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Type: Brig-sloop ; Armament 10
Launched : 12 Oct 1829 ; Disposal date or year : 1864
BM: 231 tons
Jul 1830 Plymouth.
Portsmouth 30 Apr 1836 the Partridge is now reported to be a tender to the Royal Yacht Royal George, to replace the Pantaloon.
Portsmouth 9 Jul 1836 arrived from Plymouth with seamen for the Bellerophon and Pembroke.
Portsmouth 8 Oct 1836 arrived Plymouth from Cork (27 Sep), with the Vanguard, Partridge and Emerald, from a cruise with the Experimental Squadron. Was due to sail again on trials on Friday.
Lisbon 29 Oct 1836 in the Tagus.
Lisbon 16 Nov 1836 sailed to cruise off the Algarve
Lisbon circa 24 Dec 1836 arrived from Cadiz and sailed for Plymouth.
Lisbon 19 Feb 1837 arrived from Falmouth with mail.
Lisbon 8 May 1837 arrived from Falmouth with mail of the 29th ult.
Portsmouth 14 Jul 1837 will sail shortly for the coast of Senegal to protect British shipping.
Plymouth 25 Oct 1837 arrived from the Gambia where the Partridge, Hazard and Childers had been protecting the gum trade and attempting to improve relations with the local tribal chiefs.
Per a report made to Parliament in 1842, at some time during 1839 the Brig Partridge, 10 guns, Complement: 50, was involved in combatting the Slave Trade.
22 Jun 1840 arrived at Bahia from Rio. 13 Oct 1840 sailed from Pernambuco. 14 Nov 1840, arrived at Rio Janeiro, from a cruise. 31 Dec 1840 the Fawn and Partridge detained the slave vessel Asseiceira, which was sent for adjudication to the British and Brazilian Mixed Court of Commission, Rio de Janeiro, and on 8 Mar 1841 sentenced to be condemned.
Circa 3 Jan 1841, at Rio Janeiro. 1 Apr 1841, sailed for Rio Plata. 23 Apr 1841, sailed from Buenos Ayres for Monte Video. 6 Jun 1841, at Rio Janeiro. 22 Jun 1841, at Rio Janeiro. 31 Jul 1841, Second Master Mr. Diaper, of the Atholl, appointed to the Partridge. Second Master Mr. Symonds, of the Partridge, appointed to the Pique. 15 Aug 1841, left Bahia for Rio 6 Feb 1842 detained the slave vessel St. Antonio, which was sent for adjudication to the Vice-Admiralty Court at Sierra Leone and sentenced to be condemned.
20 Dec 1848 Coast Guard, Southampton.
1860 Coast Guard Service, Southampton.
1861-62 Coastguard watch vessel, per Parliamentary estimates etc.