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Type: Brig sloop ; 18
Launched : 1808 ; Disposal date or year : 1830
Portsmouth 14 Jan 1810 Sailed with the West-India convoy.
24 Oct 1812 captured a U.S. privateer, the 7 gun schooner Yankee, with 11 men.
6 Feb 1813 captured a U.S. privateer, the 16 gun ship John, with 100 men.
Crookhaven 27 Dec 1813 Arrived with a convoy from the Leeward Islands.
Falmouth 4 Jan 1814 Arrived from St. Thomas.
Portsmouth 18 Jan 1814 Arrived from the Eastward.
Portsmouth 29 May 1814 appointed convoy for ships for Halifax, N.S., and associated ports.
22 Jul 1814, arrived Halifax, from Portsmouth.
26 Aug 1814 Dragon, Endymion, Bacchante, Sylph and 10 transports with troops, sailed from Halifax, Nova-Scotia, for the river Penobscot. The expedition was joined on the 31st, off the Metinicus islands, by the Bulwark, Tenedos, Rifleman and Peruvian.
1-3 Sep 1814 the fleet came to anchor off the fort and town of Castine and on the 2nd the Peruvian, Sylph and ships' boats headed up the up the Penobscot looking for the frigate Adams, at Hamden, which was set on fire by the defending US forces before they escaped inland.
19 Oct 1814, arrived Halifax, with a convoy of transports from Penobscot.
Portsmouth 22 Jul 1815 Arrived.
Deal 26 Jul 1815 Arrived from Portsmouth.
Plymouth 31 Jul 1815 Arrived from a cruise.