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Type: sloop ; Armament 10
Launched : 1823 ; Disposal date or year : 1833
6 Jan 1827 Employed in the Mediterranean.
Malta 12 May 1827 Employed protecting British trade in the Archipelago, at Alexandria, and around the coasts of Syria and Caramania.
1827 the diplomatic and political situation which led the Battle of Navarin.
14 Oct 1827 state of the Allied Fleet off the Bay of Navarin and the numbers of Turkish vessels present. See also p. 256-> at www.archive.org/details/royalnavyhistory06clow.
20 Oct the Allied Fleet entered the Bay of Navarin and anchored opposite their Turkish equivalents, and shortly afterwards, following some sporadic firing, the battle became general. Numbers of allied personnel killed and wounded at the Battle of Navarin (a.k.a. Navarino), and the names of British Officers killed and wounded. Medals granted to all surviving Officers, seamen and marines (and soldiers who served as marines) per order of 7th June, 1848. † Prize Money see Sep 1834.
Malta 29 Dec 1827 Remains at Valetta.
Valletta 8 May 1828 Sailed for Corfu.
Malta 4 Jun 1828 Refitting at Valletta.
Malta 4 Jun 1828 On the coast of the Morea.
Valletta 13 Apr 1829 Sailed for England.
Portsmouth 22 May 1829 Arrived at Spithead from the Mediterranean.
Napoli di Romania 28 Oct 1829 Refitting.
Paros 5 Jan 1830 Was expected at Paros from Napoli di Romania.
6 Feb 1830 at Napoli de Romania.
9 May 1830 in the Archipelago.
31 Aug 1830 Refitting at Valletta.
11 May 1831 left Gibraltar for Naples.
18 May 1832 refitting at Gibraltar.
25 Nov 1832 at Gibraltar.
17 Apr 1833 arrived Gibraltar from Malaga.
8 Aug 1833 departed Gibraltar.
31 Aug 1833 arrived at Sheerness.
14 Sep 1833 Paid off.
Portsmouth 23 Nov 1833 sold out of the service for £690.
† 30 Sep 1834 prize money for Navarin due for payment from 1 Oct 1834 - see London Gazette of 30 Sep for for details www.gazettes-online.co.uk.