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Type: Brig-sloop ; Armament 14
Launched : 1810 ; Disposal date or year : 1817
Yarmouth 20 Jan 1811 Sailed for the Nore.
Yarmouth 23 Apr 1811 Sailed on a cruise.
Yarmouth 28 Jul 1811 Arrived.
Yarmouth 15 Sep 1811 Arrived from a cruise.
Yarmouth 29 Sep 1811 Sailed on a cruise.
Yarmouth 6 Feb 1812 Sailed on a cruise.
Yarmouth 15 Oct 1812 Arrived from the westward.
Yarmouth 18 Oct 1812 Sailed with Heligoland convoy.
Sheerness 15 Apr 1813 Sailed with convoy for the Baltic.
Yarmouth 20 Apr 1813 On account of an unfavourable wind has returned with her convoy to their former anchorage.
15 Jun 1813 departed Yarmouth, on a cruize.
28 Jun 1813 departed Hull Wednesday with a convoy for the Baltic from the Humber.
22 Jul 1813 arrived Yarmouth, with a Danish prize.
3 Sep 1813, departed Yarmouth, on a cruise.
28 Sep 1813, arrived Yarmouth, from a cruise off the Texel.
4 Nov 1813, Yarmouth, will take transports with foreign troops, lying in these roads, arrived from the Baltic, to Portsmouth.
7 Nov 1813 Remains Yarmouth.
12 Mar 1814 departed Yarmouth, on a cruise.
15 May 1814, Yarmouth, having sprung her bowsprit and fore-top mast, is put back to refit.
14 Sep 1814 departed Portsmouth, for Plymouth.
17 Sep 1814 arrived Plymouth, from Portsmouth.
24 Mar 1816, arrived Halifax, in 10 days from Bermuda.
22 Apr 1816, departed Halifax, for Bermuda.
In the Acadian Recorder newspaper of 1 June 1816 the Portia is reported to have detained and sent into Shelburne, N.B., several American fishing vessels, in pursuance of the instructions given by Lord Bathurst, of 17 Jun 1815, which prohibit their taking fish in the bays &c., of these Provinces.
11 Jun 1816, arrived Halifax, from the Westward.
9 Jul 1816, arrived Halifax, from Shelburne, N.B.
16 Jul 1816, departed Halifax, for England.