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Type: Floating battery ; Armament ?
Launched : ? ; Disposal date or year : 11 Apr 1794
Disposal Details : Destroyed by the fire from the French batteries at Bastia. Capt. Walter Serocold.
Type: 5th Rate ; Armament 32
Captured : 1796 ; Disposal date or year : 4 Sep 1801
Disposal Details : Wrecked on St. Martin's in the West Indies.
13 Aug-Oct 1799 employed on expedition to Holland.
23 Jun 1800 a court martial was held on board the Proselyte, in Sheerness harbour, on a seaman, James Mahoney, of the Veteran, for mutiny, seditious expressions and insolence. The charges were proved, but being of excellent character the prisoner was only to receive 200 lashes. (please note I don't have an irony alert !)
21 Jul 1800, Portsmouth, arrived the Syren, from cruising off Havre de Grace, having been relieved by the Proselyte.
13 Aug 1800, Portsmouth, arrived the Triton, -, from Havre, laden with mahogany, prize to the Proselyte.
8 Sep 1800, Portsmouth, arrived the Proselyte, from Havre, having been relieved by L'Oiseau.
15 Oct 1800, Portsmouth, sailed with the Castor for Jersey.
19 Oct 1800, captured the Victor Natalie, a small French cutter, from Dieppe bound to Concalle, in ballast.
22 Dec 1800, Portsmouth, arrived from cruising off Havre de Grace.
17 Nov-30 Dec 1802 prize money resulting from the expedition to Holland due for payment.