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Type: Revenue and Excise Cruiser ; Armament 14
Disposal date or year : 1817
BM: 162 tons
Complement : 40 men Notes:
13 Aug-Oct 1799 employed on expedition to Holland.
28 Aug 1799 capture of the Dutch hulks Drotchterland and Brooderschap, and the ships Helder, Venus, Minerva, and Hector, in the New Diep, in Holland.
Plymouth 4 Aug 1801 sailed for the Downs, probably to join Lord Nelson, who had collected together a squadron of small vessels which were bombarding Boulogne. (Captain Fraser).
24 Feb 1802 prize money resulting from the capture of the Dutch hulks Drotchterland and Brooderschap, and the ships Helder, Venus, Minerva, and Hector due to be paid.
17 Nov-30 Dec 1802 prize money resulting from the expedition to Holland due for payment.
May 1805 Vessel of Port of Plymouth - Cape Cornwall to Portland.
19 Mar 1817 was in action for an hour and a half with a smuggling vessel armed with 12 9-pounders and suffered 3 killed and 7 wounded. The vessel was captured, with its cargo of contraband goods, and 2 men and a boy, but the rest of the crew escaped.