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Type: Cutter ;
Launched : 1806 ; Disposal date or year : 1814
N.B with 2 vessels of the same name, built around the same period and working in a similar theatre of war, it is not always possible to know which vessel is being discussed, so there is a good chance I, or the observer, may have confused one vessel with another, especially when one isn't specifically defined as either a sloop or cutter.
Yarmouth 6 Jan 1811 Was flying signals of distress from her shrouds during the gale.
Yarmouth 20 Jan 1811 Sailed for the Nore.
30 May 1811 drove on shore and burnt a French privateer, name unknown, off Rose Head.
Yarmouth 1 Oct 1811 Arrived with a smuggling vessel with 150 tubs of spirits, the crew of which had previously abandoned her.
Yarmouth 4 Dec 1811 Arrived with a schooner laden with foreign spirits.
Yarmouth 14 Dec 1811 Sailed on a cruise.
Yarmouth 2 Jan 1812 Remains.
Yarmouth circa 19 Jan 1812 Sailed to the northward.
Yarmouth 8 Aug 1813 Sailed on a cruise.
Type: Sloop ;
Launched : 1807 ; Disposal date or year : 1814
1807, Captain Acklom, employed for 6 years on the Baltic Station, during which time she captured 3 French and 3 Danish privateers.
17 Oct 1811 captured the French privateers Grand Diable and Hirondelle off Rose Head.
Yarmouth, 7 Nov 1811 notice is given to the Ranger, and other vessels that Accounts of sales of 6 prizes, with the Accounts of expences incurred by the capture of 6 vessels have been deposited in the Registry of the Court of Admiralty.