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Type: Sloop ; Armament 18
Launched : 1812 ; Disposal date or year : 1819
BM: 382 tons
1812 Channel Station (Captain K. L. A. Harper).
Portsmouth 22 Sep 1812 Sailed for the Downs.
23 Sep 1812 captured the French privateer Courier.
Portsmouth 23 Sep 1812 Arrived at Spithead, from off Beachy-Head, with a French privateer.
Falmouth 10 Nov 1812 Arrived from Portsmouth ; gives instructions to the outward-bound Mediterranean and Portugal convoy.
Falmouth 17 Nov 1812 Sailed with the Mediterranean convoy, with a fine breeze, from the N. E.
17 Jun 1813 the ship's boats of the Saracen involved in an action on the island of Zapano.
12-13 Oct 1813 Bacchante and Saracen involved in actions in the region of the port of Cattaro.
5 Jan 1814 the fortress of Cattaro, in the Adriatic, surrendered to the Bacchante and Saracen,.
28 Jan 1814 the fortress of Ragusa surrendered to the Bacchante and Saracen, and British and Austrian troops besieging the fortress.
Halifax 17 Sep 1814 Arrived from Newfoundland.
20 Mar 1815, reported to be at Bermuda.
10 Jun 1816, arrived from Portsmouth, England, via Bermuda.
30 Jun 1816, arrived Halifax, from Boston.
28 Jul 1816, departed Halifax, for Bermuda.
18 Oct 1816, arrived Halifax, from Bermuda with mails from England, and from Bermuda, but the packet having left Halifax for England earlier in the day, the mails from Bermuda for England, have "missed the post" until the next packet sails.
3 Jul 1817, arrived Halifax, from Jamaica, and Bermuda, 6 days from the latter.
1 Sep 1817, arrived Halifax, the Saracen, Capt. Gore, from Bermuda.
11 Sep 1817, arrived Halifax, from Bermuda.
4 Nov 1817, arrived Halifax, from Bermuda.
13 Dec 1817, the Leander departed Halifax, for Bermuda, with the Wye, Saracen, and Opossum.
7 Feb 1818, arrived Halifax, from Bermuda, with mails.
6 May 1818, departed Halifax, for Bermuda.
Circa 20 June 1818, arrived Halifax, from New York, in 5 days.
During week ending 1 August 1818, arrived Halifax, from a cruise.
16 Oct 1818 due to depart Bermuda for England.