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Type: Cutter ; Armament 4
Launched : 20 May 1830 ; Disposal date or year : 1866
BM: 116 tons
Jul 1830 Tender to Dryad, at Portsmouth.
Sierra Leone 2 Dec 1830 sailed for a cruise in search of slave ships off Gallinas.
19 Apr 1931 arrived with the Atholl, and Medina, at Prince's Island from Fernando Po where they join the Dryad and her other tenders, the Fair Rosamond and Black Joke. It is reported that a seaman is seriously ill from fever contracted at Fernando Po.
Portsmouth 25 Jul 1832 Arrived from the coast of Africa.
Portsmouth 4 Aug 1832 has been brought in from Spithead and is being dismantled in preparation for being laid up in Ordinary.
10 Dec 1832 sailed for Lisbon.
2 Feb 1833 Portsmouth.
25 Feb 1833 left Portsmouth for Lisbon.
8 Jun - 6 Jul 1833 Portsmouth.
7 Sep 1833 at St. Helen's.
12 Sep 1833 arrived Portsmouth from a cruise.
3 Nov 1833 arrived Portsmouth from Jersey.
23 Nov 1833 Portsmouth.
Portsmouth 23 Nov 1833 Sailed on a cruise.
Portsmouth 2 Dec 1833 Sailed for Lisbon.
Portsmouth 14 Dec - 21 Dec 1833 In Harbour.
Falmouth 28 Jan 1834 Sailed for Portugal.
Portsmouth 11 Mar 1834 Sailed to the Channel Islands to protect the oyster fisheries at Guernsey and Jersey.
Portsmouth 28 Jun 1834 Sailed on a cruise.
17 Jan 1835 in harbour at Portsmouth
12 Feb 1835 sailed from Portsmouth to the Channel Isles to protect the Oyster fisheries.
Portsmouth 6 Jun 1835 arrived from Jersey on Wednesday, with her tender the Duchess of York.
Portsmouth 27 Jun 1835 sailed today to cruise off Brighton.
Portsmouth 29 Aug 1835 it is reported that she has been ordered to return here from Sunderland, to be paid-off and re-commissioned.
15 Aug 1835 has been transferred from the Portsmouth to the Sheerness station.
Portsmouth 26 Dec 1835 sailed Friday to Falmouth, for mail, and thence to Lisbon.
Portsmouth 23 Jan 1836 sailed Tuesday on a cruise, returning to the Motherbank Thursday.
Portsmouth 9 Apr 1836 is reported to have recently captured the Diana smuggling vessel off the Channel Isles, with tobacco on board.
Portsmouth 4 Jun 1836 the Seaflower and her tender, the Cracker, have returned from the Channel Isles, following the end of the oyster fishing season.
Portsmouth 1 Sep 1837 sailed for the Channel Isles to protect the oyster fisheries.
23 Jun 1839 Portsmouth arrived on Wednesday from Jersey. 26 Dec 1840 Clerk Cornelius Dealy, of the Seaflower, promoted to the rank of purser. 20 Jan 1841 Portsmouth, The Cracker, tender, Mr. Hogge master, is to return to Jersey in a few days with provisions and stores for the cutter Seaflower, stationed there for the protection of the fishery. 19 Jun 1841, Portsmouth, arrived this morning from Jersey, to refit. 2 Jul 1841, Portsmouth, sailed for Jersey. 28 Aug 1841, Mate W. H. Hood appointed to the Seaflower. 27 Nov 1841, Second Master H. Davis, of the Seaflower, promoted to Master. 11 Dec 1841, Second Master ----- Havis of the Seaflower, promoted to Master. 20 Dec 1848 Tender to Cuckoo at Portsmouth.