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Seagull, 1795
Type: Brig Sloop ; Armament 18
Launched : 1795 ; Disposal date or year : 1805
Disposal Details : reputedly on a cruise in company with the hired vessell Mary when both foundered with the loss of both crews : exact date unknown. Captain Henry Burke

May 1797 Nautilus and others captured the French privateer Adolph.

23 Jul 1797 King George and Seagull captured the French privateer Captain Thurot near Christiansand.

16 Mar 1798 Seagull and Telemachus captured the French privateer Sophie in the Channel.

20 Mar 1799, Plymouth, arrived two American captains, prisoners on board the French privateer Hirondelle, 16 guns, 67 men, from Nantz, captured North of Isle Bas, by the Telegraph hired brig of 16 guns and 50 men, Lieutenant Worth. One of the Americans is recaptured by the Seagull sloop of war.

11 Apr 1799, Plymouth, arrived from a cruise : she was drove into the Bay by the late severe gales of wind at east. Saw Lord Bridport's fleet all well on Sunday last.

12 Apr 1799, Plymouth, orders came down this day for the Boadicea, and Seagull, to take on board 183 French prisoners for Portsmouth, from the Ethalion and Spitfire.

7 May 1799, in Hamoaze.

24 Nov 1799, Plymouth, arrived from a cruise.

30 Nov 1799, Plymouth, sailed for Jersey.

9 Jan 1800, Plymouth, arrived from Guernsey.

25 Mar 1800, Plymouth, sailed with the Fisgard, Cynthia and Brilliant, with a convoy from Lisbon fleet for the Downs.

28 Apr 1800, Plymouth, arrived from a cruise.

28 May 1800, Plymouth, arrived with the Terpsichore from a cruise.

30 May 1800, Plymouth, arrived from a cruise.

30 Aug 1800, Plymouth, came in from a cruise.

30 Sep 1800, Portsmouth, arrived with the Pique and the Howard transport under convoy from Plymouth.

28 Nov 1800, Portsmouth, taken in into dock.

19 Dec 1800, Portsmouth, sailed with the Rambler, on a cruise, but a contrary wind caused them to return.

27 Dec 1800, Portsmouth, sailed for Jersey.

14-26 Aug 1803 the capture of the EIC ship Lord Nelson by the French privateer Bellone and subsequent attempts to re-take her by an English cutter-privateer ; brig-sloop Seagull and her recovery by the 74s Colossus and Tonnant.

May 1805 Missing