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Type: Revenue cruiser ;
Jul 1830 Revenue Vessel - Ireland
30 Aug 1830 it is reported that a court of inquiry held upon Lieutenant McGladdery [of the Coastguard], at Islandmore, Co. Mayo, and Lieutenant Hudson of the Skylark, has honourably acquitted both officers.
17 Oct 1840 Coast Guard Lieutenant Ross Connor, appointed to Skylark. 8 Oct 1841, Ryde, sailed to the Needles and raced other cruisers to Weymouth. 10 Oct 1841, returned to Ryde in a SW gale. 1 Aug 1842 based at Milford, Wm. Johnson, apptd. date unkown.
20 Dec 1848 Revenue Vessel.
22 Feb 1871 arrived at Plymouth from Portland and sailed again for the Scilly Isles.
I have no knowledge as to when the various revenue cruisers were built or replaced, so the above more than likely reflects the movements of more than one vessel.