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Type: Brig sloop ; Armament 16
Launched : 1805 ; Disposal date or year : 1816
Portsmouth 2 Oct 1811 Sailed with a convoy for the Downs.
Plymouth 19 Mar 1812 Is appointed to take convoy to Corunna as soon as the ships are got ready.
Plymouth 31Mar 1812 Sailed with a convoy for Corunna.
Falmouth 6 Apr 1812 Sailed for Corunna.
May - Aug 1813 Surveillante, Lyra, Royalist and Sparrow, stationed off the north coast of Spain to assist the patriots.
Plymouth 12 Jul 1813 Sailed for Corunna.
Plymouth 9 Aug 1813 Arrived from the North coast of Spain.
Falmouth 27 Nov 1813 Arrived with a convoy of transports from Passages with French prisoners on board.
Plymouth 1 Mar 1814 Arrived from a cruise.
Plymouth 19 Mar 1814 Arrived from the coast of Spain.
26-27 Mar 1814 Sparrow, Hebrus and Hannibal discovered the two French 40-gun frigates Etoile and Sultane to the north-west of the Isle de Bas, steering for Saint-Malo, in thick weather, and sailed in chase, the Hannibal after the Sultane, which she soon captured, and Hebrus and Sparrow after the Etoile, who eventually lowered her flag to the Hebrus.
Plymouth 14 May 1814 Arrived from Basque roads, with English prisoners of war on board.
Deal 29 May 1814 Sailed for Boulogne.
Portsmouth 17 Jul 1814 Sailed with a convoy for Spain and Portugal and the Mediterranean ; but they are at anchor again in Cowes roads.
Portsmouth 21 Jul 1814 Sailed for Yarmouth Roads with the convoy for Spain, Portugal and the Mediterranean.
Gibraltar 13 Jan 1815 Remains.
Portsmouth 24 Oct 1815 Arrived from the Mediterranean.
Portsmouth 1 Nov 1815 Sailed to the Eastward to be paid off.
Navy Office 19 Jul 1816 Lying at Deptford ; offered for sale for 31 Jul 1816.
Deptford 18 Sep 1816 Put up for sale at auction at £1000, but bidding stopped at £740.