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Type: 5th rate ; Armament 38
Launched : 1807 ; Disposal date or year : 26 Feb 1815
Disposal Details : Wrecked on a sunken rock, off the isle of Cuba: crew saved. Captain Speelman Swaine
28 Jul 1809 a part of a large fleet which sailed from the Downs, with troops, with the aim of demolishing the dock-yards, and arsenals at Antwerp, Terneuse, and Flushing, often known as the ill-fated Walcheren Expedition. 11 Aug a part of a squadron of frigates to sound and buoy the Baerlandt channel.
17-18 May 1809 Goldfinch chased and engaged the French corvette Mouche, which broke-off the engagement : 21st Mouche engaged the British hired armed lugger Black-Joke and then stood away for the harbour of San-Andero. 10 Jun., Mouche, with a French gun-brig and schooner were captured by the British 38-gun frigates Amelia and Statira.
12 Aug 1810, at St. Pierre, Martinique, with the flag of Sir Alex. Cochrane flying. The troops ashore are reported to be sickly at this time of the year.
Mid 1812 chased by a US squadron under Commodore Rodgers.
11 Aug 1812 the Statira and Colibri captured a U.S. privateer, the single gun schooner Buckskin, with 32 men, off Cape Sable.
Bermuda 4 Jan 1813 Sailed with a convoy.
8 Feb 1813 Boats of the Maidstone, Belvidera, Junon and Statira at anchor in Lynhaven bay detached in chase of and captured the schooner Lottery, of 225 tons, and pierced for 16 guns, which afterwards became the Canso in the British service.
Mar 1813 the armed US schooners Arab, Lynx, Racer and Dolphin escaped into the river Rappahannock on sighting a British squadron. The ships' boats were sent in, resulting in the capture of all 4. The Racer and Lynx, as Shelburne and Musquedobit, were afterwards added to the Navy List.
1 Jun 1813 the Statira, Spartan and Martin captured the American brig Valador. 1 Jun 1813 captured the Brig Fanny. Circa 2 Jun 1813 the Statira, Spartan and Martin captured the Seven coasting vessels. Circa 2 Jun 1813 the Statira, Spartan and Martin captured the American sloops Express, Dispatch, Betsey, Caroline, Priscilla, Morning Star, Sally, Sarah, Ploughboy, and George, brig Commerce, and Portuguese brig Flora. 3 Jun 1813 the Statira, Spartan and Martin captured the American brig Fanny. 4 Jun 1813 the Statira, Spartan and Martin captured the Portuguese brig Carlotta. 5 Jun 1813 the Statira, Spartan and Martin captured the Portuguese brig Flor de Lisbon. 6 Jun 1813 the Statira, Spartan and Martin captured the American brig Hetty. 7 Jun 1813 the Statira, Spartan and Martin re-captured the American brig Hero and American schooner Bella. 10 Jun 1813 the Statira, Spartan and Martin captured the Spanish schooner El Carmin. 14 Jun 1813 the Statira and Martin captured the Ship Gustoff. 15 Jun 1813 the Statira, Spartan and Martin captured the American schooner Farmer. 17 Jun 1813 the Statira, Spartan and Martin captured the American schooner, name unknown. 20 Jun 1813 the Spartan departed for Halifax with a number of the prizes, leaving the Statira and Martin off Delaware.
26 Jun 1813 the Statira and Martin captured the American ship Carl Gustaff and schooner Good Intent. 1-2 Jul 1813 the Statira and Martin captured 2 American sloop, name unknown and the sloop Commerce : all destroyed. 22 Jul 1813 arrived Halifax from Chesapeake.
13 Aug 1813 captured the Schooner Pelly. 24 Aug 1813 captured the Schooner Espoz y Mina. 1 Sep 1813 captured the barque Divina Pastora, from Havana to New York with a mixed cargo, arrived Halifax 9 Sep 1813. 7 Oct 1813, the Nymphe and Statira arrived Halifax, from a cruise.
23 Oct 1813, at Halifax, the Purser, Thomas Godfrey, married Sophia Ann, d/o Mr Wm. Minnis.
29 Oct 1813, departed Halifax.
Portsmouth 13 Jul 1814 arrived from Jamaica, last from the Clyde, with West-Indiamen.
Portsmouth 16 Oct 1814 Went out of harbour.
Portsmouth 25 Oct 1814 Is appointed convoy to North America.
Portsmouth 1 Nov 1814 Sailed for America.