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Type: ; Armament 26
Launched : 1814 ; Disposal date or year : 1831
Sheerness 12 Nov 1814 Is ready for service.
Portsmouth 23 Nov 1814 Arrived for the River.
Portsmouth 25 Dec 1814 Sailed for Plymouth.
5 Mar 1815 arrived Halifax, N.S., from Plymouth, with despatches for Sir John Sherbrooke.
16 Mar 1815 departed Halifax, possibly with the Kangaroo and Arab, and possibly escorting the two transports Hope and Union, with American prisoners for Salem, who all sailed the same day ?
Portsmouth circa 28 Feb 1816 Arrived from the Cape of Good Hope.
21 Apr 1817, departed Portsmouth, for St. John's, Newfoundland.
20 May 1817, arrived St. John's, Newfoundland.
18 Jun 1817, arrived Halifax ?
30 Sep 1818, at St. John's, Newfoundland, Lt. Hector Munroe Fenton, RN, drowned.
13 Jul 1819 Went ashore in a thick fog on Barge-point, in the straits of Bellisle, coast of Labrador, and was eventually got off after the ship was lightened.
Cadiz 20 Nov 1819 Arrived from Newfoundland with a small convoy.
Cadiz 22 Nov 1819 Sailed for England.
Portsmouth circa 1 Dec 1819 Arrived from Newfoundland, last from Cadiz, where fever had been raging for some months. Was released from quarantine on Wednesday and has come into the harbour to be paid off, all standing.
Havannah 22nd Jul 1820 reported to be loading specie before proceeding to Jamaica.
27 Nov 1821 Is in commission and based in the West Indies.
Havannah 5 May 1823 It is reported that the boats of the Tamar, with the Lion and Union tenders, had recently destroyed three piratical vessels.
1824 - 1826 Burmese War - medal awarded to surviving officers, seamen, and marines - "India, No. 1" that decoration, with clasp for "Ava"). See p. 250 at www.archive.org/details/royalnavyhistory06clow.
Bombay 4 May 1825 Sailed for Trincomalee.
6 Jan 1827 Employed in the East Indies.