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Type: Revenue cruiser ;
7 Mar 1807, when in company with the Excise cutter Lively, were fired on by the crew of a smuggling lugger in Fclkstone Roads. See www.london-gazette.co.uk/issues/16011/pages/343
Yarmouth 25 May 1811 Arrived with a smuggling vessel, laden with spirits, captured off the North Foreland.
Yarmouth 15 May 1814 Has captured a smuggling sloop.
Portsmouth 1 Mar 1829 Detained the sloop Eclipse of Yarmouth, Isle of Wight, off the Needles, with 150 tubs of spirits on board.
Portsmouth 16 Mar 1829 Has detained the Eclipse of Yarmouth, for flashing lights, or otherwise making signals to the shore, for which offence two of the crew have been committed to Winchester gaol.
Poole 16 Jan 1833 Detained a suspicious-looking vessel, which was found to contain contraband spirits, which has been brought in here.
1 Aug 1842 based at Swanage, Lt. Rt. Butcher, apptd. 27 Mar 1840.
NB I have no knowledge regarding when vessels were built or broken up for the Revenue Service, so these notes may well cover one or more vessels.