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Type: Gun brig ; Armament 12
Taken back from the French : 24 Aug 1811 ; Disposal date or year : 1815
See previous record, for record prior to being taken by the French.
24 Aug 1811 Diana, and Semiramis, in the mouth of the Gironde, re-captured the French (late British) gun-brig Teazer and destroyed the brig-corvette Pluvier, whilst the ships' boats captured their convoy.
Plymouth Dock 11 Sep 1811 Sent in a French brig, prize.
Plymouth Dock 9 Nov 1811 Is to be got ready for sea.
Plymouth 10 Aug 1812 Arrived from the westward, said to be from Lisbon.
Portsmouth 21 Oct 1812 Sailed on a cruise.
Plymouth 26 Feb 1813 Arrived from a cruise.
Plymouth 6 Jun 1813 Sailed from Cawsand Bay to blockade Brest.
Cork 10 Mar 1814 Sailed with a convoy for Spain, Portugal, and the Mediterranean.
Plymouth 16 Apr 1814 Arrived from Cork.
Cork 31 May 1814 Arrived from a cruise.
Cork 20 Sep 1814 Detained with a convoy of transports for England, by contrary winds.
Cork 26 Sep 1814 Remains with her convoy due to contrary winds.
Cork 7 Nov 1814 Arrived from Carlingford with a convoy of empty transports.
Portsmouth 23 Dec 1814 Arrived from the Downs.
Portsmouth 28 Dec 1814 Came into harbour.