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Type: Gun boat; Armament ??
Purchased : 1794 ; Disposal date or year : Fate unknown
2 Feb 1794 Vice-admiral Sir John Jervis sailed from Barbadoes with a fleet, including the Zebra, for Martinique. Seamen from many of the ships played an important role in moving heavy guns over difficult terrain and in the various assaults required to subdue the Island. Elements from the fleet then went on to take Sainte-Lucie, Guadeloupe, and other islands, in subsequent months.
March and April 1794, operations at the Islands of Martinique, St. Lucia, and Guadaloupe.
1 - 2 May 1800 prize money resulting from the operations at the Islands of Martinique, St. Lucia, and Guadaloupe due for payment. www.london-gazette.co.uk/issues/15245/pages/339
Type: Gun Vessel; Armament 12
Launched : May 1794 ; Disposal date or year : 1802
8 Jul 1800, Portsmouth, sailed the Tickler gun-vessel, to join the Channel fleet.
Circa 12 Mar 1801 the fleet under Admiral Sir Hyde Parker sailed from Yarmouth roads for Copenhagen. Circa 21 Mar 1801 parted company, by signal, to take the Tickler gun-brig in tow, experiencing extreme weather conditions in the process.
Type: Colonial gun-boat ; Armament 1
9 May 1798 defence of Belize, Honduras, by the Merlin, Captain John Ralph Moss, and an assortment of colonial gun-boats, manned by merchant service and local army personnel ; sloop-rigged, with one long 18 pounder, and 25 men each.