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Type: Hired armed schooner ; Armament 8 x 12 pdr carronades ; 2 x 3 pdr
Hired: 21 Jun 1803 ;
Disposal date or year : 12 Jun 1806
BM : 77 tons ;
23 Jun 1803 went out of Portsmouth harbour to Spithead, the hired armed schooner Charlotte, 10, Lieut Alt in command, and made a signal for a convoy and departed for the Downs.
30 Jun 1803 arrived Sheerness from the Thames and was paid today.
30 Jun 1803 arrived in the Downs later in the day and departed with a small convoy, bound for the East Indies, for Portsmouth.
1 Jul 1803 arrived at Spithead with her convoy and some additional vessels that had joined the convoy.
27 Aug 1803 arrived Spithead this morning with the sloop Marley, of Rye, laden with 600 tubs of brandy.
27 Aug 1803 later - departed Spithead with a convoy for the Downs.
25 Sep 1803 arrived Spithead from a cruise off Brighton.
14 Oct 1803 made a signal for a convoy for the Eastward.
16 Oct 1803 departed Spithead, with a convoy for the Downs.
29 Nov 1803 arrived Spithead from a cruise.
13 Dec 1803 arrived in the Downs from a cruise.
Circa 13 Feb 1804 malicious rumours were being spread at Newhaven because the Lieut Alt had failed to take action against a French privateer observed off the port, being unable to go to sea as a result of damage received by the Charlotte in the recent gales.
1 Mar 1804 departed Spithead, with a convoy for Guernsey, the schooner Charlotte.
25 May 1804 Lieut Alt has sent into the Customhouse Warehouse, at Newhaven, about 600 kegs of smuggled spirits and 50 bales of tobacco that she trawled up off-shore.