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Type: Schooner / Described as a Cutter when lost ; Armament 4
Launched : 1807 ; Disposal date or year : Exact date unknown 1814
Disposal Details : Foundered on the Halifax station. Commanding officer name unknown
BM: 78 tons
1806 Built at Bermuda of the pencil cedar, measure, BOM, from 75 to 78 tons ; mount four 12-pounder carronades, with a crew of 20 men and boys.
1808 a less than complimentary comment on this type of vessel, which, although built in 1806, is included by William James in the volume for 1808, presumably in the light of the experiences of those who had departed them, and the results achieved or otherwise.
10 Feb 1811 was at Bermuda when the Halifax departed for Spithead.
11 Sep 1813, on a list of vessels in the Bermuda Gazette for vessels on the North America Station, Lt. W.L. Patterson in cmd.