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Type: Revenue Cutter ; Armament ?
Launched : ? ;
13 Apr 1803 arrived Plymouth the Ranger, Busy, Renown, Hinde, and Eagle, cutters, from a cruise, with impressed men ; the Eagle has gone into quarantine, having taken 2 men out of the Cultivator, recently arrived from Malaga.
6 Jun 1803 departed Plymouth the Eagle and Renown on a cruise.
6 Jun 1803 reports are received at Portsmouth that that the Renown excise cutter, operating in the Channel, has sent into Plymouth the Vreade, laden with sugar, cotton, coffee &c., from Surinam, prize to the Renown.
20 Jul 1803 the sloop Seagull, Capt Burke ; the Speedwell ; Eagle ; and Renown, revenue cutters, departed Plymouth with a large convoy containing, in addition to merchant vessels, 30 French and Dutch prizes for London.
10 Nov 1803 arrived Plymouth from the Eastward with men for the fleet.
10 Oct 1825 joined the Renown cutter, based at Kinsale, Chief Boatman Wm Sampson, Commd Boatmen John Briggs, from Oyster Haven and Thomas Griffiths from CGS Garnish. See ADM 175 15.
18 Oct 1825 joined the Renown cutter, based at Kinsale, Boatman Henry Matthews, from Ballyhaven. See ADM 175 15.
31 Oct 1825 joined the Renown cutter, based at Kinsale, Boatman Jas Russell, from CGS ??????. See ADM 175 15.