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Type: Gun-brig ; Armament 12
Launched : 17 Apr 1805 ; Disposal date or year : 1852
BM: 181 tons
May 1805 Sheerness, fitting.
Cork 24 Jan 1810 Got foul of a wreck and and was found to have suffered damage once she got off.
Cork 24 Jan 1810 departed in search of a French privateer seen off the coast near Ballycotton.
Portsmouth 23 Jan 1811 arrived from the Downs for Guernsey.
Plymouth 13 Jul 1811 arrived from Cork.
Cork 18 Sep 1811 Has arrived from Gibraltar (28 Aug).
Cork 23 Sep 1811 Dropped down to the quarantine station, off Aghada.
Cork 15 Oct 1811 arrived from Waterford, with new raised men for the fleet.
Cork 20 Oct 1811 departed.
Cork 20 Oct 1811 departed for Plymouth with new-raised men.
Plymouth 25 Oct 1811 arrived from Cork.
Plymouth 14 Nov 1811 arrived from a cruise.
Cork 26 Dec 1811 departed with a convoy of transports for Portugal.
Plymouth 1 Feb 1812 arrived with a convoy from Oporto.
Cove 13 Apr 1812 departed with convoy for Cadiz.
29 Apr 1812 respective proportions of the head-money arising from the destruction of the French privateers Le Brave and Napoleon, [per London Gazette of 20 Nov 1821].
Plymouth Dock 10 Jun 1812 arrived from Cork.
Plymouth 1 Aug 1812 arrived from Cork.
Plymouth 10 Aug 1812 Takes convoy to Cork, and will sail to-morrow morning.
Cove 9 Oct 1812 departed yesterday with a convoy for the Downs.
Plymouth Dock 31 Oct 1812 Came in to Stonehouse Pool.
Plymouth 6 Feb 1813 Detained and sent in the American ship Victress, from Galipoli, with oil, bound to London ; she has also sent in a French brig.
Portsmouth 4 Apr 1814 departed to the westward.
Plymouth 12 Apr 1814 departed with a convoy for Spain.
Plymouth 20 Mar 1815 departed to the westward.
1816 Diving vessel.
20 Dec 1848 Diving bell vessel, Bermuda.