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Type: Revenue Cruiser ; Armament 12
Circa 1 Sep 1816 under the command of Wm. Johnson, based on the Portsmouth Station, and responsible to the English Board.
Portsmouth 6 Jan 1821 arrived from a cruise off Dungeness with the loss of bowsprit in the recent gales.
Weymouth 10 Nov 1825 It has been blowing a tremendous gale from the N.E., the whole night. There are two schooners and five fore-and-aft vessels on shore near Portland Castle. The gale continues with unabated fury ; about 20 sail got under weigh at the first start of the gale and bore away to the westward. The only vessels now riding in Portland Roads are the Rose, revenue cutter, the Royal Louis, from Guadaloupe for Havre. The Union, Swatridge, from London for Topsham, and the Effort, Pitt, are on the rocks at the entrance of the harbour. The Hinchinbrook, Post office packet, which arrived yesterday from Guernsey and Jersey, lies in a dangerous situation at the mouth of the harbour.
Jul 1830 Revenue Vessel - England.
1 Sep 1838 John McChonochy apptd. in command of the Rose, based at Yarmouth, Isle of Wight.
8 Oct 1841 Ryde, departed to the Needles and raced other cruisers to Weymouth. 10 Oct 1841 returned to Ryde in a SW gale. 1 Aug 1842 based at Yarmouth, IoW, John McChonochy, still in command.
20 Dec 1848 Revenue Vessel.
NB I have no knowledge regarding when vessels were built or broken up for the Revenue Service, so these notes may well cover one or more vessels.