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Built by:Wigram, Perry, Wells & Green at Blackwall.
Yard No.138
Launched:7th February 1808
Depth:9' 2"
Built of:
Built for:H. M. Government.
Other info:Armament. 10 guns.
Cost to build £3,761 + £158 extra.
History:10th January 1810. Boarded and captured the French lugger-privateer ‘Aimable-Nelly’ from within Dieppe harbour.
12th January 1810. Sent into Dover the French privateer, taken off Dieppe.
13th January 1812. Arrived at Edinburgh from a cruise.
13th May 1813. Sailed with a convoy from Leith Roads for Gottenburgh.
29th July 1813. Arrived at Leith from a cruise, with a Danish sloop.
23rd August 1813. Arrived at Leith with a Hamburgh Greenland ship, her prize, with four fish.
22nd November 1813. Sailed from Sheerness with a convoy for Heligoland.
27th November 1821. Still in commission and based at Leith.
1828. Disposed of.

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