Type: Sloop ; Armament 18
Launched : 1809 ; Disposal date or year : 1846
Plymouth 28 Feb 1811 Arrived from a cruise.
8 May 1811 off the isle of Bas, chased and captured the French gun brig Canonnier and one of her convoy, the remainder running themselves ashore.
22 Aug 1811 spoke with and sent a Lieutenant on board the packet Swallow at Lat 45:30 – Long 11:37.
Plymouth Dock 19 Sep 1811 Arrived from a cruise off Scilly.
Plymouth 7 Nov 1811 Arrived from a cruise.
Plymouth 9 Nov 1811 Arrived from a cruise.
Plymouth 1 Jan 1812 Sent in the Fly, American schooner, bound from Havre de Grace to America.
Plymouth 23 Mar 1812 arrived from a cruise.
Plymouth 18 May 1812 Arrived from a cruise.
Plymouth 14 Jul 1812 Sailed to the westward.
Portsmouth 23 Jul 1812 Arrived from a cruise in the Channel.
Plymouth 28 Jul 1812 Sailed on a cruise in the Channel.
Falmouth 20 Oct 1812 Put back with a part of her convoy, having parted from rest of the convoy under the Seaflower, which sailed the 14th inst.
Falmouth 4 Nov 1812 Remains with her convoy.
Plymouth 30 Dec 1812 Arrived with a convoy from Scilly.
Plymouth Dock 31 Dec 1812 Came up to Hamoaze to refit.
Plymouth 9 Jan 1813 Sailed.
Falmouth 27 Feb 1813 Arrived from the Eastward.
Plymouth 22 May 1813 Arrived from a cruise.
Plymouth 8 Sep 1813 Arrived from a cruise.
Plymouth 11 Sep 1813 Sailed.
Plymouth 27 Sep 1813 Sailed on a cruise.
18-21 Oct 1813 Scylla and Royalist, joined later by the Rippon, capture the Franco-Batavian 40-gun frigate Weser.
Plymouth 30 Oct 1813 Arrived from Falmouth, with the French frigate Weser.
Plymouth 15 Nov 1813 Sailed with a convoy for Portsmouth and the Downs.
Portsmouth 17 Nov 1813 Arrived from Plymouth.
Falmouth 4 Jan 1814 Arrived with a convoy of transports from Passages, last from Scilly.
Plymouth 24 Jan 1814 Came in from Dartmouth.
Plymouth 27 Oct 1814 Sailed on a cruise.
Cork 29 Oct 1814 Arrived from Plymouth with convoy.
Falmouth 11 Nov 1814 Arrived from the Downs.
Falmouth 20 Nov 1814 Sailed on a cruise.
Plymouth 19 Dec 1814 Came in from a cruise.
Plymouth 16 Sep 1815 Arrived from a cruise.
Devonport 14 Oct 1824 Remains.
Circa Aug 1825 at Jamaica and reported to be healthy.
Jamaica 19 Apr 1828 Refitting at Port Royal.
6 Jan 1827 Employed in the West Indies.
Jamaica 30 Jan 1828 Sailed for Tampico.
Tampico 11 Apr 1828 Sailed for Havannah.
Havannah 25 Apr 1828 Sailed for Nassau.
Nassau, New Providence 27 May 1828 Sailed for England.
Portsmouth 18 Jun 1828 Arrived from the West Indies with specie. During her 3 years on the station she has been employed suppressing piracy and the slave trade.
Jul 1830 Mediterranean Station.
5 Oct 1832 at Napoli.
Malta 27 Feb 1833 Arrived from Nauplia.
Vourla Bay 23 Nov 1833 Refitting.
Vourla Bay 4 Dec 1833 On detached service from this place.
Malta 6 Jan 1834 Sailed for Portsmouth.
Portsmouth 22 Feb 1834 Arrived from Malta (6 Jan). On her passage home she called at Tripoli (11 Jan), Tunis (19), Algiers (28), and Gibraltar (4 Feb).
Chatham 22 Nov 1834 Has been commissioned.
16 Feb 1835 is reported to be departing Sheerness today.
Port Royal 19 Jul 1835 expected from Chagres.
2 Aug 1835 is reported to be at Jamaica.
25 Mar 1836 arrived from Bermuda (6th) with despatches and is reported to be very leaky.
Sheerness 25 Jun 1836 was due to be commissioned here today.
San Sebastian 21 May 1837 was reported to be at Portugalette.
25 Nov 1838 salvaged the cargo of the Experiment, of Bristol, wrecked on this date. 7 Feb 1840 Salvage monies due, about to be distributed, can be viewed in the Registry of the High Court of Admiralty.
15 Dec 1840 salvage received from the owners of the brig Jane wrecked off the Bar of Oporto 7 - 11 Oct 1837.
10 Sep 1841, Plymouth, ordered to be brought forward as surveying vessel for Torres Straits. 25 Sep 1841, has been commissioned at Plymouth, for surveying duties in Tomes Straits. 12 Nov 1841, Plymouth, was undocked.