Built in 1809, Upnor (Cruizer class).
Broken up in 1836.
- 1811 Joseph PEARCE, Oporto.
- 1812 Ditto, Baltic.
- 1814 Ditto, America.
On the 28 May he captured the American privateer schooner DIOMEDE off Sable Island. She mounted three long 12-pounders and two long sixes and carried 66 men.
At the end of August 1814 he joined Rear-Ad. Griffith's squadron off Penobscob Bay, Maine, with the news that an American frigate, ADAMS, had entered the river and moved upstream.
A few days later a small British flotilla sailed up the river and forced the Americans to burn their ship and surrender the town of Bangor.
- 1815 H. E.NAPIER, 06/1814 to 08/1815, America.
He was succeeded by George Bennet ALLEN who moved from SCYLLA on 22/08/1815.
- 1816 Ditto, Spithead.
- 1817 Houston STEWART, Robert FELIX, 06/1817, Jamaica.
- 1817-18 Norwich DUFF, 09/1817, Jamaica and the Spanish Main.
Paid off at Portsmouth on 11 August 1818.
- 1830-22 Portsmouth.
- 1824 James MONTAGUE, 04/1823, Halifax.
- 1825 William WEBB, 07/1824, Halifax.
- 1827 Fred. T. Michell, 12/1826, Mediterranean.
He was off Tenedos near the Dardanelles in September 1827 and reported that Greek brigs-of-war and schooners were plundering the islands and begging provisions from every vessel they met.
An English brig, the SULTAN of Yarmouth, commanded by Capt. Rees, had been taking in cargo on the coast about 8 miles S. S.E.
of Tenedos when the schooner CALYPSO begged two bags of bread off her.
- June 1831-, Portsmouth.