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NameAdviceExplanation
TypePacket   
AcquiredApril 1837
HullWooden
PropulsionPaddle
Builders measure197 tons
Displacement 
Guns1
Fate1870
Class 
Ships bookADM 135/5
Note1827 launched.
Transferred from Post Office, ex-Vixen.
1849 tug
Snippets concerning this vessels career
DateEvent
(January 1840)In commission at Pembroke
11 February 1840Commanded by Lieutenant commander Abraham Darby, Pembroke
26 January 1843
- August 1848
Commanded by Lieutenant commander Charles Adolphus Petch, Pembroke (for Waterford mail service)
(27 August 1855)Commanded by Second Master T.H. Laity, tender, Cork
1 July 1856Commanded by 2nd Master Michael C. Raymond, Queenstown, tender to Sans Pareil
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