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NameAlbanExplanation
TypeGunvessel   
Launched27 December 1826
HullWooden
PropulsionPaddle
Builders measure295 tons
Displacement 
Guns2
Fate1860
Class 
Ships book
Note1831 rebuilt 407 bm
Snippets concerning this vessels career
DateEvent
27 November 1832Commanded by Lieutenant commander Andrew Kennedy, Falmouth packet
17 November 1834
- July 1835
Commanded by Lieutenant commander Justus Peter Roepel, Mediterranean
17 June 1836Commanded by Lieutenant commander Edward Burnaby Tinling, West Indies
(January 1840)Out of commission at Woolwich
8 March 1843Commanded by Lieutenant commander John Jeayes, Woolwich
25 February 1854Commanded by Commander Henry Charles Otter, the Baltic during the Russian War
1 January 1855Commanded by Commander Lacon Usher Hammett, Woolwich
12 March 1855Commanded by Lieutenant commander William Edward Fisher, Sheerness
19 May 1856Commanded by Lieutenant commander William Barnard De Blaquiere, Portsmouth
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