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NameBantererExplanation
TypeGunboat   
Launched29 September 1855
HullWooden
PropulsionScrew
Builders measure232 tons
Displacement 
Guns4
Fate1872
ClassAlbacore
Ships bookADM 135/37
Note1859.06.28 sunk Peiho and later salvaged
Snippets concerning this vessels career
DateEvent
24 December 1855Commanded by Lieutenant commander Edward Hardinge
1856Commanded by Lieutenant commander James Hawkins Whitshed
(14 December 1857)Commanded by Lieutenant commander Bedford Clapperton Tryvellion Pim, China (including 2nd Anglo-Chinese War)
10 February 1858
- 28 June 1859
Commanded by Lieutenant commander John Jenkins, China (until wrecked during unsuccessful attack on the Peiho forts during the 2nd Anglo-Chinese War)
20 July 1860Commanded by Lieutenant commander Edward Bond Harrison Franklin, East Indies and China
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