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NameFlamerExplanation
TypeGunvessel   
Launched11 August 1831
HullWooden
PropulsionPaddle
Builders measure495 tons
Displacement510 tons
Guns6
Fate1850
Class 
Ships book
Note1850.11.22 wrecked off West Africa
Snippets concerning this vessels career
DateEvent
21 November 1839
- 1842
Commanded by Lieutenant commander William Robson, West Indies
(January 1843)Out of commission at Woolwich
6 October 1843
- 12 December 1845
Commanded by Lieutenant commander Charles James Postle, Mediterranean
12 December 1845
- 17 August 1846
Commanded by Commander Charles James Postle, Mediterranean
28 December 1845Commanded by Lieutenant commander George Lavie, Mediterranean
9 November 1846Commanded by Commander George Lavie, Mediterranean
10 August 1850
- 22 November 1850
Commanded by Commander James Aldworth St Leger, West coast of Africa (until vessel wrecked)
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