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NameGeyserExplanation
Type1st class sloop   
Launched6 April 1841
HullWooden
PropulsionPaddle
Builders measure1055 tons
Displacement1379 tons
Guns6
Fate1866
Class 
Ships bookADM 135/192
Note 
Snippets concerning this vessels career
DateEvent
13 December 1841
- 2 July 1846
Commanded by Commander Edward John Carpenter, Mediterranean
28 October 1846Commanded by Commander Francis Thomas Brown, Cape of Good Hope
9 October 1850Commanded by Commander Edward Tatham, south-east coast of America
8 September 1852Commanded by Commander Thomas Wilson, North America and West Indies
5 December 1855Commanded by Commander Roderick Dew, the Baltic during the Russian War
12 January 1856Commanded by Commander Arthur Tower, Cape of Good Hope
23 June 1860
- 15 April 1862
Commanded (from commissioning at Plymouth) by Commander George Melville Jackson, Channel squadron
15 April 1862
- 25 March 1863
Commanded by Commander Colin Andrew Campbell, Channel squadron
31 March 1863Commanded by Commander Mark Robert Pechell, Channel squadron
24 February 1864
- 1 June 1865
Commanded by Commander Arthur Thomas Thrupp, Portsmouth
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