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NameJasperExplanation
TypeGunboat  
Launched2 April 1855
HullWooden
PropulsionScrew
Builders measure232 tons
Displacement 
Guns3
Fate1855
ClassDapper
Ships book
Note1855.07.24 wrecked at Krivaia, Sea of Azov
Snippets concerning this vessels career
DateEvent
March 1855Commanded by Lieutenant commander William Henderson Truscott, as tender to Hastings (but Jasper did not follow that ship to the Baltic during the Russian War, going instead to the Black Sea)
(16 July 1855)
- 24 July 1855
Commanded by Lieutenant commander Joseph Samuel Hudson, the Black Sea during the Russian War (until vessel blown up when grounded on the Krivaia in the Sea of Azov)

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