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NameLightningExplanation
TypeGunvessel   
Launched19 September 1823
HullWooden
PropulsionPaddle
Builders measure296 tons
Displacement349 tons
Guns2
Fate1872
Class 
Ships bookADM 135/280
Note1854 survey vessel
Snippets concerning this vessels career
DateEvent
30 November 1838
- September 1840
Commanded by Lieutenant commander Richard Nicholls Williams
5 November 1842Commanded by Lieutenant commander William Robert Wolseley Winniett, Woolwich
30 January 1845
- 7 February 1851
Commanded by Master commander John Eaton Petley
7 February 1851
- 25 February 1854
Commanded by Master commander Henry William Allen
25 February 1854
- 12 March 1855
Commanded by Captain Bartholomew James Sulivan, as fleet surveying officer in the Baltic during the Russian War
12 March 1855Commanded by Lieutenant commander James Carter Campbell, the Baltic (as tender to Duke of Wellington) during the Russian War
5 April 1864Commanded by Staff Commander Timothy W Sulivan, Pembroke Dock, tender to Saturn
2 January 1865Commanded by Lieutenant commander Edward Wolfe Brooker, surveying service, tender to Fisgard, Woolwich
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