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NameOdinExplanation
Type1st class frigate   
Launched24 July 1846
HullWooden
PropulsionPaddle
Builders measure1310 tons
Displacement 
Guns18
Fate1865
Class 
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Snippets concerning this vessels career
DateEvent
24 May 1847Commanded by Captain Frederick Thomas Pelham, Mediterranean
1 August 1851
- October 1851
Commanded (from commissioning at Portsmouth until paying off at Portsmouth) by Commander William Saltonstall Wiseman, temporarily commissioned to convey Sir Hamilton Seymour, ambassador to the Russian court, to St Petersburg
18 December 1852
- 3 February 1855
Commanded by Captain Francis Scott, Portsmouth, later Woolwich, then (July 1854) the Baltic during the Russian War
(7 September 1855)Commanded by Captain James Willcox, Black Sea during the Russian War
20 September 1859
- 1863
Commanded by Captain Lord John Hay, East Indies and China (in command of a division of gunboats during the second capture of the Taku forts in August 1860, and latterly as Commodore on the station)
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