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NameSalamanderExplanation
Type2nd class sloop  
Launched16 May 1832
HullWooden
PropulsionPaddle
Builders measure818 tons
Displacement1014 tons
Guns4
Fate1883
Class 
Ships book
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Snippets concerning this vessels career
DateEvent
27 November 1832
- 1834
Commanded by Commander Horatio Thomas Austin, Portugal
15 April 1836Commanded by Lieutenant commander John Duffill
16 August 1836
- 15 September 1840
Commanded by Commander Sidney Colpoys Dacres, particular service
16 September 1840
- 11 August 1841
Commanded by Commander Hastings Reginald Henry, particular service
24 June 1842Commanded by Commander Andrew Snape Hamond, South America
17 July 1850
- August 1854
Commanded by Commander John Spencer Ellman, East Indies
August 1854
- 23 November 1854
Commanded (until paying off at Portsmouth) by Commander Benjamin Portland Priest, Mediterranean
1 November 1855
- 4 February 1857
Commanded by Commander George Frederick Mecham, west coast of Africa
8 December 1863Commanded by Commander John Carnegie, Australia
July 1865Commanded by Commander George Strong Nares, east coast of Australia

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