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NameSouthamptonExplanation
Type4th rate   
Launched7 November 1820
HullWooden
PropulsionSail
Builders measure1476 tons
Displacement 
Guns60
Fate1912
Class 
Ships book
Note1867 lent as t.s.
Snippets concerning this vessels career
DateEvent
(January 1840)Out of commission at Chatham
15 May 1840
- 7 August 1841
Commanded by Captain William Hillyar, flagship of Edward Durnford King, Cape of Good Hope
12 August 1841Commanded by Acting Captain Stephen Greville Fremantle, flagship of Edward Durnford King, Cape of Good Hope
3 August 1848Commanded by Captain Nicholas Cory, flagship of Rear-Admiral Barrington Reynolds, Cape of Good Hope
2 December 1856Commanded (from commissioning at Chatham) by Captain Edward Philips Charlewood, Coast Guard, Harwich
1 October 1860
- 15 July 1861
Commanded by Captain Charles Wise, guardship of ordinary, Sheerness
25 July 1879Commanded by Captain George Doherty Broad, industrial school ship, Southampton
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