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NamePersianExplanation
TypeBrig-sloop   
Launched7 October 1839
HullWooden
PropulsionSail
Builders measure484 tons
Displacement 
Guns16
Fate1866
Class 
Ships book
Note 
Snippets concerning this vessels career
DateEvent
23 February 1840
- 22 November 1840
Commanded by Commander William Henry Quin, west coast of Africa (until he died)
20 November 1840
- 28 February 1841
Commanded by Acting Commander Thomas Edward Symonds, west coast of Africa
4 February 1841Commanded by Commander Thomas Rodney Eden, west coast of Africa
(October 1843)Out of commission at Devonport
1843
- August 1843
Commanded by Commander Thomas Rodney Eden
14 December 1844Commanded by Commander Henry Coryton, North America and West Indies
7 July 1849
- 24 July 1851
Commanded (from commissioning at Woolwich) by Commander Archibald Gibson Bulman, North America and West Indies (until Bulman invalided)
22 July 1851Commanded by Commander Thomas Mitchell, North America and West Indies
14 October 1857Commanded by Commander John Hanbury Chads, Cape of Good Hope
27 January 1859Commanded by Commander Edward Hardinge, Cape of Good Hope
(21 July 1861)Commanded (until paying off at Sheerness) by Commander Cecil William Buckley
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