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NameVesuviusExplanation
Type1st class sloop   
Launched11 July 1839
HullWooden
PropulsionPaddle
Builders measure970 tons
Displacement1283 tons
Guns6
Fate1866
Class 
Ships bookADM 135/490
Note 
Snippets concerning this vessels career
DateEvent
(1840)Commanded by Lieutenant commander William Simpson Blount
(January 1840)Out of commission at Sheerness
31 August 1840
- 25 March 1841
Commanded by Commander Thomas Henderson, Mediterranean (including operations on the coast of Syria in 1840)
26 December 1840
- 26 August 1841
Commanded by Commander Granville Gower Loch, Mediterranean
23 August 1841
- 1844
Commanded by Commander Erasmus Ommanney, Mediterranean
23 March 1845Commanded by Commander George William Douglas O'Callaghan, North America and West Indies
1852
- 22 March 1852
Commanded by Commander Frederick Lamport Barnard
17 August 1853Commanded by Commander Richard Ashmore Powell, Mediterranean (and, 1854, Black Sea during the Russian War)
1855Commanded by Commander Sherard Osborn, Black Sea during the Russian War
6 June 1855Commanded by Commander Francis Marten, tender to Royal Albert, in the Black Sea during the Russian War
29 October 1855Commanded by Commander Edward George Hore, Mediterranean
20 April 1857Commanded by Commodore Charles Wise, west coast of Africa
16 July 1862
- 1864
Commanded by Captain Richard Vesey Hamilton, West Indies
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