|Launched||6 April 1814|
|Builders measure||949 tons|
|Snippets concerning this vessels career|
|(January 1840)||Receiving ship at Chatham|
|Extracts from the Times newspaper|
|Ma 30 October 1848|
CHATHAM, Oct. 28.The Rosamond steam-sloop, 4 guns, Commander John Foote, arrived hero last evening, and will be paid off next week.
The Daphne, 18 guns, fitting for sea, was commissioned yesterday by Captain Edward G. Fanshawe, and this morning the captain left for Sheerness and had an interview with the Port Admiral. The Tartar hulk is taken up for the use of the officers and the crew until the Daphne is fit to receive them.
The Vernon, 50 guns, Captain John C. Fitzgerald, arrived at Sheerness yesterday afternoon from the East Indies, where she has been stationed as a flag-ship. She is expected here by thia day's tide to be paid off.