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FYLLA (22) Taken on 7 September 1807 at the surrender of Copenhagen.
Sold in 1814.

  • 1808 Capt. Hon. Edward RODNEY, Coast of Spain Channel.
    On 28 June 1811 he was off Granville with the gun-brig FIRM when the latter attacked two praam brigs which came out to attack the boats employed in reconnoitring.
    On the following night he rescued Lieut LITTLE, his officers and his crew, when FIRM ran aground at the top of the tide while coming out of Cancalle Bay.
    The brig had to be burnt to stop her falling in to French hands and FYLLA took everyone to Jersey.
  • 1811 Capt. Henry PRESCOTT, 08/1811, Channel.
    He removed to the ERIDANUS in the summer of 1813.
  • 1813 Capt. William SHEPHEARD, 05/1813, Guernsey station.
    In January 1814 he captured the French privateer lugger INCONNU from St. Malo.
    The enemy had six men killed and four wounded out of the one hundred on board.
    In FYLLA her first lieutenant, William Henry PEARSON and one marine were slightly wounded.

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