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GALGO (16) Purchased in 1801, ex GARLAND.
Sold in 1814.

  • 1801 Richard HAWKINS.
    He was posted in April 1802.
  • 1803 Michael DOD, Channel.
    GALGO and CAMILLA sailed from Portsmouth for Newfoundland on 29 July 1802.
    They returned on 26 November.
    In March 1803 GALGO lost her foremast in Mount's Bay during a violent gale. She made her way to Plymouth and signalled for assistance as soon as she entered the Sound.
    Since the wind was foul she was warped into the Hamoaze by the boats of the fleet.
    On the 30th., having had a new mast shipped in the Hamoaze, she made her way across the bridge (pass between St Nicholas's Island and Cornwall) and anchored in Cawsand Bay.
  • On 23 June 1804 GALGO and INSPECTOR commenced an action against 26 schuyts coming from Ost.end towards Flushing.
    RATTLER came across the Binnen Sand to join them and they kept up a steady fire for over three hours, only hauling off when they approached the Stroom Sand off Ost.end.
    One enemy vessel was driven ashore. She escorted three newly built praams from Hull to Sheerness arriving on 25 January 1805.
  • 1805 Sheerness (purser J. MAURICE) 1807 Sheerness (purser George ELLIS) 1808 Sheerness.
    Used as a rock transport in 1809.

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