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GARLAND (22) Built in 1807, Bideford.
Sold in 1817.

  • 1807 Capt. Hender WHITTER, to the West Indies on 11 November.
  • 1808 Capt. BEVAN, Jamaica station.
    William Henry SHIRREFF was posted into GARLAND on 18 November 1809.
  • 1811 Capt. GRAVES, Jamaica.
    Capt. Thomas HUSKISSON, 05/1811, Leeward Is.
    He was promoted out of PELORUS and commanded GARLAND until June 1812 when he removed to the BARBADOES.
  • 1814 Capt. Richard Plummer DAVIES, north coast of Spain.
    In 1815, following Buonaparte's escape from Elba, GARLAND and UNDAUNTED were sent to the Adriatic, under the orders of Capt. AUSTEN in PHOENIX, to co-operate with the Austrians in preventing the escape of some Neapolitan men of war.
  • PHOENIX and GARLAND watched two frigates of the largest class at Brindisi, while UNDAUNTED searched the coast to the northward.
    After the surrender of Naples, following the military convention of Casa Lanza, the frigates were persuaded to hoist the colours of the restored monarch, Ferdinand IV.
  • PHOENIX, AQUILON, GARLAND and REYNARD next proceeded to the Archipelgo in search of a French squadron, JUNON, VICTORIEUSE, two brigs and two large schooners, which had being preying on trade in the area.
    Unfortunately the enemy was no longer in the islands and shortly afterwards peace was restored.
  • 1816 Out of commission at Deptford.
    On Wednesday 18 September she was put up for sale at the Navy Office in Somerset Place.
    The reserve price was 2,500 pounds but no one was willing to pay more than 1900 pounds.
    Out of the 20 vessels on sale only 3 were actually sold.

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