Built in 1806, Howden Dock (Cruizer class).
Target in 1839.
Sold in 1841.
- 1808 J. O. MASEFIELD, Plymouth.
- 1810 George SAYER.
While escorting a convoy on the afternoon of 24 February 1810, some 18 miles off Beachy Head, he captured the French privateer lugger LE MODESTE out of Fecamp. She was commanded by Prosper Paul Feray with a crew of 43 men and, although pierced for 18 guns had only 4 mounted.
Two other French luggers were in company with her but RALEIGH was unable to leave her charges to pursue them.
- On 23 May, in company with the ALBAN and PRINCE OF WALES cutters, RALEIGH engaged a Danish flotilla of seven gunboats off the Scaw.
One of the enemy was blown up, the rest were badly damaged.
In the Kattegat on the morning of the 2 November 1810 Capt. SAYER retook an American ship which had been taken as a prize by a privateer while sailing with a valuable cargo from St. Petersburg to London.
- That afternoon he was lucky to capture the privateer eighteen miles S. S.E.
off the island of Laeso in the Kattegat. She was the Danish schooner ADMIRAL NEIL SUUL.
Although pierced for 16 guns she only had 10 mounted with a crew of 28 men. She was commanded by Magnus Schiotte and was seven days out from Randers in Jutland.
Capt. SAYER was promoted to post captain from 21 Oct.1810, the fifth anniversary of Trafalgar.
- 1811-12 G. W.HOOPER Baltic.
He ran a French privateer of about 100 tons ashore under Easternest on 22 September 1812.
- 1814 Hamoaze.
- 1815-19 Plymouth.
- 1820 Geo.
BLACKMAN, 08/1820, Jamaica.
- 1822-24 Chatham.
- 1826 John DALLING, 04/1826, Mediterranean.
- 1828 George HAYS, 07/1828, Mediterranean.
- 1831 Abraham HAWKINS, 07/1830, Mediterranean 1835 Michael QUIN, 07/1834, Coast of Africa.
- In 1835 RALEIGH was sent to assist ANDROMANCHE and WOLF in the suppression of piracy in the Straits of Malacca.
April 1838, ordered home.
Sir William DICKSON, 03/1839.
- 1840 Sheerness.