Nominal Guns14BWAS-1714
NationalityGreat Britain
OperatorRoyal Navy
PreviouslyFrench brig 'Le Speedy' (1794) (14)
ShipyardKing's Boatbuilders - Dover BWAS-1714
Ship TypeSloop BWAS-1714
Sailing RigBrigBWAS-1714
BecomesFrench brig 'Le Saint Pierre' (1801) (16)


DimensionMeasurementTypeMetric EquivalentBWAS-1714
Length of Gundeck78' 3"Imperial Feet23.7839 
Length of Keel59' 0"Imperial Feet17.9832 
Breadth25' 9"Imperial Feet7.6657 
Depth in Hold10' 10"Imperial Feet3.048 
Draught Forward5' 2"Imperial Feet1.5748 
Draught Aft9' 0"Imperial Feet2.7432 
Burthen208 894Imperial Feet0.0022 


3.1795Broadside Weight = 31 Imperial Pound ( 14.0588 kg)BWAS-1714
Gun Deck14 British 4-Pounder
Gun Deck12 British 1/2-Pound Swivel

Crew Complement

Date# of MenNotesSource
3.179590 BWAS-1714
6.5.180154 TRN4

5 Commanding Officers

10.1796 - 8.1797Commander Thomas ElphinstoneBWAS-171426.7.1797 - 1.9.1798Commander Hugh Downman (1765-1858)ref:6161.1799 - 3.1800Commander Jahleel Brenton (1770-1844)BWAS-171428.3.1800 - 3.7.1801Captain Thomas Cochrane (1775-1860)BWAS-171428.3.1800 - 3.7.1801Commander Thomas Cochrane (1775-1860)BWAS-1714

Service History

31.5.1796Action of 1796-05-31
13.9.1797Took the Schooner Palma (2) BG
15.3.1798Took the Lugger St. Joze (6) 20 leagues West of Cape Mondego .BG
11.5.1800Took the Privateer L'Intrépide (6) BG
9.6.1800Action of 1800-06-09
25.6.1800Took the Privateer Asuncion (10) off Bastia
19.7.1800Took the Privateer La Constitution off Caprea
6.5.1801Speedy vs Gamo


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