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Ten ships of the
have been named
, after the animal, the
, a ketch in the Royalist navy, captured by Parliamentary forces in 1656 and broken up two years later
, 18, a sloop originally called
and operating as a French privateer, but captured in 1757 and renamed before being sold in 1761
14, a sloop launched in 1761 and sold in 1783
, 14, a sloop launched in 1795 and sold in 1808
, 10, a
launched in 1809 and sold in 1829
, a wooden paddle packet originally operating as a Post Office vessel but transferred to the Royal Navy in 1837. It became a dockyard lighter in 1845.
launched in 1855 and broken up in 1864.
, a 125 ton tender transferred from the
to the Royal Navy in 1905 and sold in 1911.
launched in 1911 and sold in 1921.
Type 22, or
launched in 1982 and scrapped in 2001.
, an American privateer captured by HMS
in 1778 and commissioned into the Royal Navy. Wrecked in 1780.
, a ship that was one of the subjects of the
Boston Tea Party
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