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Comus, 18

Sloop
(1832-1862)

Built: Pembroke (1828)
Retired: Chatham
Reason Retired: broken up

Notes:

• Formerly Comet.

Commander William Price Hamilton (31 Oct 1832– )
• Arrived at Port Royal (13 Sept 1833).

Commander Hon. Plantagenet Pierrepont Cary (1837– )

Commander Evan Nepean
• Sailed from Port Royal for Quebec (18 Sept 1841).

Commander George Evan Davis (20 Jan 1842– )

Commander Thomas Sparke Thompson (1844– )
• Arrived at Rio de Janeiro (18 Apr 1845).
• Sailed from Buenos Ayres. On the same day, picked up some of the survivors from the wreck of the merchantman, Johnathan Fell, out of Liverpool. The vessel had struck a rock off the Great Castellos. The rest of the survivors remained on the vessel, which had been run ashore in a bay close to where the accident had occurred (8 Aug 1845).

Commander Edwin Clayton Tennyson D'Eyncourt (17 Nov 1846– )

Commander William Abdy Fellowes (3 May 1853– )

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