Hired armed cutter Duke of York
|Name:||Duke of York|
|Commissioned:||23 June 1803|
|Decommissioned:||24 September 1810|
|Tons burthen:||82 27⁄94 tons bm|
|Armament:||8 × 4-pounder guns|
In July 1803 she sent into Portsmouth the American vessel Eagle, from New York bound for Amsterdam, and in August the Young Jane, from Roxborough for France.
In 1807 she was under the command of Lieutenant A. Mott. On 15 October, under the command of Lieutenant J. Forbes and while in company with the revenue cutters Fox and Seagull, she captured the French privateer Friedland. (Prize money was due to be paid in 1809.)
In November 1808 she was reported under the command of Lieutenant G.V. Crosbe, with a convoy to the Downs. In 1811 she is reported under the command of Lieutenant T. Banks in Guernsey, per Steel's Navy List, but this is after she was reported returned to her owners.
- Winfield (2008), p.391.
- The Naval chronicle, Vol. 10, p.173.
- The London Gazette: . 24 October 1809.