High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles Nautilus was a schooner
launched in 1799. The United States Navy purchased her in May 1803,
renaming her the USS Nautilus; she thus became the first ship to
bear that name. She served in the First Barbary War. She was
altered to a brigantine. The British captured Nautilus early in the
War of 1812 and renamed her HMS Emulous. After her service with the
Royal Navy, the Admiralty sold her in 1817.
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