lying - to , but might easily have filled her head sails and gathered way so as to
avoid the collision . Dr . Lushington said : - " It seems consistent with probability
that , as the cutter ( smack ) was employed in putting fish on board a number of ...
The Maria . i W . Rob . referred to , the vessel doing the damage and held
responsible was The Columbus ; she was lying at anchor in the river Mersey ,
when she dragged her anchor and fell foul of The Bittern , a king ' s ship , and
High Court of Admiralty George Minot. The Twee Gebroeders . 3. C. Rob . boats
belonged was actually lying within the neutral limits ; ( * 163 ] * and , therefore ,
that wherever the place of capture might be , the station of the ship was in itself ...
Admiralty hydrogr. dept. Swains islands lie off the main land about 4 miles south -
west of Pincher island ; on them is a fishing village with a conspicuous square
church , painted white with a dark roof . Some sealing vessels are laid up during
Author: Great Britain. High Court of AdmiraltyPublish On: 1853
High Court of Admiralty, John Haggard George Minot. The Ligo ... Does the
evidence furnish any decisive inference by which the court may judge which
vessel was lying to , and which was not , as this is the plea on which both parties
rely ? 2 .
CONSI 1201000 * thing a aaned , boats belonged was actually lying within the
neutral limits ; [ * 163 ] * and , therefore , that wherever the place of capture might
be , the station of the ship was in itself sufficient to affect the legality of the capture
Author: Benjamin Lynde OLIVER (Jurist.)Publish On: 1842
to the dock and landing - place of the said steam - boat , for the purpose of
warping the said brig S. up to the said brig , lying in the stream , and intending to
have another line then carried from the said brig S. , to the said graving - way .
That the ...
In the High Court of Admiralty of Ireland . The state title of cause ] , Master .
Whereas a cause of has been instituted in the High Court of Admiralty of Ireland
on behalf of against now lying under arrest , by virtue of a warrant issued from the
Whereas a cause of has been instituted in the High Court of Admiralty of England
, on behalf of against now lying under arrest , by virtue of a warrant issued from
the registry of the said Court , and no appearance has been entered in the said ...
In the absence of a law or custom I prohibiting vessels from lying in 3 . A tug
coming down a river one a channel , anchorage there is not mile in width , and
encountering necessarily improper because the a vessel ancbored upon the
... the reef off the south side of the islet . The harbour is formed between a small
peninsula called Tigani ( Fryingpan ) , lying to the south of Grabusa , and a long
ledge of rocks , partly awash , extending towards it from the south - west end of ...
Admiralty hydrogr. dept. from the Three Stone Oar . A rocket apparatus is kept in
Pendeen cove in case of shipwreck . The Three Stone Oar rocks lie a third of a
mile to the north - eastward of Watch Hill point , and do not cover at ordinary ...
Congress has power to provide for the punishment of offenses committed by
persons serving on board a ship of war of the United States , wherever that ship
may lie . But Congress has not exercised that power in the case of a ship lying in
mu Also all the lands under water lying between the present exterior line for solid
filling aforesaid and the exterior line for piers established by the authority of the
State of New Jersey and bounded on the south by the southerly line of the above
under what circumstances , or how it was , that the collision with a vessel so lying
at anchor took place . This rule is obviously founded ... This narrows the whole
matter to what THE ECCLESIASTICAL AND ADMIRALTY REPORTS . 429.
Author: New Brunswick. Vice-Admiralty CourtPublish On: 1894
With an Introduction on Admiralty Jurisdiction New Brunswick. Vice-Admiralty
Court, Alfred A. Stockton ... and 2 o ' clock on Monday morning by the report of
pistols ; went from my room on deck and found Mr . Shaffer lying on deck at the
Author: Great Britain. High Court of AdmiraltyPublish On: 1856
I am not aware that it has pleased her Majesty to take measures to seize property
which might be lying in a merchant ' s ... and they have been sanctioned by those
who advise her Majesty in her office of Admiralty , as well as by her Majesty ' s ...
High Court of Admiralty George Minot ... Whilst lying in this position she was
observed by a pilot of the name of Fox , and he , as he states , apprehending that
she was in a state of distress , and perceiving a signal for assistance hoisted ...
That the anchor - chain of the “ Golden Light ” parted , and both the said vessels
continued drifting up the river , with great danger to themselves , and in the
direction of and at the great risk of coming into collision with other vessels lying at