Lying for the Admiralty

Lying for the Admiralty

When the Admiralty sends Cook to observe the transit of Venus he is also told to find new territories for Britain and to take steps secretly to get in ahead of the French.

Author: Margaret Cameron-Ash

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ISBN: 0648043967

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When the Admiralty sends Cook to observe the transit of Venus he is also told to find new territories for Britain and to take steps secretly to get in ahead of the French.
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The Admiralty Law of Collisions at Sea

The Admiralty Law of Collisions at Sea

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 ...

Author: Richard Lowndes

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105044437676

Category: Average (Maritime law)

Page: 234

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English Admiralty Reports Reports of cases argued and determined in the High court of admiralty By John Haggard vol I II 1822 1832

English Admiralty Reports  Reports of cases argued and determined in the High court of admiralty     By John Haggard     vol  I II  1822 1832

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. If only one vessel was lying to , does it follow that the other was ...

Author: Jacob Merritt Howard

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ISBN: UOM:35112103313690

Category: Admiralty

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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the High Court of Admiralty

Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the High Court of Admiralty

High Court of Admiralty George Minot ... If this could be defended , it might as well
be said that a ship lying in a neutral station might fire shot on a vessel lying out of
the neutral territory ; the injury in that case would not be consummated , nor ...

Author: Christopher Robinson

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ISBN: CORNELL:31924064830726

Category: Admiralty

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English Admiralty Reports Reports of cases argued and determined in the High court of admiralty Commencing with the judgments of the Right Hon Sir William Scott Michaelmas term 1789 1808 By Chr Robinson

English Admiralty Reports  Reports of cases argued and determined in the High court of admiralty  Commencing with the judgments of the Right Hon  Sir William Scott  Michaelmas term  1789  1808  By Chr  Robinson

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: Jacob Merritt Howard

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ISBN: UOM:35112103313807

Category: Admiralty

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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the High Court of Admiralty Judgements of William Scott

Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the High Court of Admiralty     Judgements of     William Scott

... it was materially instrumental to the surrender that took place ; and therefore
the Admiralty is , by virtue of the services of ... There were , at that time , fix or
seven men of war , as many as could be used , 1799 . lying in Symons Bay ,
under the ...

Author: Christopher Robinson

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ISBN: ONB:+Z184807404

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Forms in Chancery Admiralty and at Common Law

Forms in Chancery  Admiralty  and at Common Law

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 ...

Author: Benjamin Lynde Oliver

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ISBN: UOM:35112104983046

Category: Admiralty

Page: 503

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Categories: Admiralty

An Analytical Digested Index to the Common Law Reports

An Analytical Digested Index to the Common Law Reports

WHEN A PROHIBITION LIES TO THE ADMI . tion , although a question arises
which is proRALTY COURTS ; per for their conuzance ; secus , where it has ...
Prohibition to the admiralty will lie for 916 . holding a plea of a thing done in any
port .

Author: Thomas Coventry

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105063917822

Category: Law reports, digests, etc

Page: 1645

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Forms in Chancery Admiralty and at Common Law adapted to the practice of the Federal and State Courts

Forms in Chancery  Admiralty  and at Common Law  adapted to the practice of the Federal and State Courts

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 ...

Author: Benjamin Lynde OLIVER (Jurist.)

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ISBN: BL:A0020242818

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Admiralty Manual of Seamanship

Admiralty Manual of Seamanship

The weight of the cable causes it to lie in a catenary between the hawsepipe and
the sea - bed . ... on a ship , the greater will be the distance between the
hawsepipe and the anchor , so that the amount of cable lying on the bottom will
vary .

Author: Great Britain. Ministry of Defence (Navy)

Publisher: The Stationery Office

ISBN: 0117726966

Category: Transportation

Page: 798

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Admiralty Manual of Seamanship
Categories: Transportation

English Admiralty Reports 1811 1822 Dodson

English Admiralty Reports  1811 1822  Dodson

In that made by the master of The Shark , it is sworn , “ that , on Thursday , the 6th
of January last , the said ship Shark was lying in Standgate Creek , in the river
Medway , fast moored to The Lazarette , called The Princess Amelia , having
been ...

Author:

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ISBN: HARVARD:32044089238638

Category: Admiralty

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Reports of Admiralty and Revenue Cases Argued and Determined in the Circuit and District Courts of the United States

Reports of Admiralty and Revenue Cases Argued and Determined in the Circuit and District Courts of the United States

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
wind ...

Author: Henry Billings Brown

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ISBN: NYPL:33433007122983

Category: Admiralty

Page: 594

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Reports of Cases argued and determined in the High Court of Admiralty commencing with the judgments of Sir W Scott Michaelmas Term 1798 April 1808 Few MS notes

Reports of Cases argued and determined in the High Court of Admiralty  commencing with the judgments of     Sir W  Scott  Michaelmas Term 1798  April 1808   Few MS  notes

... of territory , or from which any inconvenience could arise to the country , within
whose limits she was lying ; inasmuch as the hostile force which she employed ,
was applied to the captured vessel lying out of the territory . But that is a doctrine
 ...

Author: Christopher ROBINSON (Right Hon. Sir)

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ISBN: BL:A0017625739

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Admiralty Court Cases on the Rule of the Road

Admiralty Court Cases on the Rule of the Road

If the lug - boat , then , was lying right athwart her bows , and she had continued
her course , she would have struck the barge amidships ; consequently , the
barge extended beyond her stem as much to the southward as it did to the
northward ...

Author: William Holt

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ISBN: UVA:35007000132401

Category: Admiralty

Page: 265

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A Treatise on the Admiralty Jurisdiction and Practice in County Courts

A Treatise on the Admiralty Jurisdiction and Practice in County Courts

The rough test is to consider for whom judgment would be entered if no evidence
were given at all , as this consideration shows clearly on which party the onus of
proof lies , and it is for such party to begin . Where there are cross - causes of ...

Author: Francis William Raikes

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ISBN: UVA:35007004199273

Category: Admiralty

Page: 425

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Reports of Cases

Reports of Cases

If it were otherwise , a remedy lies in the admiralty courts of France , and perhaps
of the United States , to set aside the ransom bill , and restore the parties to their
rights . If an action were brought , at common law , upon a collateral security like ...

Author: United States. Circuit Court (1st Circuit)

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ISBN: CHI:60290868

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Digest of the Decisions of the Courts of Common Law and Admiralty in the United States

Digest of the Decisions of the Courts of Common Law and Admiralty in the United States

In Connecticut , it will lie in every case tion of the rents received by either , or for
repairs , a where a person has received money to the use of except an action of
account , or bill in equity . o another ; especially if it be received of a third per ...

Author: Theron Metcalf

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105063019751

Category: Law reports, digests, etc

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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the High Court of Admiralty

Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the High Court of Admiralty

This is a case of appeal on the part of the seizor , from a sentence of the Vice -
Admiralty Court of Bermuda , acquitting the ... on the ground that the ship was
lying at anchor at Ireland Island , having cleared from the port of Hamilton , and
was ...

Author: Great Britain. High Court of Admiralty

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105063373638

Category: Admiralty

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The Admiralty Jurisdiction Law and Practice of the Courts of the United States

The Admiralty Jurisdiction  Law and Practice of the Courts of the United States

With an Appendix, Containing the New Rules of Admiralty Practice Prescribed by
the Supreme Court of the United States, ... master of the ship Desdemona , now
lying at the port of — [ or riding at anchor in the harbor of , or lying aground or ...

Author: Alfred Conkling

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105062388728

Category: Admiralty

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Reports of Cases Decided in the Vice Admiralty Court of New Brunswick from 1879 to 1891

Reports of Cases Decided in the Vice Admiralty Court of New Brunswick from 1879 to 1891

With an Introduction on Admiralty Jurisdiction; Tables of the Cases Reported and
Cited; the Imperial and Canadian ... 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 ...

Author: Alfred Augustus Stockton

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ISBN: UOM:35112104851607

Category: Admiralty

Page: 702

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