Rules and Regulations Made in Pursuance of an Act of Parliament Passed in the Second Year of the Reign of His Majesty King William the Fourth,: Touching the Practice to be Observed in Suits and Proceedings in the Several Courts of Vice-Admiralty Abroad, and Established by the Kings Order in Council
W. Clowes, 1842 - Court rules
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100 sterling Act of Court Act on Petition Advocate Affidavit allege and propound Appraisement Bail Bail Bond behalf bottomry brig cargo Carman Cause Claim Compulsory or Subpoena condemned Copying or Engrossing crew Decree or Commission Default deponent Documents or Proceedings duty exceed 500 sterling exceeding twelve folios executing every Decree feeing Counsel final Hearing forfeiture Insert names Instrument Interrogatories JOHN DODSON lead the Witness Libel Ligo Lord the King Majesty's Marshal Michael Comerford monished Monition names of Ship Office Copies office of Admiralty owner Party proceeding party proponent doth Party who attends persons perusing Plea Pound sterling Registrar Registry respondent Retaining Fee schooner seizure Sentence or Interlocutory Ship and Master ship or vessel Signed Sovereign Lord Sportulage STEPHEN LUSHINGTON Sterling Money Subduction Suit sureties TABLE OF FEES taking the Examination therein United Kingdom Unlivery vessel called Vice-Admiralty Court voyage Warrant of Arrest William the Fourth Witnesses
Page 5 - Parish in special and all others in general having or pretending to have any Right Title or Interest in the Premises to...
Page 2 - Majesty, having taken the said Memorial into consideration, was pleased, by and with the advice of His Privy Council, to approve of what is therein proposed. And the Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty are to give the necessary directions herein accordingly.
Page 18 - Whenever a ship of war shall meet a merchantman liable to be searched, it shall be done in the most mild manner, and with every attention which is due between allied and friendly nations ; and in no case shall the search be made by an officer holding a rank inferior to that of lieutenant in the navy of Great Britain, or of ensign of a ship of the line in the Spanish navy.
Page 18 - ... or, if the ship's papers shall have been concealed, thrown overboard, or otherwise destroyed, that fact is to be stated in the affidavit. The affidavit being duly sworn and exhibited before the judge or surrogate, he is to decree a monition to issue, returnable fourteen days after service, citing by name the owners or persons implicated, if known, and all others in general, to appear and show cause why the forfeiture should not be decreed and the penalties pronounced for. Where the owners or...
Page 149 - Hartley, esq. on whom we have therefore conferred the rank of our minister plenipotentiary, have nominated, constituted and appointed, and by these presents do nominate, constitute and appoint him our true, certain, and undoubted commissioner, procurator, and plenipotentiary ; giving and granting to him all and all manner of faculty, power and authority, together with...
Page 147 - Deceased, do make or cause to be made a true and perfect Inventory of all and singular the Goods Chattels and Credits...
Page 16 - March 9, 1798, recites that more than a year and a day having elapsed, the cargo was condemned as good and lawful prize and as droits and perquisites of His Majesty in his Office of Admiralty...
Page 128 - London, during the usual time of merchants resorting thither, and thereby citing at the premises all persons in general having, or pretending to have, any right, title, or interest in the within-named ship
Page 14 - Act in that behalf made and provided ; and unless they shall so do, they hereby consent that execution shall issue forth against them, their heirs, executors and administrators, goods and chattels, wheresoever the same shall be found, to the value of the sum above mentioned. This bail was duly taken, acknowledged and received at the...