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" Prize is altogether a creature of the Crown. No man has, or can have any interest, but what he takes as the mere gift of the Crown ; beyond the extent of that gift he has nothing. This is the principle of law on the subject, and founded on the wisest... "
The Revised Reports: Being a Republication of Such Cases in the English ... - Page 15
edited by - 1898
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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the High Court of ..., Volume 2

Great Britain. High Court of Admiralty, Christopher Robinson, William Scott (Baron Stowell) - Admiralty - 1806
...Beyond the extent of that gift he has nothing. This is the principle of law on the subject, and founded on the wisest reasons. The right of making war and...public jurisprudence by all writers on the subject, Betto parta cedunt reipubtica. It is * not , \ not to be supposed that this wise attribute of sove-...
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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the High Court of ..., Volume 5

Great Britain. High Court of Admiralty, Christopher Robinson, William Scott (Baron Stowell) - Admiralty - 1806
...the Crown : and the difpofal of thefe acquifitions may be of the utmoft importance for the purpofes both of War and Peace. This is no peculiar doctrine of our conftitutioh; it is univerfally received as a neceflary principle of public jurifprudence by all writers...
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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Circuit Court of the United ...

United States. Circuit Court (1st Circuit), John Gallison - Law reports, digests, etc - 1815
...of its general prerogative. This, as Sir W. Scott observes, u is no peculiar doctrine of the English constitution ; it is universally received, as a necessary...public jurisprudence, by all writers on the subject ; hello parta cedunt reipublicae. " And the government, in such case, do not take the property, as...
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Laws of the Sea: With Reference to Maritime Commerce During Peace and War

Friedrich Johann Jacobsen - Maritime law - 1818 - 636 pages
...Beyond the extent of that gift he has nothing. This is the principle of law on the subject, and founded on the wisest reasons. The right of making war and...acquisitions of war belong to the crown : and the disposal of those acquisitions may be of the utmost importance, both for war and peace. — Bella parta cedunt...
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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the High Court of Chancery: During ...

James Russell, James William Mylne, John Singleton Copley Baron Lyndhurst, Henry Brougham Baron Brougham and Vaux - Equity - 1837
...beyond the extent of that gift he has nothing. This is the principle of law on the subject, and founded on the wisest reasons. The right of making war and...by all writers on the subject, ' Bello parta cedunt reipubliccc.'" (a) Upon that principle, accordingly, and holding that right not to be deTested by the...
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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the High Court of Chancery: During ...

James Russell, James William Mylne, John Singleton Copley Baron Lyndhurst, Henry Brougham Baron Brougham and Vaux - Equity - 1837
...beyond the extent of that gift he has nothing. This is the principle of law on the subject, and founded on the wisest reasons. The right of making war and...jurisprudence by all writers on the subject, ' Bello parts cedtmt reipublicce.' " (a) Upon that principle, accordingly, and holding that right not to be...
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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the High Court of Chancery: During ...

James Russell, James William Mylne, John Singleton Copley Baron Lyndhurst, Henry Brougham Baron Brougham and Vaux - Equity - 1837
...is the principle of law on the subject, and founded on the wisest reasons. The right of making'war and peace is exclusively in the crown. The acquisitions...public jurisprudence by all writers on the subject, ' Bella parta cedunt reipubtica-.'" (a) Upon that principle, accordingly, and holding that right not...
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A Treatise on the Jurisdiction of the High Court of Admiralty of England

Edwin Edwards - Admiralty - 1847 - 301 pages
...beyond the extent of that gift he has nothing. This is the principle of law on the subject, and founded on the wisest reasons. The right of making war and...acquisitions may be of the utmost importance for the purpose both of war and peace. This is no peculiar doctrine of our constitution; it is universally...
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An Analytical Digest of All the Reported Cases Determined by the High Court ...

William Tarn Pritchard - Admiralty - 1847 - 707 pages
...interest in it but what he takes as the gift of the Crown. This is not a peculiar doctrine of the English constitution : it is universally received as a necessary...public jurisprudence by all writers on the subject. * 22. It is laid down in the Black Pook of the Admiralty, that anciently the fleets Htted out were...
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The Law Review and Quarterly Journal of British and Foreign ..., Volume 8

International law - 1848
...Russell & Mylne's Reports, 54. he has nothing. This is the principle of law on the subject, and founded on the wisest reasons. The right of making war and...utmost importance for the purposes both of war and peace.".1 But the original right of the Crown to the absolute disposal of all maritime prize has been...
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