Cases selected from those heard and determined in the Vice-admiralty Court for Lower Canada [1836-1856; 1859-1874]: Relating chiefly to the jurisdiction and practice of the court, or involving questions of maritime law of frequent occurrence in the trade and navigation of the river and gulf of St. Lawrence. Preceded by the rules and regulations established under the authority of the imperial Parliament. With an appendix containing the original commission constituting the court, and other documents relating to the same
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