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Page 174 - Harrison, the freighter, a full and complete cargo of deals, but not exceeding what she can reasonably stow and carry over and above her tackle, &c. ; and therewith return to Hull, and in 15 running days deliver the same, on being paid freight for the same, at the rate of
Page 157 - the sale thereof, has been received from the Cape of Good Hope by the plaintiffs, or JP Boyd. The question for the opinion of the Court was, whether the plaintiffs were entitled to recover in this action a total loss? If they were, the verdict was to stand : if not, a nonsuit was to
Page 169 - for and in the names of all and every other person or persons to whom the same did, should or might, appertain, for himself and them and every of them, at 10 guineas per cent.: and liberty was reserved for the
Page 174 - master and R. Harrison of Hull (the plaintiff,) that the said ship, being tight, staunch, and strong, and every way fitted for the voyage, shall, with all convenient speed, sail and proceed to Westerwick in Sweden, or as near thereto as she can safely get, and there load in 20 running days (if not sooner dispatched) from the factors of the said
Page 351 - to the contrary notwithstanding." And then follows this proviso, which is very material to the present purpose ; "Provided always, that this " act, or any thing therein contained, shall not extend to the diminishing of " any punishment to be hereafter by censure in parliament inflicted upon " any person which shall hereafter make or procure to be made any such
Page 109 - shall have committed such irregularity, &c. before such action brought. ' And in case no such tender shall have been made, it shall be lawful for the ' defendant, by leave of the Court, before issue joined, to pay into Court such 'sum of money
Page 300 - parliament, which is so high and mighty in its nature that it may make law, and that that is law it may make no law : and the determination and knowledge of that privilege belongeth to the lords of the parliament, and not to the justices.
Page 200 - of Algiers, or to their assigns, he or they paying freight for the said goods, as customary, with primage and average accustomed. In witness," &c. (Signed by the master.) The bill of lading was first indorsed by Hargreave and Dalzel, to deliver the goods to the order of Mr.
Page 465 - convenient within six weeks next following the said " Feast of Easter, assemble yourselves together; and being so assembled, and " calling unto you such discreet and grave persons of the said county as you " shall think meet; and conferring together respecting the plenty or scarcity " of the time, and other circumstances necessarily to be
Page 121 - 72. s. 2. where it is said, that all confederacies whatsoever wrongfully to prejudice a third person are highly criminal at common law; as where several confederate to maintain one another in any matter whether it be true or false. The cases also shew, that it is equally an offence to combine to do a