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" It shall be lawful for the ships of war of either party, and privateers, freely to carry whithersoever they please, the ships and goods taken from their enemies, without being obliged to pay any duty to the officers of the admiralty or any other judges... "
State papers and publick documents of the United States, from the accession ... - Page 257
by United States. President, United States. Dept. of State - 1817
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The constitutions of the several independent states of America: the ...

William Jackson - Law - 1783 - 472 pages
...the mips of war of either party, and privateers, freely to carry whitherfoever they pleafe the mips and goods taken from their enemies, without being obliged to pay any duty to the officers of the Admiralty, or any other judges; nor fhall fuch prizes be arrefted or feized...
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The New annual register, or General repository of history, politics, and ...

1787
...to carry whitherfoercr they plcafe, the fhi|>s and gtjods taken from their enemies, without bciti£ obliged to pay any fee to the officers of the admiralty, or to any judges whatever; nor íhall the faid prizes, when they arrive at and enter the ports uf their faid m.ijeuies, be- declined...
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Annual Register, Volume 28

History - 1788
...majellies, as for privateers belonging to their fubje&s, to carry whitherfoever they pleafe the Ihips and goods taken from their enemies, without being...of the admiralty, or to any judges whatever ; nor ihall the faid prizes, when they arrive at and enter the ports of their faid majefties, be detained...
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Annual Register, Volume 28

Edmund Burke - History - 1788
...majelties, as for privateers belonging tp their fubjeas, to. carry whitherfoever they pleafe the fliips and goods taken from, their enemies, without being...to the officers of the admiralty, or to any judges wh/itever ; nor mall the faid prizes, vyhen they arrive ас and enter the ports of their faid majeities,...
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A collection of treaties between Great Britain and other powers, Volume 1

Great Britain, George Chalmers - History - 1790 - 564 pages
...Majefties, as for privateers belonging to their fy ejects, to cany whitherfoever they pleafe the fhips and goods taken from their enemies, without being...of the admiralty, or to any judges whatever \ nor fhail the faid prizes, when they arrive at and enter the ports of their faid Majefties, be detained...
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A Collection of Treaties Between Great Britain and Other Powers, Volume 1

Great Britain, George Chalmers - Great Britain - 1790
...their fubjects, to carry whitherfoever they pleafe the fhips and £3ods taken from their enernies, without being obliged to pay any fee to the officers of the admiralty, or to any judges whatever; nor fhall the faid prizes, when they arrive at and enter the ports of their faid Majefties, be detained...
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A Collection of Treaties Between Great Britain and Other Powers, Volume 1

Great Britain, George Chalmers - Great Britain - 1790 - 538 pages
...whitherfoever they pleafe the fhips and goods taken frgm their enemies, without being ; .: + . obliged obliged to pay any fee to the officers of the admiralty, or to any judges whatever ; nor fhall the faid prizes, when they arrive at and enter the ports of their faid Majefties, be detained...
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A collection of treaties between Great Britain and other powers. By George ...

Great Britain - 1790
...carry whitherfoever they pleafe the fhips •and goods taken from their enemies, without being obliged obliged to pay any fee to the officers of the admiralty, or to any judges whatever ; nor fhall the faid prizes, when they arrive at and enter the ports of their faid Majefties, be detained...
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The Universal Magazine, Volume 97

Literary Criticism - 1795
...to the faid parties refpenively, to carry whither» foever they pleaie the Ihips anil goods ta* ken from their enemies, without' being obliged to pay...officers of the admiralty, or to any judges whatever; nor (hall the laid prizes when they arrive at, and enter the ports of the faid parties be detained or feized,...
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Treaty of amity, commerce, and navigation, between His Britannick Majesty ...

Great Britain - Great Britain - 1795 - 33 pages
...privateers, belonging to the faid parties refpe&ively, to carry whiiherfoever they pleafe the (hips and goods taken from their enemies, without being obliged to pay any fee to the offices of the Admiralty, or to any judges whatever ; nor (hall the faid prizes when they arrive at,...
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