An Essay Upon Marine Evidence, in the Courts of Law and Equity, in which is Considered the Competency of a Marine Witness, the Legal Title to British Ships, the Proof and Construction of a Ship's Policy, and the Evidence Necessary to Establish a Variety of Nautical Subjects: To which is Added a Glossary of Sea Terms, which Frequently Occur in Marine Pleadings, Volume 3
J. Butterworth and Son; (etc., etc.), 1819 - Evidence (Law) - 253 pages
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