Reports of Cases in Prize: Argued and Determined in the Circuit and District Courts of the United States for the Southern District of New York, 1861-65

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1866 - Admiralty - 729 pages

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Page 6 - A MEDICO-LEGAL TREATISE on Malpractice and Medical Evidence, comprising the Elements of Medical Jurisprudence.
Page 339 - Carolina, a person learned in the law to act as attorney of the United States in such district." . . . Section 771 is — "It shall be the duty of every District attorney to prosecute in his district all delinquents for crimes and offences cognizable under the authority of the United States...
Page 18 - I shall hold therefore that a neutral master can never be heard to aver against a notification of blockade, that he is ignorant of it.
Page 78 - Residing in the dominions of the other shall have the privilege of remaining and continuing their trade therein, without any manner of interruption, so long as they behave peaceably, and commit no offence against the...
Page 11 - NEW COMMENTARIES on the LAWS of ENGLAND, in which are interwoven, under a New and Original Arrangement of the General Subject, all such parts of the Work of BLACKSTONE as are applicable to the present times; together with full but compendious Expositions of the Modern Improvements of the Law; the Original and adopted Materials being throughout the Work Typographically distinguished from each other. By HENRY JOHN STEPHEN, Serjeant at Law.
Page 692 - Were there any belts, ball-moulds, saltpetre, nitre, camp equipage, military tools, uniforms, soldiers' clothing or accoutrements, or any parts of them, or any sort of warlike or naval stores? Were any of such warlike or naval stores, or things, thrown overboard to prevent suspicion at the time of the capture ; and were...
Page 409 - ... that the mere touching at any port without importing the cargo into the common stock of the country will not alter the nature of the voyage, which continues the same in all respects, and must be considered as a voyage to the country to which the vessel is actually going for the purpose of delivering her cargo at the ultimate port.
Page 680 - ... principal officer of the captured ship, and must be accompanied by a test affidavit, stating briefly the facts respecting the claim, and its verity, and how the deponent stands connected with or acquired knowledge of it. The same party who may intervene is also competent to attest to the affidavit. RULE 43. The captors of property brought in or held as prize, or which may have been carried into a foreign port, and there delivered upon bail by the captors, shall forthwith libel the same in fact,...
Page 687 - What lading did the vessel carry at the time of her first setting sail in her last voyage, and what particular sort of lading and goods had she on board at the time she was taken ? In what year and in what month was the same put on board ? Set forth the different species of the lading and the quantities of each sort.

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