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TABLE OF CASES CITED.

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Waring et al. v. Clarke et al., 1847, 5 How. 441
Warrior, 1818, 2 Dods. 288
Warrior, 1862, Lush. 476.
Washington, 1801, 1 Pet. Adm. 132
Watega, 1856, Swab. 165
Waterloo, 1820, 2 Dods. 443
Watson v. Rose, 1806, 1 Pet. Adm. 132
Watt, 1843, 2 W. Rob. 70
Wave, 2 Paine, 131
Wave, 4 Eng. L. & Eq. 589
Wayman v. Southard, i Wheat. 24
Wear Packet, 1855, 2 Spks. 256
Webster v. Seekamp, 4 B. & A. 354
Weelvaart Van Pillaw, 1799, 2 Ch. Rob. 128
Werldsborgoren, 1802, 4 Ch. Rob. 17
Wesley, 1861, Lush. 268
Wester-Dell v. Dale, 1797, 7 T. R. 312
Westmoreland, 1841, 1 W. Rob. 227
Weston v. Minot, 1847, 1 Wood & M. 436
Wetmore v. Henshaw, 1815, 12 Johns. 324
Wheelwright v. Depeyster, 1806, 1 Johns. 471
Whelan v. U. States, 7 Cr. 112
White Star, The, 1 Adm. & Eccl. 68
White v. Whitman, 1853, 1 Curt. 495
White v. Willis, 2 Wil. 87
Whitney et al. v. Emmett et al., 1831, 1 Baldw. 316
Whitridge v. Dill et al., 1859, 23 How. 448
Whitten v. Tisdale, 1857, 43 Me. 451
Whitton v. Brig Commerce, 1798, 1 Pet. Adm. 160
Whittredge v. Norris, 1809, 6 Mass. 125 .
Wickham v. Blight, 1834, Gilp. 452
Willard & ux. Admr. v. Dorr, 1823, 3 Mason, 161
Wilkinson v. Fraser, 1803, 4 Esp. 182 .
Wilkinson v. Leland et al., 1829, 2 Pet. 662
William, 1806, 6 Ch. Rob. 369
William, 1847, 2 W. Rob. 522
William, 1858, Swab. 346
William Baggaley, 1866, 5 Wall. 377
William Beckford, 1800, 1801, 3 Ch. Rob. 355
William Hamilton, 1834, 3 Hagg. 168
William Harris, 1837, Ware, 367
William Jarvis (Ship), 1859, 1 Spr. 486 :
William Martin (Schr.), 1859, 1 Spr. 564
William Peele, 1866, 5 Wall. 517
William Penn, 1853, 1 Am. L. Reg. 554
Wilmer v. Smilax, 1804, 2 Pet. Adm. 295 n.
Wilson v. Ohio, 1834, Gilp. 514
Wilson v. Bragdon, 1813, 10 Mass. 79
Windsor Castle, 1843, 2 Notes Cases, Supp. 53
Woolf v. The Oder (Brig), 1802, 2 Pet. Adm. 261
Worsley (Lady), 1855, 2 Spks. 253
Wright v. Bales, 1862, 2 Black, 537

125 121 178 326

124 215, 216 493, 506

379 339

215 254, 284

303 252

452 41, 44

403 409 409 332

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250 326

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P A ᎡT I.

ADMIRALTY JURISPRUDENCE.

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ADMIRALTY JURISPRUDENCE.

CHAPTER I.

The sources from which an accurate knowledge of Admiralty Law may be derived, are many and various. In theory, the United States may seem to have borrowed it directly from England; yet, in practice, reference to other countries and codes is indispensable to consummate that knowledge.

No jurist can satisfy his own mind as to the nature of Admiralty Jurisprudence, or extent of Admiralty Jurisdiction, by a simple recurrence to the legislation or adjudged cases of England alone; and no treatise upon this subject would be either complete or comprehensive which did not also largely draw from what are, in Europe, denominated the Foreign or Marine Ordinances. By this expression are meant certain maritime codes, which, at different periods in the growth and history of commerce, have become incorporated into the Marine Jurisprudence of Europe.

The Maritime Ordinances or Codes originated in the Middle Ages, and not with the so-called great powers of modern Europe; nor is their origin, to any great extent, to be traced back to ancient Greece or Rome, save only such portions thereof as may have survived the wreck of time, and come down to modern times,

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