A Treatise on Admiralty and Prize: Together with Some Suggestions for the Guide and Government of United States Naval Commanders in Maritime Wars

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Hurd and Houghton, 1869 - 709 páginas
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General Hamilton 1805 6 Ch Rob 61
24
Invincible 1814 2 Gall
29
Action of American Colonists
34
CHAPTER III
40
Commercen 1816 1 Wheat 382
42
Albert Crosby 1860 Lush
44
Mary Ford see McDonough v Danery
45
Onni
52
English authorities not numerous
55
Liability to damages now limited
63
Other rules for navigation
69
Child 1840 Daveis
71
Coombss Case 1838 12 Pet
72
Isabella 1799 2 Ch Rob 241
77
Jonge Pieter 1801 4 Ch Rob
79
CHAPTER V
81
George 1823 1 Hagg 168 n to The Bulmer
89
Bags of Linseed 1861 1 Black 108
91
Alexander 1801 4 Ch Rob
93
Massasoit 1844 1 Spr
97
Salvors who may
100
Blanchard et al v Page et al 1857 8 Gray 293
102
Medora 1847 5 Notes of Cases 294
107
Nature of Salvage
112
Retburg 1800 3 Esp
121
25
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Catalina 1854 2 Spks 23
125
Delphos 1849 Newb 412
126
Elizabeth 1798 1 Pet Adm
129
Baltimore 1817 2 Dods
138
George Dean 1857 Swab 290
140
Josephine 1856 Swab
152
Medora 1853 1 Spks 17
153
366
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Winnisimmet Ferry 1848 i Spr
160
Orbona 1853 1 Spks
161
Extended in United States by Congress
173
449
175
Definitions
177
Leo 1862 Lush 444
182
Improved by Parliament in England
186
Bonaparte 1850 i Eng L
188
Comth Ins Co 1839 21 Pick 456
189
Corner 1863 Br Lush 161
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CHAPTER VIII
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Osprey 1854 1 Spr 245
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Kennersley Castle 1833 3 Hagg 1
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Coromandel 1857 Swab
205
Lien for on domestic or foreign ships
211
Desdemona 1856 Swab 158
215
Leucade 1854 Spks Pr Ca
217
Massachusetts acts and general laws
218
Alexander 1812 1 Dods 280
219
Ostsee 1855 2 Spks 170 Spks Pr Ca 175
220
1
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PAGE
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English cases exception becomes the rule
233
CHAPTER X
243
Usual stipulations in contract
249
Alligator 1812 1 Gall 145
251
A judge of Admiralty + qualifications
304
Linda 1857 Swab
306
Jan Hendrik 1853 1 Spks 181
308
Bark Huntress 1863 2 Spr 61
313
Cathcart 1867 1 Adlm Eccl
314
Catharine Maria 1790 1 Pet Adm 424
322
CHAPTER XI
324
Golden Rose 1798 Bee 131
334
Authorities
337
General Jurisdiction
339
Murray 1848 Abb
340
Graff Arthur Bernstorff 1854 2 Spks 30
342
Pilotage a necessary expenditure
343
Mentor 1799 1 Ch Rob 179
344
Maritime Liens Sir John Jerviss definition
345
CHAPTER IV
346
CHAPTER XIV
353
Extent of jurisdiction in United States
357
Baltimore Ins Co 1813 7 Cr
358
PAGE
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Waln 1816 2 Serg R 229
362
Reilly 1814 3 Wash 298
366
Property Derelict 1825 1 Hagg
383
CHAPTER XV
390
Amelie 1867 6 Wall 18
396
CHAPTER XVI
401
Catara 1814 2 Gall 61
406
Captors liability for costs and damages
408
CHAPTER XVIII
410
Atwood 1826 4 Pick 234
412
CHAPTER XIX
428
Charles 1842 Newb 329
429
CHAPTER XX
434
America 1800 3 Ch Rob 36
437
CHAPTER XXI
438
English doctrines of blockade established recently in 1854
445
Patapsco Ins Co v Southgate 1831 5 Pet 620
451
Randolph 1834 Gilp
457
Amor Parentum 1799 1 Ch Rob 303
469
Guillaume Tell 1808 Edw 616
490
Charlotte Caroline 1812 i Dods 192
495
Regular and irregular jettison
498
Anna 1805 5 Ch Rob 273
500
Gustaf 1862 Lush
506
Die Jungfer Charlotta 1809 1 Acton
523
Peerless 1860 Lush 30
530
Baltic ports blockade cases reviewed
531
Peggy 1802 4 Ch Rob 304
541
Blockade cases during American Rebellion
546
Cuba 1862 2 Spr 168
552
JOINT CAPTURE definitions by Lushington and Sprague
557
Dike et al v The St Louis 1855 6 McLean
576
Arbitration inadmissible because not likely to be effectual
599
Proclamation shows the animus of ministers and a contingent overt
611
With suggestions to guide and govern U S naval officers in their
617
Diligentia 1814 1 Dods 404
628
Dodge Healy Brig ats Clarke et al 1827 4 Wash
651
Eyre 1829 Gilp 147
670
Driver 1804 5 Ch Rob 145
703
Pensacola 1864 Br Lush 306
708

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