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Adams Alabama American appeal apply arrived asked attorney authority believe boat British brought called Cape Captain cargo cause charge CHARLES FRANCIS ADAMS Chesapeake circumstances claim colonial command common confederate consideration consul copy course court court of exchequer crew crown December despatch directed doubt Earl Russell Enclosure enlistment error evidence fact February foreign further give given hand hear honor instant instructions January John judge Laird learned leave letter Liverpool London Lord Majesty's government March matter means Messrs month morning necessary neutrality noble obedient servant object officers opinion owners parties persons port practice present prize procedure proceedings provisions question received reference regard respecting rules Secretary sent Seward ship side steamer Table bay taken told took trial Tuscaloosa United vessel violation
Página 154 - An Act for the further amendment of the Process, Practice, and Mode of Pleading in and enlarging the Jurisdiction of the Superior Courts of Common Law at Westminster, and of the Superior Courts of Common Law of the Counties Palatine of Lancaster and Durham.
Página 661 - Majesty, it shall be lawful for One of Her Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State, or...
Página 192 - I am directed by the Governor, to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of yesterday's date, relative to the Alabama.
Página 150 - A writ of error shall not be necessary or used in any cause, and the proceeding to error shall be a step in the cause...
Página 688 - Orders apply as much to prize cargoes of every kind which may be brought by any armed ships or privateers of either belligerent into British waters as to the captured vessels themselves. They do not, however, apply to any articles which may have formed part of any such cargoes, if brought within British jurisdiction, not by armed ships or privateers of either belligerent, but by other persons who may have acquired or may claim property in them by reason of any dealings with the captors.
Página 349 - Wentzel, standing in for Table Bay, On my pointing out to him that he had done so in neutral waters, he assured me that it was quite unintentional, and, being at a distance from the land, he did not observe that he had got within three miles of an imaginary line drawn from the Cape of Good Hope to Cape Hanglip, but on discovering it he did not detain the vessel.
Página 135 - And in case of refusal or neglect to admit the same within six days after service of such notice, or within such further time as may be allowed by the court or a judge...
Página 375 - This assumption, however, is not consistent with Her Majesty's undoubted right to determine within her own territory whether her own orders, made in vindication of her own neutrality, have been violated or not. < The question remains what course ought to have been taken by the authorities of the Cape — 1st.