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Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes, Frederick, Hugh Graham, master, Rowland Craig, the supercargo, claimant of the ship, on behalf of Henry Sadler and Co., of New York, and of the Cargo, on behalf of the said Henry Sadler and Co., John and Nathan M'Vicar and Co., William Baillie, John Juhel and Co., and Gurdon S. Mumford, al of New York, and respectively citizens of the United States of America, appellant, against James Newman, Esq., commander of His Majesty's ship of war La Loire, respondent [electronic resource] : on an appeal from the High Court of Admiralty of England : appellant's case.

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Main Author: Craig, Rowland
Other Names: Newman, James,
Published: [London?] : Printed by G. Woodfall, [1808?]
Topics: Prizes (Property captured at sea) - Great Britain. | Prize law - Great Britain. | Damages - Great Britain. | Trials (Trespass) - Great Britain. | Trials (Fraud) - Great Britain. | Craig, Rowland, - Trials, litigation, etc. | Newman, James, - Trials, litigation, etc.
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245 10|aBefore the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes, Frederick, Hugh Graham, master, Rowland Craig, the supercargo, claimant of the ship, on behalf of Henry Sadler and Co., of New York, and of the Cargo, on behalf of the said Henry Sadler and Co., John and Nathan M'Vicar and Co., William Baillie, John Juhel and Co., and Gurdon S. Mumford, al of New York, and respectively citizens of the United States of America, appellant, against James Newman, Esq., commander of His Majesty's ship of war La Loire, respondent |h[electronic resource] : |bon an appeal from the High Court of Admiralty of England : appellant's case.
246 3 |aRowland Craig, the supercargo, claimant of the ship, on behalf of Henry Sadler and Company of New York, and of the Cargo, on behalf of the said Henry Sadler and Company, John and Nathan M'Vicar and Company, William Baillie, John Juhel and Company, and Gurdon S. Mumford, al of New York, and respectively citizens of the United States of America, appellant, against James Newman, Esq., commander of His Majesty's ship of war La Loire, respondent
260 |a[London?] :|bPrinted by G. Woodfall,|c[1808?]
300 |a8 p. :|bcharts.
500 |a"(Bush and G. Jenner.)"
500 |aReproduction of the original from Harvard Law School Library.
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes : the Schooner Suwarrow, Thomas Frost, master : James Helm, the supercargo and claimant of the said schooner, her tackle, apparel and furniture, on behalf of himself, an inhabitant of Baltimore and a citizen of the United States and also claimant of the cargo laden on board the said schooner, on behalf of James Bacon, also of Baltimore aforesaid and a citizen of the United States, appellant, against Edward Woolcomne, Esq., commander of His Majesty's ship of war Hippomenes, the captor of the said schooner and cargo, respondent : on an appeal from the Vice-Admiralty Court of Antigua : appellant's case. [London] : Printed by J. and J. Walter, [1807].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes : Suwarrow, Thomas Frost, master : James Helm, describing himself a citizen of the United States of America, supercargo, claimant of the ship and cargo as American property, appellant, Edward Woolcombe, Esq., commander of His Majesty's ship Hippomenes and His Majesty's procurator general, respondents : an appeal from the Vice-Admiralty Court at Antigua : respondents' case. [London] : Brooke, printer, [1807].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes : the Suwarrow, Thomas Frost, master : appendix. [London] : Printed by J. and J. Walter, [1807].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes : Indus, David Myrick, master : Abishai Barnad, of Boston in North America and a citizen of the United States of America, supercargo and claimant of the said Ship Indus, her tackle, apparel and furniture and of 25000 bags coffee, laden on board the said ship, for and on behalf of David Sears and Honathan Champman, of Boston in North America, merchants and citizens of the said United States, the true, lawful and sole owners and propritors thereof, also David Myrick, the master, a citizen of the said United States, claimant of 174 bags coffee, as his sole and exclusive property, excepting so much thereof as will amount to about 320 dollars, belonging to Jonathan Champman and John Odin, of Boston, merchants and citizens of the United States, on whose behalf he is claimant thereof, appellants, against John Poer Beresfordm Esquire, commander of His Majesty's ship Cambrian, respondents : on an appeal from the Vice-Admiralty Court of the Province of Nova Scotia : case on behalf of the appellants. [London] : Brooke, printer, [1807].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes : Indus, David Myrick, master : Abishai Barnad, the supercargo, claimant of the ship and cargo, as American property and also claimant of his own private adventure and the said David Meyrick, the master, also claimant of his private, appellants, John Poo Beresford, Esq., commander of His Majesty's ship Camerian, the captor and His Majesty's procurator-general, respondents : appeals from the Vice-Admiralty Court of Nova Scotia : respondents' case. [London] : Brooke, printer, [1807].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes : Indus, David Myrick, master : appendix. [London] : Brooke, printer, [1807].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes : Indus, David Myrick, master : additional appendix on behalf of the claimants and appellants. [London] : Printed by M. and S. Brooke, [1807].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes : (an appeal from the Vice-Admiralty Court of Gibralitar) : Nord Stern, mads. Gronhoff Samsing, master : case and appendix, on admission of Pott's responsive allegation. [London] : Joyce Gold, [1807].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes : (an appeal from the High Court of Admiralty of England, November 1805) : La Madona Del Carmine Anime Del Purgatorio, So Marcilli, master. [London] : Printed by W. Wilison, [1807].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes : Maria Margaretha, Joseph Hagguist, master : an appeal from the High Court of Admiralty of England : William Tooke Robinson, of London, merchant, claimant of the said ship Maria Margaretha, her tackle, apparel and furniture and all and singular the goods, wares and merchandize, laden therein, consisting of pitch, tar, deals and iron, on behalf of Messrs. Herman and Charles Hockert, of Wasa, in the kingdom of Sweden, subjects of his Swedish Majesty, the true, lawful and only owners and proprietors thereof, appellant, against Leiutenant Peter Rye, commander of His Majesty's armed cutter Earl Spencer, the captor of the said ship and cargo and Charles Bishop, Esq., His Majesty's procurator general, respondents : the appellant's case. [London] : G. Woodfall, printer, [1805].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes : (an appeal from the High Court of Admiralty of England) : Maria Margaretha, Joseph Hagguist, master : William Tooke Robinson of London, merchant, claimant of the vessel and cargo, as Swedish property, appellant, Peter Rye, commander of His Majesty's armed cutter Earl Spencer, the captor and His Majesty's procurator, respondents : respondent's case. [London] : Strahan and Preston, [1805].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes : Maria Margareta, Josseph Hagguist, master : an appeal from the High Court of Admiralty of England : appendix. [London] : Brooke, printer, [1805].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes : Neptunus, Zacharias Ervast, master : an appeal from the High Court of Admiralty of England : William Tooke Robinson, of London, merchant, claimant of the said ship Neptunus, her tackle, appparel and furniture and all and singular the goods, wares and merchandize, on behalf of Andrew Roos, of Gamale Carleby, in Swedish, merchant, the true, lawful and only owner and proprietor thereof, appellants, against Lieutenant Christopher Sparks, commander of His Majesty's armed cutter Fly, the captor and Charles Bishop, Esquire, His Majesty's procurator general, respondents : the appellant's case. [London : s.n., 1805].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes : Neptunus, Zacharias Ervast, master : William Tooke Robinson, of London, merchant, claimant of the said ship and cargo, as the property, in Sweden, merchant, appellant : Christopher Sparks, commander of His Majesty's schooner Fly and His Majesty's procurator-general, respondents : on an appeal from the High Court of Admiralty of England : respondents' case. [London] : Brooke, printer, [1805].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes : Neptunus, Zacharias Ervast, master : an appeal from the High Court of Admiralty of England : appendix. [London : s.n., 1805].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes : Adonis J.O. Gotichalk, master : an appeal from the High Court of Admiralty : William Tooke Robinson, of London, merchant, claimant of the ship, on behalf of P.H.F. Reimer and others, of Stralsund, Swedish subjects and also claimant of the cargo, on behalf of John Westin, of Stockholm, merchant, likewise a Swedish subject, appellant, Lieutenant Robert Benhamin Young, commander of His Majesty's cutter Enterprenante, the captor and Charles Bishop, Esq., His Majesty's procutor general, respondents : appellant's case. [London] : Printed by Biggs & Hollingsworth, [1805].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes : Adonis J.O. Gotichalk, master : William Tooke Robinson of London, merchant, claimant of the ship and cargo as Swedish property, appellant, Robert Benjamin Young, Esquire, commander of His Majesty's cutter Enterprenante and His Majesty's procurator general, respondents : (on an appeal from the High Court of Admiralty of England) : respondents' case. [London] : C. and M. Baldwin, Printers, [1805].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes : Adonis, Joachim Oldrick Gottschalk, master : joint appendix. [London] : Printed by Biggs & Hollingsworth, [1805].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes : (an appeal from the High Court of Admiralty of England) : Irene, Luppe Janz Lubben, master : Nicholas Albert Martinius, of London, merchant, one of the partners in the House of Trade acting under the firm of Soltau, Martinius and Soltau, of London, merchants, claimant of the said ship and cargo, as the property of certain Hamburgh and Prussian subjects hereinafter specified, appellant, against Alexander Campbell, Esquire, commander of His Majesty's ship of war Amethyst, the captor of the said ship and cargo, respondents : case on behalf of the appellant. [London] : Strahan and Preston, [1805].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes : Irene, Luppe Jans Lubben, master : Nicholas Albert Martinius, of London, merchant, claimant of the ship and cargo, as neutral property, appellant, Alexander Campbell, Esq., commander of His Majesty's ship of war Amethyst, the captor and His Majesty's procurator general, respondents : on an appeal from the High Court of Admiralty of England : respondents' case. [London] : Printed by M. and S. Brooke, [1805].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes : (an appeal from the High Court of Admiralty of England) : Irene, Luppe Jans Lubben, master : appendix. [London] : Strahan and Preston, [1805].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes : (an appeal from the High Court of Admiralty of England) : Spes, Henrick Lutje Cornelis, master : Nicholas Albert Martinius, of London, merchant, one of the partners in the House of Trade of Messrs. Soltau, Martinius and Soltau, of London, merchants, claimant of the said ship on behalf of Messrs. Berend Roofen's Hairs and of the principal part of the cargo, on behalf of Messrs. Widow and Co., burghers, merchants and inhabitants of the Free Imperial City of Hamburgh, the true, lawful and sole owners and proprietors thereof, appellant, against Alexander Campell, Esquire, commander of His Majesty's ship of war Amethyst, the captor of the said ship and cargo, respondents : case on behalf of the appellant. [London] : Strahan and Preston, [1805].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes : (an appeal from the High Court of Admiralty of England) : Spes, Hendrick Lutje Cornelis, master : Nicholas Albert Martinius of London, merchant, claimant of the ship and parts of the cargo, as the property of subjects of the Free Imperial City of Hamburgh, appellant, Alexander Campbell, Esquire, commander of His Majesty's ship of war Amethust, the captor and His Majesty's procurator general, respondents : respondents' case. [London] : Strahan and Preston, [1805].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes : (an appeal from the High Court of Admiralty of England) : Spes, Hendrick L. Cornelis, master : appendix. [London] : Strahan and Preston, [1805].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes : Nra. Sra. Del Buen Viage, Joze Fern Andez Chaves, master : Lieutenanat John Nugents, commander of His Majesty's armed cutter Nile, the captor of the said ship and cargo and Charles Bishop, Esq., His Majesty's procurator general, appellant, against Joaquim Menoyo, (of the house of Larra Sabal and Menoyo, of London, merchants), the claimant of the said ship, as the sole property of the said permanants, Chaves, the master, a subject of the King of Spain and also claimant of the cargo of the said ship, as the property of Francisco D'arango Ortuan, Fuan Antonin de la Costa, Messrs. Vial, Son and Co., and Fosef Maria Benego, respectively of Sant Andero, merchants and subjects of the King of Spain, respondents : (on an appeal from the High Court of Admiralty of England) : respondent's case. [London] : Printed by W. Wilion, [1805].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes : Hercules, Samuel Simmons, master, or, T. Rising, master : the said Tilney Rising, of Exmounth in the country of Devon, mariner, a subject of Our Sovereign Lord the King, claimant of the said ship, her tackle, apparel and furniture and a small quantity of ammunition on board the same, as his own property appellants, against Thomas John Cochrane, Esq., commander of His Majesty's frigate Faston, John S. Watt, Esq., commander of His Majesty's brig Hart, Lieutenant Sahnon, commander of His Majesty's schooner Tobago and Lieutenanat Henderson, commander of His Majesty's ship Maria (the captors) respondents : (on an appeal from the Court of Vice-Admiralty of Tortola) : case on behalf of the appellant. [London] : Printed by W. Wilson, [1805].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes : Hercules, Samuel Simmons, or, Tilney Rising, master : Tilney Rising, describing himself a subject of Our Sovereign Lord the King, claimant of the said ship and a small quantity of ammunition on board, as his own property, appellant, Thomas John Cochrane, Esq., commander of His Majesty's Ship Janson, John S. Watt, Esq., commander of His Majesty's brig Hart, Lieutenant Salmon, commander of His Majesty's schooner Tobago, of His Majesty's ship Maria and His Majesty's procurator general, respondents : an appeal from the Vice-Admiralty Court at Tortola : respoondents' case. [London] : Brooke, printer, [1807].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes : Hercules, Samuel Simmons, master, or, T. Rising, master : the said Tilney Rising, of Exmouth, in the country of Devon, mariner, a subject of Our Sovereign Lord the King, claimant of the said ship, her tackle, apparel and furniture and a small qualtity of ammunition on board the same, as his own property appellant, against Thomas John Cochrane, Esq., commander of His Majesty's frigate Fason, John S. Watt, Esq., commander of His Majesty's brig Hart; lieutenant Salmon, commander of His Majesty's schooner Tobago and Lieutenant Henderson, commander of His Majesty's Ship Maria (the captors) respondents : (on an appeal from the Court of Vice-Admiralty for Tortola) : joint appendix. [London] : Printed by W. Wilson, [1807].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes : Hercules, Tilney Rising, master : additional appendix on behalf of the captor. [London] : Brooke, printer, [1808].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes : Charlotte, Jacob Witt, master : (an appeal from the High Court of Admiralty) : Andrew Caspar Giese, Esq., claimant of the ship, on behalf of Michale Boehm, of Konigsburg and the cargo on behalf of Mr. Assessor Orro H. Pohrschcke, also of Konigsberg, both Prussian subjects, appellant, John Nicholas, Esq., commander of His Majesty's Ship Eurydice, the captor and also against George Gostling, Esq., His Majesty's procurator-general, in his office of admiralty, respondents : the appellant's case. [London] : Wright, printer, [1806].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes : the Charlotte, Jacob Witt, master : Andrew Gaspar Giese, of London, merchant, claimant of the said ship on behalf of Michael Boehm, of Koningsburg, merchant, a Prussian subject and also claimant of the whole of the cargo, laden and on board the ship, on behalf on Otto H. Pohrschcke, of Koningsburg, aforesaid, merchant, likewise a Prussian subject, the sole owner and proprietor thereof, appellant, against George Costling, Esq., His Majesty's procurator general, in his office of admiralty, respondents : case on behalf of His Majesty, in his office of admiralty. [London : s.n., 1808].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes : Charlotte, Jacob Witt, master : joint appendix. [London] : Wright, printer, [1808].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes : L'etrusco, Balthasar Goergi, master : on the question of joint capture : Sir Charles Hamilton, baronet, commander of His Majesty's ship Dido and Lieutenant Micajah Malbon, commander of His Majesty's Cutter Tryal, asserting themselves to be point captor, against Mark Robinson, esquire, commander of His Majesty's ship of war Brilliant, the actual captor of the said ship : case for the hearing on behalf of His Majesty's ship Brilliant. [London] : Strahan and Proston, [1808].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes, l'Etrusco, Balthazar Georgi, master, on the question of joint capture, case on behalf of Sir Charles Hamilton, bart., the commander, and the officers and crew of His Majesty's ship Dido, joint captors of the prize in question. [London] : Printed by S. Hollingsworth, [1807?].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes, l'Etrusco, Balthazar Georgi, master, case on behalf of the commander, officers, and crew, of his majesty's cutter trial. [London : s.n., 1807?].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes, l'Etrusco, Balthazar Georgi, master : appendix to the cases of the respective parties, upon the question of joint capture. [London] : Strahan and Preston, [1807?].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes, l'Etrusco, Balthazar Georgi, master : additional appendix upon the question of joint capture. [London] : Printed by S. Hollingsworth, [1807?].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes, Gustavus Adolphus, Daniel Zetterling, master, William Prowse, commander of the Private ship of war Betsey, (the captor), appellant, against Charles Henry Grill, of London, Esquire, joint consul-general of His Majesty the King of Sweden, for Great Britian, intervening and claiming the said ship and cargo, on behalf, and as the property of Messrs. Eberstein and Co., of Nordkioping, in Sweden, merchants, subjects of His Majesty the King of Sweden, respondents, (on an appeal from the High Court of Admiralty of England) : case on behalf of the appellant. [London] : C. and R. Baldwin, Printers, [1807?].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes, the Gustavus Adolphus, Daniel Zetterling, master, William Prowse, commander of the Private ship of war Betsey, (the captor), appellant, against Charles Henry Grill, of London, Esquire, joint conful-general of His Majesty the King of Sweden, for Great Britian, claimant of Messrs. Ebersein and Co., of Nordkioping, in Sweden, merchants, subjects of His Majesty the King of Sweden, the owners thereof, respondent, (on an appeal from the High Court of Admiralty of England) : the respondent's case. [London] : Printed by W. Wilson, [1807?].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes, Gustavus Adolphus, Daniel Zetterling, master, William Prowse, commander of the Private ship of war Betsey, (the captor), appellant, against Charles Henry Grill, of London, Esq., joint counsul-general of His Majesty the King of Sweden for Great Britian, intervening and claiming the said ship and cargo on behalf, and as the property of Messrs. Eberstein and Co., of Nordkioping, in Sweden, merchants, subjects of His Majesty the King of Sweden, respondents, (on an appeal from the High Court of Admiralty of England) : joint appendix. [London] : C. and R. Baldwin, Printers, [1807?].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes, Vigilantie, H.J. Haryers, master, John Peter Hankey, of London, merchant, claimant of the said ship, her tackle, apparel, and furniture, with freight as usual, on behalf of Messrs. Pundasck, Vollmers and Co., of Bremen, merchants, appear by the papers to be their property, and of the private adventure of the said master, also claimant of an interest of about 3-5ths in 530 petacs and 6 rolls of tobacco, and 24, logs of mahogany (the remaining interest being in the said Pundsack, Vollmersand and Co.), on behalf of H. Duntie, of Bremen, merchant, a subject of the said city, trading under the firm of H. Duntie and Co., appellant, against Charles Stewart, Esq., commander of His Majesty's Ship of war Ethalion, (the captor), and Charles Bishop, Esq., His Majesty's procurator-general, respondents, (on an appeal from the High Court of Admiralty of England) : case on behalf of the appellant. [London] : C. and R. Baldwin, Printers, [1807?].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes, Vigilantie, Hans Jurgen Haryers, master, John Peter Hankey, of London, merchant, claimant of the ship in the High Court of Admiralty, as the property of Messrs. Pundsack, Collmers, and Company, of the free imperial city of Bremen, merchants, and of such parts of the cargo as may appear by the property of the said Messrs. Pundsack, Vollmers, and Company, and also claimant in this court, on behalf of an interst in the goods shipped as the property of the said Pundsack, Vollemers, and Company, appellant, Charles Stuart, Esq., commander of His Majesty's Ship of war Ethalion, the captor, and His Majesty's procurator general, respondents, an appeal from the High Court of Admiralty of England : respoondents' case, 1805. [London] : Printed by M. and S. Brooke, [1807?].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes, Vigilantie, H.J. Haryers, master, John Peter Hankey, of London, merchant, claimant of the said ship, her tackle, apparel, and furniture, with freight as usual, on behalf of Messrs. Pundsack, Vollmers and Co., of Bremen, merchants, subjects of the free imperial city of Bremen, and likewise of subjects of the cargo as might appear by the papers to be their property, and of the private adventure of the said master, also claimant of an interest of about 3-5ths in 530 petacs and 6 rolls of tobacco, and 24 logs of mahognay, (the remaining interest being in the said Pundsack, Vollmers and Co.), on behalf of H. Duntie, of bremen, merchant, a subject of the said city, trading under the firm of H. Duntie and Co., appellant, against Charles Stewarth, Esq., commander of His Majesty's Ship of war Ethalion, (the captor), and Charles Bishop, Esq., His Majesty's procurator-general, respondents, (on an appeal from the High Court of Admiralty of England) : appendix. [London] : C. and R. Baldwin, Printers, [1807?].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes, (an appeal from the High Court of Admiralty of England), Cute Erwartung, Berend Hendrich Gay, master, Berend Hendrich Gay, the master and claimant of the said ship, her tackle, apparel, and furniture, with freight, demurrage, and expences, on behalf of Herman Bilderbeck, a burgher, merchant, inhabitant, and subject of the free imperial city of Lubeek, the sole owner and proprietor of the said ship, Nicholas Albert Martinius, one of the partners in the house of trade, acting under the firm of Soltan, Martinius, and Soltan, of London, merchants, claimants of 50 bags of cotton wool, part of the cargo, on behalf of L.H. Wallaob, a burgher, merchant, inhabitant, and subject of the free imperial city of Hamburg, the sole owner and proprietor thereof, and James Fenning, one of the partners in the house of trade, acting under the firm of James Warre and Co., of London, merchants, claimants of 133 bags of cotton wool, further part of the cargo, on behalf of mano ribeiro de mesquite pimento, ot operte, merchant, a subject of Her Most Faithful Majesty the Queen of Portugal, the sole owner and proprietor thereof, appellants, against Lieutenant Artbur Stow, commander of His Majesty's gun steady, the captor of the said ship and cargo, respondents : case on behalf of the appellants. [London : s.n., 1807?].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes, Gute Erwartung, B.H. Gay, master, (an appeal from the High Court of Admiralty of Engliand), Henry Burmester, of London, merchant, claimant of part of the cargo, as Portuguese property, appellant, against Lient. Arthur Stowe, commander of His Majesty's gun brig Steady, the captor, and Charles Bishop, Esq., His majesty's procurator general, respondents : the appellant's case. [London] : Printed by W. Wilson, [1807?].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes, Gute Erwartung, Berend Hendrick Gay, master, Berend Hendrick Gay, the master, and claimant of the ship as Lubec property, Nicholas Albert Martinius, Henry Brumerster, and James Fenning, of London, merchants, claimants of parts of the cargo as neutral property, appellants, Lieutenant Arthur Stowe, commander of His Majesty's gun brig Steady, the captor, and His Majesty's procurator, respondents, appeal from the High Court of Admiralty of England : respondents' case, 1807. [London] : Brooke, printer, [1807?].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes, (an appeal from the High Court of Admiralty of England), Cute Erwartung, Berend Hendrich Gay, master : appendix. [London] : Strahan and Preston, Printers, [1807?].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes, Mercurio, Alberto Jose Carvalho, master, Dantel Hamon, commander of the Private ship of war Phenix, the captor, appellant, against John Charles Lucena, of London, merchant, claimant of the ship on behalf of Luis Antohio Chaves, of Lison, merchant, a subject of Portugal, and of the cargo as being free on board a Portugueze ship, respondents, an appeal from the High Court of Admiralty of England : appellant's case, 1807. [London] : Printed by M. and S. Brooke, [1807?].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes, (an appeal from the High Court of Admiralty of England), Mercurio, Alberto Jose de Carvalho, master, Daniel Hamon, commander fo the Private ship of war Phoenix, and Philip Le Roux, commander of the Private ship of war Providence, the captors of the said ship and cargo, appellants, against John Charles Lucena, Esquire, consul general of Her Most Faithful Majesty the Queen of Portugal, claimant of the said ship, on behalf of Luis Antonio Caboves, of the city of Lisbon, merchant, a subject of Her said Majesty, and of all and singular the cargo, as being free on board a Portuguese ship, respondent : case on behalf of the respondents. [London] : Strahan and Preston, Printers, [1807?].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes, Mercurio Alberto Jose de Carvalho, master : appendix, 1807. [London] : Printed by M. and S. Brooke, [1807?].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes, the Henrick and Maria, Johan Christian Baar, master, (an appeal from the High Court of Admiralty), Jens Wolff, of London, Esquire, claimant of the ship, on behalf of Hendrick Erboe, of Longfound, merchant, a Danish subject, the owner thereof, appellant, against Charles White, Esq., commander of His Majesty's ship Vestal, the captor, and James Heseltine, Esq., His Majesty's procurator general, respondents : the appellant's case. [London] : Printed by W. Wilson, [1807?].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes, Henrick and Maria, Johan Christian Baar, master, Jens Wolff, of London, Esq., claimant of the ship, as Danish property, appellant, Charles White, Esq., commander of His Majesty's Ship of war Vestal, and His Majesty's procurator general, respondents, on an appeal from the High Court of Admiralty of England : respondents' case, 1804. [London] : Brooke, printer, [1807?].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes, Henrick and Maria, Johan Christian Baar, master : appendix. [London] : Printed by A. Strahan, law-printer to His Majesty, [1807?].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes, the Jonge Jan, H.H. Meyer, master, (an appeal from Gibraltar), H.H. Meyer, the master, and claimant of the ship and freight, &c., as Danish property, appellant, against Anthony Tartavello, commander of the Private ship of war Minorca, the captor, respondents : the respondent's case. [London] : Printed by W. Wilson, [1807?].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes, the Jonge Jan, H.H. Meyer, master, (an appeal from Gibraltar) : joint appendix. [London] : Printed by W. Wilson, [1807?].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes, the Clucklicke Peter, Schwen Mattheissen, master, (an appeal from Jamaica), Schwen Mattheissen, the master (formerly chief mate) and claimant of the ship and freight, on behalf on behalf of Peter Godeffrety, of Hawburgh, a subject of the free imperial city of Hamburg, the sole owner there of, appellant from the decree of the court below, in respect of the ship, against Robert Mends, Esq., commander of His Majesty's ship Diligence, the captor, and James Heseltine, Esq., His Meajesty's procurator general, respondent, the said Robert Mends and James Heseltine, appellant from the restitution of the cargo, against Solomon Levien, of the island of Jamaica, merchant, claimant of the said ship, on behalf of Messrs. Bynteno Bovera and Urkeitta, subjects and inhabitants of the find free imperial city of Hamburgh, the sole owners thereof, respondent : case on behalf of the claimants. [London] : Printed by W. Wilson, [1807?].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes, (an appeal from the Vice-Admiralty Court of the island of Jamaica), Der Glucklike Peter, Schiven Mattheisen, master : appeal of the claimant : Schiven Mattheisen, the master and claimant of the said ship, on behalf of Peter Godeffort of the Free Imperial City of Hamburg, the asserted sole owner and proprietor thereof, appellant, against Robert Mends, Esquire, commander of His Majesty's Ship of war Diligence, the captor of the said ship, and cargo, and James Heseltine, Esquire, His Majesty's procurator-general, respondents, appeal of the captors, the said Robert Mends and James Heseltine, Esquires, appellants, against Solomon Levien, of Kingston in the island of Jamaica, merchant, claimant of the cargo of Messrs. Brentano, Bovara, Urbietta, and Co., of the said City of Hamburgh, merchants, the asserted sole owners and proprietors thereof, respondents : case on behalf of the captors. [London : Printed by A. Strahan, law-printer to His Majesty, [1803?].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes, (appeal from Jamaica), Der Cliucklilcke Peter, Schiven Mattheissen, master : joint appendix. [London] : Printed by A. Strahan, law-printer to His Majesty, [1803?].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes, Gratitudine, Giacomo Mazzola, master, Giacomo Mazzolo, the master, claimant of the said ship, her Tackle, apparel and furniture, on behalf of Messrs. Giovanni Vanoutgarden, of Venice, merchats, and subjects of the Emperor of Germany, also claimant of the cargo, on behalf of himself, and of the private adventures of the officers and crew of the said ship, appellant, versus, Henry Morris, commander of the private ship of war Black Mary, the captor, respondent : on an appeal from the Vice-Admiralty Court of Antigua : appellant's case 1807. [London] : Brooke, printer, [1803?].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes, Gratitudine, Giacomo Mazzola, master, Giacomo Mazzola, the master, describing himself a subject of the Emperor of Germany, claimant of the cargo as his own property appellant, and Henry Morris, commander of the private Ship of war Black Mary, the captor respondent : an appeal from the Vice-Admiralty Court at Antigua : respondent's case, 1807. [London?] : s.n., [1807?].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes, Graittudine, Giacomo Mazzola, master : appendix, 1807. [London] : Brooke, printer, [1807?].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes, Gratitudine, Giacomo Mazzola, master : additional appendix on behalf of the appellant. [London] : G. Woodsall, printer, [1807?].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes, the Reimsdyke, James M'iver, master : (an appeal from Antigua), William King, claimant of the Ship and 376, slaves, on behalf of Jamaica, King of London, merchant, a subject of our Sovereign Lord the King, and also claimant of 24 slaves, Marked B on the Arm, on behalf of John Blenkarne, likewise a subject of our Sovereign Lord the King, the sole owner thereof, appellant, against Peter Hunt, Esq., commander of His Majesty's sloop Hotmet, the captor, and Charles Bishop, Esq., His Majesty's procurator general respondents : the appellant's case : to be heard before their Lordship, at the Council Chamber, Whiteball, on [actual word not printed or supplied] the day of 1805. [Doctor's Commons] : Printed by W. Wilson, [1807?].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes, Reimsdyke, James M'iver, master, William King, claimant of the ship and 376 slaves as the property of Thomas King, described a British subject, and resident in London, also claimant of 24 slaves, as the property of John Blenkhorn, likewife described a British subject, appellant, Peter Hunt, Esq., commander of His Majesty's ship Hornet, the captor, and His Majesty's procurator general, respondents : on an appeal from the Vice-Admiralty at Antigua : respondents' case, 1805. [London : printed by M. and S. Brooke, [1805?].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes, the Reimsdyke, James M'iver master : (an appeal from Antigua) : joint appendix. [Lodnon] : Wright, printer, [1805?].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes, Goede Hoop, Thomas Van Thuysen, master, John Carey, claimant of ship and cargo, on behalf of Joseph Bray, Hugh Ferrar Venables, himself, Alexander Leith Davidson, and Stephen Amyott, respoectively true and faithful subjects of our Sovereign Lord the King, appellant, against James Murray Maxwell, Esq., commander of His Majesty's ship of war Centaur, the captor, appellant, against James Murray Maxwell, Esq., commander of His Majesty's ship of War Centaur, the captor, respondent : on an appeal from the Vice-Admiralty Court at Barbadoes : appellant's case, 1805. [Lonodn] : Brooke, printer, [1805?].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes, (on an appeal from the Vice-Admiralty Court at Barbades), Goede Hoop, Thomas Van Thuysen, master, John Carey the supercargo and claimant of the vessel and cargo, (excepting one cosk of hinges) as the property of himself and of Alexander Leith Davidson, Hugh Ferrar Venables, and Joseph Bray, appellant, James Murray Maxwell, Esquire, commander of His Majesty's ship Centaur, the captor, and His Majesty's procurator-general, respondent : respondents's case : to be heard before their Lordships at the Cockpit, Whiteball, on [actual word not printed or supplied] the day of 1805. [London] : Strahan and Preston, [1805?].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes, Goede Hoop, Thomas Van Thuysen, master : appendix, 1805. [London] : Brooke, printer, [1805?].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes, Manhattan, John Bender Lasker, master, our Sovereign Lord the King, and His Majesty's procurator general, appellants, Stephen Smith, the supercargo, claimant of the general cargo, as American property, respondent : an appeal from the Vice-Admiralty Court at Bermuda : appellants' case, 1807. [London] : Brooke, printer, [1807?].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes, the Manhattan, John Bender Lasker, master : an appeal from Bermuda, William H. Byam, commander of His Majesty's sloop of war Busy, captor and appellant, against Stephen Smith, supercargo and claimant of the general cargo on borad the said ship, consisting of sugar, coffee, pepper, and circuina, as the property of Messrs. Minturn and Camplin, of New York, merchants and citizens of the United States of America, claimant and respondent : case on behalf of the claimant and respondent.[London] : Keating, Brown and Keating, Printers, [1807?].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes, Manhattan, John Bender Lasker, master :appendix, 1806. [London] : Brooke, printer, [1806?].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes, the Manhattan, John B. Lasker, master : an appeal from Bermuda : additional appendix on behalf of the respondent. [London] : Keating, Brown and Keating, Printers, [1806?].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes, the Amsterdam Packet, John Smith, master, the said John Smith, the master and Jacob Sulger, Jun., the supercargo, and claimant of the said Ship and cargo, on behalf of Lewis Clapier, Paul Siemen and Jacob Gerrard Kock, respectively of the City of Philadelphia, merchants, and citizens of the United States of America, and also claimants of their respective private adventures, appellants, against Robert Simpson, Esq., commander of His Majesty's sloop of war Driver, the captor of said ship and cargo, respondent : on an appeal from the Vice-Admiralty Court at of Nova Scotia : appellant's case. 1807. [London?] : Printed by J. and J. Walter, [1807?].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes, Amsterdam Packet, John Smith, master, Jacob Sulger, Junior, the supercargo, claimant of the ship and general cargo as American property, and also claimant of his own private adventure, and the said John Smith, the master, also claimant of his private adventure, appellants, John Simpson, Esq., commander of His Majesty's ship Driver, and His Majesty's procurator general, respondents : an appeal from the Vice-Admiralty Court of Nova Scocia : respondents' case, 1807. [London] : Brooke, printer, [1807?].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes, the Amsterdak Packet, John Smith, master : appendix, 1807. [London] : Printed by J. and J. Walter, [1807?].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes, the Schooner Washington, Edward Ford, master, the said Edward Ford, the master and claimant of the said schooner, for and on behalf of John Young and John Willnot, respectively of Baltimore, in North America, merchants and citizens of the United States, appellant, against Randall M'donnell, Esq., commander of His Majesty's ship of War Franchise, the captor of the said ship respondent : (on an appeal from the Vice-Admiralty Court at Jamaica) : appellant's case, 1807. [London] : Printed by W. Wilson, [1807?].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes, Washington, Edward Ford, master, Edward Ford, the master, claimant of the ship as American property appellant, Randall M'donald, Esq., commander of His Majesty's ship Franchise, the captor, and His Majesty's procurator general, respondents : an appeal from the Vice-Admiralty Court at Jamaica, respondents' case, 1807. [London] : Brooke, printer, [1807?].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes, the Washington Edward Ford, master : appendix, 1807. [Doctor's Commons] : Printed by W. Wilson, [1807?].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes, Aurora, Leonard Hall, master, Samuel Williams, of London, merchant, claimant of 45,000 dollars, on behalf of Thomas C. Amory, and Co., and others, all of Boston, and citizens of the United States of America, appellant, against T.B. Capel, Esq., commander of His Majesty's ship of War Phœnix, the captor, respondent : an appeal from the Vice-Admiralty Court of Gibraltar : appellant's case, 1807. [London] : Brooke, printer, [1807?].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes, Aurora, Leonard Hall, master, Samuel Williams, of London, merchant, claimant of 45,000 dollars, as American property, appellant, the Honorable Thomas Bladen capel, commander of His Majesty's Ship phœnix, Peter Parker, Esq., commander of His Majesty's Ship Weazel, and His Majesty's procurator general, respondents : an appeal from the Vice-Admiralty Court at Cibraltar : respondents' case, 1807. [London] : Brooke, printer, [1807?].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes, Aurora, Leonard Hall, master : an appeal from the Vice-Admiraltry Court at Gibraltar : appendix, 1807. [London] : Printed by M. and S. Brooke, [1807?].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes, Mohawk, Gad Peck, master, Gad Peck, the master of the said Ship Mohawk, the claimant of the said Ship and the cargo Laden of Board thereof, appellant, against George Younghusband, Esq., commander of His Majesty's ship of war L'heureux, the captor, and Charles Bishop, Esq., His Majesty's procurator-general, respondent, and George Younghusband, Esq., commander of His Majesty's ship of war L'heureux, the captor, and Charles Bhishop, Esq., His Majesty's procurator-general, appellants, against Gad Peck, the master of the said Ship Mohawk, and claimant if his private adventure Laden on board thereof, respondent : appeals from the Vice-Admiralty Court of Tortola : case on behalf of Gad Peck, the master as claimant of ship and cargo, appellant, and as claimant of his private adventure, respondent, 1807. [London] : Brooke, printer, [1807?].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes, Mohawk, Gad Peck, master, Gad Peck, the master, and calimant of the ship and cargo, as American property, appellant, George Younghusband, Esquire, commander of His Majesty's Ship L'heureux, the captor, and His Majesty's procurator-general, respondents : an appeal from the Vice-Admiralty Court at Tortola : respondents' case, 1807. [London] : Brooke, printer, [1807?].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes, Mohawk, Gad Peck, master : an appeal from the Vice-Admiralty Court of Tortola : appendix to the appellants and respondents cases, 1807. [London] : Brooke, printer, [1807?].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes, (an appeal from Gibraltar), the Wells Z.G. Lampson, master, Z.G. Lampson, the master, and claimant of the ship and cargo, as American property, appellant, Thomas Dundans, Esq., His Majesty's ship Naiad, the captor, and Charles Bishop, Esq., His Majesty's procurator-general, respondents : the appellant's case to be heard before their Lordships, at the Council-Chamber, Whiteball, on [actual word not printed or supplied] the day of 1807. [London] : Wright, printer, [1807?].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes, the Wells, Zachariah Gage Lampson, master, Sachariah Gage Lampson, the master claimant of the principal part of the cargo, as American property, appellant, Thomas Dundans, Esq., commander of His Majesty's ship Naiad, and His Majesty's procurator general, respondents : an appeal from the Vice-Admiralty Court at Gibraltar : respondents' case, 1807. [London] : Brooke, printer, [1807?].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes, the Wells, Z.G. Lampson master : (an appeal from Gibraltar) : joint appendix. [London] : Wright, printer, [1807?].
501 |aWith: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prizes Causes, (an appeal from Gibraltar), the Wells, Z.G. Lampson, master : additional appendix on the part of the claimant and appellant. [London] : Wright, printer, [1807?].
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600 10|aNewman, James,|vTrials, litigation, etc.
650 0|aPrizes (Property captured at sea)|zGreat Britain.
650 0|aPrize law|zGreat Britain.
650 0|aDamages|zGreat Britain.
650 0|aTrials (Trespass)|zGreat Britain.
650 0|aTrials (Fraud)|zGreat Britain.
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904 |aCraig, Rowland, appellant.
904 |aNewman, James, respondent.
905 |aCivil.

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