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Before the Most Noble and Right Honorable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes. Den Arend Op Zee, Jan Hendrick Siebes, master. Jan Hendrick Siebes, a burgher and inhabitant of Antwerp, and a subject of the Emperor of Germany, the master of the said ship, and claimant on behalf of himself and also of Mess. N. De Wall Veydt, Van Ravestyn and Company, of Ostend, imperial subjects, and others, neutral subjects, the true and lawful owners and proprietors of the goods, wares and merchandizes laden on board the said ship, - - appellant. Robert Sutton, Esquire, commander of His Majesty's ship of war the Dolphin; John Willett Payne, Esquire, commander of His Majesty's ship of war Leander; Henry Savage, Esquire, commander of His Majesty's ship of war Hercules; the Hon. William Carnigie, Esquire, commander of His Majesty's ship of war Enterprize; and Isaac Vaillant, Esquire, commander of His Majesty's ship of war Namesis, the captors; and James Heseltine, Esquire, His Majesty's procurator-general, - - - respondents. On an appeal from the Court of Vice-Admiralty for the island of Barbadoes. Appellant's case Preview this item
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Before the Most Noble and Right Honorable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes. Den Arend Op Zee, Jan Hendrick Siebes, master. Jan Hendrick Siebes, a burgher and inhabitant of Antwerp, and a subject of the Emperor of Germany, the master of the said ship, and claimant on behalf of himself and also of Mess. N. De Wall Veydt, Van Ravestyn and Company, of Ostend, imperial subjects, and others, neutral subjects, the true and lawful owners and proprietors of the goods, wares and merchandizes laden on board the said ship, - - appellant. Robert Sutton, Esquire, commander of His Majesty's ship of war the Dolphin; John Willett Payne, Esquire, commander of His Majesty's ship of war Leander; Henry Savage, Esquire, commander of His Majesty's ship of war Hercules; the Hon. William Carnigie, Esquire, commander of His Majesty's ship of war Enterprize; and Isaac Vaillant, Esquire, commander of His Majesty's ship of war Namesis, the captors; and James Heseltine, Esquire, His Majesty's procurator-general, - - - respondents. On an appeal from the Court of Vice-Admiralty for the island of Barbadoes. Appellant's case

Publisher: [London : s.n., 1785]
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Genre/Form: Early works to 1800
Named Person: Jan Hendrick Siebes; Robert Sutton; John Willett Payne; Henry Savage; William Carnigie; Isaac Vaillant; James Heseltine
Material Type: Government publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource
OCLC Number: 731291984
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Reproduction Notes: Electronic reproduction. Farmington Hills, Mich. : Cengage Gale, 2009. Available via the World Wide Web. Access limited by licensing agreements.
Description: Online-Datei (9, [1] p. ; 2°)

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