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Extracts from the proceedings of the Court of Vice-Admiralty in Charles-Town, South-Carolina : in the cause, George Roupell, Esq ; v. the ship Ann and goods : With a few explanatory remarks. : To which is subjoined, some general observations on American custom-house officers, and courts of vice-admiralty. : [Eight lines from Postlethwayt]. Preview this item
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Extracts from the proceedings of the Court of Vice-Admiralty in Charles-Town, South-Carolina : in the cause, George Roupell, Esq ; v. the ship Ann and goods : With a few explanatory remarks. : To which is subjoined, some general observations on American custom-house officers, and courts of vice-admiralty. : [Eight lines from Postlethwayt].

Author: Henry Laurens; Benjamin Chew
Publisher: [Philadelphia] : America : Printed [by William and Thomas Bradford], Anno Domini, M, DCC, LXVIII. [1768]
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Named Person: George Roupell; Henry Laurens; Egerton Leigh, Sir
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Henry Laurens; Benjamin Chew
OCLC Number: 62809662
Notes: "Mr. Roupell, a searcher belonging to the custom-house, had ... seized a vessel belonging to Henry Lawrens ... This is a short, plain state of the case ... held before the Honorable Egerton Leigh ..."--P. iv.
Published by Henry Laurens, who wrote the explanatory remarks. The introduction and "General observations" were written by Benjamin Chew. Cf. Rogers, George C., ed. The papers of Henry Laurens, v. 6. Rogers supplies the printers' names.
Description: 1 online resource (iv, 20 p.)

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