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Report of the salvage case : wherein Laurence Tallon and the owners of the Herald steamer were promovants and the Alexander Robertson, of London (whereof Leonard Whitely was master) and her cargo, impugnants : Easter term, 1838 ; promovant's advocates, Dr. Kelly ... [et al.]; impugnant's advocates, the Queen's advocate ... [et al.] Preview this item
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Report of the salvage case : wherein Laurence Tallon and the owners of the Herald steamer were promovants and the Alexander Robertson, of London (whereof Leonard Whitely was master) and her cargo, impugnants : Easter term, 1838 ; promovant's advocates, Dr. Kelly ... [et al.]; impugnant's advocates, the Queen's advocate ... [et al.]

Author: Laurence Tallon
Publisher: London : Printed by Dever, Bray & Williams, 1838.
Series: World trials library.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Online system or service : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The Alexander Robertson had dismasted itself in severe weather, had broken one of its 2 anchors, and was in danger of succumbing to weather and water when the Herald came upon the vessel in distress.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Trials, litigation, etc
Named Person: Laurence Tallon; Leonard Whitely
Material Type: Online system or service, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Laurence Tallon
OCLC Number: 170937625
Notes: At head of title: Admiralty Court, Ireland.
Reproduction Notes: Image-based digitization. Buffalo, NY : W.S. Hein, 2007. 1 v. (World trials)
Description: 133 p. ; 22 cm.
Series Title: World trials library.

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The Alexander Robertson had dismasted itself in severe weather, had broken one of its 2 anchors, and was in danger of succumbing to weather and water when the Herald came upon the vessel in distress.

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