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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

Author: Laurence Tallon; Ireland. Admiralty Court.
Publisher: London : Printed by Dever, Bray & Williams, 1838.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : 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
Cases
Named Person: Laurence Tallon
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Laurence Tallon; Ireland. Admiralty Court.
OCLC Number: 768568127
Notes: Title from PDF title page, viewed December 20, 2008.
Description: 1 online resource (133 pages)
Other Titles: Admiralty Court, Ireland
Report of the case of salvage, "The Herald Steamer, " v. the "Alexander Robertson"
"Herald Steamer, " v. the "Alexander Robertson"
Responsibility: promovant's advocates: Dr. Kelly, Mr. West, and Mr. Hassard ; proctor: Mr. Robertson ; impugnant's advocates: the Queen's advocate, Drs. Gayer and Gibbon ; proctoer: the Queen's proctor (Mr. Watt).

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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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