Great Britain. High Court of Admiralty
Wielka Brytania. High Court of Admiralty.
Great Britain. Court of Admiralty
Grande-Bretagne. Court of Admiralty
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- 110 1 _ ‡a Great Britain. ‡b High Court of Admiralty
4xx's: Alternate Name Forms (10)
- 410 2 _ ‡a Admiralty Court.
- 410 2 _ ‡a Admiralty and Ecclesiastical Courts.
- 410 1 _ ‡a Great Britain. ‡b Admiralty Court
- 410 1 _ ‡a Great Britain. ‡b Admiralty Court ( -1875)
- 410 1 _ ‡a Great Britain. ‡b Admiralty Court.
- 410 1 _ ‡a Great Britain. ‡b Court of Admiralty
- 410 1 _ ‡a Great Britain. ‡b Curia Admiralitatis Angliae
- 410 1 _ ‡a Great Britain. ‡b High Court of Admiralty.
- 410 1 _ ‡a Great Britain. ‡b Suprema Curia Admiralitatis Angliae
- 410 2 _ ‡a High Court of Admiralty.
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|The argument of Doctor Croke, in the High Court of Admiralty (27th November 1799) : in the case of the Hendrick [et] Maria, Johan Christen Baar, master : upon the question of the validity of a sentence of condemnation, whilst a vessel is lying in a neutral port|
|Cases Determined in the Courts of Probate and Divorce in the Admiralty and Ecclesiastical Courts and on Appeal the refrom in the Privy Council and in the Court of Appeal|
|Cases selected from volume [s] I. [-VII.] of Notes of cases.|
|Decisions in the High Court of Admiralty; during the time of Sir George Hay, and of Sir James Marriott, late judges of that court.|
|A digest of cases adjudicated in the courts of admiralty of the United States and in the High court of admiralty in England; together with some topics from the works of Sir Leonline Jenkins, kt. ...|
|Great Britain. High Court of Admiralty records|
|High Court of Admiralty : index to prize papers, 1739-1748.|
|Judgment pronounced in the High Court of Admiralty, in the cases of the Maria--Paulsen, master, the Gratitudine--Mazzola, master|
|The Law Reports.|
|The laws, ordinances, and institutions of the Admiralty of Great Britain, civil and military. ... In two volumes. ...|
|More English adventurers and emigrants, 1625-1777 : Abstracts of Examinations in the High Court of Admiralty with Reference to Colonial America|
|Notes on the principles and practice of prize courts|
|The practice of the Court of Admiralty of Ennd [MI] 1722:|
|Praxis Supremae Curiae Admiralitatis, 1743:|
|Prize papers (HCA 32/494-930) index, 1793-1803|
|Report of prize cases.|
|A report of the case of the Louis, Forest, master : appealed from the Vice-Admiralty Court at Sierra Leone and determined in the High Court of Admiralty, on the 15th of December 1817 : with an appendix|
|Report of the re-opened formal investigation into the loss of the MV Derbyshire|
|Reports of cases argued and determined in the High Court of Admiralty, commencing with the judgments of the Right Hon. Stephen Lushington.|
|Reports of cases determined by the High court of admiralty and upon appeal therefrom, temp. Sir Thomas Salusbury and Sir George Hay, judges, 1758-1774. By Sir William Burrell, bart. . . Together with extracts from the books and records of the High court of admiralty and the Court of the judges delegates, 1584-1839. And a collection of cases and opinions upon admiralty matters, 1701-1781.|
|Revised catalogue of pro lists and indexes, Kings Bench, Common Pleas, High Court of Admiralty.|
|Trial of Captain Kidd|
|Trial of William Chapman, late captain of the Apollo slave ship, for the wilful murder of Robert Dunn|
|The trial of William Codling, mariner, John Reid, mariner, William Macfarlane, merchant, and George Easterby, merchant : for wilfully and feloniously destroying and casting away the brig Adventure on the high seas, within the jurisdiction of the Admiralty of England : at a session of Oyer and Terminer and Gaol Delivery for the Admiralty of England, held at Justice Hall, in the Old Bailey, on Tuesday, the 26th of October, 1802|
|The tryal, and condemnation of Capt. Thomas Vaughan. For high treason, in adhering to the French-king, and for endeavouring the destruction of His Majesty's ships in the Nore. Who ... was found guilty ... on the 6th. of Novemb. 1696. With all the learned arguments of the King's and prisoner council ... upon the new act of Parliament for regulating tryals in cases of high treason ... To which is added Captain Vaughan's commission at large, which he had from the French-king. As also an account of the tryal of John Murphy for high treason.|
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