The rights and powers of captors and prize agents, over captures and proceeds, before final sentence, considered
Halifax [N.S.] : Printed by Howe and Son, 1808.; 47 pages, 45 with full-text search
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Nova Scotia. Vice-Admiralty Court.
The rights and powers of captors and prize agents, over captures and proceeds, before final sentence, considered : being the substance of a judgement pronounced in the Court of Vice-Admiralty at Halifax, upon the return to a monition in the case of the Herkimer, on the 26th January, 1808.
- Halifax [N.S.] : Printed by Howe and Son, 1808.
CIHM no. 92728
Seizure of vessels and cargoes.
Maritime law -- Nova Scotia.
- Document source
- Filmed from a copy of the original publication held by the Public Archives of Nova Scotia, Library, Halifax.
1 microfiche (24 fr.)
"Published at the request of many of the gentlemen concerned in prize causes."
Reference: Fleming, P. Atlantic Canadian imprints, 1800-1820.
41 p. ; 19 cm.