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High Court of Admiralty, prize papers (HCA 32/494-930)

High Court of Admiralty, prize papers (HCA 32/494-930)

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Published by Swift Printers in London, England .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Great Britain. -- High Court of Admiralty -- Archives -- Catalogs,
  • Prizes -- Great Britain -- Sources -- Bibliography -- Catalogs

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesList & Index Society ; v. 184, List & Index Society (Series) -- v. 184
    ContributionsGreat Britain. High Court of Admiralty
    The Physical Object
    Pagination212 p. :
    Number of Pages212
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14436329M

    4. Admiralty Court – These courts originally heard cases involving commerce on the high seas in which the king or government had some commercial interest. A history of this type of court will be provided later. “Admiralty court. A court exercising jurisdiction over all maritime contracts, torts, injuries, or Size: KB.


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High Court of Admiralty, prize papers (HCA 32/494-930) Download PDF EPUB FB2

Pre An act of /6 (27 Henry VIII) marks a significant change in the workings of the court (see below under Criminal) and documents prior to this date are considered here of the earliest and best known of these High Court of Admiralty the Black Book of the Admiralty, or ‘Liber Niger Admiralitatis’ of around ().This was transcribed between and by Sir Travers Twiss.

Get this from a library. High Court of Admiralty index to prize papers, [Great Britain. Public Record Office.; Great Britain. High Court of Admiralty.]. High Court of Admiralty, in England, formerly the court presided over by the deputy of the admiral of the fleet. The Black Book of the High Court of Admiralty says it was founded in the reign of Edward I, but it actually appears to have been established by Edward III about At this time the court seems to High Court of Admiralty had some civil jurisdiction over mercantile and shipping cases, although it originally dealt.

Also included in the records of the High Court are various documents from courts of vice admiralty in Britain and the colonies. Examinations, Instance and Prize (copies) The series HCA 13 comprises entry books of examinations of witnesses prize papers book suits brought before the High Court.

Add tags for "High Court of Admiralty, prize papers (HCA 32/): index, ". Be the first. The Prize papers book Court of Admiralty was a particularly Prize papers book institution, dealing with maritime causes, such as piracy and prize, which provided the Lord High Admiral, one of the great officers of state, with the majority of his income.

According to the Black Book of the Admiralty, this court of jurisdiction was founded in the reign of Edward I. The sole survivor of the independent courts of admiralty is the Court of Admiralty for the Cinque Ports, which is presided over by the Judge Official and Commissary.

This office is normally held by a High Court Judge who holds the appointment of Admiralty Judge. A prize court is a court (or even a High Court of Admiralty individual, such as an ambassador or consul) authorized to consider whether prizes have been lawfully captured, typically whether a ship has been lawfully captured or seized in time of war or under the terms of the seizing ship's letters of marque and reprisal.A prize court may order the sale or destruction of the seized ship, and the distribution of.

Reports of Prize Cases Determined in the High Court of Admiralty, Before the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes, and Before the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council, from London: Stevens and Sons, Townsend, William C. The Lives of Twelve Eminent Judges of the Last and of the Present Century.

London: Longman. The Prize Papers archive, part of the archives of the High Court of Admiralty kept in The National Archives (TNA) Kew, is commonly regarded as one of the most valuable archives in the field of maritime history. In the course of its many naval engagements the British Royal Navy seized numerous enemy ships.

Documents pertaining to tens of thousands of these seized ships (“prizes”), Dutch and. We prize papers book a specialist court, part of the Business and Property Court of the High Court of High Court of Admiralty. We are based in the Rolls Building, London.

Cases are heard by one Admiralty Judge, whilst other. High Court Of Admiralty, And Ecclesiastical Courts, Volume 4 [Divorce, Great Britain.

High Court of Justice. Pr, and Admiralty Division] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages.

This article sets out the names and some biographical notes for the prize papers book Judges of the High Court of Admiralty from to its incorporation into the High Court of Justice in The High Court of Admiralty dealt with maritime issues, such as prize and piracy. The instance minute books in this series are of the High Court of Admiralty, and, from Novemberof the Admiralty courts of the High Court of Justice.

The books contain brief notes to all the proceedings in instance cases, entered under its reference number. Title: Select Pleas in the Court of AdmiraltyVolume 1; Volume 6 Publications of the Selden Society Volume 6 of Selden Society Publications Select Pleas in the Court of.

Full text of "Reports of Prize Cases Determined in the High Court of Admiralty: Before the " See other formats. Prize Court Definition: Related Terms: Prize, Court of Admiralty, Prize Law.

In Lindo v. Rodney, The captors are therefore required immediately to produce to the Prize Court the ship's papers, and her master, or some of her principal officers or crew.

The Law and Practice of Admirality Matters. Second Edition. Sarah Derrington and James M Turner QC. Discussion supported by citation of judgments of a number of superior courts including the High Court of England and Wales, the High Court of Australia, the Federal Court of Australia, the High Court of Hong Kong, the High Court of Singapore, and the Scottish Court of Sessions.

American Data from the Records of the High Court of the Admiralty of Scotland, - Ebook written by David Dobson. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices.

Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read American Data from the Records of the High Court of the Admiralty of Scotland,   Reports of cases decided during the present war in the Admiralty Prize Court and the Court of Appeal by Great Britain.

High Court of Admiralty; Spinks, Pages: Upon the commencement of the Supreme Court of Judicature Act, (65) inthe old High Court of Admiralty and the common law courts were fused and the jurisdiction of each of the former courts was transferred to the new High Court of Justice.

The Prize Papers Online 1 contains approximately 7, interrogations of members of the crew of ships taken during the American Revolutionary War and Fourth Anglo-Dutch War (ca. It shows images of each interrogation (of two, three, sometimes even six or more pages).

A Compendium of the Statute Laws, and Regulations of the Court of Admiralty: Relative to Ships of War, Privateers, Prizes, Recaptures, and Prize-money. With an Appendix of Notes, Precedents, &c: Author: Thomas Hartwell Horne: Contributor: Great Britain. High Court of Admiralty: Publisher: W.

Clarke and sons, Original from: the New York. Publications and guidance to aid maritime navigation. Our wide range of publications includes ADMIRALTY Sailing Directions, the Mariner's Handbook (NP) and more. Court paper, petition to the Court of Appeal and a copy of the process of the trial of the "Lively Betsy" in the Court of Vice-Admiralty of Bermuda in are contained in the PRO, class HCA 42/ ( High Court of Admiralty: Prize Appeal Records, bundle "a", 48pgs) (ref: Virginia Colonial Records Project survey report #, ).

: A digest of the law and practice of the High Court of Admiralty of England: with notes from text writers and the Scotch, Irish, and American reports. Volume 1 of 2 (): Pritchard, William Tarn: Books.

NoS.I. Of Rules Of The Superior Courts (No. 2), 1. In these Rules, the expression "admiralty action" means any proceeding for the determination of any of the following claims or questions: (a) a claim or question in respect of which the High Court of.

The first British occupation of the Cape of Good Hope _____ prize by an Admiralty Court, constituted a cash fund to be divided amongst the officers and crew of naval vessels and the owners of privateering vessels involved in the capture.

Disputes concerning entitlement and division arose not. is the struggle between the Common Law Courts and the Admiralty Court which lasted from then unti when the first of the Admiralty legislation was enacted by Queen Victoria to extend Admiralty jurisdiction beyond the limited remedies then.

available. Prior to the legislation, the High Court of Admiralty was reduced toFile Size: 1MB. The High Court of Admiralty carried out the processes of pirates’ executions. Initially established in the fourteenth century for early maritime legalities such as trade and funding overseas expeditions, the Admiralty Court had complete jurisdiction over maritime crimes by.

ADMIRALTY Manual of Tides NP £ ADMIRALTY Tide Tables £NPs ADMIRALTY Tidal Stream Atlases £ NPs,Co-Tidal Atlases NPs & £ Dover, times of High Water and mean ranges £NPFile Size: KB. Every cop gets this manual that is put out by forensic or Court of Justice., Lord High Court of Admiralty.

Under the Judicer Act ofthey changed the name from the Courts of Justice to the High Court of Admiralty, they removed probate, they removed divorce department and the equity department.

The Supreme Court is the High Court of Admiralty. A specialized court which receives and disposes of maritime law cases, involving shipping or in regards to events which occur on the high seas. Most jurisdictions have now given admiralty jurisdiction to their federal or superior-level court.

In a rather circular description, this, from 2 C.J.S. §1 (): "Admiralty is the system of jurisprudence relating to and growing out of the.

The Court of Admiralty of Ireland, * obtaining prize jurisdiction (which had always been prohibited to it); and on converting the constitutional status of the Court from a mere court of vice- Book of the English High Court of Admiralty were suits by mariners against masters.

In theAuthor: Kevin Costello. The ‘Prize Papers’: letters as loot The National Archives in Kew, London, houses the High Court Admiralty archives. These not only contain papers relating to the jurisdiction of the courts but also ships’ books and papers, ships’ logs and documents related to prizes.

Shilton and Holworthy (High Court of Admiralty Examinations Anglo-American Records Foundation. FHL book P2s) published records forColdham (English Adventurers and Emigrants—abstracts of examinations in the High Court of Admiralty with reference to Colonial America Genealogical Publishing Company.

Some of the projects we have worked on include the Prerogative Court of Canterbury wills and administrations (PROB 12/), Chancery proceedings (C 2 – C 10), Admiralty papers (ADM, ), War Office records (WO 69, 97,), the vast collections of photographs submitted to Stationer’s Hall prior to (COPY 1) and.

Development of the Maritime Prize Court in W.A. Governor Stirling was originally commissioned as Vice-Admiral inbut without the authority to try Prize Cases.

The Supreme Court of Western Australia was confirmed as a Court of Vioce-Admiralty by Imperial Act 26 and 27 Vic c of   Available in print and online via Lexis Advance. "ct on Admiralty is the most complete research tool in the field.

All the materials you need to practice maritime law are in this one set, including: * Concise discussion of every current issue * Explanations of court opinions and their implications * Reprints of hard-to-find primary source material * Charter parties and clauses Author: Brian Huddleston.

Under that Act the Court of Admiralty became a permanent Court of Prize, independent of any commission issued under the Great Seal. The Act, however, by s. 55, while saving the King’s prerogative on the one hand, saves, on the other hand, the jurisdiction of the Court to decide judicially and in accordance with international law.

DAVID Pdf. OWEN & MICHAEL C. TOLLEY, COURTS OF ADMIRALTY IN COLONIAL AMERICA: Pdf MARYLAND EXPERIENCE xxxii (). It includes the only pic-tures I have ever seen of the famous "silver oar," the symbol of the High Court of Ad-miralty which, at trial, is placed on a rack in front of the judges' bench.

3. Download pdf court was considered a branch of the High Court of Admiralty that sat in London.[6] Judges were selected by the Governor from the political leaders of the colony or district, i.e.

the Lieutenant Governor, Secretary, Chief Justice, members of the Council, officers of the Royal Navy, and various customs officers; their appointments had to be reviewed by the High Court in London and Author: Bob Ruppert.ebook Notwithstanding the unclear mandate of his court's prize commission, Thorpe remained committed to using the Court of Vice Admiralty at Sierra Leone to enforce the ban on the slave trade.

He saw his court both as a judicial counterpart to the Royal Navy and as a .