2 edition of Some rules of practice for the Vice-Admiralty Court of Jamaica: established January 5, 1805 found in the catalog.
Some rules of practice for the Vice-Admiralty Court of Jamaica: established January 5, 1805
Jamaica. Vice-Admiralty Court.
Spine title: Hinchliffe on the Court of Jamaica.
|Other titles||Hinchliffe on the Court of Jamaica.|
|Statement||by Henry John Hinchliffe.|
|Contributions||Hinchliffe, Henry John.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 93 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||93|
|LC Control Number||21005881|
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All cases in connection are tried by the Admiralty Court in London, or by our "courts of vice-admiralty and prize jurisdictions abroad." Admirable as some of the decisions of this expensive tribunal have been, it has all the powers of the Inquisition in its practice, and has thereby been an instrument of persecution to some innocent.notably those of the Vice-Admiralty, Chancery and Grand Courts, were in a particularly parlous state owing chiefly to the effects of the earthquake and two subsequent removals.
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