Report of a case recently argued and determined in His Majesty's court of King's Bench, on the validity of a sentence of condemnation by an enemy's consul in a neutral port, and the Right of the Owner of the Ship, to Call upon the Underwriters, to Reimburse him the Money Paid for the Purchase of the Ship at a Sale by Auction, Under Such Sentence. With an appendix, containing the French laws now in force relative to maritime prizes, &c. and The Danish Ordinance, of the 20th of April; 1796, Imposing a Duty on Foreign Ships. By Nathaniel Atcheson, F.A.S. Solicitor

Publication Date1800
Publisherprinted by W. and C. Spilsbury, Snowhill; and sold by J. Butterworth, Fleet-Street, and J. Hatchard, No 173, Piccadilly. Also by Mottley, Portsmouth; Graham and Reed, Sunderland; Charnley, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne; Appleby, North Shields; Browne, Hull; and Bush, Yarmouth

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