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Author Tallon, Laurence, plaintiff.

Title Report of the salvage case wherein Laurence Tallon and the owners of the Herald steamer were promovants and the Alexander Robertson, of London (whereof Leonard Whitely was master) and her cargo, impugnants : Easter term, 1838 / promovant's advocates: Dr. Kelly, Mr. West, and Mr. Hassard ; proctor: Mr. Robertson ; impugnant's advocates: the Queen's advocate, Drs. Gayer and Gibbon ; proctoer: the Queen's proctor (Mr. Watt).

Published London : Printed by Dever, Bray & Williams, 1838.
[Buffalo, New York] : William S. Hein & Co., [2007]


Location Call No. Status
Physical description 1 online resource (133 pages).
monochrome rdacc
Series HeinOnline world trials.
World trials library.
Summary The Alexander Robertson had dismasted itself in severe weather, had broken one of its 2 anchors, and was in danger of succumbing to weather and water when the Herald came upon the vessel in distress.
Notes Description based on PDF title page, viewed December 20, 2008.
Other author Ireland. Admiralty Court.
Subject Tallon, Laurence -- Trials, litigation, etc.
Herald (Ship)
Alexander Robertson (Ship)
Liability for marine accidents -- Great Britain -- Cases.
Salvage -- Great Britain -- Cases.
Electronic books.
Variant Title At head of title: Admiralty Court, Ireland.
Half title: Report of the case of salvage, "The Herald Steamer, " v. the "Alexander Robertson"
"Herald Steamer, " v. the "Alexander Robertson"