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100 1  Bell, Peter. 
245 10 Before the Most Noble and Right Honorable the Lords 
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes|h[electronic 
       resource] :|bthe Friendship, Peter Ball, master : act on 
       petition in objection to the registrar's report. 
260    [London] :|bPrinted by A. Strahan, law printer to His 
       Majesty,|c[1805?] 
300    3 p. 
500    Reproduction of the original from Harvard Law School 
       Library. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : the Friends, 
       John Howe, master : attestations exhibited on behalf of 
       the respondents. [London] : Printed by A. Strahan, law 
       printer to His Majesty, [1805?]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : adventure, 
       Joseph Purcell, master : case and appendix : for hearing 
       on further proof. [London] : Printed by A. Strahan, law 
       printer to His Majesty, [1805?]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : the Ship 
       Intrepid, T. Critico, master : act on petition in 
       objection to the registrar's report. [London] : Keating, 
       Brown and Keating, Printers, [1805?]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : the Ceres, 
       Henrick Mangels master : (an appeal from Jamaica) : John 
       Bernhard Elbers, of Jamaica, claimant of the ship and 
       cargo, as Bremen property, appellant, Isaac Wolley, Esq., 
       commander of His Majesty's Ship Circe, the captor, and 
       James Heseltine, Esq., His Majesty's procurator-general, 
       respondents : the appellant's case. [London : s.n., 1805].
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : (an appeal from
       the Vice-Admiralty Court of the island of Jamaica) : the 
       Ceres, Henrick Mangels, master : John Bernhard Elbers of 
       Jamaica, merchant, claimant of the said ship and cargo on 
       behalf of Messrs. Faber and Schone, and various other 
       Persons, described of Bremen, merchants, and subjects of 
       His Majesty the King of Prussia, the asserted sole owners 
       and proprietors thereof, appellants against Isaac Wolley, 
       Esquire, commander of His Majesty's Ship of War Circe, the
       captor of the said ship and cargo : and James Heseltine, 
       Esquire, His Majesty's procurator-general, respondents : 
       case on behalf of the respondents. [London : s.n., 1805]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : the Ceres, 
       Henrick Mangels, master : (an appeal from Jamaical) : 
       joint appendix. [London] : Printed by W. Wilson, [1805?]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : the Muhlenfels,
       Paul Boyson, master : George H. Dawson, claimant of said 
       ship and freight as the sole property of Robert Cumming, 
       of the Danish Island of Santa Cruz, a subject of the King 
       of Denmark, appellant against John Oakes Hardy, Esq., 
       commander of His Majesty's Ship St. Albans, respondent : 
       an appeal from a sentence of the Vice-Admiralty Court of 
       Nova Scotia, condemning the said ship : appellant's case, 
       1804. [London : s.n., 1804]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : Muhlenfels, 
       Paul Boysen, master : Thomas Boggs, one of the partners in
       the house of trade of Hartshorne and Boggs, of Halifax in 
       Nova Scotia, merchants, claimant of part of the cargo of 
       the said ship, on behalf and as the true and lawful 
       property of Alexander Henry and James Boggs, of 
       Philadelphia, merchants, citizens of the united States of 
       America, and George Salkeld, of London, merchant, one of 
       the partners in the house of trade of George Barelay and 
       Co., of London, merchants, claimant of part of the cargo, 
       on behalf and as the true and lawful property of Wilson 
       Hunt, of Philadelphia, merchant, a citizen of the said 
       United States, appellants, John Oakes Hardy, Esq., 
       commander of His Majesty's Ship of War St. Albans, the 
       captor, and Jame Heseltine, Esq., His Majesty's procurator
       -general, respondents : on consolidated appeals from the 
       Vice-Admiralty Court of Nova Scotia : appellants' case, 
       1804. [London] : Printed by M. and S. Brooke, [1805]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honorable the Lords 
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : the Muhlenfels,
       Paul Boyson, master : William Smith, claimant of sundry 
       parts of the cargo of the said ship, on behalf of John 
       Bohlen, of Philadelphia, merchant, Richard H. Wilcocks, 
       William Wilcocks, James S. Wilcocks, and John C. Wilcocks,
       of Philadelphia, merchants, Messrs. Davy and Roberts, of 
       same place, merchants, and Daniel Thunn, also of same 
       Place, merchant, appellant, John Oakes Hardy, Esq., 
       commander of His Majesty's Ship St. Alban's, respondent : 
       an appeal from the Vice-Admiralty Court of Nova Scotia : 
       case on behalf of the appellant, in respect to the goods 
       belonging to the several persons above named. [London : 
       s.n., 1805]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honorable the Lords 
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : the Muhlenfels,
       Paul Boyson, master : Paul Boyson, the master, and 
       claimant of part of the cargo, as the property of L.A. 
       Tarascan, of Philadelphia, merchant, and of other part 
       thereof, as the property of Messrs. Zwister and Albers, of
       Baltimore, merchants, appellant, against John Oakes Hardy,
       Esq., commander of His Majesty's Ship St. Albans, 
       respondent : an appeal form the Vice-Admiralty Court of 
       Nova-Scotia : appellant's case, 1804. [London] : Printed 
       by C. Rickalny, [1804]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : (an appeal from
       the Vice-Admiralty Court of Halifax) : Muhlenfels, Paul 
       Boyson, master : George B. Dawson, a passenger, and 
       claimant of the ship, an behalf of Robert Cumming, of St. 
       Croix, merchant, a subject of His Majesty the King of 
       Denmark : Thomas Boggs, of Halifax, merchant, claimant of 
       a part of the cargo, on behalf of Alexander Henry and 
       James Boggs, of Philadelphia, merchants, citizens of the 
       United States of America : George Salkeld, of London, 
       merchant, claimant of a part of cargo, on behalf of Wilson
       Hunt, of Philadelphia aforesaid, merchant, appellants 
       William Smith, of Halifax, merchant, claimant of sundry 
       parts of the cargo, on behalf of several persons, 
       specified in a schedule, respectively, citizens of the 
       United States of America and Paul Boysen, the master, and 
       claimant of sundry parts of the cargo, on behalf of 
       Messrs. Pratt and Kensing, Wilson Hunt, and L.A. Tarascon,
       of Philadelphia aforesaid, merchants, against John Oakes 
       Hardy, Esquire, commander of His Majesty's Ship of War St.
       Albans, the captor of the said ship and cargo : and James 
       Heseltine, Esquire, His Majesty's procurator-general, 
       respondents : case on behalf of the respondents. [London :
       s.n., 1805]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honorable the Lords 
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : Muhlenfels, 
       Paul Boyson, master : appendix, 1803. [London] : Printed 
       by M. and S. Brooke, [1805]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honorable the Lords 
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : Muhlenfels, 
       Paul Boyson, master : appeal of Thomas Boggs : additional 
       appendix to the appellant's case, 1804. [London] : Brooke,
       [1805]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honorable the Lords 
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : Polly, Edmund 
       Upton, master : Edmund Upton, the master, claimant of the 
       ship and general cargo on behalf of himself and Enos 
       Briggs and others, all of Salem, and citizens of the 
       United States of America, appellant, against John Maughan,
       Esquire, commander of His Majesty's Sloop of War Bonetta, 
       and James Heseltine, Esquire, His Majesty's procurator-
       general, respondents : on an appeal from the Vice-
       Admiralty Court of Jamaica : appellant's case, 1803. 
       [London] : Printed by M. and S. Brooke, [1803]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : (an appeal from
       the Vice-Admiralty Court of the island of Jamaica) : the 
       Polly, Edmund Upton, master : Edmund Upton, the master and
       claimant of the said ship and cargo, on behalf of himself,
       Enos Briggs, Jeduthun Upton, Dudley Porter, and Philip 
       Chase of Salem, merchants and citizens of the United 
       States of America, the asserted sole owners and 
       proprietors thereof, appellant, John Maughan, Esquire, 
       commander of His Majesty's Sloop of War Bonetta, the 
       captor of the said ship and cargo : and James Heseltine, 
       Esquire, His Majesty's procurator-general, respondents : 
       case on behalf of the respondents. [London : s.n., 1805?].
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : Polly, Edmund 
       Upton, master : appendix, 1803. [London] : Printed by 
       M.and S. Brooke, [1803]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : Brig John, 
       Sylvanus Howett, master, the said Sylvanus Howett, the 
       master, claimant of the cargo, on behalf of John Casenave,
       of New York, appellant, against Robert Laurie, commander 
       of His Majesty's Ship of War Andromachr, and James 
       Heseltine, Esquire, His Majesty's procurator-general, 
       respondents : on an appeal from the Vice-Admiralty Court 
       of New Providence, 1803. [London] : Printed by M. and S. 
       Brooke, [1805]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : (an appeal from
       the Vice-Admiralty Court of the Bahama Islands) : the John
       Sylvanus Howett, master Sylvanus Howett, the master and 
       claimant of the cargo of the said ship, on behalf of John 
       Casenave of New York, merchant, a citizen of the United 
       States of America, the asserted sole owner and proprietor 
       thereof, appellant, Robert Laurie, Esquire, commander of 
       His Majesty's Ship of War Andromache, the captor of the 
       said ship and cargo and James Heseltine, Esquire, His 
       Majesty's procurator general, respondents : case on behalf
       of the respondents. [London : s.n., 1805?]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : John, Sylvanus 
       Howett, master : appendix, 1803. [London] : Brooke, 
       [1803]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : (appeal from 
       New Providence) : Sally, John Campbell, master : John 
       Campbell, master and claimant of the ship as the property 
       of William Gibson of Charleston, merchant, an American 
       citizen, and claimant of the cargo as the property of the 
       said William Gibson and Messrs. Robert Johnson and Co., of
       New York, appellant, against Thomas Petty, commander of 
       the private ship of war Lions Revenge : Southall, 
       commander of the private ship of war Vulture : Edgecomb, 
       commander of the private ship of war Brothers : and 
       Simmonet, commander of the private ship of war Primrose, 
       the captors of the said ship and goods, respondents : 
       appellant's case. [London : s.n., 1805?]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : the Sally, John
       Campbell, master, the said John Campbell, claimant of part
       of the cargo, on behalf of Messrs. Robert Johnson and Co.,
       of New York, appellant against Thomas Petty, commander of 
       the private ship Lion's Revenge, respondents : on the 
       appeal respecting Messrs. Robert Johnson and Co.'s goods :
       appellant's case, 1803. [London : Printed by G. Woodfall, 
       1805?]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : the Sally, John
       Campbell, master : John Campbell, the master and claimant 
       of the said ship and cargo, appellant against Thomas Petty,
       commander of the private ship of war the Lion's Revenge, 
       the captor of the said ship and cargo, by him taken and 
       carried to Nassau, in the Island of New Providence, 
       respondents : case on behalf of the respondents. [London :
       Printed by G. Woodfall, 1805?]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : Sally, John 
       Campbell, master : appendix. [London] : Printed by A. 
       Strahan, law printer to His Majesty, [1805?]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : the Minerva, 
       Kemble Clarkson, master : an appeal from Nova Scotia : 
       John Todhunter, of London, merchant, claimant of two cases,
       and one bale containing lace, and other merchandise, 
       marked wss, on behalf of Messrs. Willet, Seaman, and Sons,
       of New York, citizens of the United States of America, the
       proprietors thereof, appellant against Charles Wemyss, 
       Esq., commander of His Majesty's Ship Hussar, and John P. 
       Beresford, Esq., commander of His Majesty's Ship 
       Prevoyante, the captors and James Heseltine, Esq., His 
       Majesty's procurator general, respondents : the 
       appellant's case. [London : s.n., 1805?]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : (an appeal from
       Halifax) : the Minerva, Kimble Clarkson, master : George 
       Shedden of London, merchant, claimant of part of the cargo
       as the property of John Outhont, of the city of New York, 
       merchant, an American citizen, appellant against Charles 
       Wemyss Esquire, commander of His Majesty's Ship Hussar, 
       and John Poo Beresford, Esquire, commander of His 
       Majesty's Ship La Prevoyante, the captors of the said ship
       and goods, and James Heseltine, Esquire, His Majesty's 
       procurator general, respondents : the appellant's case. 
       [London : s.n., 1805?]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : (an appeal from
       the Vice-Admiratly Court of Halifax) : the Minerva, Kemble
       Clarkson, master : George Sheddon of London, merchant, 
       claimant of certain goods as the property of John Oothout 
       of New York, merchant, a citizen of the United States of 
       America : and John Todhunter of London, merchant, claimant
       of certain goods as the property of Messrs. Willet, Seaman
       and Sons, of New York aforesaid, merchants, and citizens 
       of the said United States, appellants, against Charles 
       Wemyss, Esquire, commander of His Majesty's Ship of War 
       Hussar : and John Poo Beresford, Esquire, commander of His
       Majesty's Ship of the War Prevoyante, the captors of the 
       said ship and cargo : and James Heseltine, Esquire, His 
       Majesty's procurator-general, respondents : case on behalf
       of the respondents. [London : s.n., 1805?]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : (an appeal from
       the Vice-Admiralty Court of Halifax) : Minerva, Kimble 
       Clarkson, master : appendix. [London] : Printed by A. 
       Strahan, law printer to His Majesty, [1805?]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : (appeal from 
       Halifax) : the Minerva, Kimble Clarkson, master : 
       additional appendix. [London] : Printed by A. Strahan, law
       printer to His Majesty, [1805?]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : Veranderung, 
       Bernard de la Haye, master : Bernard de la Haye, the 
       master, and claimant of the ship, on behalf and as the 
       true and lawful property of Johan Albert Godfeey Doblar, 
       of the city of Altona, merchant, a subject of His Majesty 
       the King of Denmark, and William De La Cour, of Crutched 
       Friars, London, merchant, claimant of the cargo, on behalf,
       and as the true and lawful property of Johann Jacob 
       Ostermayer, of the Royal Danish country of Blankanefe, 
       merchant : also a subject of His Majesty, the King of 
       Denmark, appellants, George gostling, Esq., His Majesty's 
       procurator in his office of admiralty, and Lorenzo 
       Bolmasich commander of the private ship of war Union, the 
       captor, respondents : on two appeals from the Vice-
       Admiralty Court at Gibraltar : appellant's case, 1804. 
       [London] : Brooke, [1804.]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : De Veranderung,
       Bernard de la Haye, master : Bernard de la Haye, the 
       master, on behalf of J.A.G. Doblar, of Altona, merchant, 
       for the ship, and for his own private adventure, and 
       William De La Cour, of London, merchant, on behalf of J.J.
       Ostermayer, of Blankanefe in Denmark, merchant, for the 
       cargo, claimants and appellants, against Lorenzo Bolmarich,
       commander of the private ship of war Union, captor and 
       respondent : on an appeal from the Vice-Admiralty Court at
       Gibraltar : respondents case, 1804. [London] : Brooke, 
       [1804.]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : Veranderung, B.
       de la Haye, master : appendix, 1803. [London] : Brooke, 
       [1803.]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : the Minerva, 
       J.F.C. Kramp, master, the said John Frederick Christopher 
       Kramp, the master and claimant of the said ship and cargo 
       as the sole property of Johan Diederick Buck, of Hamburgh,
       merchant appellant from the condemnation of the cargo, 
       against Francis Vesely, Esq., commander of His Majesty's 
       Ship Volage, the captor, respondent on said appeal, and 
       the said Francis Vesely, Esq., appellant from the 
       restitution of the ship, against the said John Frederick 
       Christopher Kramp, claimant as aforesaid, respondent on 
       said appeal : an appeal from the Vice-Admiralty Court of 
       Jamaica : case on behalf of the claimant, 1804. [London : 
       s.n., 1804]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : (an appeal from
       the Vice-Admiralty Court of the Island of Jamaica) : 
       Minerva, John Frederick Christopher Kramp, master : 
       (appeal of the claimant) : John Frederick Christopher 
       Kramp, the master, and claimant of the cargo, on behalf of
       John Diederick Buck, of the free imperial city of Hamburgh,
       merchant, the asserted sole owner and proprietor thereof, 
       appellant, against Francis Vesey, Esquire, commander of 
       His Majesty's Ship Volage, the captor of the said ship and
       cargo and James Heseltine, Esquire, His Majesty's 
       procurator-general, respondents : (appeal of the captor) :
       the said Francis Vesey and James Heseltine, Esquires, 
       appellants, against the said John Frederick Christopher 
       Kramp, claimant of the said ship, on behalf of the said 
       John Diederick Buck, respondent : case on behalf of the 
       captor. [London : s.n., 1804]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : the Minerva, 
       J.F.C. Kramp, master : appendix 1803. [London] : Printed 
       by I.& I, Walter, [1804]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : the Brig Fair 
       American, Azel Howard, master : the said Azel Howard, the 
       master and claimant of the said brig and cargo, as the 
       sole property of David Masset, of the city of Philadelphia,
       merchant, and also claimant of the adventures of himself 
       and others of the crew, appellant against Isaac Wolley, 
       Esq., commander of His Majesty's Ship Circe, respondent : 
       an appeal from the Vice-Admiralty Court of Jamaica : 
       (appellant's case). [London] : G.Woodfall, [1804]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : (an appeal from
       the Vice-Admiralty Court of the Island of Jamaica) : the 
       Fair American, Azel Howard, master : Azel Howard, the 
       master and claimant of the said ship and cargo, on behalf 
       of David Masset, of the city of Philadelphia, merchant, a 
       citizen of the United States of America, the asserted sole
       owner and proprietor thereof, appellant against Isaac 
       Wolley, Esquire, commander of His Majesty's Ship of War 
       Circe, the captor of the said ship and cargo : and James 
       Heseltine, Esquire, His Majesty's procurator-general, 
       respondents : case on behalf of the respondents. [London :
       s.n., 1804]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : the Brig Fair 
       American, Azel Howard, master : appendix. G.Woodfall, 
       printer, paternoster-row. [London] : G.Woodfall, [1804]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : the Fair 
       American, Azel Howard, master : additional appendix. 
       [London] : Printed by A. Strahan, law printer to His 
       Majesty, [1805?]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : Little Tom 
       Butler, James Graisberry, master : James Corne Pownall, of
       Kingston, in the Island of Jamaica, merchant, claimant of 
       the said schooner and her cargo, as the property of 
       citizens of the United States of America, appellant 
       against Joseph Duval, commander of the private Ship of War
       General Simcoc, the captor, respondent : (on an appeal 
       from the Court of Vice-Admiralty for the Island of 
       Jamaica) : case on behalf of the appellant. [London : s.n.,
       1804]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : (appeal from 
       Jamaica) : Little Tom Butler, James Graysbury, master : 
       James Corne Pownall of Kingston, in the Island of Jamaica,
       merchant, claimant of the said schooner and her cargo, as 
       the property of citizens of the United States of America, 
       appellant against Joseph Duval, commander of the private 
       ship of war General Simcoe, the captor, respondent : 
       respondent's case. [London : s.n., 1804]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : Little Tom 
       Butler, James Graisberry, master : (on an appeal from the 
       Court of Vice-Admiralty for the Island of Jamaica) : James
       -Corne Pownall, of Kingston, in the Island of Jamaica, 
       merchant, claimant of the said schooner and her cargo, as 
       the property of citizens of the United States of America, 
       appellant, against Joseph Duval, commander of the private 
       ship of war General Simcoe, the captor, respondent : 
       appendix. [London] : Printed by W. Wilson, [1804]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : the Washington,
       John Barton, master : the said John Barton, the master, 
       and claimant of the said brig and cargo, as the sole 
       property of Simon Forrester, of Salem, in the county of 
       Essex, and state of Massachusetts, in North America, 
       merchant, appellant against Joseph Baker, Esq., commander 
       of His Majesty's Ship of War Calypfo, respondents : an 
       appeal from the Vice-Admiralty Court of Jamaica : 
       appellant's case. 1804. [London : s.n., 1804]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : (an appeal from
       the Vice-Admiralty Court of the Island of Jamaica) : the 
       Washington, John Barton, master John Barton, the master, 
       and claimant of the said ship and general cargo, on behalf
       of Simon Forrester of Salem, in North America, merchant, a
       citizen of the United States of America, appellant against
       Joseph Baker Esquire, commander of His Majesty's ship of 
       war Calypso, the captor of the said ship and cargo and 
       James Heseltine, Esquire, His Majesty's procurator-general,
       respondents : case on behalf of the respondents. [London :
       s.n., 1804]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : the Washington,
       John Barton, master : appendix. [London : s.n., 1804]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : Sukey, 
       Nathaniel Brown, master : Nathaniel Brown, the master, 
       claimant of the cargo, on behalf of Simon Forrester, of 
       Salem, merchant, and a citizen of the United States of 
       America, appellant against William Gordon Rutherford, Esq.,
       commander of His Majesty's Ship of War Decade, the captor,
       and James Heseltine, Esq., His Majesty's procurator 
       general, respondents : on an appeal from the Vice-
       Admiralty Court of Jamaica : appellant's case. [London : 
       s.n., 1804]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : (an appeal from
       the Vice-Admiralty Court of the Island of Jamaica) : the 
       Sukey, Nathaniel Brown, master : claimant's appeal 
       Nathaniel Brown, the master, claimant of the cargo, of the
       said ship, on behalf of Simon Forrester, of Salem, 
       merchant, a citizen of the United States of America, the 
       affected sole owner and proprietor thereof, appellant, 
       against William Gordon Rutherford, Esquire, commander of 
       His Majesty's Ship of War Decade, the captor, of the said 
       ship and cargo : and James Heseltine Esquire, His 
       Majesty's procurator general, respondents : captor's 
       appeal : the said William Gordon Rutherford and James 
       Heseltine, Esquires. appellants, against the said 
       Nathaniel Brown, the claimant of the said ship, on behalf 
       of the said Simon Forrester, respondent : case on behalf 
       of the respondents. [London : s.n., 1804]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : Sukey, 
       Nathaniel Brown, master : appendix. [London] : G. Woodfall,
       [1804]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : Sukey, 
       Nathaniel Brown, master : additional appendix. [London] : 
       G. Woodfall, [1804]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : the Brig 
       Volunteer, John Stewart, master : John Earl, claimant of 
       the ship and cargo, and specie, as American property, 
       appellant, against Thomas Dundass, Esq., commander of His 
       Majesty's Ship La Prompte, respondent : an appeal from the
       Vice-Admiralty Court of the Bahama Islands : appellant's 
       case, 1804. [London] : Printed by C. Rickaby, [1804]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : (an appeal from
       the Vice-Admiralty Court of the Bahama Islands) : the 
       Volunteer, John Steward, master : John Earl, the 
       supercargo, and claimant of the said ship and principal 
       part of the specie on board, on behalf of Mrs. Gooverneur 
       and Kemble, of New York, merchants, and for sundry others 
       parts of the specie, on behalf of himself and Samuel G. 
       Ogden, and Messrs. Stillwell and De Forrest, described of 
       the same place, merchants, and respectively citizens of 
       the United States of America, appellant, against, Thomas 
       Dundas Esquire, commander of His Majesty's ship of War La 
       Prompte, the captor of the said ship and cargo : and James
       Heseltine Esquire, His Majesty's procurator-general, 
       respondents : case on behalf of the respondents. [London :
       s.n., 1804]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : the Brig 
       Volunteer, John Stewart, master : appendix. [London : s.n.,
       1804]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : Veranderung, 
       Bernard De La Haye, master : further proofs, 1804. 
       [London] : Printed by M. and S. Brooke, [1804]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : the Charlotte, 
       Swen Konigsen, master : (an appela from Gibraltar) : Henry
       Burmester, of London, merchant, claimant of the cargo, on 
       behalf of J.L. Kern, of Hamburgh, merchant, a subject of 
       the free imperial city of Hamburgh, the sole owner thereof,
       appellant, M. Thomasovich, commander of the private ship 
       of War Earl St. Vincent, J. Beardo, commander of the 
       private ship of War General Doyle, G. Risco, commander of 
       the private ship of War Saint Helena : N. Maratti, 
       commander of the private ship of War Judge Jephson : J. 
       Bruezaneo, commander of the private ship of War Fortune of
       War : and A. Mello, commander of the private ship of War 
       Good Intent, the captors, respondents : the appellants 
       case. [London : s.n., 1804]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : the Charlotte 
       Swen Konigson, master : James Elmslie, of Gibraltar, 
       merchant, one of the partners in the house trading under 
       the firm of Robert Anderson and Co., of Gibraltar, 
       merchants, the claimant of the cargo laden in the said 
       ship, in behalf of Johan Lorentz Kern, of the city of 
       Hamburgh, merchant, appellant, against Marco Tomasovich 
       commander of the private ship of war the Earl of St. 
       Vincent : John Brurano, commander of the private ship of 
       war the Fortune : Nicolas Moratty, commander of the 
       private ship of war the Jephson : Gaatan Rission, 
       commander of the private ship of war St. Helena : Angelo 
       Millo, commander of the private ship of war the Good 
       Intent : and John Brado, commander of the private ship of 
       war the General Doyle, the captors of the said ship and 
       cargo by them taken and brought to Gibraltar, respondent :
       case on behalf of the captors and respondents. [London : 
       s.n., 1804]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : the Charlotte, 
       Swen Konigsen master : (an appeal from Gibraltar) : joint 
       appendix. [London] : Wright, [1804]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : the Brig 
       Currier, James M'kever, master : the said James m'Kever, 
       the master and claimant of the said ship and part of the 
       cargo laden therein, as the sole porperty of Lewis 
       Anastatius Tarascon, of the city of Philadelpbia, in North
       America, merchant, a citizen of the United States of 
       America, appellant, against Joseph Moxey, commander of the
       private ship of war William and Mary, and Joseph Frith, 
       commander of the private ship of war Charlette, 
       respondents : an appeal from the Vice-Admiralty Court of 
       the Bahama Islands : appellant's case, 1804. [London] : 
       Printed by C. Rickaby, [1804]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : Currier, James 
       M'Kever, master : James M'Kever the master, and claimant 
       of the said brig and part of the cargo inden on board the 
       same, as the property of Lewis Anastatius Tarascon, 
       described of the city of Philadelphia, merchant, & citizen
       of the United States of America, appellant, Joseph Moxey 
       and Joseph Thrift, commanders of the private ships of war 
       William and Mary and Charlotte, the captors, respondents :
       on an appeal from the Vice-Admiralty Court of the Bahama 
       Islands : respondents' case, 1804. [London] : Brooke, 
       [1804]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : the Currier 
       James M'Kever, master : appendix, 1804. [London] : Printed
       by C. Rickaby, [1804]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : (an appeal from
       Jamaica) : the Schooner Aurora, Jean Chambojo, otherwise 
       Boyeaux, the master and claimant of the ship and cargo, on
       behalf of Solomon Levy of St. Thomas, merchant, a subject 
       of His Majesty the King of Denmark, the sole owner thereof,
       and also claimant of 50 bags of coffee, his own private 
       adventure, appellant, against Cornelius Quintin Esquire, 
       commander of His Majesty's Ship La Legere, the captor : 
       and James Heseltine Esquire, His Majesty's procurator-
       general, respondents : the appellant's case. [London : 
       s.n., 1804]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : (an appeal from
       the Vice-Admiralty Court of the Island of Jamaica) : the 
       Aurora, Jean Chanbojo, otherwife Boyeaux, master : Jean 
       Chambojo, otherwife Boyeaux, the master and claimant of 
       the said ship and general cargo, on behalf of Solomon Levy,
       of the Island of Saint Thomas, merchant, a subject of His 
       Majesty the King of Denmark and of his own private 
       adventure, appellant, Cornelius Quinton, Esquire, 
       commander of His Majesty's sloop of war La Legere, the 
       captor of the said ship and cargo : and James Heseltine 
       Esquire, His Majesty's procurator-general, respondents : 
       case on behalf of the respondents. [London : s.n., 1804]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : (an appeal from
       Jamaica) : the Schooner Aurora, Jean Chambojo, otherwise 
       Boyeaux, master : joint appendix. [London] : Printed by 
       A.Strahan, [1804]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : the Brig 
       Hopewell, Henry Dandelot, master : Henry Dandelot, the 
       master of the said ship, and Pierre Foucade the supercargo,
       claimants of the said ship and cargo, as the sole property
       of Richard Gernon, of the city of Philadelphia, in North 
       America, merchant, a citizen of the United States of 
       America, appellant, against Edward Hamilton Esq., 
       commander of His Majesty's ship of War Surprize, captor of
       the said ship and cargo, respondent : an appeal from the 
       Vice-Admiralty Court of Jamaica : appellant's case, 1804. 
       [London] : Printed by C. Rickaby, [1804]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : (an appeal from
       the Vice-Admiralty Court of the Island of Jamaica) : the 
       Hopewell, Henry Dandelot, master : Henry Dandelot the 
       master, and Edward Forcade the supercargo, claimants of 
       the said ship and cargo, on behalf of Richard Gernon of 
       Philadelphia, merchant, a citizen of the United States of 
       America, appellants, against Sir Edward Hamilton knight, 
       commander of His Majesty's ship of war Surprize, the 
       recaptor of the said ship and cargo : and James Heseltine 
       Esquire, His Majesty's procurator-general, respondents : 
       case on behalf of the respondents. [London : s.n., 1804]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : the Hopewell, 
       Henry Dandelot, master : appendix, 1804. [London] : 
       Printed by Rockaby, [1804]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : (an appeal from
       Nevis) : the Swallow, A. Dousdebes, master : A.V. Laxalde 
       the supercargo, and A. Dousdebes the master, claimants of 
       the ship and cargo, on behalf of E. Morel, of St. Thomas, 
       a subject of His Majesty the King of Denmark, the 
       proprietor thereof, appellants against Thomas Moodie, 
       commander of the private ship of war the Diana, the captor,
       respondent : the appellants' case. [London : s.n., 1804]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : Swallow, Arnaud
       Aousdebes, master : A.V. Laxalde the supercargo, and 
       Arnaud Dousdebes the master, claimants of the schooner and
       cargo, as Danish property, appellants, Thomas Moodie, 
       commander of the private ship of war Diana, the captor, 
       respondent : on an appeal from the Vice-Admiralty Court at
       Nevis : respondent's case, 1804. [London] : Printed by M. 
       and S. Brooke, [1804]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : the Swallow, A.
       Dousdebes, master : (an appeal from Nevis) : joint 
       appendix. [London] : Printed by W. Wilson, [1804]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : the Schooner 
       Ann, William Platt, master : appendix, 1804. [London : 
       s.n., 1804]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : Little 
       Charlotte, Walter Cornell, master : an appeal from the 
       Vice-Admiralty Court for Nova Scotia : Walter Cornell, the
       master, a citizen of the United States of America, 
       claimant of the said ship and cargo, on behalf of Charles 
       De Wolf, of Bristol, in the state of Rhode Island and 
       citizen of the United States of America, the owner thereof,
       appellant, against Joseph Churchill, commander of the 
       private ship of war the Earl of Dublin, the captor, 
       respondent : appellant's case. [London : s.n., 1804]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : (an appeal from
       Nova Scotia) : Little Charlotte, Walter Cornell, master : 
       Walter Cornell, the master, and claimant of the sloop and 
       her cargo, on behalf of Charles De Wolfe of Bristol, in 
       the state of Rhode Island, merchant, and of private 
       adventures on behalf of himself, mate, and seamen, 
       appellant, against Joseph Churchill, commander of the 
       private ship of war Earl of Dublin, the captor, respondent
       : respondent's case. [London : s.n., 1804]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : Little 
       Charlotte : Walter Cornell, master : joint appendix. 
       [London] : T.Gillet, Printer, [1804]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : appeal from the
       Bahama Islands : Fanny, Nathaniel Ingraham, master : 
       Charles Murray, of Greville-Street, Hatton-Garden in the 
       county of Middlesex, gentlemen, claimant of the said ship 
       and general cargo, on behalf of James De Wolf, John De 
       Wolf, and William De Wolf, of Bristol in the state of 
       Rhode Island, and citizens of the United States of America
       the owners thereof, appellant, against Archibald Graham, 
       Benjamin Lightbourn, and Charles Underwood, commanders of 
       the private ships of war Admiral Duncan, Jason, and 
       Favorite, the captors, respondents : appellant's case. 
       [London : s.n., 1804]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : Fanny, 
       Nathaniel Ingraham, master : Charles Murray, claimant of 
       the sloop and general cargo, on behalf of James De Wolf, 
       John De Wolf, and William De Wolf, of Bristol, in the 
       state of Rhode Island merchants, appellant : Archibald 
       Graham, commander of the private ship of war Admiral 
       Duncan, and Benjamin Lightbourne, commander of the private
       ship of war Jason, respondents : an appeal from the Vice 
       Admiralty Court for the Bahama Islands : respondents case,
       1804. [London : s.n., 1804]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : Fanny, 
       Nathaniel Ingraham, master : appeal from the Bahama 
       Islands : joint appendix. [London] : T. Gillet, [1804]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : (an appeal from
       the Vice-Admiralty Court of the Bahama Islands) : the 
       Pegasus, William Hughes, master : Temple Hardy Esquire, 
       commander of His Majesty's ship of war Thunderer, the 
       captor of the said ship and cargo, and James Heseltine 
       Esquire, His Majesty's procurator general, appellants, 
       against William Hughes, the master of the said ship, and 
       claimant of the cargo laden on board the same, on behalf 
       of John Juhel of New York, merchant, and citizen of the 
       United States of America, the asserted sole owner and 
       proprietor thereof, respondent : case on behalf of the 
       appellants. [London : s.n., 1804]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : the Schooner 
       Pegasus W. Hughes, master : Temple Hardy, Esq., commander 
       of His Majesty's ship of war Thunderer, the captor 
       appellant, against Benjamin Davies, supercargo, and 
       claimant of the said ship Pegasus, and cargo, as American 
       property, respondent : an appeal from the Vice-Admiralty 
       Court of the Bahama Islands : respondent's case, 1804. 
       [London] : Printed by C. Rickaby, [1804]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : (an appeal from
       the Vice-Admiralty Court of the Bahama Islands) : Pegasus,
       William Hughes, master : appendix. [London] : Printed by 
       A. Strahan, law printer to His Majesty, [1804]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : the Lewis, 
       William Dickson, master : further proofs, 1804. [London : 
       s.n., 1804]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : Rosinette, 
       Franz Hartman Nielson, master : Diedrick Willink, of 
       London, merchant, the claimant of W R F 1 a 20-20 casks of
       oil, CK RF 15 half, and 8 quarter pipes, do. CW RF 15 do. 
       and 8 do. do. DW1 a 25-25 small casks of oil, on behalf 
       and as the property of Diederick Willink, of Altona, 
       merchant, a subject of His Majesty the King of Denmark, 
       also claimant of FEF 8 cases Alabaster, and 1 large piece 
       of marble, on behalf and as the property of Vincenzo M. 
       Mazalli, of Florence, merchants a subject of the grand 
       Duke of Tuscany, against Nicholas Bado commander of the 
       private ship of war, King's fisher, (the captor), duly 
       cited and intimated, but in nourise appearing, respondent 
       : on an appeal from the Court of Vice Admiralty for the 
       town and fortress of Gibraltar : case on behalf of the 
       appellant. [London : s.n., 1804]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : Rosinette, 
       Franz Hartman Nielson, master. Diedrick Willink, of London,
       merchant, the claimant of part of the cargo, appellant 
       against Nicholas Bado, commander of the private ship of 
       war King's Fisher, (the captor), duly cited and intimated,
       but nowise appearing, respondent : appendix. [London] : C.
       and R. Baldwin, [1804]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : (appeal from 
       the High Court of Admiralty of England) : the Orion, Isaac
       Cushing, master : Admiral Sir Robert Kingsmill Baronet, 
       late commander in chief of His Majesty's naval forces on 
       the Irish Station, appellant, Sir Thomas Williams Knight, 
       late commander of His Majesty's ship of war Unicorn, the 
       captor of the said Ship Orion and ber cargo, respondent : 
       the appellant's case. [London : s.n., 1804]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : (appeal from 
       the High Court of Admiralty of England) : the Orion, Isaac
       Cushing, master Sir Robert Kingsmill Baronet, admiral of 
       the Blue, and late commander in chief of His Majesty's 
       ships and vessels of war upon the Irish station, appellant,
       against Sir Thomas Williams knight, late commander of His 
       Majesty's frigate of war the Unicorn, respondent : case on
       behalf of the respondent. [London : s.n., 1804]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : (an appeal from
       the High Court of Admiralty of England) : Orion, Isaac 
       Cushing, master : appendix. [London] : Printed by A. 
       Strahan, law printer to His Majesty, [1805?]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : Eenigheden, 
       Jens Thuesen, master : (an appeal from the High Court of 
       Admiralty) : Herman Heyman, Esquire of Bremen, claimant of
       the cargo on behalf of Conrad Wilhelmi and Carl Gottfried 
       Hane, also of Bremen, the sole owners thereof, appellant 
       G.Middleton, Esquire, commander of His Majesty's Frigate 
       Flora, the captor, and James Heseltine, Esquire, His 
       Majesty's procurator general, respondents : the 
       appellant's case. [London] : Printed by A. Strahan, law 
       printer to His Majesty, [1805?]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : (an appeal from
       the High Court of Admiralty of England) : Eenigheden, Jens
       Thuesen, master : Herman Heyman of Bremen, Claimant of the
       cargo of the said ship, on behalf of Conrad Wilhelmi, and 
       Carl Gottfried Hane, of the same place, merchants, 
       subjects of the Free Imperial City of Bremen, the asserted
       sole owners and proprietors thereof, Appellant, against 
       Robert Gambier middleton, Esquire, commander of His 
       Majesty's ship of war flora, the Captor of the said ship 
       and cargo; and James Heseltine, Esquire, His Majesty's 
       procurator-general, Respondents. case on behalf of the 
       Respondents. [London] : Printed by A. Strahan, law printer
       to His Majesty, [1805?]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : Eenigheden, 
       Jens Thuesen, master : appendix to the cases of the 
       appellant and respondent. [London] : Wright, [1804]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : Berlin, 
       Johannes Poort, master : (an appeal from the High Court of
       Admiralty) : Sebastian Fridag, of London, Esquire, His 
       Prussian Majesty's consul general for Great Britain, 
       claimant of the ship, on behalf of Philip Julius Abegg, of
       Embden, merchant, a Prussian subject, the owner thereof, 
       appellant John Crickitt, Esquire, marshal of the High 
       Court of Admiralty, the seizor of the said ship : George 
       Gostling, Esquire, His Majesty's procurator general in his
       office of Admiralty : and William Lotherington, claimant 
       of the ship, on behalf of British subjects, the asserted 
       owners thereof, respondents : the appellant's case. 
       [London] : Printed by A. Strahan, law printer to His 
       Majesty, [1805?]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : the Berlin, 
       Johannes Poort, master : formerly called the adviced. 
       Thomas Lotherington master : Subastian Fridag of London 
       Esquire, the claimant of the ship as the sole property of 
       Philip Julias Abegg of Embden, merchant, a Prussian 
       subject, appellant, against Our Sovereign Lord the King, 
       in his office of Admiralty : and also against William 
       Lotherington, a British subject, the claimant of the ship,
       the property of himself and others, also British subjects,
       as a recapture intervening : case on behalf of William 
       Lotherington, one of the respondents. [London] : Printed 
       by A. Strahan, law printer to His Majesty, [1805?]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : Berlin, 
       Johannes Poort, master : appendix to the cases of the 
       appellant and respondents. [London] : Printed by A. 
       Strahan, law printer to His Majesty, [1805?]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : the Berlin, 
       Johannes Poort, master : formerly, the advice, Thomas 
       Lotherington, master : additional appendix to the cases of
       the appellant and respondents. [London] : Printed by A. 
       Strahan, law printer to His Majesty, [1805?]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : on an appeal 
       from the High Court of Admiralty of England : the Clarissa,
       Philippollard, master : formerly the Brenthall : David 
       Cargill, of Boston, in the state of Massachusetts, in 
       North America, merchant, a citizen of the United States of
       America, the claimant and sole owner and proprietor of the
       said ship, appellant against John Buchanan, Esq., 
       commander of His Majesty's ship of war Roebuck : George 
       Bowen, Esq., commander of His Majesty's ship of war Trusty
       : and James Heseltine, Esq., His Majesty's procurator 
       general, and also against George Hastings, of Plaisfow in 
       the county of Essex, merchant, the claimant of the said 
       ship : on behalf of himself and others, respectively 
       British subjects, as a recapture, intervening, respondents
       : case on behalf of the appellant, 1804. [London] : Brooke,
       [1804]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : (an appeal from
       the High Court of Admiralty of England) : the Clarissa, 
       Philippollard, master : the Brenthall, Anthony Cortis, 
       Master, David Cargill of Boston, in the state of 
       Massachusetts in North America, merchant, a citizen of the
       United States of America, the claimant of the said ship as
       his own sole property, appellant, against, John Buchanan 
       Esquire, commander of His Majesty's ship of war Roebuck : 
       George Bowen Esquire, commander of His Majesty's ship of 
       war Trusty : and James Heseltine Esquire, His Majesty's 
       procurator-general : and also against George Hastings of 
       Plaistow, in the county of Essex, merchant, the claimant 
       of the said ship, on behalf of himself and others, 
       respectively British subjects, as a recapture, intervening,
       respondents : case on behalf of George Hastings, one of 
       the respondents. [London] : Printed by A. Strahan, law 
       printer to His Majesty, [1805?]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : On an Appeal 
       from the High Court of Admiralty of england. The Clarissa,
       Philippollard, master : formerly the brenthall, anthony 
       cortis, master : David cargill, of Boston, in the State of
       massachusetts, in North america, merchant, a citizen of 
       the United States of America, the Claimant and sole owner 
       land proprietor of the said ship, Appellant. against John 
       buchanan, Esq., commander of His Majesty's ship of war 
       roebucr; george bowen, Esq., commander of His Majesty's 
       ship of war trusty; and James Heseltine, Esq., His 
       Majesty's procurator general, and also against George 
       Hastings of Plaistow in the county of Essex, merchant, the
       claimant of the said ship, on behalf of himself and others,
       respectively British subjects, as a recapture, intervening,
       respondents : appendix to the cases of the appellant and 
       respondents, 1804. [London] : Brooke, [1804]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : (an appeal from
       the High Court of Admiralty of England) : L'Hirondelle, A.
       Cochin, commander, the Honourable Robert Stopford, 
       commander of His Majesty's ship of war Phæ´¯n : and Henry 
       Jenkins esquire, commander of His Majesty's ship of war 
       Ambuscade, the capture of the said ship, appellants 
       against Our Sovereign Lord the King and James Heseltine 
       esquire, His Majesty's procurator-general, respondent : 
       case on behalf of the appellants : to be heard before 
       their Lordships at the Cockpit, Whitehall, on the day of 
       1804. [London] : Printed by A. Strahan, law printer to His
       Majesty, [1804?]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : (an appeal from
       the High Court of Admiralty of England) : L'Hirondelle, 
       Arnaud Cochon, master : the Honourable Robert Stopford, 
       commander of His Majesty's ship of war Phaeton, and Henry 
       Jenkins esquire, commander of His Majesty's ship of war 
       Ambuscade, the captors of the said ship, appellants 
       against Our Sovereign Lord the King : and James Heseltine 
       esquire, His Majesty's procurator-general, respondents : 
       case on behalf of the respondents : to be heard before 
       their lordships at the Cockpit, Whitehall, on the day of 
       1804. [London] : Printed by A. Strahan, law printer to His
       Majesty, [1804?]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : (an appeal from
       the High Court of Admiralty of England) : L'Hirondelle, 
       Arnaud Cochon, commander : appendix. [London] : Printed by
       A. Strahan, law printer to His Majesty, [1804?]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : Franklin, 
       George Wilhelm Seegebarth master : (an appeal from the 
       High Court of Admiralty) : Sebastian Fridag, of London, 
       esquire His Prussian Majesty's consul-general for Great 
       Britain, claimant of the ship, on behalf of Prussian 
       subjects, the owners thereof, appellant. [London : s.n., 
       1804]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : Franklin, 
       George Wilhelm Seegebarth, master : Sebastian Fridag, of 
       London, esquire, claimant of the ship, on behalf of John 
       Chr. Brede, of Stettin, a subject of the King of Prussia, 
       Henry Burmester, of London, merchants, claimant of the 
       cargo, consisting of iron, deals, and hemp, on behalf of 
       Frans Prevost, of Hamburgh, appellants, against Philip Le 
       Roux, commander of the private ship of war General Gordon,
       the captor, respondent : on an appeal from the High Court 
       of Admiralty of England : respondent's case, 1804. [London
       : s.n., 1804]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : Franklin, 
       George Wilhelm Seegebarth, master : appendix to the cases 
       of the appellant and respondent. [London] : Printed by A. 
       Strahan, law printer to His Majesty, [1805?]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : the Schooner 
       Betsey lloyd William Canby, master : John Fry, of London, 
       merchant, claimant of the schooner and cargo, on behalf of
       Richard Gernon, of Philadelphia, merchant, appellant 
       against John Ferrier, Esq., commander of His Majesty's 
       Ship Yark, and Henry Bayntun, Esq., commander of His 
       Majesty's Ship Quebec, respondent, further proofs, 1804. 
       [London : s.n., 1804]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes : the Orion, 
       William Stevenson, master : the said William Stevension, 
       the master and claimant of the said schooner, as the 
       property of Leopold Notnagle, and Frederick Montmollin, of
       the city of Philadelphia, merchants, and claimant of the 
       cargo, on behalf of said Leopold Notnagle, Frederick 
       Montmollin, and Peter Aupoix, of the city of New York, 
       merchant, and himself the said master, appellant against 
       William Chilcott, Esq., commander of His Majesty's ship 
       Adventure, respondent : an appeal from the Vice-Admiralty 
       Court of Jamaica : on further proof, 1804. [London : s.n.,
       1804]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes, the Schooner Fly,
       Henry Palmer, master, the said Henry Palmer, the master, 
       claimant of the schooner and cargo, on behalf of Stephen 
       Juhmel, of New York, merchant, a citizen of the United 
       States of America, appellant, against Laurence Nutson, 
       commander of the private ship of War Eagle, respondent : 
       on further proof, 1804. [London : s.n., 1805]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes, the Brig Polly 
       and Nancy, Jedediah Olcott, master the Jedediah Olcott, 
       the master, a citizen of the United States, of America, 
       climant of the said brig and part of the cargo, as his 
       sole property, appellant, and M'Illiam Fulpord, commander 
       of the private ship of War Ranger, respondent : an appeal 
       from the Vice-Admiralty Court of the Bahama Islands : 
       appellant's case, 1804. [London] : Printed by I. & I. 
       Walter, [1805]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes, the Polly and 
       Nancy, Jedediah Olcott, master : appendix, 1804. Farquhar,
       proctor for appellant. [London] : Printed by I. & I. 
       Walter, [1805]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes, General 
       Linderman, Peter Markoe, master, Peter Markoe, the master,
       claimant of the cargo on behalf of John, Martin, and 
       Christian Krause, of the Island of St. Croix, merchants, 
       and subjects of the king of Demark, and of the private 
       adventures of himself and Crew, appellant, against Thomas 
       Smith, commander of the private ship of War Marshall, the 
       captor, respondent : on an appeal from the Vice-Admiralty 
       Court of Bermuda : appellant's case, 1804. [London] : 
       Brooke, printer, [1805]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes, General 
       Lindemann, Peter Markoe, master, Peter Markoe, the master,
       and claimant of the ship and cargo, as Danish property, 
       appellant, Thomas Smith, commander of the private ship of 
       War Marshall, the captor, respondent, appeal from the Vice
       -Admiralty Court at Bermuda : respondent's case, 1804. 
       [London] : Brooke, printer, [1805]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes, General Lindeman,
       Peter Markoe, master : appendix, 1804. [London] : Printed 
       by M. and S. Brooke, [1805]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes, Los Tres Amigos,
       Jose Cantillo, master : (an appeal from Jamaica), the said
       Jose Cantillo, claimant of the said ship and cargo, under 
       a licence from the Lieutenant Governor of Jamaica, on 
       behalf of Santa Maria, and Cussa, of the Havanab, 
       merchants, and subjects of His Majesty the King of Spain, 
       the true, lawful, and sole ownera and properietors thereof
       claimant and appellant, against Robert Plampin, Esq., 
       commander of His Majesty's ship of War Lowissosse, and 
       John Hayes, Esq., commander of His Majesty's ship of War 
       Swallow, the captors, and also against James Heseltine, 
       Esq., His Majesty's procurator general respondents : case 
       on behalf of the appellant. [London] : Printed by W. 
       Willson, [1805]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes, Los Tress Amigos,
       Jose Cantillo, master, Jose Cantilo, the master and 
       claimant of the said ship and cargo, on behalf of master, 
       Santa Maria and Cuesta of the Havannah, merchants, 
       subjects of His Catholic Majesty the King of Spain, 
       appellant, against Robert Plampin, Esquire, commander of 
       His Majesty's ship Lowestosse, and John Hayes, Esquire, 
       commander of His' Majesty's ship Swallow, the captors of 
       the said ship and cargo, and James Heseltine, Esquire, His
       Majesty's procurator-general, respondents : case on behalf
       of the respondents. [London] : Printed by A. Strahan, law-
       printer to His Majesty, Printers, [1805]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes, the Schooner 
       Tres Amigos, Jose Cantillo, master : an appeal from 
       Jamaica : joint appendix. [London] : Keating, Brown and 
       Keating, printers, [1805]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes, the Schooner 
       Rover, Elias Toy, master, (an appeal from Jamaica), the 
       said Elias Toy, claimant of the said schooner Rover, and 
       the principal part of the cargo laden on board the same, 
       on behalf of Messrs. Rogers and Owings, of Baltimore, in 
       the state of Maryland, merchants, and citizens of the 
       United States of America, the true, lawful, and sole, 
       owners and properitors thereof, and also claimant of 
       remainder of the said cargo, on behalf, and as the true, 
       lawful, and sole, property of Robert Fuster and William 
       Woods, also of Baltimore, and citizens of the said United 
       States, appellant, against Raymond Bayonne, commander of 
       the private ship of war Argonout, the captor respondents 
       case on behalf of the appellant. [London] : Printed by W. 
       Willon, [1805]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes, (an appeal from 
       Jamaica) Rover, Elias Toy, master, Elias Toy, the master 
       and claimant of the schooner and ber cargo, as the 
       property of citizens of the United States of America, 
       appellant, against, Raymond Bayonne, commander of the 
       private ship of war Argonaut, the captor of the said ship 
       and cargo, respondent, respondent's case. [London] : 
       Printed by A. Strahan, law-printer to His Majesty, [1805].
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes, the Schooner 
       Rover, Elias Toy, master : (an appeal from Jamaica) : 
       joint appendix. [London] : Printed by W. Wilson, [1805]. 
501    With: Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords
       Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes, (an appeal from 
       Jamaica), Rover, Elias Toy, master : additional appendix 
       on behalf of the respondent. [London] : Printed by. 
       Strahan, law-printer to His Majesty, [1805]. 
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