Prizes (Property captured at sea) -- England. : A correct account of the trial at large between Ross Donnelly Esq., a post captain in His Majesty's Navy, plaintiff, and Sir Home Popham, Knt., defendant, before Sir James Mansfield, Chief Justice of His Majesty's Court of Common Pleas and a Special Jury [electronic resource] : on Saturday, the 27th day of June, 1807, at Westminster Hall, deciding a question of great importance to all naval and military officers.
Prizes (Property captured at sea) -- England -- London -- Early works to 1800. : Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes, Hedwig Charlotta, Samuel Jacobson, master, Amy Gideon Bourdillon, claimant of the cargo laden and on board the said ship at the time of the capture thereof, on behalf of Messieurs Jaques and Andre Bidermann and Co., of Winterthour, in Switzerland, and subjects of the Swiss Cantons the owners and proprietors thereof, appellant, against George Hayes, commander of His Majesty's Lugger the Experiment, respondent [electronic resource].
Prizes (Property captured at sea) -- Germany -- Cases. : La Guerre de 1914 [electronic resource] : jurisprudence allemande en matière de prises maritimes : décisions de la Cour suprême de Berlin : recueil de décisions, suivi des textes intéressant le droit international maritime / publiés par l'Allemagne pendant la guerre par M. Paul Fauchille et M. Charles de Visscher ; avec la collaboration de M.J. Blociszewski.
Prizes (Property captured at sea) -- Japan -- Cases. : Russian and Japanese prize cases : being a collection of translations and summaries of the principal cases decided by the Russian and Japanese prize courts arising out of the Russo-Japanese war, 1904-5 / edited by C.J.B. Hurst and F.E. Bray.
Prizes (Property captured at sea) Law and legislation -- See Prize law
Prizes (Property captured at sea) -- Russia -- Cases. : Russian and Japanese prize cases : being a collection of translations and summaries of the principal cases decided by the Russian and Japanese prize courts arising out of the Russo-Japanese war, 1904-5 / edited by C.J.B. Hurst and F.E. Bray.
Prizes (Property captured at sea) -- Scotland -- Early works to 1800. : Unto the Right Honourable the Lords of Council and Session, the petition of Christian Severin Balle merchant in Christiansands in Norway, owner of the ship the Joanna Catarina of Christiansands, formerly called The John and Robert of Newcastle, and of John Matthias Brink, master of said ship, ... [electronic resource].
Prizes (Property captured at sea) -- United States -- Cases. : Prize cases decided in the United States Supreme Court, 1789-1918 : including also cases on the instance side in which questions of prize law were involved / prepared in the Division of International Law of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, under the supervision of James Brown Scott.
Prizes (Rewards) -- See Awards. --subdivision Awards under names of individual persons and corporate bodies, and under topical headings, eg Harvard University--Awards.
Prizes -- Taxation -- Jamaica -- Early works to 1800. : To the Honourable the Commons of Great Britain in Parliament assembled; the return of the Commissioners of the Customs to an order of this Honourable House, dated the 18th instant, directing the said Commissioners to lay before this House, An account of the bonds taken for prize goods brought into Jamaica., which were unsatisfied upon the first of June last, according to the directions of the act pass'd the 9th year of Her Majesty's reign, ... [electronic resource].
PRO Aresty, Esther Bradford (donor) : Reflexions upon ridicule [electronic resource] : or, what it is that makes a man ridiculous; and the means to avoid it. Wherein are represented the different manners and characters of persons of the present age; Of Unpoliteness. Indiscretion. Affectation. Foolish Vanity. the bad Taste. Imposture. the Morose Humour. Impertinence. Of Prejudice. Interest. Sufficiency. Absurdities. Crprice. False Delicacy. Decorum.