3 edition of Records of the Vice Admiralty Court of the Province of New York found in the catalog.
Records of the Vice Admiralty Court of the Province of New York
New York (State). Court of Vice Admiralty.
1963 in Washington : National Archives, National Archives and Records Service, General Services Administration .
Written in English
Microfilm of the handwritten copy.
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The New York Court of Vice Admiralty had jurisdiction over New York, New Jersey and Connecticut. The New York Court of Vice Admiralty records, dating from tocomprise one volume recording decisions chiefly on prize cases, with memoranda on commissions for privateers, at the Court of Vice Admiralty for the Province of New York.
Records of the Vice Admiralty Court of the Province of New. York. T 1 roll. The vice admiralty courts exercised jurisdiction over three kinds of cases: (1) ordinary marine cases, most commonly suits for salvage and seamen's wages; (2) prize cases; and (3) cases arising out of breaches of the acts of trade and navigation and other.
Vice-Admiralty jurisdiction was established in the American colonies. in ; Vice-Admiralty courts were created in Maryland (), New York (which included Connecticut and New Jersey) and South Carolina (), Pennsylvania (which included Delaware) and Virginia (), Massachusetts (), New Hampshire (), Rhode Island (), North Author: Bob Ruppert.
Circuit Judge Hough edited the records of the Vice-Admiralty Court of the Province of New York. At that recent date he believed that in New York alone such records had been preserved; in Rhode Island, he thought, there existed "some remnants".' Now a selected portion of these "remnants" from.
Spanish Town; examination of Jeremiah Higgins, JRecords of the Vice-Admiralty Court of the Province of New York, entry 3, The National Archives at New York City. ARNE BIALUSCHEWSKI April able source. The chapter on Blackbeard is particularly riddled with exag-gerations, misunderstandings, and factual errors.3 Thus it does not comeFile Size: KB.
Records of the Vice-Admiralty Court of the Province of New York (). Kinkor, Kenneth J. Whydah Sourcebook (compiled and unpublished collection of 17th and 18th archival documents related to the ship).
“Pink Charles” Crew Depositions and Itinerary,Box/Golder PX Part A, Philipse Family Manuscripts, Historic Hudson Valley, National Archives Records of Vice Admiralty Court Province of New York Remmé, Richard.
"Margrieta Hardenbroeck ()." Genealogie Online. legislate on the admiralty droits (Colonial Laws of New York, I, 66), but he in fact held courts which the record itself describes as "admiralty courts" (H.R., MSS.
Surr. Rec., New York, Liber I, app.). Professor Andrews goes on to describe the eighteenth century vice-admiralty courts with their civil-law procedure which "forbade" trial by jury.
Reports of Cases: Determined by the High Court of Admiralty, and Upon Appeal Therefrom, Temp. Sir Thomas Salusbury and Sir George Hay, Judges, ; Together with Extracts from the Books and Records of the High Court of Admiralty and the Court of the by Reginald G Marsden.
The Judge of the High Court of Admiralty was established in he was the chief law / Reports of cases in the Vice admiralty of the province of New York and in the Court of admiralty of the state of New York,with an historical introduction and appendix (New Haven, Yale university press; [etc., etc.], ), by New York (State).
Court of Vice Admiralty, Charles M. Hough, and New York (State). - Records of the Vice-Admiralty court of the Province of New York - images only. - Chancery minutes and orders - images only. wills - Probate records - images only.
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Records of the Vice-Admiralty Court of Rhode Island: Washington, D.C.: American Historical Association Committee on Legal History, Contains incomplete extracts of cases and a history of admiralty jurisdiction in Rhode Island.
Ubbelohde, Carl. The Vice-Admiralty Courts and the American Revolution. The court was abolished inwhen the Supreme Court of New South Wales was granted the Admiralty jurisdiction of the court.
Canada [ edit ] A Vice Admiralty Court was formed in Nova Scotia to try smugglers and to enforce the Sugar Act of throughout British North America. The statement by Judge Charles M. Hough, editor of the Reports of Cases in the Vice Admiralty of the Province of New York (), is fairly typical: Maryland is not known to contain any Vice Admiralty remains.
The Library of Congress possesses one volume entitled Records of the Vice Admiralty Court (sic). See form used in New York, Hough, Reports description begins Charles M. Hough, ed., Reports of Cases in the Vice Admiralty of the Province of New York and in the Court of Admiralty of the State of New York, –, New Haven, description ends – The minute books of the Vice Admiralty Court of the Province of New York cover the period from to The court considered cases that related to maritime law: ships and shipping, wrecks, collisions, cargo damage, prize cases, and freight contracts.
But a single Vice Admiralty Court covering the entire expanse of America did not work well geographically.
So, the Vice Admiralty Court Act of July 6, amended the law to provide for four territorial Vice Admiralty Courts in Halifax, Boston, Philadelphia and Charles Town.
One other issue relates to the Hancock : Neal Nusholtz. miralty Book of Accounts," covering the condemnation proceedings of the court of vice-admiralty within the province between the yearsthere is no account given of any seizure that was prosecuted in that court between Decemand ^ This would strongly suggest that cases involving contraband.
AUTHOR/EDITOR: New York (State). Court of Vice Admiralty. TITLE: Reports of cases in the Vice admiralty of the province of New York: and in the Court of admiralty of the state of New York,with an historical introduction and appendix / edited by Charles Merrill Hough.
Full text of "The New York genealogical and biographical record" See other formats. A Guide to Revolutionary War Records in the Delaware Public Archives.
Commission issued by the Vice Admiralty Court, Bermuda, against American shipping, to Robert Burton, The American Heritage Book of the American Revolution. New York: American Heritage Publishing Company, The judge who presided in that court was at the same time the judge of the Vice-Admiralty Courts of New York, Pennsylvania, the Jerseys, New Hampshire, Connecticut, Maine and Nova Scotia, 27 and it must have been that he held and exercised the same jurisdiction, when holding court in the other colonies or provinces included in his commission.
TITLE: Reports of cases in the Vice admiralty of the province of New York: and in the Court of admiralty of the state of New York,with an historical introduction and appendix PUBLISHER: New Haven: Yale university press; [etc., etc.], Author: Maureen Moran.
Andrews, “Vice Admiralty Courts in the Colonies,” in Records of the Vice Admiralty Court of Rhode Island, – 22 note (Washington, ed.
Dorothy S. Towle, ). Subsequent research has disclosed that the High Court and the Privy Council continued to exercise concurrent jurisdiction in appeals, at least in cases under the Acts of.
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The Mayor's Court at New York (and the Mayor's Court at Albany from ) was not looked upon as town court, by the way. The county system was expanded, the old shrievalty of Yorkshire and other county division, bailiwicks and so forth, giving way to new political divisions which organized the province into twelve counties.
Online Records [edit | edit source] Colonial Records. South Carolina. Secretary of the Province. Images only. A Partially digitized index is available here.
Court Records. South Carolina (Colony) Court of Vice-admiralty. Images only. Pre-federal Admiralty Court records, province and state of South Carolina, 4. Rhode Island General Court of Trials 5.
Records of the Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations in New England. Records of the Vice Admiralty Court of Rhode Island, S Caroliu 1.
Cushing, John. The Earliest Laws of South Carolina, 2. Documents Relating to Indian Affairs. August 7. Full text of "Reports of Cases Decided in the Vice-Admiralty Court of New Brunswick from " See other formats.
Vice-Admiralty Courts at Port Bath Vice Admiralty cases concerned maritime commerce in the province and infringements of Navigation Acts. North Carolina’s Vice-Admiralty court was not as visible as the provincial Common law courts but they both were used routinely by Port Bath with respect to maritime and trade law violations.
The records of the Court of Vice Admiralty at Sierra Leone state that Thorpe served as agent for the Crown in both an case involving the condemnation of a cargo of slaves, and a separate case involving the illegal sale of an African woman by the name of Fee Seng Be, alias Betsey. Coward refused to enter a plea, arguing that piracy could not be tried in common-law court, but only in Admiralty court.
Further, since the presiding Vice-Admiralty judge was the now-deposed Governor Andros, there was no Admiralty court in the province. The court, headed by justice Samuel Sewall, convicted Coward anyway and sentenced him to hang.
"A list of vessels libelled [sic] and condemned in the Court of Vice Admiralty for the province of New York from the 13th of October to the 12th January " List of over vessels with the name and type of vessel, and its master or owner. (1 v. 28 p.) (Also available on microfilm: MA/FM,E) 1: (note).
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New York Court of Vice Admiralty records 2 items. Erste [-XXVI.] Schiffart 2 items. Views in South America 2 items. New York State Comptroller memorandum book 2 items. Architect records 2 items. Essay on sepulchres. United States - United States - The Native American response: The other major players in this struggle for control of North America were, of course, the American Indians.
Modern historians no longer see the encounters between Native Americans and Europeans through the old lens in which “discoverers of a New World” find a “wilderness” inhabited by “savages.”. Minute book of proceedings of the Port Roseway Associates, New York,with a list of the Associates (data for each associate contains - trade, family numbers related to men, women, children and servants), and some correspondence with officials (p.
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Although the early records of the Nova Scotia Court of Vice-Admiralty are catalogued as being among the Provincial Archives, diligent search has failed to reveal their whereabouts.
In many cases but bare notes of applications for Letters of Marque are in existence and no further information about the vessels is obtainable.
In November Couty's ship Trial was condemned by the Jamaica Vice-Admiralty Court on the ground that Couty, a Jew, was by definition a foreigner.
In appealing the decision in England to the Council of Trade and Plantations, Couty obtained certificates from Governor Lovelace of New York indicating that he had been a free burgher of New York. Nova Scotia was heavily involved in the American Revolution (Nova Scotia included present-day New Brunswick until this colony was created after the war).
The American Revolution (–) had a significant impact on shaping Nova Scotia. At the beginning, there was ambivalence in Nova Scotia, "the 14th American Colony" as some called it, over whether the Location: Nova Scotia.
(36) Ontario, The Maritime Court Rules,which appear to have been fashioned on an earlier version of the Vice-Admiralty Court Rules in England. A later set of rules, published inare generally in accord with the Vice-Admiralty Court Rules in England.
(37) Re the Tug "Kate Moffatt" (), 15 Can. L.J. at (M.C. Ont.).Five laws are often mentioned: the Revenue Act ofthe Indemnity Act, the Commissioners of Customs Act, the Vice Admiralty Court Act, and the New York Restraining purpose was to raise revenue in the colonies to pay the salaries of governors and judges so that they would be independent of colonial rule, to create a more effective.