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Damages -- Early works to 1800
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Accompt betwixt the Right Honourable the E[arl] of Kinnoul, and John Robertsone of Goodlyburn his Lordship's fewar and vassal, per contra creditor
Robertson, John, of Goodlyburn
[Edinburgh : s.n., 1719]
1719
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Before the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes. The America, Charles Van Wysmantel, master. Appeal fom the Vice-Admiralty Court of the island of Barbadoes. Bartholomew songa of Warnford-Court, Throgmorton-Street, London, merchant, the claimant of the said ship, her tackle, apparel and furniture, as the true, lawful and sole property of James Bernhard Standaert of the city of Ghent, in flanders, merchant, a subject of His Imperial Majesty the Emperor of Germany, and also claimant of al
Great Britain. Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes
[London : s.n., 1785?]
1785?
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3
 

Ans.-William Heron, to Cond.-R. Stewart, Esq. &c. J. Campbell, Jun. W.S. Agent. H. Clerk. Answers for William Heron, tenant in the lands of Cruivie. To the correspondence for Robert Stewart, Esq; of St. Fort, and John and James Greig, sons of John Greig, late tenant in Hay's-Mill
Heron, William
[Edinburgh : s.n., 1798]
1798
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Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes. Antwerpse Welvaaren, Jan Jansen, master. Caleb Mumford, of the island of Jamaica, merchant, the claimant of the ship and her whole cargo, as the sole property of Maximilian Emanuel Solvyns and Son, of Antwerp, merchants, subjects of the emperor of Germany, - - - appellant. Andrew M'Neil, commander of the private ship of war the Gayton, the captor, - - - - - - - respondent. An appeal from the Vice Admir
Great Britain. Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes
[London : s.n., 1786]
1786
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5
 

A bill for draining and improving certain fen-lands lying in Denver, Upwell, Outwell, and Welney, within the Isle of Ely, county of Cambridge, and county of Norfolk
Great Britain. Parliament
[London : s.n., 1749]
1749
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6
 

A bill for enforcing the laws against persons, who shall steal or detain shipwrecked goods; and for the relief of persons suffering losses thereby
Great Britain. Parliament
[London : s.n., 1753]
1753
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Challoner Ogle, Esq; appellant. John Sansom, Esq; brother and executor to Michael Sansom, Esq; deceas'd, respondent. The respondent's case
Sansom, John
[London : s.n., 1714]
1714
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8
 

Challoner Ogle, Esq; appellant. John Sansom, Esq; brother and executor to Michael Sansom, Esq; deceas'd, respondent. The respondent's case
Sansom, John
[London : s.n., 1715]
1715
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9
 

Challoner Ogle, Esq; appellant. John Sansom, executor of Michael Sansom, Esq; respondent. The appellant's case
Ogle, Chaloner, Sir, 1681?-1750
[London : s.n., 1715]
1715
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10
 

Condes. R. Stewart, &c. against William Heron. Wm Beveridge, W.S. Agent. H. Condescendence for Robert Stewart, Esq; of St Fort, and John and James Greig, sons of John Greig, late tenant in Hay's Mill, pursuers; against William Heron, tenant in the lands of Cruivie, defender
Stewart, Robert, b. 1746
[Edinburgh : s.n., 1797]
1797
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Francis Partis, plaintiff in the errors, and defendant in the action. John Egelsham, defendant in the errors, and plaintiff in the action. The case of John Egelsham the defendant in errors
Egelsham, John
[London : s.n., 1712]
1712
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12
 

God the great ruler of mighty waters, Being a full and particular account, of the great damages, done by that prodigious spring-tide, which happened on the 16th. of this instant Feb. 1735-6. Also an extract of a letter, from the hundred of How in Kent, to a gentleman in town. Giving a deplorable account of the total overflowing of that hundred. With a dreadfull relation how several of the farmer's wives and others, had the shocking sight, to behold from their upper appartments, their husbands, s

London : Printed by J. Jones, in the Strand, [1736]
1736
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The Honourable Mrs. Osborne's, letter, to the Lords of the Admiralty, ...
Osborn, Sarah, 1693-1775
[London? : s.n.], February 17, 1757
1757
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The Honourable the knights, citizens, and burgesses, in Parliament assembled. State of the case of several Protestant traders and handycraft men in the several cities and corporate towns in this Kingdom, ...

[Dublin : s.n., 1709?]
1709?
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Information for the Dutch East-India Company, against Captain Alexander Hamilton
Nederlandsche Oostindische Compagnie
[Edinburgh : s.n., 1731]
1731
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The Insolvents humble address to Her Majesty

London : [s.n.], Printed in the year MDCCXXVIII. [1728]
1728
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17
 

Memorial for James Macharg of Kiers, Quintin and Isabel Machargs, his children, pursuers; against Colin Cambell [sic], late major-commandant of the 100th regiment of foot, defender
McHarg, James
[Edinburgh : s.n., 1767]
1767
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18
 

Memorial for James Murray, Esq; receiver-general of His Majesty's customs, with concourse of His Majesty's advocate, pursuer
Scotland. Receiver-General of Customs in Scotland
[Edinburgh : s.n., 1761]
1761
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An act for vesting the estate whereof the Right Honourable Edward, late Earl of Drogheda, died seized in fee-simple, in trustees, to raise by sale of a competent part thereof, money sufficient to discharge his debts and legacies, and other incumbrances affecting the same
Ireland
Dublin : Printed by Boulter Grierson, printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty, M,DCC,LXVIII. [1768]
1768
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20
 

The proceedings on the trial of Captain G------------, late of His Majesty's ship the Severn, on an action on the case wherein the damages sued for was 10,000l. For crim. con. with Ad----l K-----s's lady; which was tried in the Court of King's Bench at Guildhall, by a special jury, on Saturday the eleventh day of June, 1757. When one thousand pounds damages [were] given to the plaintiff. With an introductory ..
Knowles, Charles, Sir, 1704?-1777
London : printed for H. Owen, at [the Britannia] Printing-Office, White[-Fyers, Fleet-Street, 1757]
1757
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21
 

An act for widening and repairing the road from Combebridge, in the county of Somerset, to Bradford, in the county of Wilts; and from thence, through Hilperton, and so far over Ashton Common, as to join the road which leads from Steeple-Ashton to Trowbridge; and also the road leading from Bradford asoresaid to Cockhill-gate, in the said county of wilts
Great Britain. Parliament
[London? : s.n.], Printed in the year M.DCC.LII. [1752]
1752
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22
 

An act to enable cetain inhabitants of the county of Armagh, who have been injured in their persons or properties, to recover compensation for such injuries by presentment, notwithstanding the time by law prescribed for applying for such presentment be lapsed. Saturday the twenty-fifth day of March, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-seven, Royal assent given
Ireland
Dublin : Printed by George Grierson, printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty, 1797
1797
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23
 

Reasons for sustaining the accompt of expenseas [sic] as it is stated and modifying the damnages [sic] in the action pursued before the Lords of His Majesties Most Honourable Privy Council at the Laird of Innes instance against Thomas Calder and others. Upon which accompt of expense Innes is able to depone
Innes, Henry, Sir, ca. 1670-1721
[Edinburgh : s.n., 1701?]
1701?
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Reasons why the bill now about to be presented to the House of Commons, for licensing the Royalty-Theatre, should not pass into a law

[London : s.n., 1794?]
1794?
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Before the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes. San Buena Ventura, Augustin de Butron, master. Thomas Fagg, commander of the private ship of war the Surprise, and Thomas White, commander of the private ship of war the two brothers, - - - - - - appellants, and Augustin de Butron, master and claimant of the said ship and cargo, - - - - respondent. The respondent's further case
Great Britain. Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes
[London : s.n., 1785?]
1785?
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[Si]r William Gordon, bar. Appellant. Lodovick Gordon, merchant in Elgin, respondent. The respondent's case
Gordon, Lodovick
[London : s.n., 1731]
1731
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Sir William Gordon, bart. Appellant. Ludovick Gordon merchant in Elgin, respondent, the appellant's case
Gordon, William, Sir
[London : s.n., 1731]
1731
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A speech in the House of Commons, against the naturalizing of foreigners; By Sir John Knight of Bristol, in the year, 1693
Knight, John, Sir, d. 1718
London : Printed and sold by Edm. Powell, at the Prince's-Arms, in Black-Friars, [1710?]
1710?
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Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes. St. Eustatius, and its dependencies. No. II. Claim of Richard Puller. Richard Puller, of London, claimant of sundry goods, on behalf of himself, and his father and partner Christopher Puller, ----- appellant, against Sir George Brydges (now Lord) Rodney, and Lieut-General John Vaughan, the commanders in Chief of His Majesty's Sea and land forces on an expedition ot the Isalnd of St. Eustatius the capto
Great Britain. Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes
[London : s.n., 1786?]
1786?
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Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes. St. Eustatius, and its dependencies. No. II. Claim of Richard Puller. Richard Puller, of London, claimant of sundry goods, on behalf of himself, and his father and partner Christopher Puller,----- Appellant, against Sir George Brydges (now Lord) Rodney, and Lieut-General John Vaughan, the commanders in Chief of His Majesty's sea and land forces on expedition to the Island of St. Eustatius the captors,
Great Britain. Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes
[London : s.n., 1786?]
1786?
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State of the process, John Macfadzean and others; against Messrs. Fairholmes and Malcolm. ...
Macfadzean, John
[Edinburgh : s.n., 1758]
1758
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To the lords justices of assize for the province of Munster the humble petition of James Regane, Taylor, prisoner, in the city Goal of Corke, in the keeping of John Deane, most humbly, most dutifully, and most reverently expressing, declaring, shewing, and making known, ...
Regane, James
Dublin : [s.n.], Printed in the year 1731
1731
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Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes. Zeldenrust, Hendrick Moerkerken, master. Thomas Potter, commander fo the non-commissioned ship Alexander, and the rest of the officers and crew of the said ship, appellants. Arthur Kempe, Esquire, commander of His Majesty's ship termagant, and the rest of the officers, seamen and other, of the same ship, captors and respondents. On an appeal from the High Court of Admiralty of England. Case on behalf o
Great Britain. Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes
[London : s.n., 1786]
1786
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