In The Vice-Admiralty Court of Nova Scotia. Her Majesty the Queen, plaintiff, against The Ship or Vessel David J. Adams & her cargo. Action for forfeiture of said vessel and cargo, &c., &c


(Vice-Admiralty Court of Nova Scotia). In The Vice-Admiralty Court of Nova Scotia. Her Majesty the Queen, plaintiff, against The Ship or Vessel “DavidJ. Adams” & her cargo. Action for forfeiture of said vessel and cargo, &c. , &c. [Halifax : Vice-Admiralty Court, 1887]. Pp [1]-201,(1). 8vo, limp full maroon morocco. The case of the seizure of the United States vessel DavidJ. Adams on May 7, 1886, by Canadian authorities in Digby Basin. Nova Scot ia. Vessel and cargo condemned as forfeited by Vice-Admiralty Courl at Halifax on October 28. 1889. for having entered Digby port for the purpose of procuring bait. Robert L. Borden (who later became Prime Minister of Canada)acted as Counsel for the plaintiff; N.H. Meagher was solicitor for the def ence. Wear to spine and edges, some tears to stitches at gutter, tears to inner hinges at foot, name, else good to very good. Ex-libris N.H. Meagher (with his signature, dated 1889). Scarce. 500.00

Title: In The Vice-Admiralty Court of Nova Scotia. Her Majesty the Queen, plaintiff, against The Ship or Vessel David J. Adams & her cargo. Action for forfeiture of said vessel and cargo, &c., &c

Author Name: Vice-Admiralty Court of Nova Scotia BORDEN, Robert L. MEAGHER, N.H.

Categories: 888,

Publisher: Halifax Vice-Admiralty Court, Halifax , 1887,:

Seller ID: 91510

Keywords: NAUTICAL NOVA SCOTIA TRIALS COURT VICE-ADMIRALTY CANADA FISHERIES ADMIRALTY COURTS LEGAL HISTORY LAW OF THE SEA LOSTU,