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The Maritime Dicaeologie, Or, Sea-Jurisdiction Of England

In Three Books

by John Exton

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Published by Lawbook Exchange .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Military,
  • General,
  • Law,
  • Legal Reference / Law Profession,
  • Admiralty,
  • England,
  • Maritime law

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages404
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12313251M
    ISBN 101584774800
    ISBN 109781584774808

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TITLE: The maritime dicaeologie, or, Sea-jurisdiction of England: in three books: the first setting forth the antiquity of the admiralty in England, the second proving the ports, havens, and creeks of the sea to be within the jurisdiction of the admiralty, the third shewing that all contracts concerning maritime affairs are within the jurisdiction of the admiralty, and there cognoscible.

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The maritime dicaeologie, or, Sea-jurisdiction of England: in three books: the first setting forth the antiquity of the admiralty in England, the second proving the ports, havens, and creeks of the sea to be within the jurisdiction of the admiralty, the third shewing that all contracts concerning maritime affairs are within the jurisdiction of the admiralty, and there cognoscible / by John.

In he was appointed by the parliament judge of the court of admiralty, and in this office he was confirmed and reappointed by the Duke of York after the Restoration. Exton died about Exton wrote The Maritime Dicæologie, or Sea Jurisdiction of England, set forth in three several books, ; 2nd ed.

Publications for the Navy Records Society, Volume First edition. Large 8vo, [7, Society's list of books], original two-tone cloth lettered in gilt on spine with Society's emblem stamped in gilt on upper cover; spine faded, white cloth of binding slightly soiled; internally, some foxing, else good.

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"Although the soil of this Kingdome of England, wherein we are so happily and in so plentifull a manner planted and settled, be so blessed THE MARITIME DICAEOLOGIE, OR SEA-JURISDICTION OF ENGLAND at xii-xiv (I), HARVARD LAW REVIEW [Vol.

7I which would be out of place in reviewing a more ephemeral book. Chapter i, Introduction. Exton wrote The Maritime Dicæologie, or Sea Jurisdiction of England, set forth in three several books, ; 2nd ed.

It was written chiefly to maintain the jurisdiction of his court. It was written chiefly to maintain the jurisdiction of his court.

Exton, John – The maritime dicæologie, or, Sea-jurisdiction of England set forth in three several books: the first setting forth the antiquity of the admiralty in England, the second setting forth the ports, havens, and creeks of the sea to be within the jurisdiction of the admiralty, the third shewing that all .The maritime dicæologie, or, Sea-jurisdiction of England: set forth in three several books: the first setting forth the antiquity of the admiralty in England, the second setting forth the ports, havens, and creeks of the sea to be within the by: Exton, John, ?

Published: ().page note 4 See, for instance, J. Exton, The Maritime Dicaeologie; or Sea-Jurisdiction of England,p. Justice is compared to a bird with two wings, the Sea and the Land Laws.

Corresponding with “that happy Government of all Land affairs by its municipal laws,” the nation had “Navies, Trade and Commerce under that exact Government which hath ordered and guided all Maritime Cited by: 9.