London Magazine: Or, Gentleman's Monthly Intelligencer..., Volum 8

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C. Ackers, 1739

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Side 358 - Commissioners for executing the office of Lord High Admiral to will and require the High Court of Admiralty of Great Britain, and the Lieutenant and Judge of the...
Side 358 - ... and goods, that are or shall be taken, and to hear and determine the same ; and. according to the course of admiralty and the laws of nations, to...
Side 307 - Parks ; and for granting a Liberty to carry Sugars of the Growth, Produce, or Manufacture of any of His Majesty's Sugar Colonies in America, from the said Colonies directly to foreign Parts in Ships built in Great Britain, and navigated according to Law ; and to explain Two Acts relating to the.
Side 576 - Siiccefs ; if the People fhould not implicitly refign their Reafon to a Vote of this Houfe, what will be the Confequence ? Will not the Parliament lofe its Authority ? Will it not be thought that, even in Parliament, we are governed by a...
Side 85 - Turkish produce exported, to defray the expense of registration. The Sublime Porte at the same time declares that it reserves to itself the right to establish, by...
Side 85 - Britain, as alfo fever al others that were taken before ; If it happens, that in confequence of the orders that have been difpatched by the court of Spain for the reftitution of them, part, or the who/e of them have been reftored, the fums fo received Jhall be dedufled from the L.
Side 358 - Haprizils of all Ships and Goods that are or shall be taken, and to hear and determine the same, and according to the Course of Admiralty, and the Laws of Nations, to...
Side 357 - ... the king of Spain, or his governors, contrary to the law of nations, and in violation of the treaties subsisting between the crown of Great Britain and Spain, whereby His Majesty's trading subjects had sustained great losses ; and His Majesty having determined to take such measures as were necessary for vindicating the honour of his crown, and for procuring reparation and satisfaction to his injured subjects, was pleased, by and with the advice of his Privy Council, upon the said tenth day of...
Side 307 - America; made in the 11 year of Our Reign: An Act for taking off the duties upon woolen and Bay Yarn imported from Ireland to England and for the more effectual preventing the Exportation of Wool from Great Britain and of Wool manufactured from Ireland to foreign parts, made in the...
Side 98 - These considerations alone were sufficient to incite me to exert my utmost power in vindicating and protecting our undoubted rights and privileges of navigation and commerce; and nothing could add to my own zeal in...

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