The Pamphleteer, Band 14

Abraham John Valpy
A. J. Valpy., 1819

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Seite 4 - Council made under this Act shall be laid before both Houses of Parliament within Six Weeks after issuing the same if Parliament be then sitting, and if not, then within Six Weeks after the Commencement of the then next Session of Parliament.
Seite 10 - We are, therefore, to look upon all the vast apparatus of our government as having ultimately no other object or purpose but the distribution of justice, or, in other words, the support of the twelve judges. Kings and parliaments, fleets and armies, officers of the court and revenue, ambassadors, ministers, and privy-counsellors, are all subordinate in their end to this part of administration.
Seite 7 - And when he had opened the third seal, I heard the third beast say, Come and see. And I beheld, and lo a black horse; and he that sat on him had a pair of balances in his hand. And I heard a voice in the midst of the four beasts say, A measure of wheat for a penny, and three measures of barley for a penny, and see thou hurt not the oil and the wine.
Seite 10 - ... shall draw up in writing an authentic declaration, which shall exhibit the state in which he found the detained ship, and the changes which may have taken place in it.
Seite 10 - Man, born in a family, is compelled to maintain society from necessity, from natural inclination, and from habit. The same creature, in his farther progress, is engaged to establish political society, in order to administer justice, without which there can be no peace among them, nor safety, nor mutual intercourse. We are therefore to look upon all the vast apparatus of our government, as having ultimately no other object or purpose but the distribution of justice, or, in other words, the support...
Seite 3 - Reports from the Committee of Secrecy appointed to consider of the State of the Bank of England, with reference to the expediency of the Resumption of Cash Payments at the period fixed by law, 1819.
Seite 17 - May 1820, and that, from and after that period, it shall not be lawful for any of the subjects of the crown of Spain to purchase slaves, or to carry on the slave trade, on any part of the coast of Africa, upon any pretext or in any manner whatever...
Seite 16 - Court shall award to the claimant or claimants, his or their lawful attorney or attornies, for his or their use, a just and complete indemnification for all costs of suit, and for all losses and damages which the claimant or claimants may have actually sustained by such capture and detention ; that is to say, first, in case of total loss, the claimant or claimants shall be indemnified : a.
Seite 12 - ... are required to decide (as far as they shall find it practicable) within the space of twenty days, to be dated from that on which every detained vessel shall have been brought into the port where they shall reside; 1st. Upon the legality of the capture, 2nd. In the case in which the captured vessel shall have been liberated, as to the indemnification which she is to receive.
Seite 16 - For the slaves on board at the time of detention, according to the computed value of such slaves at the place of destination ; deducting therefrom the usual fair average mortality for the unexpired period of the regular voyage ; deducting also for all charges and expenses payable upon the sale of such cargoes, including commission of sale when payable at such port ; and, Fifthly.

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