Parliamentary Papers, Volumen 48

H.M. Stationery Office, 1839

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Página 223 - Who, after having communicated to each other their respective full powers, found to be in due and proper form, have agreed upon and concluded the following Articles : — ARTICLE I.
Página 241 - ... which she was captured, no compensation for losses, damages, or expenses consequent upon the detention of such vessel shall in any case be granted...
Página 231 - Commander of the cruizer, shall proceed to the search of the suspected vessel; and in case the suspicions appear well founded, according to the tenor of this Treaty, then the said vessel shall be conducted or sent to one of the places where the Mixed Courts of Justice are stationed, in order that it may there be adjudicated upon.
Página 241 - A quantity of mats or matting larger than is necessary for the use of the crew of the vessel as a merchant vessel.
Página 256 - ... the expense and risks of the delay, the Courts may, at their discretion, grant an additional delay, not exceeding four months.
Página 71 - An Act to amend and consolidate the Laws relating to the Abolition of the Slave Trade...
Página 251 - Ship, the Latitude and Longitude of the Place' where the Detention shall have taken place: and the Number of Slaves found on board of the Vessel at the Time of the Detention.
Página 244 - The Acts or Instruments annexed to this Treaty, and which it is mutually agreed shall form an integral part thereof, are as follows : ( A. ) Instructions for the ships of the navies of both nations destined to prevent the African Slave Trade.
Página 158 - Courts are required to decide each case, as for as may be practicable, within the space of twenty days, to be dated from the day on which the detained vessel shall have been brought into the port where the deciding Court shall reside. The final sentence shall not, in any case, be delayed beyond the period of two months — either on account of the absence of witnesses, or for any other cause ; except upon the application of any of the parties interested...
Página 225 - African slavetrade, contrary to the provisions of this treaty ; and that such cruisers may detain, and send or carry away, such vessels, in order that they may be brought to trial in the manner hereinafter agreed upon.

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