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The maritime dicaeologie, or sea-jurisdiction of England

John Exton

The maritime dicaeologie, or sea-jurisdiction of England

set forth in three several books ...

by John Exton

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Published by Printed by Richard Hodgkinson ... in London .
Written in English

    Places:
  • England.
    • Subjects:
    • Admiralty -- England.,
    • Maritime law -- England.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesMaritime dicaeologie.
      Statementby John Exton ...
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKD1832 .E93 1664
      The Physical Object
      Pagination[16], 263, [1] p. ;
      Number of Pages263
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1606689M
      LC Control Number91144465

      The Maritime Dicaeologie; Or, Sea-Jurisdiction of England. In Three Books. I. Setting Forth the Antiquity of the Admiralty in England, Proving the Same to Have Been Settled Before Edward the Third's Time, Shewing the Beginning of the Sea Laws. The Laws of Oleron. The King of England's Dominion over the British Seas. 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 contracts concerning all.

      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 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.

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Exton, John. 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 or sea-jurisdiction of England book 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 Author: John Exton.

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 John Exton. The Chapters contained in the First Book of the Maritime Dicaeologie or Sea Jurisdiction.

Chap. T He Antiquity of the Admiralty in England set forth so farre as to prove the same to have been settled and continued in and before Edward the Thirds time, to whose time the Statute of the 13 of Ric.

referreth, argued from the antiquity of the High-Officers that exercised that. Get this from a library. The maritime dicæologie: or, sea-jurisdiction of England.

In three books. Setting forth the Antiquity of the Admiralty in England, proving the same to have been settled before Edward the Third's Time, shewing the Beginning of the Sea Laws. The Laws of Oleron. The King of England's Dominion over the British Seas.

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.

The Maritime Dicaeologie; Or, Sea-Jurisdiction of England. The maritime dicaeologie 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 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 contracts concerning all maritime affairs are within the jurisdiction of the admiralty and.

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In three books Author: Exton, John. 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. Family. He was married, and had a family.

A son Thomas Exton was also known as a lawyer. John Exton, perhaps an older son, entered Merchant Taylors' School. The Maritime Dicaeologie; Or, Sea-Jurisdiction of England. In Three Exton, John. 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. 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.

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: (). A general treatise of the dominion of the sea, and a compleat body of the sea-laws containing what is most valuable on that subject in antient and modern authors as also that excellent body of sea laws lately publish'd in France together with several discourses about the jurisdiction and manner of proceeding in the admiralty of England to which is subjoin'd an appendix.

A son Thomas is noticed below. John Exton, perhaps an older son, entered Merchant Taylors' School on 11 Sept. Exton wrote 'The Maritime Dicæologie, or Sea Jurisdiction of England, set forth in three several books,' ; 2nd ed.

This book, which is of some value, was written chiefly to maintain the jurisdiction of his court. (transitive, intransitive) To convert again, convert back. John Exton, The Maritime Dicæologie, or Sea Jurisdiction of England, London, Chapter 8, p.

96,[1] Now it could not be expected that so much sea being converted into land by this Judgement by two years labour, and but finished and brought to pass in the 6th year of Henry the Sixth, the.

Maritime law -- Great Britain. See also what's at your library, or elsewhere. Broader terms: Maritime law; Shipping -- Great Britain; Merchant marine -- Great Britain; Great Brita. Search for books, ebooks, Memoirs of the maritime affairs of Great-Britain, especially in relation to our concerns in the West-Indies authorities never yet known to the publick by: Pullen, John.

Published: () The original plan, progress, and present state of the South-Sea-Company or, some occasional thoughts upon the state of the. 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. 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.

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