Vice admiralty

Related to Vice admiralty: vice admiral
the office of a vice admiral.

See also: Vice

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Derek Green, "Sir Richard Whitbourne and the Rule of Law in Early Colonial Newfoundland: The First Court of Vice Admiralty in the New World, " in Melvin Baker, Christopher Curran, and J.
"The Court of Vice Admiralty at Sierra Leone and the Abolition of the West African Slave Trade." Yale Law Journal 115, no.
(9) Tara Helfman, "The Court of Vice Admiralty at Sierra Leone and the Abolition of the West African Slave Trade," Yale Law Journal 115, no.
In 1807 the British Court of Vice Admiralty at Sierra Leone embarked on an unprecedented experiment in international humanitarian
altogether--is an account of the role that the Court of Vice Admiralty
Vice Admiralty, and his treatment of the subject is quite cursory.
reporting by the courts of vice admiralty was never formalized at all.
Consequently, what records do survive from the vice admiralty courts are
Upon arriving in Tobago in May 1770, Maxwell lodged a complaint against his superior in the vice admiralty court, showing his scarred shoulders as evidence.
Justice Story noted that some of the vice admiralty courts of the American colonies had an even broader admiralty jurisdiction than did the admiralty courts in England, and he quoted the commission to the governor of the royal province of New Hampshire as a typical admiralty commission.
Judgment must be withheld, however --at least until we see whether his solicitude for individual rights shifts from the White House staff and the Vice Admiralty to sanitation men and subway conductors.