Both of the South Carolina cases involved a French captor, but M'Grath concerned an American libellant
, and Bolchos a British libellant
(with a Spanish party also interested).
93) Consequently, the court entered a decree in favor of the libellant
for the losses he sustained.
thus, if a libellant
disclose that his case rests upon a trust, he,
The court held, "personal chastisement was applied to the libellant
in several instances "for very trivial delinquencies" (53), where no necessity is shown for its infliction.
The project which the libellant
was engaged in is not even suggestive of maritime affairs.
47) Workman involved a libellant
ship owner's vessel, which was injured by the steam of a New York fire boat.
225, 230 (1840) (observing that "a libel, sued as a process in rem for a forfeiture, is in the nature of a civil action," and that the libellants
therefore could file a bill of exceptions).
by the libellants
either in the Saving-to-Suitors Clause or "in any