APA Citation

(1785). Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes. L'Azard, Dominique Contini, master. Appeal from the Vice Admiralty Court of Jamaica. Anthony Songa of Warnford-Court, Throgmorton-street, London, merchant, consul-general to his imperial Majesty the emperor of Germany, claimant of all and singular the goods, wares, and merchandizes laden and on board the said ship, as the true, lawful, and sole property of the brother's Joseph Anton and Peter Paul Obwexer, of Augsburg, in Germany, knights of the Holy Roman empire, and subjects of his imperial Majesty the emperor of Germany, appelalnt, [sic] against Thomas Weeton, commander of the private ship of war the sprightly, the captor of the said ship and goods, respondent. Appendix to the appellant's case. [London]: s.n.

Chicago Style Citation

Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes. L'Azard, Dominique Contini, Master. Appeal From the Vice Admiralty Court of Jamaica. Anthony Songa of Warnford-Court, Throgmorton-street, London, Merchant, Consul-general to His Imperial Majesty the Emperor of Germany, Claimant of All and Singular the Goods, Wares, and Merchandizes Laden and On Board the Said Ship, As the True, Lawful, and Sole Property of the Brother's Joseph Anton and Peter Paul Obwexer, of Augsburg, in Germany, Knights of the Holy Roman Empire, and Subjects of His Imperial Majesty the Emperor of Germany, Appelalnt, [sic] against Thomas Weeton, Commander of the Private Ship of War the Sprightly, the Captor of the Said Ship and Goods, Respondent. Appendix to the Appellant's Case. [London]: s.n, 1785.

MLA Citation

Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes. L'Azard, Dominique Contini, Master. Appeal From the Vice Admiralty Court of Jamaica. Anthony Songa of Warnford-Court, Throgmorton-street, London, Merchant, Consul-general to His Imperial Majesty the Emperor of Germany, Claimant of All and Singular the Goods, Wares, and Merchandizes Laden and On Board the Said Ship, As the True, Lawful, and Sole Property of the Brother's Joseph Anton and Peter Paul Obwexer, of Augsburg, in Germany, Knights of the Holy Roman Empire, and Subjects of His Imperial Majesty the Emperor of Germany, Appelalnt, [sic] against Thomas Weeton, Commander of the Private Ship of War the Sprightly, the Captor of the Said Ship and Goods, Respondent. Appendix to the Appellant's Case. [London]: s.n, 1785.

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