United States vs. Schooner Emperor

United States vs. Schooner Emperor

Lower Court

  • United States Supreme Court

Date

  • 1839

Box

  • 476

Folder

  • 864

Transcript

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of law, He will also issue a monition directed

to the Master of said vessel, to be served on said

Master, posted upon the mast of said vessel and

three other public places in the City of Pensacola

warning and admonishing all persons of said

seizure.

This Information and all proceedings in [?]

[?] to be [brought] returned before me in Pensacola

on the 12th Day of June (signed)

John A. Cameron

Judge District of West Florida

You the marshal are therefore, hereby authorized

empowered and [?] enjoined [?] to

[?] and admonish the said Charles G. Cox

Master of said Schooner Emperor and all the

persons whatsoever having any right in, or to the

said Schooner Emperor, her tackle apparel and

furniture, etc ? said libel alledged by

publickly affixing a copy of this monition on the

mast of said Schooner Emperor, as well as

three other public places in the City of Pensacola

and by personal service on the said Charles

G. Cox master of said Schooner Emperor and

by all other lawful ways means and methods

whatsoever, whereby this monition may be made

most public and notorious, to be and appear

at the time and place aforesaid before the Judge

aforesaid, as is said order specified and

also to attend upon every [?] or [?]

of said Court to be held at the time and place

in said order specified until a definitive

decree or sentence shall be made and promulgated

in the said business conclusively, if

any of them shall think it their duty so to do,

to hear, abide by and perform all and singular

such indicial acts as are necessary

and by law required to be done and [?]

the [?] and further to do and receive

what unto law and justice appertains under

the pain of the law and contempt thereof, [?]