Report of the Proceedings of the First and Second Trials of the Cause of Fisher Against Ward, Master of the Ship Fishburn which was Detained in Russia During the Late Embargo on British Ships, with the Arguments of Counsel, on the Special Case Reserved for the Opinion of the Court of Common Pleas, Respecting the Wages Claimed by the British Seamen, During the Time They Were Detained in Russia, and an Appendix

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