Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes, Brig Eagle, Hugh Manning, master, George Mowatt of Kingston in the island of Jamaica, merchant, a subject of our Sovereign Lord the King, the claimant for and on behalf of Edward Penman and James Gardner of Charleston, South Carolina, merchants and copartners, carrying on trade under the firm of James and Edward Penman and Co., and respectively citizens of the United States of America, of the Cargo of the said Brig, consisting of 240 Hogsheads and 180 cases of Claret, one case of umbrellas and one box of medicines and quantity of shingles, -and Samuel Mantle of Tudor-Street, London, gentleman, likewise a subject of our Sovereign Lord the King, the claimant for and on behalf of John Titus Morgan formerly of Boston, but now of Charleston aforesaid, merchant, a citizen of the said United States of America and the owner of the said Brig of freight, demurrage and expences, appellants, George Martin Esq., commander of His Majesty's Ship of war Magicienne, John Hills Esq., commander of His Majesty's Ship of war Hermione and James Pervost Esq., commander of His Majesty's armed Schooner Flying Fish, the captors, respondents [electronic resource] : (on consolidated appeals from the Vice-Admiralty Court of island of Jamaica) : case on behalf of the appellants
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