STAC co Maritime

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Mairitime (causes arising at sea)

NOTA BENE - These case names are approximate and very likely to be changed.

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Attorney General

AG v Causton

  • Admiralty sessions in Southwark Surrey. Court of Dr Lewes for the Admiral. The Jury failed to convict pirates. STAC 5/A52/34
  • AG was Gilbert Gerrard 1559-81
  • STAC 5/A52/34 - B A - Surrey, Maritime - AG v John Causton, John Croft et al see
  • see also STAC Causton

AG v Fowle

  • STAC 5/A21/35 - A R R - 30 Eliz - Maritime - AG v Edward Fowle, John Selbye et al
  • STAC 5/A5/8 - B - Mich 29/30 Eliz - Maritime - AG v Edward Fowle, William Woodwarde, Richard Blower, Alexander Skynner, William Monke Transcribed STAC 5/A5/8
  • STAC 5/A49/33 - I - 30 Eliz - Maritime - AG v Edward Fowle et al
  • STAC 5/A30/20 - D - 30 Eliz - Maritime - AG v Edward Fowle
  • STAC 7/17/39 - - - Maritime - AG v Edward Fowle et al
  • see also STAC Fowles


  • Case Book BL Harley MS 2143 Misdemeanor in fixing false seals of the city of Danske [Danzig; Gdańsk] to testimonials. Pardon before conviction. Henry Saxley of London, merchant, accused by Sir Robert Catlin, chief justice of England, that the said Saxley had fixed and fastened certain seals of the city of Danske to certain writings to testimonials, without the knowledge and consent of the senate and counsel of the said city of Danske by means whereof he obtained a verdict against his factor, upon an action by him brought to the value of £800 and odd for which offence being brought to the bar and the same having been proved by the said Justice Catlin to be false was not punished for that the defendant in open court exhibited the Queen’s pardon. Michaelmas 2 Elizabeth (kk)