Catalogue description Forster v Brewer: the ship City of Carlisle . Appellants: John Forster, of London,...

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Details of PCAP 3/31/8
Reference: PCAP 3/31/8
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Forster v Brewer: the ship City of Carlisle.

Appellants: John Forster, of London, African merchant, owner of the late brig Thomas Snook (master Charles Watson).

Repsondents: John Brewer, Richard Pentreath and Nicholas Pentreath, owners of the City of Carlisle.

Subject: cause of damage by a collision off Hastings, 30 June 1862, as a result of which the Thomas Snook sank and the master and two of the crew drowned.

Lower court: appeal from the High Court of Admiralty of England: no 1300.

Date: 1864
Held by: The National Archives, Kew
Legal status: Public Record(s)
Closure status: Open Document, Open Description

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