Printed prize appeal from the Vice-Admiralty Court of Jamaica.
Captured ship: Joseph (master Jean Pousson).
History: a slave trader, bound from Guinea to New Orleans, laden with 39 enslaved people and sundry goods; taken on 16 February 1794 by the privateer Thomas (John Bristow commanding), and brought into Port Royal, Jamaica.
Appellant: The master and Jean Dupuy, Spanish subjects of New Orleans, and Jean Francois Odou, a Portuguese subject.
Respondent: The captor.
Bound printed appeal with manuscript decree of 15 June 1799 (folios 39-40).
Decision: for the protest.
Folios 39-40: act on petition of both proctors on behalf of the captors' protest; Folio 40: decree