Printed prize appeal from the Vice-Admiralty Court of the Cape of Good Hope.
Captured ship: Rose (master Rowland Gardner).
History: bound from Canton to Nantucket, laden with teas and silks; taken in January or February 1813 by HMS Harpy (Samuel Hore commanding) and HMS Race Horse (George Frederick Rich commanding), and brought into the Isle de France [Mauritius].
Appellant: Samuel Williams merchant of London, on behalf of Honqua [Howqua] merchant of Canton, a subject of the Emperor of China, for part of the cargo.
Respondent: The captors and HMPG.
Bound printed appeal with manuscript decree of 2 May 1816 (folios 366-374).
Decision: goods to be restored as claimed, subect to further proof within 6 months.
Folios 366-367: case on behalf of the appellant; Folio 367: decree; Folios 368-369: case on behalf of the respondent; Folios 370-374: appendix