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The governor's waiting down at the Admiralty for me.
This gentleman told the company there was very little doubt that the Admiralty would immediately send out a steam-vessel, to meet the rescued men on the shores of America, and bring them home.
So Rosa would have naturally thought (even if she hadn't been conducted over the ship with all the homage due to the First Lady of the Admiralty, or First Fairy of the Sea), that it was charming to see and hear Mr.
There was a dinner giving in the Harley Street establishment, while Little Dorrit was stitching at her father's new shirts by his side that night; and there were magnates from the Court and magnates from the City, magnates from the Commons and magnates from the Lords, magnates from the bench and magnates from the bar, Bishop magnates, Treasury magnates, Horse Guard magnates, Admiralty magnates,--all the magnates that keep us going, and sometimes trip us up.
The United Kingdom Hydrographic Office has received approval for a new office building on its Admiralty Way site in Taunton.
Watkins earned him the individual distinction as the Houston metro area Lawyer of the Year for admiralty and maritime cases.
com)-- Roig Lawyers, a minority-owned multi-practice litigation law firm dedicated to serving clients across six offices throughout Florida, is pleased to announce the launch of the Admiralty and Maritime practice with the addition of Craig P.
TOKYO, Dec 11 (KUNA) -- Hong Kong authorities on Thursday started clearing barriers in main protest sites in the Admiralty district, where government headquarters are located, China's state-run Xinhua News Agency reported.
This is a very serious case," said Mr Warr, who prosecuted for the Admiralty.
This was stated by Justice Mohammad Ather Saeed while speaking as a chief guest at launch ceremony of book "Manual of Ports, Shipping and Admiralty Law" by AMCO Enterprise.
A fatal accident inquiry heard that the conditions in the Admiralty quarry were no more dangerous than in civilian quarries.
The Royal Navy and the German Threat 1901-1914: Admiralty Plans to Protect British Trade in a War against Germany, by Matthew S.
The legal concept of navigability has also been critical in defining private versus public property rights in water bodies, (7) allocating property between the federal and state governments, (8) and delineating the scope of Article III federal court admiralty jurisdiction.
One eminent jurist has stated that Stowell's "learning and eloquence" raised the High Court of Admiralty from "a feeble and neglected condition .
Robert Benson (19), from Stockton, and Darren Campbell (24), from Billingham, attended the reception at Admiralty House, Whitehall, alongside other outstanding apprentices from across the country.