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Extract from An act, for the relief and protection of American seamen.

United States

Extract from An act, for the relief and protection of American seamen.

by United States

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Published by Printed by Henry Barber or for Ann Barber in [Newport, R.I .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sailors -- United States,
  • Impressment,
  • Maritime law -- United States,
  • Broadsides

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 47979.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 sheet ([1] p.)
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17688714M

    seamen m American ports could be returned to their vessels and by which American seamen could be imprisoned for deserting in other countries. On solicitation of the International Seamen’s Union, Representa­ tive Spight, of Mississippi, in April, , introduced a bill to amend the laws relating to American seamen, to prevent undermanning and. In , hundreds of London's black poor (a category that included the East Indian seamen known as lascars) agreed to go to this West African colony on the condition that they would retain the status of British subjects, live in freedom under the protection of the British Crown, and be defended by England: 1,, (%) ( census).

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    And that all negro and mulatto slaves now owned, and heretofore resident in this state, who have absented themselves or been clandestinely carried away, or who may be employed abroad as seamen, and have not returned or been brought back to their owners, masters or mistresses, before the passing of this act may, within five years be registered Cited by: 1. Demodokos sings the story of the affair between Ares (god of war) and Aphrodite (goddess of love), and of how Hephaistos, Aphrodite's crippled blacksmith husband, got jealous when he found out. The scorned husband wove a net, spread it over the bed, caught the lovers in the act.


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Book/Printed Material An extract of the Act, entitled "An act, for the relief and protection of American seamen; passed in the fourth Congress of the United States, at the first session, begun and held at the City of Philadelphia, on Monday the seventh of December, Extract from An act.

Get this from a library. Extract from an act, for the relief and protection of American seamen. [United States.]. Add to Book Bag Remove from Book Bag. Saved in: Extract from the act of Congress, passed the 28th day of February,entitled An Act Supplementary to the Act Concerning Consuls and Vice-Consuls and for the Further Protection of American Seamen.

a Also includes an extract from An Act for the Relief and Protection of American Seamen. Letter from the Secretary of State, accompanying an annual return, ending the 9th inst. containing an abstract of all the returns made to him by the collectors for the different ports in the United States, pursuant to the Act for the Relief and Protection of American Seamen: also, extracts from the communications received from the agents in.

Book/Printed Material An extract of the Act, entitled "An act, for the relief and protection of American seamen; Imprint 3.; Not in Evans.

Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in. Jan 22,  · The first paragraph of the circular refers to the Act for the Relief and Protection of American Seamen.

That Act was designed to protect American sailors from being impressed into the navies of foreign nations. Part of that protection consisted of giving American sailors certificates of citizenship certifying to foreign governments that. Full text of "The seaman's contract, ; a complete reprint of the laws relating to American seamen, enacted, amended, and repealed by the Congress of the United States, as originally published in the U.

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The Royal Navy also outraged Americans by its practice of impressment, or removing seamen from U.S. merchant vessels and forcing them to serve on behalf of the British. Inthe U.S. Congress repealed Thomas Jefferson's unpopular Embargo Act, which by restricting trade had hurt Americans more than either Britain or France.

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