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I have taken the liberty to trouble Your Lordship at the request of Mr. McClanachan relative to a circumstance which I am informed was promised to be laid before you some time ago. Mr. McClanachan a respectable Merchant of Philadelphia during the course of the late war fitted out and was concerned in some American privateers one of which took an English prize which was legally condemned by the...
I have been honoured with your Lordship’s polite reply to the Letter I troubled you with upon the Business of Mr. McClanachan and I beg leave to inform your Lordship, that on Monday the Court of King’s Bench will be moved to set aside further proceedings in this Action, and am inclined to believe with Success. This opinion leads me to acquaint your Lordship that I find Mr. McClanachan has...
In obedience to his Majesty’s commands signified to us by your Lordship we have considered the Letter of Henry Martin Esqr. relative to the case of Mr. McClanachan and we beg leave to certify to your Lordship that we can suggest no method by which your Lordship can interfere for his Relief. Supposing the facts ever so clear it is not in his Majestys Power to stop the course of Judicial...
Encouraged by your politeness and attention I cannot forego the inclination I feel once more to address Your Lordship on the case of Mr. McClanachan. I take this liberty upon the presumption that both Your Lordship and the law officers of the Crown have misapprehended my meaning in the application I have had the honour to make to you. I did not think my Lord that by the present laws of the...