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Proceedings of a court of enquiry held on board the U.S. frigate Constitution for the purpose of enquiring into the causes of the loss of the U.S. schooner Revenge

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Published by Printed by Samuel Green in New London [Conn.] .
Written in English


  • Perry, Oliver Hazard, -- 1785-1819,
  • Revenge (Ship)

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Edition Notes

SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 24257
The Physical Object
Pagination24 p
Number of Pages24
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15113603M

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RADM Ozawa did not take the oath. Moreover, as a Japanese naval officer, he is not a person who has taken an oath to the Constitution of the United States. The JAG Manual and the JAG Instruction both provide that parties to a Court of Inquiry have the right to challenge members. - The authority for a Court of Inquiry is now based on Article , Uniform Code of Military Justice [UCMJ]. An officer authorized to convene a General Court-Martial can convene a Court of Inquiry. If any accident happens to a ship a court of inquiry is ordered to ascertain who was responsible, and its proceedings can be used as evidence in a court-martial. The Naval Court of Inquiry goes back at least until and the investigation into the conduct of Capt. Isaac Hull commander of the Boston (Charlestown) Navy Yard. It is to be noted that a retired officer, board, Court etc. may be appointed Inquiry Authority. The disciplinary authority may nominate any person of the department as a Presenting officer, to present the case of the department before the Inquiry Officer.

HIGH COURT (CIVIL PROCEDURES) RULES, (CI 47) ARRANGEMENT OF RULES. ORDER 1—PRELIMINARY MATTERS. Rule. 1. Application of Rules. 2. Publicity of Proceedings. 3. Conduct of Proceedings by a Person Other than a Party. 4. Acting without Authority. ORDER 2—COMMENCEMENT OF PROCEEDINGS. 1. Title of Parties. 2. . record the proceedings of the Court of Enquiry, directed to fit at Fort Wa1hington, by the orders of this day.",.. . W. SARGENT, Adj. General. The Court met agreeably to the above order, and were duly fworn accord­ ing to law.-The following letter . Charles Stewart's life of sailing and combat on the high seas rivals that of Patrick O'Brien's fictional hero, Jack Aubrey. Stewart held more sea commands (11) than any other U.S. Navy captain and served longer (63 years) than any officer in American naval history. He commanded every type of warship, from sloop to ship-of-the-line, and served every president from John 3/5(2).   Right to receive pension is treated as right to property, says SC. In the absence of any provision in the pension rules, a State government cannot withhold a part of pension and/or gratuity during the pendency of departmental/criminal proceedings, the Supreme Court has held. Giving this ruling, a Bench of Justices K.S.