See also:law, the taking possession by a belligerent vessel of an enemy or neutral
See also:merchant or non-fighting
See also:ship . If an enemy ship is captured she becomes forth-with lawful prize (q.v.); when a neutral ship, the belligerent
See also:commander, in case her papers are not conclusive, has a right to
See also:search her . If he finds
See also:contraband on
See also:board or the papers or cargo or circumstances excite any serious suspicion in his mind, which the
See also:master of the ship has been unable to dispel, he places an officer and a few of his
See also:crew on board and sends her to the nearest
See also:port where there is a prize
See also:court for trial .
CAPTIVE (from Lat. capere, to take)
CAPUA (anc. Casilinum;, a town and archiepiscopal s...
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