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The sovereignty of the British seas

Borough, John Sir

The sovereignty of the British seas

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Published by W. Green & Son in Edinburgh .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Great Britain. Royal Navy -- Early works to 1800,
  • Sea-power,
  • Freedom of the seas

  • Edition Notes

    Statementwritten in the year 1633 by Sir John Boroughs ; edited with introductory essay & notes by Thomas Callander Wade.
    ContributionsWade, Thomas Callander.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsJX4410 .B7 1920
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 115 p. ;
    Number of Pages115
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6633524M
    LC Control Number21006085
    OCLC/WorldCa9067145

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Edinburgh: W. Fulton is interested in two related themes: claims made to the sovereignty of the British Seas in the past and the evolution of its territorial waters in recent times. Though concerned primarily with fishing rights and the naval salute, Fulton addresses broader issues related to the freedom of commerce.

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An Historical Account of Maritime Domination and Freedom Fulton is interested in two related themes: claims made to the sovereignty of the British Seas in the past and the evolution of its territorial waters in recent times.

Though concerned primarily with fishing rights and the naval salute, Fulton addresses broader issues related to the freedom of commerce.5/5(1). vii. PREFACE. In this book I have endeavoured to bring together from all available sources such information as exists as to the claims formerly made to the sovereignty of the British Seas, and to trace the evolution of the territorial waters in recent times.

The sovereignty of the sea: an historical account of the claims of England to the dominion of the British seas, and of the evolution of the territorial waters: with special reference to the rights of the fishing and the naval salute by Fulton, Thomas WemyssPages: The Sovereignty of the Sea.

An Historical Account of the Claims of England to the Dominion of the British Seas, and of the Evolution of the Territorial Waters: With Special Reference to the Rights of Fishing and the Naval Salute.

Edinburgh: William Blackwood and Sons, xxvi, pp. Illustrated. Fulton, Thomas Wemyss. The Sovereignty of the Sea. An Historical Account of the Claims of England to the Dominion of the British Seas, and of the Evolution of the Territorial Waters: With Special Reference to the Rights of Fishing and the Naval Salute.

Originally published: Edinburgh: William Blackwood and Sons, xxvi, pp. : Thomas Wemyss Fulton. The sovereignty of the sea: an historical account of the claims of England to the dominion of the British seas, and of the evolution of the territorial waters: with special reference to the rights of the fishing and the naval salute / By.

Fulton, Thomas Alexander Wemyss Type. Book. Get this from a library. An historical account of the royal fishery of Great Britain: or The sovereignty of the British seas proved by records, history, and the municipal laws of the kingdom: also a particular relation concerning the inestimable riches and commodities of the British seas.

[John Borough, Sir] -- The account attempts to prove England's sovereignty over nearby seas, and cites. The sovereignty of the sea; an historical account of the claims of England to the dominion of the British seas, and of the evolution of the territorial waters: By.

Fulton, Thomas Wemyss. Type. Book Material. Published material. Publication info. Edinburgh,W. Blackwood, Subjects. Full text of "The sovereignty of the sea: an historical account of the claims of England to the dominion of the British seas, and of the evolution of the territorial waters: with special reference to the rights of the fishing and the naval salute" See other formats.

Published inBritish Sea Power: How Britain Became Sovereign of the Seas looks at the development of British Sea Power from AD until the late 20th century.

The great thing here is that only the last 40 pages cover the 20th century, because of a fairly even coverage.4/5. The Sovereignty of the Sea: An Historical Account of the Claims of England to the Dominion of the British Seas, and of the Evolution of the Territorial Waters; With Special Reference to the Rights of Fishing and the Naval Salute by Thomas Wemyss Fulton.

Project Gutenberg Release # Select author names above for additional information and titles. Summary. The question of sovereignty lies at the heart of the UK’s upcoming EU referendum. Many in Britain believe that the process of EU decision-making has undermined British parliamentary democracy, and that leaving the EU is the only way for the British people to regain control of their : Robin Niblett.

Wade: Sovereignty of the British Seas of the famous controversy it occupies an important place, for though it made no contribution to the legal aspects of the dispute, it contains much (though probably unsifted) historical evidence of the assertion of the English claim to sovereignty in the seas.

Nor did the author forget the political. Sovereign of the Seas book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Three different people from all walks of life are concealing m /5.

Constitutional role. In the uncodified Constitution of the United Kingdom, the monarch (otherwise referred to as the sovereign or "His/Her Majesty", abbreviated H.M.) is the head of Queen's image is used to signify British sovereignty and government authority—her profile, for instance, appearing on currency, and her portrait in government ter: Hereditary.

Sovereign of the Seas was a 17th-century warship of the English was ordered as a gun first-rate ship of the line of the English Royal Navy, but at launch was armed with bronze guns at the insistence of the king. It was later renamed HMS Sovereign, and then HMS Royal Sovereign at the Restoration of Charles II.

The elaborately gilded stern ordered by Charles I of England meant Sail plan: Full rigged ship. The book falls into two sections. The first consists of an historic account of pretensions to the dominion of the sea, with an emphasis on the English and Dutch.

The second looks at their influence on the legal treatment of territorial waters, especially in relation to the Law of Nations and fishing : Thomas Wemyss Fulton. The Sovereign of the Seas, English galleon of the Anglo-Dutch ed inthis was the largest warship of its time and the first to carry guns.

The prominent beak at its bow soon went out of fashion, but its three gun decks and low sterncastle and forecastle set the pattern for ships of the line for the rest of the sailing era. The United States is a sovereign nation. Sovereignty is a simple idea: the United States is an independent nation, governed by the American people, that controls its own affairs.

In view of the current concern over Canada's sovereignty in the Polar Seas, this book is a timely explanation of how the territory was originally brought into the orbit of Canadian control in what was thought to be the final chapter in Canada's "manifest destiny.".

The Sovereignty of the Sea An Historical Account of Maritime Domination and Freedom Fulton is interested in two related themes: claims made to the sovereignty of the British Seas in the past and the evolution of its territorial waters in recent times.

The Sovereignty of the Seas: An Historical Account of the Claims of England to the Dominion of the British Seas, and of the Evolution of the Territorial Waters: With Special Reference to the Rights of Fishing and the Naval Salute.

Edinburgh: William Blackwood, Gepken-Jager, Ella; Gerard van Solinge, & Levinus Timmerman. The Sovereignty of the Sea An Historical Account of the Claims of England to the Dominion of the British Seas, and of the Evolution of the Territorial Waters Language: English: LoC Class: JX: Political science: International law: LoC Class: KZ: Law in general, Comparative and uniform law, Jurisprudence: Law of nations: Subject: Sea-power.

British Seventeenth Century Claims to Sovereignty of the Seas By Lieutenant Commander H. Rommel, U. Navy and Associate Professor E. Clark, Jr., U. Naval Academy June Continuing from my last post, before getting on to the pre-Waterloo history of Britain, some remarks on Britain as an exceptional and model state from the Hanoverian period (rule of the German Hanoverian dynasty who continued to be sovereign princes in Germany, ) ing any one period as the one in which modern Britain emerges is inevitably hazardous, but there are.

Illustration showing HMS Sovereign of the Seas, 17th-century warship of the English Navy. A Vindication of a National-Fishery, to which is added the Sovereignty of the British-Seas J Gander An Essay concerning the Laws of Nations and the Rights of SovereignsAuthor: Hideaki Shinoda.

A forum for critical analysis of international issues and developments of particular relevance to the sustainable political and socio-economic development of Overseas Countries and Territories (OCTs).Author: Overseas Review.

A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library Library of Congress cataloguing in publication data Orrego Vicun˜a, Francisco.

The changing international law of high seas fisheries / Francisco Orrego Vicun˜a. Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN 0 4 (hardcover) 1. Fishery law and. The British Isles are a group of islands in the North Atlantic off the north-western coast of continental Europe, consisting of the islands of Great Britain, Ireland, the Isle of Man, the Hebrides and over six thousand smaller isles.

They have a total area of aboutkm 2 (, sq mi) and a combined population of almost 72 million, and include two sovereign states, the Republic of Location: North-western Europe.

The successful resistance of the British owes rather a lot to the seas separating Britain from the European mainland, the North Sea, English Channel, and the Atlantic Ocean. was probably too soon for Germany to organise a sea born invasion anyway, except though a total destruction of British naval and air forces which was not very likely.

Perhaps the most important reply is John Selden's Mare Clausum (), which defends British claims to sovereignty over the coastal waters of the British Isles. HUGO GROTIUS [] a pre-eminent contributor to international legal doctrine, was an influential Dutch jurist, philosopher, and theologian.

The book does contain an excellent selection of illustrations, and if you are a modeller looking for detailed information, then this book will be perfect for you. However, if you really want to understand the `meaning' of the Sovereign of the Seas in relation to the Royal Navy and shipbuilding of the time, then read Frank Fox's `Great Ships /5(8).

Other articles where Freedom of the seas is discussed: high seas: subjected to national sovereignty (freedom of the seas) was proposed by the Dutch jurist Hugo Grotius as early as It did not become an accepted principle of international law, however, until the 19th century.

Freedom of the seas was ideologically connected with other 19th-century freedoms, particularly laissez-faire. Sovereign of the Seas was the most spectacular, extravagant and controversial warship of the early seventeenth century. The ultimate royal prestige project, whose armament was increased by the King’s decree to the unheard-of figure of guns, the ship finally cost Price: £ ().

Cases Concerning Sovereignty over Islands before the International Court of Justice and the Dokdo/Takeshima Issue. Ocean Development & International Law: Vol. 46, No. 4, pp. Cited by: 2. Sovereignty is the exclusive right to have control over an area of governance, people, or oneself.

A sovereign is the supreme lawmaking tenment philosopher Jean-Jacques Rousseau, in Book III, Chapter III of his treatise Of the Social Contract, argued, "the growth of the State giving the trustees of public authority more and means to abuse their power, the more the.

British First Rate ship of the line 'Sovereign of the Seas' (). Dates of service, name changes, previous and next incarnations, dimensions, armament. INTRODUCTORY NOTE. Since the month of August,the expression “Freedom of the Seas” has been on the lips alike of belligerent and neutral, and it seems as advisable as it is timely to issue—for the first time in English—the famous Latin tractate of Grotius proclaiming, explaining, and in no small measure making the “freedom of the seas.” 1.Fulton, Thomas Sovereignty of the Sea.

An Historical Account of the Claims of England to the Dominion of the British Seas, and of the Evolution of the Territorial Waters: With Special Reference to the Rights of Fishing and the Naval Salute.

Edinburgh: William Blackwood and Sons, xxvi, pp. Illustrated. Reprintedby The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. ISBN: