Roberts v. Cargo Ship Ajax

Roberts v. Cargo Ship Ajax

Lower Court

  • Monroe County


  • 1836


  • 476


  • 865



And is further ordered, adjudged and decreed by the Court, that the clerks of this Court, after receiving the monies ordered to be paid into the Registry as aforesaid, pay to the Salvage, or to those legally entitled to receive the same, thirty five per container of the net amount arising from such portions of said Cargo as were saved dry and uninjured, and fifty per centure upon the net amount of sales arising from that portion of said cargo which was taken from said ship in a wet, damaged and perishing condition, and also fifty per cent upon the nett amount sales of the materials saved from said ship; to be paid to the said Salvors according to their respective interests therein, and in full compensation for their services rendered in saving the same; except to for as regards the individual shares which would have been done under this decree to the master of the schooner Fair American, and the master of the sloop Sarah Isabella, which said individual shores of said masters are decreed to be forfeited.

And it is further ordered, adjudged, and decreed by the Court, that after the payment of the costs and expenses of this suit,