July, 1659: An Act appointing Judges for the Admiralty,

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Acts and Ordinances of the Interregnum, 1642-1660. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1911.

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July, 1659

[19 July, 1659.]

Judges for Admiralty continued

Be it Enacted by this present Parliament, and by the Authority thereof, That John Godolphin Doctor of the Laws, and Charls George Cock Esq, be and are hereby Nominated, Constituted, and appointed Judges of the Admiralty. And the said John Godolphin and Charls George Cock, are hereby Authorized, Impowered and Required to Hear, Order, Determine, Adjudge and Decree, in all matters and things, as Judges of the Admiralty, in as full, large and ample maner, as any other Judge or Judges of the Admiralty at any time heretofore might or ought lawfully to do; To have hold, exercise and enjoy the said Office, or Place of Judges of the Admiralty, until the Tenth day of December, and no longer.