Proceedings at large on the trial of Moses Corbet, esq, Lieutenant Govenor of Jersey tried by a Court Martial, held at the Horse Guards, May 1, 1781 : following the Battle of Jersey.

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The relevant facts emerged from the written and viva voce evidence in these proceedings. Witness statements were signed by and filed on behalf of each claimant. Two witness statements were filed on behalf of the defendant that is to say that of Sgt.

JURY TRIAL 8. As it is expected there will be few to zero disputed issues of fact in this matter, Corbett does not request a jury trial and consents to a bench trial for all issues so triable.

PARTIES 9. Petitioner-Plaintiff Corbett is a U.S. citizen residing in Miami-Dade County, Florida, and a part-year resident of New York County, New York4. Corbet received good references from Lord Robert Bertie and others.

The outcome of the Court Martial was inconclusive; he was dismissed as Lieutenant-Governor, but granted a pension of £ p.a. for life. Portrait.

A formal full-length portrait of Major Moses Corbet's portrait was created by noted artist Philippe Jean (–). ^ The proceedings at large on the trial of Moses Corbet, Esq; lieutenant governor of Lieutenant Govenor of Jersey book.

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Jersey provided a base for British privateers, and France, engaged in the war as an ally of the United States, sent an expedition to gain control of the island. Corbett v. City Of New York et al, No.

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THE INDICTMENT 1 2. THE GENERAL BACKGROUND OF THE CASE 2 3. THE VERDICT 4 B. NOTES ON THE CASE. 4 1. THE COURT AND THE LEGAL BASIS OF THE TRIAL 4 2. Major Moses Corbet (–) was a British Army officer who served as Lieutenant Governor of Jersey from 4 April to 6 January 1 Early career 2 Battle of Jersey 3 Portrait 4 Ancestors 5 References Corbet joined the British Army c and on 14 December was promoted to the rank of Major in the 9th Regiment of Foot.1 He was appointed Lieutenant Governor of Jersey on 4 April.

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Moses Cockrell, son of Moses and Caty Ann (Utt) Cockrell, was born in Mississippi township, Dec. 31, His early life was spent on his father’s farm. At the age of 17 he entered the employ of his brother Elias, who was then in the grain business in Jerseyville.

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