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5. St. Paul's and St. Martin's le Grand,
CAPT. SUTTON AGAINST CommoDoRE JOHNSTONE. H IS cause, was opened on the part of the plaintiff, before the Lord Chief Baron, at ten o'clock on Saturday morning the 19th of June. , Mr. Lee after stating the severities suffered by Capt. Sutton, in undergoing the bdium, and disgrace of an arrest, infifted that the Commodore, had he not been influenced by personal resentment, might have tried the plantiff immediately at sea, without taking him round in the expedition to the Cape, and bringing him imprisoned to England. He laid the daimages at 30,000l. for the imprisonment, and loss of a proportionable share of the prizes taken in that expedition from Monfieur Suffrein. * Sir William Burnaby, Capt. Pigott, Captain Clements, Captain Hands, and several other officers, were examined for the plantiff by Mr. Lee, Mr. Erskine, Mr. Peckham, and Mr. Fielding. The effect of their evidence went fully to exculpate Capt Sutton's behaviour on the day of a&tion, and to prove, that the court-martial might. have been held at Sea. -
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