A code of maritime laws published at the island of Oleron in the twelfth century by Eleanor of Gui- enne. They were adopted in England successively under Richard I., Henry III., and Edward III., and are often cited before the admiralty courts. De Lovio v. Boit, 2 Gall, 398, Fed. Cas. No. 3,776.

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