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" ... carboys were properly stowed. If there was a usage to carry vitriol on deck, the underwriters were bound to take notice of it without any communication, and all they could require was, that the carboys should be properly stowed in the usual manner. "
Reports of Cases Determined at Nisi Prius, in the Courts of King's Bench and ... - Page 143
by Great Britain. Courts, John Campbell Baron Campbell - 1816
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A Treatise on the Law of Insurance

Wendell Phillips - Insurance law - 1823 - 550 pages
...insurers on 40 carboys of vitriol objected to paying a loss, because the vitriol was stowed on deck. Lord Ellenborough left it to the jury, to say, ' whether it was usual to carry vitriol on the deck. If there was a usage to carry vitriol on deck the underwriters were bound to take notice of it.' And...
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Scott's New Reports in the Court of Common Pleas and Exchequer Chamber, Volume 1

John Scott - Law reports, digests, etc - 1842
...no communication to them that the carboys were to be stowed on deck. Lord Ellenborough, in leaving it to the jury to say whether it was usual to carry vitriol on the deck, and whether the carboys in question were properly stowed, said, that, " if there was a usage to carry vitriol on...
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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Court of Queen's Bench: And ...

Great Britain. Court of King's Bench, Charles James Gale, Sir Henry Davison - Law reports, digests, etc - 1843
...for goods stowed on the deck," for which were cited lioss v. Tliwaite, Backhouse v. liipley. But " Lord Ellenborough left it to the jury to say whether...communication, and all they could require was, that the carboys should be properly stowed in the usual manner." Verdict for plaintiff. Rule for a new trial...
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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Court of Queen's Bench: And ...

Great Britain. Court of King's Bench, Charles James Gale, Sir Henry Davison - Law reports, digests, etc - 1843
...liable for goods stowed on the deck," for which were cited lioss v. Thteaite, Backhouse v. Ripley. But " Lord Ellenborough left it to the jury to say whether...carry vitriol on deck, the underwriters were bound to lake notice of it without any communication, and all they could require was, that the carboys should...
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A Treatise on the Principles of the Law of Marine Insurances: In Two Parts ...

Francis Hildyard - Insurance law - 1845 - 852 pages
...goods stowed on the deck, for which were cited Ross v. Thwaites (b), and Backhouse v. Ripley (c). But Lord Ellenborough left it to the jury to say whether...usual to carry vitriol on the deck, and whether these cargoes were properly stowed. If there was a usage to carry vitriol on deck, the underwriters were...
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A treatise on the law of marine insurance and general average, Volume 1

Theophilus Parsons - Average (Maritime law) - 1868
...was likewise usual to stow them below, bedded in sand, in which condition they were considered safer. Lord Ellenborough " left it to the jury to say whether it was usual to carry vitriol on deck, and whether these carboys were properly stowed. If there was a usage to carry vitriol on deck,...
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A treatise on the law of marine insurance and general average, Volume 1

Theophilus Parsons - Average (Maritime law) - 1868
...them below, bedded in sand, in which condition they were considered safer. Lord Ellenhorough " left it to the jury to say whether it was usual. to carry vitriol on deck, and whether these carboys were properly stowed. If there was a usage to carry vitriol on deck,...
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A treatise on the law of marine insurance and general average, Volume 2

Theophilus Parsons - Average (Maritime law) - 1868
...They were broken in a storm ; the vitriol took fire, and the whole was necessarily thrown overboard. Lord Ellenborough left it to the jury to say whether it was ried. Rogers v. Mechanies' Ins. Co., 1 Story, 603. In this case, Story, J., in speaking of the effect...
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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the English Courts of ..., Volume 43

Law reports, digests, etc - 1869
...Ross v. ThwaŁe, l Park. Ins. 23, 8th ed., Backhouse v. Ripley, Abbott on Shipping, 429, 6th ed. But " Lord ELLENBOROUGH left it to the jury to say whether...usual to carry vitriol on the deck, and whether these cargoes were properly stowed. If there was a usage to carry vitriol on deck, the underwriters were...
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The American and English Encyclopedia of Law, Volume 19

John Houston Merrill, Charles Frederic Williams, Thomas Johnson Michie, David Shephard Garland - Law - 1892
...after the arrival off the coast. Noble v. Kennoway, 2 Dougl. 510. In DaCosta v. Edmunds, 4 Camp. 141, Lord Ellenborough left it to the jury to say whether it was usual to store carboys of vitriol on deck, and told them if there was a usage to that effect they were bound...
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