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Yeaton v. Fry

9 U.S. 335, 1809.SCT.0000029

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ERROR to the circuit court of the district of Columbia, in an action on the case upon a policy of insurance on the brig Richard, at and from Tobago to one or more ports in the West Indies, and at and from thence to Norfolk. The following clause was inserted in the body of the policy. 'This insurance is declared to be made against all risks, blockaded ports and Hispaniola excepted.' And at the foot of the policy was the following memorandum: 'Warranted by the assured free from any charge, damage or loss, which may arise in consequence of seizure or detention of the property, for or on account of illicit or prohibited trade.' On the trial of the general issue, four bills of exception were taken in the court below by the plaintiff in error. 1. The first was to the admission in evidence of certain copies of the proceedings and decree of the vice-admiralty court at Jamaica, ordering a sale to pay the salvage of the brig. The copies were authenticated by the following certificates, viz. 'Jamaica, ss. I, Adam Dolmage, Esq. deputy of Owsley Rowley, Esq. chief registrar and scribe of the acts, causes and businesses of the court of vice-admiralty within the said island, duly constituted, appointed and sworn, do hereby certify and make known to all whom it doth or may concern, that the several sheets of paper writing hereunto annexed, in number fifteen, and marked or numbered from No. 1. to No. 15. inclusive, do contain a true copy and transcript of certain process and proceedings, had, moved, and prosecuted to interlocutory decree in the said court, in a certain cause therein lately depending, entitled, 'Brig Richard, Jacobs, master.' In which cause Benjamin Jacobs hath duly filed his claim thereto in the said court; and I further certify, that I have carefully compared and examined the same with the originals remaining of record in my office.

Yeaton v. Fry
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  • Category: Law
  • Published: 01 February 1809
  • Publisher: LawApp Publishers
  • Seller: Innodata Book Distribution Services Inc
  • Print Length: 11 Pages
  • Language: English
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