Jewels In The Junkyard

Author: Warren Ludwig
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This book offers genuine encouragement and grace to those who must face the loss of a loved one.

The British Encyclopedia Or Dictionary Of Arts And Sciences

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... that the loss may fall proportion- ably on all. As to the articles liable to
contribute, the rule is, that the ship, freight, and every thing remaining of the cargo
, is subject to this charge ; therefore, money, plate, and jewels, are as much liable
as more heavy and bulky goods. ... The insured need not in his action declare for
salvage, but may recover under a declaration for the loss which occasioned it,
and the damage which the goods have sustained. In case of neutral ships
captured by the ...

British Encyclopedia

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Or, Dictionary of Arts and Sciences, Comprising an Accurate and Popular View of
the Present Improved State of Human Knowledge William Nicholson. goods on
board ... But the persons on board, their wearing apparel, and the jewels
belonging to it, shall not contribute; neither are seamen's wages ... III. c. 66. The
insured need not in his action declare for salvage, but may recover under a
declaration for the loss which occasioned it, and the damage which the goods
have sustained.

American Edition Of The British Encyclopedia

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Or Dictionary of Arts and Sciences. Comprising an ... As to the articles liable to
contribute, the rule is, that the ship, freight, and every thing remaining of the cargo
, is subject to this charge; therefore, money, plate, and jewels, are as much liable
as more heavy and bulky goods. But the persons on ... Geo. III. c. 66. The insured
need not in his action declare for salvage, but may recover under a declaration
for the loss which occasioned it, and the damage which the goods have
sustained.

Arts And Sciences

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Salvage is that reasonable compensation which persons are entitled to receive
who, in the absence of any obligation making it their legal duty, voluntarily save a
ship or her cargo from loss by peril of the sea, which may be called civil salvage,
or recover them after capture, which may be called hostile salvage. By the law of
England, no fixed amount of salvage is laid down as applicable to all cases. What
is reasonable can only be determined by a reference to the circumstances.

Den Himmel Gibt S Echt

Author: Lynn Vincent
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Er berichtet von Tatsachen, die er gar nicht wissen konnte. Coltons Fazit: "Den Himmel gibt's echt!"

Analytical Digest Of Cases Published In The Law Journal Reports

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See CON'[Rl\CTII. .\Inm.\'r:. Deck Cargo—Voyage by Canal and RiverLisbility oi'
Underwriter.]—The rule exempting underwriters from liability for the loss of deck
cargo on a voyage by sea does not extend to an inland voyage by canal and river
which is contemplated by the policy, and on which it is the ... Policy against Total
or Constructive Total Loss 0nly—Bue and Labour Clause-Salvage Services
Rendered by Underwriters-Right of Underwriters to Recover against 0wners.]—
By a ...

The English Cyclopaedia

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But the voyage marked out in the policy must be always exactly pursued; for the
slightest deviation from it, except under circumstances of absolute necessity, will
render the insurance ineffectual; and that, whether the loss be occasioned by the
... The underwriter is also, by the effect of a special clause usually introduced into
policies, made liable to indemnify the assured in respect of any payment he may
have properly made for salvage (that is, for the defence, safeguard, or recovery of
 ...

The English Cyclopedia

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But the voyage marked out in the policy must be always exactly pursued; for the
slightest deviation from it, except under circumstances of absolute necessity, will
render the insurance ineffectual ; and that, whether the loss be occasioned by ...
The underwriter is also, by the effect of a special clause usually introduced into
policies, made liable to indemnify the assured in ' respect of any payment he may
have properly made for salvage (that is, for the defence, safeguard, or recovery of
 ...

Chamber S Journal Of Popular Literature Science And Arts

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We shall see, therefore, whether Neptune can be made to yield up the treasure
which, according to repute, he has for a hundred and sixty-seven years retained
in his dominions at the bottom of the Sea. ... During the first two years after the
wreck, no attempt at salvage seems to have been made; but, at a later date, an
English Company was formed, to endeavour to recover the sunken treasure,
under an agreement that the Dutch overnment should receive one-half the
proceeds. the ...