One without exception or reservation as to the place or manner of stowage of the goods, and importing that the goods are to be (or have been) safely and properly stowed under deck. The Delaware, 14 Wall. 590, 20 L. Ed. 779; The Kirkhill, 99 Fed. 575. 39 C. C. A. 058; The Wellington, 29 Fed. Cas. 020.
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