In another place; in any other place. See 1 Vern. 4, and note.In shipping articles, this term, following the designation of the port of destination,must be construed either as void for uncertainty or as subordinate to the principal voyagestated in the preceding words. Brown v. jones, 2 Gall. 477, Fed. Cas. No. 2,017.

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