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Absque abstractione, amissione, seu spoliatione, portare tenentur, ita quo pro defectu dictorum communium portatorum seu servientium suorum, hujusmodi bona et catalla eis sic ut prefertur deliberata, non sunt perdita, amissa, vel spoliata. 

Latin. They are bound to carry the goods without abstraction, loss, or injury, for notwithstanding the neglect of the said common carriers or their servants, goods and chattels of this sort are to be delivered to them in the same manner as stated, not being injured, lost, or damaged.

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