Et si navis in causa praedicta mutaverit iter, vel cepit secundum viagium; vel convenit asportare alias merces in alium locum; vel alias assecurationes fecerit pro dicto secundo viagio, tunc in casibus praedictis assecuratores pro primo viagio amplius non tenentur. Ita probat.
Latin. And if a ship, in the case before mentioned, shall have changed her voyage; or taken a second voyage; or agreed to carry other goods to another place; or made other insurances for the said second voyage, then, in the cases aforesaid, the assurers for the first voyage are no longer bound. - So it is proved.