Randolph v. Ware
7 U.S. 503

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Randolph v. Ware, 7 U.S. 3 Cranch 503 503 (1806)

Randolph v. Ware


A promise by a merchant's factor that he would write to his principal to get insurance done does not bind the principal to insure.

Ware, the executor of Jones, surviving partner of the house of Farrel & Jones, British merchants, had in the same court, at June term, 1800, obtained a decree against William Randolph, administrator de bonis non with the will annexed of Peyton Randolph for a large

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sum of money, with liberty to William Randolph to file this bill against Ware for relief in regard to 50 hogsheads of tobacco, shipped in September,

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