Where injury is caused by delay in the delivery of the goods or by non-delivery of the right goods, such damages are recoverable from the carrier as he should reasonably have contemplated would flow from his breach of duty1.
When at the time of the contract the consignor specially brings to the carrier's notice the object with which he is sending the goods, or circumstances are brought to the carrier's knowledge at the time of the contract from which that object ought reasonably to be inferred2, so that the object may fairly be taken to have been in the carrier's
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