Loss of market is not of itself an ordinary consequence of delay for which damages may be recovered1; nor is loss of regular customers2. Where an article is sent to a place in order that it may compete with other similar articles at a show or competition, and the article is delayed on the journey and so excluded from the competition, damages for the loss of its chance of success are, as a rule, too remote
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