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[72] Similarly from the growth of a situation we may infer either its beginning or its end, not only in questions of fact but as regards points of equity, such as whether the conclusion is referable to the beginning, that is, “Should the man that began the quarrel be regarded as guilty of the bloodshed with which it ended?”

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