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[4] For the purpose of the exordium and the slatement of facts is merely to prepare the judge for these points, while it would be a work of supererogation to know the bases1 of cases or to consider the other [p. 157] points dealt with above,2 unless we intend to proceed to the consideration of the proof Finally,

1 See III. vi.

2 III. xi.

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