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“ [22] ” Such is the nature of dissimilarity where points of law are concerned. Where, however, the question is one of fact, there may be several points all tending to the same result, of which some may be dropped as not essential to the main issue, as for instance if a man accused of theft should say to his accuser, “Prove that you had the property, prove that you lost it, prove that it was stolen, prove that it was stolen by me.” The first three can be dropped, but not the last.

I used also to employ the following method.

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