A form of action for the recovery of claims, such as are usually evidenced by a book-account; this action is principally used in Vermont and Connecticut. Terrill v. Beecher, 9 Conn. 344; Stoking v. Sage, 1 Conn. 75; Green v. I’ratt, 11 Conn. 205; May v. Brownell, 3 Vt. 403; Easly v. Eakin, Cooke (Tenn.) 388.
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