The technical fault, In pleading, of uniting two or more causes of actionin one count in a writ, or two or more grounds of defense in one plea, or two or morebreaches in a replication, or two or more offenses In the same count, of an indictmentTucker v. State, 6 Tex. App. 253; Waters v. People, 104 111. 547; Mullin v. Blumenthal,1 Pennewill (Del.) 476, 42 Atl. 175; Devino v. Railroad Co., 63 Vt 98, 20 AU. 953;Tucker v. Ladd, 7 Cow. (N. Y.) 452.1

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