A bill in equity brought merely for the recovery of real property, togetherwith an account of the rents and profits, without setting out any distinct groundof equity jurisdiction ; hence demurrable. Crane v. Conklin. 1 N. J. Eq. 353, 22 Am. Dec. 519.
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