This is the fault of Introducing superfluous matter into a legal instrument; particularly the insertion in a pleading of matters foreign, extraneous, and irrelevant to that which it is intended to answer. See Carpenter v. Reynolds, 58 Wis. 006, 17 N. V. 300; Carpenter v. West 5 How. Prac. (N. Y.) 55; Bowman v. Sheldon, 5 Sandf. (N. Y.) 060.
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