pleading. Where the material facts stated in a
declaration or other pleading, are inconsistent one with another for example,
where in an action of trespass, the plaintiff declared for taking and carring
away certain timber, lying in a certain place, for the completion of a house
then lately built; this declaration was considered bad, for repugnancy; for the
timber could not be for the building of a house already built. 1 Salk. 213.
2. Repugnancy of immaterial facts, and what is merely redundant, and
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