775. Entirety of connected statements to be considered.

Where the inducing cause is alleged to be a document (such as a prospectus, advertisement or circular), or a batch of documents, containing a number of statements interconnected either by express reference and incorporation or by community of subject matter, it is a general rule that, for the purpose of determining the issue of inducement, the conjoint effect on the representee's1 mind of the entirety of the statements or documents, in their mutual relation to and qualification of one another, is the question to be considered, rather than the effect of any particular statement or document apart from the