Whether it is desired to reopen the account1 or only to surcharge and falsify2, the ground on which relief is claimed must be distinctly alleged and proved as alleged3. Where there are several accounts, errors in some will render all liable to be reopened or objected to, if the relationship subsisting between the parties, the character of the errors and the connection of the accounts lead to the inference that the errors proved in some cases may be expected to appear in all
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