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In the English statute of limitations there is an exception which has been copied in the acts of the legislatures of a number of the States, that its provisions shall not apply to such accounts as concern trade and merchandise between merchant and merchant, their factors or servants.This exception, it has been holden, applies to actions of assumpsit as well as to actions of account. But to bring a case within the exception, there must be an account, and that account open and current, and it must concern trade.