one that is a chemical of an extra bill and costs of revivor, and not soleley continues the fit, which includes abated by the loss of the plaintiff, or perhaps the like, but provides any flaws in the initial bill as a result of subsequent occasions, so as to entitle the party to relief generally merits of his ease. Mitf. Eq. PI. 32, 74; Westcott v. Cady, 5 Johns. Oh. (N. Y.) 342, 9 Am. Dec. 306; Bowie v. Minter, 2 Ala. 411.