The nine parts of an ordinary bill in equity are as follows:

(a) The address.

(b) The introduction.

(c) The premises or stating part.

(d) The confederating part.

(e) The charging part.

(f) The averment of jurisdiction.

(g) The interrogating part, (h) The prayer for relief. (i) The prayer for process.

Of these the first three and the last two are essentials, while the fourth, fifth, and sixth and seventh, may be dispensed with.