Carriages plying for hire in the street. The driver is liable for negligently losing baggage. Masterson v. Short, 33 How. Prac.
In Saxon law. A recompense or satisfaction for the violation of holy orders, or violence offered to persons in holy orders. Cowell; Blount
In Hindu law. A boundary or limit A statutory punishment defined by law, and not arbitrary. Mozley A Whitley.
In old English law. Hatred; ill will; prejudice, or partiality. Spelman; Cowell.
In old English law. A tax or mulct. Jacob.
HAEC EST CONVENTIO
Lat. This is an agreement. Words with which agreements anciently commenced. Yearb. H. 6 Edw. II. 191.
HAEC EST FINALIS CONCORDIA
L. Lat. This is the final agreement. The words with which the foot of a fine commenced. 2 Bl. Comm. 351.
In Gothic law. A tribunal answering to the English court-leet.