Definition of EIRE, or EYRE


EIRE, or EYRE

English law. A journey. Justices in eyre, were itinerant
judges, who were sent once in seven years with a general commission in
divers counties, to hear and determine such causes as were called pleas of
the crown. Vide Justices in eyre.


Source: Bouviers Law Dictionary 1856 Edition

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