In old English law. A chirographed charter; a charter executed in two parts, and cut through the middle, (scindi- tur per medium,) where the word “cyrograph- um,” or “chirographum.” was written in large letters. Bract, fol. 34; Fleta, lib. 3, c. 14,

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