An expression applied especially to tlie court of exchequer chamber and the bouse of lords, as taking cognizance of error brought. Mozley & Whitley. It is applied in some of the United States to the court of last resort in tlie state; and in its most general sense denotes any court having power to review the decisions of lower courts on appeal, error, certiorari, or other process.

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