(While he was within age.) In old English practice. A writ of entry whichformerly lay for an infant after he had attained his full age. to recover lands which hehad aliened in fee, in tail, or for life, during his infancy; and, after his death, his heirhad the same reme- dv. Reg. Orig. 2286; Fitzh. Nat. Brev. 192. G: Litt.