What is EBBA?

In old English law. Ebb. Ebba ct ftuctus; ebb and flow of tide; ebb andflood. Bract, fols. 255, 338. The time occupied by one ebb and flood was ancientlygranted to persons essoined as being beyond sea, in addition to the period of fortydays. See Fleta, lib. 6, c. 8,

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