In the general passage; that is, on the journey to Palestinewith the general company or body of Crusaders. This term was of frequent occurrencein the old law of essoins, as a meaus of accounting for the absence of the party, andwas distinguished from simplex passuyi- utn, which meant that he was performing apilgrimage to the Holy Land alone.In generalibns versatnr error. Error dwells in general expressions. Pitman v. Hooper,3 Sumn. 200, Fed. Cas. No. 11.ISO; Underwood v. Carney, 1 Cush. (Mass.) 202.