In eyre; on a journey or circuit. In old English law, the justices initinere (or in eyre) were those who made a circuit through the kingdom once in sevenyears for the purposes of trying causes. 3 Bl. Comm. 58.In course of transportation; on the way; not delivered to the vendee. In this sensethe phrase is equivalent to “in transitu.”

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