What is INCLOSE?

To shut up. “To inclose a jury,” in Scotch practice, is to shut them up in a room by themselves. Bell. See Union Pac. Ry. Co. v. Harris, 2S Kau. 210; Campbell v.Gilbert, 57 Ala. 500.

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