In tbe civil law. A sitecies of right of way, consisting in the right of driving cattle, or a carriage, over the land subject to the servitude. Inst. 2, 3, pr. It is sometimes translated a “road," and in-eluded the kind of way termed "iter,” or path. Lord Coke, who adopts the term "actus” from Bracton, defines It a foot and horse way, vulgarly called “pack aqd prime way;” but distinguishes it from a <5art-Why