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V T H E N E W 


Mod Reverend JUDGE, 

[r. Anthony fitz-Herbert. 

IVhereH/rto ate ddded^ 

I The Authorities in LAW, and fome 
other Cases and Notes coIle<^led 
by the Tranllator out of the Year- 
Books and Abridgments. 

\k New and Exadl TABLE of the 
rooft Material Things contained therein^ 

\%^Z SiijCtl) (£DitiOn, carefully comSled frm the Emrs 
of the former hnfreffions. 

In the SAVOT: 

'nnced by <CliV ^Utt, and U. <3oning. (Afligns of 
-. SaytT Hq;) for 23. JlintOCt ac ihe Crofi-Ktys^ 
,.. 30lltng at the Atitre and Crown^ in Fliet'firttt; and 
«?*. lOariJ in the Imtr.Tm^U-Une. M DCC XVIH. 


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Cooipofed by tbe Reverend Judge, 

Mr. Anthony Fitz -Herbert. 

IN every A R T anJ S C 1 E N C E 
there are certain Rules and Founda- 
tions to which a Man ought to giue 
Credit^ and which he cannot deny. 
In like manner there are divers Maxims 
and Fundamentals in the Knowledge of the 
Common Laws of the handy which a Man 
ought for to believe very neceffary for thofe 
who will underftand the fame Ltw., ejpeciaily 
at the beginning of their StuJ/fs; for upojt 
thofe Fundamentals the whole ! aw doth d^- 
, fend, tor which Puriofe, in Timepajl there 

B 2 was 


was compcfej a very profitable Booi^y called 
The Rcgillcr, which aoth contain funcfry 
jPriKCfp/es, by which be muft be vptU in- 
flruSlcd txf>o would jludy the Law. And 
aljofor that Ff^rpvfe was there compofed by a 
Learned Man, a Book, called Natura Brc- ^ 
vium, which BooHi doth declare and fet forth 
the Vive'fities and Natures of many Origin 
nal WritSy with their Procefs ; which Book, 
helped much to the underftanJing not only of 
the Regifter, but aljo of the Law of i}>e 
Land. But becaufe of late Time that Book, 
hath been tr an/la ted into the Englilh Tongue, 
and many Things are therein which are not 
according to the Law of the Land ^and many 
ether I bings are emitted which are very pro- 
fitable and necejfary for the underftavding of 
the Law 5 for that Caufe is tbis Work. compo^ 
fed and pub/ijhed, wherein if ther^ be any 
Thing againjt the Opinion of the Sages who 
have the Adminifiration of the Laws, the 
^equefi of him who hath taken the 'Pains to 
make the Treat ife is, I hat they would cor^M 
re^ and amend the fame, as they jhall fee 
goody according to the Law. 

T H 




T A B L E 



Contained in the enfuing Treatife* 



Ccedas id Cumm,pMg,^o 

Acrompc 157 

A^^meafunt. Piftum 176 

AimtnfuT^w DotU 

Ati aJmtrtrodur^ Clericom 

Ad quod djmpnt m 

AlUnitlon Cim Licence de Roy 

Annua PenRo 
Aici 00 Bcfaiel 
A|>o^irt capUnd' 
Aflifc dc Novel Dtffcifio 
AfBfc dc Darrein Prcrcntmcijt 6$ 
AftiCt de More d'Auncenoc 4I I 
Affile de Nufancc 4«7 

AiKTeucioci in Affiic 4 2 

Attumc ^ tji 

Artornir. fac» ?el rcctplend. J49 
Attachment ^ 






Aildirt Qpereli ^ 216 

Audicndo Sc TermJnaodo iaj 

Auxilium ad fttium mi litem U* 

cicod- \re] tilUm tnariund. iS| 


CAofa Matrimonii prslocati 

De Cautione admittenda 1 4 1 
CeiTdvk 4<J| 

Ccrtificafc fur A/fife fue ^o| 

Ccrriorart a remover Record. 537 
Champerty jgj 

Cferici non ? figant. in Offic- Bal* 
livi, d'^: pro terris futf jpo 
Contra tbrmamCofJationfs 
CommiiTio pro tttatc proband^ 

Common de Pafture^ Turbary or 

Kfcary y^^ 

Comporo ^57 

B } Con. 

7%c Writs contmed 

Crr •flticndi 56 1 

Co lEu Icrii fiftnu 361 

Con uefadinibttf & ScrvtciL |)7 

CoDfulitcioa 1 19 

Covcraiic |J| 

CovcAanr it \rvU Koc 3 %6 

Corona tare eligcodo vcl docve* 

rartda ^^^ 

Cofcnige 491 

Oiric dio hftbtncto 5 10 

Cui in vira ^ig 

Cui ante dtvorcmiD 4^4 

CtUM cltudcnili 3^2 

Dhftmn Prtjcntnifnf 68 
Drdimui poteftttecn At hu 
tnrntto f«Cicnd. 55 

Debiro ^6} 

Drcic» tanniin |8o 

i>e deonciando pro rata pof rionc 

Detinue 30^ 

DUm dau/it eitreinuin 55! 

Difccit ill 

Dailrefi tfi Gl^be & Royal Oii 





ExTCUuo m Com. PaUciii. a^f 
Eiecmio Judicii 4* » 4l 

Ex gravt ^ueieU 41 

Eiontrario Sc^s ad Cor. Coco, vel 
Barofiii 15^ 

ExpatCftalti tSd 

Acaee probanda 5659 

En'rr in CI ''*"t 

Entre in c nili 

B<tcie ad commanem legem 


Error in Lndm 



Etlend. f]tii«t de ToYncCo 

E)(ccim. capiendo 

Ejtccuttone fuper Sti'Mfrnt 24t0i 


AYfo judtcio |t 

Eormedon tit dcfctnd. 47 1 14*/ ^ 
' ■ 4<»3 



Doee ande nihiT hdbet 
Uofv airigtunda 
Dfdtc CM London 
Drdr Patent 
Of oit dc Dower 
Droit de Advowfon 
Oom foit infra aititem 




ormcdon in rem. 
Formcdon in revert* 
Foccibk Entry 


IJ Hants fait per le Roy 



Dum non fuit lOiDpcis tncntti 445^ 


EJeflione firinc 489 

EieUione VifidartoruiQ 36^ 
B EtrOimie de CUrk a prend. Ob^t* 

■ gicton 367 

H Eocte en |r Quibtii 414 

K limre ad tetmbtoi qui pr2.tcriir, 

fj j^f etico c<jmburftido 594 
1^1 Hofnagio rcfpefliiAfido* /^* 
Hoiiitne rcptegiando ^4^ 


1 Dempt irate nomimf 59| 
^ Id iota inqoireodo & eian 

nindo 5 

Intrmul raouit 4 

Intfu(»oo 4 

Jurii iitmcxi 1 

LAboureri ^ S 

Levati facias % 


Lf pn>(b amovcndo 
Libcrr*t€ probtncta 
Liberttr. aUoctr. 
LicetUc de aller al Ele&ion 
livery hors del main le 



Ui'^Ty pod mortem PaCris Se Ma- 

tris 57# 

Livery »ptes mort Ic Tenant per 

IcCartcfy 170,571 

tirery aprcs mort Ic TcoanC en 

Dower 572 

Livery apret mort le Tenant en 

Tail & pur vie 57 a 

Livery pur le Heir en Tail 173 
Li%'ery pur rcr. per petit Serjean* 

ty ihd 

Liirery pur le Aunt & Niece de 

aver Partition 574 

Livery put de fair Livery &it dc- 

VMnt ^75 

Livery & de pirtttione faciend. 

h the enfuhg TrtMifci 


Livery pur rerres In Socage 

MAgni AfnfAEljgenda 
Mclim mquirendo 

Moderata Mifcricordit 
More d'Auaceilor 

NAtlvo habendo 
Ne admicut 
Nc injurte vexes 
N<m pon«rnd, i\ Aflifii» &*f* 
Nomina Corrodiorum & Pcnfion, 
if) Anglia 514 

Noper obiie 4)7 

N^lince ^ 407 

NufiQce Vicontiel 4.19 








PArtltTone faciendt 

X Parco fra&o 
PerambtiUrionr Taciend. 
Pone dc remover Plee, ^/. 
Poncnd in Ailidf, '&€, 
Praecipe in Capite 
Prohibtrinn & Inhibitloo 
Procedendo ad Judicium « 



Pirfons nc Prebends ne fertont 

charge pur leor bienf 3SM 

Pukbrc placirando 59^ 

Pur fairc Prodamafion que nu| 

je£t ordures en las (oSisi Jft 

Uare Impedit 
^Quare noa admSiit 
Quare incumbravit 
Quaremina habcnda 
Quire ejccit infra tcrmioamf435^ 




Qn^ plura 
Quod perm it tat 
Quod ei dcforceaC 
Quo jure 


RAtionablli parte ty^ 
Ratronibilibus dfvids ^0^ 

Recognifance en County 194 

Recaption 151 

Recordaro icy 

ReQo in London ll 

Reao de Dote tS 

Re^o Cfaufo 2| 

Re^o dc rarionabilt parte ty 

Re^o de cullod. cerr. Sc hsrre. 

dis ^ 318 

Repkgiire d« averiis if a 

Keparactonc f^cicad. i9t 

Refcoui atf 

B 4 Rc^it 

The Wrhs tontdined, &g 

Redrflcifin 417 

Reaitur. Tetnpottl. 376 

SCattgio habendo 18 ; 

Secur irate pacU 177 

Securirac. tnveniend. quod non fe 

diveirat ad piites exteras Hne 

licentiaKeg. 188 

Sefia ad Molead Inum 271 

Si non omnes 345 

Sine afT-nfu capituli 43 f 

Spoliafion 80 

Super Srar. 12 R. a. cap. 13 que 

nul j-& Dung, &c, 39a 

Super Star. 33 Ed. 3. verfus !«• 

iiurerr 37a 

Sue Scat, que nul foit ViRuMSer 

pur le temps que il ell Major 

Stu-Srar. r Ed. 3. cap. is. 389 
Superleileas 534 

Sur Srar. pur Senerchal & Ma« 

refchalleRoy 53 f 

Sur Srar. Arriculi Cleri 386 

Pur Seller terr. de Tenant en 

Dower que marie fans Licenfe 



Trerpafs Tur le Cafe 


a 04 





Vi Laica removenda 

\l\T Arrantia Did jtf 

VV Warrantit Chart* ly? 
Waif 1X3 

Withernam 1(14 


The TABLE to the Book 

of Fitx^Herberth Natura Brevium. 

^fHw the Writ of Replevin 
y» abates, the Writ of Recap- 
tion (kail abate vC<i L 

It a Mail ufcs his Common pen- 
dcQf hhWrtt it (hill abate it,4ot M 

Where for want of Ti CS* Armit^ 
and wlieDi if i( is put in^t^o^t^i , 

19% H 

Ntn*tfn»re Ibtlt not ftbate t Nu^ 
ftfktti 438 I? 

A VV^rit of DUceic fliftll not 
abate for Form 2 1 1 £ 

Wberc an Aidit0 ^mrels iball 
ibate 131 R 

In Debt, when if is in the De* 
hf and Oftin§t 25| 

When in Sifod ferminMt 274, 

ihvfitit m the firft Afiion (halj 
flOf abate a WmrmntiM Chart Jt^^oo L 

Where the Writ of G>ircninc 
OkM abate* and where nor, 3 ij £ 

To remove a Writ of Covenant 
cot of • Hundred Court, 313,324 

atbbot, fee Cozpo^ation* 

when in Afti'^ni brought the 
King fendcth hi* Writ not to pto^ 
Ceed, Regi incvnftilu, 344 D, 345 E 

A OicUs tmittm is a Popular 
A^ton 380 >f 

acttotte upon tlie Caft ; vide 
S:r£fpar0 upon the Cafr* 

Ltci agatnft the Atch-Deicon 
j far itfoTmK CO give Inttodu^iorit 


Lies agamO a Man for falHy in« 

dicing another ^^6 L 

Lies upon a verbal Covenant 

It Ires for a Damage teceiveii 

by a Nufance >5»| 

in what Cafes it lies, ay? i*»^ 

Where may be fued ^^t D 

It lies againft one that was not 
•aoally BiilifF 157^ 

Againd him thit t«ceives the 
Profit of my Land i^id, A 

For the Infant agaioA hii Fa* 
ther^or Guardian in Socage,if 7 a, 
2^0 A, B 
Againfl one that enters wirh- 
out his Confcnt 96^ B 

The Execucori miy have ibis 
A£lioa a57C, t5« 

It lies not agatnft Eaecutors, 
2f7 C 
It lies between Merchantf rhac 
occupy in ComcDonj i$S X>, £, 
24^1 G 
For the Succeflbr a j 8 

Where the Plaintiff may te. 
move it by P«i#, and where the 
Defendant ^59 <5 

The Writ of Mmfiravit upon 
the Stttote^ and whete it Jte^^ 
1 ^9 W, ido 
Proctfi of Outlawry lies in 
Account 2f9 




Dibc BfS for Arrctrigcf of Ao 
^Csiiific] i6f C 

It lUf.airimQ • Woomiibat ddc 
tfiiinfl I ' 961 r 

Aftii iW C 

Agiinft BAioa for the Receipt 
rf luA Feme i^^ f 

It Iks for Goods deltvet'd be-* 
' food tlie Sell i^^V.G 

Where Goodf trc delt¥et*d up- 
Oft Ofid inoa i ^f i. 

Liei not agilnfl & Drpoty R<- 

Lici nor igainf^ in Apprtncicvy 

l>ur tt liet aiciinO • Servanr who 

is fcnf ro tetcivt Montf thid, D 

Where aiEiinft Collcaofl ik F 

Where th« Writ of £«^#r/l Itfi 

for tliv AcccNnptant iHl 

Ai Chtitwm mdminmditm. 

Tlie i^'tm ^'f ir 84 B 

For whrjfT) it ticf, and ro whom 

Co be dif e£|«d liri. 

Where ic lieifer the Kmg*s Pi- 

ffm«e ^s O 

Where to rhe King tjr Ofitia 

ihtJ. £ 

Fnr the Perron after the fix 

Monrhf $hd. F, 

The Defendant (hail not btve 

}r upon the Abitetnent of the 

Wijf 8rff,e6M 

I hi Deftndinc tnuA inakc Title 

8(SH,L, «7^ 

. Whin rhe T linrifT (hal] have le 

fiitbf'U'' mtki'ig Title ikid^H 

Um^yht dirc^cd to the Biftiop 

or hiiViar Oeaeia1,ig4iuil whom 

the RtC'jvcry wtf iM. ^ 

Dift elf agamt) fwo 87 A 

. I^ a ^trangei not Party to rhe 

Wftt i^id.C 

LTpod Agrctmr At ro prefent by 

%mm% i^ V r, r 


Admtsf^rmmt it thmrr. 
The Form of rhe Writ || I (7 
Where to be broutjhr iW, F 
Where it lieip and for whom 

jr may be remmrcd Jl < , 11 1 
Where to be made |)| ff, 3 Jl 
It iiei not of an liopfoireincnt 

UponaPofltdioninLaw ikQ 

Admfffit'^imait it Psfiufi. 

The form of if a7^» •78,179 

What it U, and where it lief 

l?6S, C«i8oll 

Lies not for the Lord tj6 £>» 

179 O 
Not igatnft him, but an Affile 
only 3760^177 

CcMSimooen by Vicinity flulJ 
have it «7ifi 

It miy be removed ^77 F^ G 
The Count in it %*)% A 

The to*m oi the Witt to the 
Shf riff to make It 2796,1790 
Where rhe Writ dt Sitmd* $tu 
^frmtirstimi lies, and the Form 
of it 179 £,180 

Out of what Court 180 F 

The Forfeitares upon the Judg- 
ment 180 Q 
Ad fmd dsmfmtm. 
The Form of the Writ where 
the L^ndi ate given in MoroTuin 

49 J ^^494 49f 
Where a Chaplain or Woman 
gtvei L^and 494 

For a Chaplain and Lay man - 

494 C 

Where, norwirhfiAndtog the 
King*» Licence to atieniChere mud 
be an sdfwtd dsmmmm 495 5 

The perm of the Writ where 
rhe King gfxnrt the Abbot Li* 
ccnc to ptudiiie 4^ F 




The J A B LB. 

To tn Abbot or Gtfhop fo ap* 
pfopfintd Church 497 H 

They m\ift bt m*de acei rding 
ro the Ltcteis Patents of Licence 
497 C, D 

Ic lies where tn Hofpitil or Pre 
bendtty if co be founded 49B £ 

Where the King's Tenant aJi* 
Cfis, rhete ought to be an ^d futd 
dsmmtm 498 H 

The Form of it 498 //, 499 

Where the King givci Leave to 
make a Ditch near to one of hit 
Ponds ^ 500 £), foi £ 

Upon granting the Aflifc of 
Bread, &f, 5^01 f 

\V hete Lands are gircn ^o the 
King to be gi^^en to a Rctigmuf 
Hotjje $of A 

Upon gnnting of a Pardon for 
lotmlion 502 O 

For a Foreller upon granting 
orer hii Office 501 £ 

For ctitrrng down Trees, and 
making Aflart of the Wood in 
the For eft f 01 f 

For cncloUng part of a Foreft 
501 F 

Where a Patent is granfed , 
s^fjw siiquf htvi di sd q^pd dsm* 

The King Cetzed of an Advow. 
lixi, and during the Avoidance 

Jttanti this over, he Oiall not pre^ 
cor 74 N 

Where the Eiecotor ihall prc- 
feot upon an Avoidance i^sd^ 

Beewttn Parfoo, Patrao» and 
Ordtn4r> 109 R 

B^iweeq the Lord and his Ser* 

Aid tt Rif. 

Upon Aid ttritif^ the Afiion 

{hail i>iy iintil a Pret^dmd^ in h- 

qadm out of the Chancery 54 a B^ 

How the Writ ought to be 


It tnuft appear that the King if 

concerned^ othenvife a Pmtdiwdt 

lies. 344 ^ 

Zitl Of IPffaieU 

The Form of the Writ of Aiel 


What it is, and where it lies, 

and for whom tVd* 

The Aunt and Niece ihatl join 

ink ika 

AlietiMtivn fmtj Unmfi. 

The King's Tenant ought not 
to alien im Lands until aa^ (jnod 
damnum feed out, and the King** 
Licence for it 498 H 

The Form of the Writ of Ad 
fit0d dsmnum i^i^^ 

In what Cafes a Licence under 
the Great Seal mull he futd out 

Upon Alienation without Li- 

cencc the King feiftth the Lands 

5«i C 


In what Cafci^ and upon what 
Amtrctmcnti a W lit dt Modrrsts 
M*jWnordim lies i <5 7 , i 6S , 6y , 1 7^ 

What Pcrlbns aie to be amer* 
ced, and how 1 ^o t 

Debt Has cc itcontt. 

nuei 168 H^ I 

It lies for Executors for Arrears 

of an Annuity 16/ C. 166 1, 26S / 

The form of the Writ 3195^ 

340 C 




The TABL E. 

^here to te brought Jfo E 
In wrhat Ctfcs it lies 3 j^ 

In whit Courts -^^^ B,C 

Wltcrc the Hcjr {h«U be char- 

$ed 340 F 

If iiet upon a Gnnf by a Cor- 

portrion 340 G, 34» fij,K 

Upon theKingS Grant 341 L 
Ey Patron md Ordinary *sGrant 

AtmuM Pinjto, 

Where this Writ lies, and for 
li^hom J ' 3 G 

The Fo'^m of it 511 

The Form of the Grant of a 
l>c»cori $!^H 

What Abbics or Priories oug'jc 
to havcPcnfions and Cortodics^j 1 4. 

Lies not after Judgment in 

An Hofpical may be appendant 
10 s Manor 5^4 B 

In what Cafe J sc lies $^9 C 

The Form of the Writ, ih. 

There muft be a Cenificate ia 

Chancery f*?i52o 

The Body of a Clergy. man not 
to be taken in Execution upon a 
Statute ayo / 

An Af taint tie^ nor in m Aflife 
''wt^pt before Juftices of Aflifcor 
Common pleas 14 1 H 

AgainO the Lord for furcharg* 
ing the Common 176D1177 

The King cannot prorogue an 

AHIfe, b^citife the Defendant i^ 
in ht^ Service 242 « 

Where new |udgey arc made 
afccrVcrditJ,and before Judgment 

That th^ do not proceed R^ge 

tmmfuito, in what Cafes ir Ihall be 

344 D, 34c £ 

When an AlTifc may be put off 
for fomc time 345 ^ 

j^Jpfi de Kovel Difa'JiH* 
Where it lies, and for whf»Ri^ 
and in what Courts 39 J A, B 
For what Things, 396, ^97 H. 

The Days of the Returns 3$ J C, 


The Jtiflkes of Affife may take 

it without Patent 39^^^ 39S ^ 

The forms cf it 394^ 

If before other Juftices 394 G. 

^H, 395^ it 

The Form of it in the King's 

Bench or Common Picas 395 8 
The Demandant mud Jind Sure* 

tics ^9^ C 

Where there m»y be a Vouthef 


It lies for Tenant by Elegit^ ^f. 

39<SG, 397 

The Form of the Parent where 

there arc fcvenl Aflife* depending 

between two Perfons 397 I 

What (hall abare it 397 ^ 

A Patent dire&ed to Jullicei 


Of what Seiiin 397 A, C, 

398 F, H, 431 / 

There may be feveral Things 

in one Writ 39^ -P 

Who Oiaf] be DIlTeiforf, and 

who not 398 G,« 

Where the Writ of AHife of 

Common of Pallure,&c. 1161399 L 




Tftc Forms of It, 399 

In whit County, aVid wHeic to 

^ brought 39^1 400 

In what Coaits ro be bfoughc 

391 C 

The Days of the Return 39} C, 

The Form of tnt \Vr irs 43 3 £, 

ThcPfocefiin it ^3^0 

In whtt Cifei it lies 433,434 

^ ■ 415t43<S 

Tne geneia] Patent will Utvc 


The Form of the Wt it of Sum- 
mons 414 6 

The Aunt and Niece may juin 

In It 434 

^ A Certificate. Writ of Aifo 

CtAion^ and 61 nsn ^mttttf will tie 

Upon it 4}f O 

It lies fat the Heir tgaialt rhe 
Guardian 43 j» 

Voucher lies m it • ibid. 

Lies not for Lands dev liable by 
WiiJ 43<SH 

If lies againft Strangerf, and 
HOC Privies in Bloody 43^^ 

It lits for a younger Brother, 
where the elder hath been gone 
18 Vear$ 43^5,43 7 

JJJifi dt Wufjmcs. 

TheForm of the Patent 407!., 

Where, in whit Cafes, and for 
whom it lies 407 J^K^^o^ X,409 A 

In what Counties it ihali be 
fued 40 7 » 4*- 8 

Strring up t Fair, where it Jhall 
be a Nufance 409 A 


The L orm of the Writ 68 F 
Where and for whom it bet 

Tenant for Years ^9, 70 H 

Ufuf prion upon an Infant 70 
Coparceners U, A 

Where it m^y be f<r Journeyt 

Accounts 7Q G 

A0! deffejh Fme, 

No Witt of fal^judgmenc lies . 
in it 414. 

JUtroctatton in 9lf&fi\ ^ si wm 

Ofrmcs. See tOtnaiiJUoiU 

What it is, and whete it Iicf» 
The Form of it 41a 

For f(!vcral Affife^ 415 B^k 

The Form of the Writ to Juftt- " 

CCS new a(rigned4r3 i\4ij -^,41^ 
For the Allociare 4t?«4f5*4i^«^ 
The Form of the Writ of Si ■ 

nm 9nmes, 414 H, 141 H, aa5 Cp 


An Aflbciition afcer an AHb. 
ciation list not 4<4 '^ 

A general Patent to take ail ■ 
AiHfes iM. M 

The old Juftices fhall dettvet 

their Records to the new ones 

4'f G 

W*hcrc one of the two Jullicet 
cannot cotne^and another is added 

4' 5 >^. 4'^ 

The Kmg may make an Aifc- 

ciation irt Juries, as well in A^zet 

at Attaints 416 

So Itkewife to the SherifT in a. m 
RediUcifin 417 O, 4'^Ji^^9 

Although the AfHic is dilcon. 

tinued, yet the Ailociadans and 


The TABL E. 

Mrt fif 1/ wm irnnti contintK ill 

Agtinft rhr Lord thit refuferh 
f» hdi hit Court, fo that his 
T»iiint Ofinot ptoceed upon bis 
WHt of Risht ^ S 

^ For dlftitioing tftcr 1 tJt mjmfit 

Lief igtinft rlie L<)rd in y^ 
fimt [km$jn« tbtt tciufeili fo hold 
bis Cnurt 1^ O, t 

ArtachmencUet agtind 'heShe- 
tfSvfhiC reftife to eiectiie i R#^ir. 

/kctAchm^m agtinft the Lo«d 
Sw dtAriifiing ifter i Mtnllr^%ft* 
rtmt ^7B,C. }} F,Q,HJ 

f^or noc doing Eiectitior^ up* 

*Uci upon in Jdmtt$€M4ium tit* 

Hium 84 C 

AtfKhmeoc lies upon the tii» 

Oiop'i RefHirtl to tdmii the Clftk 

tlpof) a S^sn mm sdmtfii lo; C 

WlKn it (in tg*in(l the SheriS* 

to Title Btct^mmmust^ tmp^tmd* 

140 Ofd 

For not executing i B«mim Rf* 

Lic« agatnfl the Sheriff kt not 

executing t ?/i«rii/ in Replevin 

ift £ 

• Upaa • Mtdifmtm Miffiivrdis 

^ -*A[iet « Wilt D# {amtsstt Pstk 

Ltcf agtinft the Sheriff for not 
dttivccfng chi PerCbfl that briogt 
bb Jmiiis ftiirtls t |l F 

l^or not cxecutiog a Wttt of 
CoaTjpicicr 2}iN,%S7 



hm for procfeding to Judg. 
m^nt after a Fmt allowed ^6^ 

Ltet againd the Sheriff if bt 
will not mtko Adme ifurem^nt of 
Common upon t Writ diref^ed 10 
him 177 F 

Lift igiinft • Mayor that will 

nor certify A Statute iSj^ C» 

191 D 

Agnnfl the Shetiff for nor 

executing an Executttio upon it 

ipf « 

Ltei ifitnd 1 CommitfTAoner 
that will nor cettify the Cono* 
fancc of a Fine |aSa 

It liet fof proceeding after a 
Pnc*d4»d9 md jM^iCittm 1^^ C 

It liei QOCigainftJuflaceaupon 
R«cord 344 ^ 

It liei agiinO the Lord for di« 
(lxain<og after a Writ ^ tMtntrsm 
nmt Sifl^ sd Car. Cmm. vti B^rm. 

So likewifc againfl the Sheriff 
or hif Bailiff 1(7 A, ifg 

Ir liEf when more Servic«i 
are difliatned for than are dee 

Agiind the SH-criff for not re. 
turning right Petfont Jurori 3 7 1 

Upon e Writ di nimrfg ^f>/. 
Lfnd, JO) 

It lies fef not of 
di CmndU hs^fnd§ 

It lie* for proceed 
Writ dt Pidthri Plsntmui foed out 

obtyiag the Writ 1 
oceedtng after a ^ 

Jtt<iii)Tncnt fur |9;ol|ibjttoii. 

When and where the King may 
hAve it j^o f , 9 J M, N, v6 A 

Whrre the PAity lucd \n the 
Spiritual Court OMy hive it , 



The TA 

Wbcrt It Ucf igainft the Judge 

^o L 

^ Far Suit forTrerpafs 90 M 

For Ulcgally Excooimuni caring 

Where if lies for proceeding 
tfrer a Prohibition $) H 

Whrre it lies after Judgmeiic 
in Sini^ri [mpidit gS A^B, 97 W,N 

For citing the King's ChipUini 
for Non-rcSdcncy 95? G 

For fuing out of the Realm 
100 H 

So likewife opOQ a CiCition 
from Rtme 1 00 / 

For fuing out ofthejurifdiftion 
roi F 

For fuing for above 40 j. in a 
County Court »o} A 

For dividing an entire Debt 
loto feveral Plaints ihut 

For fuing m Trefpafs fi ff y^ 
jm 104 B 

For Charters which concern the 
lohei trance 105 B 

For proceeding after a Mm Po^ 
imAjpfis 3^8C,37oC 


MTho fliall have the £(Uee of a 
Per{bo attainted^ and when 311 H 

The Pernor of the Profits Ihall 
fitef the King i^\ K 

TbeForm of the Writ ajj li,N, 

b an AflUe a}5» I, ir> L, 340, 
241 H 

Wbtra it Ists ^11^^ 13 fi 
J37Af, 158O 

Wbat b i gcod Bar to it 

B L E. 

In what Cowt a 3 3 G, i ? 7 W. 

It lies for that which couchctb 
the Freehold »3I / 

InTrefpaff Uid.fLL 

Ftir Damag^t unpaid itud, H 
Upon a Niji pTiut 43 J tif 
Iji» 1 Liberty or Corporatioa 

3JJ O 

UpOQ a Plaint without a VVrie 

a)4^, 54dP 

Within the Verge 134 C> 

546 F 

The Prnfccutor may be baifed 

ouc of Pnfon to profecufe hit 

Writ 134 

When the Heir ihall hive ic 

238 B, 139 F,G 

It lies for Vouchee 13 f R, 

21% A 

For blm in Reverfion 135 £» 

438 y^ 

Ic lies not where the Witneiret 

affirm the Verdi & 23 j 

Where if lies although the Ver« 

did is true ^}^^ 2-^6 4 

Upon an Enquiry in Wailo 

Ic lies for the King 136, 

338 ^ 

Wbcie there are two EnqueOs 

In an Aflife 337 p 

Ic lies before Eiecution fued 

The Judgment in Accatot , 

457 rt, Hi ^, 243 

Ic Ucf againft the Tcrtenanr, 


It lies not upon an Appeat.jiiV. 

Nonfuit after Appearance if 

pertiopcory J38 O 

Where the Wiiti muft be U* 

rcial 139^ 




fiat li|>on • falft Verdia 

I in in S\T\(c^ ntcrpt it be be- 
e JuAices of Affifc ot Cofnition 

B?nch 14* ^ 

Upon 1 RedifTtififi 341,1^1 
Tb€ Puuithmtot rfthcju^orf 

wbcn eoQvtdcd ^M^% L 

jfttwmi^ fscitndi Cf mipiiitit. 

The Fomi of the Wrir, 1^9, 

Wbm tr liet^ mil for wiiooi 

Wbm the Teiunc is in Ward 
jjo ^ 
TodoSott in aHondred Coorr» 

To the Bwlifff to receive tn 
Attorney jfi C 

Their Powcri, and Dtho may 
mtlre them, (See in Tit'c Otiimm 

An Aftion tiet agtimd htoi for 
Co«'tnouiPtaO»ce 115 D, 117 -fl^ 

\\ here he mty plead NW fmm 
Jmfjfrmmtmt 117/ 

Mif bring Debt agiinft hit 
Clients P(ion h\\ Bill 36S L 

May be made in a £51*/ y**-** 
tlmnMt ^ fir tfud fgrviti^ 318 
. The Tenant mif mtke AtTor- 
ney to do Sait at the Lord** Cburt 

So tikeinfe m the Handled or 

other Coot t 3ii 

They are to be admitted to tie- 

tc their Ambority 3 5 »# 3 5 * 

Grantee ofa Rcveifion by Fine 
ihaH not bring VVafte until At- 
Commenc I}] / 

Where Debt for Rent Jiet (or 
the HefPerfioner without Atrnrn- 
inenf» a*id where it mad be 168 tf 

The McGie not compeltable to 
•troffi 301 L, 30 J 

Where i Oiftrmisi md ^(vmsiu 

I lici 


Jitdiis SfmU, 

The Form of the Wttt ity 
Whrre it lie?, and for what, 

i}o, 331 B, }^6A. 

OqC ol «ri»tt Court t|i5, a 

To whoai direded 2a7^ 9 p 


Where an Attorney covinoofly 

maket Def«QJt iij 4 

One Fec^iFce miy have it agiinft 

another atS0» 2|oG 

Upon a Defeafaoce ^t^C, 

231 C 

It liet upon a Releate afte? i 

Veriift 119 A, 130 /, 131 B 

AgftinCl the Grantee of an Eftire 

119 £ 

It liet for the Heir 119 B 

When a Stranger majr have it 


Upon a forged Statotc a 19 0, 

^10 H 

It liet not after a Somaoni i«. 

turned upon a Soref/utsj 330/ 

Ic Uc% bt an Infiuic 2^0 JT, 


For one in Dwrefl 130 t 

Upon a ReleaTe to one Obligor 

• 230 M 

It if a Suftrffd^Mi %\mO 

Ic ouy compfcbend two Mat. 


Where if (haO abate 
The Pcocefi to ic 


The TAB 

WKere outof tbeCominonPlcas, 
ilid Where out of die Chaucery 

For the Feoffee of Part of the 
f.ind which did belong to the Re* 
togniior 93^ £ 

Where the Money upon a5ta- 
tote or Recognizance is encrcrJ in- 
loiaod an Atqaittancegivcn ^^^F 

L E. 

Whait Lands arc ancient Dc- 
tncfne 50 D, 35 D, £ 

When a Tenant is ouftcd ordif- 
felTed, what Remedy ihe Law al- 
lows him t^ F 
The Manor and the bemcfnes 
which is called ancient Dmifnt^ 
h under the ]urirdi£lion of the 
Common Law j but the Lands 
which are holden of the Manor 
I arc fuablc no where but in the 
I ancient Demefce Court 24 M, 2t6 

What Remedy a Copyholder 
1 bach to recover his Lanci zr B 


. The Tenant may bring an A ITize 

IgainfthisLorJ 36 £ 

What Afls done make ancient 

Dcroe'ne Frank fee 28 

None but Socage Lands are an- 

cieat Demefnc s3, jo B 

In what Cafes they may hzti 
their VVric of M^njlravtr ant ;o Di 

The Privileges oi ancient Dc- 
iilefnc ?o£iF,3y9^»17ii="iJ'Cii 

Dlfceit lies upon a Fine levied 
at the Common Law 2i6 A 

Not compellable to appear at 
any Leet or Torn |f 9 c 

Nor to fcrve upon Juries jf t 


Not to pay Toll, Pontage, &i^ 

joj A 

They (hall not contribute to tho 

Expcnccs of Knights in Pirlia- 

mcflt fo7 C 

Breve de Auxilh id 0um miU* 
tern fuve vet ad filim miri* 

The Form of it t^ A 

VVhcn it lies, and for whoD 
1835, 1840,1 
How mach muft be paid iS| 

It was at the Common Laitf 



For the King*s Tenant t^ 

The Lord may diftrairi for it 


I&ailt vide Title ^am 

ISftilpin 3lccount,videTiL 
TBniUi ofaflSftuo?- 
N what Cafes the Lord of tbe 
Manor (ball bring a Writ of 

Refcous, for a Refcous done to 

thefiatliiT 23$ 

He ftiall have an Aftion of Trel* 

pafs for the LoTi of his Service 

Z2S a 
C Vailitf 

7b€ Table. 

ISailifE 0f a JTrmctjire* 

In what Cafes he (hall maintain 

a Writ of Re&ous 224 G, aaf A 

Bf zi6 D 

Whexti the Lord (hall have it 
225 a 

The PlaintiiF upon an Execn- 
tioD (ball have it sz6 

Where compellable to admit an 
Attorney Jfi, JS^ 

Moft have futtiCkenc Lands with- 
in Che County 36^ A 

\ Clergy- man muft not be e- 
leOed 390 

A Feme-covert may be Attor* 
ncy tor her Husband 59 C 

bhe oughc to piefeat within fix 
Months 76 r 

Feme cxcufed fromWafte by her 
Husbani:'s Death igx / 

The Writ </r SecuriiMte Fads lies 
fer the Wife aj^ainft the Husband 

179 F 

Where they maU joiftin a Writ 
ofDiiccit 216^ 

Cenfpiracy lies not againft ch: m 
becanfc bu c one Perlbn z 5 6 >C 

Account lies againft Baron upon 
fhe Receipt of his Feme 261 F 

Debt iiliKia|^Co\-cnarO lies a* 

tfainft Baroo and Feme for tki 
Elebt of the Feme 265 F, 267 i 

Againft the Husband upon th 
Wifier'sConcraO t^f (/, 2« 

The Husband after the Wife' 
Death (hall not bring an Adioi 
for a Debt doe to her 267 i 

Where the Wife (bail have a lU 
fHW4biii f^tthowwum 270! 

May ^>io in a Writ of Mefne ;o: 

The Wife may haw a Detinu< 

againft her Husband after Divoro 


Qmd ei drfcrceMt Kes for then 

147 /'t 3-;8 ^ 
They may be retained Servant 

Where (he Ihali be a Di&riforefs 
and vihere not 398 ( 

Where they may have a dam wc\ 
fiiit h/rs dUtim 427 /T, L 

Where the Wife (haHhave a Cm 
in vita 428, 421 

Where ftie (haft have her ad Itr 

mimaifiifr^cteritf 448 s 

The Wife may have a Stf^iieavi 

againft her Husband f 30 ^ 


Where the Writ dt FtJtkrePh 

cit.md9 lies, and Co whom to be di 

rcfted j9d yi, ( 

The Form of it ii^^S i 

Aa Atcachoieot lies upon i 



Citfs ititrimoMU frdJocMiu 

TH £ Form of iC 4f j* B 

lo what Caie and for whom 
a lies 4yf • 4J'* 

It I'm in the ^{r 8p Cai 45^5 B 

Hie Aant and Niece may join 

■n ic 4ff F 

The Hosbaod and Wife may fue 

^t 456 ^ 

It may be fued without any 
Wridag to prove it 4f6 L 

CsMikm dJmtiewd, 

The Form of it» 141. and 
where it lies G 

To the Sheriff to delhrer a Per* 
ihn excommonicated . 141 O 

BtOiop't Certificate of Abfolu- 
tion 141 F, 14Z 

Ezcommanication by the Chan- 
ceOor oT Oxford t^ c 

A Ufifffdna graated to the She- 
riff, to difcfaarge one taken upon 
kn Ejum.Ctfiiii4o 143 p 

So likewife upon ao Appeal 
from a Seocenoe 144 E 

Biihop't Certificate! of Exaxn- 
aiengement .144 F, 1450,^, P 

Court of Kme and their Bulla 
145 B 

Uf0ftdta$ durmg an Appeal 
145 C, 140 £ 

tcifi f^tim 146 

For a Perfon convlfl of Felony 


For Rrftitation to a Church or 

Sanfinary 147 C 

Vagrant, Bionk or Friv 148 

Canft it Rtmover. 
In a Writ of Right Patent 6 Ft 

In a Writ of Right of Oow^r 

Fof the Petty-Jury in Attaint 
after Convi£tioo 241 L 


What it is, and fromlAcbce It 
iffoes y4; A 

To certify the Proceedings in 
the ancient Demefne (which were 
ient into the Common Boicb) in- 
to the Chancery 19 A 

To certify Wafte 13 1 --f 

To remove the Sureties and 

Recogniiance upon a SAffliuvii 


Who may hare ic 184 a 

To certify ic into Chancery 
179G. \%tD 

For the Petty Jury in Attaint 
141 14 

To the Execntort of Commit. 
fionenof Oyer and Tenmner ayo 

- A 

All Statutes may be certifted in- 
to the Chancery, before Execu- 
tion can be fued upon them 2S9 C» 

29o£,F,29i O. liyjjfl 

In a Perjminldime fgciiud. 295 


To certify the Conudince of a 

Pint 928 B, 319D 

It lies to remove the Record to 

the new Judges after Verdiflf and 

before Jodgmeoc in Affile^ 343 /» 

To certify Records from one 
Court to another 34^/, ^40 tf 

To Remove a Prifoner Convift 
of a lUdiffeifitL into the King's 
Bench tb be fined 422 £, 423, 

To remove the Rewd tf a K# - 

C a Pi- 


94 Di/tif/ft or Affifc Of Nmjd 

Upon ^« '^t :>inrfued fia £* €1 
for r Ljpcti tlic Re- 

fnoirat ot «Mi ft^u^ot Navel DiH 
rcifin 5?8^, f4ia 

y,. " '^^aecovtry isinanln- 
fcn. J ion to certify it into 
tbcKiii^5 ivcnch to make Biccu- 

lion s >S 5» f4r fi» f 4^» S47 i^ 
Where there aic new Judges 

f 39 O 

Upoa a Voucher to Warranty 
ii^oAdire y;9c;»S4o 

Tocercity all Picas before J«- 
ftkcs id Eyre, when they come 
loco the Coontry ^40 K 

To remove a Record from the 
Commoo Pleas jQtoChanccry« and 
froitt Ibcnce ioco the Kiog*s Bench 
by MiitimMi f4i ^ 

To ftjy Proceeding wbeic Uie 
Record cannot be hn\ ^42 D 

To die Mayor of (he Suple, to 
Certify aSutute 5x1 D 

To certify an IndiOmeat cafccii 
before c he J uft ices in byre, ando- 
titer JuSkes ^44 c, ^46 c^ H>f 47 


To the Mayor and Sheriflfi of 
Imdm y44£ 

To certify la Outlawry ^4f g, 

^ U^',549«' 

To the Barons ofthc Exchequer, 

Co Ccrid'y a Ut-bc tiue to the Kiog 

N f4^^ 

To a Bi(hop to certify ^^ ma* 

oy Admiflbos to a Church ftnce 

I £4. ^ f47Ai 

To (heCi^^f BfiviMm f47 ^C 

For a Petr of the Kcalm |hac 

b fuing to an Outlawry 547 c\ y 4) 

To tbcEfchcator f49 /f, fso^ 

To certify 1 Record upoo Sf^i^ 

fmAadt <buDd» (bat there nay 

be a Panduit 

^ Cfrttfiratrof tljeXifbofu 

I iRWhat Cafes tif If iii D,E. 
Upon a f1 faiVa Htwrn/eiuU %%% 
The Form of the Biftop's Cer- 
tificate t^^B 
Before the Writ of iJCPmmmi* 
uto Cafitntk can iffuc forth %4o 

UBtftirdy HfQ 

€ntifLcstt fur Sffift, attains 
90^ 1d*ance(b^ (f« 


Where the Writ of Certificate 
upon A&ic fued iia 4^3 • 4^4* '"^ 

Where It ought to be fued 401 
Before whom 406 s, 407 F 
To whom direOed 401 

The Judges (hall have a Pateuc 

40i,4'>4 ^m 
The Form of the l^atcnt aiuLfl 

Cer tifiate 403, 404 ^ 

Whrre the Bailiff pleads 2 

wrong Plea ^ F, 405 C 

Upon new Matter there may be 

a rpcctil Patent ' 4o| d 

Whrre the ReleaTe is left in 

Court after it is pleadeil 406 D 
Upon a Ccrtificite Cued there 

may be a 5i rv« e9me*f and an Kf^ 




The form of the Writ 46)1 
For Serrices to be done tn the 
Church 46$ 

In the Pir, Csi, and Fefi 4^ 
In what Cafcsy and for whom it 1 



lies 4^3 /?! 4^4, 4^f 1 4^^' A ^1> 
46S D, £ 
Lies not between Dower an 1 
Tenant in Tail 464 I 

The Qaanticy of the Services, 
DOT Scilui not traverfablc 464 

f, Q 

Where the Aunt and Niece 
Qkall join, and where not 464 H 

Several Perfons 46/ 

It Jies upon a Ccffer for two 
Years ihid. 

What is a good Plea to it 46)- / 

For Service to be done in the 
Church, and alfo for charitable U- 
fes ^^^ 4^6 

Where Land is given to find E- 
fiovcn, or the fourth Pare of the 
annuiJ Profit, there the Writ will 
lie if there is a Faikr 466 A 

Ic will not lie but where there 
is a Tenure 4^57 


•What it is 

The For in of the Wric 

581 K, L 

In what Court it lies 381 B 
Who fluU be ptinithed 3^} ^, 

What fliall not be Champerty 

'alfc UtinOkZl] not abice it for 
the King 3^3 ^ 

Againft Officers 383 S. 


^jay h^vc Trefpafs for taking 
Ihc Goods of the Church in their 
OfVfl, or Prcdeceffors Time 203 K 

po levy Efcuagc 

187 « 

Where the Writ of Si men mnet 
lies Z|i ^.24rc. 4r4^ 

Vidi Tituht Oyer and Tcmii- 
ner ^4^1 H4i ^4^.246 

To repair a deuyed Wall or 
Bridge 281 js 

To take a Fine 526 (7, 3x7 

To certify the Bilhop's Fealty 


If a Man be diffcifcd of his 
Common, he (hall hive an Ailifc 
(lapd perm'itut lies of Coramoit,! 

272G,273H, L 

An Admeafurcment of Failure 

lies between the Tenants when 

the Common h furcharged 276 B, 

C, 277 £ 

But ifie Lord may dlftcala 176 


But if the Lord furcbarge, the 

Tenants may bring an AlTifc 276 

What Commoners ftiall be Rint- 
ed ilfid* 

Where the Writ Bt ficunda fit- 
ferontrathne lies, &c* 2J9 

Where brought zfg g, 280 

He cannot have a Curk Clsudtn^i 
da jB^C^ 

Where Common is claimed in 
Land of another, he may have hit 
Writ of ^tfs Jare 284 

Where theTenant may improve 
againft the Lord i%^% £ 

Common appendant cannot be 
ufed but with thofe Cattle thac 
Toil the Land 400 5,401 0^402 l( 

But if a Man claim Common 

witbout Number, or for twenty 

CattlCj then it is othcrwiTc 401, 

402 M 

C I Wlig 


Who may claim Commoo of Vi- 
ftnige 401 p, I 

CSinmon of Eftoven muft be to 

rheold Houfei ^t H. 

And hUappurtexiaoc 401 N 

Cenfimli Cafum 
WlKlcitlics 1090, itoF 

Cttigi Iftpitf. 
In what Cafes it moft be, and 
TTic Form of the Writ 379,1^0 

C«if/tf hinmtm FicfAmmiK 

The Form of the Writ 
In what Cafes it lje$ 
Who fti3n have It 
^gamftuliom tc tics 

964 W 

tlio ftvcral Forms of the Writ 

Where to be brought if 6 M 

Wbat it is« ind for what it lies 
ifiO,E.n 2n»2j'5af6 

It lies agaiaft two l^crfons at the 
Icaft If 6 K 

Ic lia not for an Acquittal upon 
an Appeal, except there b an to* 
diflment if* F 

It Hei Dot agabft Baroa ami 
feme becaufc but one Pedbn is6 


The Acccflarf flull have it 2^5 


The Form of the Writ aff 

llpon IndiOment^ before any 
f ho have Gaol Delivery ^f } B 

\l lleth not againft the Injidors 

One fmoA GuUfja and the o- 
ther Noc gfiilty 2f4# I, F 

Lie? not whWe there is an Aft 
of generit Pardon 2 f 4 c? 

Shall recover treble Damagct 

Where there h a Conlpiracf 
againft a Man's Eftite tf f 3 

It lies upon an Indidment for 
Trcfpafs Iff c, 2f6 F 

For forging of Deeds iff O 

For finding a falfe Office or mf 
Land if< Ji 

An Aft ion tipon the Cafe lies 
againft one Pcaon for faJfly indiA* 
ing another if^C 

ConnittafiaiL ■ 

The Form of the Writ f 1 9 £« 

In what Cafes it lies t la N, c, 
11^ FfQjR, 5, A, B, 1 14 P, 115 a, ^ 
115L. itS ^, C, 117 f, G, f#,a 
if,Z,,n8 M^4,UfiJ>^ 1 19 /r^c 

To whom to be dircftcd 1 14 f. 

Where two Confbltittons (haltH 
be granted . 114 ^ 

Lies in all Cafes of Tithes 1 if 

Lies PnSihjCdidMd tiid^ 

In fomcCafesfpiSlaiidef iMJC^ 

Ho Damage to be reoovereii mM 

the Spiritual Court iif K™ 

IHcgtlO'^fh ti6ji 

It lies where a Duty V ' - 

to tbe Church 1 1 ^ 

Lies after an A pfseal 1 1 d I> 
For forbidding thcFiianiohear 

Confeflion 117 ' 

For taking at^d detalniog ani 

thcr Mao's Wife 11 7 /C 


The t A B L,JL 

By wtat Courts to be granted 

The Bndorlenent of the Libel 
M ifS£ 

It oogPIiiot to be granted but 
«rhere a Man cannot recover at 
die Common Law 1 19 if 

For the Parfbn, ParHhioners, 
where irp L|i2o 

Upon a Devife to repair the 
Church, Sfc. 120^ 

To proceed ita fuad de C<dua 
umtnm ib. B 

Sort fmm fuan Ctnfulutionem 
mom^ Sfc. l2rC 

Upon Micavii < if A 


The Form of the Writ 361 B 

y^lketc it lies, and for whom 

361 Bf )<2 

lleProcersinit 9^2 P 

Coparrenerier, Tid.Tit. 


If a Copvholder in ancient De- 
mefne is odfted, what Remedy to 
recover bis Land if B9 26 

AH Copyholders were original- 
ly Villains 26 c 


The Form of the Writ de Cm- 
mU0re Eiigewdi ^64 M 

Where it lies 3*4*365 

By whom to be choren 364 F 
How 10 be (OTcharged 364, 36^ 

May be a Diffeifor 34^ A 

Wbcrc tbey fludltiare ayfe i^- 
JenfiCsfMi 43 If 432 

Where an Abbot and Covent 

aliens, tbeDonoror his Heir may 

bring a Coji^a formam todaticnii 

463 F,y#, 469,470 

It lies for the Donor or his 
Heir only 45p c, D 

The Form of the Writ iL D - 

Cannot porchafe Lands without 
aa M fuoddamfmm 493 ^494 

May brrtig a Writ to be dip 
charged from Payment of TdB, 
Pontage, &>c. 504 £ 

May have a Writ deUbertatibm 
alhidjidh 409, 4<o 


Where the Writ di C^rodh ha- 
bendoVm sio A, ^11 C, J> 

For the King only $10 A^B 

The Form of the Writ fioB 

An Attachment lies for not o- 
lieyingit fii fi 

Upon the ]>eath of the Party 
admitted, die King (ball prefenc 
again 5*12 B 

But in Cafe of a Chaplain it is 
otberwife yn B 

Where it may be granted to fe- 
veral Perfons, and where to but 
one 5*13 c 

The Difference between tlie 
King's Letter, and his Requeft 

What Tenures are not Charge- 
able wfch it $11 F 

A Lilt of the Priories and Ab- 
bi^s that ought to have Corrodies 
andPenfions SHiSiS^S^^ 


The Form of the Writ 

491 /c 


It it i$, nhcTC I tvA fw 

I^ Ht4 ooc betweea Privies f^ 
^^i ^^ 


TheFcmiof thcWfU ^^; » 
par kiccurors }14 F 

AgiinA Execuron i** H 

The fcvcral Natures of Cove- 

Vlicrc the Aftiofi co be laid iz$ 


It cannot be withoat Deed ;2j 

Ci Except in L<rff^<»ii ;2f A 

Lies lor and agataft Executors 

|d what Courts 31; D, ^24 
When to be broo^ht 314 ' 

Eij^ocl ithe 324, $if M 

ijbcreiDoved 32?f3H 

lies for an Affigncc of d Lcf- 

W^icre Covenant of an Infant 
(ha)J bind blm 374 O 


Pit. I^^otjibttuin. ■ 

CmfrrrfF of England* 

VVhere Tenant ftr Courtefir 
lo^^ t. s Pririifge uj-p 

fhiW not be 10 Ward 
dli _, , Life of Tenant fff 

Se mat bring ^ Writ of EC 
„ I ^ * ' * ni M 

' Ir tlun DOC be npon a r^t;ifljuQ 
In Faa 3j2 D 

May bring h!$ fvotf ij difirti^t 

CdirtJ. See in Tit.: 

The Jnrirdtftmn o^c Mar- 
Dulfea Court, andof tAbat Thingii 
Chey ougl^t to bold 1Mra» and of 
whatnot f?;»«**fj7 

Oti €nti Divnthm. 

Tltc Form of the Writ 4j'4 
In «»hat Cafes, and for whom 

itlicf 2f4F,G| l./r»L, jir 

In the F«T» Ciff t and FbA 4$'4 
Tlie Aunt and Niece Qull baire 

it f** L 

OU in fitq. 

In \what Cafes, and for whom tri 
ItCK and \»hete 428, 4^9*4)0 f 

It lies vvhere Che Husband and 
Wife lole by Dcfaolt the Wife's 
Land 349 C 

The Forras of the Writ 42? 

It liet where Lands are loft F 
Default 419 1 

Where there is a Joint-tenaof y 
419^* 430 a»K 

The Aunt and Niece may hat© 
it 4JI n 

Of a Rent ik Q 

Curia Ctaadtaitt 

The Fomt of it %H 

Where to be fued sSa (7,11 
Wbtn» and fiar whom it fic^ 2$% 
« 283S 
It lies not for a Commoner 

How the Coantmoft be aS) i 




7 he TABLE. 


The Form of the Writ 937 D 
The Nature of it, and for whom 

it lies 337S,C,P,£,338,?39 
In v^hat Courts it lies 327 a,£ 
Several Tenants may be fuecl in 

onc^Writ 3?7^i 33^ 

It may be in the Right only 

338 G 

How the Count fluU be i^. G, /. 


When Homage is demanded 

338 L 

The Mire ( )oined n^N. 


9ajBuiiS[e0 ami CoS0* 

IN Replevin, when PlaintifF (hall 
recover Damages and Cofts, amd 
4y hen not 1 5^4 ^» ^» ^ ff ^^ ^ 
Shall be recovered upon a Re- 
caption if8£,i6oB 
Upon a Writ it Sauritate Facts 
178 ji 
Damages are recoverable in a 
Writ of Difccit 217 W> 218 
How to be afltfled when two De- 
linidants fever in pleading, and are 
found guilty upon two feveral In- 
€|ucfti« • • • 236 fi 

damage jfufynt 

What Beafts, and whoPe may be 

diftrained for it if 8 C, iy9 

Vid. m tink Pmtco frMQo 121, 


pJ. in tiiuh Keftnt 223, 224, 


Where a Commoner may di- 
ftrain Damage-feafanc 383 c 

DartiM FrefeBtmenU 

\ For whom, and in what Cafes 
this Writ lies 110/ 

D.cies tiMtum, 

The Form of the Writ 381 

In what Cafes it lies and for 

whom 386 j,Bfi,D,E, 381 F 

Dtdinms PoteJIafem, 

Formerly all Pcrfons ought to 
appear in Perfon, and not by At- 
torney 55- C 

The King may Licence a Man 
to make his Attorney ^5 C, ^6 E,F, 


The Chancellor fhaD make Let- 
ters Patents thereof y6 J, 57 


Plaintiff or Defendant may 
make their Attorney now by War- 
rant 57D,58/,/r,0,P,59 

Where the Judges will refufc 
fuch Attorney y8 £, G, H, I, M* 

By an In&nt» when and how 
to be made n H, /,IC 

For Vouchee 60 F 

Where there is interpleading 
For him in Reveriion ib. T 
For Sheriffs or Efcheators 61 


In what ores, JuiJ vipm what 
DcCittkf the Writ *>f f«^ drfrnt^t 
licf 34^' I47i 34^ 

fn wHit Cafrt it proprrfr lies, 

Urs not in the Spiritual Court, 

but inCafci of Marriiigci orWilU 

540 J 

le lies agamft the Heir or Ett* 

cifonfor not paying Aid fur fsire 

finCkvAhtr^i^fi, 184^, t6^G 

Agiinftthc ShefiiriH>ofi an E- 

flape aoe C, zo<» i65 ^, 168 P 

Ic may be hroughc for 10/ in 

Itooqr* and 10 (Quarters ^f Corn 


It lies npon Arrearages of Ac* 

counts 167 C 

The Form of the Writ of Ocbc^ 

163 «./, J40 C 

In vhatCoorU it may he brought 

^62, 16 \ 

When in the Pr/^f/ only, ami 

«ihcn in the P^^r and Pd/iMf s6) , 

264 A/p P, 26f 

Forrign Plea 16^ I 

Where it isbrottght 3g3inft the 

Heir 264S»C,266f 

Br an Abbot as Eiecuror 164 

Ic Uei agaifift the Ordinart tiH 
Adminiitntif'rj j anted 164 D 

But ir Wtn not tor him 265- £ 

for a Duty to be dor^c beyond 
tbe SdS 26f £ 

U Jici (daring theCoverturc) a* 
ninft Aaron ^od Eeme for the 
Pcbts of tJic Veme ^65 f, 267 C 

It lies againft the Mafter tif 
the Ser?ant*s CotitraO 165 

It lies nocwithftandiflg a 
entry ^ 

Debt open Bond iiea oocf 

Heir» but for the Eseciiton or Ai 
minlftrators 266 1 

It lies for the A ntan of an An- 
nuity 266 £,2670, 268/ 

Where Executori (hall bring 
Debt far Rent 2<7 £ 

It lies upon an Arbimioeot 1 ' 

If a ii^#w fs dtrefied to 

Coftomer of the King, at whaC 
Tiau foever he hath Aflets in hii 
Hands« Ocbi lies thcretipoo aj 
gain ft him 267 r 

It lies not upon ao Annoit 
where it continncs 2^S i 

For BailifFand Recej^cr fof Su 

It lies for an Attorney, 

It lies not where the ContraA J 
diffolvcd si 

It lies for Devifcc of a Rercrfw 
without Attornment s 6t j 

It lies againft Leflce after thi 
Surrender of his Term ^ - 

It lies upon ajodgnient 1^9 1 

Lies between two Pirtnc.s uf 
on a Ptomife fur Eqoalirf 
Partition M9 JTI 

It lies DDon a becoming Pledge,/ 
without Wf jting 17 

It lies not upon a Bond naja 
at feveral OafH tiU aU the Day 
are paft ^yO \ 


Tlic Form of the Writs 

In wba Courts they lie |€ 

7he TABLE. 

Ib what Cares it liei )o6 At 307 

Where a Prohibicion lies in it 

Tor vbat Charters )C7 F, G, 

308 M 

Woe the Heir, in Tail 308 If 

The Heir fluU bring it, thoogh 

^ luth not the Land zdiURJ^ 
JifteraDifleifin 3081 

-Where Bailment pending the 

i^^Ciiofi, is a »)od Caufe ^08 Af 
The Wife (hall hare it after Di- 

fOTce ib. A 

The Writ of r x um fureU lies 
locncQte the Devife or Lands in 
Fee or in Tail, where Lands are 
devibble by Coftom 441 L 

Where Lands or Goods in Luh 
Aiare devilbd 443 tf 

DiimcUafit ixhrtmmu 

What it IS, and where it lies 

The Form of it f58.5'ff»f6o 

.Upon the Death or an Idiot f6o 


It mnft be executed by the ET* 
Aeacor A.A. 

It mnft be Tued out within the 
Year ^61 c 

For the Wife where the Hnf- 
band is outlawed 563 D 


It lieth for the Tenant in a 
Writ of Cuftgrns agaioft the De- 


The Form of the Writ a 1 1 £ 

The Procefs in it 221 o 

In what Cafes it lies 2 1 1 £, 2 1 2, 

2iy, 216,217,318 

Where to be brought 217 I, 


No Ki&> drmk in it 21 1 £ 

For fuing Writs in the Name 

of Attorney without Leave 21 1 £ 

212 i#, 221 fi 

Upon a Forgery 212 S, C9218 (7» 

220 iC 

Againft an Attorney ix Covin 

213 £, 219 /, 227 A 

For perfonating anocher, and 

confefitog the Adion 214^4, 217 

tiyZ20 A^%2lB 

Where a Proteftion is porcha- 
led for one which never was be- 
yond the Seas 214 B 
Againft the SheriflF for a falfe 
Return 215 C» 216 3,217 ^9^ 
It lies for levying a Fine of an^ 
cienc Demefne Lands 2i6^,2i8P, 
C19 £ 
For Baron and Feme 2 16 C, 2 1 8 

For imbezilling a Writ 217 

For not performing a Bargain 

Where a Sammons is returned 

where defaQo there was none 2 16 

B, 2l7P,(r 

Where an Attorney suy plead 
Von fmn 'nformOus 217 / 

It lies opon a Warranty 217 

It lies for iuing a troublefome 

Aftion 218 N 

It lies for the Heir %i%il 

For the Executors 2184. 


Tk T A B L E. 

Fof the Vouchee Ii8 ^ 

Tbc SumoioncfS intl rkJgc^ to 

be examined ii'i C 

l£ Ucs for him fa Rcverfionaid 

0^319 £ 

\t X\t% agalnft the Kliig 1 19 f 

for fatng out Execution with* 

OBt a Summons 219 ff 

It lies 9g2inft an ETchcator 121 


Before the Staevte of the \% B. 
) the Right of the Tithes were 
dcterminetl in the TemporaJ 
CoartSt but that Suiutc hath aU 
tercd the Law 67 F 

For Sheep, Calves, Kine, Milk, 
Gh. how payable, and wbco 1 1 s 

or what Things Tithes (bill be 

Where a Ufurpatjon (hat! not 
Imit the Diflcifee 80 F 

il Corporation may be a Diflei* 
for 946 A 

When an Inrant or Feme ih^U 
DOt be DiflciforB 19$ G 

When a hUn (ball be laid to be 
tDiflciTor it*Q 

The Lord in ancient Demefne 
HOC to dijkain bit Tenant after a 

Although for the King's Debtt 

lies not agalnft Tenant in E>ower 

102 G 

For two DiArefib a Recaption 

tut Aid fiir fiir fn CbnfHh 

Cattle diftrained ooght not 
be impounded in an unknowq 
PUce or foreign Coanty 198 Mt < 


It muft HOC be in the Ktii 
Higiiwav 199 if.; SSI 

Wbai Cattle are not diftrafn* 
able 190 Bf ^86 £ 

Where upon Dlftrdtes a Fnm 
fT4B4 }ics 221, sxxt ai| 

What Thiogi are diftrainable. 
214 £ 

Upon a Diftrefs taken, and a 
Refcous made, fee whit Remedy 

12|, 224,1 If. 12^ 

The Ijord may diftram for Suit 
to his Mill 2711/ 

He may diftraln thofe th^ iut 
charge the Common 276 

For not repairing a Bridge 

on it ^00 Mf 

A Writ of Anmiity wiU 
after a Dtftrefs n^ 

Where upon a Diftrefs by 
Lord, (he Writ of Ii^ner^n 
&iBd §4 Cur Urn C^m. vri Ssr^m, 

Diftrefs muii not be made upofll 
Glebe |Sf 

Where fcvcral Perfons arc to 
do one Service j if the Slier iff di- 
ftrains any one of theOy he may 
have hn Wric of Ikmtrmdt ft§ 
rgia fifrifMt 511 

Diti Afiffumit* 

The Form of the Writ* and for 

whom, and tn what Calicf it lli 


0|th mull be firft made t 




the TABLE: 

[Chancery ySiDjfS/fc 

Securicf to be given that Ihe 
[ marry not without Lxence f 83 

Where Lands arc hol^n of a 
I Sob)-a fS; A 

S^cmay have a Dtdmm to rake 
tlicrOath 5S4C 

Where (he muft bring her Writ 
[oT DovPCT againft the Heir 585- 

TheHcif may^uponSurmirc that 
I too much is aligned for Dower) 
hate a new InquHkion, and the 
iMactcr is re-examined f 8y B 


Tenant in Dower Ihall J>ot be 
Hiftralned for her Hasband'sDebts 
ioaa,?}f 11536 

Tenant in Dower may have a 
\jkQM jlJ mokndinum 272 

What her Quartntim is, and 
[what Remedy for it ^60 R 

She may bringa Writ of E^rheat 
322 M 

The Forms of the Writs Vadt 

Iwihtl h^hft 


Where it lies, and for whom 

In what Courts 330 

Of what fte (hall be endowed 

330, 331 K,/. a:, ?h 

It may be of a Poflreffion In Law 

331 D 

Not of her own Land 333 

Nor when the Eftate is deter- 
[lained io her Husband's Life- time 

It OhaJl be of a Tenancy in Com- 
>»o« 33? ' 

At what Age (be (hall have it 

Upon an Exchange ib. H 

Woecc (he may endow her felf 

as Guardian in Socage 334 H 

Not of a Rcvcrfion (X 4tfftMjM Ps - 

'/* 334 -^1 

For the Wife of the Mcfne 33^ C-^ 
The Heir muft alTign it 334£* 
360 £ 
Where Ibe elopes Ihe (hall lofe 

'^ 334/1 

Where the Husband is attamt- 

^^, . 33S ^ 

Lies not where there was a 

Joint tenancy lb. K 

fa 0/tttfu PHri$^ MdtTk^ & Fra* 

trk sL L, M 

Ad eft turn Csmn^f ad oflium £#• 

cltM ib. M K 

Of Gavelkind Lands ifc 

Free Bench jb, F , 

She may bring a fi^odii dtftm* 

ai 545 B 

Where Ihc may have her Writ 

fro Exonermom Se3d ad Cmt^ Com. 

vtl BarcM, jii 

Tenant in Dower of Capite Land 

mutl not marry without thr King t 

Licence 3^^138^ 

TD^oit Uc IDotocr 

What it IS, where to be fued,anj 
how to be ilireflcd ly £ 

How to be removed, and into ' 
what Courts If E, i5 

When to be brought againft the 
Feoffee 16 F 

When» and how againft Tenane 
in Tail ih. A 

When to be brought in the 
Heir's Court th- F.A^ijB 

How, and where to be brought 
againft the Leflice for Life 17 B 

It lies for Part of her Dower tb* 


If Ihe lofcth her Land by De- 

fault m a Fr^cipff yet {he may have 
thfsWrlt 170 

But if fhe lofcth it by Aftlon 
tried, fhe hath no Remedy but A c- 
taint 18 £ 

This Writ U«s for a Moiety, ac- 
cofdit^g to the Ufagc of Gavel- 
kind i^* K 

What it is» and in what Cafes 
it lies 2? F, 24 Af 

It lies fi>r Common of Pafturc, 
flopping of a Way, e^f* 24H,IM,L 

The Entry of the Writ tb, H 

The Form of it^ and Proceed- 
ings thereupon 24 Nf if 

Proteftacioti to profeeiitc ^4 ^f 


Where the Lord is a Party 26 

E 27 

Voocber or Foreign Plea 39 0^ 


Drill in the dtbti and ^fcl,whcre 

it lies 273 H 

IB^oie tie <15ariie< 

The Forms of the Writ 209 CJ> 
Where it lieth, and fof whom 

308 5, 309 P. H, i 18, 319,320 

Where it may be fued 309 F 

Ic m^y be removed ib. G 

For Guardian in Socage 309 H 


Upon a FeoftEnent by CcilJulioa 

1 V7K 

^ l\ie Wife within Ago Ihall be a 

Ward 31S 

Tlic Woman's Age ik. 

The Jtidgmcht 320 



The Form of the Writ fef 

Und9,rVr 2 6,H, / 

For Land'Rent, and PafTage o* 

ver the River of Thma 3 L 

For a Knight's Fee 3 5 

i2tfr4 dcmtnwi nmipt Curiam 5 ^ 

For what it lies, and by whom 

to be brought i iJ A0,£, 50 £:,D 

To whom to be dirrftcd 1 F, Mf 

It may be brought by feveral 
Tenants 4 P 


It may be brought in the King* 
Courts by the Lord's Licence 5 / 

The Form of the Lictnce f A 

The Form of a Writ to compel 
the Lord ro hold a Court that h^ 
may proceed upon his Writ of 
Right 6 £ 

Where Right is delayed or dc* 
nied, the Party grieved may re» 
mo?c his Plaint by a Tolt 7 F 

When to be removed, by whom, 
and to wliat Courts 6f,7^» 8^, 


Upon joining the Mife a Prohibi- 
tion ]ies» until the Jufttces in Eyre 
come into the County 9 £, F 

How to lay the Seifia In a Writ 
of Right 10 P 

T^}Ott m London OU 

Who may have this Writ, and 
to whom to be dircftcd izB^C^D, 


How to proceed if the Tenant 

Touchcth a Foreigner 13 fi 



7h2t Writs lie In LDndon, and 
b^w to be direQcd 140,^ 

A Recovei y in a real A^on in 
t Common Bench is good^ if the 
^yor 3ad SheriiEdo cot demand 
Rufancc ifD 

fcoit DC IRafimiabili partr, Vid. 
^lit bp tt)r Kationabat fartc. 


I For whom it lies 66 By C, D, 


\ tf^tUoi muft be alledged 66 B 

^ Trill by Grand Affifc 66 C 

Di mditUti AdvccaimH 63 B 

Tender de Demy mirk 

Dum fuit infra at^tim. 


The Form of the Writ 426 U^ I 

Iq what Calcsic lies 426 G, ^ 


The Form of the Writ 449 C 

lo what CafeSy aiKl for whom it 
lies 44$, 45-0 

Where it is a good Plea in 
Debt upon Bond 4^0 

For Che Heir 4^0 B 


THE Form of the Writ 489 
lo what Cafes* and for whom 
itBcs 4^9 i^. 490 /» W, £, C 

What (haQ be recovered in it 

MjfQiUi Cujlcdi£, 

The Form of the Writ 3 1 1440 
What it is, and when it lies } 10 

£,4^9, 440 

Wben for a Guardian in Socage 

;ii C 

What Qui] be recovered in It 


WUt is traverfable in ir44< ^ 

f UtQks de vn Vtfdtf ar d^un Fcjifi. 
Ttoe Form of tbe Writ j66 C 

When it lies, and how to be 
chofen !{66^ 

Where lie may haveaWntof 
Reftitucion * ^66 1> 

De m EvtfqM^ Mst^ Prhr, Qfc. 

How it ftiall be, and by whorn, 
and when 576, 57^ 

The BleOion of Archbifho^ 
and Bifhops, ^f r. 378 A 

Wafte liesagainft him r^o H 
Tenant by Ede^ii may bring M 

Aff.fc J96G, 397 

May have a RedlfTeiUn 421 fi 
The l^orm of an Kkin Upon a 

Recognifance ' stSB 

In what Cafes it lies, and upi^n 

what grounded s^% B 

When the Year and Day li paft^ 

there muft be a Siirc fuim before 

tiigit sH c 

Fxecutorscansot Cue CKit an S^ 

lUit wUhouc 1 Sunfscigs 



K Oeties isntum ipriH lie agstnft 
What be is sSofi 

-Lies agimft him that ukcs the 

Goods and Unrli of a Peifon pro- 

udcd by the King 2C} 0, io4 

K/ir fi 7i«/p Oyer and Tcrmi- 

nrr 14; 

Tor HOC repairing a Brid|ic or 
WaO, ftFf, 2Si£,28iG 

An Endlfinnenc lief aga'mft for- 
cibte Entry into Laod« which a 
M4a bath a Title to ffi H 

If he Commit Fclouy at four* 
teen Years of Age, he (hall tic 
hangrd 449 £> 

He fllit? fue ^r ^ruhein ^mie^ 
but defend frr Gtt^dUn only 

f 9 H 

Shall not remove hti Guardian 

But by Writ he may yj M 

Oushc to pretent within fix 
Month* 76 r 

Where be (baU be ouftcd by 
UfitrpatJOf] 68 M 

May bring his Ab£ia OgtrtU 
irpoQ 2 Statute acknowledged by 
mm 230 A^ 

Ma? bring an Account againA 
Oiiardiaa In Socage %6q A. B, 

^ if7 « 

/l|cot)7it win not lie againft him 

4 16% D 

Shall be in Ward, though 
ried 518^,5 

An Iirfint n twelve Yean 
fhilj be bound by Co ena 
fc/ve in Haihamlry j 

Hit Command to enter,, 
rot make him Diffcifor | 

Where he (h^II h^c a Di 
ftijt ikfrd^Mum 4X6427 /f , i 

What Afts done un4er A| 
ivoidablei and what not 4 

J^ji/rr W CmKnwnem ttgrm 

Where this Wf it \h% an 
whcm 109 £>, iC) F/4 

EntTi U Termmm ftii frdta 

The Form of It 

In what Cafes, and for % 

ItWci 446,447,4*8*4 

In the Ptr^ CMtf aiid ^^4^ 

The Aunt and Niece 
In it 


The Form of the Writ 44 

In what Cafes and for whi 
lies ^6i| 

It may be in the Ffr» Csi^ 
Ptfi 4^ 

Emn in It Q^ihi^ 

The Form of the Writ 41 

In what Cafes it fiet m 

a,E,F, 4afO»H«r,K; 

CouBt^ fiow it (hail be 4] 




rht TABL B. 

tor i Corporation 424 F 

Where the Entry in h P$ft lies 

425 C 


Entri in Cafa Provifi. 

The Form of the Writ 4}^, 


In what Cafes it lies, and for 

wl\ooi 45^,457,458 

in the Ptr, Cut and P$ft 456 M 

. Where the Aunt and Niece 

may join in ic 458!^ 

EMtre in Cmpmili C0fii, 

The Form of the Writ 4^8, 


In what Cafes, and for whom 

It lies 458, 45(i, 4^0, 488 G 

When It lies, and where 44 D, 
47, «:,t;M,N, 48^, 54 0> 5 5 B 
, The Proceedings, and afligning 
Errors upon it 44 £, 44 <7, ^s^^ B 
, The Record ic fcif muft be re- 
moved 44 F 

^^ itrsm nfoiii tefidit 44 G 

If Tenant for Li(fe lofe by Oe- 
faulty he in fteverfion {dall have 
this Writ . 45 ^ 

Diminution certified upon a 
Writ of Error 54 A, B 

. Error in law, how to be af- 
£gned 45 D 

J Where the Tenant adniits the 
Writ to be good, he iball not take 
Advantage of it in Error 46 fi 

Error maU not be affigned for 

S Thing wtech was for a Man^ 
vantage ^ 46 F 

Upon a Judgment in the Conn-» 
iy Palatine of Durbsm 46 G 

h &$ againft the Kingi and 

the Proceeding upon it 46 H 

For a Fault in the Procefs in 
the King's Bench, or Common 
Bench 47 / 

It lies for an Executor or Ad- 
minifirator 47 V 

Upon a Bill of Exceptions 47^ 
. Upon a Judgment in Ireland, 
where to be brought 48 £, 5 3 8 

For making an Attorney, where 
it ought not 48 D 

Upon an Affife in the Country 

Wrjt of Efcheat remmable out 
of Lmdtn into the King's Bcncht 


(S&ape. Vide tltttlo ^IjeriS^ 

The Form of the Writ 3 2 1 £,F 
In what Cafes, and for whoo^ 

It lies 12o,3f2i H, 312 M 

In what Cafes it will not lie, 

but only in Intruf^oi^ 320^ 

It licth againft the bilTeiror 

421 c,o 

The King Ihall have it in Lo». 

Jon 321 G, 312 Af 

ta what Courts 321 G 

For the Lands of a Felon 32 1 H 
It lies not after Homage accept^ 

cd 3^1 


May make an Attorney td 

make their Proffers 6i V 

May h^ve an under Efcbeator 

221 C 

The Writ Di Rgflittttimi Ttmft^ 
r§lium^ muft be direfted to him 

^ 37<5i 


The f€?eri1 Sorrs of the Writs, 
and tbeir feveraJ Ninirei 1 1 $U,X, 

DfrrfM to the ShcrtiF Xi}S 
OfKartf I|<Sr 

It lies wberc Dioitgei are to 
be tcccvctcd 135 ^ 

The Writ CO the ShenfF $15 A 

►^ 1 Who may Cuel^^^ ^' ns ? 

I *^^lf Jics in an Ainifc and rcil 

Aftions 136 C 

It lies in a Writ of Right i )^ £ 

Who (hall be punlfhcd for it, 

•od *bcn 155 G, W» ij7lf 

It Itcs Dpnn a 5<tf# fsiiat 1 37 f 

Upon a Writ of Waflc 137^ 

Upon an Acrjiar <|T0 

Upon a Jurk Vtrmm %'\'xP^S^ 

Between VcrdiO indJlK^gnienr, 

iAd before Execution 1 57 N, K, 

Wberc chii Writ 11 to be fued 

When to b^ fued out 5^3 ^ 

The Form of it 59^ D 

The Fofin of the Wiie com- 

loandiog (be Sheriff to iiopapel a 

Jury 5^9 

munic^uo CaptmOP« 

Not to be iffaed fof th until a 
Certificate made by the BUbop 
into ChincTTy 140 N 

Or thf Vic*f General 1^. 

A iter Saxi)fA&ton and Ccrtifi^ 

Cite midc, then this Writ (hall 

forth to ibfolvc hmi i^o ^^ 

Execotion of a Writ of Dlf- 
ccit *i5 *# ^/^ 

When a Recovery is in an hi- 
fcfiour Jurtfdiaion, the Party 
may remove the Record m tbo 
King's Bench, and have Eiccucion 
upon it J4J ^» 5i^i 538 fi 

(fyecution fur ft^ratiitf^apcr:? 

The Miyor ought to certify it 

Into Chanceryp tinder bis Seit 

if be fcfafcth, how com(iella* 

blc ih. 

How to be certified ^90 I, / 
For Executors 190 H 

The Form of the Writ of Eie- 

corion 390 

Where retornable 190 tf 

Lies before all the Days ars 

paiV ^90 I 

The Form of a Writ igatofl • 

Clerk 1^. 

The Form of the Eiectscioa 
391 1> 

What the Sheriff miy do upon 
it S91 

The Liberate upon it a^ 

aro a (roufift>::|baIafinf. 

Wbcrci and in what Cafes i€ 

tici i5ri ^f 391 

The Form of the Writ api 

Certificate into Ch J ncery 29 
Upon the Removal of 
Chancellor ^93 

sJiptm a Srtoisntfjnrt in ft}e 
^rounfp before tt^ ^Ijrrtff * 

Where it lies 394 

The Form rf the Writ i>* 

When the Rccognixince to bj 

made 39. 


upon It 

In what Cafes it lici 



"Attichment for not doing Ejf- 
ccmioa ^9^ S 

Excrpc the Recognizor deny 
the Debt ik, 

A Prifoncr in Execution iniift 
be jJlowed Eread and Witer ikX 

ExitMtk Judicii, 

The Form of the Writ 45 C 

Where it lic^, and ni whar Ca. 

re« 4, ^, 43 B 

To whom to be dIrcScd 41 B 

<f jrrfUfo;^ anD 3itminillrato;0* 

Where they may bring their 
Writ of Trefpjfs 193 E, to^ M 

An A^^Ion of Account lies not 
«gain{l Executors t f 7 C 

They miy bring Debt for Ar- 
fttrs of Annuity in Fee ^66 L 

When ihcy may hring Debt for 
Rent ^6^ B 

May have Exccation upon a 
Statute ^90 B 

May bring a Writ of Covenant 
313 D, 3i4F 

A C<r*i>rjfilicf to fhcni to cer- 
tify thcConufancc of a Fine 318 B 

E]:ccutors in Londm compdla* 
U€ to bring In the Will 444 

B Ex gr^vi Sifter tU, 

H The Form of the Writ 441 
H ^ What it is and in what Cafes it 
■ lies 441,443,443,444,445,446 


\ W far the Wor d^t dedi & 
_ cmajft in Deeds fliall make 
a Warranty 398 H 

f^^^x 31iiDgnttnf . 
te lies upon judgment gtveti in 

a Writ of Jligbt clofe ajf if 

The Form of the Writ ^o B 

In whit Cafes it lies 40 /, /#, O 

41 F, 4iH,/,ilf, t 

Copyholder (half not have it 

upon a Judgment given agatnii 

biiii ^ 19 ^t 4^ 

D 1 te 


To whom to be direQed 441 C 
The Count upon it 1*, C 

to fartt UUi. 

The Forms of it ^ 187 <?,»,! 

For whom, and in what Cifci 
it lies 1B6 F 

Where returnable 187H, 288^ 

Where upon putting in of 
Sureties 287 /» 288^ 

(ZtXQi in London* 

From what Court it comes,ind 

in what Court and Cafes it lies ■ 

49 N. 5 1 £, 51 G -■ 

To whom to be dircfted S^^fi 

The Form of the Writ #i. C 

A SuftrfedtMf thereupon to the 

Sheriff 5 1 

Si n&n mnn in the Commifljoix 

51 £,52 

A Writ to hinder the Patty 

from removiog hii Goods 53 S 

Fr$ RnmtrMthne StBji mi Curum 

The Form of the Writ ind 

where it lies 352^Bj53>5y4.H5 

To whom CO be dtre&cd 354 

Attachment lies againft the 

Lord for proceeding after iC 




k will not He but where tbete fined and imprifoncd t^i , 941 

Soitois 40 When chc Dcf<:ndint pkidsNiM 

The Procecdingt opoa it 41 £ tp FsBum, ind ic if found «giiniV 

Fyr Ditoa and Feme 41 H him^ be Ihitl be fioed a68 F 

The flew cIcftTd Bifhop, d^r, 
muft do Fcilry to the ICing for 
bis Bifliopfick 37^ ^^ 37^ 

When to be ccrtificd,itjd where 
378 BC 

It is not recoverable in i Of*- 

When to bring his Writ of 
Right *0,C,D 

The Feoffor fl»tn keep the 

Chirtei^ ^ 3070. 50S/ 

By la Idiotf or Nfiv /«i7# mtm^rj 



Forms of the Wrifi of Covc- 

HUIC CO levy Fines %i6 F^ yty* 

The Form of 1 Didimm to lake 

i Fine 326G 

For 4 Judge of the Iving*fBench 

For fcverat Writs of Covenant 


How to be levied for him in 

Reverfinn 1^* 

^d Jmrii cUmst^ per ifitd fit* 

mitim 327, 31S 

A drtinari lief to certify the 

Connrince 318 d 

A Fine for Lands m C«f*r# 


jfints It IRtJf* 

Upon the Writ ds SttwriiaU Fs* 

§it 178 >f 

What Fines are paid upon 

luing out of Witts 2 1 2 

Tlie Jaiors in Attttnt (baH be 

jfoxtble €ntTp. 

What it If, and where the WrJt 

lief 5foC>D, jyi B,C 

Who only can hive it f ft £ 

The Form of the Writ, 551/; 

It lies not where a Mm hatli tj 
Tirle f5i 

What ftill be recovered in i^ 

What Ibill be a good Ftea 1^ 0* 
Where the Defcadint IhaJI paf 
treble Damages »i. 

jfo^imcDcn ill jKrtjtrrrr* 

Where it lies jioA, 487 £,^^ 

4S8 G.^.B, 489 
Where the Lord fKiU have i; 

418 a 
The Form of the Writ 487£,F, 

In the Count the Elplees mofl 

be laid in the Donor and Donee 

489 C 

Where the eldell Son is to b« 
inentioncd, although he wti not 
feifcd ^ 489 D 

Where he is not to be mei 
Cioned 489 

ifo;mft»on in ^rfcr n&cr* 

Where the Heir rhall brtng 

upon an AUenation by the HnC*' 

bind of hif Mother 428 1^ 

In what Cafes, and for whom 

klies 47i*47^473i474t47f 

For the Heir of a Parcener or 

T<?nant in Gavelkind 476 B 

Of what»ind igainfl whom it lies 

47it,^,8 47S,47i,»^. 4«*5 



The Form of iht Writ, and 
kow die Heirs in Tiil irc to be 
filmed in tC ^7t D, 473/^,8,0; 
Willi the Pedigree 474 D,E,F,QyH, 

475 /, ^f 478 fi. 479 
For the Hctr of a Parcener, or 

Gavelkind Tenant 476 B 

The Aunt and Ntecc may join 

in it 474 A 

The Grantee of the Rcverfion 

Kiyhavejt 475^ 

Where it lies for the Heir oft 
»pirccner and Tenant in Gavel- 
kind 476 B, 477, 478 

The Form of the Writ 47^.477 
Tho Formed on in Deicendcr, 

called Injimui ttnmf, fee in tit. In* 

Jimui ttnmt 

5fo;ett0 atiD CfttifCi^* 
When and by whom the Ver* 
derors are chofcn 3^^ 

For whom, and where it lies 
iSC 18,19 
Proteftation to file in the Na- 
ture of what Writ he will 1 5 C 

tcSaro* Sec tit. ^LifaetT. 
ANE in Wird to the King 
y (hill not during his Ward- 
p do Suit and Service to any 
<l5uatDian m ftocase* 

May grant the Wardfhip over 

to a Stringer 3 \g 

May have a Or^it dt Gsrd 309 

H, 310 

Account lies again ft him in B* 

L ado A, B 

The Writ of i^ttfir Mt lies be- 
twiacc Coheirs in Gavelkind 43 7 C 

A Writ oihtrtitAHnceft^r doth 
not He between them becaofc of 
the Privity 43^^ 

Where the Writ of Inftmul tt* 
wmif lies upon an Alienacion made 
by one of them 48 o, 481,482 

<Satranti> uc Chatters, Sec tit. 
<I5arrann» m 3^ut* See tit. 

iVarrsntsa dit»\ 

<S}}mt0^ Vide tit. j^aifje?* 
(25^<int0 Ic 3Sop, 

How the King muft grant an 
Annuity, othcrwifc it is votd34iL 

The Grant of aStcward(htp597 

The King's Covenant by la- 
denture upon borrowing of Mo- 
ney ik. 

Grant of the next Avoidance 
597, 598 

A Grant of a Pcnfion to a Chap- 
lain qu»ufqu«, &c. 59) A 

A Grant of a Pardon to the 
King's Encmic« if B 

The Psffon is not to be di- 
drained upon his Glebe, or in 
the Highway lB6, 387 


Ebc liffs againft a Man as 

Heir 2^4 B, C, z66 1 

Bat Debt upon Bond^ as Heir, 

will not lie %66 f 

Where the Heir {hall bring 

Debt <*. M 

Where he Ihajl bring his Si«tod 

The TA B 

Where be mutt 

ij6 A 

icqctt the 

Icfint yoi T 

Wh'?^ file Hf'r trtTiU Ihill 

- ■ ::8r/ 

Wi whtre he i))in be in 

^iid icr frnm ff/ 309 tn pa 

Where ch»f gcibic in a Writ of 
Annuity, ind where not H^ ^ 

Daring his Wardfliip he fliiU 
oc do Miic md Service to my 

Where he flull bivc his Sur Qui 

Where he fhill hive his hUrt 

The 1 f eir of one of N^nfmn mi- 
wry^ miy hive hi* Writ of Dum 
Ptfif fnU €9mp9t memtii 4 « o T 

Mty hivc hji $itr m smtitv^- 

May hive a Csufs wuurimmi 
fF^hewti 4J5C 

M*y have i Writ of fitrr* m 
90f^privifi 457^ 

Miy hive 1 Wrrt of gmn in 
nnfmtU €*Jk 4^0 B, D, 4^1 F 

Where he (htU kivc » Wric of 
r «^ ntvnnoi/m t<{ri0 46 1 ^, 

Shttl have a Writ oiCmtrs /»f- 
WM9 idlMthnit 469, 470 

Where he (hall hiVe his For* 
rordon in Dcfccndcr 471 

Whf f€ the Heir in Tail fbiU 

be liable co pay the King*f Debt 


Where thii Writ \m, and in 

vhar Cafes 594 B 

* Tbe Form of it %k 

Upon whic CoOfiQjoo, tod] 
before whom 195 0| 

IhfMMie, tS HamMgU rtff$Bi§smd§k 

Homage Auncenrel dock of il 
Ctlf imply A Wirrinty 197 

Acccprincc of Homtge 1$ 
good Bar ro a Wricof Elchrat |i| 

It il recover ible in a Writ of 
Cuftoms and Servicei 1 V8 1 

It is not recoverable upco t 
CiftV9t 4df i 

Where the Wf ir di Bmmgm ri- 
fftSuMndi Itei 56} ^, 194 A 

The Porm of it il. 

Where it muft be dofi« by » 
Woman f 69 f 

fhmim RtfUgisnd^, 

What it if| who may have if, 
and when 14^ i? ' 

The Forms of the Writ a*. 11 

Where the Party b claimed ro 
be a Villiin 1^9, t$i F^G, B 

So if the Defendant cJaim the 
PUintiff for hi* Wifd 149 

To the ConftaWe of lb« Cii«pif 
Pwfi i^ A 

To the Keepers of a Forefl 
m6 g 

Offences in the Forcft ih B, 

To a Park wiihin a Forcft I*. S 
Recognizince, how long to 
continue 151^ 

Upon an Efloiner retomcd by 
rhc Sheriff, a C^fist in $9^ilkifm0m 
flwH iffuc fcijth to rake the D^ 
fcndant*! Body, aftboagh a Peer, 
and upon a K#tf #/ invtmrn a C^ 
fi0i agatull bis Goods 151 C, i$% 


The 7 A 


WHit Pcrfon (hall be taken 
to be sn Idiot fJpS 

fn whit Ofcs che Writ dt idi9tm 
iwfuinnd^ lies P 7 >f 

The Form of the Writ, and to 
whom direfted y 1 7 B, siB A 

The Idiot miy, after Inquid- 
tton found, hive a Writ to come 
into Chancery, or before his M** 
jefljr in Council, where the Buft- 
ncu (hill be rc-ex»mincd. The 
Heir of in idiot, if he be of full 
Age, may fuc out Livery $6j D 
IdfmftiiMtt mminis, 

Ifi whic Cafcf, and for whom 
It lies 5pi E 

The Form of It . th. 

To the Sheriff and Efcheator il. 

To the Barons of the Exche* 
qucf y^i 4 

To whom to be direftc J ^93 b 

It lies where the Proccfs is up- 
on in Indt£Vmcric 593 c 

Where the Writ of Trefpafi 
md falfe loiprifonment lies, and 
the Form of it ipa nr 

Whit It is^wherc it ]ief,and for 
whom 66 E, SjF.Gf tooB, roi£,D 

The Form of > Writ of JmlU, 

It mod be fued before Judg* 
went given ih. 

If lies not until iLibel exhibited 
in the Spiritual Court, Cc, li. D, 

For what it lies U, o, 

InduClioD is a Temporil A£V 
106 H. 
pfftmul titmit. 

The Form of the Writ 480^. 

In what Cifci. aftd for whom it 

B LB. 

Upon whit 

Alienitionf 49r 
How the Count (hall be 481 if 

3 iitrufioti DC <3arD* 

The Form of the Wnf 311 B 

What it J5, and where it liet 


It Ijesagiinft the Heir 314 D^fi 


Where it lies for the Lord up- 
on an Efcheu 3108, )2i 

Where ic licf, in what CafeJ, 
and for whom 451 £, F, 452,453 

The fcvcral Forms iK 

Aunt and Niece may join in it 

lief ooV for him that hath 
i\\z Fcc.fimple 453 1> 

3^icmtnianr0 anD ITaiantM in 

* Cinnot have a fiw^r* Jrfipdff 
JgiinO each other 16 F 

Wido lies bt:twix(Teninrs in 
Common lyi B 

Where one Tenant in Com- 
mon may bring Tfefpifs againft 
the other 303 H 

One Merchant may bring an 

Aceompt againft hiv Companion 

s$g D, £p 261 G 

AWrit diRff^rMtttitfscnitd.liU 
between them where they do not 
agree to repair 28t,a8i»3<^' ^ 

The Wife of a Tenant in Com- 
mon (ball be endaw^cd 3 J3 / 

But the Wife of i Jointentnt 
ftiiU not 335 ^ 

How they Ihill do Suit and 
Service . i^6D, ^61 

Where the Writ of Contribu- 
tion for Repairs lies between 
them 58»i ^82,361 B 

Where they purchafe of rht 

King by Licence, the other ftiafi 

have tn Ottfltr it main f7<^ • 

D 4 3OU* 



It Iks in la Airtfe of S}Bmim 
ftrifinifnfnt 70 C 

Klufftrc m l&Wff. 
Miy commie V*gr*iits to Pri- 
fon 374^ 

JtsJgmefir in Atuint ii7 H, 
141 L 

Thc Form of 1 Juftlclci in 
Accouf)^ t$lC, a$B 

In Debt in the County- Court 

HftBs sd Mitmdfttum 771 A 
In pr«if «^# Otff^ 3^9 ^ 

In Diiwcf XTmdt mhil bshn ^ |a 
Ifi ft Wiit of Cuftoms ind Scr. 
vicci 537fl 

In 1 Writ of Annuiry 3 ] ^ 

Jufi/ ZTtrmm, 
For whom ind in whiC Cifet ic 

lic5. ind ivbcn 109 ll,^fl»C.D,S 
A Pjffon Of Vicir miy hive it 

jgiinft iholc which iic TcvcrAl 

Tcnintf fio*f 

The Form of It '^ '^ 

Two Prcbcndif les ni>y luvc it 
fti O. 4)1 L 
Where there trc Moictiti <1.F 
Upon AUtoition with Wir- 

ranry '^* /• 

For the VJcir agilnA the Pif- 

fon for the Glebe il B, £ 

Bir by Judgment by Drfiult 


Recovery ^^ dfsvit no B*r 

For the Chipel of a Chioniry 

How to be ntmed in the Writ 

Where the Jury to be tafcett^fl 
ind whu to enquire of iii/t," 


MAV be in in In£int and 
Feme Covert 76 7 

%i.^U. Vide tie |&?rftnfTnenf» 
If Ihfiors or Frmc Covrrrs do 
not pfcfcnt Within fix Month ^ 
thf re will be • Lipfe 76 T 

Upon 1 ReJlgnitioa it citir^ot 
be ootrl Notice 78 If 

Or Qpon Refufilfof Non-«bi» 

!Laboiirer0. ' 

The Forms of the Writs upon 

the Statute of Libourecs 171 B^ 

In whit Cifef It 1ief« and for 

whom j7aB, 37|C, I7f,|7f 
He thit fcrvcs in the Winter 

pufl fcjve in the Summer 374 ^ 

Who miy be lettined Servijitt 

Whit Reraineri ire good ic- 
cording to the Stirute |7$f,%jr 

Who Ihill be coniptTlcd IQ 
Crr\-c li. I 

Whit ire good Cjufef of De* 
parture t$. L^^ 

ltaft0, ?Lcffo;, tfffft- 

Whic Remedy the Leffec hit 
to recover his loA PolTcdiOn 4; 

44«>i 44 
Where the Leflbr Oull bi«i 
bb Ad tirmimm jm frdttntt 44 


The Form of the Writ todif. 

chirge 1 Mm from coming out 

of etjc Lcct into inoUicr 5 ^7 





7hi TABLE. 

Atuebment fies tgitnft the 
[ptrty that dift fains after it 3 j8 

\Vho are not compellable ro 
Icome 358 C, )J9fi*C 

How ofcen cotnpclUblc |6o 

LtfrpfQ smtvimli. 

What ic if, and where ic lies 

fio D, 531 

The Form of the Writ yioE 

For what Lepers only ic lies 

Ltvsri fsttst. 
The Form of it, and Jo what 
[jCafesitnes s8d 

When it ought to be fiied 587 


A Si cut slf4f liv^ifflCtMSj whcic 

\ h Iks tk H 

Direfied to the Blffiopsagainil 

t fpiritua] Pefrfon iB, J 

To the Sheri|f where he hath 

purchafed ^ands 55^^ 

LihtrtMte pro hands. 

The Form of the War 172,177 

Upon what ic lies, and how t^ 

I count thereupon <73^ 

Where to enter his Plaint ih A 

It mud be removed b^^fore the 

iJufViccs ^ 173^,5, I74£ 

Two may join in it 174C, 17^ 

Where he (hall be infranchifcd 

r 74 F,G, I7f A >7^ 

Abitcment of the Writ J 7 f H 

The Procefs li.N 

The Form of the Writ to bring 

the King's VilUins back to his 

Manor ' 175, 177 £ 

Lihrf 4(1^0 MlUeaniih. 

Wbat ic is, and where it Iks, 

\ Bn^ for U'hom 1 09 s 

The Form of fhe Writ 509 

May be fucd to ibc Jufliccs of 

the Foreil fi^ 

It lies for a Corporatton yc^, 

f IP 

The Heir Iball have hfs Livery 
as Well upon a Cr>mmiinon, as 4 
Diem ehufit ntrtwum ^6z 

Before Livery the Htir fhaJI 
have a Writ to the Efchcator to 
prove his Age ikE 

The FoiinoftC i>. 

Where the Ward dies, and his 
IFcrr is within Age ^6$ £ 

The Form of jc ih. 

Where the Heir of the King'f 
Tenant in Socage ought to fue 
out his Livery 578,579, $66 C 

For the Heir of an Idiot 5^70 

How, and when the Heir fKalt 
fue out hfs Livery 5^8 £, j8o C 

Thac Coparcener which firft 
comes of Age Ihall fue out Livery 


Where the Hear fliall be in 
Ward to the King and a Subjeft 
at one Time ik* B 

Where Li'viryfojl moritm PMris 
Cj'Afam/ lies, and for whom 570/ 

The Form of it, and to whona 
dlrcftcJ iK 

The Form of the Writ of Li- 
very after the Dcith of Teninc 
perliC9Mrttps Sl^ A, S7t*^7B 

For whom, and in what Cafet 
it lies J7o.f7r 

The Form of the Writ of Li- 
very after the Death of Tenant in 
Dower f 7a B 

After the Death of Tenant ia 
Tail, and far Life ^ ik. 

For the Heir in Tail $7^ A 

For Lands by Petit Serjeant/ 

For the Aunt and the Niece to 
mike PartJtiw 574^ 



To mAt void i former Livery 

A Writ of Li very mi Pinitton 
to I be Elcheiror upon a Pirtittofi 
iDiic in tbe Chaoctry f 7^ 

After tlie Dcarb of TcninC by 
Ac Coartcfy J7IB 

Tie r A B L E 

For the Linds in Socige 

When! Wills midc by 1 Ctti 
rcn of Lmdmt fliiJl be pf^v< 

A Wnt to compel the Ex 
Cors to brfng them in 

BAH mud be put irt, Body for 
Body, upon altowing an 

It may be put in for hltn that 
focf >n Amint 134 

Wh«rc the Dcmtndtnc in an 
Aflir<£ muiV find Suretiet 39^. 196 

Wbicthe Writof Miinpiifcif, 
tnd where it liei 5S}^p $H^ 

Th-j Form of it f f j 

Where aPctfon of good Fame U 
tceufed by in Approver f ^f 0, £ 

For the Acccirofy, until the 
Pnrtclplkl is convi^^d li. £ 

Whccc a Felon i* in Cuftf^dy by 
the King's Commiilion, he (hall 
baVc it upon purciog in B*il In 
Qiioccryp Body for Body il P 

Upon an Indtf^ment before Jo- 

Slces of ibc Peace 55 ( <?» H« A Jt 

SS^C fS7 '^ 

It ticf upero tn Appeal of Rob- 
bery S0^ 

What PerfoflS are not batlabtc 
5568, ^57 M. £ 

For the Conusor of a Sfatutc* 
Merchant whe;e the Money is 
paid 5570 

It lief not where • Peifon is 
condemned to an AQion ik B 

Two Juftlccs of the Peace may 
Bail 1 FcJon 1** f 

The Mirfhal of the King's 
Hoolbold cannot Bail bis crimi^ 
fill Pf ifoneri ik I 


The Form of the Writ $€t 

It lies where the King'fTcniot 

in Csfifi dies, and no Writ ii a- 

warded igainfl the Heir wirhta] 

one Year after his Death i$ ij 


The Jorifdiaion of tlic Mar- 
(baFs Court, and what AQions' 
only, and againft whom are de* I 
terminable there jjf ^C 

A Prohibition to it f j5 

Where fhc Plea is difcontinocd 
by the King's Rcmovtf iA, H , 

Atfirming the Jarifdi&ion of] 
that Court (halJ be no Efioppd 

SBaflrr am ^ttbant. 

Where the Servant il diOttrWn 
and the Maftcr Ihall bring i& 
A£^ion io»^ 

Where Cartle are reftrtj'd froo 
the Servantjthe Matter (hall brin 
the A^lion ^ 511 £, £3f] 

Acctiunt lies not agatnft tt 
Apprentice, but it lies againft i 
Servant i6i D 

Where the Servant*! Contaft 
(hall bind 'he Mailer iS$ Q 

Tbc Puntfhment of the Sd^ 
vant, that waU not fervc bis 
fter 369 B, 17^.11. 

See the Expo/ttton and Wii| 
upon tbc Stature of La boor 


What Covenants ihall bind In- 
lijits and other Servants 374^>£ 
1 What is a good Caofe of De- 
Ipartore for the Servant 375^^ 

MiUm Inqmrtnd, 
In what Cafes, and for whom 
it lies S^S ^ 

The Form of it ib,A 

The Form of the Writ 301N 

Only one Efcuage (hall be paid 

&r Lord, Mefne and Tenant 

The Procefs in it 30^ A, B 

For whom it lies, and in what 

Cafes 300 M, 301 N,A,Bfi,D, 30a, 

In what Courts 301 N 

It may be removed ih. A 

The Caafesof Acqtiittal 301^, 
B,C,D, 302 F, 303 r 
Where he ihall not recover 
Damages 302 £ 

Where Damages (hall be reco- 
vered ih\ H 
Where agatoft him in Rever- 
fion 302 G, 303 M 
What is a good Bar in it 30a 

It lies for Husband and Wife 

a. I 
Againft the Heir li. L 

For the Tenant 303 M 

Where a Difiring, sd 0cquitt0Hm 
iMilies ik.R,S,y 

Forejudger 303 i^, 304^^,3 

Who (hall have th^ Ward(hip 
of the Mefne 310 iC 

ModiTMtM MifiticvrdU, 

The Form of the Writ 167 A 


What it is, again(V whom it lies, 

in what Cafes, and our of what 

Court it iflTucs 167 A,BjC, 170 B 

The Amercement muft be af- 

fbered 168 G, 1^9 K, 120 D 

Why MiftricfrdtM i6SH,i6^K 

Where divers Defendants i63I, 

G, j6gK 

Eftreats 16^ K, A 


The Form of it .3'G 

In Account ' 259 H 

The Nature of ir, in what 

Cafes, and where it lies 30 D,E, 

31'; 3^^ 

It lies in Account 259 H 

The Lord not to diftraxn after 

tMmpTMVtnmt 32B, C 

Count upon the Monftrsvtnntt 


There muft be Certificate of it 

out of Domefday Book 3 5 C, D 

The Form of theCertificate ih.C 


Lands cannot be alienated in 
Mortmain without a Writ of ^i 
quiddsmffmrn 493,494 

In what Cafes there may be 
Alienations in Mortmain, and 
where not, and the Manner there, 
of ^ 493, 494» 495, 49<5 

l^MtiVQ hshind: 

THE Form of the Writiyafi 
Where it lies, and for 
whom 171 -^,B 

The Writ Di UiirUte fr$imidM 

is a SnptrfidtMf to this Writ 1720 
What the Sheriff may do up- 
on this Writ 171 
Ni sdmittm. 
The Form of ic 83 G 

The TA B L E. 

Whit it is, ind where ic lies, 

and for whom %}F^ H 

It lies as well for the Defendant 

risthe PJaintijfF ^b.H 

The Writ igainflN^ sdmitus 8 ^ 

4ftcBa^**^^ ^^^ JflRrniatibe* 
Wkncffcs cinooc prove a Me- ' 
gnive 2^$ 

Iff iR|;tfj7« t/#Jr#f « 
The Form of th« Writ 1 1 F 
In what Cafe ic Jiei, and where 

It is always Aunceftrel 12 G 
The Count upon it ik H 

The Defendant's Defence and 
Count i^. 

The Mife fhall be joined in ic 

An Attaint lies ^pon It ^n^, 

Where it (hall be granted in i 
Certificate /nf Jjfzt 407 H 

Not to be granted where the 
King is 1 Party, without a War- 
ranc from hicnfelf or his Attorney 

Upon IDTues joined tn the King^s 

Bench and Commoo Pleas S3 4^ 

They mud have in Affociatc 

Nollt prsfiquL 
Nonfuit after Appearance in 
Attaint is ^eremftorit 138 D 

Ksn ponend. in A0fis & Jurstk, 
The Forms of the Writ 368. 

In what Cafes it lies, and for 
whom 3<S8 /# 

By whom it may be fued 36S j 
C, ^6^D,EyJ, 37oB,37»( 

Who arc not to t^e returned^ 
upon Juries 373 


It is 

a good Bar In Artainc 

137 a 
Nupir that. 
Where it Ucs jj^G, 437, 43St 

The Form of the Writ 437 
tfm^ttnun (hall nor abate fi. £> 
The Aunt and Niece fhall not 

join in it 439 iC>' 

Voucher ifid View doth not 

lie in it 

iftufaiKe. Vide aflife m iRits^ 

A Proclamation againft Nu- 

fincc in Ditches and Rivers 

39a fi, 41 r D 

Where an Aftion of the Cafe 
lies, and where a Writ of Nu- 
fance 39},4ioG 

What Writs of Nufance arqj 
Vicnntiel 4iaw 

The Form of the Writ ikC 

Where a ^9d perminst lies for 
it li.C 

In what Cafes an Aflife of Nu- 
fance lies th, D, B 

Lies not for Tenant for Years 

To cleinfc thcllighwayi 411 



nc TABLE. 


WHcre rcq»iftre upon i Writ 
dt SidititMU PsUJf ind 
vhtre not 177 H 

The ShertflT ftall give the Co- 
roncr his Ouh 364 N 

How the Bond for Surety of 
the Pe^ce taken before the Sheriff 
becomes i Recognifmce 1 S 1 D, 

The taking of » Bond diflolves 
(tmple Contraft 16S M 

An Obligarion not made in 
^^f ittng upon Parchment pr Pa* 
per t$ void 370 

How the Clerk muft be quali. 
fied that tikes Obligtcions upon 
Starute«Mcr chant 367 E 

Office antJ fiDfftrrrjff. 

An Entry m /^ Si^ikm lies for 
•o Office ^3($ B 

Miy bring Trefpafs for thofe 

Goods he hath to adminiHer as 

Ordinary ^c>3 N, 16$ 

D<bt lies againft him and his 

[Executors ^^^0^16$ 

Debt lies not for the Ordinary 


The Miyor and Aldermen of 
lmd$m Oiall have the Cuftody of 
the City Orphans 3 17 G 

They may commit the Cuftody 
I to a Guardian 317^ 

He may bring i KMViJhmmf di 
\^9rd 317(7 

^ftx anD ITemiiner* 

What it iff^ and where it licf 
343 B, 246 £,--#, 8, C 
The Form of tt 344, 348, 14^ ^ 

Of what Offences it may en« 
quire 347 O 

The Form when dircftcd to the 
Sheriff ^44-^ 

ft lies againft i Merchant* 
Stranger, that fcifcd the Goods 
of one of our Merchanri if 1 C 

The Form of the Writ of Alfo- 
clation tothcjufticcsof Ojf^rand 
Ttrmintr 344 B» 345 

The Form of the Writ of Si 
If Off Qmnes 24^ C 

AlFocUtioci may be made after 
AObciatiOn * 34^ ©f 34^ 

The Death of any of the Coaw 
midioners, doth not difcontinue 
their Coromiflion 245 D, 34^ 

Ic lies to bring Collc^ors of 
Toll to accompt 3^3 F 

Where Trclpafs is done in the 
Confines of two Counties 34^ E. 

For Trcfpa&s 346 B, 348 W 

Ic lies where Goods are taken 
out of a Ship broken by Tempcft, 
and not wrccVd 246 C, 34^1 

And where Goods arc wrong* 
fully taken from any Pcrfon, he 
may have it, and a Writ to the 
ShcriiF to take the Goods into hit 
Cuftody .347 F 

Againft him that Hunts in the 
Park of a Biftiop in the Time of 
Vacation 247 C, 348 H 

Where the Sea- wall is broken^ 
and the Sewers and Gutters want 
icowring 348, 7^^ 

A Commlflion rx fMrti t*Iit 


7k TABLE. 

BEforc 1 Pardon can be grant- 
ed in a St dcfendende, the Re- 
cord mui> be r<:movcd in Chan- 
cery by Ctrunsri 548 F 
Upon an Outlawry after Judg- 
ment in AfHfc, the Party cannot 
have his Pardon witbouc a Certh' 
TMri 545^ G 

^RTcmtt0y and )&artifiane fa:; 

fienDV Sec more in title ifo^* 

mcooji in Bcfcciioer, £0147^1. 

Where they may have i Writ 
of fn Exmeratione jftBa sd Curiam 
C§m. wl Baron, (o long a$ rhey 
bald under the King ^4 ^> 

Which of the Parcencri IhiU 
do Suit 355 C. 3S^ ^, 3<52 

Where they (hail have a Writ 
dtQ^nmlruUQmifscitnd^ againd each 
other \6\, 362 

Cannot have a hkrt d'Annctflvr 
agatnll each other 43'^ ^ 

But chcy (ball have a Kuptr ehiit 

. , 437.438,439 
They may jom in a Writ of 

Intrufton 45 2 H 

The Form of the Writ 137 R 
The Procefs in it 131 M 

Or\e Parcener {haJl have a Rj« 

ti»n*bili parti againll the other 

rSB, 1$^, 10, 3 1 A,B 

That one (hall have Fec-fimple, 

and the other entailed Lands or 

Goods 139 A' 

Two Coparceners of an Ad* 

vou'fon 72 ^, B 

The eldcft Sifter (hall have the 

£tft Prefentatioti 47 M, 7^ ^ 

Two Partners of an Advowfon 
where Stirt fmst lies after PartU 
lion ^ 80 C , 

Ufurpadon u^n them ih. t>\ 

The Form of the Writ where 
they arc in by fcveral Titles t%Zi 

In Lmdon^Ati^ to whom dire^e 

if, 8 ^ 

For Jointcnants, or Tenants in 
Common ih* C 

By Dttd f 3S» 

It may be made in Chancery^ 
1^,138,139, 57^ 

Of an Advowfon or Rcvcrfion 


Shall bind the Wives, if cqui 

Upon a Partition in Chancci^ 
the Infant may bring her StirefsA 
(iss ^ ik. 

One Parcener to have it one 
half Year, and the other another, 
and held good fh, /, K 

They may make it for Life or 
Years ik,K 

gDarfoii mn WiksiU 

The Succcrtbr of the Pirron 

may bring Error or Attaint 


He ihall have a Prohibtrion i- I 
gaind bis Partner to hinder Waftc 

What Writs a Parfon may hive, 
and e emtrs no L, M, iti H, 

3^<S»3 87.39<> 

Where he may bring Debt for 

Arrears of an Annoicy 26S f 

Patron and Ordinary may in 

the Vacation charge the Church 

with an Annuity 341 K 

Not compellable to come to 

Court-Lccts or Torns 3 58 C ^ 



Clerks may be returned upon 
cs ^ 370 S 

[oft not be dtA rained upon 
;icbe, or in the HigKwAy iZ6 
li not to be elcflcd into the 
)ffice of A BatUfF >9<3 B 

ShiH not be charged for their 
5t>iritail Goods to Fiftecmhs 
391 A 
Spinrual Perfons ought not to 
^p»y ToIJ, Pontage, &c. 505 f 

PirsmhnUtmi fsumd, 

Tbc form of the Writ ap*^ £ 

^Where it lies 196 D 

There rcturniblc 296 >l 

Certificate a9<JC^is»7 


To remove % Writ of Right 

To remove a Wiit of Right of 
Dower f $ £ 

The Foroi of 1 Writ to remove 
a Replevin i5T ^ 

Out of what Court it comes, 
iod in what Cafes it lies 1 n ^ 

Form of the Writ for the Dc- 
iSendmr in the Replevin 15^^,156 

Muft flicw fomc Ciufc in his 
Writ ly^ >*, iy<5 

Whit Caafe the Plaintiff muft 
fccw %$6 

\t lies for the PlitntifF in a 
Writ of Accooipt without Ciufe 
ftewn* but not for the Defen- 
dant 259 G 

So like wife tn Debt ad) / 

Ltcf to remove « Writ of Ad- 
aieifurcment of P^fturc 2 77 /; C 

To remove 1 Writ of Mcfnc 

To rcniQve a Writ of Detinue 
307 I> 

To remove a Wrtt i/f Pm> /# 
G4ir^ 3090 

A Writ of Admci5ifcmentof 
Dower 31',}li 

To remove a Writ of Nufance 

The Form of the Writ 41 1 
Where it lies, in what Caicf, 

and for whom ^%i^^x%D^E,^ryA 
Double Dams get 41 f 

The fame Puni(hment as in Rc- 

difTeiiin 41 f, 43 2 £,^2}^ 

N^^tmwrt, is no PJci in it 41 1 
Where the Inqucf^ fliall be ri- 

ken by his Default 4^4 

Prdfift fmd Rtddst rm Csfit^ 

How to fct in Order whatHv 
ever is demanded in a Fr^aft \ C 

If the Tenant will Hiew forth a 
Pf^cipt in Cufiu of Lands not 
holdcn of the King, the Parry 
grieved may have hii Sttptrftdest 
in Chincery 6 D, ^ B 

What it is* and where it lies 
j^E.F,G,H,l^ 11,12 A 

What to plead, and bow 1 1 L 

How to count and alledge Sci- 
fin ^ 1 1 Af 

It lies after the Demandant is 
barred in an Aflize or other real 
Aftion ti li 

It may be tn a St&a sd M^kndU 
mm 271 A 


Where thofe that hold under 
the Iting ftiall nor be diftrainedf 
to do Suit and Service to other 
Lordf ^U, H?,354»15f 

Where the King's Tenant ftill 
not ilicn without Licence ^^B^A 

Where a Woman endowed of 


rht^ TABLE. 

Cs^tt Land l!)«ll not mirry wUh- 
oat Licence >88,)99 

The Ring by bis Pfcrogicive 
fli^II have a Coi rody in an Abbey. 
oihhown FoundacioD sioA^U 

Who may prefent^and when 74 
Guirdian in Socige cannot 74.S 
Where the Monks (hall prefenc 

By whom the Vicar oughc co 
kc prcfentcd 74 ji 

The King may repeal his Prc- 
fentatlon, btic a common Fcifon 
cannot 75 C 

Where; the King may prefcnc 74 

Ufurparion between Copircc- 
ncrs (hall nor present a ^J^r^ Im- 
fidit f y / 

Two Benefices wiehotit a Dif- 
penfation is an Avoidance 7^ L 

The third Part of an Advow- 
fon is the third Prcfcntmcnt 76^ 

Baron and Feme by Purchafc*, 
fu0er a Ufurpation 765 

Infants and Feme Coverts mwft 
prefcnt within fix Months 76 T 

Pfefcntmcnt by a Stranger 76 f 

ThcChtncclfor fhall prcfent to 
the King's Livings under twenty 
Marks -j^K 

PnciimtU sd Jnditium, 

The Form of the Writ ^ 4 1 B, 

In what Cafes, and for whom it 
lies 341 B, 342C,D,£,f, 345.344 

C,^» ni^t 53 + 
In what Courts returnable 342O 
After Aid-Praycr of the King 

In Aflifc after new Judges ire 
made, and before Judgment givec 

Upon Aid Prayer if the King 
bach no Title xhktz {hall be a Prt^ 
adend$ 344 < 

Rt^t iKctnfitIi 9 3 4 4 D^ } 4 5 . 

Fdrt0 Bs^K 

The Form of it aat , 

Where it lies rzt 

Who fhall have it 221 £, 222 
It is r* dr ^wpj/ 211 F 

. The Form of the Writ upon a 

Diftrcfi by the Servant 212 « 
When the Dillrcts is for ac 

Amcrccmcnc a 2a 

Form of the Writ for th 

Queen 221 

Baron and Feme ^ ^aj j 

PUdgts & Pltgii* Mt^Ufit»ndi». 

If the Heir bring an Afllfe of 

Mort (CAunctfisr, he IbalJ not find 

Pledges 4J4 

The Form of the Writ 305 D 

Where it lies 304 C, 305, 306 

Without Specialty 304C 

In whar Courts 305 O 

Todifchargc a Man of an Ac- 

compt 305 

The Sdrety not to be diflrain*^ 
ed io long as (he Principal is able 


The Surety may plead it 30^ 

Debt lies upon a becomir 

Pledge without Speciitt^ a7< 

The Proccl* in Audits ^trtld^ 

231 R 

Procefs to be awarded upon a 

Writ of Oftr and Ttrmtnir 250 


Thi TA B L 

PfOCcCs to OttUiwry lies in 

Accompt ^59 H 

Ff occfs ill a SiBn md U^Undinmrn 

In i Sifud ^ermittst 275 /* 

In a Writ uf Mcfne yo^^, B 
In tW tit of Wild 330 

In a Writ of Efcbt^at 32} 

In Dowcr^Undi m'kil ifmht 330 
la an Admealiirciiient of Do wer 

In a Writ of Annuiry 54' ^ 
In a C4ntrtbtitimt fMcienda 3^2 D 
In a Ditia tantum 3 $ t F 

In a Writ of Champerty 381 B 
Upon J ProcUmatiori not ro 
immtr a Nufancc. 595 

In a Certificate /rff ^p 407 G 
In a Writ of Afllfe of Nufince 

41 1 yf 

The P occfs in a Sint^fenfu Cs. 

la a iUlirr d^Mnciftor 4) f G 

III a ^|Uiff #;ra/ infra Timtinum 

i39 ^ 

In a Cm sttti Div9rtmm 4T4 itf 

In a C0ufs Mstrimmii fr^h<%ti 


In a Writ of Emtn in Csfa pr^* 

^fi 45S E 

In a Centrs f$rmam iillatimis 

470 H 

In a Writof Aiel 491 

Up<m a Writ Di ninet, ^uut, 

Mgind. JO 3 d 

Upon a Writ of forcible En- 

^1 G 

a Writ di MdminfurMtimt Pom 


[The King may by it command 
Pcrfon to (lay within his 

The Writ to m»ke P»ocIimi- 

tron, that none cart Blth in 

D!ti;hes, or Rivert near Cities, 

6€. 391 8, 4JI D 


Upon rhc Mtic jaurcd upon a 
Writ of Right in a C(5Urt*Baron 

A gain ft the Lord^ Sjtfd ne in* 

jnfii Ftxit his Tenant li E,P 

Where (he Wiic of IndicMvit 

Jits 66 K 

Whit It If, and where it lieSp 

and agiinft whom 8S H» 89-*#, 

a, C, 386 K 

When difcSed to the Sheriff 

89 a, -€ 

For the Tenant again(t the 

Lord, and Lord againft thcTeninc 

89^, B, C, D 

Agiinft the Biihop^ if he doet 

not hold PJca of an Advowfon 

Where the King (ball have it 


It ties upon a Suit in the Spirt* 

fUa] Court, fr§ C0f0tlit & dthitti 

90 H 
Or for a Lay* Fee 40I, 95 1, ^? /, 

Or for Trefpaft, tie ^ M^ 9% 
K, 9<[ H, 97 G» W, 98 ^ 

Where ihc King's Tenant £hall 
have it 91 

It lies to the Sheriff that he 
hinderthe Spiriruil Court fiiom 
cxafting Things cnntraiy toLaw^ 
of the King's Subjeas 91 A 

Although a Debt if acknow* 
ledged in the Sptritoal Coart»tbat 
Suit ought not to be brought 
there, for it except* in Cafe of 
Mtrriagc, or a Wjll 91 C.DXQ 

It Uei upon a h^Ui ditimmrndt 

£ Wliero 


Where t fccond Prabibltion 
fli»n be grsmcd ^ 9J ^ 

Upon a Compofition 93 I* 

For the King to the Ordinary, 
that be Ihall not vific his Ho(pii- 
rah 9J^ 

So where i common Pcrfon is 
Founder 9-^ B 

Ic lies ifcer a Recovery in 
Sj^Mrt Imfidit 94 C 

Ic Iic4i upon » Citnion Di vU^ 
hnts msnumn injtBttnt in CUri* 
€um 94 ^ 

For Dt'Timation 94 ^ 

It lies where a Man is excom* 
inanlcated for fuing out a Proht. 
bicion without any kgal Caufe 

94^* 9 

It Ires for the Clerks or any 

other Officer in Chancery, that 

they (hall not be fucd clfc where 

Where two Patrons prcfent 

Where the Patron is difturbcd 
by a Stranger 95 L 

Where the King recovers his 
Collation to arry Church, and is 
ifterwardic dlftufbtd by Appeal?, 
drr. this Writ licth 9^ M, N 

So if the King bath a Writ to 
remove cbe Incumbent and he 
appeal 96 A 

If a common Perfon rccovcrcth 
His PrefenDnent, and afterwards 
there is an appeal^ it Uech for him 

96 B 

For citing the Kii^g's Incum* 
htntaxReme 9<^^i 97 

Upon Suit for Breach nf Oarh 

97 A 95 ^ 

It lies for not granting a Copy 

of the Libel 97 £ 

To day a Suic upon a Devife 

for LanJi ^7 f 

Where there is a Gtatron after 

a S^#rf Imptdtt fued 9$ / 

Where it lies upon a h^dm, but 

not upon a Grant 98 K 

Where upon a mitrimonial 

Contract, and where not 98 A 

It lies not for Executors y«\\tn 
they are fucd 98 B, D 

Where there is 1 Suit between 
two Par font 9$ £ 

It Jici for the King's Chaplains 
whcD they are cited by the Ordi- 
nary to be rciidtnt upon their 3e* 
nclices 99^ 

Ic lies againft him that futs an* 
other out of the Realm looH 

And againft him that purcha- 
feih a Citation from the Court of 
R^mt 1 00 i 

If an inferior Court arrefts or 
itrachcrh the Goods of a Pcrfon 
out of their Jurifdidion, this 
Writlieth loa T 

The Form of the Writ joi F 

That Tenant in Dower ihall 
not be diftrained for the Debt of 
her Husband 102 G 

The Form of the Writ *^, 

It lies where in the Count)'- 

Court the Debt, &c* is above 40 #. 

103 A, 104. 

The Form of the Writ ik 

So where there is ^i due, and 
fcveral Plaints are fucd upon it, 
this Writ ties ih. \o^ 

It lies after Judgment and Eie« 
cutlon ro4 

Where the Plaint is of Trefpaft, 
Pi & Armis, this Writ lies 1 04 B 

The Form of it il. 

Upon a Suit for Charters whtcK 
concern the Inheritance 105 B 

The Form of the Writ /** 

For fuing a Detinue for Char 
tors fw hich concern Land) 



(Ibc County *Couft 107 c 

To the Miritars Court 53^ 

The fcveril Sorts of Protc- 
IfitonSf ind in whac Cafe^ chcy 
ire alJowcd 6\ B, C, D, £, F« O, 

Who way ctft ic 62 G 

In whac Courts to be allov^cd 

For loftnc or Feme Covert L 

For Merchants or Collc&ori, 

^&€* 6}0,B,F,G 

All Clcrgy^tnen my Tim thtm 
out for thcmfclvcs ind Fcrmors 

Tfcit the Tenant in the King's 
Service U not fufficiem to Pro» 
rogue an Aflife 343 H 

A Mm miy prefcribe to hive 
Common Appurtenaut ^ot^^tiiM 

A Prefcription to be clifcharged 
of Toll, Mur»ge» Pontage, C'f- 
and held good 50^ /, 504 D 


tujire (Cjerit intfa arenninum. 

'HE Form of the Writ 440 

In what Cafes, and for 

rhomitliei 439i44o 

tVhiC Ihal] be recovered in ic 

jQuare 31naimb?at)it 

Where to be faed 107 D 

In «»hat Court ik F 

Where it lies i^. B, ff, 108 O 

What it IS I*. G 

A new Writ may be foed after 

iNonfuit 108 O 

The Form of a Si^sn Iwum^ 

krs^it 108 M 

How the Writ and Count Ihall 

be 108 iC 

A good Bar in that AQion 108 


jQuare nori iDtntfit* 

The Foroi of it for rbe King 

105 C 

Wbeflj wbere^ and for whom 

it lies 105 C| to6 P, L 

WikiC fiull be recovered by it 


Good bar to it i^ttp to7 KB 

It lies againft the Biftop foe 

the Refufal of (he Archdeacon, 

&c. ro6F 

Where it lies for the King H. L 

Lies igaioft the BiQiop^s OS-. 

cial 1071?* 

Where the Writ di S^nMrintinm 
hahtndAM 3^0 £, 36 r 

The Form of it 3^0 E 

The Proceedings thereupon 
It is Vicontiel 360 £ 

«Eluare 3(|nipcdTt. 

The Form of it for the King 

7i£,F, 7x,71«,f» 79^ 

The Form of the Writ where 

the King joins with another 7*^ 

The Form of it, fn LuUfi^c Vt^ 

How it (ball be between Co- 
parceners 7^^^^ 

Ic Hc5 for a Donative 7i ( 

For A Biihop, where he ougti 
CO coHitc 71 ^" 

Where it may be without il* 
B t ledging 


Ugtcif Prcrcdrment 7] H 

Pfckutracnt in 1 Proftor il^ 

WgcJ 11^79^ 

Ic lies far Diflafce 7«^ 

It ! . Humitigc 75 I 

Uii between Copircc- 

ncrs IbiU noc prevent this Writ 

75 /, ao D 

It lies for the Founder of t 

Paory 7^0 

It miy be fucd by tbc Dc^n* 

dinr ag^inft the PUintiff if l^t be 

not sdmitted and infticoted 77 C 
If one that bith « Donative 

trefcnn hitClerk to the Ordimry, 
c Qi»ll n-* '- *'"r collitc 7^ I* 
Priors nt ,'^9^ 

li oiuii Lie i.u > ught witbui the 
(is Muqchs 79 % 

How the Count (bill be ifcer a 
W'tt of Dnn dM Aivvrnftm 79 A 
Wbcrc « UfurpttiunihiU not 
\mn xht Diircifce 80 f 

The Sh^rtiS Rctarn upon it %6 


duid 3tun^ liamaf* 

Where it lies ijli 3^^ 

Auoe plura* 

Wbit te iff tnd where it lies 

The Form of it ih. 

Agiioft whom to be broi3^1 

Wheie the Vouchee makes I 

fault 34S 9' 

Departure in defpight of CowuBJ 

For Baron and Feme 34^ 7 

The Form of the CouDC H9^ 
The Defence **. C 

Where it lies, md of 
Things iiiH, 1l^^¥^G^ a7|l 
The Forms of the Writ iff 

InwhatCoorrs 171 f 

It lies of CommoQ %7% Q^ 17] 

It lies igatnft the Lord 10 iiif- 
fer hts Villtiof to do Soit to |^ii 
Mill 173 M 

For EAovcrs 17^ 

It lies for a Corody ik» 

For a Way |i. 

Good Fiea in Alitemtnt S74C, 


For i Nofancc in efcQing t 

Will, Hottfe. &(, a75 H 410 C 

Of a Vm or Market 276 

lo the Nature of • Fomnkia 

The Formi of It 14^. 347 

Fuf whom It lies, ind in what 

Cafei 145 a, 1^7, 14$ 

- Ppoo De&ult in a Wiit of 

iBdre to be fucd ik f, Q 

Xtm 3Utrr« 

The Form of it ▲ •«# 

Where, and for wbomp and 

when it Hes 1E4 F, H, t, K^ \ 

Whit Defence thcTcrunt fti 

make i^. i 

Efpjeef tf.<fcj 

The Mife IhUI be ioined u; 

it ^HK^i 



4 ■■*• 




JRahDnabllt partr. 

► Etwixt whom, and for wfiic 
iciicj t8, fl, 19C, ao/» i\B 
Whca ic lies 19 C,Dȣ, ao / 
What ic ii| and ^ vrtvom di- 
fe&ed t^ F.G 

M*ybe removed by Toli ik,Q 
The Mife floe to be joined in 

The Form of ic t^. 

To be brought 2g«in|} il] the 
i Coparceirers 20 M 

L N#if tinuff \s no PJei Sn it if N 
^ When to illedgc the Scifm if P 

^ JRationabrti parte bonc^um. 

The Forms of the Writ ijo 

The Nature of it, *nd in whit 

Caic$ it licSj and for whom 270, 


Hationabilibuir tijbjii€r. 

The Forms of the Writ ijy W 
The Form of the Count 2^5 R 

The Ntture of ir, and for what 

Ic lies t%$ M 

For whom a8y O, ^UA, a. C. 


When to be removed its SI 

The Defendtnc miy join the 

Wife ik Si 

Efplecf 186 ji 

Bix I*. D, £ 

3Sai}tfl}metie nt 0ai:t9. 

The Writ was given by the 
$t9tute o^ H^tft. 2, 310/ 

The Forms of The Writ 3 1 2 F 
Where it lies, and when -312 
E,F, 3n,3«7G 
For Guardian in Socige 11 iG 

It lies for an Orphan of Lfndm 

The Form of the Writ i^i », 

162 A, 1^1 it 

For whom it Hcs, and in whit 

Cifcj I5t£, tS9Ffi,H, i6oM,D,E, 

Lief not where the Cattcl of a 

Sfnnget arc diftriincd a fecond 

Time 159W 

When two Mco^sCittelaie di- 

firained i* t 

Kim Mrert pleaded 160 M 

Lies before Avoa ry ih. A 

ShiU not avow but juflify ih.B 

A fccond OiQtefs may be after 

a Nooluit <i D 

To whom only to be direfted 

165 C 

When amerced, and render Da* 

mages only upon a Convi£l>on| 

and when fined <^< D 

Abitement of cbe Writ 1^0 L 


To keep the Peace, may be tt- 
ktn by the Sheriff iSiD, %t% 

What other Rccognixanccs he 
may take, and how to be exccored 

How Executions to be fucd.and 

what Exeouttons, and when to be 

fued out upon a Rccognixinco 



To remove i Writ of Right in- 
CO the Common Pleas 7 ^, 8 C 

To remove a Writ of R/ght dt 
D9ti 15^, i(J 

To remove a Plaint of a Court 
E 3 q( 

Tk T A B L R. 

of inctcnt Demcfac %^ I« 17 d, 
B,c, 29 H 

The Form of the Writ 1 57 

la whJl Ofss it Jjcs* and to 
wbom diftfte4 i^i, t^7 K, 

s«l / 

Tbt tluntiff mij bring re 
WitlMwr Iticwing Oole, bat the 
Dtfeiidint cinnor 1 ^ 7 S 

It tici iftcr A Dircontlouancc 
Iq cbe Coanry*Couit 15S ^ 

To la tocient Demcfbc Cooit 


Wlicfi It bcif f Dite bcbrt tlic 
Eocry of the Pltioe if O 

It ilu If not be foed igainA the 
Tcftenint ^^7 K 

It lies in I Writ of Debt, with- 
out flitvifig Ciorc 1^1 / 

To rctnove 1 Writ of Corcnaot 



The Forin of it 417 C 

V lo *hi£ Cifc*, and what Coort 

itlkf 4i7ir,4r|OX'.«5. 419L, 

Agimfl Baron and Feme 418 

A Writ of Adbdactoo lies m 

^an recover double Damagrt 
4:0 c 

One Rcdiflct/tn lies alter ano* 
^ber If. D 

It liei not opoo a Drmt r!§fi 
if G 

Tfiffc muft be two of the old 
Jorors at the Icaft if, H 

Tenant by iUgit, C^r (hall 
baire it 411/ 

Kb Ponilhaient 430 C| 4^1! 

W^re a RcltiTc i| a good B^r 

tt mall be pleaded to i Stkw 

A Releafe to One Obligor di& 
durgcth both i$. M 


He in Remaindcf (hall bivo 

an £jp £r0^if9firiU 441 M, 443 

f G, 44^C 

Shill take Advantage oft CotK 
dition broken 446 C 

He may hiirc fais Writ of li^ 
tmfton 4J4 O, 45 f 

May have a Writ of MMr§ m tm^ 
ftmiU ^Mfu f6o B, 461 f 


A Man d* nm fmis mwmnnml 
made a Feoffment, and tocJkbidcl 
an Eflate for Life, and adjfidge4 
aHcmiCter 45 of 

The Form of the Wrte t|a 
For what tt lies if, 0, X 

How to coQnt upon It ih^B 
County-Coort ifiF, i%^C 
Rctorns of the ShettJS^ for « IVS- 

ikrmsm to be granted If 3 ^ 

The Shcri# may cocnmtRd i 

Replevy by Word tf 4 1 

The Lord ib^U liaro it for bji 

Villeins Cattcl tf« 

Tender of Amends t f 4 ^ 

In any County 15 f/ 

By the Sberi^ 1 ^4 I 

Where the Sheriff moll eotct 

t Liberty and make Dclive 

By what Wt it to be rtm* 
and into what Comu j 

The F»ro tf the Writ cf Re* 

caption to Replevii)^ aod to what 





m ki 



Cales It lies 1 6% H, P, G, 1 63 C 

The Form of the Writ aa) Z>, 

a24£,G, 22$ 

Where ir ties, ind for whom 

22^ C, 224£, 225,226 F 

For the Mafter^ upon a Diftrefs 

made by his Servant 224 F 

For a Colkftor of Taxes 224 


Upon an Arreft 224 G 

In whofc Name to be brought 

224F,G, 225 

^ The Plaintiff upon an Ezecu- 

Cion, (ball have it 226 

It lies not where a Dillrefs is 

made, and nothing doe ik, £ 


To the Petty Jury in Attaint, 
after they have farisficd their Fine 
and Imprifonment 242 L, 243 

Of Goodi which are fcifed for 
a Wreck 246 C 


The (everal Retorns to ground 

^H^thhism upon 151 C, 153 G, 

164 wf, 16$ B 

Retorns not good in Replevin 

How the Sheriff is panilhable 
for a falfe Retorn 2 15 D 

3Reeo;n. ]gabmD» 

The De&ndantfliin have a FTf. 
thirmsm againft the Plaintiff, upon 
a Rirans. hshnui. 166 F 

ReverGoner may make an At- 
fprn^y 60T 

He may bring an Ex gr^vi qut^ 
Tils 441 Af 

The Grantee may have an Ad 
Tirminum qui pr^iriit 4^^ ^ 

When he Oiall have a Wnt of 
Intrudon 451,452 

He ihall have a Writ of Entrie 
in cafu fnvifi 45<$ M, 457 B 

Where he IhaTI have his Writ 
of fnrrff in ctnpmili csfu 458, 459, 


Where he fhall have his Writ 
of Entre 0d gtrntmaum Ligam 46 1 , 


Attaint lies upon a falfe Ver* 
did given in it 241 1, 241 

JSrparatione faricttD* 

The Forms of it 281 fi, C, D, 

282 F 

What it is, and for whom it 

lies 2SiA^C,D 

For not repairing a Bridge 281 


3Rap ann JBJ^e. 

Where Lands entailed are liable 
to pay the King's Debts 481,482, 

Upon every Grant to be made 
by the Kin§, of Lands, Tene* 
ments, Liberties, or other Things, 
a Writ of 0d quod damfnum muft 
liift iiTue out to the Efcheatoc 
yoi F, J02 H 

In what Cafes the Writ iffueSi 
fee in tide Ad qnui dsmfjmm 49 ) 

The King by the Law of Right 
is to defend his Sub jefts 5 ' 7 '^ 

The King by his Prerogative 
may diftrain any one of the Tt- 
nants upon an Alienation, to pay 
the intire Duty 5 - ^ ^« ^ 



the TABLE. 

I^firc hem. 

1^ t fZ^ar€ trnpiJit 79 /B, SoB 
StftMrteinfuhgtmem nm 1 11 C 
To execute 1 Fine and Sum- 
mons returned 216 O 
AmditM ifutrcU lies not afrer a 
Summons returned upon a Sct-fsc. 

ajo / 

Where it lies againft the llrir 

for rhe Nfcfnc ro Jcq!:ir hirn ?o,^ 

Afttrclic Vtar and Day of P>>- 

menr upon a Kecognizmce s ' S C 

Againft ihc Tcrccnancs j^;;, 

If lies upon a Defcazance upon 
a Rrc.jgni^ar.ce 598 D 

iic-.\'r! F.^ire FjcU: rnsy be Cut J 
Hkhcfc [Ji'o -'c r vera»'y I •iiil 


nants i4 .0 

The CxccuroM cm- oc uic out 

an £/i^/; until a Zure t\:tii$ cyi 

Wli-c ic i5, an J whcic it lir«: 

Kiiight's Strvicr, wh." iS7fi,F 
T!v. !■• in «.t" tl..- W..r 1.S6 
The Iving's T>.:;iiil iu, i'lft h'$ 

Tcnwifs * t'j C. H.i 

Oik S. I vice for L' ri!, Mdne, 

in J r.-:i.fc ?:■; A. lSt D 

Tl'c Comir.iliKji t^ I-v^ I.i". 

CUJgC i.j- £. iss 

To whom direfted 189B, tool 

Thty may pafs with a P-fl";* 'ic 

190 F 

The King*s rroclamation is 

fufficient 1S9C 

£tf(ta nD t13oIcnnmiinu 

ThT Form of The Writ a?'^ 
WhiC it IS, and where it lies, 

snd for ifi, 354 

Ir may be fued in the Cou. ry- 

Ccurr, or Common Pleas 171 -^i 

Tenant in Dower, or for Life 

mav hdVe it 37a 

The Cuunt in it 371 D 

£^rrbiLT0. Vide rirulo ^uif« 

feftui c Of C i]rt)Micr. 

The Widow of a Tenant in 

Caput muft not marry without 

Licence 388 C 

The Form of the Writ tk. 

Her Marriage may be granted 

388 D. 3S9 

Where the Alienation (hill not 

be wiriiout the King^s Licence 


Summons and Severance lies 
not in LihtftMteffhgndti '7^ / 

Summons upon the Land, how 
to be tried ai^C, aryD, ?i8fl,C 

Summons and Severance lie< in 
a X*9 Jure 384 K 

Tii J Tc fc-c r fl I i- ; r; J .' l 1 1 li - W 1 i' s 

May have an Under SheriiF 

221 C 

\6ij li ".'i' make an Attorney to m*k^ 

Lt wha: Cafes 'h-v li;; \:^i ,-!. r:..- 'T'-fFcrs 61 ^ 

1^: F \'.' • he ruiiht to do i:pjn a 

Fr ni v; kc :: cc t L ey i ilu c i . " SA, / > luca rtm^vindt 1 o 2 G 

JS9 VvhiC he .U|(ht to d-J vp^f^ an 


gxcmmmdcM ttfiend. & CMutinit 
sdmitttni. 140, 141, 142, 143 

Mty command a Replevin to 
be made by Word 154 

What Returns to make, and 
whac CO do in Replevins 151,153, 

154. M5, i^4'<. J^^fi 

Whac he muft do upon a //«• 

$iv huhend, 171, 172 

What he rouft do upon the 

Writ di f€cwrif0fe Pm$s 177, 178, 


Ex ffficio may bind Co the Peace 

s8i O, 282 

To enquire wheo any Daaiage 

; is done to any Perfon proreftcd 

l by rhe King . 203 fi, 104 

' May be fued for an Efcape '^os 

G,-^,C, 206, 266 A, 288 B 

For a falfe Return 20 5 fi, 215 

C, 216D, 2i7£>, 219H 

May bring his Writ of Refcous 


To attend upon and execute 

the Procefs of Commiflioncrs of 

Cyer and Tfrmimr 2 yo, 2 5 1 

He fliall make Admeafurtment 

of Pafture 2770 

What Recognizances he may 

take, and how execution to be 

done upon them 294, 295 

Whac he ought to do when a 

Nnt piiMind, in jijjifis is di reeled to 

him 3^8>3<^9 37o»>7i 

Whom he ought to return upon 

Juries, and whom not 369, 370, 

_ 371,372 


What it is, where it lies, and 
for whom 80 G, %i K, 82 

Lies againd him only that hath 
Indirutioii 81/ 

Lies not where the Right of 
the Patronage is to be tried 82 fi 

It lies by one Parfon againft an- 
other 82 £ 

How the Clerk mxid he quali- 
fied that is to rake ObligAtions 
upjn Scatuces-Meichant 3(^7 £ 

Whei» to be granted to the 
Lord*s Court in ancient Demefne 

29 G 

Upon a Writ of Right where 
there is foreign Voucher 88 H, 

530 ^ 

To d^fcharge a Man from an 

Exc§mmmmc0t$ C0fiena$ 143 D,E^ 

530 fi, 531 
It lies upon I SMtivo bahnd§ 


It lies upon putting in Surety 
to a SnfflicB'vit 180 if, 529 £ 

Ic lies tpon an jludits querels 
230G, 532^ 

Upon an Appearance to an £xf- 
g^t 524^ 

The Form of che Writ ih. A 

Where Sureties are found in 
Chancery ja^ 

In what Cafes to be granted 
524^, 52SB,C,D, 52^,527,^28 

To be awarded our of the 
Chancery 52<^£,^B,C,D 

Not allowable to an Exigent af. 
ter Judgment 526C, 5 27£ 

Where an Attaint is fued S27 
F,G, ^2SC 

Upon a Writ de Htmine nplu 
gUndo 531 c 

Where rhe Suit U in the She- 
riff'* Coxxrr ,f^i & Armis &c. S^lD 

Upon a Writ of Error in Lflw- 
don &c. 532 £ 

Where the Sberiffi hold Pica of 
40 /. ib A 

To the Conftable of Dawr ih, b 

the TABLE. 

To the Birom of the Exchfi* 
focf^ where rhejr iwifd DifticQ 
tgiinft f7Rc \»h'jhaeK noneoftJie 
[^d» of bLin who wti chc Ac* 
compcifil 51^ ^t^ 

^rttf. Vid. tie. T(b\tgxiM st- 


The Form of tlit vy i n 177 G 

Whcfc it hc«, Ani for wbit 

ff C,W, 178 a, I79«^ 

Where upoa OAib maile, tod 

wbtre not 177^ 

Acticbment upon tc t^^A 

Dtmi^es ind Fine #1. ^ 

Liei to the Ciwqnt Nftf *h, B 

The Form of the Wfitiiifcft'^d 

ro the Jy ft ices of the Pcacc ind 

Shffilf 178 c, 1790 

Whcf c retmoibfc 1 80 A 

WIten it mijr be foperfeded 

MoCt enter into Recognizance 

When, »nd where to be ccrti- 
ficd i79<2» 1^0 S, fSi C, D 

For tbe VVift; igaind the HmU 
b«nd ' 79 ' 

Where, upon Suretief being 

^foond in ViC4r}on>tfme, i Smptr* 

f,JU#A/ ought ro ifTae out of the 

Chmcefy 53^,515, fid, |»7in« 

Who mufl do Suit snd Service 
•t the Lord^s Courts 3 f f fi, C 

The Kirig\ Wifd nor Tea»nt 

n^t to do Suit to my Lord 3 fa, 

351. JH 

Uov to be done by Ptrcenen 


By Feoffees ^ ^ 1 5^ O 

hfor by Tenant t in incteot De» 

mefne it Coort Leets 359 C 

Diftrefs mutt noc be uken for 

more Servicei than aic due j^i^ 


The Writ di Dfimrsmdt fr§ t§i0 

fntimit lies where ^pirt of tbfi 

L«odf for which an entire Fealty 

sod Rent wai rcfervcd is aliened 

fif H 

Wbit it if, and wbere tc lies 

144 # 

Pope's Ball »^* 

Dy a Otikop upon mother Bi 
(hop*i Certificate il 


Wti3C it is, and where it iW 

1790. 190 £ 

Snrctiet mnfl be found opory }c 

lio A, 190 e 

Removed by cmimmi 1 S i c.p 

Where rerurr>jibli tSo a 

For the Wife igaioft ber Mof- 

band 5}^^ 

Tbe Form of It il*. 

j^rieual IBftfottf. 


Where the SucccfTor (hit! have 
a J*«/ ^/f^/* r#/if tf/r ^1 * ™ 

Upon the Alienuion of thet^l 
Piedeceflbr 431, 43^^ 

The fcvcraJ Forim of ibc Writ 


' f.w^n ■"^' "7* 

fkc 7 A BLS. 


TEnant in Tail may bring a 
S^ ti dtfmiMt 347 

Where the Heir in Tall fliall 
bring his S^d firmitfst 47 2 

In whac Cafes the Heir in Tail 
Ihall bring his Forroedon in De- 
fcender 471, 471, e^*^. 

Where Lands in Tail are liable 
CO pay the King^s Debt 481 B, 
In whac Cafes the Formedon 
IP Reverter lies 487, 48 8, 489 

Upon whac Tenures the Wric 
of ExmurMtim SiBd sd emrimm 
Miii. vi/ Bjfif « Jies 35a^9By353f 

What fhall be Tenure in Cspite 

666 Jf 

Where TenanC in Socage muft 

fue out his Livery 578 C 


la Lmd0, where to be proved 

-. ' . 443,444.4^^'^ 
In Oxfrrdf where co be proved 

• 444 

A Writ lies to the Ordinary to 

compel him to prove a Will 445 

No Toll to be paid for Lands 

in ancient Demefne 30 £, 505; ^, 

yo6, 507 D 

Account lies againft Colleftors 
of Toll. 2^2 F 

Where the Writ di Egtnd, quitt. 

diTUniU lies, and for whom 503 /, 

504 D,£, 555 F 

The Form of the Writ, and to 
^bom directed $0} 

Where retarnable 503 A 

For fpiricual Perfons 505 F 
For the Lord in ancient De- 
mefne 506 B 
For Merchant Strangers to be 
difcharged of Murage, Pannage 
and Pontage, tic. 504 D 

The Form of the Writ com- 
manding the Sheriff not to come 
out of another Liberty to his 
Torn 357 

When the Sheriff ought to hold 
his Torn 357 

What Perfons are not compel- 
lable jco come to it 3 58 C, 3 59C,D 

How often compellable 3^0 


The Sale mentioned in the WriC 
of EjtBinu firm£ is not travcrfa- 
ble, but only rhcEj'ft necjr 441 K 

The Quantity nor Srifin tfthe 
Services are not traverlab^e in a 
Cejfitvif 464 F, Q 


Dt tnulifri ahauBj cum Bom's viri 

It lie5 for a ftcond Diftrcfs 
made by r\u i^^ ,tf iJpH 

Thv2 fevf v»l Sriits and Forms of 
the Wrir^ 1^0, 191 B, 192, 193, 

*94: •>'). ^9^» '97, 198) 199 
Whc^ ir lies, and in what Ca- 
fes, and for whom 190 /f, 191 B, 
C, D. E, F, G, «, 191 /, 193, 

194. »95. ^9^1 »97ii98, 199 

To whom directed, and where 

returnable 191 G,H 


, when Ft t Armii if fiflC 10 be 

In the Writ 190^4 V9t 

When VI mad be m tbe Writ 

191 ^ 
GoodCiolcof Abttcnierc 191 
I/, 191 
Wheft if if rcrtirmbU to the 
log^l 8cQcb| iod where ici the 
onfkif 192/ 

» Iai,<;r«<ii3r t 1 9 1 ilr > ; ' 
^, iciC 
On« Writ lies for revetil Tref- 
ifEsf 192^1 '93 G* >9<S^ 

Fori Hiwk 19$ L 

For boneing in a Wirrcn 
J 91 M 
ToiClorc 191 ^1 «9^^ 

Pirk 191 ^ 

Tb-= Firm f^( ir 194 

iii 19s a 

i^ ifiif Cm^, ^MtMffi pmm fitst 

'91 C 

i)f i^ami /f «^, Q-^. < 9 ) ^1 f 94 

-t 196/ 

For Execotoff. wbert it Jics, 

lod f hi? Forni nf It 195 £, 100 O 
Agiinft i Co^porAtioo 191 $ 
For ii;hir)g ia Kis Pifc*ry, ^^i^. 
191 O, 19JG, 10HJ,K 
Di m»vi tthdmUs 194 / 

Di l/i^iV Cf grsminikm kfd Or* 

if«i 4/r;>jj?, >94'f 

Pi fii^m frtB, ^ 194 

For m^'lcftiog his Servants. ami, 

impounding hii Catul 194 ^» 

TKe Form of the Wiit for • 
live Thifig 19^^. t9^M 

For d- id Thing! 19;^, 19^^! 

For .r!c ftng i Vilbin 4>itt nf 
the ^ 5l>,fi, 1970, ioi ^ 

tu. , g of hit Oovef, O-r 


4/#/«jf<y 19^ 

Pr# Upidt mUsfi i^U 

\ot A Mkil-Pool broken 196II 
I'or liking tnd Shecritig hit 

Sbe,p 1950 

For bretkmg bts Stoices 197 B,C 
I cr putting out in Eye 197^ 
Tor i Corporition 197 G, ff 
Ovii ffm imu fagtvit J 9$ L 
¥tx fiveii^^ i Viter-covlb 
For cirrying Cattel difti^iiiifld 

to uoknovvn Plicci 19! If 

The f oimi of the Writs 19SO. 

i99^^>fHd i 
The ShffifTftian make Dchvc- I 

ry tapon rhetc Writs J99S. tool 1 
Varuking hisOxea andJIargcs, ^ 

(Si. J99C 

For taking a Monk otu of tht . 

Manadery aooHj 

I' or tiking and marrying htsV 

Son, or D^ygbter ioq H 

For the King ftoo / 

ji(fijr# /m/W./rigir* lot Jt 

For taking away • Waif or J 

Scuy» e^i, 901 ijfl 

F<K tikii^g iway t Wreck i<m rf^ 
Where the Scrvint ii diftorb- 

ed, ths Miftcr ftaU bring rbtt 

A£i!on ^oj G, 

Between twoTeaanrsin G>i 

mon ^ aoa 

Far taking hit Apprentice 30| 
Cborch' wardens fr§ hmtt itt' 

ps aoj If 

Wf*h 1 CcurrmiTMia 3o| Z, 

Ic ' le Ordinary until 

AdnJ'. n loj Al 

U lies tnr raking tfac Liodf 

and Gnodi daring the K«ng^ Pro^ 

tifilon ao3 A, §^ 'O^fl 

Ic ihill be by Pmn ^rFd^u^&w^ 

3fo a 

The TABL E, 

If lit$ for the fuccecding Bi- 
Ikop, for Trcipifs done in rhe 
Vac»ncy 348 H 

Ic lies upon i DtfTcifia 472 

aETrefpatt upon tJje Cafe. 

The Form of the Writ, and 

where it lies 191 B, 104E, 105F, 

G,At 10(5,307, aoS,ao9 

And for whit 1918,0, 205G, 

Bfi, io6,io7,aoB,ao9 

Ic (hill be by Summons 204 G, 

Agiinft the ShcriiF for an Ef- 

Cipc 20$ G, A 

For a filfe Return aoj B 

Where ag«inll the Bailiff of a 

Liberty for a Diftrcfs taken 206 

For not cleandng his Ditches 

206 G 

For a Prifoner agiinft the 

Gaoler, for abufing of him 107H 

Fordi{Vrainingi Pfclitc'^Horfe 

whereon he is riding ^oj H 

Or upoo their Church* La ndi 

' ao8 £, 209 

For Nonftazancc 2^7 ^ 

AgiinH an Inn-keeper^ when 

Goods are ftoln from thence 

Upon a Warranty 208 C 

For 1 Mal'feazince 208D, 209 

For taking Toll where none J 
due 20^ f 

For diftraintng Tenants againfk 
a Prefer jption 209 F 

For makiog a GuTph in the 
Water 210^ 

Agtinft the Sheriff for entring 
a Liberty 210 d 

For the Gaoler againft the Pr i- 
foner for Efcaptng ^to C 

Againft hioi chat playetb with 
filfe Dice xti D 

The Mife Ihall be joined in t 
Writ of Right ^ B, F 

So likewifc in a Writ of Nf i»- 
juftt wxss 23 A 

Whether Summons or no, boor 
to berried ^fsC^ 217/) ^ 

In a ^9 Jure (hatl be put upon ■ 
the mccr Right or BattaiJ 284 1 ™ 

So likewlfe upon a RmimMhilU 

The M ife fhall be joined in 1 
WritofCuftom* 3J9K 

aroin m 

The Form of the Writ where ■ 
the Party is denied Jufticc, or 
hii Sait upon a Writ of Righf 
6F, 7 

To remove a Writ of Right of 
Dower 15 £ 



The TA B L B. 

HE Form of the Writ 

Wbit ic is, anci where it Ikf 

AgitDd ihc Heir of the MeCne 


Ir fluli be grtnccd in i ^iSm md 
Mdtndtnum 371 C 

Ifi 1 C^iM iUudmds ^ 8 1 

Sbili be in in AiTile of Nu* 
fifice 410 f 

Lies not in 1 N^;rr 0^ii> 439 £^ 

Vican Vide|diirforu 

tDi 3IUtra rcmols^iiDd* 

Whic It ]S| wbere ic lies^ md 

far whom 111 

The Form of the Wiit upon 

tbf Btlhop*i CertiftCiCc ik. £ 

When dircftcd to the ShcriC 

mod the Form thereof ik. F 

WhiC the SheriiF ought to do 

ill Q 

The Form of the Biikcp*i Ccr* 

tifkice tK B 


lo i H»mm$ R^kgianJ§ 149. 
iSt, F,G,A,B 

No Perfon (kill be « Viauatlef 

daring the Time tbit he is Miyor 

or Sberifft &c, of any Town 3 84 


The Form of the Writ igiioft 

them jif 

The Forfeittire ik, B 

31oiJcI)rr» | 

Where i Mm miy voucli and 
doch not, he (bill not have a 
Wsrrtmits Chmri^ ?98/, 399 O 

Whit Lindi of the Voucbers 
are liable ^. 

A Mm cannot vouch in 
A/r»zc 499 , 

When he may in Uk AfTde oi 
Novel DinVi/io 39^! 

Miy vouch it large in a 
iAmcifwr 39^5 Iv 4rr»4l^'^ 

Lies not in a Mrftf a^ir 419 g^ 

SlfurfiAtian* Vid. tit. liittmu 
mm and Auirc 3|m{iri>tf ♦ 

Proccri to Utlawry Uci in m\ 
Writ of Accompt 1 59 If 1 

The TABL B. 

TH E Nature of if, md «- 
giittft whom, for whom, 
andwbHicUes 130/, i3i,t3}It, 

The Form of the Writ t giinft 
Tcfitnt ia Dower 113 C, 124^ 
Agtliift Tenant for Life, or 
Yc-irs 133 C, 128 F 

Whttt it is brought by an Ab- 
bot 133 D 
Where by the Heir, and when 
ik, 151 A,B, 131 £, 134 
Agiinft whom eo be brought 
1:3 £,F, 124^, 11? B 
By rhe King's Grantee in Re* 
ferfion !14H 
The Form of the Writ againfl 
Tenant by Courtefy ji^ C 
Where the Hcif grants the 
Reverfion in Fee ih, D 
Where it lies agiinft Tenant 
I ftr Couf tcfy ik D, E 
The Form of the Writ againft 
Tenant for Life or Vcars 1 36 S, 
HJ, 1330,134 
The Form of it for an Abbot, 
or his PrcdcccfTor 126 A 
The Form of the Writ againft 
Bxecators 1*. fl 
Againft Baron and Feme li C 
For the Heir agamfl Baron and 
Feme j 37 
Far one which was a Copartner 
ifrer Parti rion ik.D 
For Coparceners 134 
Aijinft Grantee for Tenant 
fcjr Life? 127 I 
A^iinft Lcffce of a Farfoo, Pre- 
bencirffy &t. iiSF, 133 O 
By Gtancee of, or be in the 
Kevcrrioo ii«o,H, tJ^A,B,c,[> 
ijci£,H, 131 C, 133 I 

6y Grantee of a Remainder n^ 

For the Lord by Efcheat 1 3o< 

Againfi Tenant by £%i#, ar 
the Executors ih. H 

Agalnft Eftbeatori and Guar- 
dians ^yt A.B^C 

fietwixt Tenants tn Common 

Ey Guirdtan in Socage 132 G» 

What ftaH not be accountrd 

Wide %i^K,L,M 

Feme citcufcd by the Husband*! 

Death ih I 

For not repairing of Banks lij^ 
To plough a Meadow - 1 |j 
Lies not igaiiiQ Tenant in Tail 

ii/>rr/ Poflibility jh, p 

What Trees ftill be Waftc jK 
Waftc done by a Stranger ih G 
For Tenant in Tail li. h 

When, againtt whom, and by 

whom ro be brought 133 Jt, 134 
Dcftruftion of Villeins 134 
No Waftc not to repair ruinous 

Houfes i^, 

By the Heir agamft Guardian 

in Socage '34. 13 J 

Attaint lies upon an Enquiry 

ioWafte aje^C 

CMftMj in Withmimtt againft Bo- 
dy ind Goods in a U^mm^ rtfh^ 
gim§d9 151 C, 15a 

The Form of the Writ 153^, 

In what Ci&s it lies, and for 
whom 153 G, f54£ 

Mj» 9mi$tM to a Liberty 1^4 B 

It m»y be awarded out of th« 
CouDcyCourc U c 







The Sheriff's Return to be re- 
bear fed 164G 

ThrSheriff*s Recarn Co ground 
thcWric ik.ji 

Vw tmitfst i6s 

The Form of the Writ out of 
the Chancery th B 

Procefs ro the U'hvry lies up- 
on a Withtrnsm rccurn<rd in die 
King's Bench or Common Plrav 


JvnU eiongsts ik. D, E 

CU^irrantici Dicu 

What Ic is, and where it lies, 

•od in what Cales '^6 A, B,C,D 

The Form of the Writ 36 D 

Grantable by the King only, 

and CO whom co be dire&ed 37 £ 

tUarrantia C()artx* 

Of Lands in ancient Demefne 

29 H, 300 K 

The Form of the Writ 297 jE 

Where it lies, and for whom 

197 D, i9«.a99i3oo 

Where it lies where chere is no 

Charter 297 ^1 298 <* 

It lies upon the Words diJi ti 
€9mct^ again ft the Grantor, hot 
not jigaihft his ileir 298 H 

It Tics not where a Man nay 
vouch, and will not ih. / 

It may be fued out before he \% 
impleaded 298, 299.0 

Whit Lands of the Vouchee's 
are liable H. 

Ic lies not upon an Exchange 

Ic lies agair.Q none but Tenant 
of the La a ff. C 

In what County to bring ic 

By what it Ihall be determined 

300 O 

Divers Writs ih H 

What {hall not abate it ih. L 

How the Rccorery (hall be 

when the Demandant is not im« 

pleaded 30a £ 

The Lord may bring Trefpafs 

for taking of it away 201 D, B 

What fliall be a Wreck 42tfC 




HIS • 


Writ of Right PatCfJt. 

H E Narbres of the Original Writs are to be 

(hewed and declared, according to tho Manner 

and Form as they are in Order written and let 

down in the Reyifter, which (hall be cxprcflcd 

«nd fpecified in Form following : 

And /irft, becaufe the IVrit of Right Patent is in its Nature 
tbe higheft Writ in Law, the Nature of chat Writ ihall be 
fird declared, and where it lieth. 
I'B This Writ ought to be brought of Lands or Tenements, 40 E. 3. i. 
and not of Advowfbn, or cf Common ; and lieth only of 
«n ERaw of Fee^ilmple, and not from him wHoTiath a leflcr 
Effire. asTcnwtin Tail, Tenant in Frank-marriage, or Te- 
nant for Life : For chefe Tenants fhall not have a lyn'f of 
Rj'lbt Patent. 

And this Writ lieth properly where a Man 1$ feifcd in Fie- n AfT. 17. 
fimplei and another rccovereth the Land againft him hyP^^^^^^^^' 
Default in a P,iecipe quhi reddatx Now he, who harh Joft by ^,^,;^^4"^ '^^- 
Dsfault, ought to fue this Writ. Or if a Man fcifed in Fet- gujjJt the 
iimpledie feifed of fuch Eftate, and a Stranger doth abate. Heir by Dc- 
and entereth into the Land, and dcforceth the Heir; thetauir, and 
Heir may fue this Writ againft the Tenant of the Freehold ^'^ ^'^^^"S^^ 
of tbe fame Land, or an Affile of Mortdaunccftcr. daunccftcr. 

And this Writ ought to be brought againft him who hath 
a Freehold at leaft in the Land, and not againft Tenants for 
Years, Tenants by Statute-merchant, Tenants by Elegit^ nor 
Tenants by Statuce-ftaple ; but ought to be brought againft 
thole Tenants who have an Eftate in Fee«(lmple in the Lands, 
or an Eftate*tail| or for Term of Life at tbe leaft. 

F And 

tfrit 0/ night Fium. 

AftJ tliij Writ if %\w%y% Pafenr, and oor Dufir, tl Ofhw 
Writi %x^. And H th« Lindi he ho d^n of orbcf Pctfooi 
tbtft of tilt Ktr»f J or of file Qwm, t^efl rhif Wtit ftill b« 
dtr«Aed onto rbt Lori bimfclf, of whom rk Lwi^f cr Te^ 
HiPWHi are lb bolden, tftbe Lo^ l»t nor our of 1I10 Rejfm ; 
fer rben it thill be direfied tmlo rhe L^nTi BvlV; and fkin 
tbe Chincenor of Emgitmd tmght 10 be oeirilUd rberfoC 
And if 1 Mm be eW^i^d ^^^^* tad m *#Vj> </ ^ight f^itrnM 
tt ro be ufed in rhe Cc^urr of the Mi-nor nf tbe fitd Bi- 
fbop, the Wf if OiaN be direacd irnro cHt dii'tffi of th- Ele*, 
•od nor unro rhe eltd Biibnp bisifetf And fhii Wiit ii 
tl a CommiHion onto rhe Lord, or cmfo the Bi\l\S cf the 
M&nofi th^c they (hin do Rifihr. And the ^Ofin of tbm 
Writ dirr^ed tinto the L^id hirordt' \% fuch : 

\\ tki grsi df &t^ khancnCwmiii l^mc* ftlt^im. 
F , h\ ^ttjt fint iiUfimt ftn^nm riBwm tmtm A- dt 

C. d4 •«« mifiisg, ^ jraf. Mt^U Htr* t%m firtin is I, f c# «/m 
f<«rrf it %i fiw ii irrmm Sfr^^'^^^ ^n-ut dmsrii ft^ #««% f^ < 

NocttDsham /Wt^, sr 4 ; . .iti# ilsmtnm mmd im tm ff^ 

And if the Lof d be out of rbe Retto^ rbeo tbf Fono of I 
At Writ which 0u!I be dii e£ted OdCo hli BailifOi fbal] bt 1 
foch : 

Rtt BsUvit II Cfw»^ Derb. Hm*. ^ P. it Ci». D«rK ' 

JiTA^'if A. ir B. ^t mu mtf^g ir xn* »€fit ^trrs twm ftffn m'h 
f »# eJdmM. fm.Tf tit dS^ O^m. *^>*ftr§ frr Uhrwm S4r%di> fMf«mL\ 
fUMm Md Cm iM^ f jfd r-tmitu' "jtfri Hmtr. ^^^i ^ Ci»P ^ 
1^ u •-#/, ^i trjiu )'€ftlwum$ it 9Hi pfUmuMMi^ fn^mmiStrm 
^-' •, <^c lie fupf*, 

Atui bv f>3* if ippf: • in i Wni tf Right f^«m 

ht rr'](^ Mp fv by whi: th? Litidia e bQlde^, <^r. 

A ii are hokkn of the Uitf, Of of tbe Qiic«a^ 

ft i.r, m in Btifgi|i, thtn t&e Writ fca't be di* 

r > the KjDi^, ot Queen** B^iGHi, and the Writ 

ih - h: 

H^nricai O J ^«f//ft/s, ij-'r f«/Z;^/PfiLiilCobi*/AStf4». 

PfdZAfimiti vrfctf, ^.1/ ^ dJMtim f -'»w«i fw^fi* A di 

B^ ^ «■» m fnspi imm ffrfrsV f» f W fi!«it* f«Kr* 

dlr tiliv ^rr hkttwm S€r\4tiitm mum ««^^<~ / «* #«»««• ^t aaol^j 
St^iHta, fmd W. ir B. fr db]/9rr*p «r m^ltm tmdi d^mtrm j^mB-S 
^f drflSm rf5*\ &i " 

And tf A Mtn fue t H^tf «f a«>^ ^JVt? of LaoJt Of 
vlildi trcholdcn by a KfitgbiVFtfj 



ff^rit of Right Patent, 


oTtht Writ Qiilj be : Dt wt9 m^fuMg & x. scr ttnm, &(. fum 
sismst tentrt de tt ftr Sti^Jte* feod* ttHiUj Mditu $r& omni $tr* 

And the Writ of Right Jieth of i PtflVge over the Water 
IDf IhMmn^ tnd of PaDure for too Sh;ep, and of ch« Rcoc 
of i /. of Ginger, thu\: Di un§ mfftag, didm sirk tiifd, n$m 
mtm fiiimt. r<dd\ & fsfngto ulr0 ^pt^m Taminic, & ps^u^m 
mdt€nt^ pves^ turn p r/fV i^ W &" di rtddim unius lih*d i^mzthim 
wis\ mmuf ith^ eswtH unim nf^^ mtim fsrii csUsrium desurttm 
$§rum, & dt tertis f^ru unim gsrdinty twn pirrimn. in N* fiu 
gUmMt tmtrt dt no^H per liktrum Sttvitium^ tnv nicnd, V9ht* uns 
€um p^rtiitpihm fun ^um^ntnuvts sd tr^rjitum mjitum sd mMn* 
dmivm 719 fl rum pr§ »mm Str'vth, &(* 

And if the Lands of iny Lord be in the King for the 
Kontge of the Heir, and a Writ of Right is fo b<t brought 
ifi the Court of the Manor, where the King hath commit* 
ted the WardOiip of the Lands to 'another ; the Writ of 
Riglit ihall be dire^ed unco the SiiJiiFs of the Guardian to 
whoo it is commtrred, or unto the Guardian himfetf, if lie 
bith the Land in Ward in his own Hight, and by Rearon of 
the Seigniory that the iieir ii in his Ward. And the Forma 
ef the Writ* in the Rfgifter are thus: Rr* Bjt!L tmjitd, tsrrm 
& igmrtd. A. di 6. Or thus : B^tli^U tttfiod. term hdeU. And 
fitia Writ is where the Guardian hach only the Wardihip 
of the Land, snd not of the Heiri c^r. And unro (he Gar- 
dian bimfelf the Writ is. Rex eufi^. terra t^ k^rtd, B Jaliftiw. 
Pr^eiptm tihi 4sFe. ^uoJ eUm^e tenere deftsdiU. ka^\ &^, And 
if the Heir hith no Court for the Poorntfs of the Land« 
that if is of fo fnn all Value, then the Writ (hall be dirtied 
ttnto the chief Lord, m chief Urd^ and not a$ a Guardian ; 
tnd then the Writ ihall fay, Ef yi^-r di ipfieiiemMt umrt^ &i* 
and (h^n not Ay ai Guardian, 

And it ap[>eareih (hat a iVIan (hall have a Writ of Righc 
of a Knight^ Fte ; and che Writ (ball be fych : 

ReJt A. de B J^i»f\ &e. Pratipimat tthi^ tfund Qfi. W. te, 
J4 Strviit* uftiut fttd. Militu cum pert in. i>( W. fu^d eUmmf n* 
mre^ <^r, per Ser^itium untm pmrH (sUdfittm desur0nr\ pr§ tm* 
Mi S^rvirii^ 4^£* or per Sfvit turn invenuitd* kpminem tquitem i/el 
fediiem^ md eundnm tecum tn exenituV/ilW^^ sd fumptum tttum 
ir ad epfittm^ iSie. pr« omni Servitio^ Or thus: Per iikervtm Str* 
mtium^ prtand Brgvia tua etd fumftum tuum^ md i^finn* tuvm 
iwfrs CtfM^ pr4 9mm ServHh* 
« And there is an Order fct in the Regifter, when a Mande. 
ffiandeth divers Parcels of Land In his Writ which are of 
divers Natuiei. which Parcel ihalJ be fitft fpecified in tlic 

F a Wiit^ 


mu §f Rj^ht FsrtinU 

IT, IDii fft 

I cbe P^fcelii] 
; tfit rw(* VcTt i:g ; 

I r# f^» ffr fTM fmf hf 

tttJt £ at- 


w .,v Willi deh^ind t^ Hoortfp ind ] 

im) to Act 

,1 _ ^T. _ 1 , ^^j if(ctw»rdi ill fli« 
y, or the ihitd P^rtof 

i\ Or ti! t"»ic ACf <U L*nU, Of * ' "'" ' ^ir o/ 

r*irn th* form nJ the VVfIt it^ Bc- 

. frr#, twa »*rnmm* iitU^iJ ** tn^m 

rr^ rn N <-*<, li' &f the &ccr|iuQn iktti tlwAyi be in the 

AihI 1 Wi ly b« broygbc igatnR diven Td* 

xi r^ «4.i I ._,.!> Uverally ; and cben the Form, 

A, ti. <i?'f * PT^tiftmm$ tthi^ ^d^ &C. f A 
i,^. , . , » . .>. . . „^. A* iff xar mffu itrrje ^iini ^////it wr. la N* ^tf« 

f rri To tlKWotd [L«nd] fiuU be ici cbe End 

^ f Rigbr be brooglic in Hie Crrurtcf any 
k (ball be then dirrded ttt ibc fiAc Bi. 

A tinro An Abbor^ tlitfi ebe Wtit 1 

Aod »•' «n thr iiincct * tt rf any BlOloprkk 

Wfic of Riglit i}i4ll he bffi ^, K entire of any Land 

.-prhlcb Are of ibc BUlioprickf whi the king'f f landj 

by Reafun of ihe Vtr virion nf th ^ ,..,.. cV. fben ibe Wr 
fjf Kighf ftiill I'Cv ; o chcKingSUailiC 0» oaio llw 

Ihlltffof him ^^ho i, ,.i. ^,:i -- -'-^^ -- » '»^- r-^^ 
Urit it fuch; R^x Billion , 
Or thut: Rrjf B#// vif H. Lin^^'i'i ^r 
'u»^;i, ^C. f«tfi etsmst itmri d4 fr^ 
|hai, if It be dire^eJ UDto the Hail ill) ti 

Pf^rit of Right Patent. j 

F But the Lord may give Licence unto liis Tenant to fue 
his ^ric of Right in the King's Court, or the Common Picas, 
before the Juftices ; and that as well after the Writ purcha- 
fed and returne'.i into the Common IMeas, a^ befo'-e the Writ 
purchafcd and fued. And the Form of the Wi it when it (lull 
be filed in the Common Pleas by Licence of the Lord flull 
be filth: RtxVic\ &c. Pracipe \ qtod jnfie^ &c. redd. C unum 
mefnag cum pertin in M. quod clamat tjfe jus & kjtrtefjtattm 
fnam. ^ wide qutf't qtiod pr^d. A. ei snjufie deforceat ; dr mfl 
feceriCy f^ fnediSV C. fecfit te Jccttrum de clamort fnQ profi:^ 
quentf tune fumm. per bonos Sum. pr^di^^ A. quod fit csram jum 
flic* mftfis apud Weftm. in quInHcna SartBy Tri7-itat\ oftevf, 
iptsrg nm fccrit : ir habeas ibi Suth^ & hoc Breve, T. &ۥ 
quis \. tspital Duminus Feod, illius nobis indf rem: (It Cur. Juam, 
And (b this Claufe (hall be put in the Writ after the rf/?r, 
&c. And if this Claufe be omitted, and the Lord after the 
Purchafe of the Writ fend hiS Letter to the King that he is 
contented therewith, it is fufficient. 

And if fuch Claufe, qtis Vofr.inuf rctnipt Cur, fusm, were f 3. J 
in the Wrir, it is not miterial whether there were any Lee- 
tcr of the Lord in the Chancery, proving hi^ Aflenr, or ror. 
And the Form of the Letter of Licence, which fhall be ccr- 
tifie^l unto the King, is thus : 

f^ ExctlUntiJJimo Principi Dont'm H. Dei gr ait J Regi Angl', D«- 
fxijio Hibern', ^ Duci Aquitanix, Dunelm Epifcopus falutem 
in eo per qucm Rrges regnant^ & Princips di.min.t7itui\ ^ia K* 
de S. in Curim 'vefir.-i^ coram Jufiitlar. v.ftris de BauOj per B eve 
veflrum de Relfo^ W. de una mcfuagio cnm pertin* in I. rfiod de 
mbis ttrntury noJIrA licentia rmdiante proponir ivipUci:^ vcfira 
Ceifi:tnini Regia Untr. prvf. in:imaini5 ms n-iflram Cur. njobif 
inde h.ic vice remi/tjfty filvo mbis a II, if jure domiyiii ?ieftri in 
cmju ewfimiii^ fi Mtcidcn'r, In ciiyn ret tcfiimm has litiras m fir as 
fieri f.cimus pAtentes. D.i/' .t;?W LnnJon', nVt-, aino, iff. 

B But if the Tenant of any Lord fje fuch a Writ of Right 
in the King*s Court without fuch Letter, and recover, it 
ieemeth the Recovery is good, and the Lord fhill not void 

C the fame nor the Tenant. Alfo it fecmctS t-^ fian# with Rea- 
fon> that if a Man hold of any Lord, as of aSeic^'iiory ingrofs, 
which is not any Manor, tor which SsJj^'iioiy he cannot 
ke'.p any Court *, thar tli^n the Tenant ough: to fue fuch Writ 
as before in the King's Court, and that tht: Lord (}}all not 
have AQion, or oihtr Means ro annul f his Act, bscaufe he hath 
not any Couit to hold Plea for thar there. In the End of fhe 
Wtit may be thtfe Words : ^^n^a Domiwi: rcwifit Curiam ^ &c» 
But if the Tenant will fue foirh tlie Writ of l^r^ccip: inCa^ 



Writ tf Right Piffnt. 

pH in tht K*n%U Cmitt for Ttich L*odf •* ir« hn^A?n nf ano> I> 
iher Lo d, (Htii ebt Lr»fJ ffli^H liivc « W ir out o« rT- C*i>r>* 
c^ry dirc^ed tjftro tKtJullicci of the Common V 

the L«nds ire holden of rh 

fktil proctc4 ho farther on rh^ 

Pfci (itppofcth the Landi to 

(hertfore He and hit Hetri (K^n ifc i^miu^vi a 

King for chc Teittir^i and the fame Qiall h 

CO the Lord of whom «hc Linds ire hold<D mif tj\ tb« 

other Wrir he doth not fuppofc my Tenure in flie Writf 

•od ihcnibfe there is grtxt Divcrfity. Tsmm ^fv^rt. 

And if i hUn fu? a Wtic of Right dtreOed unta the Lord 
«if whom the Liidf are holdcn, and he will nor hold hit 
Court to proceed upon the Writ ; then the Demandinr Li 
rheWrtfof Right (hill hive iVV/tr dire£ttd uoforheLord, 
comntiodinf^ him M hrld his Cmnr^ tSfc* tnd if he wit) nf>e 
receive the Wiir, rot do Right unto himp he miy itie foTrb 
1 Wiic comminding htm ro do Rjgh% ind thereupon he 
rn^ have zn M ms^ md a t^hnt% ind AttMihrntm ; and tbt 
Form of the Writ o( Jitttckm nt it fuch : 

R(M f^it^^ &€ $i A»fftnift&i' timt fm-% &i* B. fmdfat &t. 
mi uffmt* tsm m^his ^'im f sf^n A.* ^fti^rg gmm nirm B« 
ftr Brtvi mjirum dt KM$ p''^^ffimm^ ^n^d Jim diUtitm fUnnm 
rtS^m tntent f^^f, \. dt m^* mifaMg, tttm ^^rtm « N fmdT* 
§i dftrttJtt ; id.m B hi*nd^t* mflrum tn hMg f*r*r p&^vi fini»mf^ 

Or fhm. prsdiB' B'^tvt njfrttm ftttp rt^ ^ C^rUm f^mm ttm^ 
n^ & ridtm A in pr^miff jtfttUm f*ar{ rrttijsvit. It ncfiri & 
M^ndsfi n^fln ffdifB c^rnnp'* ^ iffiui A* gr^v dMmnmm^ me 
tMiitnd^' $mt f: ^fitm : 4^ k^lfrmr, Vc^ Afwi 

Upon rh4t if i;. l appear fat flull bt put to 

Anrwer, (S(. 

But if the totd of the CoUft hr\& kts Courr. bar iki 
t/»rdp Of ih: BaiUfFs or Officrf w'%\\ not do htm Ri4;b% or de* 
lay him to have Right, or to mike Piocefi, dr* tben rbf D«» 
maruUiit nuy fiiew unto the Sheriff of the County how hi 
iideUyedt S^ ind pray the Sher JF to award fuch a Pr«« 
cepr or Writ w!iich it called iT$it, direfled to hii Baififfi, 
by his Prtc*pt *o remoi^c the Flra btfore him into hii Cmin- 
tys and upon thit the sheriff ouftht to award fuch a Pre- 
cept to hit BaiiflF» &c ini to gountofhe Lord*i Court, and 
there r'TOOYc the M-ttcr htioie the Sheriff to fail Coianty* 
And the Form of th« Precept is fuch; 



Pf^rit fif Rigk Fdtent. 

Robertni A. Piuc&mtt Norf, Edmundo C> J^at, fj9m^m Rf 
git DucMt. (m Lanc^flr. ^# P< faUtim, Si^ia tx qu B» 

sd Cmtt mtum, fit'licct^ dit Lws prpxim*^ &c* ^mj ^. . ..c» 

$it j.r. f>; •iiflJ. Hctt ,pff Jj^v' Uemtni k€^is df kiiU^ntens^ Bsit* 
di f pufAt jui La n can. dt F in ditfo dnn. mff, 

di- . ^*^ $ffi plmuw riBum tmrint /3ff Joh, Q. di 

m ^ cum ptr rn^ (fU4d J oh* Su dtfi^rt at » dtfuitjp tJ*V*& 

J. b- a0u. duli D>mm Rrgit Uutan pr^dsif dt R» fr^di8* tm* 
mm ftp e$f\g^ di0t Bslli'xjt fa'vnt dtHij, S* in wm fsrtir ^ fti^ 

^ pvm ft^am ficundHm ex ^ genii mm tjufdrm Brivh huckfyue dtftuhr, 
f0€€r\ tibi #x ftkf\c D&mini Rrgis pr^tip o^ Jtrmit^r i^j^^l^if 
fM9d it^prepri » ptrjins f m* aaedas nd Cuimm Dtmtni Rtgit Pu- 
€Mi.fiii pr^4 a, di h\ ^ UsfUihm'^U^ tfl thid m mf^prjefJoh^B* 
<J* Jott. S\ per ai^ttm Br^vt in Com. mn pr^xlm tcnmd. [iSst^ti* 
fmmmmju pit h figs Sum. fr^diSf, johinncm S» quad fit sdCna^ 
m^itrn Norf. d!§ Lun^ frtxim fmuf. *pud N, fU le ^nitfi^llOUfC 
ti^nd*^ pr^/4/p Johatini B. indi rtfponfvrm : &" Mtdi t$i Ia* 
fu ism prjedi^\ Sutfi' & hie Precept*. V^t. in C9m. mt0 npud N- 
€n ie ^l)irr't)OUft, die Lume prtietmo, &e. ^nrif fgprsd(09. 

And by this ic appeareth^ thit the Oemand^nt ma^ re. 
move (he Matrer out of the Lord's Court into the CoQii. 
ry Court: And ic fcemi rcafonable that the Teninc miy 
•Ifo remove the Matter by a lUt ni*de by the Shcriif, fup- 
poCing that chc Bailiifs of the Court do favour the Deman* 
dint in the Matter: T^nan flusft *^ for the Rule in the Re. 
g ftcr if, that the Tenant may remove the Pica out of the 
Loid*s Coutc for good Caufc bcfotc the Juflices in the 
Common Pleas ; but the Demandant cannot fo do, bccaufe 
he may have a Tolt from the Sheriff, co remove ic out of 
the LofdS Court into the Councy-Courr. 

And when it ii in the Counry, he may remove it by 
MRfcerdari befote the Jull ices in the Common Pleas. And 

) by t\\\s Ri*lc it feem^, ch^t the Tenant cannot remove the 
pica by a T%tt out of ihe Loid*% Coytc into the Cmjnty, but 
he ought to remove It into the Ccimmon P^cas by 1 Ret^r^ 
dsn, he, and that for good Caufc Oicw-td in the Wrif. 
A|ld the Writ of Rec%rdar§ is fuch ; Rtx Vti\ &c. /j%. ^r<f, 
iipimut tiki, quti ajfumptts tecum qaatHsr dif.ret, ^ ig*i. Hi* 
litikm dt Comitat. tu$^ m f^p^i^ pcfona tu» sutdat ad Cw* 
A*diB. Cy III phtiJi Cur, itU recprddri fit U^mUm fus tf 
in tsdtm Curis per Bre'ui mpum de feila^ tnttr \V , PiltnUm 
ti S, Tmenetm^ de uuo mijujf$. eum pertn. in B & l^fprd, it- 
iW kahfOf C9fam JufiUiat" noftnt spud Weftm. in kv, j^nBi 
Mkb. fnk fiiilif tue, & fiiiiU quaimr leiaiium hminum ejufi- 

F 4 dim 


prsiiti^ djr0 

7 .» 

fswr tfjf Vif. in Lt^mU prMdtBs^ nt dUrvri 

And thtte tie mtnf mhtt Cafcf put in the Regifter of 
Remover of chb Pkt into tde Common Pkif ir the l»utt of 
tbe TenanL Af if tfie Lord tike Ufxm btm for rci mainf iln 
f^ H. vfHe Mirter, ro hive P^it of the I>ti(I. Or if rhe Tcainc 
14* tiH.4. iUcdgff Bartlrdy, or plctd « Forciga Plea Ufo 

IH 7' »o "^^" ^^^ ^'^^^ ^^^*» ^ ^^^ ''^^" ^^' ^^ 

I fie i p!i y«movcd the Plct by 7«/i into che Counrv, then in. 

Ma«D)cr. ^^w^ nuy remove the fiine into the Common i ,.-. -j i 

III* Pt»f, without cxpr^iHng any Cittfi; in the Fme. Dar th« 

Ttnint ctfinot remove It, without a Caufe bttiptcircd in 

the Pmt, 

And It IS i Rulr, thit a Rtnfd^rt U not given to remo^t 

iny Pfci in a Writ of Ris;hf, but fof th« Teninr. But 

if given fur the Defendant , but thit 0ughr to be tju/ of tbi 

Councy-Courf. And the Form of the p0i« for tlic Dcmao- 

dant 11 fuch: 

R/Jt $''tt\ &!* fslmffm. Pmf, 0i fffUtimm FiUt^, €9rim 

Jttftuisri i r ntflhi 4pt$dW cdm. im O^ahs t^nB, TViw fnaeim, 

fiaigr'\ UfiteUm *fM rft m Cvm. tn^ pr Brmt n^flr dt ft/-/* 

iw'tf A. P^t€nt\ & T. Tinitft\ tit u^ mtfmtg* turn ptttin rm T* 

, ^ fttmrn^ fiThMt$umm,fr£d T* ^n«dfmm:fu tih^ f^^fniLim* 

dt fffpmfur' * ^ hdhfst ifi Sit$n\ iif hn Bnv/^ 

And here if not f«id [^ind mmthit Wni^\ bec«ufc rhe Ort* 

Sinai Wfit if Hi^hr p^tait dofh femiia wich the Dtmtn* 
inr, ind not wich the i^hcriff, &«. as do other Orlgtiii] 

And if the Tenant vill remove the P*ei 00 1 nf fbc 
County by P^wt he ought to (hew Tome Ctofs in the Writg 
and the Writ is fuch : Krx fit*, i^t, Pmt twmn Jufiiu 
mfiru jp^d W'tdm* ifi Kv S^nBi Trip, fnxfm. fniB^^^ Li* 
m<Um ^»^ tfi m Cmt. /«, Cf- ut fupra ; ^ d tm f^f* A* fmd 
i5«r^ / ; iis\ Li^JtiUm JuMm yirfki jtr^d^ T. i^f f^'pf^% fi 


Writ of Right Patent. 

nxiumt : &f hahras ibi hcc Brfve. T ftcy &c, ^uia frad, A. 
duxi: in uxor, W. Cmfa>ig"i}si-»'n: y:c\ drc. propter qnoi Hem 
Fic. fsvity ^c. fiat ExectiiOf &c. nr llipra. 

I And in a Writ of Right in fl Ctiurt-Barnn, if a foreign 
Pica be pleaded, or t\\tt Mife is joinfrd to be tiied by the 
Gran^ Aflfife, now if the n.iiIifFs will prrceed, the Tenant 
may have a Prohibirion diicded unto them, which (hall 
inhibit the Bailitf^ to hold rhePlea. Or he may inhibit 
the Lord himfclf, f hat he (hill noc hold the Plea, ifc And 
i](b fuch Wiir fhall be din^V.^d unto the Sheriff, forbidding 
him to hold Plea in th- Cr/j;i:y-Coiirt upon the Writ of 
Right after fuch Plca^ ploadcd ; and if they do proceed, he 
may fue forth an ^//jx, and a Pluriis, and an A:t»:bmint 

p And it is to know, that if the Lord or BailifTs do ccafe 
to proceed in the Plea by Reafon oF fuch Writ of Prohi- 
bition, then wh«n rheJu(>ic-& in Eyre come into the Coun- 
ty for all Pleas, the D-:mandant may come into the Chan- 
cery by the Record of the Wiit of Prohibition, which iflb- 
cd before out of the Chancery, which is always enrolled in 
the Chancery ; and th^reiipon hi (hall h^ve a Writ direded 
unto the Sheiiff'^ to fummon four Knights to chufe the 
Grand A (Fife upon the Writ of Right, which is in the 
Lord's Court, or in the County. And the Writ of chooling 
the Grand Alfife (hall be fuch : 

Rtjc V:cy ^c» fslHt\ Surmn. per henos Summ. silt, UgMlet Mi* 
tires dc Ccfn. tuo, qu$d fint coram Juftic. noftris sd frimam 
jijf. cum in partes iUjs icveniit, ad 'li^end, fuper facrsm. junm 
x:t. de legal. Militibus de *vifn de N. tjni ynditis Jciant (^ ve- 
lint dicere vcritat*. ad fui.nd. Recojrn. magnjt jljjif mftrse^ 
inter A» Petcnt. c^ B- Ti7:Kt\ dc tmo ?»efuag. (urn ftrtin. in N. 
unde idem B. qui timns tft^ p-J^if f- '« inngnam Affif, mfiram^ 
^ pttiit KuQ^nitimivi f ri ^ ntcr eert^m w-jhs jhs hiheat in 
mefuajr, prdditV i C^' Jh^M. p.r honos Summ. praiiB, B. qwd 
tunc ji: ibij a^di turns il! "w eld Hon : iS h the as ibi nomma 

A prjeditU Militum^ & hn fl ■- v. And when the Plea is in 
the Common Pleas, th:^n this Wnt of M.igna Ajjifa tligends 
(hall iifue out of the Com non Pleas, and injudicial: But 
in the Cafe bcf)rc, it ihall illue out of the Chancery, wirh- 
ouc paying a Fine. And if the Oemandiint I'ue a Writ of 

B Praeipe in Capitt in the Co;umon Plea* for Lmds holden of 
another Lord than of rii-- Kinp, then the Lord of whom 
the Lands are holden mny lu*: forth a Writ dire&ed unto 
thejullices of the Cnrrnion, reheaifiiig how that the 
Land is holden of liim, cc' mm a tiding them to proceed no 
fariher, &c. And 

KiA u bcfnrt^ if fifed, none C4fi fue oc oitintim 
Writ ^f Ktghi ?Mrm», tor thcy who Ka«'« in Eftifc ia Ffc 
fimple, »» Tentnt in Pee4toipk» Qt Abbot, ot Vanr, or " 
ttm^ or M«fter of tn Hofpittl ; and a Body pniirick, 
JH^yar ind Cnmmonilty, or Bailiffi ind CofT>mon4lry, t 
and tt\ch Bodies policick miy hive (bcfi Wriri for ibei 
VoffiTi^fu, Dot Pjirfoni, Vicjri» or Chantcry Pr lefts, oc 
Preb^ndiriff, who have f »rrons and Ordmarici overrhtrn^ 
Ctnnckt miiotain thit tVrit $f Sight pmtnt, but anof ber Wr^| 

wliich tf called Jt$ri$ Vtrtm \ cbe Natuic of whicb Wj 
Ib4lt be after esprefled. 

If a Man briog a H^rtt #/ Righi Psitnt at Her ■■""^ *^'S 
Ancelior, he<^ugbc to Jay tbe SeiHn and Elpleef } 
ifancy vf fhe Profits of ihc Landf in hU Anc«ftor«. nnJ 
if an Abbot, liiibop, or fuch Body polit ck. bring riich 
Wijt, ht ought to lay rhe SeiHn or rhe Efplcea at in Per* 
nancy of the Prorus in themrclve^i or in their PredeceA 
Ion. And for the R^fidue of thif Matter touch'rg the 
Writ §f Riikf Pstimtt and the Count, and the Bir$, and 
•H chc Ciicumftincci tb«ieof| fee tbe Title of Dths io tl ^ 

And note. That a Writ of Right, which is ulted Pr^tq 
im Csfiti^ it no Wfh tf Riiht FAttns^ but ii a Wfit c 
Right Ctofe, and ik^ll be dire^ed unto the Sheriff of rbe 
Connty, and lieth «h«re the K in i£*s Tenant, who is fei(a4 
in Fet^riinple of L»nd« hnldcn of rhe King in chUf at of 
l>j& O own, and not of 'he K'ng ai of any Honour, Offlr^ 
Or Mtnof, but meerly < f rbe King a& of his Crown, who 
|lRt Py if a Lord in gfofs ( becaufe ir ic ho!den of him who iial. 
c'M'i^ WaviKing) ii de orccd, &t. And ihit Wric tt as htgh in 
in Nature ti the Writ »f Right Pst mr; and noPeifoacan 
file tbis iVritj if be harh not an Lilt^e tn l^ec limbic of 
liii o^n PoflcfEon and Scifio, or of the Scifin of his Afw 
ceflor or P»rdeceUbr. 

And it lieth a Kb where Tenint tn Fee-Hmp'e of any 

Lands or Tenemenr*, who licildtrh fuch Land nr Tcnt^ 

mtnf of ihe King in chief as of bii Ciown, arJ f 

tbe King ai of any Hon^^ur. Caftl«, or M4nor, ^ i 

Liod« or Tenernefirt by DeUu'r t^i i ^s*i^* f*td rddst 
Now He or hif Heir miy hive thif Writ <^t" HJ^hr, of 9riHi* 
ft tw C#f./i, agalvft the Tenant of the - of cboA 

Ltndf oc Tencmcnti. And this Writ li*^.. .- i.lofe, 
OiaU be dit€£ted unto the SheraH^ and retiirnibTe in 
Comni'^n Picas before rhaJutUcc» there: And in tfti^ Wrft^ 
be ought to iiy the Seifin m htmrrlf^ or io bis ArTccftor or 






Writ (ff nigh Patent. 

Predecfflbf, in the fame Foim is he {hull do in a Wik cf 

fjsi nr. Nor*. &c. Pr4t€ A. quod jn^t^ tSt. rtdd, U mmm 
ff*0g €U^ ftrjirt, in D fttcd eUm, tjft jm Cf kjrriditfit, ft$m 
ii ^ ttfiiti di mbii m iMfite^ ir und fm^itur ^fuod prs^tB* 
ft mjttfia dtffft*, 4ff, Ei n fifn\ t pt^dicf. %.ffc. tr fitur, 
tUm* Jut f*^l(€iHind » turn fimm ptr ^9j Sum, pf^iiB, A* 
9d^ &i CTc rhus i^'aii Albut or nthct Spiritual P^rfont 
fbe the Wfit; SLmd cUm. if jut lidfi^ Jud Sa*B€ Miii^ 
dk^, ir retire dt mhis in (fipitt^ ^ undt ^u ritur^ ^e 

And by thi* Writ it fully appcjr, that Lands which are v. xi E, jT 
llOldrfi of the K'ng a^ of in Honour, Caftk, or M«nor, areB. Temtrgf^ 
not Ki»Mcfi in Cspitt of the king, becaufe that the Writ of '^* H J^ '• 
Right ifi fuch Cil: (hall be aircaeJ unto the Bailiff of the/^'^'^'*^ 
Honor, or Caaie, or Manor, to do Right, &t. Bat whcnv''»^,rr' 
itbe Lands are hoM^n mf the King ai i^f the Cfowp, theyLmx art 
trc not ho'dcnof any Minor, Cifttc, or Honour, bmmctil^ hi.iitn in 
of the King as King, and of the King's Crown as of tCapite. 
Seigniory by it f«lf in gofs; and in chief above all other 
^Ji-IunTirics. Aid thereof it follow <th, that there are many 
irvdetroneous Opinions at (hi» D^y in the fulng of 
i.i«vii<^s, and fi:itling of 0^1icc$, and determining which 
Lands £bali be tak n to be hnldcn of the King in chief, 
\d i^hich not; and therefore ^/^r^ to know the Truth. 
In Prdcipt inCapite the Tenant Oiall not plead that chejSE. t* ij, 
ocoitnfs arc not holden tf the King, although the Wtit ^^Ortifi 
:h fa fuppofe ; but he ought to take the farnc by Prorefta.'*'^*' 9' 
Q, and plead other Matter in Bar, if be hive any Mac- 
ro pUad. 

And ia a Wrtr of Right he ought to cciinr of his own 
Seisin, or oT the Seifin of hi* AnceQor : Ar-d if he count 
of the Scifm of his AnceOor, he m^y z]k^gt ihe^eifln Ifi'^ 
the Time of King Richer d the Fi^O, but the Seidn is not 
frave» fabler But the Tenant may tender a D;:my.M4rk to 
enquire of this Seifin, f^f. And if it be found with the Te- 
Dant« thtc the Anccflor wis nor lei fed, the Demandant 
fhall be birred. But if the King be party Dema^^danr, thv 
Tenant cannot tender the Demy-Mark to enquire of the 
Seiiin, but ought to plead in Bar; ar>d there fhe Tenant 
ftiafi have nolmparhnce without rhe AfTent rf the King's 
Set je^nfi. And k feems reafoniblci If the Tenant in t 
P^i pf f«W reddsi lofc by Adion iiied, that yet he (hall 
hare a Writ of Rtghr, 

And fo if the Demandant be barred in an Afliie of 
Hwfd0imitfiir brought by bim^ or other Real AQion, aa t 




II H^rh of Rigk in Lomlori. 

/ \^f^^^y " S «fc* c^r fucb Wni. »Dd if tirrrf 

r-f// f^J t , (lill lu.c a rfVf if A.iht Psum, 

r.5 1 a t^. rWcf : And to ir (cemeth. If i _ ,,.- by Defaul in A 
a tK€ Ji VVfjt fjf Riffht before the Mifc join'd, yet he ibiti hiv< • 

J^ ^'j' Mifc joined if it othcrwife ; for thtn Jijif tfur Iifiit 

iSIfJ D?^F^*^"« che Judgment Uitll be fiflit, 4» v , ^^linft ch« De- 
/««£f. yfiui/mandinc by Hit Nonruiri is sgibU the Tenant if be ma.ks 
^tf^wi^r/ Deftuh after, 
Mr i^^f 

Hfs^UjhMfl m{ hf^tvtH, W # Pc it dp: pht!! l/Ttt* i fir furMdvmiitri ht 
fdw hif Dtfif**'i . Bui Juiitntnt fifisU wJxrt is ^ygk mtt ft iff in s Writ if Rights 
flail i;HU uhti! it kt rt\trf(d. 

And s M^n (hall have a Writ of Right Pattot of t % 
19 welJ ai of Land. 

iVrit cf Rigk in London. 

WR IT if Right l^srtnt rii Lmim Heth of Landsi or Ti* 
nctTicnff within the City, &t. by him mho elaifas 
to £Aate in l*fe limplc in the Lindt Bnd Tenementf, and 
nor by him who claimf an tfOare for Life, ot in Taif, or 
to Dower, ctr by thf Courrafis. For if Tenant in F«r-fii 
pic hilcth hit Ltndi in /.wrfw by Default^ w by Verd 
it fcemtth thit he OiatJ h*ve a Wiit of Right of 

Ltnds dirc^^cd oato the Major and Shttiffs and it 

be in the Nanirc as a fVrit if Rigk Pstmt. And the Pornt* 
tjf tha Wiic isfuch: 

fm* diUrtifir fltnitm ttttmm irms it E. ^ N. M vmmffmsg. i^^ 
dmit rm ftrnn, m Li^nd*, ^um itsmmt ffmrt dt 

ftr / . 'iM**, £?€- *»^^r W d itf^riisf^ m mmflm is 

ilMftfMfim s'4ii*mtii ffrt d Tifir, &<^ And ir fhall 

be faid in this Wnr, k . ,: ; ;, ytn^mn isUt Ctm, fstit 

&i. becatiferhe Writ ti ai well cnto the Shcrt,f of fbc f 
City at onto the Mayor. 

And the fVrit $f ktfht pMtint, which (half be difcj 
unto another Ciry crB^r - *- '^ " * - ' ' '? Pc^rm a« 
Writ afartfaid n^ as •; . , thtii! 

tUx MMjirt ^ BM^tt j!4>f Uxor jjrf #'^ 
0Wfd fm£ d:U:i<in flinvm nHttm, ir** h.,deC. i 

'- pitfim'. 0t fiKdtim hvti turn ftftriL i^ ^, ^sul A- 

ffrit 0f Right in London. 

And becauC* thir the Ltnds and Tcnfm«nt« wlrhlri Ci- 
ties ar»d Bt^roiighs «re ha!drti of tht King io Burijaf;'? Te- 
narc. it bthovcrN rh^t the ff>// c/ Ri^hr Psttnt ht dirraed 
-trnm the Old Mayor and Sheriffs or Bt'tllfft, a< Giitifff and 
fOffic<:n rfthe Kin(», at if Lands were hoJdcn of the King is 
fof an H^nniif, orCaflle, or Manor. 

And a^fo upon a Writ of Right fuetl in LW«» tht Plet 
'02*11 not be removed by T*//, or Pme, or B'carJfirf^ as sino* 
fhcr Writ of Right fucd in ihe (Jourf of tn«^fh-r Lord 
QiaU be. Bur if the Tenant, in the ^ri' , .^^ 

%*ouch a Foreigner to Warranty, the D-i .^ 

into the Chancery, and OijiH fuc a S«wt *«' wtrnnutzmt* 
d^m in the Common Plras befoe thejnnicef at a certtm 
, Day, and another Writ unrr» rhe Mayor and Sheriffs to 
[fend the Record before the fiid Juftices at the Time Djy, &e^ 
land then the Mayor aftd Sheriff? do adjourn the Par- 
etics before the Jufl ices of the Common Pleas at a certain 
f Day ; and alfo, at the i imc Day, (hall fend the Record which 
r if before them before the faidjuflices; and when the Ju. 
f fttces have determirei the Watranry, they flia II ft nd back 
tthe Record by WTit which Oall illbe out of the Rolli of 
^fke Jufticcs^ dirc&ed unto the Mayor andSherifft, command- 
I ing them to pioceed in the Pita within the faid City. And 
[the fame is by the Sfamte of GUucfflcr de BHnf, v«cMt. md 
fsrramtim, CMp, fa. And fo {ball it be done if the Tenant 
^"tad a Foreign Plea, the Pica fhall be removed a$ aforefaid^ 
ind when the Matter of ebc Pica is determined, then fhafl 
ic be fent back unto the Mayor and Sheriffs, as aforclatd, 
hf ihe Equity of the faid Sratute. 

And by the Rule in the Regil^er, every Pr^e'^e qmi rtd* 
dst of Plea of Lands or Tenements in Lertdm (ha I J be dt* 
re^d unto the Mayor and Sheriffs joiofly : But every 
other Wiit (hall be dife6%ed unro the Sheriff? only. 

And now it if a common Opinion, That if a Man hatfi 
Titfc to have a Fa^mt^w of Lindf or Tenements in Lmdm^ 
or any other AfVion real, a*? a Writ of E^try jur Difftififi^ 
or other Writ whaffoevcr of Lands or Tenements, he 
[ht to fue thisWrtc of R^ght Patent dirc£led unro tha 
or and Sherifff of Lmdm, that they (hall doRighr, &e, 
thaf the Demandant, upon this Writ, (hall make hit 
Protcllation to fuc it in tfie Nature of what Writ he will, At 
a Man (hall do upon a Writ of Oro/f C/</sf fued in Ancient 
Demefn Bur ir f-cn\e»h the Law (hall not be fo ; for thts 
Writ is a U fht Patenr, which is ditched unro tH« 

Of and : as other Wiici dirked unto anorh#r 




ffrit ^ Righi in Londoa 

Ctcy or Borough ere. An^ I Hive nor hcAid thtt i Man 
fliiU make Prrrfflitioin to (ue fticb Wtir fA'^rnr in the N«* 
fure of whit Writ Hs will Kti^ rbe Ciy vi Undm^ by their 
Coftooif Nve Power (o hold PIcaf of Landt ujrhtn the CU 
fy by orhrr the )t^\T\^% Writ* at wclJ ai by ^Wf t/ Ri^k 
Pjum^ tod that ippearech by the Regiller. 
7IL €* U* A*^^ ^' ipp«areth» that LWan it n<^r ancient D-inrfiitt |i 
tc. )7H. d.for tUfn the Writ of Right, which fktll be diredrj unco 
te the Ml) or and Sheriffs, fbould be C'ofe, and not ^^^^^^^m 
"jj}^ And it appcareth by the Regtftrr, in the rit<e of Jv^lM 
m^r^ * CT/rnw, that a Jurti Wntm wai lued ©f Tenement* in LmJ^ll" 
^' returnable before the Jufticei of f he Common Piea*. 

And alfo it appeareth in the RegiAcr, in ti e Title of 
Writs of Wtfte, in the End c;f the Title, that a Writ of 
PsrUe^ fsdmds wu dirtded unto the Maynr and ShcTiB*f 
0f LmJtnf to make Panirion of Ccnemenri in LmAtni and 
alio there followcrh a VVtit oi Eflrtf^m m, fucd ar \ 

unto the^hciiff\of Laftint^ t'pon nWrit v(*)u*h 
pending before the Jul^iccs of the Com jnoa Plea' , of lf» 
nemenrt in Uttdm 

And it appeareth in the Rcginer^ a Writ of lupiutt of 
Dojter fued in Ltmd^n for Landi in Lmdm wat gi e<&o(l 
tinto the Mayor and Sherilfi of the City, and a Specia 
Writ for the Heir in Tail for Lands in Lmdtn dtie^cd 
10 the Mayor and Sheriffi there, upon • Dcvife maJe 
the Lands tmto hti AnceOort in Tail, jitt* And the li 
Writ for him in the R marnder in Tail, and alfo for birn 
the Reverfion* And the like Wrir» opon Devif t maie 
other Ctfiei and Boroughs by fome Pcrfnni toothers, C^f. 
And thcfe Wiiu are in (he R:gi(ler after the VVril of ttrmim 
ifff* in the Remainder, /«/ 3^4. 

And by thcfe Wrir\ a appeareth, that a IVwit #/ Righi 
Pstitft^ uhlch is dire^ed unio the Mayor and Shertjff of 
Lmdm^ U not fuch a Writ as a Man (hat) decUrr there^ 
upon in the Nature of vhat Writ he wilt, tfrc ai it ikall ba 
upon a Writ of Dr9it Ciift fatd in ancienc Ocmetn ; 
tbat it behoveth to fue in L$ndm hti Wnt in the Nature 
fuch Writ ai his Cafe requirech, &i But Qm^rfuttL 
of that which was ufed in ar>cicnt Times in Umdm. 

And it appeareth in the RcgiOef , that the Ring flMtl lum 
ft Writ of Efchear tetornable Inro the Km^U^Umsk, lor 
Lands in Lhidfw efcheated unro tiie King ; and by the Gma 
Reafon another Man (halt have a VVr it ot other Natura^ ' 
returned in the Comtnon Pleas. But the King hath 
fogatave in this M^Uct before others^ co Am ill uliat 

lall ba 
Ufa ■■ 

JVrit of Right of Dower. 


he Will ; hm he cannot a!r« or chmge the Natcre of tfce 
Wrir, othctwifc than the Law giverh the Gime to him tad 
I other* ♦ and therefore gir-rr* of this Marten 

There is alfo another Saic which Jierh in a City or Bo- 
rough for L«nd$ or Tenements, by Ufage and CuiJ^m of 
I rhe Ciry, and that is by Bill without any Writ out of the 
fCh»ncery ; and the fameisctlicd a Bill of i>«'/B Ftrce, or an 
Affifc ofF^tJh Force, and litrh only where ■ Man is difleifed 
of bif Lands or Tencmcnti in any City or Borough, or Do. 
forced of any Lands ot Tenements after the Dtarh of hti 
AnceOor, or after the Dt^ath of hii Xcnant for Life, oi in TaiI, 
or in Dower, or the like; now with'n xl Days after the 
Title accrued unto him, he may fue this Bill of Frtjh Ftm, 
and (hall make ProtfUarion to fue in the Narme of whae 
Writ he will, as Aflifc iit Mortdsunceflor^ or Affife of t^§vtl 
a^jlffijtn, tit Intrujim, or of Brmf//*», or in the Nature of any 
other Writ, as his Cife doth require : But after the xL Daya 
paft after the Title accrued unco hirD| he ought to foe m 
Wiic out of the Chancery, directed Co the Mayor and She* 
tiSi ot Lffidm, ai the Cafe lieth. 

And alfo it appeareth by the ancient Treatifc o£ t^jturs 
Brfvium^ that if a Foreigner fue ^n Aflife, or other PrMcift 
fVMaf fiii/jff of Lands in Lmdm in the Common Pleit, ^c. 
I that the Mayor and Sheriff}, &c> may demand Conufance, 
>r. And therefore it feemeth, if they do not demand 0>- 
PnoCinceof the Plea, but fuffcr the Recovtry to pafs in the 
Common Pleas before the Jofliccs, that then the Recovery 
i« good in the Common Plea< for the Lands in Lmd^n. And 
when the Mayors and Biiltffk Ihatl demand Conufance of 
Pleaf, and when nor, and whrn they have fmccafed theit 
Timei appeareth in th^ Tn\t ConufMmt ^ Ja the Abridgments 
fliore it large *, and therefore fee theic. 

Writ pf Right cfDcmr. 

T HE mitpf High ^fOtwtr is Patent, and fhal! be di- 
refted untn the Heir, to foe in the Court of the Heif 
as it appeareth by Brttfim, And where the Writ il dtreQed 
onro rhe Heir of the HuvbatiJ, and the fame Heir u fciftd 
of the Land whereof the Wife demandcth Dower, then if 
he will not jfllgn Dower unto the Feme, the Feme who ta 
Demandant may remove the fame by a nit into the Coun» 
ty, and alfo may remove the fame out of the County into 
the Common Pleai by a Po»e^ ^c. without (hewing of any 
|<!iafe in the Wiit^ as the Demandant ihall do in a Writ oif 




Riftht ^itfll^ But the Tenant in • Wric of Right Fifrtir nufl 

niit rcmo^ * TNi out of fhf Counuy into ihf ^ i 

Fk^f, ^ vrn^ ofCtul't in the Pmt> An ^ 

fUfir in ^dfrnt^ nr in z l§^rtt 0/ (i^i^ *j 

Dtwfr^ III I i ft» fh* Cf>mmon Pleti bjr 

in the VViir. And wha .*i gooJ ro re- 

fliav« the Plei cmt of the Loul \ Comr, or nut ot the Cnon*' 
fy» and whit not, does ipprar in ths Regifter ; in J there- 
foce fee rbt CiUiVs there. But the Dcmandtnt cannot re- 
tpove th- Ple« out of the Cnurr of the Heir by « Pvm^ be- 
caofe be ought firil to remove ir by • r*/f into the Oirnty, 
and from the County he may rtmnvc tt into the Commtrn 
Ftoif by a ?#«/, wrrhoyt ihcwing of Ciufe in the Wtit^ if 
bflbre ii fiid. 

And in 1 mit #f Right t^aient the Plei may bs remoir^ 
« f he T«tiint*4 fuit by a Ratrdtre^ otit of c be Lord's Coort,^ 
into the Common Plcaf, before the Jul! ices there: Aod by 
ibc fame Reifon it feemcfh : uy b< tcmovcj at t' 

Soir of th* T'Oint, in a U ./ $f Dtrw.r^ out of Uli ^ 

Heit*t C' ' the Cnmm.a Picas be^Vjtc the Juflictf 

there, b> , for gfiod CiM(t, Out St^4^*, 

And it the ilutband do cnfeolf a Stranger of aU 
L^ndii and dieth, ind hit i^cir hitb nothing by DefcenC 
now if fbc ^cmc be to fue forth a Writ ef Right §( D»wfr^ 
ic feemeth that Ihe IhalJ fue her Writ 6) flight ef tH\ 
direQed iipto the fame Feoffee, ci*-f, tor after the Eidow. 
oicnc the reoffee IKalt be her Lord, and Ibe fliaU ho Id thrt 
Divwer of bim by Fealty. But befi^re the S'atufe di /! * 
gmfum tfttmrum^ if the Hm^and enfeoff a Stringer of Fir- 
eel of hii Lands, &t. to bold of him, then if the Tcme h- to 
fue a Wrii pf Right pf Dt»ff agjinA the Feotfcf, the Wta 
Ihall be fued tn the Heir's Court, ami the Writ (htl} be dirtOcJ 
onto theHeif^ for the Seigniory that remaioerh in him. 

And fo if the 1 1 uf band at this L)*y gtvcrh Pafctl of hit 
Manor in T«i1 to hold of him* and d^rh» the Feme (ba!1 C^r 
her IVtit if Right §f Dtwtr in the Court of the H-t! 
ber Hti»bJnd againi> the Donee in T»'^l, ind rhe Wuclball '>^ 
direOed unto the Heir: Gut if the Husband milce a Ciifc in 
Tail of all the Lands that he Kith^ and dteth, and the Feme 
if to fue a H^nt tf R^ght vf Dowir of that Land j t^-n the 
Hniband*! Heir cannot have any Court, becauCe he 
a Seigniory in gtofi^ and th*:rtfore ic Aandi wi^ 1 

chat (he Osould have her IVn't tf Right §f Da wtr agtinll 
the Dooee in Tail diteQed unto the Sheriff, rrtornable id 
4 t 

, as 


his i 

nt jj 

fbre 1 


^^^ Wr$f of Rfgkt of Dmer. 

P f)i« Coimnoo Ple;u, and (he fiia)] have this CUuCe in iIm 
Writ ; i{4<i# B. €B^itmUs DmUus Ft^di ilUm^ npkii indi nmi* 
Jit Cm^imn fusm. 
2 And fo if the Hosbaod mtke a Leafe of all hisLindi no- 
Co a Stranger for Lifci and dterh, and che Feme is to bring a 
Writ of Right of Dower againl^ the Leffcc for Life ; then 

H iC feemeth reafbnable that the Feme have her Writ of Rigtit 

■ of Dfjwcr againft the Lcflce for Life in the Common PItaj, 
~ becaufe that he in the Reveifion hath not any Court. And 

although that this CJauft*, i;/^ ^(//j B, ea^itslii Dominus, &C* 

be put in the Wtkf if the Lord have not any G>urrtohold» 

becaufe it ii a Seigniory in Grofs, and not any Demefne Land 

CO hold a Court f &c, then» although the Lord did never re* 

mit his Court, and that there is nor any Matter apparent oe 

a cmainlng in che Chancery, to prove the Lord's Will and 

L Ailenc CO remit his Court» yet the Writ returned into the 

H Common Pfeaf» before che Juftices there, is good; and they 

p fliall proceed thereupon^ if the Lord hath not any Court ro 

bold Plea for this Matter. And ic f^femerh that the Lord 

ihaJl not have his A£tion againfl the Demandant for fuing 

the Writ in the Common Picas, if he hath no Court to hold 

Plea thereupon, and to do Right unto the Parry. But if the 

Lord hath a Court to hold Plea, then he may have a Pro* 

K hibition to the Juflices of the Common Pleas, that they da 

H noc proceed upon the PIei» otherwife not* S^^t of thtf 

H Matcer. 

H And this Writ of Right of Dower lieth where a Feme ii 
^^ endowed of Parcel of her Dower \ and fiie would demand 
the Rciidue againft the fame Tenant, and in the fame Towo» 
then ihe ought tofliew this Wricof Right of Dower ; for thtt 
Words of the orher Wtic will ootferve, ofis, muU nihil h^hit^ 
becaufe that fbe hath received Part of her Dower ; and 
therefore of Necenity it behovech her to fue this Wric of 
Right of Dower, to recover the Residue ; and the Wtic ihall 
be direfled unto the Heir, or unto his Guardian, if he be in 
Ward, as a Writ of Right Patent iiall be, ^c, 
^ And if a Feme lofe her Land which Ibe holdeth in Dow* 

■ et by Default in a Pv^cifi qupd rtddAt ; yet, according to 
W the Opinion of fome Men, flic (halJ h^ve a Writ of Right of 

Dower. But it fcemcth, by the Equity of the Statute of 
H^eft.t.cttf 4* that if a Feme lofe by Default the Land whereof 
£he hath had Dower, that by that Statute Ihc (halt have a ^d 
m dffircutt to recover che Land ; and before that Statute ihe 
had no Remedy for to recover the Land, but only an A^^ioa 
of Dijmft if flic were not fummoned in this Writ of Rigbc 
^ rf Dgwer, G Aod 


Writ (f Ri^h dc rationabili parte. 

htii \( i Petne fa4t!i Uc^wer, tfiil tofe the rime by hfTtff, 
,0r Ai^im rried, it fectr ^ Stth ftot tny Rcmrtly t»m 
only by Attaint ; for it i at ft* ftiaH nf>e bivc Rf» 

m ■ *coirtT by ' njfe Ihc 

I; .lid once a Ihc was 

IjI Piiflcfijwi of t^c famt:, (o ihat du Tit e Was otcCUted, 
«nd ft«^ ought to foe an Aftion of hrr own PoffcfTian, if 
<hc be jfterw'iidj deforced, T^tmrn ^mdn. And iftcr the 
Plei rcmovfd tinro the Common Pitas tiK Procrfi U thai 
Qrm^Csft md f»*vt^ C#;*^. An<i in the He*n*s Court the man- 
fitt is to make « Precept irt the Nirute of Summoni, and of 
fjf^nd C/f# md fc/i>C#/i; ittd the Writ dircari untotht 
Heirtirucb; * 

Arx A. f^'utm, Pr^tiftm^ ti^t, fMd fint dilgtimt flenitilk 
tiBntm ttniM B. ji e /jtif ir^*^ C. /# f<tf/* /jrff i^<#fii str. r, 
riTRf ^rrfj'K, /« W. ^uitm dsm^t ttmrt ir 't ni itfi , ^/r Wi 
mm Servii ferity fm^it vnlm dm^rii frr mmm fn wwti S\ 
w\ t^UMm C* ti dtfiHttt^ &{. 

And alfo a Feme may hive a FfWf ef tiJgki $f Dvwit 
of the Moiety, according to thcUfige of OsvMftd^ where fce 
hath rtceived Part, and ii difbrccd of Part. And alfo it ap. 
peareth by the Rvgtft<T> that the Feme lh»M liave • 99Mi 
«f Rf^hi if Dmtr drre^td onto the ' fe'f» whrrt 

he himfelf dcforceth her of the Proii. - Office; tol 

theWiir is fuch : 

Htx A. fsuiim* Prgt'fimns iihi^ qwtd fltmtm nBmt ftmn 
A* <^ R. uxiT, tJHi, dt tfrti$ f'tfft tiitttum pnvtnfitif, it tnjl^ 
aim Qs^U Ahi»utxV^t^km. & di sttti4 pgrn rttum ffdsrwm 
rnrf^* wtlmi rUjt prsri^ ^ rtddttui t$t fMfmm, ^ t$t ta^inmrwrn 
irrvif, vii tft ftrcuf^rmm ptr dtrm^ hffl f'<^ / •^^ ^.«*« -/i'***- 
mwnm^ turn ptriin m. in t^tS Weftm 
Sd li^rr, Ttnrmfw^nm /wvw, f»9i ttmti j 

ttmtufttd : ' t '- r -- ' ^ '- 

Aod by it\A it ippta-sTtfT, : 
$$^h #f RIgh ff l>>atfr of that 
dint or Apptjftentnf u " " niJ u. 

Down, &.\ if Oi^ be ^ - Ji'^tcof. 



.a me 

" hive t 


huldeth til 

fFfit cf Rigk At ndoiubili parif. 

\ W**^ ftf Rtfhf it y^f ^Mahk f^ti i^^c^ Tteth brhrfte 
Hctwiie V 

r Coptr^ti ,^ 


Writ cf^ght dc ratiooabili parte. 

Ttecei, «n«l liech forLtnds in Fcc-fimpk : Ai if tho Afi* 
iftor Icife his Lands for Tcrni'of Life, and dieih, and hatli 
^ITqc two D*ughttri, ind afurwardi the Tenant for Life ^i* 
eth, and one Diughrer enri-erK inra ihe whole Land* and 
ffcforccth her SiDcr of r' ^ ; Sifler flutl have thU 

Writ of Rijjbt </< f-iif/t?; ukd fo if fhe Anccftor 

were diflTaici) of Lanjs, anU tlicth- and ona Sifter entreth 
^Jmo the Land, and deforceth htff Siflcr thereof; the Stftcr 
uha is deforced flviJI have thii VC^fit againO her othcr^Sifter. 
And fo two or three, may fuc this Writ againft the fourth 
Siflcr* or the A^nr, and che Niece may Cat this Wri( agamjl 
C thit Stiier whicjb dcfoiceth her of her Part, (^f And tbif 
Wilt licih as well upon a dying Hrifed ofthtr , jf 

I>, Ofie Sifter erircr upon all, and deforce the orh,* s,,m^4v, a» 
fi where rhc Anccftpr doih not die fcifcd ; And the VPiie if^t 
kp i^rif •/ K?i^if P-Mi% and fhall . be directed amp tJie toxd 
HT of whom the Lands are boldeii, as other Writt ff jUp^t 
w; PmtiTtf fhall bf, and (haH be ttr ' 7>y TOi ancl^ther 
^p Writ^, as the Common i^rir <►/ / he, IJnt'drmd 

w Artife^ nor Bartail Oiall be joined in this Wn% for the |*ri- 
vity of the Blnrd chat is bccwixt them* Neifher flialJ tWf ) 
Wrkbe fued agAinft a Sfriinger, and if it be it fliall.abft^./ 
L And if tht Anceftor die feiTed, and one Sifter entrcth into 
K all ehe Land, and forceth her Sifters, the others m^y fiit 
H ^ihif Writ of Right tii ration^hiH ^sra^ or a Writ of iV.v,\V 
H pkfiff it their Elc^ion. And io it is for Lands in G# 
HL if one Brothtr cntreth into all theLand5» and deforc 

Brethren, tbey may fae this Wric of Riphc dt rafhnAdi 
^MTii^ or a Hupr ^hnt^ if the Anccftor die fcifed : But i* 
CheAnccOor doth not die fcifed, then they ought fo fJe 
tikb Writ D: mfj di rs*imitlilt parn. B«t ag<iin(l a SrVangr^ 
ic behoveth to fuc JjJJfe it M'*rtdamctP(rt upon the Otrh 
of their Anccftor, or oiher Writ (as their Cafe (ball re- 

» quire) of thcStifin of their Anccflor. 'And the Form of ihtf 
Writ of Right dt nttimabtU f^rtt h fuch : 
Rfsi A B.Jjfiutrm. Prdapm. tihij ^luod^rrfdilatimf pkftumri^ 
Sum im^of W. t dt dttem ^trij ttrr* cum pert in. in B^Mdt tfs* 
mat ejftf rmtim^ihiifm parttm fitam, t^ud t»rn cmtrngit dt itk^» J#- 
mimrnto ^uod fmt h p^tirUf n^tlmMtfH, itvu^tuU^ *utt smif^e^ r«» 
ftn^mnci fui, in tad. trills, & ttmrt dt tt ptr lihrim $^^ii>, 
itrtigeftrtij^ vd (lUMrt, partis miiuf denarii ftf 0nnum fn tmni 
Sirvitifi^ ^U0s B. (7* S. et deforce ant. 

And by the RejiiiTer in this Writ a Man may fee what Rent 
and Servicn aO the Land which u pirtiblc betwixt die S(* 
fiei$ IktU yidd aod pay ucifo the diuf Lord« andaccofd- 

G % 


10 Writ cf Right dc rattotiabUt parte. 

Jogly pm every oae of f he Heiti to her Pirt So if there bi 
one Dcmindinr^ &nd two Defbrcrjinri. chtn chut : iifM^ 
ilmm^t trmn d§ tt fir Uhtrmm Stn^ntmrn tin is Part it tsnti f^ 
Amumm. And tf ttitre be tvto Demindinti, ind two Dcffbrce* 
•iSff, then tboi t ^«fi ilmmst ttmrt it U firit^frmm Strait, int- 
diitMttii or» 0«#r^Mi Ptirtium tmmi fir Atm. fntmmt ^trvitii^ 
And if the Lind be holden by ^d. fer Amwm and Fetlcy^ 
md there ere two DemandintSy tnd two Dcforceints^ thea 
the Writ may be : St^ii dsmMt trwtrt dt u fer Uhtrmm Sif* 
n/ii, dyerum densr frr Ann, fro iffmi Strvit'^ &C. 

And if there be two Sifters^ and sfcer the Detrh of tbel 
Anceftor they enter and occupy in common it Coparce* 
Hen, and one of cbetn deforce tbe other Sifter to occupy 
that which if appendant or appurtenant to the Tencraenc 
which rhey have in Coparcenary ; then (be who if deforced 
Oiill have a Writ of Right dt rttionjihli psrfi^ againil her 
Sifter, of that which ii Co appendant or appuitenant» and 
the Writ for that Qiall be fuch : Qmd tUmtt ftrtintrt si U" 
hfrmm ^Ttntmintum fmmt$ ^tad di ft ttmt im tddtm viSs^ it '«- 
timt dihtt di tt fir ihr, SffViC, ttnii frf %mni Strvit. quid W* 
Sec. And in this Writ he (hat! make hif Demand of a cer- k 
Cain Portion of Land, u to fo mnch it hrt Plea doth i- 
mount untOt to hoU to Severalty ; a$ if the Anceflor i\% 
feized of twenty Acres, ind hath two Dtugbtcrs, tnd on« 
tnteteth info the Wholc^ and dcforceth her Sifter ; the other 
Sifter ftuH demind by her Wtif, ten Acrei of the twenty 
Acret, bccaufe ihat fuch is her Part -, and by this Writ if (he L 
lecof er, Ike ftalf have Judgment to recover ten AcitSi » 
botd !n Severalty, as her Pirt doth amount unto. 

And this Wrir of Right de r^tunMhUi fsrtt ought to bej^i 
brought againft all the Coparcener* that ho!d the Land, &€. 
and by all thufe that ate deforced of the Land, at it appear* 
eth by Briif9n : And Voucher and View do not lie tn this j^ 
Wtit, bccaufe of the Pfivity of Blood ^ but in ^rMtims^iL ^ 
fsrii the View wa» granted If 1 5 W> 5. bccaufe that rhe Ao- 
ceflor did not die fci^edy &f. And Nontenure is no Plea ia 
this Writ by Brit nn, &c. And the Proccft in thti VVnt» after 
if ii f emoved intr> rhe Common Pteas, if Jtf •• Qrand Csfr and 
ftiit Ctft ; and in the Lord*f Court the Manner U to tmlit 
PfOcefi in the Nature of GrmndCMfi and Fitit C^ft^ Uc. 
f 10.1 ^^^ ^**' ^^^^ ^^ ^'^^ Coparcener may fue thti Writ of P 

^ *' Right dt rMtimshili psrit of the Scilin of the commnn AtH 
ceftor, which waa of the Seifin of hii Anctftrir in the Time of 
King R. I. or H. |. or of the Setlin in the Time of King Tfltr, 
Of Other Kingi after that Ttmei if he can ^^e it. Ai a Man 







Wri$ (f Ne injufte vexes. 

Otalt biv« • Writ of Right Patenc of the Seiftn of his An* 
cefiars ia fjch Times, ^f. But if on« Co{>irceaer cliim the 
L«n<i b/ • Feoffment msde unto ber by her Ancellor in 
Fee ; now if the other Coparcener deforce her of the Landt, 
fhe miy h*vt ■ Writ of Right Patent igatnft her Sifter for 
the Land, and fliall join the Mtfc by Grand Aflize, or by Jj^J^ftaclS" 
Battail, becaufc die doth not there cUim the Land as Heir tOitttkh- 
berAnctllor, ai it fcemeth : Tatnen Sljf^ere. iwrxttbtm. 

And if a Man hath IQuetvro Daughters, and dieth (eixed 
ofLandf in Tail» and one Daughter cmereth into the Whoft^ 
and deforceth her Sifter ; there the Sifter may have a hr^ 
mtd$n igainft the other Sifter, and not i Nu^er eiiiff oor thif 
Writ of Right dt rstims^iti ^Mvti, for thif Writ lieth pro* 
pcf 1y for the L^nds ia Fce*fimple. 

Writ of Ne injufte vexes. 


V \7l J'^' '^ **^ ^* mjufit v(xa lieth in Cafe where Lord and q 
H V y Tenant are, and the Tenant hath hoJden of the Lord p^Vt , 1 1 
r and his Anceftor$ by Fealty, and ao/. Rent yearly, and ofB^i^//'i 
late Ticne the Lord hath gotten Seifin of greater ^nd more ^^^<^« 
Rent of the Tenant, by Payment of the Tenant of his own 
Agreement without Coercion of DiftreG : Now if the Lord 
will diftrain the Tenant for this Surphifage of Rent, the Tew 
nant cannot avoid the Lord in an Avowry, lor the Setftn 
wiucb the Lord hath bad by the Payment of the Tenant of 
this Rent of hh own Agreement, fiuc the Tenant may foe 
tliil Writ of l^e ittjufte 'iffxtt dirc^ed unto the Lord ; which 
Writ is in it felf a Prohibition uoro the Lord, that he do 
D oor diftrain hif Tenant to do other Services than of Right he 
<»ogbt to do. And this Writ in iti Nature is a Writ of Right, 
and fliall be Patent; and this Claufe, Et niji ftceriSf Vi€tf§» 
imtt &4* Ihall be put into the Writ* And the Procefi in thii 
Writ is, Fr'^itfitimt Attgchmmt^ and Difinfs againft the 
Lord, commtnding him that he fliall not diftrain, &£, And 
this Writ ii founded upon the Statute of NiMgns Chsrts^sp.i o* 
which willetb, S^d nu&, diflring, ^d f attend, msjui Srrt^iV. 
d€ Ff6d« UUitit^ nee de mht lihero Itmmtn$»^ ^usm indi debet $0^, 
And the Form of the Writ is fuch : 

Rex ASaluttm, PrMttfimus tihij Se tnjttftevtxes.VilvtMMH 

ptrm*nm B. de Itbert Tcrttmtnto fu9^ ^tud dt t§ eenet in L nu 

indi sh #* fxigst, '\tel emgi fermittas Cwftetiid, vd Strmtis 

fti^ indi f'^erre nn dehtt^ net ftUt : £t mjt feteris^ f^e, Lincoln. 

Jleri fs£4€ff Hi smfhus inde cUm^rm dmiismut fr$ dtftBu 




JM#Dc Reaoclaafo, 

Andthif Wne it aH^iyi /inctilr«l« %u%. wbete the Tv- 

ntoc ind hti i^ioribtf iMf « boUen of the Lord tnd htt J 

AqccQoii by tailqr tod i&Shi)ltng« Rtm^ nr c^tber R^nt^l 

iod Service ( and of Itttff time iTk L<^^d bith tncroached ' 

diver* other Scrvkts or Rcnrt, by P.i^*r»? of fhcT<n«nr, 

m doiAg of otlitr Scfvhts which he « r m do unto 

£i^ eilfT- tbe Lord I then the Tcfiint may fuc t For by Fn- 

w CToichment of Rent by the Lord by P4yo)«nc of the Te*'^ 

Ml ii^iit^ thcTentni ft»a!l not avoid the fjine t« an /fvprnry by ihc 

*ir il//^ '^ Lord for that Rent which i« fo cncfojched. But if the Lc^rd 

wCulritri^^ encroach other Services which the Tenant of Kighc 

/r thi Ti' oti^r Dot to do unto kim, at Homige or Efciiige ; then the 

m^inrs^ Teoinc may avoid this Lncroachment in Avowry by thai 

wjf#j^ »»t Lnrd fof thefe Service?, becaofe the Tenant irny travcrfe^ 

^/'*^"^* the Manner of the Tenure in that Clfe» aa to fty. that h« 

U Afl*6» holdeth rf the Loid by t'talty and 20 j. Rent only, without 

Thari>c, *^*c he holdeth by Iloinige, Fealty, ind Rent, in Manner 

and Forin at the Avdwry 11 made : Or the Tenint may fuf 

thit Wiir of Kt " Jtxtt in th^t ۥ*# if he wijl. And if 

l^H-7->** the Lord da ^n do other Setvicet after the Pro- 

Jfoom" f '^i^**^** deUvticd Uiito him, or to pay mnra Rent than of 

S& yaT' right hb I50|ht to f «y , f hm rh* Tmanr (halj have an Attach* 

moica^fiidl f he Ciminion Pleef, or 

In thrKijigV I w Lord cofDerh opon the 

nt, thca the Tmanc i^U cMmc igiinft him to 

£ ' r>cr : 

. A* Ihfcwedi unto you, That whereii he hoUeth of the 
ifetefjiiJ J^ ilr^, ai f f his Manor rf C ao Acrei of Land, 
ApDQitcnanCff in IK by Homage, Feahy, and ty the 
1 . - f the twcQtiech Pan of a Knight'* Fee^ an J V'^ ^^>« _ 

Sftvtccv en tender to the faid A> M( a Pmind c rl 

yc^ly at the ! '♦ -** ^ c ... fef all manotr of U. . .^.^ ; ■ 
y^C the afot': rvices aforcfiid, veieth the 

fard P^ ftad Itiu^icui imi u? uj voted, and of him dcmandett 
ttod dii^tainetbt ^d fuHtitth him to be dtftrained for 
fiTi/im^ of Reotf for vvhich he is damnified unto hit Denui 
of 10 K And fo noce^ cbac he (hail declare of Damages ill in 
Writ; and then opon this Counr, the Lord who i» Defeti* 
dant Dull make his Defence, and ihall delend the Wiong and 
Faroe, &i, tnd ih^Jl coonr igiinKiJle Pliinrt^, tt\^ fhall fky 
fbu be doth not eofflmifly d^rnitud the fatd Rent of 5>#.^ 
o%*ci ilie other Ser • for he (hat) fay, that rhe faid Bi' 

boMecb the faid -. f Land, &€, of him by the faid 

]Ulieiiulb'etvice«t dnr. lod that he the faid A- waa feifed tl 
well of the faid Renca of 9/. ti of ill the other ^ierv 

1 the 

Writ De Reflo claufa 

afbtti^id, by the Hands cf the afor^^fiid B fliby theHtDftof 
his very Tenant for the fiiid ao Acres of Lands with th9 
Appurtenances, «s of Fee, and of Right in Time of P-^c^f, viz^ 
in the Time of King Edtpmrd^ Ure fCing of Englan^^ &€. in 
taking of the Efplees^ i/jX' R<^nrs C?*^. And th^tfuch is his 
Eighty he \% ready co make good by his Body, &c^ 

And thereupon he who is PJaiiuiff in the Nf inytflt 'vtxti 
fiiall defend this Count, and thereof thall put himfejf upon 
the Grand Atrife, and fo the Mife fliali bs joined betwixt 
them in this Writ, which is it fiift but a Prohibition^ &e. 
And Judgment final fhall be given upon chi* Writ afcer the 
Mifc joined, if ic pafs agiioft any of the Parties; or tf any 
of them be Nonfuit, or make Default after the Mife joined, 
And fee the Form of the Count, and of tht Defence in thif 
Writ in the Cook of IwmVi cf Pkas^ /. 9:>. on the fir ft Page, 

And it appcarcih M, i8. E, i. that the Feoffee fiiall not U W\ 
tvoid Seifin of Rent had by Encroachment of his FcoiTor, *f'*^ 
nor (hall he have a Writ of Ne inju^i wje«/s nor a Man £hal) ^j"^^' , 
HOC have 1 Writ of N# injupi vtusci agtinft the Grantee gf ^ 
the Seigniory, as ftppeareth p. lo. £. ^. 

I And T>iji, io» £, 3 , it ippcareth that Tenant in Tail ih ill not 
have NV injufit vtxa, &c, but he fliaU plead, ind fliew the 
Matrer, and (hall not be eflopped by the Payment and Seifin 
liad by the Hands of his Anceilors; but by a Sci/In hid b]^ 

^is own Hands he fhall ba bound during his time in Avow« 
fy, as it fecmeth. But after the Mife joined iii a Writ of 
^^4 injitfti vixtj fued, if the Parties imparle until anothet 
Terra and Day, and after at this Term at the Diy the Lor4 
who is the Dei^ndant in the N* injufle 'vexes make Defaulr, 
now what Procefs (hall be awarded thereupon, or if Judg* 
Uienc (hall be given upon this Default without any Proceff, 

k J^^cTf. And III if the PlaintilT at another Term after the 
Mi(e joyned, and Day given, ^c. make Default, it feemeth h^ 
Iball bt Nonfuifj &c. 

Writ De Redo claufo, 

WR I T of Or%it Chft is a Writ which is dir efled onto the 
Lord of ancient Dcmefn,which lieth for thoie Tenants 
within ancient Dcmcfn, who held ihcjr Lands and T<ne» 
menrs, by Charter in Fee-ftmple, or in Fee-tail, or for Lilc, 

Of in Dower ; if any of ther 
ficmctits» or diirdfed, be. he 
of Dr§it Chfe dircOcd ontO^ 

comminding him to do right j, 
of thcWfit isfucb: 

e oufted of his Lands or Te- 
or hisHeir^ may fuc this W/il 
he Lord of Ancient Demefii# 
^c, inhtiCou<t| and thf Eorm 


Writ dc Tc€to claufo. 

_f Bti Gratit^ ttC. Mstiv'i! frit it I, /Wid*. frsHwimm Q 

vtkttfmdfimditstimtt ti fttrmdnmCmfnttni, M^mrnim^n di 
I* ffiuam r§Bwm ftWiMtif A. i/l Jut MtfnBgi9 €itm ftrtin, in I. 
fmdB. fi itfw«\ nt 9mfUm init cf^fmnm Budtsmmi fr# ifftBm j 
w^/* T^fi, &C And inocher Wf|i chuf ; ^ ' ■ 

^HM^, 6rc. feitndum Ctmfmtnd. MMmrii Csflri dt Bamborg, 
fj^mm TtBitm tnnsti^ di du^ut fsrtihui fiftsri^ mju^ d* I. fit 
Ikaitmrg^ fnsf B n dif9tt\ &c. And the Order of pmtitig j| 
tbc Ptrcets of Hoafes, L«ndf, Meidows trtd PtOiirt, Cr. 
(hil) be obferved and ufed at (Hall be done tfi a Writ of 
IRighr Patent. And thii Wnr miy be fued of Commoa of | 
PaOure, and for (lopping of a Way, and fuch like. And die 
Writ for the Common i» fttch ; 

Ktx^ 8^c. Pf^ttfimmi tiki^ fu$d flmtm reBwm ren(st» &C. dt jjj^ 
tmnm, Fsfitr^ in T. fa^ ftrttn*f ^d tmnm Me^k^i*, & * mir, 
ttns^ qus ft(imd,C9nfmttnd. M^^trtif frsi^ttmt intsdimViim^ 
fnss B. C &D. §idtfmt\ And for Stopping of t Way cbt 
Writ U foch : 

Ktn BdL Mfif^ft Covenr. & Litch- dt MJtmr, d* C fslnttm, L 
j^tf#/ftff tftmbit R. ifu^ W. inj»fif& fint judhit §^flf»xit fWMtm 
ddm tism in D* f n^r ifi fnfrs ftdt nBmm tjufdrm himttr^ sd m* 
gwmtntnm umm Mtft,Mgii, ^m$d idtm R* fnund, Cmfrttud, Ms* 
Wtf* pr^d* tmt, tn t»dcm Ftt' : Kt idtp vtht Pr^ifimmi, fn$d v§* 
tMtis twr*m v^tr fn^tfhns fr^tiiB*^ su^iiiftf^ ktne indt rstisnikuif 
widtm R. in fritmijf, Mi turn dr ff fit Mum jufltfi^ tmnflcmrKtnm 
fitri f^tiMiii prtui fitundnm Ctnfuttmdintm Msmrit frmdid* fuirit 

And notCt rhat (he Demefne Landt of a Manor^ and rfie 
Minor icfelC which ti called ancient Demefne, is plradtble 
•C the Common Liw * and a Man ought fo fue hti A£tion 
for the Manor, and for ihe Lands, which are Parcel of rht 
Manor ^ at the Common Law, and in tha Common PJett. 
Bat if a Man will fue for the Landf which are holden of the 
Manor, which are in the Handi of a free Tenant who hold* 
cth of the Manor, for thefe Lands be oaght to fue rhii . 
Writ of DfHt (Ufr, direAed unto the Lird of the Manor, I 
tnd there he fhiM make his ProteAauon to fue in that Court, * 
the fame Writ, in the Nature of ^hat Writ he wiU dtclart* 
And the Form of Entry when fuch Writ ii brought in 
Court if fuch : 

M hitKt Cnr. wmit R, N, ffw Nich. B. Att^mstnmfmt/m, fn „ 
Uiftst Psttnttf tffitts R« & lihewBvit fr^fstis BsSi-MH ^mtidmm 
Bttvt Domini ftepr unn tUuJum, tijdem BsMivit dtrtBwm^ i 
firms jttrtt fumdsm Cmfmtitd. Msmrit fr^td^ twtfmnd* tmjms 
Hmut' JtfmtMr in km vm4m : HeiK 



Writ de redo claunx 

' MefiricOf , &c. Bsiltvis J* dt S. fslutrm. Prdtcipivm *v^itfttai 
' j^ft* & Jmt diUumtf & Jteundum Cmfuttudincm Msnerti di G. 
df Si fitnmm rtBum tmtatii Robert. N. di dttdhm mtjnugiti^ &C« 
in W. & H. ^^ P. Cy C* ii dtfonesnt, m nmfUm iwdi dm* 
mwfcm sudtrntnm fn dtfiBm nBi^ &c. Et fufer hoi prgd. Ra- 
f bcrtui N* invtnit Pifg. dt ffof^fuimd* Bnvt junm f r^/, ftil, T. 
iS* W, & prttfftstvr frsft^tti ilJud Bre^t in tadtm Cur, in f^mts 
^ ftmttr. Bri'vis A^pf nrv-r Oijftifm^ Md Cotnmmim Ltgim^ ft^ 
tmmdmm Cmfunud* MMntrii ffMd\ dietm fmod fr4td. P. Cf C. m- 
jmfti & fint juditio diftifvirunt ium dt iiktro Temm. /«* in W. 
^H^vit. dtTmtmwnth pT^d. turn p.rtin, pojl frimsm^ 5fC Sf 
f€f* tndt frHiJjum fiiri ftcundum Confnctud, tjufd Mmi, fr^d*, 8cC- 
tdHfitundum Unfuctud, tjufd. M^n, pr^crpi. tft T. H. M^HU 
•v# Afjjf, illiui^ & mintftr* hujus Cttr\ autd fscrr, Ttntmentm tils 
rtfeifr* djt f^fallis ^u* in ipfo captm futr ^ it tMd. Tentmtnfm turn 
f€rtin, tft in pttt mfyue sd proxim. Cnr^^ t9rmn pr^stit BslUv'tt 
fj* fclfsttTihus tjttfdrm Ci»r\ viz, dit Jtvit pnxim^ fnSur, kit, /J. 
ttpud $. ttntmC I CS* in t trim f^tiMt xii lihtru C^ UgnUi hminn 
dt Vifn, de^ ,&' H* pr£d. infra pr^tinBum Mtmrli prsdiffi 
nndert Tmtments fr^d\ ^ n&mina €&rMm imhtvisri frnttrt, Et 
fMtd fstmm. ttr ptr hnoi $ttmm\ ^td tunc fint hie, fiii. apttd S- 
fsrstj indt fsart Rttignitientm : Et fuod ptnmt per V4tdi6J it 
fmlvti plfgisi pr^diB. P, T. BMlIivum fmnnft ft ipft inventus nm 
fmiritf fu^d turn Jtt hit spud S. ad ^tnditndnm ilUm rtcogmtitnan^ 
£cc. Et ^md sunt hshe^t ikidtm ntminn Pltg, Summ\ O* diffum 
pr^tfptmm pi indt dinB. E$ idfm diti dstut tfi pr^f R. N. 
kit, 6ce. 

See til tfiis Form to make Proteftition in the Book of 
Entries of Picas, /*/• 1 1 y. And then at che Day of the Precept 
and Procefs returned, the Defendmnt ought to appear and 
pk«d in Bar, or unto the Wiity or other Matter, jn fuch 
rocm as ihtU be in an Affile at the Common Law. And if chc 
ProteOaiion be made in the Nature of anochrr Writ, then 
fbe Precept ttiall be according unto the Nature of the Pro* 
ccfi which is given in fuch Writ ; and the Tenant when he 
comerh in Ihalt plead as he flial] da in fuch Writ fued againf^ 
him at the Common Liw, f^r the Nacote of the ProtefVa. 
tion doth alter and cbaoga the Manner of Pleading for the 

And if falfe Judgment be given in this Writ, the Pifty 
' Teatnc or Demandant may lue t Writ of falfc Judgment 

But he who holdeth Land in Ancient Demefnc by C^^py of 
Coutt*RotT, at the Will of the Lord, who is called Tenant 
hy bafe Tenyrcj if he be ouded of hit Lands or Tenements 





Dc Rc^o dauro. 

tb«rc ia ^ncicoe D-^tnefn. he f^i 
Lord of T' 
mint be {! 

rhif Wtic 

I the Court of the 

; l^tofcflgrion to foe 

t!l BotirWfcJudi. 

f Courts be Cbatl poc h^ve 

1 Writ ot ' ' J. \. ' jpoti it the rommon Law, 

Lll.^. tf. nof other Remedy ; but ro lue onto the Lord by wiy of Pe* 

I^R4«U. tition, at tr appearrrti in 14 H. 4* For chofe wfao boU 

|£»4« 19* their Ltndi in baft Tcnarm in ancient Denufriv or by the 

Rod« hold them in Villcnage^ and cbcy ihalJ not have fuch 

VVf it of Drtit Chfi, nor ■ Writ of faHeJudgmanip &f, S*M 

the Stat, of I ft. a. (s^, 6- of that Macfer. 

And I his Tern, which if now at this D^y caHed Copy ti^ 
oaots^ or Cdpv-botdcrf, orTtnanti by Copy, is bur a nev 
tomniTtimf for of ancienft Times tlicy were called Trniati 
inVtItenage, or of b»fe Tenure; and that appeareth by th« 
ancient Tenures tint thofc who held by the Rod, or in bali 
Tenure, or by Copy of Ccurt*Roll^ wer« then called and 
Bimcd Tenint^ th^r held in the Vi1!cn«ge . For Tcnanri by 
Copy of Court Roll arc not fpccificd, nor named by fuch 
Namt; bur yet at that time there f^ere fuch Tenariti, but 
then they were ca llfd Tenants in Viljenage^ or of bafc Tenure 
And when cbe Writ of Dmt Ckft comclh unto (he Lord, 
or unto his Ciiliffi, the Lord ought for to hold hijF Court, 
and toprocted thttcupon according to Law» &^. And if tlic 
Lord milt nrt hold hisCourt, then the Demandant may fu« 
mVVflc out cf thcChancefy direfled unto the Lord, cot»- 
mindiiig him ro Uokl fiti Courts &£* And if he will not liuU 
It, then t' - '^ itdaiit may fue an Acfacboient at;! '^ ' 
Lord dife i che Sheriff, returnable in (be k 

Pleas or lung s nencb, and ihcreupon the Ucmandanc Uki^ 
recover his Damages. 

And if the Writ of Pnig CUf* be clireQcd unto tht BiU 
HHi, '&i* and they uill nor hold the Courr, then henuy (ok 
fuch a Wiit unro the IJailifTv, commandtag them to b^td 
their Cotut ; and if tbry will no( (6 do, be may fue an At* 
lachmoir againil ihtm dircQed unco the ShcttC retfurnabJe 
ai aforefaid, &4. 

And if (he Lord htmfelf ouft hU T^mnt of Ltndi u hich 
are holdeo of the Manor bv ChjTicr in r r. ihr Tramt 
who is oudcd fli4l1 have : :ieil 

unto t^e Lord biaifclf* if l»c ., ,- . C. ,.. . ...v.-,. ... may 

bare an AfTtfe, or rcher Writ at the Common Law agaatite 
th? Lord of thofc Land I fiut it appeareth by a &uJ4*~ 
tT.Regiftcr, chat it' the Deuiandiju bz defaced of J 


ffV/> De Rc(9o claufoJ ij 

In the Lord*sConrr, that then the Demaodant may foe a 
Wric dircded unro the SherifF, commanding the Sheriff 
chat he go unto the Cnurt in ancient Demefn, and rhar he 
take VivSi hifn four difcreet Knights in their proper Per- 
fi)as. to fee that RirHc be done unto the t^arty demandant 
in this Writ ; and if the SherifF refoie fo to do, he may 
have an Mli^s and Plm-iesj and Artachmeac againft the She. 
riff in the Common Pleas or King's Bench. But it (eemeth 
rhac this Writ which fliall be fo fued direfted unro the 
Sheriff, that he fee Right done to the Demandant, ii of licrle 
ESeft; for by Verrue of this Writ he cannot compel the 
Lord CO do Right unto the Demandant, as it feemeth, tsmen [f 3.] 
^arg : For if he cannot caufe the Lord to do Right unro the 
Demandant in a Wric of Droi> C/^/r, then it fhall be in vain 
to file fach Writ dire&ed unto the Shrriff, to go unco the 
Lord's Court, and to fee that Right be there done. And the 
Demandant may fue fuch Wricdirefied unto the Bailiffs, os 
unto the Lord himfelf, commanding them that they do him 
Right, d^. and that they do not delay the Matter, ^e. And 
thereupon an ^//4(r, a Pltirifs^ znAjittt^chmint if need be. 

And if a PJea be removed in the Connty* rbe Demandant 
may fue fuctxWrit dire£led unto the Sheriff, that he pro* 
ceed in the Plea, unto Judgment, and to do Righr; and 
upon that he (hall have an AU0S^ a Plwries, and jituchnunt 
againflthe Sheriff, if he will not do accordingly. 

And note, That the Demandant in a Writ of Droit Chfe ^f. 
Cinnot remove the Plea out of the Lord's Court for no^''^ "^ '* 
Caufe, &c. nor the Tenant remove the PKa out of the ^^|f'' '" **• 
ancient Demefni if not for Caufes which prove the Land to * ^' ^^ 
be Frank-fee, and not ancient Demtfn \ and the Form of the 
Writ of Rccordare, to remove the Plea out of ancient De- 
mefn is fuch : ^ 
I Rex P^ic\ Lincoln, falut*. Prdciflmus tibi\ ^uod ajjumptit 
tecum quatutr difcretis ^ IcgiiUbiis MiUnbm de Contm tu$y in 
propria fir final tus Mccedas ad Cur, B. dc C. & in fUns Curia 
ilia re€triar, faciar l^nelam qua eft in eadcm Cur. ptrfariMm 
Brevf nojlrutn de ReSfo, intir^ ire. de uno m^'fuagia cum pertin, in 
I £? R:c9rd. iHud h*beat or am Jnflie. nafiris^ (*rc. if pariibur^ 
t^r. e^ haheof ihi nomina fy^diSi. t^uaiMr kominum, ^ b*c 
Breve, ^ aiiud Breve, &c, ^it fra:l. A. in f I act t and. in Cur. 
frjid. frotulit Char* am D^ynmi Hen*, qumdam Regis Anglioe, 
pregeniftris projvi niftt'f, per quam idon proavus noficr feoff om 
nfic W. patrcm p'M.i, A. (cujus Hares ipje efl) de mefuagio prdd'f 
u: dicitur, per quod idem A» dicit fe non dcbere nee poJftJtMi w- 
Hs rifpmdere : Fiat extcutiQ iftius Brcvis, Ji canfa Jit vtra^ & 


^rit dc redo claufo. 

'fim, Sur canufince dc droit come ceo 
que il ad, &c,^«f tkt Umd r ampins m^ 
imDimifm #i u thsf^im, ktsHfi he 
k^kmfinmd kit PUmt ^§fi tkt flm % 
miffwm ii Id^ti R ;. Rot. lOf . 


^^H fhe Regiftcr that: lt«^# $immst temrt TtMommts fr^diS^ ^ 

^^H Gmamimim Ltgtm, &c. Bvt ificvi tn fbe Common P)e%s, when 

^^^E the Record it removed, he oQghz 

V ^WHttftUtktCkfgifh^btfmui there to Ihfiv fome fpecial Micter* 

■ pmtmt th§ mlt tkt T^Mm scc$pt$ » f o prove the Ltndi tnd Tcntraeuti 

CO be Frtnk-tee, tnd not inticne 

Dcmefh, oTherwife the Piei £h«lt be 

fent btck onto the Lord's Court : 

IWjTvyi/irld^tiHC;. Rot. lOfi But eo JHew t Fine levied in the 
Kiog'i G>utc of the fime Ltnd % or 
i Recovery had in the King $ Court in t t^rmti^* futd nd- 
^ dMt, &c if 1 good Caafe to prove the Lands to be Prank* 

<oE f 1^ fee-, and if he claim the iMid by the Fcoffoient ind the 
1^ ti^ I J* King's Charter, of by the peoifmerit of Charrer of th« 
6H.4.1. Lara of the Manor; or if he claim to hold rhem of the 
^ - King, it of another Manor of the 

*l^hCMmrt6cf(movtT, P.1S16. f Honour, <S-r and not to hold them 

* thu in an AfTiw brought before 

of the fame Landt or Tenementi tt the Coramon Law t- 
giinft annthet Tenant, thac the Tenant faid fh^t they were 
R^j^ir II. ancient Dcrocfn, end that they were Frank fee, &t. where. 
£ pi*"^*^ 0000 it wt% found by the Aflitc that thty were Frank-fee, 
t^ cm 7*1 ur.^ And another Caufe appear erh in the Regi(ler, becaafe 
f.Caiitede that there ire not any Saitors in the Lird*! Court of and* 
rmiov. I. exit D^mefn to do right, &c. But ^^rt If thij be a fufEcient 
Bi^mtfi Caufe or not. 

If i Frink-Teotnt of ancient De mefn, who holdeth htf 
Tenementi by Knighta Se vice and in Fee, be oufted and 
diifctfed of bis Lands or Tenemetitt, he ihali fue at the Com* 
mon Law, ind not in ancient Demrtn, for no Lands are tii» 
cient Demefn, but Lands hotden in Socage. 

And a Man Oiall have a Bill offrejh Fmt within forty Diya 
in the Lotd*a Coort of tncicnt Dcmt fn for the Ltnds after 
the Dlfleifin, and without fuing any Writ thereupon £ as ■ 
Man fliili have of Lands in a City or Borough : And there in 
that Cafe, if the Tenant hath any Matter to prove the Lands 
to be Prank-fee» he {hall have a Rtt9rdsr* to rcmcwe the Pica 
our of ancient DenHfn into the Common PJeas, e?r. 
f ^ ^. S4* And although the Plea in ancient Demefn be there with- 
0U( Writ, iSi, if the Tenant remove the Plea out of anqenc 


kimd, fi$ 

14. b. 


Writ de redo claufoJ 


Demefn by a Rittrd^rt^ tnd for Oufe (tewed In the Wiic ; 14 H.5.3f. 
if the C^ufe be not good, the Tenant in tbe Commofi Pleas ^^^h 
Iball not fheor sny new CAufe to renin the Plea in the Com* '^ 
noa Pleas : But if the Caufc in the Writ be, wbkh kt tlsimt^i g ^ -,^ 
fi Mi^ #r thi Ofmmufi Lmw, then in the Common Pleas he B. anuen/ 
may fliew what Caufe he will ro retain the Plea there ^ which Demrjn iL 
Ca&fe Ikalt prove the Tenements to be Frank-fee, 9r 34 H. d* 

And in ancient Demefn if the Demandant and Tenant*^*- 
pot thcmfclvef upon the Grand Aflize^ or the Tenant vouch /^ zJi^^ 
a Foreigner, or plead a Foreign PJea, which cannot be tried in ma^f 
the Lordihip there ; then a Smprfsdt0$ (hall be granted out Uafe far 
of the Chancery, dixc^ed unto the Lord of ancient Dt^lJfi* th^i^t 
mefn, or his Biiiiffs, if the Writ were direftable ro thejL' M* 
Batlim, that they fliould furccafe, ^t. And the Party Defin* , ,y'- 
dant fhall fue his Writ of H^an^vt^ of Charttr againlt tbeperTouniX 
Vouchee^ &i. 

And if the SheiifT do remove the Record in tncient 
Detneihe by Rtcordan in the 
Common Pleat , and afterwards 
the BailtfTs in the Court of an- 
cient Demcfne proceed in the Plea 
( notwithitanding the removing 
of the Record ) then the Tenant 
may fue a drtUr^ri^ dirc&ed un* 
CO the Jufttces of the Common 

Pkai to certify the Tenor of the Record into the Chancery^ 
and of this Removement ; and upon the Certificate Into 
the Chancery, the Tenant Ihall have an ^ttBchmms againil 
the Bailiffs y who proceeded in the Plea, direQed unto the 
ShtrifT, for to arrcf^ them, returnable in the Common Pleas^ 
to anfwet unto the King, and alio unto the Tenant who 
fued forth the Rtc^dan. Bur in ancient Demefn^ if the Te* 
nant vouch a Foreigner to Warranty , then the Tenant ought 
to fue his Writ of PV/irramiM Ch^rtji returnable in the Com- 
mon Pleai againfl the Voucher, and upon this Writ fued 
to purchafe a Saperftdtsif dircd^d unto the BiiliiFs of an- 
cient Demefn* commanding them to furceafe until the Plea 
in the IVsrtMntis Ch^rt^t be determined in the Common 
Pleas, And if the Bailiffs proceed after fach Writ fued 
forth and dire^ed unto them, the Tenant who fued the 
Writ may have an Attachment of them dire^ed unto tho 
Sheriff, &c* that be do attach them toanfwer in the Com* 
moo Pleas at a certain Day, & well iinto the King as unto 
the Party, for the Contempt^ isft. But if the Plea of H'jrr^** 
fiW Gljrfif b9 difc^ntinued in the Comiaon Pleti, then the 
I Deman* 


iiR ;* Rot, 10;, If it k$[dtn, tk^ if 
thij procud 0fur thi Record nrna^d^ 
«nd swMrd Ext cut im, that it ts me 
^d, 16 E. J, ^ Preeiff 167, Tift For- 
ty hsd Audita querela sgmnfi tie 
3ui^ii tipom that Csfe: Jnd 17 E. | 
ibid: 1 8^, it wds koldtn that sIm 5,W- 
rifjhslih pttmPtdfir hit Qmttm^s. 



fVrh Dc Mooftravcrunr. 

Dfintfidanf in tbc^Writ of Ormtdift ii%ay Gm tWrir 

cf the Chmc^ry dtnOe4 tinto \ht JtiAkrs ef tl»c Onj^' 

Pfesj, ro erfiifie rKr king in the C4i9i} eery if the Flea 
of HVpf «fifi# cWf^ bepoifiintar difcrntinutd. nr nof, fo 
libar tf if b« dircoodnuedt <i"<^. or deter milled, lie mif feiwi 
nm dvt ftiilifi of ancient Demeiii, that lAiey ptoceed in 

A Tmint daiA fo hoU cbt Lanil^ of rbe Lnri) 

».Ja i,.. ,, Drfneffi by Kmgfcts Service, &t '^^ <"'pn*- ;§ « I 
good CaQfe for to ttmov^ rh< Pkt, b^fc-i l^nis 

wfcich are holdeo oC ih^ Manor^ which fbi^ > ;^.ii ai]i« 
ci^t Df mcfn, (kaJJ nor be holdco of the Lmd by oilter Sf«fl 
vjcei ihifi Socagt*, ftir cb« Ttntnts in tnctme Demefff 
art caffcd S#fcM»a«ry thie ta co fay in ittihpjf Tcruon of 
dbt Pi0ii|lu ^ 

And fheTefore tf the Lord of a Manor in andanc Da- 

defOy b^f Statute of 5i»ir* £ifJ7**ri/ firr#*«r«», mafcrth 

a Fcoffni of tb« Tarccl of rbe Lindi g^f tiic Man* 

. ro hold t^t him by KnigbtJ Scrt^ice, fuch TmanrlbaJl C 

/i4ve a Mmfir^^jtruni ^ if he be diOr lined for other Scxw 

' vicu than of Right he r^ught to do^ beeai*i« hii Landf are 

not ancient Dcmefn of tba King, and yet ehty are boSden 

of the Maror which n ancient Drmelii: Bur if is intoodrd 

of fuch Tenures «hich (hall io the Scrrices of iheRovgh, 

•c/fiL. to {itoughand rill the LotdV Lands, to mow the Lot d^i 

Mbadoivf, '-^ ^^^^t foch like Saviccf if ara for the i 

tatnin^ r: & SuiV«nr.ncf or VidtiaU» and \m Subpi 

and lor h^ii > wcci foch Tenanrs bavt fuch LibeTftefl 

Fri% ilrgei in the Law, that they may the mote quietly u(a 

tiMJr Huabandr)', and do tiieir St ivkcs. 

Writ dc Monftravcrutir. 

TH E Wtit df MtfiJIrswrmi Imh for the Tcnaott oraociv 
enr Dcincfit who bold by itee Oiartrr, and ftoc foe 
dmrt Tenants chat hold by Copy of Court-Roll, or by the 
Rodf aeoordiog to the Cuflom of tiie M«nor« at f tic U'tJI 
of the Lord. And chefs Teninr% oiighi ro be Tmanr^ ^kich 
M4«f alktaior witicb was in the Uaoilt of $> EiW0fd. the 
49 L I. is/Rillf iod Coafieflbr, or in the Hindi of Kiog WiU^m 0m 
Coomaror i wWob Manors ate railed atKient I>iid^ «f 
tiki fcinf. Of cbe aadtot Dtnicrn of rK<* Cmwii of B^lmi^ 
And to thefe Tenants (irbo hoTd ci i4t>Dr»> th«fo 

are many ai»ddtvctaLibenici» Gifts m^^ «^.<..u by cbaLiw a 



WV/V dc Monftraverunt. 

1 * * ' ^5. per Ne-mtm^ TftsjmSf m j 

f/ ^i jUii bs ^uis of nil rf 

7*..- -,,.*j thty I til wHch are ^''{/w^ 
^f thfir Land;, ^i f$ tf 0U Thw 
ix^hich thty kuy, whfth are f$f the w- 
nuTMtce 4 the lAod^ but Qyrcrc tf tlsty 
jh^M k€ qmt far 0M Things hught md 

Vide i6u rto Ih^ll ht fuit efSnir t9 
L'ftr and Hunaffh. Vide 11 ♦ EL Dyer 
577. Rf|?iltrr 1 81. Br. mufa$ Dimejn 44. 
jVX.C, \s. Mirtin, ic. 


" iS, to be quit of Tolf, %r\A Pafltgc^ and luch Imponctoni whlcfa 

Men ihi\\{ dcmtnd ot' them for 

rh^ Goods or Chattels fold or 

bought hy them in Fairs or M»r- 

kecf ; and fo be quit of T^ves and 

I TftHtge? granted by Pailiamenr; 

I if nor, that th« King l«y a Tix 

r Upon in- icnt Dcrnefn, as he i*n»y 
: ibroc great CAufe, whentbevcr 
j: feemcth gooi unro him. And 
ti{6 Tenant in ancient Dcmcfft 
liQghc to be acqutceed^ of tHe 
f*«ymtnt of the lixpences rf the 

Knights which came to Parliaments, and tlib they ought 
ciot ro be impanelled or pur upon Jortes or InqneAs in the 
Gncintrf our of their Manor or Seigniory of ancient De. 
fOefn. if rliey have not other Landf at rhe Common Law for 
trhich they ought to be charged, &€* And if fuch Tcnanft, 
ar any of them who hold of the Manor of ancient Dc- 
mefn, be di(Vrtined to do onto their Lords other Services or 4^ E- ? 
Ctiftomjt thtin they, o^ their Anccftors have ufcd to do, ^^*^ jf 
fben they may fue this Writ of Al<?w/^r^wrwif dire^ed ^^^^^L'^Jf^f 
the Lord, commanding him that he do not diftrain thcm^^y^i wttk^ 
fo do otl>cr Services or CoOoms than thiy have ofcd to do : out kt% 
Or thfV may have ibis Writ of Mmjfravirmt dirc£led nti^di 8 raimim 
fhe and that is where the Witc oi MAtt{ir0vertmf si 

Jirli o the Lord, and that he do not dirtrain his Tc* 

namfs^ &t. Or they^ opon tht( Wtit iued and direOed mxx* 
re rhe Lord, may have and fue another Writ dire^cd iin- 
ro the Shcrrff, rthearfing, That where he hath fcnt hit 
Writ iimo the Lord of ancient Demefn, that he fliould nor 
difTrJiifi his Tenants, &$. and if the Lord will not do it» 
•nd fuflef the Tenint^ rn be in pe^ce, that then the Shc- 
fiUs fhall do it, and caufe tht Lord to fu^er the Tenant* 
ro be in fieace, and that he do not diilrain them for oth«r 
Servicf^ than of Kighc they ought to do. And the Form of 
the Writ directed onto the Lord ii fuch : 

R(9t jihlrafi He C* fa Intern. Monflrav^rtmf n^if kimhtis tmi^O K. f. 
de hgmitrT9 st I. ^/ '- smifm D»mnm torpfui AngJi^/*'^'' ^<*'*^' 

n^ dtcjtur, ifMitd tii J* tif 0liaf Cmfmtud. ^ rnhrn Sir^ f ■'^!^^'*^ 

*y/f»*, ^riMm faccrt dt^n*^ & snttKtjJmt jMt Tmntei de eodir ^^' 

MrniirtQ faftre fdnjKtvtramt umf^ribut ^uikm Mantrium i7/w; . jr# 

fi^ in mani^MS prpgnt^srum ntflrQrum qutttd, Rtg, Ang* vel in Dijlrfjf^ 
Wfmim mfirs. Rt idi9 tiki fr^t^ipimm, ^urd d fi^f. ksmirnkm [(5J 
iMH txrgsff fm ts(igi pmnttt0t^ itlim Cm/mi^ fir slim SttmiHrn' 
t fn§m 

Wrii dc Monftuvcrunt. 

itmffikm frmip, ti wkfi mi msidstmm «f/ff»is Im juifit^ A. 
^i«f«ini, iifjrr« LtQC\ ii fitfi ff^tif^mtm, 7>/t#t &c^ And up* H 
oficbii VViic they miy foe iciothcr Writ of Uimpf0uwtmm^ 
dirtfied umo the Sheriff^ which fliall be in thtt Form : 
iUir Vis. Lincoln*, &c* Umjfrswrmnt mkh htmlmtt jMstit di 
hlmnirt$dt L ^Md tp d4 mnii^m Dtm*m'C$ C§rmi^ AngP, ^ dU 
iiimr^ ^ptid td/m A^kst ix^git sk iU slim Cmfmnmd, i^ shs 
Sirvftis ^usm fscif* dthtwi^ Uc* [ofquc ibi, m mmmit ntfirs :] 
ftr fm^d tfdtm ^kMti frsiifimmtt fnid d Prsf- hmimktj mtm 
ijcigtnt^ 'Utltxigi ^irmintfit^ sUm$ Qmfuftmd. w/ Mts Sirvtsis 
fUinm fsten ^l/nr, & Ant tuff fiu pr^ fattn fi'fmtvtr irmftr* 
ff^d^B, Et idft tihi fr^tifimm^ fu*d mfi tdrtn Jt4*i sd 
turn mj!rmm imfearis^ m id fori fm*^ m smflsm mh 
sudimwm ff dtftBu luftit^ &C- 

And it fcemcch th«t by this Writ dire&ed qoio the Sh^B 
riff, the Sheriff miy char|^ the Lard. ihftC he do iM»t A%> 
tttand nor diCtnin them for ochcr Services tkin they oughc 
fo ^Q^ tnd thtt the Sheriff may mike Refidtnce tnd Kercods 
umo the Lord, if he diflriin the Tenanrf for other Stl« 
vicei, Cf^. ind that the SheiltTmiy tike the Power of th« 
County to refift the Lord in fuch Cife, or the Sheriff may 
command the Neighbour 9, who dwell neit to the Mtnor» 
ffbaC rhey refill tnd do Refcotit unto the Lord» if he will 
diftratn hi« Teninti, &€. And it fccmi they iruy juflify the 
f*nie by the Commindment of the Sheriff, if he bivc Tuch 1 
Wfit fenr unto him* &c. And iftcr the Writ dire£^cd umo C 
the Sheriff; if the Lord diftrtin« the Tenanti may fuc m 
Attsthmwnt agatnfl hitu, retotnable in the Common Plcaf» 
Or the King*! Bench, to anfwct to them for thii Contempc 1 
wx\ if it be found for them« they Qitll recover their Dan*- 
Com. t\% Aid note that the Writ of MmflfMvtnmt Qxm\\ be focd D 
ifL6. 2^, by many of the Tenants, without naming any of them by 
their proper Namci, but general];, Mmlhmvtnmi a*te kmn» 
mi, dec. But in the Attsthmtnt agatnd th« l^rd by the To* 
tiafiti^ the Tentmi ought to be named by ibcir profcc 
Namei, tfatii; 

K€x^ &c. Si A. dfB C dt F. C^ kmnnet Ai^* M. di Mmim 
di L 5««i tfi it mnti^w Dvmmu Ctrm^g AngUs, mi dniim^^ 
^#rjjif, &c twn€ fmf^ &C. fr^diB Al^hMt* fm$d fit €W^ m^ 

nHr slim OtiJmHmd. ^ sits Stf^as fsm fM&t ddmi^ ^ 
AntHff fmi TmmiH d$ itdm MMmfi4f fsi*^ imfmiw, Uw^ 
fffUm fuikm Mn^Ntm ii^ fmi im Usmihrn fngmijw. 








Wrh dc Monftraverunt/ if^ 

^m$ftr9f, ifumd, Rf%, Anglis, 'velin manu mftrs^ /f*/t^ fi />"- 
riit ttntrs ProhthftUmm mftrtm. Ef hmhiMtis ihi mminB Fleg*, 
^ hw Breve, Ttfte^ 5cc. 

And there h another Writ of MonjIrMvtrtmt ; where cht 
Tcntnti of any Ham!cr, which Hamlet ii Parcel of a Ma- 
nor of ancteac Dcmcfnt, arc diftrained by the Lord, they 
Ibatf have fuch Writ ; 

Rext &c* Monftrsvtr, nphit hfminit iui d$ Hamktt dt I. fuoi 
gjf mtmhmm Mamrii di B. ^"'^ ^f^ ^^ 0nfifu$ Domrne* Cerm, 
iing\ uf dicttHt^ See. 

And it fccros that in the Writ of AttMchmtnt he ought or 
may name all thofc Tenants by ihcir proper Mames which 
are difh-ained after the Piohibition delivered tinto the 
Lord; and ic bchovcth not to name other Tenants by their 
proper Names, but in the Generality, Et hmims, &c. And 
if one c£ thofe^. who is named by hit proper Name, will noc 
faei &i, he fhall be fevered^ &c. And he that is Nmfuit fiiatl 
not grieve his Companions. And ic feemerh that every one 
Ihall recover his Damages feverally, becaufe they are fevc» 
rally diftralncd, and one may be more damnified than ano- 
ther, &c. 

And one Tenant may fue the Writ of Atf^chment in hif 
own Name by his proper Name, and in the Name of the 
Other Tenintsby general Words, &c, Et hmim^^ 8fC. 

And if the Tenants do fue an Att0thm€nt againd the 
Lord, bacaoie he diftrained them after the Writ of Aft«»- 
firsvertmt dcliveTcd unto him, and pending the Writ of 
Anachmeiit the Lord dtftrain them agiin by their Goods ; 
then the Tenants ftiall have a fpcciai Writ of Attschmenf 
againfV the Lord, reheiTfing the Matter ; and in the fime 
Writ the Sheriff fliall be commanded to redeliver unto the 
Tenants their Goods, if the Lord have taken them, &#. And 
this Writ (hall be foed only in the Name of thofe Tenants 
which are again diftrained pendint the Suir, and not in 
the Name of them all, as the other Writ is fued ^ and the 
Wm fliall be fuch : 

RiM yit\ &c. Si A. €5* B. kpmsrtef Alfk di C. it msmrU di 
K. ^n9d «p di fintiqu9 D9winic»^ &C- fi€\ &c. tuns fme^ Set* 
f^d* A^Mttnf^ &c. •y?fii/«r, ^m4ri turn nufer »d ^nffsntim- diB* 
hmimm mkit fuggerent, ^rsfJAt. Ah^0t. tx'pjfi mis 0s Cmfm- _ 

$ud, & mUa Strvtti0 qmkm fi^ctte dthmt^ Of mnttu£. fu J |^ 1 
Tmmt. di e«d€m MMn\ 8cc (ufqueibii Rf^ . Angliae) tih fht^ 
iiftrimMf ipt^d f meres fer yad* ^ fmivof ^Itg. frxdi^. A^h^^ 
ttm, fifW fjfd i^rttm mkk d dii Ptfik^ ffxim, ft^teritt in _ 

ftindnim diii, ukitun^uf^ &c. sd refj^ndend. ^mftr hmini* 



34 Writ dc Mbnftravcrunr 

mmait. frsi,) f*4tdiQ^ hnmimt nf^rsviut itfrnMi^ & irnnisl 
mSf tsisltm S€ ^vfris fu0 m t^dm Msmri§ iwvints fit sifitiSit^ 
^ iS Hs mdhiu dtmr* ifm$ mmu iff plM$it. Anmth. ffdd, fr» 
fSMftrt^U prif J .!» maftrt 0( msnds(9tum m^frtrim ff£* 

dia. tmttmftum, <. ^dd, kfmtwim difpimdiwwt ^— -*^^'* ««■# 
^ fr^fuutimit jwfli }%i rtimrdmi\ C? 0stus fm d^i ^n^* 

mfffttm, %t mvn^^^ $msV cMtslU fr^d. tijdfm horain-^tm fir 
fu^t^ntttm fn^itsttm tntirim dtiihran faiisi* £l b^t$i itfi 
ntmns PI g, & he Brt^t, Trpi, ike. 

Aod in thiiWrit ofMfnfirsvtrtmg, thePIJiniiffi m lli« 
Wiit of AtracUincnf m*y count icvcnlly^ and then rhcy 
ibsll recover fcveral D^migci , But they mty count roj^cliei 
19 E. ^ $. hi one Count, and decJafe how rhey were feverajly diilrala* 
rtf,MonftT. ed, ^e, md it \\ not necen^ty to allcdge in the Count chi 
** ^/i '" ^^y ^^ ^^* ^^*^* where the Lord diflriined them. And the 
pciB(iMn0f. f^^^ ^f pI^j Count Of DecUrmtion ii foch : 

A* B. ftmm, fms sd nffntdnUmm CD. &V. & kpminlkms 
ffsd. A. di Msn^ris dt S fu$d ffi di antifw tkmime^ C^mm 
Angl\ &€. dt flsdtt^ Sit^e iuigit ^k 4U Mbrnt Cmfmtud. <^ 
shs Strvitis ^mmm f*€(rt dthtnt^ ^ ttr. snttctftrcs^ Ttitmtu dm 
i^dtm Mamrhf fmiwf* tmjmtwtunt ttmfmhmj fmirmi Msucrium 
iimd fmt im mAnikdt fr»gtnitwfum^ iffc Rtgmm AngP, sd grsvt 
d^waimm ifftrum CD* CT ¥* C^<. Et imd4 udtm Dmimt ftp T- 
S. Antrnn fuum qutrumiMr^ fuad €wm iornm unut^f TmvsU d$ Hm 
dtm HsntrU timftre ^n* Msturium illud fmt im m^m^m Dwmtmi 
Ilcnrlci qumd^sa Rfgtt Angl*, frtsvi tidcm Mv$ thmini Rtgig 
nitm, tenutjfint T^mcnt, fas ftr ar^m %er^ii\ fdi, fuitiht t§» 
rum ttntbst wtsm vvgst. tnt, dt ndtm M£fur\ SiC, fir fidiUm 
i^Stim O fnvit, *ji rq-r [tUtC, & fscrnl S.^I ad Cmr^ dtSt Ms* 
mtr, dt S. ^is in . ^ sd Fffitm 

Pe&hx; tf / in isdtmQ^r. 

fts£tiMfftCf fjciotd in a, m tsdtm Cnn tit tn^m J<ptimsmu in 
ire J ftftim\ &c qmumdim Brtvt tltud ptmdtnj fmt in €sdim Oif*| 
^ qusndt Dtmima !Ux ktirgtt j*tt & D^mimts fus tMUisim^ 
riip &C fr» tmnihns Sir^tiiit ; & f *» fUit T^rr^ ttmmpwt ii 

CwdiS. Hmur\ fimi r^ddttms rtdkrmt^ &c. £t tidkm T*Mt»tti 
xj^jmtdi ftMtum tfnttnmaftnt m ttrnftrt ijufd Heit, fr$sr^i, &^ 
dt Rtgt Iff Rtgtw frtgtmttrumt 2tc. tijfmi ml tiWfm ff^d^ Dim 
mtni Rtgis Edwirdi svi, &c, Qtudfr^^m K Dtmimuj Ms* 
turii frddttli, dtfintxtt ifJH CD.^F* & s!iU kmims^ &c» 
md SiB»m fsti^riit mJ frtfstmm Qttri^n dt trt^iu frftitm* »tt tm 
ftfUmdmjt$ ftr tttmfi Anmum, Sfe ^ tslLswd» 'pjtf ah§ ^ ksjTt 
fft^tdltLUtsst fus^ txigtrtd, Mb t^t* 

^ siiS SitViUM & U^ «!■ 


Writ de Motiftraverunt. 

d*lftm^ me fMMnt, unde die qmd dtttrictBti ftmt ^ dsmnam 
hsi^fttf ad valniisam C. L & indi pfodue. StBim, &C, 

And whether they (hall recover fevcrally Damages upon 
the joint G)iinr, it ii a Doubf, yet ic Ceemetb rcafooabjc 
that they may, becaufe it is fevera] in its Natur^« because 
they count upon rhcir fever a] Tetiures* &€ and how that bet 
hath diftrained them fevcrally ; by which it feems but rca* 
fbni'blc chat the Jury do enquire of the Damagci {everalfy^ 
if they pafs for the Demandants, or that feveral Writs of En* 
ijdiy of Damages be awafded in that Cafe, if the Matter ba 
adjudged uiih the Demandants. Dut ic (eems no Tenant 
Ikall recover Damages, but thofe \%ho arefpeciilly named in 
the Writ of Attachment fued upon the Mmftravtrmit^ tnd 
not the other Men. 

And note, that the Lord of ancient Demefn flxall not be 
put to anfwrcf to the Writ of Atrachment fucd apinft hint 
upon the Mmfir^vcrunt^ before the Court be ccrf ified by th« 
Treafurer and Ch^fiibcrlains of the Exchequer^ whether the 
JVf anor be ancient Demefn , And therefore it bchoveth the 
PlaintiSs in the Mgnjfravcrunt to fuc forth a fpecial Writ 
uoto theTrcifurer and Chamberlains of the Exchequer to 
certifie the fame • And the Wiit ii fuch. 

Rex ThifdUK & C^mnariU fuii frlutim, 1^;!^^ qnihmfddm 

ftttii di cjmJis (frfierari Wumv j-, utrum Muncrium de I. in Cvm, 

C* JU de antiqui D^mimco Corme AngVimntmet myitis mands^ 

a&Hr, quod f€rutai0 Lt^rp mflr^ de Domefday, de f» quod indt in- 

ntmeriiis n^^ fuh figdh neflro Staffarii wjlri, diJIinBt & sptrif 

finM dildtions ffdd. eerfUnt, rtmitunUs mhis hu Brfvt Ttfii^ 


^ And note, rhat the Book which is called Dmnfda)'%0(Ai 

was made in rhc Time of S. Em^rd^ and alJ the Lands which 

Were in the Sdfin, and in the Hands of the faid S. EAwMfd at 

thfi Time the faid Book was made are ancient Demefn, and 

the Lands which were in other !{ands, and are not named in 

I the faid Book, are Prank-feet And thofe Tenants which iR.?. i* 

held in bjifc Tenure, as by Copy of Coort^Rolt, or by the %f £• 1'^' 

Rod^ cannot fue nor maintaifi this Writ againfb the Lord: 

And the Death of one Tenant, nor his Non* fair, {hall not ^ 

} abate the Writ. And if the Frank-TcnaotSf and the Tenancs 

by bafe Tenure join in a Manflraverimt^ the Writ ftaU not 

ftbatCy but for cbc Tenants by bafc Tenure, 




H^rii de Wamntia Diei. 

WRIT of WMfw»n*U Difi IJeth In Ofe wherf t Mm hith A 
Day in »ny A^ian brougKt tgtinft him to ippcit in 
proprr Perfon, ind the King iter bcfortthc D»y fend htm in 
Of iboot hit Service, fo a< He ctnnot ippctr in Court tt th« 
Day i then miy he foe forth thb Writ dtrcfied to the Jufti- 
cn, rtcicini; the whole Mitttr, comoiinding fhtm that thcjf 
do not record his Dcfjulf for thit Diy, for the Ciufe before 
mentioned : And it ii not mtteriil whcfher the Ctufe b* 
rruc or not, when che King doth certify thit the Pirty it in 
liii-Srrvico. For it fcemcrh by the Words of th-? Writ, tint 
the King by his Prerogative miy warrant thii Default for • 
Diy: "And Co it fcemeth, that if the Tenant in a Pr^ei^fwd 
yiddsi at the Grand C^f', or the Prf/r C#^e returned, make 
*DefiuU, that before Judgment upon thit Default the King 
r.i , fendfoch a Wnt unto the Jufticet, rehearfrng that the 
V*iiy if in hit Service, and commanding r hem that hit De- 
&ult do not prejudice him : And it ilandeth with Reafon thac 
f he King may fo do, becaufe that every one ii boundcn to 
ferve the Kinc in hrs Bufinefs, But what Pmcefi fluff the g 
Otirt awaid^ the Tenant wift not appear at the Day of the 
Default recorded, nor after, when the Writ of Ws^mnim 
Diti comes unto the Jmflicis ? h fecmeth a new Summoni 
IbaU iffue out of the Common Pkas, to fnmmon the Tenant 
anew, becaufe that his Default at hif Retam b excufed 
by the Writ of Wsrrmttim Oni. But if the Writ tf^srrMmis 
' Oiti do not excufc the Defautt at the Grmid C«fr, then it 
feemi a new Qrsnd c*f* Hull go forth upon the firf> De- 
fault returned at the Summom of the Prjtaff md reddm. C 
S^if^r of that. And rhc King may grant fucb Writ! rofave 
two Defautti at vko fcveral Dayi, &§^ S^4irt of thefe Mat* 
cert, becaufe they arc out of Ufett this Day. And the Foma 
of the Writ ii fuch : 

Rem Jupitimr, fds di Bauf fsiittem, Sttmtii ^W A, fiat U D 
f(rviii$ m*fir§ ffr prsctftum mtftrmm dit Lw*^ in 0#/fnk »v* 
Psftk priKtm frjrtern\ its ^m^ n dii imttrtfenm fwtwit L** 
fMtJ. fus ifl C9r0m mkit ^ BriVf mftrvm imiw B ftitnt^, <^ 
pTMi, A. Temntem, de m9 Mtfiisgii (wm ^riitttn in N. m^dt id§m 
A. C* vcrfnt fTddiS, 6. indt v§isvi m4 Wsrr* ut dijt : £r Hm 
nnlrii m^dMmm^ ^u$d ft ad. A, f^^ptff^ mbfmtimm /«#pv md iimm 
ditm^ nm^mstur indfftHu^ mc in aiiifM$ Jti firdtm^ pud ditm 
iflmm ^ypud JPH •mmrrM^tizmkim Tefit^ JkC^ 

The form uf (be Wfit to faa two Defiolcs is; Rrx, &c* mi 


Writ de Watratitia Dici. 

fifrs^ Sfistii ^9d A. fuit in ftrvitU noftr& fsr Prsctftum iw- 
firmrn dU J^vit in Oifshs S Hih\ & dt4 Lnns in Crispin, Ani' 
m^rwrn proxiva, pr^terirhy its ^ttwi diikus itt, intinfft nm pofu* 
i$ LoifwI. ^vjt tfl (if Mm vq^is ^r Brtvi ntjfritm intif^ &c. Ef 
idf W/i mMuigmut^ if ad pi-W. A* pttpftr shfintism Jusm sd 
dia tQ»s ifffn fmAtur in deftBu^ qnis diet ih$ qmud kn it vsr* 
rmiittMhimui^ Jtfiit &c, 

B ^ And thefc two Wars ire not granted but by the King 
himftlf by the Rule of the RegiiUr ; and the King may 
gftnt fuch Writs unco the Mayor and Sheriff* of Lmdm^ Of 
unto the BiOiop of Durham in the County Palatine^ or unro 
f ho Juiliccs of AiTifc, or in rhe Eyrc^ or unro the Sheriff; 
And thcfe Writs may be granted as wefl for rhe DemandaftC 
and Plaintiff as for ehe Tenant j and then the Writ is fuch : 

jr R^Xj See SciMir ^MvW A, fm't in fervic, ncfin dit Ltm^ in 
Cf^ftin$ Slulndtn Bsfih, ffmim, fr^Un't^ itm, &C- inter ipfnm A. 
^tttntan, & B. Tcnmtem^ Sec, And ihcre it fhall be faid in Crsff, 
^ind. Bsfc* becaufe thit the Pleas cannor be holden Si^^iid, 
Fsjc, becaufe that is Sunday, which it the Sabbath-day. And 
the King may grant thti Writ by Tefiimony of his Steward 

Rejt, &C. S^id A. fuit cirMm S^n. & MMreffMff^ mjfro dit 
Lair, in $uindtn0 fsnBi Johannis Dipt I A* prtxtm^ preterit, in 
sUTfiff, in^itiftt\ ifu^e torsm iifd. Stnefc. & Msrefc, pr^fdid* die 
Jwm^ furr. apud E. Jt^t idem Sm. nofier, nram mhlt ttfttficmtuf 
4JI : y^is mdndrnmuff qo§d prjtd, A. pr» t9 qntd nm *\}mit «- 
rmm *v$htM in ttliii in^tiil. *fnjt ttram vtlfit eid* die Jnmm^n ft4tr\ 
HM amtnitmini, nee txitm^ fi in ^mo; ffrjut ^itM^k ia ucmfi^nt in* 
Ctdffit, perdere permit t»t\ Ttfte^ 6cc, 

13 And ic feems by this Wrif, that the Jufticcs ought to 
cnake a fpccial Entry thereof, and to favc the tiTue of this 
Juror, and alfo to make a fprcial Eftrsat of this Matter, and 
to levy no liTues upon chcfc Jurors» for whom fuch Wtiti 
come unto the Juilices- 

And if a Man beefti>infd of the K. Service in any AQion, 
0r wheieai in Trurh he is nor in rhe Ktng*s Service»then the 
IHaiatiff or Demand*nc may fue forth 1 fpecial Writ out of 
the Chancery, direded unro the Jufticcs, rehearfmg that he 
if not in the King's Service, commanding them to proceed* 
But by the Scatote of Glmctfier^ if he do not bring hi* War- 
rtnc ac fhc Day given, he (bali lofe ao/* for the Journey ; and 
fiuM be in the King'i Mercy » ind the Effijin dillolveJ. And 
if the Plaintiff purchafe fuch Writ dtr«ftcdto the Juftices, 
rbu he is not in the King s Service^ then the EtToin ihall not 
be idjouracd, but Ihail be prefcntly quathed^ and he fliall 

H } fioc 


htt WArrant to 

net hire DfT ^ A^Ijottrnmcat to briirg 




IVrn 0/ Palfe yudgment. ' 

WKfT if ftlft l^^mnt Iicth whcr« Fafft Jodgment u 
grvcfi in the Coumy, or in the Huntlrrd, cr in other 
It A(r ^4* CourNBAfon u hich i\ not a Court of Recotil, in t P*et Retl 
Bf* Enor Of Pcifoniil, if if in t Wrtt of Right Pitent, or in othti 
110. ff /ivPeifonal Pifa ; there the Pirty Pliiniilf or Defrndint wfiicfl 
^iiHIdttf \^ grieved (h«ll hive thin Writ, and the Writ flu!! iffut fifft 
r ^!I**''* ''i*^ ^^ tHc Chincery. And if the Ftlfc Jodgment be given 
%lf^f it in the Sheriff'! Cminty-Court, ihen fhtWritfiiill be dire- 
m^H n kt 6ed onto the Sheiiff hrnifelf^ ind iki]l b« Aich ; 

ky Wrii^ it 

i§ lrr», md W9t wd, tc corafT) non |y<«k€: Bia wkin Jwdgmmf it pvm rf 
lmitdt^Omf0&t tr Cwwmm, wktck it mt $Jthtir Jiirijdi&im, it u v$ii ic €9*M 
ftiODonJttdire. V 

Henric\ tSft* f^it. Uncfslmt, Si A. fumtt Sec. ti0fr /» f/#«» B 

Cms. tu9 Fftfrd. fjK, lA^mUim fi^ ifi tm §td, €#•• frr Brtvt n$^r, 

dt AiBf »nfir A« ^ttni & B Ttwmt\ dt nut mtfusg ig urn, 

d.T, ttrrs ittm fgrtin* in C unit iditn A- jmtttur fdifum fi^i 

fscfmm futjft jtidit. m §$d^ (km* ; & Rund, iHud bMh0t «* 

Vtdc 4 & r ^*^ 7^ftf(' »9jh* Mpud WeAm. tsU die }%h fytiU fm, & fir 

Ml. Dyer. mi0fM9r lfi»l MiVf. tjnfdim dm, tM iiu f«i Rcord, tii tmtrm 

164. ikt fiurunt : & f^mm* ftr kntj Sinw. frsdtif. %, ^mtd twm fit »ki^ 

^^LZ^d ^^^"''**' ^^^f^d. iUtuL Et h^st ibi S*mm\ ntrnms fi^/tf^r Af,. 

w*t Vib 6gllio too 5c figiUit qtiataor legtliom hkTfntmmi clufdeinCtrrTV. «>ni^rii<^ 


And if the Ttntitt hath aliened the L<nd «ftir Judgment C 
given a|iinfl the Drmiodinri then the Soouiifiiif OiiiJ be 
mtde in th? Wiii agjfnil ^tm who if Tenenf of the Lind^ 
ini 3g4tft(i him who wtf Tenant at the Timt of the Judg. 
cncnt givta, by thef^ Word<. 'v/s. c^ ftmm, per kmtt Summ, 
fr^dn B. & C, f fti mtfmsgt & ttfftm tiimm mmu stmm , fmd 

Afid if the Ptlfc Jodgment be given m annrher Coiirf. Q 
Bftton thin in the Sheiiff'i Court, then the Writ of Palfe 

{udgment is called a Writ of Acttdjr md Cwnmm, and (kill 
e dircOed the Shetrff; »nd the Wrix is foch; 
Hex yu- Line f^luttm Si A. ftetrtt ttft^rrum dt €t»m fm^ - 
^p§/tfwnd\ tnat sftrnvtit tnnm ^usfmr diftfft. tj i^^s^ttm 
Miltt^t: d* Ctm. tm$ in ffffris frrfm, tus sutd, « J Carr#«i 
9, /# C Cy rw flmm Cwfi* iSs rttrnd, ftn. U^tmm fA# fnit m 
• ^ndm C4ri€ ftr Bnw mjttwm dt ^t&f inttr h. t^ntms. 6^ §. IK 

Writ 0fFalfi ^ndgmentl 39 

nent^^ ii nm fnefntg. S:c. wt^t A. fuintur fslfnm fU fitBam 
fmfft jttdkiUtM in iad. Curta\ C5* Rffifrd*, &c. /i*^ figilk tWQ, 
Iff fit ^ustmr hgmUt hmines fjuftUm CttrU est *//*> f «i Rinr* 
S§ illi imtrfmrunt ; i*ffnmm\ &rc, & ka^cst iki naming fr£di0, 
fmstMr hotninum^ (^ he Br<Vf. 

And in fhisWntof^cc^Jitt iidCuri»m he IhaU take with 
him four Men» but it nfeJcth northitthcy bcKnighrs: Rnc 
fo (hall It not he in the other Writ of Retordsrt faciof Li^ue* 
tsm, which 15 in the County. Bat both Wr its (halJ be re- 
forried tinder the Sheriff** Seal, and the Scils of four of the 
Stitots of the fame Court. And in chc Writ of Talfe Judg- 
ment which is Aicedod ad Qitriam^ ic is a good Return for the 
Sheriff for to f»y, that afcer thff Receipt of the Writ, and 
betnre the Return thereH^, no Cmirt was holden; and alAi 
that he required the Lord to hold his Court, and he would 
nor« fo ai he coufd not execute the fame. And thereupon the 
Joftrces fliaJl award a Oifirimgdf dire^ed unto the Sheriff, 
to diftrain the Lord to hold hiv Court ; and Sicitt aUm, &c. 

In ft iaife Judgment agtinft an Ahbot the Plaintl^nvas 
Nonfuit, and the Abbot had a StirefMiia^ againfl the Plain- 
tiff, to Ihew why he fhould not have Execution, and lo 
have the Judgment executed returnable at 1 5 P^fi^ ac which 
Day the PltintifF appeared, and tfligned hi( Errors, tod 
rendrrd Sureties to fue with effi:£t, and prayed a SeirtftKiMf 
igainft the Abbot to hear Errort, And the Opinion of the 
Court was, chat he might ■fllgn the Errors igainft the Ab- # 
hor, without fuing <ny Sore fsiiof againfl btro, becaiife chey 
had Day by the Roll 

If the Writ of Falfe Judgment abate for Default in the 
Writ, then the Plaintiff (haU not have a Sdn fgdas ad au* 
dtiendm E^rtrfj upon I he Record certified , becaufc it comerh 
without an Oi iginal, when the Original abatech. But if the 
Pfa»miff di*;, it fccms rhit If the FaIFc Judgment be given 
ill the bafe Court upon a Writ o£ Droit Pstcvf^ ihiC then hit 
Heir ih<ll have a Sare fa;iss sd avdiftid. Errons agiinft him 
who recovereth upon that Record which is removed into 
the Common Pleii. And if the PJatntiffin the Writ of Falic 
Judgment be Nonftiit, whether the other Party fliall foe 
Execution upon this Record fo removed againft the Plain- 
tiff, without furng forth a Sart fan at, 4s a Queflion. But 
HfX ty H 6. the Opinion was, that he fhill h&ve Execution 
wifhout fuing forth a Snn fgcfM. 
\ And Tenant at Will according to the Cuftom of the Ma- x^W^^i^, 
OOf, which ic Tcnint by Copy of Court- Roll, (hall not have 7 £.4.1]* 
• Wtic of Falfe Judgment upon a Judgment given agtinft 

H 4 him 

Writ cf Fdlfe Judgment. 

^^%V\m : Bot whete Falfe Judjiment h ^vcn opofi • Writ o 

'♦ ^JJmfltiiit, dirtied vn^o thft Shctiff, tht Piify gnrvcd flull 

'^''J^'^*?litve A f««jr 7i«/^iwi»f. and noe i Writ af Error^ Alrhough 

j^jl^^'j'j^'^tiic JutJgincnt be of Oibr, or Trefpaf*, over the Sam of *o/, 

icJbJ^ tf And t Man fhal) rtoc hivt a Wri; of P^lfe Judgmenr but 

in the Court whtrt thero trc Surcart ; far if there be no Sui- 

tors, tbtrt the Record ctnnot be certtHfd by iheni. And 

^td\ ^ ^^^ *^*^*^ Judgmtnc given in Coatt before Batltfl^ or 

\f E. |. V othf ti who hold Pie* by I'fefcf iption, in every Sum irt Debt 

Cjiivr^irr by fill) before fhern, he(hilln«)C hive i Fsux Judgmnt, bac 

fftHmitb t Writ of Error thereupon. S»t^d vtdt M. ^* £. 4. in Titk 


•! ' J^' In Filfe Jodgment apop t Wrtc of Right Pirenf, or t I 
mer,\!id. Writ cf i>*ii chfi. the PUintiff (bill not ilTign Erion be. 
I) E. i. 1 8. fore the Recordi certified, « ttrcil the Orlgirul if the Rtii- 
^ £, 4. 41^ due of the Record. And th^ Wnt of F^lfc Jodgment Itetjl 
jT £. 4. £1* tgiinft a Sti anger to the Judgment, if he be Teoint of tbi ^ 
Lindf without naming him who wn Tent nt and Patty cofl 
the Ja4gmen^ Othciwifc it ii of a Writ of Error, for rber# ■ 
be oogh t to name brm who was Party to the Judgmentf be 
he Tcn*ot or not* 

And where the Tenant lofech hii Land by Filfe Jodg* A 
Qient in a Writ of Right in a Court i}aron» he {haM not have 

a Writ of Fatle Judgment before that the Demandant hatb 

11 H.(f. ;<. entered upon him, &t. fifmt Fid. M jS. £. |, 
iht^mti And where the l>cfcnclint in Fsmx Jmig^nf^ afrer Ap- B 
f^^ ^^^^ pearance by him m^keth Default, t Grand Dtflrefi (bail iflue f 
^^^^^''outigaiaft him. And if he again make Df faulty or Cometh fl 
end wttj not fave hii Default, the Plaintiff in the Writ of 
Felfc Judgmcmfhil) have Judgment to recover Setdn of the 
Land agitnf^ htm : Sin^d vtdi Af i^ £, i. And ibo Wriefl 
of Faife Judgment given in ancient Dcmcfn b fuch ; V 

Rr*' ^tu j0/ut" St A, fft*rtf, &c, S^udat md Cur. B- &c. & C 
wH^dMfi fa€. L^mtUm ^U4t tfl m esdrm Cur. ptr futvum Sn^§ 
mflrmm dt Rtiit tmrr A* fi*'tinttw, &c, & bskiss tin n^mms 
fr^diB #a«/lA»#» bgrntumm^ ktt Brtift^ fit sltud Brtvi, &C. ^ 

And m a Writ of Drtif tlff^ if the Writ of the Drmaii* M 
dant be abated, whercupmi he bringerh hii Wrirof Falle ~ 
Judgment in the Common Pka«, and rhete the Judgment ti 
revcrfed, and the Writ awarded good *, then hs Iha}! hold 
Plea in the Common Fleas, and a Judicial U fit Iba^J ifTut 
from the Common Pletf, in Nature t>f Pro-edarion roide in M 
fhefifO Wtit ; and if the Protc{lttion were in the Nator«^| 
•f A0ife of Mm'sdimmttlt'T^ the Juflicvi fhall diie£i a Wtit 
tiatto the Sbciiff 00 fummon ihi Juron to come out of an* 
t dent 

11 a 41; 


Wriiaf Falfc J»dgmmU 

Cicne Demefh thither, and ill the Matter fliafl be tried iod 
determined in the Common Pleas : And although che Jadg- 
ment be given of the Land in the Common PUii, yet th< 
Ltnd (halt he ancient Demcfn. ^W 'vide M. 3. JE. 3. in Titk 
of F^uit Judgmcnc, 

And upon the Writ of Hux Judgment^ which 1$ an dgc$m 
dmt 0d Cmriam, tf the Sheriii' rernrn that the Writ sde§ 
isrdt V w\ ^U9d Exuuti^ntm tjufdim fttirt vm ^tuit \ then 
he Ihafl have a $itut Miims directed Unto the fame Sheriff: 
And if he return not that ac the Dty, thf n he IhaU have a 
Piuriu to the fime Sheriff. And he may have thefe VVritf 
t^f^Uss and Plttrifr out of the Common Plea«, where chefirft 
Writ W4I returned tarai^ if he witi, or he may hav^e them 
out of the Chancery, (:ff. Sit for this Matter in the Hook of 
Mmntf^ /. 114, C^ ir5. And upon the A(C§4st sd Qmrimm^ if 
the SherilF ru-urn, that he will go unro the faid Court, 
&e^ and there pray the Lord to hold his Courtp that h« 
may do Execution of the Writ, and that the Lord refufcth 
CO hold \\\s Court, <^(, by Reafon whereof he cannot do £v* 
ecutton of the Writ ; then a DipnngMs Ihatl iifue out of the 
Common Fleas dirf£ted tofhc Sheriff^ to diflrain the Lord, 
to that he di drain him to hold his Court ^t a cert tin Day 
appointed by the Sheriff; Et tfuod VUt' ^ mjfmm^t. ffcum ^hm^ 
imr d'fcrttis Mjiirihitf^ &c. de Comitst\^c. sHedat MdCmrism^ 
&C d* if ire fac, hit in xv. Pafchjp, & c, d^ RKsrd^ iCm i twm 
kmktmt^ flrc. &tfv9d fmmm. frsd. I tfmd fit ibi^ Mudifttrmt Rf* 
a^d, iUudf Sec. S^fcd Vide Lih. Intrgi f l « 7. 
» There is another Writ of Fsux Jud^mem ; when there 15 
«• Plaint in the County of Debt or Trefpafs without any 
Wilt, then the Writ of F^itx Judgmtnt In the County fhall be 
ibit) : Rifffdtr^ {06 L^^ueUm tfud fuit in iMdtm Cu^/s fine Bp«- 
W iif/?r#, initr^ &c. de ifudd/tm frargfr\ &C. undi idem A. f «*** 
rii* fmlfmtfihi f^B, fuijfe judic\ &c And where Fsuxjudg- 
wun^ ii given in another Court thm the County, upon a PUiot, 
or upon a Writ, then the Writ Ihall be thus : 

Kex f^te, f»/ut\ Si A. fesrtU^ &CZ. tmnc sceedjti sd Humd^, A. 
dg B* Vil ad Curmtn A. de C, & in ftm Hnnd. vet Qwrimrt' 
terdMrt fsc, Li^atUttt ^u^ eft in eodem Httni. ntel Curnt fer Bre^ 
•oe Wifirum, vei fme Ert'vi ntflre^ de e§ efu9d idem A. tentut pr^* 
fst, B« rtwventiinim tnter eof fsffsm de im» hit{nsgt$ cttm fertin^ 
m F. undtquifitar, &c. 

And if a \^^tnn and Feme be fued in a Court- Biron by a 
Writ of Right, and the F..*mc is received for the Default of 
tfie Husband, and picad there, and filfc Judgment it pivcn 
agair)l> him, Oie and the iiu%band may have a Writ of F^lfe 
Jtidgmea', a) appearerh by the Regtfttr. And 


IPrii de Error. 

Wilt of Error propcrlf Heth where Pilft Jotlgment n 
^ if given in any Coorc which iia Court of Record, ti 
,^. n. in the Cocnmoo Plcw, or in Lf«4#it, or of her City, or other 
J 7^Ftnm^Vhc9 where tJ^cv hive Prwer to bold Plei by the King** 
63^^>rf «/'£r.ch4Tcerp or by Prefcriprion, in iny Sum in Debt or Trtf. 
& 5!I/f?J*V P*'*?*^**^ *^* ^""^ ^^ 4**'* And if F*!fe Judgroem he gu 
tUtPtj^clL' veil in hndvm^ or Of her Place, whicH i« « Court of RccordJ 

the Party grieved fhiH h«ve ^ Wiit of Error, and this Wfii| 
Qity be returned into the Common PJeAi, or in the Kiog t 
Bench I at the Pleafure of biin who futth the fame. 

noo Capira^ ]n% ram am \ftrtbe Ree^rdtihtrtmremt kfmhtmmtim* 
^MX imm EMfkufMgr fki ^it if 90* ! nerturino dt Baronibtit, htif Baro<iiUu% tan- 
[ cain, U H< ^ 17> £rr«r vjr Srt^ght \ dtc fr$m f Jb Aatufw, wkfretbi Judgmtut wm 
ikt f'fiO''f ^^ ^*^^- 'v/^-/. '*""' /iy7«^j ••#«», 15 fc-, 4- »t. // M RHtm kf ri^ 
mmtJi^^ '^sktf^ir^Chinmktr by Ejrs^, mhtn Jf^i^ltti^M 

§htr$ i kmi $kM 4J h i^ S^sstiU 4/ ; t E. }. cap. 11. Hhtrtnfo a it ^ ttiatt Cimtt. 

And when the Record ti removed by Writ of F^^^- 
ihe C^fmmoo Pleat or King't Bench, then the Plair 
CO aiTign bis Error, before he have a S^in fsust ag4i]U! ^rm 
U^^*^' Defendant sd sudandiim itrtret. And if he alTign divert 
^JLj^^. Thing* for brroit, which the Contt thinkeiH m be no Ef^ori 
HFf firr^i <«> he fliall not have a Sitrt fsetsi upn thif Atrignm<:r)t 
^1^9. tfter Eriof» afTigned, and a Sau /jciiii, awarded agaii 

^ ^ t jl^td^p. Od^ndint upon that Artignmenf, he Iball not spgm sm _ 
f^ffl^^'i^!*^ inFaft, afs to fay, that the Plainciff was dead at the Timt 
7^i l^iM^'lr. ^'!5 JoEfgrncnr* or before the Judgment, tfr. Dot he 

Enoff ai do appear in the Record, and it 

a double Adignment. But he fiiitl aiftgn for 

- , .— ", - -rroria Fa£l| becatjfethii ErrOf in Fa^ ihill 

iktOrtitmsl^ trtrd by the County, and the EtiOfi in the Record fhM 

t^*l/"be tried by the JufticcK 

fi^liZ'st And upon a Wui of Error the Record it felf fltall be F 

r« aHigni* removed, tnd not the Trtnlcripr of the Rrcnrd 5 for upon m 

^tioiie,vkr'«Tranicripr of a Record a Man Hull not aflign Errors, if it 

!*»'• be not upon a VViit of Error foed epon franfcript of m 

tunt, th;re hs (bail a(fign Er^fwi upon the Tfanfciipt of 

the Note ol the Fine ; «' d if the juftices do conceive tt 

&ror, th^n they Iball fend for the Note of the ^iae^ and 

IhaU revrrfe tS' '"ame. 

In a y rof, when the Record - Cotirt, if C 


lb9 Pla 

uAt T^tm di Qoc alUgn 

and a I* 

ff^rit de Error. 


;h that he do afllgii Ins Errors, if he do not foe a Sifn 
md mudtmdum Brrpni agi'inft the Dcfcndinr, returnibbxH*;. tx* 
fame Term, or the next Term j all the Matiet is dil^ 
:ontinued, and the next Term he ought to foe a new Writ 
tf Etror out of the Chancery, upon that Record direftcd tf H. 5. ti: 
the Jufticcs before whom the Record h removed, to pro- /f '*" ^f^ii 
ed upon the Record f M<e ctram n/ohit njidet, v ^""^^ 

The Form to alTign Errors ii to put a 0ii] into the Court, ^[t^^^ 
and to fiy in the Bill, m he trrmtum ift^ &a and to ihew in r^ni^/f 
certain in what Things ; and ii» ht trr^tum tft, and (hew in ^ghf t$ 
certain mother Thing ; and fo of the reft in which he VfiU have^ ikf 
aflJgn the Errors, Bur to fay im §mmbm trrstum ifi^ is not^Jji^'^'' ^ 
gB«Sl» bccaufc of the Inccrtainty. ^^3J#/ 

And in a Writ of Error he ought to aiCgn his Error i^mMyihvftm 


proper Per fon, and not by Attorney, where he is in Exe- 1^ x>ii^. 
cucton by Force of f he Judgment. And in a Writ of Error $ H. 7. t* 
upon Judgmcat given in the Common Plea5, the Plaintiff^ JJ* 7* «<^ 
cannoc atlign for Error, that ihe Jufticei of the Common 7 Y;^*^ 
Pleas did not give that Judgment, but the Clerks of their ^ r^'j ij* 
own Heads; neither can he allign for Error, thit the Jurors ^^^nn, 
give their Verdict for the Dffcndanr^ and that the Judicea '7''^' ^ 
entered it for the PUintiif, and gave Judgment for htm, be- /<r ^h 
caufc that this AtFignm? nt ii contrary to that which the 
Court doth as Judges, &c. 

And if a Man be vouched, and enrereth into Warranty 
and lofcth, he may have a Writ of Error, and alfign rhet^E^^Al 
Errors which happened betwixt the D^mindint and tsfae 7]^ R^*''- 
Tenant, or betwixt the Demandant and the Vouchee. ^^^rsZtdH 
fo he ifi the Reverlion who prayeth to be received upon ^he^^"^^^ 
Default of Tenant for Life, or for hii faint Pleading, if he thtlVrit M 
be received, and pleadeth, and lofeth, he (hall have a Writ^«/w/7«^ fl 
of Error, and slFign the Error betwixt the Demandant and ^#« f«^ / 

the Tenant, or between the Dem*ndant and him «? ho pray- ^^y ^ JZA 
eth to be received. And if Ten*«it for Life lofcth by Deiaulr, ^-^f^^zL „ / 
he in the Reverfion fliall have ^ Writ of Error, although ,>|^/e/ *^" 
he were not received, nor prayed to be received, and Ibatl # s^r^n^n*. 
tffign for Error the Matter which w^s betwixt che Dcman- <i»aE»e^ /ir 
dant and the Tenant who loft by Default* 8 H, 4. ss, 5<J- '^** 't-^'^tZ 
• A M^n fhall aflign an Error in Law aj^thc Cafe is : A« t^^J^Jlt 
the Husband and Wife levy a Fine 1 
unto a Stranger, the Wife being withuMge, they 
■ Wi it of Error during the Nontge of the Wifc» and ik^W af- 50 E. %. f. 
fign thufor Error, and that is in Error in Law of the Court. frtSh^^* 

mtnt flsaU k rrvfrf^4. and tk0t Extiuiim jh^St hM ^wMrded, fr IhmQ usji ditri^ 
Hfi Ofi V ^^ Umksnd. 


-awaithei.aieis: ^yt^t^,rfa^ 
of^BLandsot the Wtfe^;,^^^^^^^ 
^ithtlMge, they fcall have £rrar. 


Wrh dc Error. 


lo Afl: z. Alfo'm t Wtit of Entrie fur D:fafk, if the Ofigmal Wcit 

^c. li E, 3. ^^pf ii^^f^ VVojds in the Wrir, i^wjiw r/awdf f/r jus & h^rtdU 

I^Th.^!*^'*^""^''*'"* »f the Tenant admit of the Wtit, ^nd plead to 

3V. Aij///r**'* A^ion, and lolcth* he fljjiij not alTigri this Faok in the 

tn FiHtmuP^ritf bccaule he hath admitted the Writ to be good by hit 

^ pUaded^fU^, And fo ia a Writ of Dt6inst« of Chsrurt conczvnin^ 

^^^^y certain Linds, if the Plaintiff in his Count do not dccUrt: 

fgrBn'vr '^* Certainty of the Land in the Count, if the DeffnJaiit 

* tE.4- jp, ^ idmic the Count good, and plcad«tK unto the Aftion, 

",/ Pieot and Jofcth by Judgment given in a Writ of Error fucd by 

ttiChokc, him, he flia]] not aillgn for Error the Fault in the Count ; 

UnyQint-ti- bcciufc he bath admitted the fame to be good by his Plea, 

Mi[mft/itr, takhig vf Huxband pendant thel4^rit^ snd th like, iphick ^rove 

Irit 0^at*ffi( i then if the P^rty pU^d ethtrSUtUr, ani Mdmit tkt Wnt, hi 

t iftff k^vi £rr«r : Contra §f Death or ether Thtn^t, which prove the W^rii Mkstid* 1 

X H, f- X. And a Man Ihill not afllgn for Error a Thing which ii for j 
his Advantage : As to fay and aflign for Error that he had Day, 
and that the Day was for longer time than ihs common Day; , 
and fo he tbail not ajign for Error that he was not effoinedi '♦ 
J^j'^'jJgJ* where he ought not to be efloincd, or had Aid granted 
45. Br. tr-"*^^** 'i**^^ where he ought not to have had Aid ; bccaafc , 
* jrdr 6j.4i«^thcrc things arc for hi* Advantage. h 

//YJ/ Trial jj. if fa Ife Judgment be given before thejuflices of the Bi- I 
A . «; J^9*^* 1,^ Oiopof Durham in the County P4btin«, the Party grieved' 1 
L^ 7^^^^ -^^^'fliaH have a Writ of Error there before the fame BiOmp M. 

Wales h* H ^' 5- ^^^ 'f ^« g^ve falfc Judgment, then the Writ of | 
fcrejupcei.Eiior ihall be fucd in the Common Pleat, ot in the King*s 
\ ErrtnthirfUciiQlu ^ 

vrrffd in B. R. if there be Jufficet therti hui h For re feu c ii Jhalt ke nvftjtd in 
i*mhamttit, 19 H. 5. it. Errpr in County pAhtim jbaU he rt^erfed in B, R. 1 
tl H. 7, 55. ^fr Fmcut. ErrmeoM Jud^menr m Cmnty Palatim jh»U he revtrfcd 
there by Cttnntf/^n, 37 H. tf. 1 5. Errpr in ChJinceef nverjtd in t^arliameftf. Bat 
fee 1 4- El. Dyer, 3 1 f. Thmt Error upon tf Sarc i*cia9 upim a Reajgnifrnta wets ft- 
Vtrjtd in B, R, whtch jctmtb (MttMry t9 37 H. 6. 1 j. 


7 H,4» J7. 
JH.7. i5. 

And if a Falfe Judgment be given for the King in any Suic 
or A^ion, the Parry giitvcd Ibalt have a W«it of Error, and 
ttffign b/ E^rers^ without fuing forth any Suee fsiiae agatnft 
the King sd sudiimkm Er*nrts, becaufe that the King 11 al- 
ways prefent mCouit; and that ii the Caufe of the Form 
of Entries of Suits for the King i« focb : Chtiftophec* Hales, 
Aitcrn, U^mim Rf^n, ^ui fro Dot/tint Rege ft^uitur^ &C., veu* I'it 



Writ de Error. 

I i«Ctr\ 8fC. and not, Dm, Rsx ptr C H. Aitom, fumw, vm. fc> » H#y. n 
III C*»f\ bcctufc that the King is always prcfcnt inCouiC. ^' i*mdjf 

I TtV9rf€ U:lan in ?e!mjf, when hi (urnnh m ufm $ht IndiBment, hi JbsM ajf^ 
[ ht$ Erf§r btfire kt ^njtcuxeth his Writ 9f Errot\ 

Vidt 4 E, 4 4»* 7 H. 6,z%, Hide* ^ 
bradV C<»/*f (j? H. d* i. 15 E. 4. 7«. /j^ 
17 H* 6. 17. per 3 Jw/?/tV/, Ifmtdantf' ' ' 
l/thgi mt-mithjl^ndmg jt Supeifcdcii 
«if«^ mp^tar md ^tfmd in thi Commm 
Pkits, thi UtUrjf jhall be rewrjed $n 
thi f. ' it ifi amikrr Ttrm^ 

hut I mothfrTerm, ^s 

Error in the KJngS Bench in 

the Procefs where it 1$ thr De* 

fault of the Clerks, fhiU be rever- 

fed in the fame Court byaWfit 

of Enot fucd by the Party be- 
m fore the fame Jufiiccf : But not 
H u ichout filing of a Writ of £r. 
" ror, although ic be the fame Term. 

But in the Common PJeas, after 

P Judgment given the fame Term the Juftlces may reverie 
ihctr own Judgment upon Error in the ProceG, or for De- 
fault of the Clerks, without any Writ of Error fued forth; 
■ but in another Term, the Party ought to fue forth a Wric 
B of Error thereupon returnable into the King's Bench. BaC 
pt of an Error in Law which is the Default of the Juilice^, the 
fame Court cannot rcvcrfe the Judgment by a Writ of Er* 
ror, nor with a Writ of Error, but this Error ought to be 
redreffed in another Court before other Jud ices by a Wric 
of Error, 

And he which confelTeth the Oemanda|K*s A£^ion flull 
bavc a Writ of E«^ror ro reverfe chat Judgment, againd hii 
Confeflion upon Erroncousjodgment given, ^^ 

If) Plea of Land againft the Tenant, and the Tenant dy- 3 W. 4, i^ 
Cth, he who is Heir of the Tenant to that Land fhalj have^'^^fg^* 
A Writ of Error, and not he who is his Heic at the Com- ^' '^^'^ 
mon Law: As in Borough- Englifti if the Tenant bfe ^^^/J/^,f/fffQ*^ 
Land by Erroneous Judgment^ the youngefV Son ih^U Uavm a ion wrt 
1 the Writ of Error. And fo he which i« Heir unto the Speci* Hfir *f 
al Tail fliall have tb« Writ of Error, if the Land be loiV by Cp'wwj 
Erroneous Judgment: The Tenant may have one Writ nf^^ 
Error* and the Vouchee another Writ of Error upon fl 
fame Judgment ; and fo the Tenant, and the Vouchee by Kc* ^ , ^ 3 rut; 
H ceit, and all depending at one time. And an Executor or Ad- Rrror i* 
miniftraror (hall have a Writ of Error upon a Judgment gi- n H.4, €f* 
ven againA the Tef^ator for Debt or Damages. And fo the 
Heir (hall have a Writ of Error to rtverfe Mtt Outlawry of 
Felony pfonnunctd againll his Father, to reiVore the Blood 
betwixt him and the Father- And if a Man plead in any A- 
^cm, and the Juflices will not albw thereof, and the Party 
makes his DtlJ upon iti and praytth that the JafHces win 




Writ dc Error. 

I Setl f hti Bill of hb Acceptance or Plea, ind if tbey do ftC* 
cording »s i% contiined in the SracUK of tVtft, t, C0f. ). tfit 
Party irrievcd (hall have a Writ nf tirrnr, a«id may tfftga 
Error upon tbir Bill fa fetVd^ ancl alfo in the Record, or 
in one of them at his Ptcifurt; But chb Bill ought to b« 
feafed by the Jut>ices before Judgment given by them, and 
not after, ai it iippeareth /tv. ti H 4 f 1,^5, 91* 
XSr l?*/^* '^^^ Succeflbr of m Abbot, Prior, or Ptrfon, or fuch Bo A 
•^*^^J(J;dieiCofporice, IhaJI have a Writ of Error of a todgment 
li UM.N. 8«*^«n agtinft their Pfcdeccffor ; of all Thingf which totjch 
the Succedion ot Corporation. But if a Man recover again ft a 
Parfon ot a Btfiiop, Debt or Dtmtges by Judgment or Afiioei 
Perf>nal» their EaecGton fliill htvc the Writ of Error upoa 
that Judgment, and rmr their Succeflbrf^ bcciufe that Mxcter 
doth not concern the Corporacton, 
ilE,j*if. If t Man fue forth Effcution erroneoufly leainft the g 
^ or^i^fJi R^^^g"^^"*^ "P°^ * Itpcngnrftnce, iht Feoffee of the Rccog* 
JJ^^/^nifor fhall have a Writ of Error. If a M«n pure htfc hti 
Mfik$^ Pardon of an Outlawry, yet he may have 1 Writ of Error 
fisimt to reverfe the OutUwry. H, iS £. 3. But if a Man do diil (} 
A^if^'Jt^. cliim in a Prati^i ^tmt rtddt^ of Land, and the Demandant 
il/zToE. ^^^^ Tccorer. the Tenant OiaU not have a Writ of Error 
14- 1^ #" agiinfl his own Difclaimer ; But if he plead Hm-tmu^t^ and 

fbsA fi9t 

the fame be found agtinfl him, for uhich the Demandaac 
recovcrcth, ibc Tenant fliall have a Writ of Error, If d* 1, |, 
'h0w Irrtr. ^ f^^^ Condemned (hall not aflign Error in the Procefi ; hot 
r tL V in the Original Writ he may. 

^ jl ' ^ h if no Error to fuffer one to make Attorney in an A&ioo D 
*i H. 7. ji. w* which he oughf not to mike any Attorney. 
$ E»t.Efror Upnn fiTe Judgment given in the Common Pleai tn hi* B 
I9. 1*1 1^* Isnd the Writ of Error ought to be fued there ; tod return- 
AtJt^ able in the Ktng'i Bench in Inland ; bur upon a Judgment 
iJJJ^ givan in the King^i Bench in trAmnd^ the Writ of Error 
itfmt>4' u^^'J be fued and returned in the King*! Bench in twglmd* 
fimk «f 'M 

JHtt y ribr Kiiig '/ Btmh in Irtt tnd . Md mtt rkat it itjsid, Thsi tk*rt if m Or$- 
gimsfhtrt^ kia ih* Imm rtmstm thtn % mudfi u \j AdT f. F»ri. All* ]i8. 

When the Record com?th into Court by a Writ of Etror, P 
the rUintiff (hall alHgn his Error, and ihall have a Sem /#• 
€kM before the Record Ihall be entered ; for the fame SiaQ 
oot be entered before the Parties have Day by rhe Sun fsti^tt. 

And the Procefsin thii Writ h AUm and Plmrns^ and op* q 
on fbit Attachment ihalt be awarded againO the Judge^ who 
ought 10 recyro the Kecotd, to whom the Wcie wis dtra* , 


Err^ h London. 

fied : And the Nmies may be rcf urncd into the Commofa 
Pkif, or in the Chancery, if the Pluriet ilTuetb to »hc Jurti- 
cei of the Common Picas ro remove the Record ; And i£ 
the Writ ifllieth t<i another bafe Court, the Piurus ought to 
be returned into rhe Chancery, or into the fame Court where 
it ij made rerurnablr. And if it be leturned into the Chan* 
ctry with the Record, the Chancellor himfcif wirh his own 
Hands may put 'he Record into the Commori Picas Without 
»ny Writ ot Mtttimm thereunto, and that as Well as if he 
had fcnt a Mitttmrn with the Records 



Error in London. 

O T E that if any cnoneous Judgment be given in the f/l^^ *"** 
Courts before the Shcriffi, of Lmdm, the Party grieved /Jvatin'' 
Ihall have a Writ of Error out of the Chancery, ^'nxth^ thtCom- 
unto the Sheriffs, to biing the Record before the Ma)oi mm PhMs 
and AJdormen in the Hufiings of Lmdm, u hich Huftiugi J" ;»^^^3j». 
is a Court holden before the Mayor, &(, And there the ^^ J^fyP^^ 
cord ftiall be examined : And if there be Etror» ihey fhaJl re. '^'Iff^f^y 
verfc the Record there by the Cuflom of the fa id City. And ^^'^^ ,1^^ ' 
if the Sheriff, after the Record ii removed before the Mj*yor, Power t9 
&e, in the Huflings, will award Execution upon the Record fxatr.intker 
againfl the Parry, the Party agatnfl whom the Execution rs ^f'^*'''''* 
awarded fhall have t fpecial VVrir out of the Chancery, di- ^rlrJ^^\ 
refled unto the Sheriffs, that they take fafficient Sure ties y^^jV^^^^^^* 
of the Parry to fatiify the King, and alfo the Parry, of that adjudt^ed if 
which appeftaincth unto them, if the Judgment be affirm- '^ ^^£-r^^ 
ed, and thit they furceafc to do Execution ; and if tley ^^^l^^lr* 
have taken the Party in Execution, that they deliver hini "j/ J!lJ/?H' 
out of Pri&n. And the Form of the Writ is fuch : s, ^fmli 

3, 1^ Br, Error 6z* vid. n H. 8. Tb#f m StJttuie nor Dffd inr^tUd jhiU mt h 
rsken hj the Comman £,*»,•/ 0fi Irrfant 9r Fcmt Onart^ Contr* by tkt Cttji^m if 
London, p^r a^H. ii. zj , & 7 E. 4, 5. Lis* 

^ Re» M*jm ^ Fit, London, fsht** Bx fitrti R. Bcc^ %dtt t/l 
$jUf$Jmnif fu$d cmm Jtcundum Cmfmtttd. in Ctvitmi p^^di^s^ in 
f0fmfi^ftd$ 0lftfitijj Jive ^renit five Dffndenf, qucritrnfj ^md 
in U^xitl^ tpu futrmt in Cur is mfirm cor 0m Vie. Civ tat 14 p^^* 
4iB^ Errna ^Hq^i inurven', C? record. & proffjf, Lt^ucUrnm 
iSsrmm caujs crrmt inttrvenientis nttmre f seer ft in HujUttg^ 
CtvitMtii ftgidiB\ 0d Errsrer iSot cerrigmdei, Vietc^m dvt" 
tntii iUim trnutim. fri$rif judicij e9rsm eh nddtt. }*c^tnd* 
f^ifftd. dehetnf, pcndentihm in Hnfimg^ Rmrdti & pro.effikm 
UfMilnrum itlsrum indiJtMffarum ; 0s 99S mper ad ^6ju*iti$m 

1 ntmm I 



/ . 

Error in London* 

m*m f^dtf, R. fwggttmtit grr$fem in Rit9td§ & prwcffm U^mfM^ 
^mjf fmt $m§m ^m frsf^t^ f^it. in C»im mfirm Ovttmlit pr^* 
4(B, Mr Brf^tn mfirttmt tnOr A. Of pr^drSmm R. i# ft f»«^ i- 
itm R, tec tnffrvmift msmifffium, V9ki$ frmiifimut fmd Rtm 
nrdmm & frmfnm ijttfdfm msm i/vkit in Hmpng9 frsdtQ. m 
wninfsctrifH md ^rrtttm, f fwit fteris^ tmrigfmd' ^ 'va «iJ&^^ • 
Imimtf FuiUm, (pmdmu in Hmlimg$ fr^diB, diSm UfntU di 
gfr» i indtftufs) txtcutitmm fritrn yUitii pifi fa^iMtU mmm jm* 

fii^ in if/hit K, difftmiiMm ntn mtdi^mm ^ grrnvsmtn: fV*f 
i>/f«r ftditfipfM, ^md fi its fit, fumi idem R» imttmrit Wir 
fogiiitnttm Sffm-. di fsimfMC tarn* n^if, dt if md md ms in bs^ 
fMTtt ftrtinft^ tfwsm frrf^t. A. di •rrtrmgiit CT dsmfnit phi m 
kMi psrtf mdjudifsiit, fi cent tgirir fr mum judidfim »ffirmMri,^ 
Md fMumdwrn •Utrim i3 rmptnd. ifu^d Curis mfirs tmpd€r0m 
^Msn* m hM psrtt ; tmt ivcitut* fri§ri, jwdidi fsiiftid* fmffrff 
dtMtif frnhnti in Huftmgf frsd$B. Li^urU de Errfrt frnfrsdiU* 
£i fi idim R. m^fim* jUUii lUim tmftm fit, tf in frtjms nn. 
fiw0 dttitttm, tunc ifjum R. # ftiJBn^ iSm, fi fccsftm* frjidiB"^ 
^ nm aii^^ dtiimsfur in tudtm^ ptr fawrtiut. prsdiB. trntrim 
dtUhrf*r fmsUi^ mi did* Ufmlsm fusm dt Err^te /ff/#fi« f^f* 

fit, Tefl*, 6cC. 

And it tppeareth by thji Writ, thit i Mtn Oial) have mn 
Aflton tgiinft tny Pcrfon in Lmd^, by Original out of the 
Chancery dtrefied uato the Shcrifft of Lm^m^ and rhit they 
Ikall hold Plea rheicof. And i Mm OuU have tilt like'B 
Wfit^flrfw Upon a Judgment given in Umdm bcfort the 
SberiiTf by Plaint futd there before thfoi, withoat any Writ 
Original fued, ISi* And thefTWr fjlrtw {hall be dirtQed 
onto the Mayor, and alio to the Sheritfi, atrhough that the 
Judgment be given in the Sheriffv Court before tlKixi, to re* 
mi^ve the Rcccrd into the HMfiiugt to rcvcrfe u tliete» if, 
^4^ And the Form of the Writ liiall be thus : 

Rex M^j§ri (^ Fie.Lmid' falutrm &c. £^0 (n Rrind4 & 
fnftffkf sc etimn tm rtdditt'mt jndtcii Lupitis fu0 fuii rs Cm- 
rtm m^pra OvUmU fr^dtB^ tgrum v^kff frmf, PitHtmitihmt fin§ 
ft/ivi iftjfff, ffiimdum Ciwfmtud. ^jufdim Civifstii^ iitf#r A* & 
R, di fHsdsm irmifgr. tidim A, ftrftdf. R, iSmtm m dicitmr^ £r* 
r#r inttrvmit msmfifiui^ sd gr^vt dMmfmmm iffiui R, fitm tm 
^mmls fy4 M^ffimm ; Nw Ermtm (S fmifmtrj mU§ d4f$§ 
$0rrigif & p^rtiims fr^diB. plm^m p* ultttm jufittdm fitri 
'i^tnUi in but /^'#* ^tkii fr^Hpimm^ fu^d fi judiV indi n4» 
dit. fit^ imn Ritsrd. & prn^f* Ufu§U fradia^ itrsm v^i in 
fr^im, Hufting* n§Jh$ ijufd. CivitSTii vmin, tsfut tu j»r^ 
fimi* pfriium pr^d. ptr vu prxf* Viet $$m< its frpfr ba^ pr^um* 

if, fiimtrtji ^ur'p uutMn^ <>- dilig^mir tasmmuht & 


Error in London* 

Brnrtm (fi ifuir fumf) irrhjc parte mtda dMt. tofrtg, ^ fgr* 
Ukus or^difi' plrnam & ctUram jnftic* indi fitri factstif^ mt di 
jurtcr fettmd, Csn/ucluJ. CiviUdt fradiB. futrit fs€ind\ Jim 

And the Writ of Suferfede^f unto the See? iff, to ceali 
to do lixecurion pendant the H^rit c/ Error, may be made 
aod conuined m the fame JVru of Error whicli ii dirc£led 
unto the Mayor and Sheriffs to remove the Record into 
riir Huftings. 

£ And if Erronenuf Judgment he given in the HuAingf in t^H.^.^fM 
Lmim before the Mayor and the Sheriffs there, then the Par- Whtn Err^A 
ty who will fue to revetfe the Judgment fhall come into \\^eulu*d upm\ 
Chancer;^, and there fue a CommiiTion, direSed to Perfons*^^^Jf"^*f 
CO examine che Record, and Procefs and the Errors, and j^^*''^^ '^J 
thereupon to do Right. And tfaeCommifGon flaall h« thus ; y^^^ ^^ ^ 

^, Martinf^ 
mnd thtn the Mayor mtd j^ldermm JhtS havf forty Days to be sdvifed pfthtir Rt' 
€erds, Mnd ihe Ruordir jhaU record tbtj^tm:, Oic ten us, 

I Rtx diUBitt Sec. R. & S. fslutim. Ex p^rte B, 0C€tpimut^ 
quod in Recordo & proajfy^ 0i in redditime judicii Loqutm 
iat tfujt fmt coram Majare & Vic, Lond. in Hufiingio mftro 
ikidim ^m krtvi mfiro^ int. Q* & pned, B, de ^HMddm trsn^r* 
ZiCm itlsfa^ ut diatur^ Error inttrvtnif mantpftm: Nw, tn 
dtfiBst eermdcm M/tjtrtj & P^icuomittm ^uolgniex Errom. 
rem ilium (ft fntf futr') dtkito modo torrigtf isf pBrrihur in" 
di fart Jtitftitt^ (omplcTftattum, 0jpg;n0fnut *vot Jmfiic, no* 
firot^ uns turn lit qu<fs aJfodAvim\ ad fr^d Record* C^ pro* 
itjkt txaminand^ & Errortm (Ji f^itm in tiff aut in r^/- 
ditiene judic, Loquel^ prsd^ invtniri condierit) torrid 
gond"^ isf mi plenam is ctUrcnt Jufiic. inde partibns fadrndm 
fecsatdum Ctmfuetud. dvitatis pr:^d* Et idto vohu monda* 
mur^ ^ Mod ad artum dism, futm sd hoi frovidiritis^ ffftti 
Sank, Martin, magnum Lond. aicedMii^ Cf in defcSht pr^edt 
Majtris & ^ic, pr^emijfa fac, in forma pr^td. fa^ar &c# Ji^ 
€undum iegtm Cf cmf. ngni nsfiri^ c&* Civifatii pr^d* ; fat*. 
1/1 /i &€. Mandamut ^cc. tifdiw M*J9ri (^ f^a quod ad arm 
$nm diem, qmrn at fdri fac\ Rieord* & ^'"'^'^ LotfueU 
pr^d*t cum omnikm ea tangtntikus^ & partes prjcd\ eorano 
voiif ad iocumpr^d. venire fac". In eujm, &C. Tefli^ &C 

And upon this Commiffion the Juftices fliall award a Pte* 
cepc unco the Mayor and Sheriffs, to fend the Records and 
^ocefs before th^m at a certain Day, and to WAtn the Par* 
ties to he before the Juft ices ai the fame Day, i^r* And the K, 
ftall fend another Writ unto the Mayor and Sheriffs, to hav« 
the Record tni Piocc5 before the faidjufticei at rheDiV 

I a Atfijsned 


Error in London* 

illigneil Vy tft« Jttfticci by their Precept iniJf onft* rfi« 
Miyor an J Sheriff*. And upon thi* Commiinon the King 
iniy make AfrociArjon, antJ another Wrii Si mm 9mwts di* 
Tt(Xt6 onto rho Jiit)icci to proceed , although that Com^ o€ 
theoi ilo not come, is he {hat! 60 tn an Affile, or in Ojif 
and Ttrmimerf £<c. 

And a Man (hall have a Cmnmtflion to examine the Errorf« G 
and Judgment givren in the Huflinns in the Time of another 
King, tnd in the Time of mother Msyor, and other Sbetiffiri 
and (he Form of the Commiffion is fuch : 

Rix iii/rrfit^ Sec. £t(tiji tK f^ti B. mtffpmmt fmdin Rte§t* 
J$& frHfSUf &tc, fufque ib. jujhtid tHmplrmtmnm] mjfputv^ 
9itm V0{ iru, & d^t vtfirmm Julhcmr. npftr\ §d Ritmhim O* 
frtctjfam Ls^mU pr^di^^ w pfMltnitA nm$ Mmj^k it ^^ CU 
mis mm prmi"^ ffr i/^/ ImftT hn fr^imtmitmt^ fi intirifi mt/W 
friiif, sd EichpMm [anift Martini m^gni Lond. Jmptrvidtxd, (J 
fMmmtmmi*i\ fire, [uc Tupfa ufque ib, Civitst^ fr^BJ\ £a 
idiw m^tt mmrndsmnff tpipd mi it^tmm dttm^ ScC- ^mtiiniiif^ 
mfym dfSim EuUJtsm J4nBi Martini nmgm LnnA<m>s(ctdstii^ 
i^ pr^mJiM §mnis iS [iftguiM f^i. ^ txfUctt. in fnmm pr^drB* 
fsBur\ &C* ftt^dum Lfgtm & Ctnfuitudmtm Civustk p^* 
diff^lfml'VU, &c, Mmndsmur itlmmtifdim nvncMajtri ^P^ieumm^ 
^tt0d ml iirtum dhm ^ufm -w/p 8ec. tk fdri fmi, Rtnr^ ir p^m 
ttfim iMffttUi fr^tt^ tnm mnmtkus im tsmgrmihm f\ts f€mt$ iffig 
f^/Ugnr^ m dttJfitr tvrmm •w**//, 8tc, mi kcum JrjtdiS* nnwft 
fmi \ ft^frnttftpk* Viu fupd iffi fan fmt, frsf, 0. ifmd turn jk 
iU^ Errtr fi fmj in Rn«rdfi & t^^^jf^ ^^S^ liC UC fttprt 
in pirmifs', &c. 7r/f^, Zlc 

And upon thti CommtfTton the Rmg fiimFl (end tnother 
Wf it onto the Mayor and SheTiiT* nf Lmdm^ to fend the Re* 
cord ami Procefs befofc ehc Ciid Juf^icei, &t. And the Writ 
in the Beginning thereof IhiU rehfirfe the EfkSt of the Re^ 
cord ind Pfocefi, and aHbit jhal) teheatfe the Commtdion 
which he hath made to be directed unto certain Jafticcs, to 
ersmtnc, &c. and to do Juflice rhereupon : And then he fhilj 
fay in the End of the Writ, Et ide v^ha pr^tifimm^ ^m§d mi 
itrtam ditm, tfmfm it dim R. F. 6c $< ntd dm twrum^ v^Jfurtftm 
itrint, Rtt^rd Of pr§c*f, L9fytU frjrdiif\ tMfm mmnihm tm tmt* 
gmtikuSf fUM ftrnfrnt nfUtnt^ «f divtrnt^ 49rmm §u ^ intern < 
f§niM md t$(nm pntdiB. i^nirt fm4\ 'i^fymt prdfmt. Fit ffirt fmim 
f^xf. A. ^*i '«ir fii ih^ Ertwrm iUnm (fi futm in Rtn^dm (^ 
ff^fff* ff^dtB, mmt in nidiifrnt jndit, L*fntU pr^dtB. imtrvmim 
H mnigtfit) mudiinr\ & uUmm fsBwr, & nctpwr. ^mi Cm 
rimmfirm(PnfidtrmvtHtinbm€p0rft. Ethmitmt. &c* 

And if a Man bacb Judgment given for bim in Lmdm h^ A 






■ — ; 

■ Error in London. 

" fore che Sheriffs in cheir Courts, or before the Mayor and 
ShcfiiTi III the HuHingsof Umdm, tfid the Defendant, to de- 
^k Uy the Execotfon of rhe Judgment, fueth a Wtit of Error 
^ to remove the Record before the Mayor, &u and after the 
Parry Defendant who fued that Writ of Error will by fub* 
eil Means convey his Goods out of the City, or othcrwife 
wade them, to the Intent rhat the Plaioant may nor hava 
Execution of his Goods ; then the riainanc who had Judg. 
ment to recover fhal) have a fpecial Writ direded unto tha 
Mayor and Shertfft^ that they provide that the Goodi amoont- 
iog unto the Value of what is recovered be fifefy kept to fa- 
rtify the PJaintifF, if rhe Judgment be affirmed for him ; fo 
tKac Execution may be done of the firft Judgment upon the 
lame Good?. 
And if Judgment be given before the Sheriffs of Lmidin 
for the Piaimiff, and the Defendant fueth a Writ of Err nr4 
miu) removeth the fame before the Mtyor and Sheriff* in the 
Huttings, and when he hath removed it hy z Wric of Er- 
ror, if he will proceed no further upon the Writ, &(, then 
the PJainant who recovered ftiall have a Special Writ unto 
rhe Mayor and Shcrifft that they proceed unto the Exami- 
nation of the Errors, and to do Execution, if the Judgment 
be affirmed. And upon that Writ he (kali have an AUas^ 
and a Pturitr, vcl €aufsm nokts pgnifica in the Plnrits^ if he 
will not proceed, ^c* And this Writ was devifed by P*f^ 
ning then Lord Chincellory ami by him diJigencly examined, 
as it appeareth by the Regifter 

And if Falfc Jud|>ment be given in IreUnd^ the Party may 
ftje a Wri t of Error in the King*s Bench in England ; and the 
Wm&^ll befuch: 

Rix diUB. &fidel /wtf A. *ju^k, fm Hibetn', fmhtm* SjttM 
in Rfe$rd« i^ P^^'Jh ^^* Errtr^ tec. md grtve dam f /turn ifjtm 
B. jt€nt ex grmvi qnirdm fus actepimw: Nw, &c. efuod Ritord, 
Cy ^ttejf. UffueL pr^d*^ turn imnibm e« tmtgentibtfs mhU fuk 
figtit veftr^ diftinBi ^ mferte mittMtu^ ^ koc Br§vt^ its fuod tm 
MiJfmui tmli ditf tcc, fr^ut inJfiB. Rti&rd* iS fr^ef frsd^ ml* 
Hrius inde fitri fMcismut t^aod dt jurt fmrit fAtiend"^ Et fein 
fs€. pr^f. S* ifuad tunc fit ibi, ad pnftdend. in iAfuU priest ^ ib* 
sdfstiend, & ncipiend, qu9d Caris nffirjt cmfidirmvmt in pnmif^ 








RE X diU09 & fidtU fu$ I. di T. fsfittm. St«is m Rttfrh 
& ff^tijfu Si in rtddkimt jitdttii l^ffUtU qi»M fuit «• 
f*m Vikii & J^itf vffirii frnMi* mftfh 4i Bmtfo pr BnVM 
mfimm^ inttr A. & B. dt Ravrd. CJ ffUifit A0^ N#v# iif" 
jiijm^^ ^n^ hur w funtm. fmif ^ t*p!s sfmd S. t^rsm diltSii 
^JidtUktunpBrhVdth&fHitsfuisjufiu^ &C* Jijf%n\ d§T^ 
wmtmit in W- qns qmdtm Ruordmn iff pruif. f9t*m nt§kit 
ttrtis dt €MuJis vmirt fatmmf Mjrr$r inttr^mit m^wiftfim^ sd 
grsvt dsmfnnm ipfim A- ficnt tut fuenhfrs MUtfimnt ; tU$ Ir- 
fiffm (p fm$ fturii) in hsi fsrtt imdi di^if tirrigi^ & f jf^ 
ii^ut frsdiS. jmftitism indt fitri v^ltnUs, fnut tUcrt, ydit 
NsudsmmM, fu$d fi judif. indt ndd. fttf tmtf fmm Rami^ 
Cy fTHif. UfttfU frsd. mmm ^tt fie kdUrit\ fnsm ttimm Re* 
ttrd. <^ fr%€tf AMs ffdd, tnMm viii miffs^ tnm •nmiim$ gm 
f£Winit\ iu^$iJuifyiU,vtfir$^ ice, its fit$di0 hsksMMi^hc. ui 
kii iwffcBis^ &C. 

AnJ thii Wfit tf Error Kerb where the AflKe ptflcch la 
the County before the JuOicei of AfTife, and afcet wards it 
it removed into the Common Picas, and there ti Judgmtne 

Eiveo: Now the Party mty foe this Writ of Crror if there 
etoy Error in the matter; tnd upon thit he mty hive tn 
Misf, aod 9LBlmtf^ if ike Jtiftice« will iio€te£lfie the Re. 
Cprd, &t* 

Atii if the Jufticej of that Bench, or mhcr {Dnictf upon 
the Wttt of Error will not certifie ill the Record, then the 
Pirty who fucth the Writ of Error may alUdge Dimmutioti 
of the Record, and pray a Writ unto the Johtces who ccr« 
eiliedhefoie the Record^ to certifie «U the Record j and th« 

Rtx ddtB$ kJ fidtlifii^ W. dt T. fMlm\ Cmm nu nuftr mi 
friftiUtimtm I, dt IV mkti fitggitinfit, in Rttwd. & ftitfji^ 
se itimm in rtdditimt puUai Lufuil^ f M ftuf t9tmm v$hit ^ 
fuiis Viflrn Judu, n»firi§ dt Bmnco ftr Brtvi mt/lrttm, tmitm 
W*dt T* Ftttnttm Cf V dt R. Tinmitm^ dt tiv mtfMS^uf tmmfw^ 
imtMm in S. Errtnm imtrvtntjft msn^fcfiMm, V9kt$ msnds^vtrU 
ami, t^md fi judit^ imdi redditum r/it^ tmt Rittrd. & ^*wr)l 
fim LiqtteU pnd^ turn mmuk ts isngintiifMS ndh [uk figiU 
h Vf0n difttn^t i^ sptrtt mNtriKt, & Brtvt mfirwm f i#^ v$m 
Its indt vimtf its qnid tm hskrtwmt in Osfiim^ fmffi Mar* 
tint frtxim, frsttrit^ mkcmifitt time tftmut im Afl^tia ; M 
jmm fjr fsm ffsd. L ir H* iwtfi tfi pfinfmrn, fW Utti wi pr^* 
H9tu Brtvii mfiri frdd. Ru9rd*^ <&* frHiffitm fr^d, in sUf*^ 





mimus fofejfdtem de Attofmu fackni^. ff 

fut fmrtt tprsm ntbif sd diBum Cra/ffn. mi f rim, tiiju^ tsmtn 
egrtPid, Record. cS* frettjf. mcmn qujfdam aliM f« tMngtntia sd* 
h»e rtftsnt ar^m voia mittend*, in i^Jtw I. ds H* dMmpnum mn 
midicum ^ grMVMmtn : ldi9 njchis Mandmmui, tfu^d Jt it a tH^ 
tmi€ rtfiduum Record, ^ prtcefl profit ^ mcnm ^nmis sUs tm tMi^ 
g€miM^ qtt^ ut pr.^d. tff refisnr corsm v^^if, mitttndm nolle fttk 
fi^iU^ vejh9 djftinffe & aptrit miitattJ^ <fr he Brgvc ; its ^utd 
tm h^keamm, uiuZcerius in pra^miC &c. 

Dedintus potejiaiem de A t tomato fact endo, 

IT (oemeth that before the Statutes which gave Power itn« 
to a Mar) to make an Attorney, the Jufticei uouM not 
fuffer that the Plainiiff, or the Dcfendaoc, or the Demao- 
dtnr, or the Tenant, lliould make Attorney in any A^tioOf 
Suit, or Bilf, in any Comt of Record, nor in any other 
Court which wa« not a Court of Record, bccaufe the Wordi 
of the Writ do command the Defendant fot to appeari <^<« 
and that was always taken to be i a proper Perfon. 

The Form of Entry in every Adion for the Plaintiff, or 
Demandant, is; Et prjfdHutr $ku!it ft Hit die ^ &C. isf pr£* 
diB. Dtf. mn i/tmt ; iito pradptum rfl Fie* *, quod 5<c, by 
i^htch it is taken, that the Plaintifi was to appear in proper 
Perfon. But now by the Sratutcs he may make Attorney in 
a Cotirt-Biron, or other Courts \ and may make Attorney 
for Suit Pcrfonal at the Hundred, or other CourC-Baron ; but 
for Suit Real at the Leer, or at the Sheriff's Torn, he cannot 
do it by Attorney, but he ought to do the fame in proper 
Perfon, But it feemcth that the King by bii Prerogative, 
and before the Stacutcf, might give VVanant unto a Man to 
make Attorney in every Action or Suir, and that as well 
unto the Demandant, or Tenant, as unto the Plaintiff, or Br. Attorn. 
Defendant; and thit he may dircft his Writs, or Letters, '* 8+* 
unto the Judges of Courts, commanding them to admit and 
receive fuch Perfons by their Attorney, and that the Judges 
are bound to do the fame. And it feemtth one Caufc is, be. 
caufc it Oiall not be Error, if the Judge do admit any PJain* 
tiff, or Defendant, to make Attorney in any Suit or AQion 
in which by the Law he ought not fo make Attorney .• ^od 
•v/irf in Title of Error H.J 5, £ 3, and Title Attomcy TJ7H.6* 

And if Tenant for Life be impleaded in a Pf<^ipeqModV^^^*^U 
rtddat^ he in the Reverfion may pray to be received to de* 
fend his Right upon the Default off the Tenant, or upon his 
faint Pleading, and there he cannot pray to be received by Br. A^toi* 
his Attorney. But if he bring a Wiit unto the Jgfti«cs out u li. 

I f af 


of *he CbAciceiyt fellif^irf ttur he hAtb made Ariofoef 
there, and r^hctiic tHt^ C.xn\'r whereof^ that it to fi>% becAaf< 
be \\ fick, m ochrr i Ciyfe, enil cimimin4tng them 

to receive fochPeiikji. ^v Actorney for him in the Re^et* 
Cion^ the Cooit ought and it hoiind to receive bin by hii 
Anomey* And it if n >r miTeiial whether the Cattfe poc mi 
the Writ be imc cr nor, foi' it ts not trtverfjibic, isft, 

AlUeri?}!* ^^^ *^^ '^^^^S ^^' ^^^ Letteri Patent may Licence • Mill E 
I, fo mike % gcncr*! A'torney in ii»*tiitt# fUiiris m$t$t & mf* 

nmtdif, & m ^uihfctm^i Cur* : And by im Letteri Patent 
he miy Mpfefi who Aitll be Attorney, iirf or mty giant to 
m^ke Attotncy v^hom or who he will, without niming any 
Atrorney by hii Special N4m% 

And the King by his Wiit miy fend to tny Person to 
receive Attorney for another, f 'ch Perfon generally at the 
orher will nimc, or fuch Pcrfoni fpeciilly ; and thif may 
be at well foe the Dcmind^nt or PiaimiflT, at fur the Deft^it- 
dintor Ten int. 

Refiifler And the King may give Authority unto cme Pcrfon to re- 
^ Bt^Anwr. eeive Attorney for another in all Pleaf, end in all Cooro, 
nry ^ 7**f ^^^ ^^,^ ^^ ^^^^^ YcMt* And the King miy grant t Dtdimm 
*^ . I ttpsttm to receive Attorney for anothcfp for a fpeciat Cauft 

^,1, triced in the Wiit, becaufe he it Ungutfiiing^ or lame, ot 

it d Lictrpit, &t. or foch other like Special Caufe* Or he may 

mtUhd *t» gfinc a f)idim*4* f«t^fisttm ia the Genet ally to receive Ar- 
r:*^''* tomey for another ia all Pleif, without exprcfling any Caufe 
SrfSTVc ^^ cctrain wherefore he doth fo, 

' And M\fo it appeareth by the Rcgi(ler, that the King by t 

hit Letterf Parent may grant onto the Prior of St.Jtibi'i 
VHe 1% H.i^f Jtrufslt^m^ that he may mikc two of his Fiian, »n^ name 
^ *** them, (it in hii Place, which it in the PJace of a Proftur | ^ 

that the two Frian ftialJ make Attorney for the Piior in 4 
ever^j Attion which ti pendant, nr ro be brought i|£ainil 
[i^j ^^^ ''^ ^'^y ^^^'^ <^^' ^<^d for to challenge his Lib^rtitii 
* '•' ind for to dtfcnd them. 

And ilfo the Ktng by his Letten PiCent may gran? unto 
an AbSoc, for the Devotion that he owerh to the Houfe, 
that he may m^ke a General Attorney for all Pleas, und m 
all Count; am! the faid Abbot miy remover him and pat 
oiheri tn hh Room ai often ai it (hall feem good and needfal 
§ot him fo to do.' An4 fo by thti it doch appear that the 
King may grant unto all his SubjcOi to make Atrornryf jn 
chefame Manner, without putting oc Ihewing any Caufe ia 
th^Letfcri Parent. 
And it appta.eth by lilt RegtAer, 'that the King may 



^tkilmns pttflAlem dc AttormtG fackndc. 

gTioc the fame as well by Letters Pitenc under his Privy 

bciU Aft by Liters patent under his GrearSeal. jSi/t J^^i^ 

And when the Ring makes a general Guncunto m Ab- ^ /^ ^ 

bor, or unto any rther, ro make fuch general Attorneys, M^ CmM>^k 

v then it fetms the Abbot Ihall come into the Chancery /or fi^t^ ^]H 

■ ihall fend his Deed under his Seal unto the Chincellor, wk* J (^ ^*/S S 
W nelling that he hath made luch and fuch Perfoni his Actor- ' ■ 

ncys, &c. And thereupon the Chancellor ihalj make Letters ■ 

Patent unto the Abbot, ttftifytng that he hath made fuch and ^^| 

fuch Peifons bis Attorneys in all Pleaiand Courts, and upon ^^^| 

thele Letters Patent fhcwed unto the Court, the Jud^e ^^^| 

ought to admit and receive thoCb Perfons fbr Attorneys for ,^^^| 

chc Party ^ and tbtfe Letters Patent {hall be entered upon ^^^| 

Eecofd in the Chancery. ^^^| 

^ And the King may fend his Writ unto the Judices of the ^^^| 

k Common PUas» or unto the JuQices in Eyre, or other Ju- ^^^| 

■ ftice^ whatfocver^ teHifving that fuch a one hath made hit ^^^| 
W general Attorney in all Pleas and Quarrels moved againi^ him -.^^^| 

or by him» and alfo to chaUenge his Franchifes or ro defend ^^^H 

thiit FranchiCeSy commanding the Jtiftices by the Writ thac ^^^| 

they receive him for Aftorney, C^f. ^^^H 

There is another Writ alfo in the RegifVer, That the ^^^| 

King by his Wiic Ihall command his Ju0ices in Eyre, that ^^^| 

ihcy admit and receive (he Claim of fuch a one to certain ^^^B 

I Liberties, which he {ball make and claim before them by his fl 

Attorney , becaufe himfelf cannot be perfonally before chem V 

at the Day, ^^H 

^D There ti another Form of Writ to the Ju{^tces, that they ^^^| 

^ Admit fuch a one by his Attorney, whom the faid Party ihall ^^^| 

B make his Attorney by Letters Parent under his SeaK ^^^| 

■ And a Man may make his Attorney before the JuCVices, ^^^1 
srUbout tnaking an Attorney in Chancery, or wirhouc fuing "^^^1 
any Writ unto the Junices, commanding them to admit ^^^| 
any Attorney for the Party, PTainiifi or Defendant ; as the ^^^| 
common Courfe is at this Day for an Attorney for every Par. ,^^^| 
ty to appear in every Manner of Atlion, that they can ip. ^^^| 
pear by Attorney and put in their Warrants without any fuch ^^^^B 
Writs, if not that th^y be in Writs of Entry in the A/, V 
or Writ which is by Covin between the Parties, or a Writ fl 
of Right : Then the Jufiices in Dilcrecion do not admit B 

^ any Man to appear an Attorney for the Party Defendant, ^^^^ 

B utiJefs the Defendant do before foms JtiOice confcfs him .^^^^ 

H to be his Attorney, and that the Jn(%ices do record the ^^H 

H Warranty or otherwife that he bring a Writ out of H 

P the Chancery tedifying thu be bach there made Attor* ■ 

I ney, ^M 

Dedimus ptefimm de AthrnMio facicnd^. 

ocf , coon^odiog rikcm fi»r to fcoeivt bim for bif Anor. 

But theie trc divers Qftt in urtikh the Joflicfs i^'ill not B 
^W ftdmit cbe Defcndtiir by Atrorncy \ ts if he came in by Ctfi 
^ii^4\« ^^f^9 *^^y will not -tdmtt him by Attorney until he btth 
'^r, ^^ ^ pleaded fome Plea, and then in Difcretton they ufc tn fuHer 
^^C'i^lKtbe Defendant to mtkc Attorney. But if the Defendtnc 
4^E. |*iicome hy C*fi Qv'piti upcm the Exigent, the Jufticcs will noc 
** *^ 4* 77 tdmit him to rotkc Attorney, but give hioi L>iy by B«iJ from 
jjH d. iS.Term to Term until ihc Matter be determined; tnd tbit 
Vid. ^ e. 4- (eemf to be at their Difcretion for hii Contumacy, for in 
)^- that Cafe if they do admit him to make Attorney, and to go 

iH 1 1«' without Bail^ it if f>o Error ; ai it fccmeth unto me. 
\l i. J. 19, At the Qr^^nd or Ptttt Cspi returned, the Tenant may ip* p 
pear by Attorney, and tender to wage his Law^ and take 
D^y to wige the fame^ at which Day he ought to appear 
and make hit Lav. 
17 Rtf.a;. And a Man fhall not make tn Attorney againft the King G 
»c. In any Afii'*n fued by the King. 

%7H.6,tj, UpoQ a Refious returned by the SheriflT, and in Arttch. H 
^' menr awatded upon it againfl him, the Defendant Oiall not 

make Attorney; bar tipon his appearance fhall be ptefently 
committed unto the FIccf. But if the King fend a Prtiy 
Seal untn them cnmmanding them that fh«y admit Aftot. 
ney for him, the Court oui^ht to receive the Auorney iritb* 
out Appeirance in proper Pcrfon* 
f H. ;. 7. And a Man (hall fue a Writ of Error by Attorney if bt 
04# c^mni be not in Ward, 

m0p9 £>• In an Appeal the Plaintiff (htll make Attorney againft 
^y^jy-^' the Abettotf, if he fue ag'infl them a DiflrimgM, ic* 
'iH?7 a? '** * ^'^ rtiditum ^tddit the Defendant Sail not make 
7 H.4, a. Attorney but with Aflent of the Partiet. In a 9^%ti j^h tUmst, or Prr <ffut ftr^itis, after a PJet 
19 K.|.a6. pleaded the Defendant ftiatl make Attorney. It feemtth ^ 
mft^ u; ^. ItkewifG in a Stium redditum nddit. ^ 

ftilLfk trl ^^ • ^^^^'^^^^ ^^^ Defendant fliill nor make Attormr W 
toroey ftf.* without a fpecial Writ dire^led fo the JufticeS' 
If H. 7. 6, After a Cspist sd t§mfm*ndnm awatdcd, the Defendant N 
9E4.}.ac.Q|iU not mike Attorney, 

* « *^ ^' - A Mm may demand Conufans of Pleas hy Attorney. ^ 

f aT.cVi. '^^^ Plantiff after ApptArance fiiall m^ke Atrotncy io^ 
KaftiL ' ••* Appeal by the Stature oi H. 7. 

Mardcrr, He who pleads M'fnffmt^ {hull not make Attorney | 8^ A 
[37.] vi4# f. 4i £ 3, 6* M. 45 £. 3. Kft-^fffunrjl, 
^H. d. It. [a i Smn fst^m upon t Chatter of Pirjon, tilt PUifltiflr 


Dedtmus fotefiatem dc Amrndtc fmcndo^ 

^\n the Scire f MCI oj (hall not make Actorney, but with the 4' ^-3' At- 
Aflcnc of (he oiher Party he may . tomcy fo, 

»A Feme Covert may be Attorney for her Htuband. ptrk^' ^i 

At the Sc^uatur fuB fuo periemJ<h the Vouchee Ihsn not en- n H.TJsI 
ter ioto the Warranty by Attorney. Ncwtoliac 

Irt jitt0int the Petit Jury fhall make no Attorney. 21 H. 7. \$^ 

The Defendant ihall not make an Attorney in SiBihem, c^^- 
G An Idiot fhall not be received to fue or defend in ""V ^!h d iL 
A^ion by Guardian, oc by frHhan mmy, but ought to be al- 
ways in proper Perfon. /*■ 33. H,6, f.2o. ^ 

rAn Infant fhall fue by prochein amy ; bat if the Infant be 19 Air.67,2^^ 
Defendant in any A£iion> he fliall make his Defence by Guar- AtDf. Z73. ^Za 
dian, and not by fnchein amy. And the Court fliall affign ? H.d* 17. ^V 
^ the Guardian for the Infant Defendant, and that is common- ^^^rkhani. 
H]y oneof rheOiScers of theCoort. ^o£. ^./f6. ^H 

B An Infant fued a Writ of Wit^^ againft his Guardian^ and ^^^1 

W made Attorney in that Aftion. 48 E, 3 to. Jj^H 

^ An Infant was received to fue an Adbn of Viht by fail hH.^. f^^^^ 

Guardian, 16 H. 7. 5. ^^ ^*^ '• 

I And a Man (hall not anfwcc as Guardian unto an Infant^ ^'"'L '" 
who is Plaintiff or Defendant without a Warrant ; but asrJjJ'^SJ j^ 
^pTicbiin dtny |o an Infant he fluJi fue an Adion without ^offSj^e. 

■ warrant, HAil.^.ac, 
H The Infant (hill not remove his Guardian, nordifavow an 

■ A^ton fued for him by frnhnn amy* Anm 4I £. }. Lib* ^Jf^ 
H <&• Anno 27 £. J, Lilf, Ajf. n* 

P And the King by his Letters Parents may make a general 
r^ Guardian for an Infant to anfwer for him in all Aflions or 
I Suits brought or to be brought in all manner of Courts. Or 

may make two or three Guardians jointly and feverally to 
anfvvcr for him, or to bring any A£lion for him ; and at the 
Requcd of the Infant may g ant by the fiid Letters Patencf^ 
that the fame Guardians may make other Guardians jointly 
or feverally in their Places, to fue or defend for the fame 
Infant in all A^lions and Suits which are brought or fued, 
or (hall be brought or fued after. 

• And the Infant fliall have a Writ in the Chancery for to 
remove his Guardian dircScd unto thejuftices, and for to 
receive another, &c, and the Court at their Difcretion may 
remove the Guardian, and appoint another Guardian, ♦ u < 

N And fee in the RegiOer after the Writ of Fr^teBion cum ^'^^ 

tifmmfuU Nolumm, Writs direaed onto the Bailiffs of Hund. ^p^i^^^^ 
to receive and admit fuch Perfons by Attorney in Court. Gu9rMm$, 
mlthmgh it 
^ in Perp>nal Mi inn j imt Qucrc if k( cm fu« tirfm^t ACfim iy Procbeia 
|my^ z H. 6. 8. AOiton, 




me pro* 
*d n b€ 



which wMf 
mt by yit* 

kffre IS* c. 

Dedlmus fcteJldUm de Attcrndto fmtnio. 

which the Party wilt make onder his Seal, or other«irtfe : And 
alio Writs of DeMmns p^teftsttm tO remove Attorneys made, 
and to put others in iheir Places, or to remove any of the 
Attorneys, and to put another in his Place. And if a Mtn 
make Attorneys in Chancery to anfjver and defend in other O 
Courts, he may come in Chancery and remove him, and 
make others his Attorneys : And thereupon he fhall have a 
Writ unto the JuAiccs of the Court where the Attorney is^ 
tedifying chat he hith removed him, and made another his 
Attorney, commanding them for to receive him, &i. 

There is a Dudmtts pptifiMUm granted in the Regifter to P- 
receive an Attorney for him who is Vouchee, bccaufe he is ■ 
received for the Default of Tenant for Life : And a Writ ' 
dircSed unto the Juftlcesto receive an Attorney for a Wo- 
maoi vvhn prayed to be received for the Default of her Hus* 
b*nd» before ihc be received. And another Writ unto the Q 
Jufticcs, to receive Attorney for one Defendant| and Guar* 
dim for another Defendant. 

la ^aU jus awarded, where a Scin fiuias (hall be award* p^ 
ed againfl the Lords mediate and immediate^ they {hull have 
a Writ diteQed to other Perfons to receive Attorneys for 
them CO appear to this fiw^/* jta to defend their Right ; and 
epon Certificate thereof in the Chancery he ihall have a 
Writ to the Jufllces before whom the j2,«^/r jm is to be 
tried, to admit him who is received Attorney, and (b re. 
turned in the Chancery, for Attorney for the Lords in that 



In Detinue, or Ward, where fhall be Interplead tng, they 
ooghc to appear in proper Pcrfon and interplead, &t. And 
yet upon reafonable Caufe he may make Attorney in the 
Chancery, and (hall have a Writ unto the Jullices to re* 
ccivc him for his Attorney, and rehearfe the Caufe where- 
fore \ yet ic fecmeih it is not marcrial whether the Caiife b^ 
true or no. 

Alfo ihere Is another Wiit in the Reglftcr direded unfo ^ 
the Jurticesfoc him in rhc Rever(ion, where Tenant for Life 
is impleaded, commanding them for to admit Attorney foe 
him in the Rcvcrlion, if the Tenant for Life make Default^ 
as he conceived he wifl, and re(Vify in the fame Writ, chat 
he in the Reverfion hath mide fuch and fuch his Attorneys 
jointly and feverally, commanding the Juftices to receive 
them for Atforneys, becjufc that he in the Revertion hath 
fuch an loiirmity tf»at be cannot pray to be received, in 
proper Pcrfon. And the like Writ for a Feme Covert, who 
hath a Reverfion, and the Tenant for Lift is impleaded^ t^n^ 



Dedimus potepatem dc AtUrmh ficknial 

\ Jhe conceivcth thtc her Hosbanvl will not pray ro be t€« 

I ceivcd, lie* But in the Wtic it iki\\ be mentioned that the 

Feme is decrcpify oc hath fomc o(her Infirmity, that ihe 

cannot conveniently coin6 to be leceited in proffer Per- 


There is another Manner of Writ for the Sheriff, or fee 
Ihe Efcheator, to c&ufe the Barons of the Exchequer Co ad- 
mit Attorneys for them to make their Proffers in the Ex- 
chequer ; and yet rhcy are commonly bonnd in Recogni* 
fancc to do the fame in proper Pcrfoo, And the Writ is 
fuch : 

R/jf Thifduraria & B*r9mht4i fuk de Sf^ec. fskt\ ^a diU- 
8m my'tt B. FU. npfter SufF. €in4 fr^d. ardus ntgitis mftrs^ 
de ^kiktit i^fitm fpttiglit, QmrMvimm^ in tsntum eft smendifit^ 
p»d arsrn v*kk md ScdcfMr. mj^rum dd infians Craftin. S. Mich*p 
<|m/ sd inftsnf OB. Pafc* prQxim, futur*, sd Projfrum fuum time 
iUdim^ preut mvrU f/?, ffrjgnslif, inttnjfi nm p9tefi ; Vobii vtAn* 
dsmut^ fuod R. & L QUrU^^ qu^s idem Pic. sd Pr^ffrum fmnm 
frad, <or0m v^ii sd diSum Crjtft, facitnd. cwam nobk in Csnffm 
mfifd lot 9 fuo sfforndvif^ vd alterum ipfirum^ fi dmh inttreji 
mm fojmtf /w# ifjtm f^c, sd hdc rtdfidt, hac vie. dt grMti» im. 
ftrd fietUlI, ifjtfm P'lC. fr^ptfr dhf, fuam dd ditm iHum^ vd sd 
QB. p^^i ^ «^ m^ieftdns. in dUqu9^ fiu grav^nC. Ttfii^tiz. 

And the Efcbeator may have the like Writ for hii pro* 
\ fers CO make Attormy. But ft fecmeth this is not a Writ of 
' Conrfe^ but upon a fpeciil Commandment ditefted unto the 
Chancellor by the King to make fuch Writ, ^t. And the 
King may fend a Writ unto the Treafurer and Barons of the 
Exchequer, to refpit the Account of the SheriiF, and of the 
Efi:heator ; and the Writ fhall be fuch : 

'Rfxlhfdur, fir Baren\ &c, /*/«/\ Stjud dilcBm mhitW. 
di H* Vii^ noficr Wiltcs\ arcd qudJdm, &rc. ut fupra, efi ij»- 
tmdtnSt qft^d aram 'v^bn dd Sedcc»r, mftrum ad inftmnf Cfdfi* 
5. Mich, prtxim. futur\ dd Comp^tufn fuum dt txttihus Qgm^ 
frdid\ tHMirt mn f^ttjl ; dtdimm fi rtJfiB^ de Ccmptto fuo fr^d* 
reddtrtdo mfyut dd OBniit S. Hilar, fnxim, futur* : Et ide§ i/f- 
Sit mdfiddmm, fitod iffnm Fttn nJfiBum ilium immm kdkr$ 
firmitfdiit, TVjfe, &c. 






PKmiSims «rc in dlircti Fofirn, ind of divttt Effeftfi ^n^ 1 
rhe King may grtnt them for divers Caufcf. And there 
•le four Manners of rrotc61ions with the CUufe ydnrntdf. 
One ii a Protc^ion ctllcd^ St^im prpfeBtirtn. And •norher 
Protefticm> &*/« fwer^/ifr. And tne third is a Proreainri 
which the King by his Prefogitivc may grint ; md r he fjcnc 
is where ^ Mm is Debtor unto the K the K- mty grant 
onto him that he fliall not be fucd nor arrached^ but ralceth 
film into ProtfQfon until he haih piid the King h!f Debt. 
Bat now by the Statute of tf £. 3, 19. it ii ordered, Thac, 
the Creditor Ihall have an A3ion againft the King's Debtor 
tnd fhall have Judgment agatnfl him notwithfttnding focS 
Proteftionf. But he Ihall not have Execution againft the 
King*s Debtor who hath fuch Prote^ton, unlef^ he talK 
upon him to pay the Debts which the King'i Debtor owed 
Onto the King ; and then he llial) have Judgment and Ex- 
ecution againd the King*s Debt, or for both Debr5. &t. 

There is another ProtcOion ittm fUpftU v$hmmt And 
that ii, when the King feodeth a Mtn in hif Service imo tbt 
Wars beyond the Seas, or into the Marches of SintUnd, «nd^ 
there he it detained and kept Prifoner ; he fhall hivc 
fpecial Protf ftion reciting the whole Matter ; and in the 
End of the fame Prote^ion ftiall be fuch Cliufc : Pr4frntthit 
mtnfmt vtli tarts ptfl dJi^^stiffn. fr^d* R» 4 ft if, fr^ed", jf tm^ 
iimg. iffitm tttrum lihermri ah t^dim. And the Form of dlvetf 
of thcte Protedions duth appear in the Kegif^er. Dot ti th)8 
Law 11 now, every Pi otctlion caft fhitl not be allowed ; For 
if the Protection be to endure for two or three Vcirip the 
Jufiices will not allow the fimc ; and therefore the Form of 
the Proteftion at this Day is to endure for one Year and i 
Day after the Date thereof, and then to fue forth a new Pm- 
tcQion if need be. And a Proteaion may be caft for the E 
Party by a Stranger as well as by the Patty himfelf* 

And ProteQion fti /# fnftSutns (hall not be allowed if F 
It be prefentcd hanging the Pjea» if he be not in t Voyagt 
Royal ; and a Voyigc Royal U, where the King goedi to 
tbt War, or hii Lieutcnaoft or his Deputy'Licutenaar^ mni 
not otherwifc. 

And the PJaintTfr cannor caft a ProtcQion, for rhe PlrOb G 
tedion IS always for the Defendant, and fiiaJl be call fir 
him ; if it be not in fpecial Cifes, where the Pliinnff be- 
cometli Defendaac. But wbco a Pfotefiion (hall be allowed, 




ad when not, appearerh more plainly in the Title of Ph* 
^Bfon tn the gretc Abridgment of the Vetrs, tnd therefore 
g« not needful to (hew ir here. 

And by the Rigifler a Man ftiall bo by Proreaion when 
Ihe Qayeth japer f^l^j^ cufi^dh Wtft^inarshiM Angl. vtrjm Sco- 
'im. Yet j9nm it £. 4. fuch Prote^ion was diiiUowed. But 
Ifafll of Opinion with the Rigifler, 

A Pfote£lion ^la^ Miratmr upon the Set was dlfdfowed, 
rTVfff. ^6 H. d. beciufe that the Sea cannot ftay, and by Con- 
I fequence he cannot (lay upon the Sea* 
I And a P rote Q ton fhalj be allowed in a Conn of ancient 
iDcmefne, or in other Court of Record, as Ltmdm^ &c. And ^ h. ^* 21. 
I when the Plea is removed, the Protection may he allowed : cont.sftbtj^ 
And a Prote£tion allowed for one Defendant doth put theP^'*^ ^i**^ 
[Flea without Day for all the reft -, if not that it be in fpcci- PksmTreJ. 
IftlCares, as in Tiefpafs, where tlicy plead feveral Pkas, «id * ^^^' ** !f " 
he (hall fue feveral Finin fsiidt upon the lilue ]oined a* | H.4, f, 
gainft fhcm, &c* 

And a Prote^ion Ihall be fomettmes difalfowed for Vatt* 
&nc« betwiit the Writ and the ProteOion: But fee that in 
the Title Pr^ttBiw v\\ the Abridgments. 

PfoteOion (hall be allowed for an Infant, but there are 
divers Opinions amongft the Juniceij if it fcall be allowed 
for a Fcmc'Coircrt. 

And bow a Prote&ion fb all be made void, fee Title Fr»- 
I u&i69t, and in the Title Repeat in the Abridgments. 

There is another Manner of ProteQion^ (mm tUufJa l^9m 

\hmwt as appeareth in the Regider; And that is, where an 

I Abbotf or a Prior, or other Spiritual Pcrfon be in fear or 

doubt, that his Goodf, or Chatteli, or his Cattel fbalt be 

1 taken by the King's Officers for the King*s Service ; they may 

putchafethit Manner of ProtcQion cum (Uufu^s Mumm, And 

by the Regii>er appeareth, chat the King may grant unto 

a Secular Man this Writ as well as unto a Spiritual Man ; 

and if he dofo, the fame is good, &c. 

And a Man may excufe his Default at the Grand C^^» or 
Petty C#^e, by caOing of a Prote^ion. 

And if a Man be Effoined of the RingS Service, the 
Plaintiff may have a Special Writ directed unto the Jufltces 
ro difillow of the EfToin, if he be not in tbeKing^s Service, 
commanding them for to proceed, &c. 

And ic appeareth by the Rcgifter, /.180. that there art 
divers Manneis of Forms of Prote^Hom: Where a Man fcar- 
rth to travel the Coimtiy with his Merchandifesi orrocol- 
Mt the Almi foe thePoot of an H^fpital; or of the Churchy 






thfn lh€y tmy parchafe Lerren Pittnt of the Ktng^jt Pi 
CeBiOfi , commandfing the Kmg*i Subjedi for ii\ defemll 
them, ifid CO mainf ain^ aid, in<l ^flifl chtm : And rb? Bonn 
if (tichf 

A#jr ifmiiiitr Bstfivu & fidtUlfm Jkk sd fmi, &C. /j 
St^fiit. tmkk A* HI ndH f^/^ dtvifji m^tdM fa* Im divifj 
Cm* mflrif, O *iihi InfrA rtgnum mfl^. Anglic, frtf^itit, mi 
Utm A* utsfimn ^fnmttfmt knj'tfwdi iimist tsm (iti f9Mm 
hmmSim & ftrvttn. fun in pnfmu & rthm jnit^ fir fmfdmm 
0muUs /iw, (^ rtrvfii frHmrMtim^ dmrnf^r or fhof , dsmfn. d^M 
tmfmt fm$ & j0&wrmm de hmt Juif dt fjHiU, &CC. & pifuvlu^^ 
di fsctUfijft §vtnirt, w/iiw«# fitwrit^ti fu^ in bufMft4 fn^fU 
U^ grstitft i N01 patent (^ irmnfwiSitsiiW tikiiimfut in ngm 
mftn tmtftrvsrt vtlewtr^ J^jt'pivsui iffwm A. if*M9g§:isfiufr^d. 
in diBit Cii'^ mflrtj, ^ mtih infrs r^gwmm mftmm AogUft |tf«* 
fi^utnd*^ i if dim morsndt, ir txmdi md /n^iA W9d$und\ mtmm 
bmuma h fervien* fuvt^ se rt$ ir ^ms fus fMMtniRfin in fr^ 
$f0im, & difrnfim* ntfirat Jfnisitt: £/ tdt% v§^is wmUsmmt^ 
qm$d if/am ^dtffs nfgttis fna in Cur. wjint^ it ^i^i infrm tigm 
mm mtfirmm pf£d. (wf ftjtmiitttnr) fftfttfund^^ iktd^m 
dtf & txitide 4td ffffrim r$diumd\ met en hvmimi ^ ftr^\ 
Jmtf £i tti &• ims fum fujtfnnfut, msnuTtmattt, pr§ttg*, Of 
fmdsttj^ ntn Infer mttt tif, ftm quantum in vekis ip^ n^ sit it htm' 
far* permitttntti imjunrnm, mpUJIism^ dsmpnnm, vttiintismf inn 
ftdimmtnm mti^u$d, Jm grsvsmtn* Et p fmd tit ftrffsihoH fern 
iniuridt. futrit, id tit fht diUtitnt fm, emtndsr* : Dmmimmfm 
imttt A. ^uic^nMim ifittdinmftri ftnptfnii nojfri frM}uAtii%m^ sut 
€mtrm OrdiMAtitn ftr Di*mtnmm Ii. nir^rf Ktgtm Anglifli svym 
mfrttm , if Ctnfit, f^nm neftr tndt f*B\ tntrvtttitn, ttdtn fftim 
fit, i9§ft profi^^sr*^ mut stttntptit^ vfi mtUmffUfi ftn pr*ftfmi 
frsfumst nUt wt$d&. In tujut rd stfUmtmium, &c. 

And rhcfe Letters may be m«de and direQcd to Sderifi, 
Admirals, Mayors and all other Officers, &£ Aodtbcrei 
it appeareth tbic chty ought to fee and provide^ that fui 
pet font who have porchakd fuch Letters, have by Re 
of fucb Letters Favour and Right done utiio them, becanfe 

lit ippeaicth the King*s Will lo to be, &t. And there it th« 
Hke Proteftiofi for thofc who go with Paidoni, or to make 

iCoIIcftion for Btidges or Hrgh.Wiy«; and the like fof Spi* 
ritual Perfoni ; and the like Prote£iio<t for Mcrcbantt. Srraiv 
gen, which go into the Country to gather their Debts ; or 
to fuefof them, &e. There b anocbec Form of PioCd^OO^ 
which ii fuch : 
Rtm nmvtrfit <^ JmgnHf^ f^t\ tJiMU Msjmkttt^ BsiSmii^ 


Minifirit, se 9mmhm fdilihw ligtis mfiris quilmfam^Uf^ t§m 

Communitutt Ftil, mjlra di South\;^irk, qugm Miu rnfrs Uktr* 

tm$is fir txtrm^ fr^fentes Liiersi mo/irsi i/ifitris vtl mudtturis^ f§u 

imtm, Scistii^Md frfapimui in ftrottH. nefirsmfpicialtm T. W, 

mt homints & ftrvien, fttof, mantris^ ttrrss, & ttnrmints, hns 

^ foJffJpQntf fu^f in London, Sourhvtrirk^ Hatham, CJ H. in 

C#w. Surr\ ^c in S. C. £^ D. in Com. K. txi/lent\ nicnen hxc 

firifts ffr mummmtmfuM ^uscnnfut. Et ide» whi m^ndsmut, 

fmid iffum T, W. mc hmimt firvitntis, mMnttis, tirrss, ttnim 

minim, hns, p^pjfmm, littrms^ fif'Pf^, & muniment* ^^ei, 

mmmten, protegMtii, & difendatis^ ncm inftrtntu th^ mut eorum 

siicm tnfrrr, pirmittintej injiir\ mtlefiiMm, dsnmttm, *viiUntiam^ 

*vspnm, diflruB*^ fiu domtrnm vtlMliQrnm hmomm <*r CMtalifmr, 

imandimm^ fin aliud impedimtnt. sU^uod vel grmvamen : Et h^^ 

in fide^ diUBime & Ugmntim qmkm nohk timmini, fith grm'uJ fg^ 

TtifaB, noftrm^ nutUttnus 9miit§Us^ ntc Mlitjnis vejirum 9mitt3t\ 

In i^jftf^ ^c, per unum ann. dur*. Tefli, &c. 

Mm And mother Protcaion for the Prior of St. jMs, and 

m^ for his Priory, ^c. And thofe arc of divers Forroj, it 

•ppcarcth in the Title of PntiBim m the Regifter, »nd 

I therefore fee them there. But thcfc ProtcQions arc by the 

H Kf ng granted of Grace ; for every Man who is a Loyal Sub- 

p jcS i\ m the King's Protcftion ; but thefc Protcaions ar<s 

granted to move and excite the King^s Subjcfls to aid and 

comfort thofe who have fuch Prottfftions, in their Bufincfs 

which they have to do in the Countries for the Caufes men* 

A tioncd in the Protcflions. And it appearech by the Regi- 

fter, that every fpiritual Ferfon may fue forth a Pfore£iion 

for him and for his Goods, and for their Fcrmors of their 

Lands for their Goods, that they fliall not be taken by the 

^L King^s Parvcyor*s, nor their Carriages or Chattels taken by 

W other the King*s Officers, And it ippearech by rhc fame 

" ProtcSion, that King Edivurd in the fouftccnth of hii Reigd 

by fpecitl Statute did grant fuch Privilege to the Clergy, 

whom he took iaro his Proteftion with their Goods and 

Carriages. And they may have i fpccial Commiflion di. 

fcflcd unto certain Pcrfons to atreft fuch Purveyors or 

Officers, and to fend them before the King's Council, there 

CO anfwer their Mifdoings in fuch Cife ; and for the fame 

Pfotcaion fee the Rcfiiftcri /•/. 2S9. 

f l<»I 




tVirit Ji Droit Ji Mvowfm. 

AWne of Right of AJvowfan Ikth ooly for him ml 
hifh an Eftice ia tbc Advowfon ro him ind his Hcj^ 
in Fccfimpic, or Right of Eft«tc to him inJ hit Heirs 
Fcc'fimpic in the Advowfon ; and if be he diflorbed 
prcfcnt, then he fl]«l] hive the Writ. But if i Mxn have «d 
Advowfofi CO him and the H^trs of his Uody htgottcnt aag 
for Dcfiulr cf fuch ilTuc^ ^c, the RcmiindEir untt* him inj 
his Hci»s in Fcc-fimplc ; if he be diilurbcd, he Diall not 
hive thU IVntt hut i ^nsri imftdif, becatife be hich nof^ 
Tick CO the Advowfon hue in Tiil, and he ought to miiii 
fiTn rh^ xfkinn by th4t Title chit be cliimecb the PotTtffic 
(on, and that is of an Edare in TaiL And i 
w.,> %*MiM^ ought lo count of hit own P-'^'^'^-- r,. ,.f ^ 
Pofleflloo of hit AnccDort otherwifc the 
and be ought to illedgc Efplccs in the Pir» jn -, J^ ifi riKir 
of grofa Tithes, Oblations jnd Obvencicns unro the Vain 
ofp &t And chc Tenant ibiU come and make Defence, in^ 
may join the Mifc by Battel, or Grand Aflife, C^c And fe|_ 
the Form of the Count, «nd the Defence, and of joining 
the Mifc in the Book of EHthts, /. 5>o. 

And a Mm who claimeth to have Fee iimple tn an Ad* C 
VOwfon may have a Writ dt RtSt dt Adv^fatitfte mtdtttst is* 
t!tjl4r, *t^tl ttrti^r fartit, Vil ffUsrU fsrUi E^ilijt^, &t. 

And when i Parfon fueth in the Spirt ttial Court (ot U 
Tichei, which do amount imto the fourth Pate of the Ad« 
fili^.t a, vowfon agatnft the Parfon of another Partlhi then thai 
Parfon ^ ha is fued in the Sptricoaf Courr may piarchifc i 
Writ which U called MitJvtt ; vrhich Writ is a Probib'tioq, 
iod (hitl be direOcd as well unto the Judge of the Coctff 
At unto the Parry, ihac they do not procetd in the PIq|J|^ 
And then the Patron nf that Parfon v^ho is fo piohSJ^^H 
fcy the induAvit, may have and fuc a Writ of Riaht^^^ 
Adv$wJ%H <r/ Oifmtj I and the Form of the Writ it loch; 

Pr^cfpt A fti^d nddst B AdvHstt^^^ f^^ih 

tultfi di $. 'vtl quarts f^rtit^ v§J n^ 

And ihii Writ it founded upon c^ s f, 

in the End of the Sratut^, and dorh » t of 

the Tithct than nf the fourth Parr uH the Church, fiut ic 
fecmefh th*t It rh»^ Common I-awr before rhc Stamce, a Wric 
of Dffir dtt Difmit liy aod wii mainnimble ; it, Fr^- 
tifi fW9d nddst Adv tMtmtm Dtnmsrmm ^u^ufs fMrfm, vti 


iht IfVir. 

ttti tn 

rail t4- hi 

I ptrretd 


P ^xtdf&ftit JLitUftM, irt. And thit by the Srtcutc of igg^j. 

which is: Whitt^t Writi ef Scire faciAs hsvf htcn grjtnud fl 

I $9 W0m PrtlaUt mid %iktr Rtltghitj Clerks t9 mnfwtr Difmcs V 

fit put Chsmiry, and to jhew tf thty hMVi mnj Tktngj «r cmn H 

mfj Thi^g /•/, wkerrfin fuch Difmcs ought mt n hi nfijsnd u ■ 

9bt fittd Dcmandmjtf^ and to snfwer as wiii ft ut as ta tht ^| 

Pmftitt (ffttch Dilmcs; tkst juch Writs f rem bencsfmb h S 

m$i grant td^ and tht Pr^cefs hanging upfti fkth Wms hi an* fl 

WitMid and nptaltd^ and that thi Partus kt dtfmtpd from tk$ ■ 

L SiSaUr Judgts of fuck manmr of Pleas : Saving to ms eur PJght^ fl 

^/btfib as Wi and iur Amtftinrs havi hstf, snd win nfont to bavi fl 

■ if rgafon. M 

■ And by ehtt appciretb, Thst before that Sturtite rbe ■ 
Hf Right of Tifhes wis determined in the King^s Temporil fl 

■ Court ; but the Sntute hath now iltcred the Law. And if I 
w 'a Parfpn be fiied in the Spirituil Court for the foarrb Psrc H 

of the Titheii for which he purchifes Indicavit^ &c by S 

• which the Judges do iurceafe ; if the Patron of the Pirfon ^| 

which fueth in the Spiritual Court hith but «n £(l«te in ^| 

Ttil in the Patronige, or for Term of Life, he fhalJ not V 

hive 1 Writ of Drttt da Dtfma, or other Remedy by th« V 
Common Law, to try the Right of the Tithes, fof the fco- 
blcncfi? of the Eftate But if two be fcifcd uf an Advowfun, 
and uniothc Hcitsof one of ibem/tlicy ftilljoin in a Writ ilH*^, u. 
of Hfghr of Advowfon for the Advantage of him who htch 
lll^ Fee-(iniplej ^- '. - . . " 
G And ilfo a Mm IhiH not have a Writ of Itdha^t before iiE-f n,K 
ib^C fhc Party bath libelled ag;ttnft him in the Spiritual 

Court. And be oafht to fhcw the Copy of the Libel before « 

cbc Indiisvit be granted ; And the indkavir dotU not lie a& fl 

»CCf Judgment given in the Spiritual Court. H 

And i Writ of Right d« Mvoeatitm Dicimarum & 0^« ■ 

Isttonum ^itart^ partis Efclejt^, lictb n well as di Aivoiatimi ■ 

Oidmiimm quart ^e partis BctUJt^i tantnm, ^fl 
I If one be Parfon impirfoncCp and another be Vicar in ( Jt " 
the fame Church, and one of them be impleaded of the 

I fourth part of the Tithes of the Parfonagc, and the other 
implcidcd of the fourth Part of the Tithes of the Vicarage, 

they fiialJ have fcveral Writs of Inditavit^ and their Patrons ^t 
may have fcvcral Writs of Right of Advowfon of the . H 

Tithes, drt, fl 

And it appearcth in f 5 H <5, by the Opinion of fHttfuti, S 

that before the Writ of Indnavit If y of Tlthei foed in the S 

Spiritual Court, there was no Writ of Droit dsr Dijmes fucd M 

ibercupon. fiut it fcemcth ag*inft re afon ; for the Writ of fl 

iVrit de Droit ie Advowfon. 



K a 


Affi[t k Dmni^ PreftntmenL 

i>rii/of Titbei Ityti wdl for cbc Picroci, Mtlit A^SiVmA 
hy Ibf tJic P&H4M1* 

And in 11 E* i« if appetrtth tbit t Mm fhill faivc a B 
Writ of Right di mtdituu Aixmsttmit, where tn Advov* 
fofi if pirriblc bawixt two Copifceaeri| «f)d ooc of them 
d by 1 Sctingcr. 

- Writ of Right di Admtstitmt midkut, Mtdifs 
hy A hue two Copirceners do prcfenc two Pirfans to ocie 
AdvQwfofi, i!f€. As there ire in foizie Cburchet two Fir* 
funs ^^' 

And J Writ of Right of AdvowfoQ lieih di AdvH»titm§{ 
FttarU, Vil frAnd. 'Vil CspdU, and fuch like, i» wtW^di 
Ad^oHBtimt Ectlifi^. And xht King Qiill hire fach Writ ts 
^ ivell Aj « ccimmon Pcrfon. Out i Mtn flull not ftndcr i | 
I" .^ - Utmy^mark tgiind the King to enquire of the Seinn »!• | 
iif'tfk^'* '^^^^^ '^ *^^ King's Count* or Decljriiion, i$ be ibjil iji i 
' cafe • common Pcrfun bring the Writ. Neithrr fliilJ 4 Mtlt 
hivc final Judgmtoc agiloil rhe King, alrhongh ic be aftet 
the Mifc JDintd betwixt (he King and the Tenint. 

And a Mm (Kill hive a Writ of Right of Ad vowfon of a E 
Chftpcl whieb if a Donative, is wel] as be fiiall bavi if it 
were pre(eittable, to the Ocdiiury. 

^Jfift it Darrein Prcfcntmmi, % 

TH E Form of the Writ of Dsmin Prtfmmim for acoq>» j 
man Pet Ton ii tuch : 
Ittjr yii,fMlmftm Si A> fttmt ti /t0ir\ ^#, fmm jim\ &ci ' 
#^\ h^rit i^ Ugttl. kamimt di vtfa. d§ ^md fim fwmasJmPHi 
^fint, &t fsrati Ss4rmmnt§ rt€9gmfi, jmi Ad^i^ HmpK 
fsttt frtftit^vit tdttfti, Pirfmsm, ^it^ wvMtf f/f ^ md £iiUpsn 
d$ C. nnluUim f^Usr\ ^»i mwtpm ifi, ^dP^^imr d* v ---ly^i 
e«f, nr ^*^\ ^ €Mj%t Adv9c, tdtm A. dk. md fi ft m 

Ntif^Ttuft tifim tctttfUm iMsm vtdtanf^ ^ mmtn^ twmm i>»prr-^,^Fj /jr\^ 
m^ Quit Cf/iiM, B f»i Jtdv^. ilUm ft dif pri\ fmtd imm fit ih, Hdit. iU{ 

Dentin fi^rthcKrn^ the Writ t*; Kf« f^U f'llmm. Smm piwhm^i 
PrcCcfjr- ^«** *" lihT9$^ &f. and ihill not fiy^ / ktm ffuwit, &e^ t$ 
me^t t;. fotm*, Vt. btc^uk the King fb^ll not find Pledges to foe aii 
per Wcjt>y, ASioD, for he (htll not be amcreed, &t. M 

^ ld«d* 1 ?. If r^ ^1 find Titk /ir # 5rr4iif ^r i in tbt liVit, m Wl-ir /• ™ 

■ l^bf B^jk^J^JtHU Ammtiiif^r htm \ md d '^xmt wutki l\tU 10 m Pr^ 

■ fimmmiii j%^..f:(^. -» . 7 r>.r,^^^ p,c, ; ^^^ y ^,, ibid,4»ac 



fife de Darrein PnfemmenK 

And i Man fhill have Aflifc of Darrein Pnfmtmint, al- 
though be nor his Anccftors do prcfent to the hft Avoid- 
Aiicc ; As if the Tenant for Life or for Years, or in Dower, 
Qf by the Courtcfy, faffer an Ufurpation unto a Church, &c, 
lad die, he in the Rcvcrfion, who is Heir unto the Anccftor 
who Jift pre fenced, fliall have an Affifc of Dmrrein Frefeit* 
p<3ir, if he be diClurbcd. But if a Man prcfcnr, and then 
gnnt the Advowfon onto another for Life> and he foffcr one to £• 3» 
Ufurpation, or two, or three Ufurpitions ; now at the next ^**^' ^^^' 
Avoidance he in the Rcverfion fliall not have an Aflifc of j"^7iUi&t 
Darrtm Priftntmcnt, if he be difturbcd to prpfcnt. And that ^jffefind 
»ppeareth by the Statute of Wefi. i. C0p f . That the Remedy th^^i iensm 
of the Stanitc n given for the Heir of him who made the De- b tbeCmrt 
mife, who is in Rcvcrfion, and not for the Lcffor himfclf. ^^h' *r ^^ 

Ofwtr was tht hj} tph pn^fe^t'^, fy that tht Heir/bdU h*vt m Writ io th«Bifh9f, 
mtdytt ht (.mrit imht 1;(U by :ht: Prfj'cfttvioit. Contr. in a (Kiarc Icrp:dit. jind 
Sewn rives thi: Rc'tjm, bu %ujc hs camt^t cmvcy hy them. But if the ftttr ih slUdge 
the Ujl I'r^fcfitrtifm in br f(if\ Md (be Afjtfe be tf htr by Defttuit^ muifouiU ut Ui- 
pfa, jv/ (he H^ir jh4i raover, Cont. ifthiy he at Ijfue upmi that prej^ntment . 

And if a Man prcfent onto in Advowfon, and afterwards |^ ^•?» 
tlic Parfon doth rcfign, or is dcpofcd, and the Patron prefentf p,!j.fg"^^ 
again, and is dirtarbtd, he {hall have an Aflife of OMrrum ^^^^^ 2.0. 
i»refextmitit ; and the Form of the Writ fliall be ; fiwii A/iv^- 
istut tempore psdt prtfentavit uUtm perfmsm, qUit mortum eft ^d 
EceUJismt ite although that he relign, and be living. And 
the Form of the Writ is to fuppofc that the Defendint doth ^° ^* ^* 
deforce him of the Advowfon, and yet by his Count he^^^^^^^'J^ 
coonteth that he or his AnccAor& lad prefent^rd unto the ^^^^ j,^ 
Advowfon, by which he dorh fuppofc that he is in Poffct 
fion of the Advowfon ; and yet the fame is good. 

If a Man do prefcnt onto an Advowfon unto which hc^^3»4i* 
hath right, and afterwards the Incumbent dieth, and a }^*f^^^j' 
Stranger ufurpeth, and prcfentcth unto this Advowfon in ; £. 3^ ,b*tl 
the Time of War, and Jifccr thac Incuml>enr dieth ; now if he ' 
who hith RIghcdo preient again, and be diflurbcd, he (hall 
have an Aflifc of Dsrrtin Prefemtmint, and this Prefentment 
niide in Time of War by the Scrangcr fhall not grieve him. 

And foif a Man pfffent unto an Advowfon, and af ter- g E. 1, Dar* 
wards the Incumbent dicth, and another Ordinary dorh pre- I'rctcnr, i^* 
fcnt by Lapfe another Incumbent, and after that FnGumbrnt ^^^^''^^'^ 
dteth; now the right Patron (hall prcfent, and if he be ^U^V/*'*^ 
llurbed, he (lull have an AHlle of Dsftiin Pnftntment^ ^^^' jh^upfffeni 
with eland ing the mean Prcrentmcnts. ntihtRigkf 

And (b if the Gtiifdiin do prefcnC in the Right cf thetfi^smw^t 
K 3 Hut.Mi'R*^^' 





Jfi^ ir Dmnim frtftntrncrst, 

!ie iiiihirbeti, lir OuU bive an Ailiic at D^rrcis l^r^te- , 
MfNoQfli die Gftardlan did pfdbit rfic flitaii and i ' 
rmeiir 0ur if * Man prvfimc oaiii an Ady» 
Im^h (lie hm^ for Temt of Tiars^ nut 
>« f^ Qiardi IS void, md tie Tannc for VtaivikHlir . 
i£l N^ ^ T*^ ^" ^^ Incumbent dtedi and die LdGiff 
^T^i^ kdi$ djftutbcd « ir fcctoedi due be (baB ooc luva in 
efPismtM Pnftmmtns^ becwTe cbe Tciuiiit fiif Yean 
pfeftnr let bit own Rlffir Buz Ttpmr fisr Teiim l»]I 
*)iV7 AiC(e of DMrrum Pmfmimmf^ if he hsw 
fofe ; ind fin fluil tJ^ Goiiedjiiiof tte Hnc» 
Kfliea bcjkbfcs. 
If a Mm ofiirtt nfoo la laftor, and prtfiasK^ wkicti 
fill ^'^ ^'^ Ad^owtoQ hy Drifceac ; aod iftavarda dte ' 


It ^-— 


iCcrn. beOtall biTviii Afifir of OamiNi 

*f^^^^' f «nc pordufc tba Advovfimi aod pftfiar, Md afii 

TW mh 0% rt ,r r h h II r n m« itjl LJ mjxjt "Ir In ■■■#i«r mm! 


Mifaff, and iidytekii Wa ftrwpr; hrlUM Mf btvt i 
M^^ p^/<M«i/iw ftdB fe pww U» Writ off Rl^ 

If die Hintaid aod Wifv pivlbif vnto mi AdtMibci fa 
rlwRffbf of cietrdc, wbicli iff if>p<«idMfaM>t Minor of 
die Wi£e*f, tod ifrer the Hafbind tU^n one Acre, parcel 
of die Maoor. laich rbe Adeofvfon to Fee onco a STrng er^ 
and dietb, aod die Scriffgef prelena* aod alienedt die Ac 
ooco aaodiar in Fee, faeififf the Advoorfeo iwro bli 
a«id Cbeo fbe Chorcli radem ; die Wife IuH [ 
jf ftia ke diftafbed« flia lull have in Affile or J 
fmmim, becasfa dit Adnyarfoo wti ferered free dbe i 
bOI if die AdvoarfiM) ore re amendanr ro ibe Acre, rheol 
WA tmght to recover the Acre before Ihe pteieot lo fl 

And Ailife of Dsmm Pnfmtmm^ doffa ii&t He fer one A 
Cofarcener agtkA the od&cr, ai appeiiedi H if I^ f. atid 

_ Iff mki a Diftrtwn, whtm tke Di/ioi^a U kfmt iki Cmfiftim oH 

And if o«ie Deftnlim die In i t>Mfnim Prtfuomtm^ 
Vifftt i% itood by the Surviiror igimft the otb^r 

If a Dtftnfber prefenc unto in Advottrfnn, and fbe 
iToa brine an A(tiic of D^irrna Frtfiwtmtm^ and pcndint 
Writ ^t locttOibeQt dictbp if di? Difitobcr pfrrenctch ano. 



Qudre ImpeMt. 71 

ther locambent and dies ; yet the Patron {hall have an Aflife // 

t^Daniim PnfinswMnt upon the firft Oifturbance againft the ]} ^'^' ^\^,* 
Heir of the Difturber, per Journeys Accounts ; and fo if the j^^rilu' '^• 
Diflurber prefenc two or three Times within the ^\x tigiov.s bt' 
Months, the very Patron iha]] have an Aflife of Dsrrtin Pre^ twixt Psr- 
fimwunt upon the the firft Difturbance. cemrs, far 

if they caU" 
mtMgri i, thi Ordinmrj oi^ht to »dvnt the Prefentu of the tldeft j but eontrarj of 

D & fnvifumfmi corMm Domrn Regt^ Anhitfifcofis^ ^Pifi»P'^$ ^'^ ^^°' 
Cmntikm, & Bsrmikm, food nulis ji0$ uitim^ prjcfentMtivifu JJ^o '> ^^ 
d^ S£$er$ esfiBtpt d$ Eeciofiii Prmbcfidstis, ntc dt Pr^htndis,J!'a^*^^ 
Hin.i9H.3. 'Wclhi.i9. 

^are htfedit. 

E npHE Form of the Writ of ^jfv Imftdit for the King 

X in the Right of the Crown is fuch : 

Rsjr Vic, Lincoln, fBlfUm. Pntcipt, W. j^cbiopifiopo & R. ^^^- J"*' 

mmdfirwdttmKt not pr^fenfsrg idnumm PtrfonMm sd EeclefiMm do ^^1^,^' 

W. f«# V0iMi^ & id voftrsm fieBst D§m0tionem, & undo pr^d. ^;^„ „^y 

W. Atchiep, & R. m/ injuflt impodimt, ut dUitur. Et nifi, ^c. have anAf- 

fim\ &r t^dd, ^chiif, tr R. ^uod fint eorsm nobis, ife. viifiJeofDzi- 

MTMi Jmfiic. mfifis dt Bsmco, &c. l>'i" ^'7* 

^ ' ' fcnr. thfrt 

hi mdj bsve Qparc Impcdir, but not e contra. C. 5 Part, 102. In a Quarc Im- 

pedit, thelVrit fait ad Eccleliam ; andtbt Count dc Advocationc duar. panlum. 

For the King may fue this Writ, and every Writ, in what 
Court he will. 
p And if the King hath Title to prefent unto an Advow. 
foo by reafon of the Lands and Temporalties in his Hands, 
of a Bifhoprick, or Abbey, or Guardianlhip of an Heir, 
then the Writ is : 

Rix Fie. London^ ftlutom, Prjecif. W. Archiepifcofo, ^u»d 
farmttst m/ fr^fentMft idmosm Pirfmam 0d EccUfiMm dt W. qn£ 
v«f«t, & sd noflrsm fpeBst DvnMtiowtm, r0titni EpifcopstM Can- 
tnar* wiftr VMCsnt. & in numn noftrm txiftent*^ & widt idem ^^ 
chief. n§s injnftt imped*, nt die"*, &c. 

And if it be unto the Prebend, then thus : jid PrAendcm 
dc L in ieelejisy &c. qtue ifccst, drc ratione Epifcop»tuiy &e. 
And if ic be by reafon of Ward, then the Writ (hall be : 
Sipjg vMCBt, & sd noftrsmf ^e. r0tione Cmftod. terr. & bsredis 
T. e[wmt0m Comitit de A. defmtSi, qui de nobis teuuit in ecfite^ 
& in mmm mftrs exiftentis, & mdeprat, &c. nos injujfe, &c. 

K4 ^^ 

Qth^i ImftJiL 

And If it be by reafoti of Wiidlhit» by Occilton i^Fifio- 
tbcr W«rdfhtp, then rhc Writ ii; Sjt^ nf0€Mt ^ sdrnjlwrnm^ 
^e rsU0'** Cujf§di^ tirr & k^ertd.J. 'l\ m m^mm Dtmiti E, 
P!«p#r Rtgii hngV, Pstrif mfih^ rMUm§ Cmfitd. ttrr^ ^ bdHdit 
S.dtC. ^»4ndtm Cvmttit Glouc. dtfmnB%, de fn* tdfm L i^rrtm 
fuMm tinmii ptr Jrrvtitum mthf0r\ im mmtu tjifi^em PMtrit mfhi fl 
§xtjlim\ &mnd§idtm, &c. wit tnjmfit tmfed\ ui dJc4!mr^ ™ 

And by the Regifter che King {Kill pin with anotbcr 
Pcrfan in i S^^rt Impidtt ; and the Form of the Writ b fucb : G 

g#jc ati«\ &t.ftdt$f. R. di C. fwdjitfie^ (fr> ftrmtUsM mi^ & 
9 if# T. fuJfnrMrt idmtt&m Ptffmmm md E^clefitm di K. fus <sw* 
M^, & sd mjlr^m, rgrimi Cmfi$d, ttrr^ & kdrtd I f^ ftdi 
UM9r. T, ii N. fm di mhs strnmi in tsftu, dtfimSt, in msnm 
mjtrs ixiftmtii, & nd tffiu$ P. di T ffiBst 0§nmtm\ & iwrff 
fr^d[*, fb-t, mt & fr^st. p. di T. tmju^i imfid. 
f I S* |. Br. Bur now the comcuon Oprnton is, tbie the King (hill hive 
C^treldv* the whole Pfcfcntmcnt ilonc, tnd iJonc IKiM hive che 
P^*^* Aftion. But mcthinki thjt it ftands with reafon ihit the King 

«nd che other join i ai in i popular Aflion the Parry 0iall 
fue for the King and for bimfelf, and the Wordi of the Writ 
#rc i Si^t ism ^ra Dtmma Ktgi, fumm fn feifjt fnfmtur^ dc* and 
rbat in an A£tion of Di:hc, &c, and by the fame Reafon the 
King niiy fuc for himfalf and for the Party. And the com- 
mon Eipcrtencc if, chtc a Man (hall hold Lands in comnion 
with rhc Kingf and alfo Chatccts : And by the fame Reafon 
they may have the Prcfcntmeot ot Advowfon in common. 

And if • M«n be diOurbed to prcfent unto a Parfonagt, I) 
then the Writ (bill be, Pf^c*, &c. ^wd ptrmiiUt if^fim fww 
fentsn, &(, sd Eedefiam, Cf^. for the word EuIijU ii alwayt 
intended a Pirfon»gc. And if it be a Vicarage, then the 
Writ is; qn$d firmitiM tpfrm prAfimisr. ad i^amr. And if it 
be a Prebend » thea ad PnhndMrn i and if a Chapel ^^ Cipti* 
irnn ; and fo he ought Co name the Advowfon as it ir, &*- 
$ ii 6 71. 
f I] ] A Mm (halt not have § Si»srt Imfidit di divUMt, midinm* A 
t * tit, mt ds miditui. AdvamanUt &c. And if one Mm hath B 

the Notnination unto an Advowfon^ and another hath the 
Prcfentaiion^ if he name his Clerk, and he who hath the 
Pfefentition« prefent another Clerk; he i^hicH hirh the No« 
minatic^n Ihill have a /^lurr tmfidit^ and the Writ (ball bc« 
oiiid fttrntHMt tpftm fr^ffmtt^t^ isc. and in hti Cognt be (ball 
fct forth the fpecial Matter, and it (ball be good. 

And fo if a Man hith a Chamry. u^hich it a Domttre C 
by Leftcii Parent, m^i he give the fame unto a Oerk, who 
is difiuibed by another, or iQo:htr do(h prefent to bitJ~ 


Qugre Imfiiiu 

Chintcry. orgivcththc fimc by Letters Patent; he which 
hath Right fliall have i ^4r# Jmptdit of that Domtivc 5 
and the Writ ihall be, fnW permtttst ipfum pr^finUn, rfrc. 
md C^ntarUmf &c, and in the Count he Ihill fct forth the 
Special Matter, 

[D And if t Bidiop be diflurbed to prefenc where he ought 
to make ColUtion, the Writ Ihall be, fued firmittat ipft 
frafimiart, &r. and Ke (hall count upon the Callacion. 
p And To if the King be diilurbed to collate by his Letters 
Parent unto his free Chape], he (hall hive a S^n Imfedit^ 
and the Writ fh all be« qn^dftrmiUtu i^fum frafiMartf (^c. md 
Pr§ke»dsm m his free Chapel, &c^ 
P And a §lmar« Impede lieth of a Priory, or of in Abbey j 14H.4 jtf.W 
and the Writ (Hall be, ^nod permitt^t ipfum pr^fmtsn md Prif . 
wgSmH fim AUa:Um, tSte. Sec the Book of Entrits 5^. 
fi And there is another Fornit of Writ, ^u^d pirmittat ipfitm 

I fnefmian ad EiclefiMm D^mus S. Martini Briftor, ^t$^ vscMt 

I (^£, and fo of an Hofpital, and the like. 
H And a Man (hall not have a §l^Mrt fmftdit if he cannot 
aliedge a Prefentment in htmfclf or in bis Anceilors, or in 

I another Perfon^ from whom he claimerh the Advowfon, and 
that m his Count, if it be not in fpecial Cafes: As if a Man 
at rhu Day cre£l a Church parochial by a Licence of the Kin^ 
or other Chantery, which Ihall be prefentable, &c, if he be 

I di(Yurbed to prefent to the fame, he fliatl have a S^e Impi* ^jK.a 
dtt, without alledging of Prefent men t in any Perfon, and id H. 7.1 
fhali count upon ihc Special Matter. Keblc ac, 

I I And if a Man doth recover an Advowfon againft mother 

I id a Writ of Right, when the Church voideth he fliill pre- 
iinc, and if he be difturbcd, he lliall have a S^ar9 Imptdit^ 
and alledge the Prefcncmcnt in him againft whom he re- 
covered, without alledging any other Prcfentmcnt And a 
Man fhall hive a Si^rt tmftdit and aliedge a Prcfcnrment 
bv hit Pro^or, and it (hall be good, without alledging a 
Prcfcniment in himfclf: Sl^^d *vid, 17 £.3. 
K And if an Abbey hath been Parfon impBrfmn Time out C.% PmU 
of Mind, and afterwards the Abbey is difturbcd, he of47-b. ac- 
whom the Advowfon is holdcn ihall prefent, and if diftur* 
bed, (hill have a S^^rt Impidtt^ without alledging of any 
Prcfcntmenc in the Count, but (ball (hew the Special 
L If Coparceners make Partition to prefent by Turns, and ^J 

fo do, and afrerwarJs the younger SiDcr die* her Heir within ^| 

^nAge, and in Ward to the King, and afterwards the Church ^| 

^boid two or three Times during. the Nonage of the Hctr, ^| 

^F who ^1 

xi B. t* Br, 

If a 7.1, 


(2«iire ImfidiK 

who is the Kifig*i Ward £ the King (hill fttUnU iod if Im 
be didorbcdf ht fliall have i ^«#rf Imfidis ilofK M it t^ 
pcir^ch If 12 £ 4 But, fiving the Opinion ot the Booki I 
cooceii^c the Law to be other wife, bpcaufe the lahcriunce 
ofthc Prefcntmcnt it ^cvcril,d^r♦ Ani ifcwoStftcrt be, ind M 
hive in Ailvowfon which becometh void, the cld<ft Sifter 
(bill hiVe the fifik PrcftncEnent; ind fo the liuibind o( the 
elJcft Sifter ( if he beTeninC by the Cotartefie of tbe Ad* 
vowfon) Ihill hive the firft Prcfcntment ; ind theTeniOtin 
Dovicr ftiill hivc btit the third Prefemtnenr, &€, 

If the King hiVe tn Advowfon in Fce« which voidf, ladN 
daring the Avaidince the King grinteth the Adirowfon in 
Fee, the Ring ihiJl not prefcnt to chif Avoidmce t But if 
the King hive in Advowfon by reifoo of the Temporilfiet 
of i Bifhnp, ind during the Avoidance the King reliorc the 
BiCkop the Tcmporilrics, yet he ihill prefcnt unco the Ad* 
vowfon ind not the Btftiop for thti Avoidmce, 

ff the lieir fue his Livery ind hith it, yet the King llitll O 
prefcnt unto in Advowfon which becime void during tbe 
ftffie thit the Advowfon ind Land were in the King*s hindl. 

If i Min be fcifed of in Advowfon in grofs or in Fee ap* P 
pendant unto a Minor, and the Advowfon void^ and be 
dyetb^ his Executor fiiiU prefent ind not the Heir, bcctofe Q 
it WiS a ChitteJ vefted ind fevered from the Minor. And 
if a Mau be d'tffcifcd of a Manor unto which an Advow^>H 
<oC }.:6. (<)n i* appendinr, and the Advowfon bfcome void, the Dif* ^ 
«r. Vid. «/I fctfee may prefcnt tnd hive a Qjisrs Imftdis, although he R 
r«r 14* R. hi(h not rntcred into the Minor But if the Btfta»|i dte» ^ 
ind the Advowfon happen void before hit Death, the Kingt ■ 
(hat! prefcnt unto the fime by reafon of the Temporakieff,, 
and nor the Bi[hop*t Fjcccucori. 
^11. 4* \9' So if a Min have a Manor onto which an Advowfon tsS 
4oE«t. i> appendant in Fee, and thr Church void in the Farher*s 
^fr44.K* Jioue, md he dif, and his Heii in Ward w the King, thft 
«♦!' fi. King (hill have the Picfcnrmcnr. 

1*Jb^r iTC* Guardian in Socage of a Minor unto which an Advowfi^n f 
ii appendant, and the Church void» the Heir (hall pfefent^ 
and not tbe Guardtafi, bccaofc be cannot account for thm 

V the King grant unto an Abbot and hif Anceftort, that V 
the Monkf (htll hive cheTcaJporalties during the Vjcatioii^ 


the Monkf ihtll hive cheTcaJporilnes during the v 4catiOfi« __ 
now if the Advowfon happen void during the Vacation^lbe ■ 
Monki ftialJ prefent to the finie. M. 30 £. |, ^ 

The Prtfcntition to the Vicirage doth of common Right A 
appertain unen the Par(on ; bat be may grant (be iiisie 10 
another by Afltnt of the Pition and Ordinary. Tttt 


Qam Imftdii. 

The Heir in Tall ftill not hive a P/e fentment fiHen \n 
the Life of the Tenant in Tail, but the Executor of Tenant 
in TiiK So the Tcrofier fhilj hive the Prefentment which 
happenerh during the Term, although he hath not prcfcnt* 
c4 daring the Term to the Advowion^ <5^f. 

The King may repeal his Nomination or Prcfcntation, 
but t cofumon Perfon cannot i^o do. And the King fhall 
haim a Writ upon a Bifhop to indufi one into a Prebend 
which the King hath given onto him ; and to give bim a 
Seat in the Quire, and a Place in the Chapter-houfe. 

And 1 Man fhall have a SluMn Imftdit of an Hermitage, 
aad a Writ to put him into corpora) FofleOion. 

If the King recover by SJtf^ri Imfidit, and afterwards fi» 
tiiy the Eftatc of the Incumbent ; yet at the next Avoidance 
the King {hall prcfcnt, bccaufe his Recovery and Judgment 
for him WIS not executed. T,^E 3. In a free Chapel of the 
King, where the Dean ought to give the Prebend*, if he do 
not collate within iix Months tioto them, then the King 
Qull prefent by Lapfe to them as Ordinary, 

If an Advowfon be void by fix Months, at which Time 
the King is feiftd of the Tcmporilticsof the DiOiaprick^rbe 
King fhill prefent to this Advowfon, as the Bifhop ihoafd 
do \ ind the King {hall have t ^sr* Impidit of the Sub' 
Dficonry of TVrjfe, which voided when the Temporahics of 
tht ATchbifiioprick were in the King^s Hands ; and the 
Writ thai! be, ^od ftrmhtat eum prefent art ; and yet the 
King (hall have this Sub Dcaconry by his Letters Patent. 

Where Partition is made betwixt Coparceners by Licence 
of the King of an Advowfon in a Court of Record, as in the 
Common Pleas, and afterwards the Coparcener who hath 
the next Turn dierh, her Heir within Age and in Ward to 
the King, and the Church void ; the King fhall have a Scitt 
fsiisi again(l the other Coparcener, ^c. upon that Parti- 
ion, and yet he wis a Stranger to the Partition. 

If two Coparceners make Partition to prcfcnt by Turns, 
althongh that one of the Coparceners do afterwards ufurp 
fpofl the other Coparcener, and prefcnts in her Turn, that 
'refcntment ftiill not put her outof PoiTcffion, but fhe IhaU 
have her Turn when it falls again, and ftiall have a ^•#fl 
Jmfidit^ or a Seirtf^tiMi upon the Compodtion if tt be upon 
Record, if Ihc be dtHurbcd for to prcfenr, &t> 

ti a EtfliDp make a ColUtton, and before Induftion or In- 
iVftJIaclon dicth, and the King feifeth the Temporaltics j he 
fljiU hive this Prefentment, becaufc that the Church is not 
full againft the King, until the Pirfon or Prebend be in* 
JElilled or induCted* ^ 

7 R 4. 1131 

DytT 160. 

Koberr OQ 



50I1. j.i^i* 
3«E ^V 

Qtfdre ImfeMt, 

14!. 1. 1). If i p4r(ao liJife i V^tomgt, tnd ifccrwirds doeh uktt, 
llM^^li V, fjf tnochcr Bcnrfice wirltout Dirpcrifitton ; now the firfl Beti6* 
^fhK^ f6a ficc if void, «nJ tlir P#uoa tbcfcof miy prcfcnr^ fot ihis 

' Jftf*?rtfent* iria the Time of Vicarion of an Abbey or Priorf, a M 

'^/'^m 8l* Cboit-ii h»ppcn void^ which ii of the PAtfon^gc of chc Ab* 

^^g|lii<4^. bot or Prior, and a Stranger doth ufurp and p/clcnt there- 

^^K Vfiro; rhii Ufurpfttion (ball not pfcjudice the SucceiTor, but 

^^V' atihencit Avoidance of theftid Church he miy prefenf^ 

^^H «nd have a ^mrt impdit ; but otherivife it is if an UrortM- 

^^H rion fliall be had in the Time of hit Predeccflbr, for that 

^^m fhiU put the Succeflbr out of PofTcflion, if the fix Monthi 

^^ be paft. 

^^V If i Vicinge happen void, ind before the Parfon prefent, N 

^^H he li made a Bilhop, (7r. yet he fhall prc&ncuiito this Vici- 

^^H nge« bexiufe it was a Ghartel vcfVed in him. 

^^H. The I'oundtr of a Priory (hall have a .^«jr# fmfttUi agatnft O 

^^B^ che Subprior and the Convenr, if they difturb him to prcfent 

^^H to an Advawfon which belongtth to the Houfei ific void 

^^H daring the Vacation, where the rounder ought to have the 

^^H Tcmporilficf during the Vjcarion. P. g E, 3. 

^^H If a Mm craverfe an Ot!icc found of a Manor onto which p 

^^H in Advowfon is appendant, and upon the Traverfc the King 

^^H leifeth the Manor unto him who tcndred rhc Traverfc with* ^ 

^^H out mentioning the Advowfon » and aftct wards rhc Chtifch ■ 

^^H void, he who tend red the Traverfc (hall have the Prefenc* ■ 

^^H fivent, if the Traverfe be found tor him 

^^H If a Feme be tfUgned che third Part of a Minor unto Q 

^^H which an Advowfon is appendant in Dowcr^ (he fbtll have 

^^*^ the thiid Prcfcmmenr. 

■ i4R^.i4. If the Pitron be outlawed in Trefpafa, and the Church R 
W Ntwton, void, rhc King Chill prefenr. becaufc of the Outlawry, 

B Z*™* " <rfi- Ifi Feme purcfurc an Advo^ifon, and tike a Hti^band^ S 

■ ^**|f|f^«ttd the Church void, and a Stranger doth prcfent, and the M 

■ I^ tV Hillband luffcr an Ururpitioo, &c by this Ufurpa'Jon the | 
{;j^g^ Wife fhall be out of PoffcfCwn^ after the tlx Month) ptft ; 
tff$idt sH and (be (htU be piu to her Writ of Right of Advowfon, if 
Hmskamd Qie have prefi^nted before j and if (he hive not pfcfenied. 
P'/^™J^** ftc U without Recovery : But other wife is it if the Feme 
wwr 1^ (hall have an Advowfon by D^fcenr^ or by Coorfe of Ifiiie-,|l 
Rfihtmibi ritance. '*1 
mfi. If an Ijifanf or a Feme Covert do nor prefent wiihio (u T 

Montbi, the Bifliop may prefent for Lapfc. 

One Jointenanr, or Tenant in common, (hill not bavc V 
% Si^sti imfidii far the Advowfon m bicb they have in cam* 

Quare ImpeJiL 

moo, or in Joiorurcj if one of them pfefcnt folcly igainft 
hit Companion. But if t^o Coparceners cannot agree in 
the Prcfcnttncnr, the cldcft Sii>cr IhaJl have the firfl Frcfcnt* 
mcQC, and he who hath her Eftate ihall have the firft Pre. 
fcntracnt ; and if he be difturbcd by the other Coparcener, f^n iitfcrndf 
flic or he who harh her Eftatc fhall have a Sivsn tm^tdit '* '^* ^•" 
igtinft the other Sifter j and the Coparceners and thofc who ^f^^o7Zg 
bivc their Ertatcs, ftiall prefent as Coparceners ought to j^ge^atuitbt 
do, fed. the cldcft iirft, and then the Middlcmoft, and then i^ihcrwith- 
the Third, and then the Fourth, and fo as they ihall be of '« >%'. '** 

tkt etdeH^ she Chterch Wid, ke preftfitt in koth their iJama^ thi fm^ifi cmutb ^ 
j^t iflwjf ^t 9j OpfTtion, that ifthty do mf ^ree tbi tldifi jMl ^rijtni^ mid m 
fbsil k her Tkrn : Otktrs cmtrarj. Quaere, 

1 X If ^^ Infant have a Manor unto which an Advowfon if 
appendant, and fuffcreth a Ufurpation when the Church 
bccomccb void, and afrcrward at full Age grants the Manor 
in Fee, and afterwards the Church become void ; the In* 
fint {htlJ prcfcnr, and not the Feoffee of the Manor, for 
the Advowfon was fevered by the Ufurpation ; and yet the 
Infant may prefent to the fame. 

I A If the King's Tenant hath Title to prefent unto an Ad- 
l vowfon, which is void, and the fix Months pafs; and after* 
I wards the King's Tenant dicth before the Bifliop prcfcntctb 
i for Lapfc, hii Heir within Age, and in Ward to the King, 
f the Biftiop lliall not prefent for Lapfe, but the King ftiall have 
thiiPrcfcntment by reafon of the Wardlhfp. P. iB E 2- 
LJB If Tenant in Tail of a Manor, unto which an Advow. 
K^ (on IS appendant, difcontinue the Manor in Fee with the 
p Advowfon, and after the Oifconcinuer granteth the Advow- 
fon unto another in Fee, and afterwards doth re-infeojFth« 
Tenant in Tail of the Manor, who dieth feifcd of the Ma* 
nor; his Heir (hall prefent unto the Advowfon when ic 
fhall happen void: And if he be difturbed, he fhall have « 
St^re Impedit^ becaufe he is remitted unto the Manor, and 
bath not Remedy to come to the Advowfon. 
C The Defendant in a Q^an Imftdit may ^nt a ^^n Impi' 
iii againft the Plaintiff, if his Clerk be nor admitted nor 
mftttuted. And if the Plaintiff*s Clerk be inftituted and 
Induvted prndant the Writ, it fhall not abate the Plaintiff's 
Writ; but in that Cafe if the Defendinr recover againft the 
Plaintiff, he ftiall avoid the Plaintiff's Clerk ; and fo if the 
Defendant's Clerk be admitted pendant the Writ againft 
biin, if the Plaintiff recoveri he Ihall avoid the Defendant^ 

Clerk ; 


Clerk: Bot if the Cktk fsf iht Dcieoditit were tdmltted 
mrA»; tared If ihs Time of the Turchife of the Wrlr, and 
[iff purchifc the VVrtf only igiinft the Pitron, noc 
i„..,iu|i the |n ""^^ r^r; ilthough the PUiotiff recover, He 
Hull 'not iv' Otkndmt $ Clerk, beciufe he might 

hive nimed liun in uie i^flurc tmrfidii^ 

If a Stringer do pielcnt unto in Abbey or Priory wliickp 
II eHgible by the Convent, and bis Clerk be tanitutcd $nC 
induOed ; Si^fti how this Wrong miy be ifrer rcdrefle 
ind reformed. 
»Dl3iti.n« ^^* ^"* hive a Chipe] or Chiurttry which is doiiit] 
^lUre'/Op, by Let cers Patent, ind he once prcfent onto the Ordbi 
'^f€^J*, bii Cierkto the Chionrry, he fhal] nerer after collite, b 
oaght to prefcnt unco the Uifhcip ; and if he do not prcfei 
wichui (\% Months, th<; Ordinary flian have Advantage 
the Lipfe. 

A Preientmenc fiiide by i Stringer tmto in Advovrfc 
which is appropriated unto an Abbey, be the PrcfrnfoieJ 
in the Time ot Vacacion, or in the Time of tfK Abbcf« i 
void, atthough that the C(eik be inftttuccd and tndi^Bed 
Bot if the Abbot himfelf prefcnt unto the 6jff)np*i ~' 
to sn Advovkrfon which is appropriate to hii Houfe, 
Preremment doth difappropriatc the Advowfno, and 
ir prcfentable after ; and if he do not prcfent witbi 
Months after every Avoidance, the Dilliop Ihall prtrcnt 
Lapfe. The OifKop ought to prcfent his CJerk for wbonn 
if firft found by • Jure pstrtnstm. 

The Bifhap fhatl not have the Advantage to prefeiit by H 
Lapfe» where the Church doth become void by Kefigniticm 
or Deprivation^ without giving Notice thereof to the Pi* 

Where the Biftiop doth refufe the Clerk rf tfrr Pitron 
for Non^ibtliey, or for Crime^ he ought for r rice 

ff^r.rMf to the Parron, orherwife he fliaU nc. ,- , .,r fog 


Dy. ayi. e, 

^^ Stud. 

11 &1, Dycf 


^ut after the fix Months pad, the Patron ihWl hav« 
to the Biihop, if tf - ^--zh do rcnuin void, *oi 


C to Psrt, 

the Bifhop hath not colJatt ro. 

The Chancellor of £i^/4tii^ mu, prcfent untd all fhcKini, 
Churches which are under the Sum of twenty Muki by r 
TTrar, which arc in the King's Gift, and in the Right of fh# 
Crown ? Bur if the King hifh rhem bv any oiiicr TitU|tbea 
the r ' uu 

T ci(uitof oncpjt 

tiff UmII aot ibiic the VVnr, Im he ii^ilJ be fevered. 

Where la lafiDC batb an AJvowfoo by DtJteefir, and 
2 Chore Ik] 


Qgsri Imfidit. 


lOfch voideth.and be who bachTide pirjimaunt doth urarp. 
ftnd prcfcnc onro the fiine Church, and the fix Months do 
pafs ; he is remUced by thi« Uiurpadon« and die Infincouc 
of PoffcflioQ, and wuhout Remedy by that Ufurpition. 

If a M^a hith an Advowfon, and (he Church doch be- 
come void, an (J two Scr«ngefs do fcvcrilly prcfcnt their 
CLrrks to the Bi(hop to thac Advowfon ; the Patron Ihill 
have divers SI^mh ImptMft »gainft them^ if he wiIJ, and 
&aU have fcvera) Judgments, and (hiH recover fcveral Da- 
^ miget for their fcveral Prefcntmenrs and Wrongs done* 

■ If a Man matcech another hi$«ProOor, to preCenc unto ali 

n hif Advowfons, and to do fcveral Things for him ; if the '7^. t^io. 

ProQot prcfcnt^ as Pro^or unto him, unto an Advowfon f*^^' $"![!? 

onto which he h*th Right to prcfcnt in his own Right, that *"^P^°*^*'* 

Prcfcntmcnt (hall pm him out of Poflcflion of the Advow* 

fon, and flhall give the PoiTcflloo to the other, 
P In a S^^n Imfidit for the King* tkhqugh the Defendant 

hath a Writ onto ehc Bilhop agAinlV the Kitig, the King may 

hive a new Siwi# Imftdu agamft him of the faid Avoidance, 
^ and make other Tide. 
f^ If Prior and Convene ought to chufe the Abbot, and name 

Kim to the Patron, and he to prcfenc him to the Btfbop, and 

Ptbey chufc one for Abbot, and name him to the Patroii« 
and the Patron doth prcfent another to the Bi&op ; they 
may fue in the Spiritual Court for Remedy, as it if faid, 
H. 1 1 £. 3. Tamtn ^udtt \ far it fcemc^th they are enabled to 

Ifite at the Common Law, as well as they arc enabled to 4^E.!.i^ 
cbyfc and name the Abbot. As the Priar oflVtftmnflir and %^^^^' 
th€ Convent hath Power to fuc their Abbot for an Ad vow- ^' ' '*" 
fon» Af >«>£. 5. 
If chc Difturber prefent two or three Times wirhin the 
^ fix Months, yet a HittMrt ImpeMt Hcch againil the DiHurbcr 

■ upon the firft Pfcfcntment, if he purchafe tfec Writ wichiji 
^ the fix Months. 

A Where a Man doth recover in a Writ of Right of Ad- 
vowfon. he (hall prefent it the next Avoidance, and fliall 
have a S^mh Imptdit, without alledging any Prcfcntment in 
kimfclf Of his Anceftort, but fliaU declare upon the Record, 
or may have a Sar-ifudss upon the Recovery. And (b may 
htf Heir have a Stifi f^crst upon that Recovery againil the 
Heir of the other Party, at the next Avoidance afrer the 
Recovery ;, but not after, as it feemeth. 

If, a Man recover in a S^^n Imptdit, he fliall have a Siin i$fl,i,M. 
fMtisi againd the Patron and the Incumbent who made De-* '74- 

[ '7, 

i&a7 »^ 

p:r Kcble. 

fullti if he Will fue ExccittiPti of this Recovery 





If Copirceofln mske Pirttdon in tbe CbiQctrf or tn f be C 

ftf ioch ofaip tfl Amr fevenl Tarni ; yet iftcr, when cbciff 
Tuffif come, every of rhem Hive a Stirt fMi§t opoa rtii 
Pifticion »g«Lnft tbc Scrangcr i»hcn hit Turn conwtb, to 
fhew wherefore he Ibotild nor prcfcnc, notwirbftir 
Uforpjtion aforcUid. Butothcrwirc it fetmcth V 
Pirdcion be of Record, thtn they ibitl be puc to fbcif WfiC 
of Righc by reilon of rhif Ufurpirion, 

If Copirccners mike Compofition to prcfcnt by Torni, D 
•nd i Stringer dotb tafurp; and prcfcmctH in tbc Turn of 
ooe of rhem, yet if they will tbcy m»y join in i Sj^itri /j 
fidit igiindfbe Stranger, notwlth^anding rKt- Cr^mr^rXi 
And ifter Compofttion to prcftnr bv Tur; 
fenr in common» they oiiy well do io. Gut u ».v.m- ^ ,.y thit^ 
that the Compofition ii Witvcd ; for if Copirccnen (inhere 
one is within Age) mikc Compofition to prcfcnt by Turnf, 
and at full Age they prcfent contrary to this Pirttrioo^ rlirfc 
Prefentmcnti tbiU avoid the Partition made before. 

If the elded Son by the firfl fW#r prcfcnf, and dieth 
without Heir, and afterwards the Church becomes iroid, rh«: 
younger by the fccond Vfniir Qtilt not prefcnt, nor hilTi 
Ibis Advowfon. But Dfvutfiitb, If a Man httb two Daogh< 
ten by divcn Km*/fr, and they enter and make Pirritinn to 
prcfent by Turns, and ortc dieth without Heir, the other 
Sidcr Qii}| be her Hctr : Sjad fmt etnofmm, But ifrer rh« 
Partition, if one Sifter hath prefeattd, and ifterwifjj dieth 
wifhooe Hcir« it feemcth her Sifter of the Half blood QiaU 
ftuH nor \k Hfir unto her. 

If a Man be dtfteifed of a W^^'^' *♦"'« which tn Advow- 
fon IS appendant, and the L an Ufurpition by 

a Stranger unto the Advowfuiij .nu *ilci v^^fd* the Ditfeifet 
doth re*enter into the Manor; bt ftiill prcfent tsnto ? be 
Advowfcn when it doCh become yoid» nocwitbfiatiding 
fuch Ufurpatton* 


n ^ ^' * . !Tcd $^4i0U$m f o in 

_ Chufch, or r ufchitfelf, u ^ b« 

fued in the Spiritual Courr^aaU not in the Tcfr)pof«l Court | 
and therefore there if no Writ thereof \n the Rcgifter. But 
it is good to be known whit Pcrfon (bill have that Suif, iod 
againft what Perfon it will lie, md for what Thing bejball 
fiar, and when he fliill fuc» and in whir Court 
Sf9tisti§n properly lictb for in Incumbent igainQ looclief 
1 locum* 

THert is I Manner 
of a Chi 






Incnmbenfi v^'htn the Right of rhc Parr'^nagt doth oof ltH*Cto, 
come in dcbttc: A» if a Pat Ton b« crcAted Biflioti, and hath •'«'t«<^fy 
t Dirf>enrjtion to hold his Reaory, ind iftti waid^ the ?«• ^a^M 
tron dorh prefent anothtr locum bcrr, who is ionir^nted and i^ 
inducted ; now the Biffao.p Oiall hive t Spoliation againfl 
that Incumbent in fhc Spiritual Courr, becauHfe he cbfmeth itf H. 1 f. 
by one Patron, and ihe Righc of the Pattonige doth noe 
cotnc tn dchite. 

And fo if a Parfofi do accept of another Benefice, for 
which the Patrnn prefents •norher Clerk, whn ii inftifuted 
«*id induQed ; now one of rhem may fuc a SpiUinim agiinft 
the ofher^ and then it ihall come in debate whether he huh 
Plurality or nor, Bot if a Patton do prtfcnt a C?erk unto 
Afi Advowfon, who is ififliruted and induced, and afrtr- 
wards another Man dnth prefent another Clerk to the famt 
Advowion, who if alfo inftituted and ioduftedj there on€ 
of them IhiH not have a SfttiMim againfl the other, if hc5er sfttr 
diilmb hrm of the ChycK, or to take ibc Fruiti thcrcf»f, be- S^' *• 
€iu(c the Right of the Patronage doth come in debtee in the 
Spiritual Court, which of the Patrons hath Right for to pre. 
lent; Anri therefore in that Ctfe» if one of them fue a S/#- 
limum againfl the other, he IhaO hive a Prohibkio/i unto 
the Spiritual Coart, and no Gonfukation (hiJl be granted 
for Che Caufe before fail 

And if one Clerk without any Ptefcnrarion, Inftitutlon^ 
or Indu^ion, do oA another Parfon out of the RrQory, 
and takech the Ptofits rKereof, ihe Par Ion fha^l not have a 
Sfflistim agiioft hicn, but an Ad ion of Trefpafs ^ or an 
Afllfe of Nfl-yf/ dijlftifimi for S^ohsshn dorh not lie, if not 
againil him who cometh to the Poflcflion of a Brncliie, or i%U6. isj. 
onto the Ftuiti theifofp by the Coi^rfc of the Spiiittial Law, ^*r!^*l*"^' 
fin by InfVitutinn, &c, fo that he hai'C Colour to have i^ i^j] *' 'i 
and to be P#rfon by the Spiritual La«f. m^^ m i t 

So if a Prebend happen void, and the Bilhop coIUte ^p'** Wi/ ^ 
thereunto, and before Induflion the BiOiop die, and the^Q^/^^d 
Temporaltics come onto the King, and afterwaidt he is in- • ^ " 
duOed, and afterwards the King giveth the frime by hit ^ ^ 
Letteft Patents unto another Cleik, whQ is inf^iruted and ^^,. ^,j 
induced* the fir il Clerk IhaO h*ve g Sp^fi^ttim in the Spi> ^7* 
fkual Court againn the Prrfentec of thr King, becaafe the Af/OAJ 
King ought to have removed him by ^^n imfrdit^ and noc if/ %T 
to have collated as he did. And there the Fatronagc doth C/^f 
come in debate. • / 

If an Abbot have a Manor unto which an Advowfon ii [17.] 
appendant ia Fee, and he doch approptiace the Advowfon 




M.44'£ 1 eo blm tni hJi Succenon, and afrcru-ard* kiftth the Mi-" 

jf.QiJ^rc jjQ,. fQp (jpg thouiind Year*, aJiJ iir« the Advowfao» ind 

dim, «• • ij^^ Ltflie mikft an Unii^n of the Pirfonagc At\d the Vict- 

I ^*^%^%' fiq^^ and p cfentsfhc Vicir unto the Ordirury ai P^rfon^ 

<^f* Ify real^m whcte'^f the Abbot fueth t ^pdistUn agamft 

fbe Vicar, and the Vicar fucth a Prohibition^ the Abbot 

lliaYl not have atronfultation upon the Matter flic wed By 

which it afipearcrb, that a Sp^hatim doth not lie fur tb« 

Abbot in (his Cafe; for thac the Righc of the Patronage 

doth noc come in debate . 

|IH*«. ip. And fq if an Abbot be Parfon imp^irfofiee, tad t S'ran- 


get prefcnt hi«CIeik to that Advowfon, «bo is inftiruted 
and toduUcd ; the Abbot (hitl not have a SpdiitUm agjiad 
the Clerk, bUf an Adion of Trcfpafj, or MxCc^ if he be 
ouflcd : bccaufe the RigSc ot^ the Pacfoaage is to be 

And if a Clerk obfata i Benefice by Proviilon, for isirhich 
catjfe tKe King is to have the Prefcnrment for that time* 
beciufe the very Patron did not prefeat within the titne 
limited him by the Statute of 15 £• |. end the King pre* 
fents CO the Church his Clrfk to the Otdinary ; uhoit in- 
fltTutcd, and before Tnduflion cakes the ProAri ; he «^ho u 
in by Provision (ball not have a S'^ilimtim igainA him. be* 
caufe he dorh not come to the PoHcflion of the Churcn by 
the Spiritual Liw, but as an Innuder ind Tccfpalfor* Buc 
if the Prcfentfc of the K'og were induiled, then there u no 
Kemcdy fof him who hath the Benefice by Ptovifion. 

A Clerk had a Collation by the King unto a Chapel, 
end wai put into PofTfllon by the Sheriff, and afterwards che 
Cleik Xitai ouOed by a Prior, &c. in that Cafe he Ibalt noC 
have a Sff//*n«r» but an Aflife, or Trefptfi, &i. 

But it ippeirerh by the Regiikr, that one Parfon Qk$n 
have i SfHi^tim againlV another Parfon, which ha^t; diverl 

.^ Patrons, ^t, if he be ipoUed of my Tithes or Proiics ap* 
pcftiining to his Church, which do not amount to ihc 
4»utth Pate of the Value of the Church, as before js faid. 
Bur if they do anrouot unto the fourth P4rc of the Cburcbt 
then one ?ikiion iball noc have a Sf9hMtim a^aioft enotber 

*. Pirfbn, if rhcy claim nor of one Patronage, (0 that the Tj. 
fie of the Patronage do^h not come in debate ; and thru 

. he (hall have a S^^UstUn ; and if the other fue • Probtbitk 
on, i:^6. he fliali have a Ccofultatioo. 







Ne admittas. 

HIS Writ of Ni Admit tat Jieth for ttie Phintlff in a 
^0re imped, ( : And the f*m« it wicrc nnc bath an A-* 


I.. ._ _ __._ ,... 

. this Writ, btcaufc tbiit thcTirk to prefcnt is tHtn dcvol-YV'^^f'* 
m vcd unto rbc B\ihop ; But ihc King may fuc tliii Writ afrer ^.f^^ 
P the (jx Months, where be hirh a Si^»*e impcdir cicptndin^, Uitmh^ihuS 


Common Pkii^ of Dannu Prefnt* 
matt, or of ^jr^ :mpt4ir, and he fuppof^th tbif the liilhnp 
will admit the Clcik of the Defendant pcndai^t fhe Pie< 
betwixt them; and he miy fuc cltxs Wrtr dircStd to the 
Bifhop. And this Wric ou^ht to be fued within rlie fit 
Months afftr the Avoidjnce^ for after the (ix ^Months he 
iKal) not have this Wrtty bccaufe that then the btOiop miy Nora, hi 
p'cfent for Lapfe ; and thcieforc it iv in vain then for to Juc MairawV 

this — 


the NX jviontns, wncre nc nim a *<«#»* tmpcatr ocptnajn^, MamhlhuS 
Oir Aflifc d§ OArrtin Pnf,ntmint^ bccaufe that i^uiim Simpnf na he te- 
Hturrst Regi, (>mHted hf 

BtK theic IS a Rale in the Rcgifter thus, t^i^mndnm tfl^^^ ^^yn 
iliumdt Rtx pr^eftnmt nt in jun C$rm*^ time imurnt u umpm. ^' f*^T^ 
But chit i) in^t Law at this Day. CsUndar 

And fhe Writ of Nf mdtri tds for the King !s fuch : Mmsks* 

Rtx 'wnfrahiii in Chnjit Patri W. ts/tm ^eaus Wirtton, ^ 

Efiji^t Jsittfept. Prokthemni ^v^ba^ m admittsti* Pcrlanam sd 
BicLfidm dt L ^H^ *ifacstf ut dichuTy C^ di cuJM AJtmstiM* 
^enttnt. mots ifi tn Curia noftf» inttr mt dr A Or thus* Irtt^r 
A- C!f B. dumf difcvjfum futftt in tadifn Cuna^ utrum i^n^i dm 
sd pf^ef A* Or rhu9, In trnditn Quris sd qtum iorum pntineMt 
Bjmfdtm EccUfim AivuMt** Or thuv, Intir nos^ ratttne Ahksti^ 
d§ S. vacant: J ^ dr in mm%m mflrt^ txifitntis^ & H. L'nc, Eptfc'f 
dwiC dtfcvjf^m fmirii in cadtm Curid wflrM^ utrum ad ncs ra^ 
timi f^dsstiifmi fr^^t ^^ ^ pf^fst, £pij(, ptrttweat e,»fdim £c- 
(iifi^ Advccst^, 

And it fecmefh rhat the Defendant may fat this Wiit tSii K.^.4f. 
well as the Plaintiff, if the Oeftndaat do ftippofe that the 
Bifhop will admit the Clerk of the Plaintiff pendant the 
Writ. And this Writ of N^ sdmittas doth not lie, if thcPlca i E. #. it. 
be not depending in the King's Court by Sluart ifnptdit^ oc 
hiti{c of Oarrnn Prififttrntnt* And thercfoie there js a Writ 
in the Register diieded unto the Chief Jyllice of the Cam* 
mon Pleas, to certilic the King in the Chancery, if there 
be anyPleai depending before him and hti Companions by 
Writ beroeiitt fuch and fuch Perfons* &c. And theicforc it 
feemeth the Writ of Nr admit tof Ihtll not be granted, be- 
fore ibcKing be certified in the Ghioctry^ that fuch Pleai 

JL t 



Envt Epifccfo ad Admitundum Chrkum. 

of ilif#rf Imftdit^ m Osrreim Friftwtmmt bt ihttt Jeptiiidtng 
inibt Comtnon PVii. Bat ytt theVViif of ^7# sthmtitMt uiiy 
be gr«nrc4 out of the Cluncery, dtrcQ^d onto the B fliop* 
rlvir he do rx >r admtr* dr bcft^rc tht King be certifitd in tht 
Chtrcery* that Cuch Pl«4 of S^sn fm^^itt, m Dsfnta Prt- 
fmm*n$, if dq:»endipg in the Common Plets ; then tht Piffy 
ffrieved may ie%)uire the Chief Juftice fo ccrti&e the King 
tn hit Chancffv, that no fuch PIa is depending thete, anJ 
tberttjpon the Ptrry gricvet! (hail have ftich Writ: 

HijT v<9trsk*lt in Cbrtjt» Pstri, &c. Lictt mt ftr Brevi m» 
Prum V9hif fr^htbfimty^ Wi stmlitirgtit Pirfmsm md Escttfijpm 
di I. fut in Brcvi de ne tdmirtat] quis immn fer itrtifos* 
tkmtm fiUB\ 6rc. I. d* S. n^kit C(mfl0t^ fm»d mtium fUtiiwm 
pndt in CwfiB f^sd, tvtMm ifl% ^ f$ats fmtjufiit* wfiru di 
Bitnti inur mt it prmf. W dt Advumtimu ff^d"^ *vUif msm 
djwuit fvsd id futd »d Offit* vjffum in hst ^mrtt n9V€fittt fer* 
iimrt^ likrt tx (ufi^fiif Prt/iiiiiMf mfirs fr^d, mm 9iftMUi» 

And w^en the Biflnp hitnrelf if Party tn4 Diflotber, 
then the Form of the Writ of N* ^dmtttsf u ii afo^eiaid V 
prpkik mw vshf, nt mdmitfst* Ytt the Form of the Wrk 
uftd to be^ Pnhiktmm vfku^ m t^f*>mii Qktiium iudtfs^ 

Breve Epifcof& ad admitundum CUricum, 


4. Jl 

IF i Man do recover hia Prcfcntation in the Common Pleai B 
againft the Bifhr^. then he may have a Writ io the 
*^'*''^^^/rameBi(bop to admit bit Clerk, or unto the MeCropolitan 1 
J^7Jw/. "n** ^he Writ fhall be ftich : ^ 

ism^Tfiti ^'^ vrmrsdh in Chrifig Psfrt, 8i€* Cmm Frt§t di h && i^U 
BifLLp^r- Cirri # mfrs nf^tr^ftf vfrfm mt Pr^fintsiimtm fmmm ^ 9^€S*^ 
Q^XTc, rimm dt W. vh($ msndamut, tfmtd sd fifit(tmn$^ ifJSm Mmi md 

timm ^^ **" • ^^^ re:ovet againft 


anrMh^r than the Biflio^i 
,^ ibeD the Writ which fliall be mad« to tbt Bifkop, ik^i b« 


RtXt 8fC Ctm Prtsr, 8cc. ir. Cmris mfirtt^ 8fC* rtmfer^§t ^tr- 
jbf # Qj^aie /»# 1. P' &f^ Ftkif mjmdsmuf^ ^mtd nm t^fltmtt Ridsm, pr^d, 
loipcditt^f 1 P. ^i ftmftmMt. ft^d* pri^M, 6fC* idtmesm Ptrfrntm tdmum 
^V^^^^ *^^^h ^C- Ard upon that h« Iball have an M>m uiA a P/b- 
tkfTTbi ^*'^ if theBifliop d-» not execute the Wrtr, tad an Atrack^ 
pfg^^df ^l^nt agitnil the Bi0>op» if neeJ be. 

fMkun* 4 4fis n tbt BiJ%, o nrr. in m m Writ $f fltgk 9fAd99mfmf 
4R,i> 7. ifrpfji, TktRufmu^ kisifi hi tntm nttmn kkiCkrk Jffir rAr 
fitMtmlJf^/ J * ^ ' ^^^ 

Breve Efifccpo ad admitten^m CUricum. 8 J 

But if che King do recover io the C^^mmon P7ea my 
Prebendary, or Sub-deanTyp or Dignity againft the BtOiop^ 
And giveeh the fioie by his Letters Psitents uuto tuother 
C'erk ; the Cleik (bill fliew the Letters Patents in theCooi- 
oion pleat, and thereupon Qiall have a Writ unto r he Bifiiop 
to admit him, and to induft him. And if the Clerk die be- 
fore he be admitted and indti&ed, and the Ring gtvecb the 
Ame by other Lttrert Patemt untn another Clerk ; that 
Cfeik (hatl have a Writ out rf the Chancery, direficd unto 
cbe JuOices of the Common Pleas, rt citing the Recovery « 
»nd how that the other Cleik died befoie he was admit- 
ced, and how that he hath granted the fame lo this Clerk by 
hit Letters Patents, commanding the Jufticcs, that they 
fend mother Writ to the BiOiop, that he admit this Clerkp 
notu'ithAanding the King'i Coliacioo before made unto the 
other Clerk. 

E In a S«*rf Jfftfiiit betwiit two S' rangers, if there doth ir H.4-7«* 
•ppear to the Court a Title for the King, they Qiill award ^J*^^k and 

^ i Writ unto the Bilbop for the King. ]^^^g 

If i Man do recover an Advowfon, and the fix Monthjl '^' *' 
fi, yet if the Church be void, the Pation may pray a 
%Vric unto theBilhop, and (hall have it; and if the Church ,4 H.f tt, 
be void when the Wiit cometh to the Bifbtp, the BiOiop Hankftrd/ 
is bound to adroit hii Clerk. And in Reafon the fame Law ii , 3 1 H. 5. 1 f , 
if the Patron after the fix Months prefent onto the Bifliop, ^^^ ^,^^ 
if the Church be thtn void, the Bifliop is bound to admit 't^^^// 
his Clerk, cli.k 

C And a §(nswi Imftdit fliall be fued tgatnft I Sub-prior^ 

*4^t. for DiOurbance of the Patron* Trinit* 3 1 £, 1. 
Where the Writ abateth for Form, or falfe L^ir/ii, the 7, 
Defendant fliall not have a Writ to the Bifliop. If the Pa- V^ Cu 
rron who ij Defendant make Default at the Diftreft , and the ^^' J'l^ 
Incumbent abate the Wtit by Plea, a Writ unto the Bilhop p^J,^^ j^jtrf 
IhM not be awarded for thePacron, becaufe he made De* ffpts/fJ, 

£iulc. iffid tktbi* 

wsdU Dffsuli, in 7 H. 6. 37. 14 H.4* td, Mpm FUbs $f fhi Jncumbtnt, m Wrii 
0WMTMtd td iht B:jt}6p, 

P la tSusn Imptiit agiinft the Bifhop and othen, ttl made 10 H.^. 4/* 
Default but the Bifhop, and the PJaintifF hid not a Writ 
t)n!o the Biftop agiinft tbs o:htis, until ht hid couated t* 
gaiud the Bilbop. 






BfiVi Bfif€op0 ad AdmHundum Clffkmn. 

I? R «. I. U tht PUiiit ff be Nonfuir^ the DefendAot Jh ill not luve K 
^^ H*d.'l4' t Writ onto the B«fl^op, before be hath made Title to the 
im'^j:'?! A4VOWIOII. 

\%H.i 14 If H tf 4#. ttH^. f I^ffft And thtrt thiWrif w4t hm^ht k^ 
- ramgrt H^mfi tht thtd^ mid mbtn. 

fm C6fST(4Miri 0i*mfl 

16 pi Cu» 
rum ; Tht 

^jiif hsvt * 
'ttf to fh 

fuj 4^ i tint 

ffin 11 Par* L 

Jcndint, he 

1^¥ M 


Wh^re fhc Defend in t cl*t(rerb fV- 
fim iiupirrmce tlfhough it be found t 
ChtM not have a Wtit to the GIOiop J 

Wb^e rhe Writ abare^h f r hiif*r§fm\ cir*f<»r rnfnflicien^ M 
cy« rhe Defendant (halt not have a Wrtf to th<- Bihop. 

Jf rh-? Dcfcfidanr do nor appear it the Difttcf^ returned N 
agitnfi him* the Plaifici^ ibalJ have a Writ to the Bifliop, 
without making Tirlc. 

If the Sheriff return opon 1 2*aF# imftHf^ ^md juermt 
K§m tmvntii PU^, rhen rhe Plamfiff may find Picdgei m tlt« 
Coitiroon Ne^», and (hall have a new St^^n fm^diit in tb« 
Common Picas; and if the Sheriff return upon fh*r Writ 
fsrdt^ af'd the Dc^rndant app4"ar, end rhe Piainriff be €iU 
|r '>faferh nor, th« Defendant fhai I not have a Writ 

V »p, bccaofe t(^at no Wdt ii fetved agiinfl tbtD#» 

Where the PJaintiff recovereth by Verdift in i ^nmn 
impidtt^ and it if fbund by the fame Vcri^ift that rt»c f^X 
Monthf are pad, and that the Mefropnfian harh prefcn* 
ltd, wh-^reat I hi Ordinary nnghe to hive prefcnrtd, &{. 
and that the Year ii now paft^ C^f . yet the PJamii^iliaJ haVt 
i Writ to the B (hnp. 

If a Man lecover againft t Bifhop« he may htv^ t Wf^t 
to the fatr e DiQiop, or onto bts Vicar-General, it he be oat 
of the Realm, or unto rheMftropo'^ittn. 

A Min fwcd divm £^»«rf im^ din ygittofi the fiilliop, ^ni R 
be irts Nonfuic m all but one Wrir j rhe Defendant had 
not a Wftc ro the Bilboponfil that Wnt wai detetminsd. 

Ill a S^tsre mf d,t the Defendtnt pleidtd to ifluc, and S 
after ma^ie D^fttlr, and a Writ was awtrded tinto iht BU 
tbnp for the PUinf iff 

At the Difirmgst returned agatn/l the Drfendanf, he T 
, com^f, and hifh Uay by the Prayc^ of the P*fiic-, and af* 
terwafd HiV" Default ; thcPUtmifT flial! nut h*veaWrk 

to l)if ^rfffgtr, 

''In _ frr>dant miltcth Title for KtlB* K 

firlf and others, and aftrrwirdi the Ptjimfff h Nonfutt ; • 
it to iheBiftop Cballbt iw^ded fot the DcfcndlAl on* 
and fiot for theotbcri.* 



Breve Epifcopo ad admitundum Clcrmm^ 

At thf Dtf^fcf* rerurncd a(ratii(> rwo, one tppearefli, tnd U H, 7 t9« 
the other makcth Defiolt; ihe PUintiff fliall have a Writ ^ 7 H,6, 
CO the Bifhop ag;itnfl him who made Defaule ; and vet ic '^* 
may be that the orhcr Dcfmdanc may bar xht PlaintHf ; ind 
ic is ib ufed ar this Day : But the contrary wis adjudged H. y* 
£. 3. for theCaufe before faid. 

In a Darrein Prefentmntt betwixt two Strangeri, the Af. 
fife fband a Ti'Ic for another Stranger; who was nor Parry 
to the Writ ; he iball have a Writ awarded to ^he Bifh^p 
for him, although he were not Party to the Wilt, beciufc 
that the Writ is, S*fi$ sdvttstm uif, ^r^fentMVfrit^ fifc. 

Where a Man hath a ^«jre intptdit agsinO one^ and the 
Defendant hath a Darrein Prtpntmmt againft the Plaintrff; 
and fccovereth in the Dsrran PrtfinrmeHt^ and the PNintiff 
is Nonfuit in the ^uste imp^Mt^ the Defendant fliill have 
two Judgmenti againft the Plaintiff, to have a Writ unto 
the Bifliop in borh Actions ; and two Writs (hall be iwttd. 
ed ro enquire of the Damages; but he fliall not render 
douMe Damages for one Difttirbance. 

When a Man fueth a ^^rf imfrdit againft another, and 
after pendant the Suit he fatth N^e admht»s to the Biihop, 
^c, and afterwards they agree to prefent in common by 
turns to that Advowfon % then he (ball have a Special Writ 
cut of the Chancery unto the Bifhop, to admit him who 
otightj by the Accord and CompofTtion, to prefent at th« 
firft torn to that Avoidance, But firft the King ought ro (end 
uCermrari unto ihejuftices of the Common Pleai, to cerri- 
fie in the Chancery of the Accord there ; and apon that 
Certificate the King (hill (end his Writ unto the Biflvop, ro 
admit his Clerk who by the Accord ought to have the drll 
Prefcnrmcnt and Turn, And the Form of the Writ in the 
Regi(^er is fuch : 

Rfx v(werM$t1f, &c* Cww isttper tfibit fer B^tve mflrrnn pr^hi* 
^mrimfti, nt MdmiiUntn PrrJonMrn^ 6^c, fjufdtm terttd psrtii 
^dv9CS(\ sc pjimfdttm^ «d prifnutfrnm ipj^rum E. & M. nu 
h$ ff^ntni. intft etf an :or datum fnife Jnh hs€ fvrms^ jnwd 
fr^d^ fc. kMc vice pr^fcnt»^ct CitricHm Jttum sd diif tirtitrm* 
fsrfim^ & p'^diff. M. in proxim f^MfjKtipti.feiptm,Clericumf«um 
ff^fiHimkit^ Jtatt per ^med^m fcriprm indtnrsTM in'tr nr «»- 
f^Hs, ^ fgiSit fuis C9njign\ i5 torom n^h in CattccS^fii m* 
ftrM ffttnf^f plcttt Hif%tt ; tpfifp^f penes vof prefecuf, fuijfff p1^ 
ftmd. turn inftsntia^ ui Chritum ipftu E. h§c vice ttd dtBmft 
tirtimn psrtfm admit tirtt is ^ juxtM firmam ^mtt/rdid pradt^* 
f^ tsmen^ afferent, wMnus veJttMi prttextu Pnhii^ittQnif rlpftre 

fradtS, i'i^us, CUrictm rpfiur E- 0imHtfrt rteuf^Jfe 




fmffUtm*^ «f fti, «• ilUti$ frru^ pswth fr^d Sii v$t ftw 
Jimf Trmfi'H, fmM tn fr$3tsim^ mi diiiim^f immimtkit% h*i via dfm 
mtlvsimr, ittltm'M dt ftngms mpp^ftfi^nt remtdti tm km fsrti fs^ 
gtr^pnvid rt ; mMmdiVrimm dii,l§ (y fiieii m»flrf R. if N« fmd 
iffi i*^ni i§mf ^M0t ^^f0ii & & H t«*'0m f>/« f^f^ r/ vJinip 
mtram vijl l^/r fupcr j^rt fejt^*ntm^i sd ttrri ^m fs^nm nn€§^» 
d0U ffiint i^ firms f^^ ^ fif^d, M. nttStt fmd Clfntm 
fir i^fmm £< Mi isnd, |' pM'ftm fr^fut4tut hs4 vne sdmttttrttt 
md fSffdrm ruipr^ift &/ diB^ StfipfM tfnt FsBm r^f§rmm £♦ (^ 
M. ^ mt tmde tm Qmtctish* mfi^m fm' fteiS$ vjlr* dtfiinQt Cf 
mpi*tf rtdd-res ttHtmHi Wt fuim prsf i^^ rt§i sd msndsittm m* 
firmm tfrtt/Us^ftt. fitf^dCnttrd tfl tnur f^^ E. C^ M qmd 
ff^d. £ hm infl^mii f^staxipm fr^fntshit QlM^uum fntm sd dim 
0sm itfffMm psntm, & f^sd lA tn f ^wm. K#f <to#«# /ffwrw*, 
tf /it f^^^H* &H* & h^td fui sd itritmm psri m frsd, mU 
ifrm^*m iwtfrrfitmmm pfsfin'skmnt , ^ fmd mi Ct»vtnfimmm iU 
Urn f miitr tifrrvsnd ^m^f J fr4ed initr fsrtti ffmd^ fiaH cmf 
fiB^i i'thtj msndMfmn, fu§d idtn^am Pi^fmsm sd psd. tirtU 
mnfsrttmsdfrsftntst fr^fm £ bst^ict sdmtumif^ ^mitmwB 
fmM wft^§ imumHt cffuf in hst f^u (Pr$hihtt§9u mfirs ^W. 
%$>t^ftsnfe) r''Pt, &c. 

6y this Wric it fcemeth i Man (hati have i St^^m^ imftdii 
mmd frrm ttMt ipfiim pr^fmtm^t md ttrttsm pmrtim Bctltji^\ Aad 
tt tccRietli CO (l^nd %vuh Rcifon ; For • Gmfondirion may 
be maile of rhi^e Ad vow font » and every paeron m preicne 
by cum, atid thto every ooe luih Right boi to • ihud Part. 


PnhibittoH and Inhititim* 



THERE are iKven Mtnnerf of ProKibitioni and InhiUti* 
om,ftnd they may be d!re£^ed ai well unro the Temporal 
Cotift« as onto the Soir inia.1 Courr. And one Wrir in the Re- 
gifi^ is, where t Matlfyeth a Pr^ttift im C&fin agatnn tnocher 
111 the Common Pleai, of Ltods or Tenement i wKich trt hoc 
koUen of the King, but of mother Loid :, then the Lord of 
whom the L^ndi are fo holden may Cue tbit Writ dtrefltil 
toths JuOicesof the Common Plets, commanding rhem thtc 
tf ic do appeir unto rhem chat the Lands ire not Kolden of 
the King, &i. bat immediately of another, that they do oo€ 
Qieddle with thcContirance of rhar PJea, but that rht y bid tbt 
Party fue his Writ of Right Patentt p fSki t/tdntt gitptdtft. 
And in a Writ of Rights if fhe Tenant vouch t Forfigner ro 
Warranty, die Tenint (hall have a Writ of ivfr j.iejir di- 
fffied (o ibi Siilifi of the f^me CpuUi lo (mtuit tbc PJet. 





onttl the Warrtnry he drterniiued ; in^ if the EaitifB will 
no< furceafe for thit Writ, fhen the Tenanr ftall havt t* 
nother Wrjf of Inhibition diredtd urto the Sheriff, rh»t he 
go unro the faid Courr ; and ro inhibit f\\t Bailiffs^ rhat they 
do oor pioccrd in the PW until rhe Wirrtnty be dctetnji- 
ncd, &€ And if fhey will not fu«C'Jire for that WHr, then 
thcTcnint fliill have Aruchmeni againd the BtiUflTip di* 
refied unto the Shctiff, returnable in ihc Commoa P)eu, or 
King's Bench. 

A Prohibition may be ditrfted tmto the Sheriff it ihe Saic 
of ihe Tenanr, rhir he do no? hold Plet in a Wiit of Right 
unteft Battel fhall be thereupon waged, becaufc I hit the Tc^ 
ntnt hach put himfelfupon ihe Grand Affir^;* 

And a Man may have a Wrir of Prohibition direfted unto 
the Sheriff, to go unto the LordS Court, and to inhibit the 
Bailiffs y rbat they do not hold PIrt in the LordV Court of i 
Houfe, &s infer A. PiUTtttm & B Ttnfntem^ And he may 
have another Writ unto the Sheriff, to prDhibit the Lor4 
himfelf, that he do not hold the Pka, &t. 

And ilto the Tenant may have an«ithcr Prohibition iU 
rtSed to the Sheriff, tn prohibit the Bailiff* of the Bifhop. 
rick of the Hundied of F. that they do not hold Plea in 
the faid Hundred inttr A, Ftt, & B T^^\ dt C^nfunndinihus 
fervtmt qnf tdtm A. dt ft txigit di lihtr. Ttntm^^ ^md di «a 
/cii#i in I. nifi DattSitm indt vs^iisi, futrit ; becaufe the faid E. 
hath pur himfelfupon the Grand AfTifc, &f. And if Te. 
oanr by Receipt fue foch a Prohibition, the Writ ought to 
make mcnrion of the Recetpr 

Whtte the Bilhop hoUerh Plet of an Advowfon, or of 
the fourth Part, or of the third Part thereof, then the Patty 
Qui] have a Writ of Piohibition direfled unto the Biihop 
bimielf, in thii Form : 

R^x \ftner, in CbriftQ p4$fi A, tadim gratis Bfifc^p* Win* 
ion*, <^ ijm Ojfc. St t&rum Cwnmijf fmlmem Pr^hihimuS vdir^ 
m tfn^ FUcttum in Cur. f:hrifiitmt.%t, di Aivumt, KttUfix di N. 
W mtdiiSat\ *vtl ttrtid ftrtis^ Vtl tfusrt^ partis ExcUfia di N» 
Widi S dr F, ^mmnf fu^d R srMkit hi im PI mc it urn i^rmm iii- 
Ar>, fitc. And he may have a Piohibitmn to the Part' him- 
ft If Nf fifnMiur^ by thefc Wordi ; Ffkibtmw tihi, nt /^fM« 
fit Fi Mitt nm in Cnris Chnpimnitrntii dt AJvocst\^C. undt Cm 
^mtitmr qu§d tn trnkis tnm in Cur\ 8fc. And he may have an 
Attachment thereupon aga^uQ him| if he foJIow ic after the 
Wric Cometh unto him. 



And the King for btrnfelf miy fuc forth ihii Witt, tl- 
though the in the Sptucuji) Court be hetwlit two 
common Pcriom, beciufo ihc Suit is in Derogation of hii 

And the Kingmiy fue an Airachmcnr upon the fame, 
if th y do proceed, &e. And in Time of Vication of t 
BiJhop ick, the Pfohibition (htU ht dirtied a«rn the Otur- 
dlAn of the Spiritualrie^ & tjui Offid^h & C§mmifsriit, G 
And a Prohlbicioa lietK for Chauntries, Chapell, Prebcndiy 
iftd Victraget« 4Si. 

If a Man fucth another in the SpititQal Court for t Chat* H 
faly or Debtt the Defendant (hatl have a ProhrbiMori^ and die 
Writ £hafl be ; Fr§hiktmui 'vtku, ni ttn Nj€ turn tm CmHm 
Cbrtfi$jmii0t$i it C^tsSit %#/ dthus^ &c. And he may have « 
Wfir onto the Parry bimrelf, thit he (ball nof foe there, 
tSc. and (halt have an Ait<chmenr rhereupon, if they fue 
there afrerwerds, &i* Aftd altb the Ring may fuethisWrir^ 
and it may be diicOtd unto the Judge and Party* And the 
King may have an Attachment upnn ir. 

If a Man fuef h another in the Spiricual Court for e Lay* I 
fee, which i^ Land or Tencmfnfi, or «hc like, rhtn he fliati 
bave a Prohibition, and the Writ fhait be, pfkiktmrn Wi/, 
&C, m taustii^ 8fC. it LmitM fnd$ Rfft* in S, itiftU fmrttur tfmd 
H* trmkii mm in Pistitum, &c. And be may, bave anorhec 
^ritunfo the Parry himfclf, ^£, Ntfifntinr, it. and be may 
(be an Attachment upon it ; and be may fua an Aitachmenc 
only agattilt the Pa;ry, or againd the Judge only, or againfl 
both, at the Ele£lion of the Parry who wilt fue. And if 
the Judge do dwell in one County* and the Parry in aao- 
rhcrCounry . then if he will have an Affachnient agatnS botb^ 
be mud lue fotth fevera) Wrirt, And fo it feemetb if be 
foe feveral Prohibit ions agaioA them, be ought to fue ftirtiml 
Atracbmentiagainll them, if he wiUfueboth, although diey 
be dwellfag one Cnunty. 

And a Mail (hall have an AttachmenC upon a ProhibitkNl 
igainfl the Judge,, if he refuTe lo receive the Piohlbittoii^ 
and to admit of it, « 

Vy.iiH.4. ^ And a Pcokibition lierh, if a Man be feed in the Spi. 
^j.hwhiik ritual Court for the Collation unto a Grammar* School 
iifftmHh jf 4 |4j„ fu5 for Trefpaa in the SpiiiruaJ Coon, the M 

have a Prohibition and Attadl» 
unto the Judge, or Party* or fla« 
10 tbem boch. 


u fitmtih If , jj,„ Cue fot Trtf 
^ I, ' meiic, ■« before it ucwed, 




N In (bme Ofeit Man ftiill hive t Prohlbicion when ht It 
fijcJ ja the Spiiitual Court for the Tithes of his LinJs. Al 
if « Mm be the Kind's Tenanf» and holdethof him in thtoC 
by Knighri Snvlce, and i<: fufd in the Spiricual Com^ fat 
the Tirhcs of the Demc fne Land«, he (hall have a Prchtbitmn* 
b^tufe that thcfc Lands may come into the King's Hands 
by reifon of Watd&ip^ or by Eichear; and then pethapf 
' the King fiiall be orhcrwife charged than he ought ro be 
charged, and therefore the f«me ought to be tried btfort 
ibe King in his Chancery, 

And fo, if a Biihnp grant unto a Piefcntee in the Cbtircli 
of Um^ln the Tithes of his Dcmcfne Landj, to him and his 
Succtffofs; now if the Prcfentor be impleaded in the Spi- 
f jfual Court for thefc Tithes, the King may grant a Prohi* 
bition ; and the fkirm ii fuch : 

RrM i^li Judic* Jaluttm, &c. Mon^rMvit nohit Vimrm^U Psitr 
Line. EpifcBpw^ tfii^d turn \, Praf^nt^ in Ectitjts hsf^ Marie r4'*l 
Ltnc\ lerrt^t di dm$ fa9 9mn£j OiCim. Daminusrum terrjtrum 
fintrum V't Dtminici fm dt N (fUM id^ EpJp, ^ pr^ihctf, fm 
Mpjft Ini fr^dith t^nftrr, tfinfuevirunt^ Pritr S^nBa Katheri* 
fir e»fr/$ Lincofn' tlsmant Didmttt itiat ftrnntrc ttd EcthfUm 
dt B, trmhit imn tndi m flauiHtn^ Sec. Ef fuia pr^d fUeitmm 
fMtgif C'^^nam 6* digmt^ttm ttijfram, fr^firttm cum C^Mti^ 
9MTmid. Die i mar, ad ntr prjjif dtvdvi r^timi Cii/?fl^t/> ^tl BffMm 
ff", ^mis ttSMm (infimtles DicimMf ca*^firtmuf in qmhafd. O^mitiU 
tif, ^ JtMilit, ^uAmf lures Ms^natis r^m mfiri m Dtmmicit fui$i 

A K^(o a Mao may (^t a Prohibitton direOed unto tht She* 
rifft that the Sheriff do not fuffer the Kings Lay Subjc£li 
to come tn any Place at the Citation of the Oiihopi 0d fs^ 
fiatd^ mlttfU0t Rtco^nnionfr^ vit Sacrmm, pf^pMnd\ nifi in isufit 
imBtfimfmimliifm & lefiamattariij. And the Patty may have 
thereupon an Attachment agntnft the Bi(hop, if he cite ot 
diilrain any one m appear before him to take an 04th at 
the Will of the Biftinp, againft the Will of him who 1% 
fb fummoned or cited. And by rhat it appearcth, that 
thofe general Citarinns which liifhnps mike to cite Men 
to appear before them Pfo fa!utt anhn^e^ wtthotit eiptcflinj 
ftny Caufe, are againO the Law, and the Pirry miy hawc 
m% Attachment againO the Bilhop for the {tmc, and mty 
fuf a Ptobibition fo to do. And if he do eiprcfs^^i y© n. 
#ny Cayfe m the CiratiAn, it fccm^th by the Writ btfotc» 
that k ought to be for fjme Matrimonial or Tcflamcntary 
P If t Man do:h acknowledge in the Spiritual Coutt that he 
K oweth 




OVidl anarliet Man ont hundred Pound to piy to bim 
ft Dijf ccrtiin^ tnd iftcf doth nor p^y rKc Ctm^ <^/ if be 
ki fcid in tbt Spirimil Court for thii Debt, he Ihatl rbef». 
QpOR hive ft Prahibirion : And (o if he Acknowledge in the 
SpttiruAl C urf, ihit he ought to p»y to fuch • r*r« too 
Mtrki It fuch a Djy, &i. he (Kill not be Toed in the Sptiirutl 
Court for that Debt \ and if he be, he fta?l have a Ptohi. 
bttion and Attachfnent thereopoii. But iT a Ma.ii, by Rci* 
Cmi of Marrifge^ or of • Wall, doth icknrtw le<ijj[fl to tb« 
SDtritU4l Coutt that he ought ro pay i«>o Maikj, o: any •- 
ther $um at t cerratoDay; then if he do hoc pay it ftC- 
cording ro his AcknuwUdgment, he may be Aied tn the 
Spiritual Court for the fame, and a Prohibiriofi will HOC 

And if a Man do acknowledge in the S^tuel CoorC to 

pay a certain Debt at a cefrain Day, and doch tnK pay ic ac 

Vt^uAfTthe Day, f^r «»hich th* other fueth Kiin ici riw Spiritual 

70 Thorpe. Gnirt, and excommumcateth him there, becaofe he dii 

DOf pay ir at the D^y ; the other Party £ball bav^t i Pcohi* 

bition igainft him. 

If a Man do rrcorer a Dtbf in the Spittmal Court agamft 
enother, ^nA afrer focth there ro have Execution \ the Pax» 
cv grieved fhtW have a Prohibition agatnft the Party eod 
the Judf^e, snd an Attachment upon ihe fame. 

)f a Min be indebted unto the King, of bouDdeo to rni- 
dif en Accr>unt unto him, and after hts Eiecutors ate bt 
ed in t^ie Spirtrual Court {ot a Debt which doth nor con* 

• ccm Mitrimony orTeftaroeot; his Executors thill kave e 
Prohtbteion againfi thejudge^ &i, reheaffmg the fpeciel 
Matrrr, &t. 

Where an Abbots or Biffiop, or other Perfoo wbeclbi^ 
ver, ftieth in the Spirituil Coun, btcaufe he taketh ToU. 
or other Compofition or Cullom of hts Teninrt, Ct there 
rite Parry gritired fliatl have a Prohibition agttnit him; 01 
rile King may fue this Prohibition and Atrachmaic tbei^ 

Where a Mm granteth Parcel of hit Manor to enothet 
^ Pirfon in Fee, w be ouit of Tithei by Deed, and the Pai^ 

* fonwirhthe AfTrnt of th* Ordinary grant» unto him, rhac te 
Oiftll be quit of Tithei of his Minor for tbif Parcel of Lftfid^ 

Vide %tn Ot. if htp or hit Aflignee be afterwirds implead^ in the 

fnkn^ Sniritoal Court for Tithe* of hif Manor, or any Parcel of 

ma^h bli Manor, he, or hi* AfHgnee ft all have a prohibition 

^/ / H T*^ ^^** Ditd : And ifrhe D«ed were made bcflireTiUK of 

fV t^S-' licoiofy« mi fo had cootLnued to be quitted el Ttthtf of 







Ibis Miflor« be (hall btve i Prohibliori, if h« be impfe^d- 
td for the Tithes of that Manor, or my Parcel thei^f^ 
upon the Mtuer Iheved. 
If If a Mill fue tny Prohibition to any Spiritual Courr» and 
tbe Judgei will not receive the firm, or will not allow iti 
aoii btcaufe he btingeth the Prohibition^ they make a Ci* 
tarron againfl tbe Party, to in Twer befcre them for the f^oie 
Caufc ; now he ihall have a new Probibiricn upon the Matter 
dirtied unto the Judgci th^fif, &s. And alk> he (ball have 
an Atrachmem tbcrcupcOp if they proceed agjinft him in 
their Court. And it is not martrial whether the Prohibitioii 
were fued Itgally or erroneoufly; bectuft he ftaH not be 

Pponilhed for fuing aProhWion in the King's Cotirr 
A Man devifcth Linda in tj>ndm in Mortmain, and by 
Rcafon of this Devifc the Abbot > or he to whom the Devife 
is made, fucth for thefc Ltiidf, or for any Pi reel thereof, in 
the Spiritual Gourt by Colour of the Devifc: The Parry 
grieved by this Suit Oiatl have a Prohibition. 
K If a Man fue another in the RingS Court in Trefpafi 
for Eattery, or taking of his Goods, and afterwards if Non- 
Altt, and dir:anrinuetb tht Suit, for iivhlch the Defendant 
foetb him in the Spiritual Ct urr forDefsmation, &$, h? who 
hath fued in the Temporal Crtu t fhall have a Prohibition 
ftgainft htm, and an Attachment thereupon, if he fue again 
In the Spiritutl Court; and ilfo Qiall bavs fach Prohibiti- 
on unto the Judge, and Attachment againft him, if h% hold 
PJea rhetcin afcer the Prohibition delivered unto him. 

» Where a Compofirion is made by Deed indented at the 
Time of the Avoidance of a Prior^ that an Abbot (hall no- 
minate dx Perfons, and that the other {hall elt^ one of 
them to be Prior, unto the Ordinary; now if he who pte- 
fenteth be fued in tbe Spiritual Couir, becaufe he hatb 
prefented one unto the Ordtiary for to be Pjtor, he thill 
chermpon have a Prohibition againil him who fiieth there, [^i.' 
And if the Sub prior ar>d Convent fue in the Spiritual C'urt 
CO avoid fuch Prefenrmenfi he iliall have a Prohibition 
^ egainft tbe Judge, &t, 

Bk And alfo the King miy have a Prohibition dirrfted unto g AiTi^w 
W^ (be Ordinary » that he Qiall not villt rhe HofpitaJs which are Br. AfHfe 
©f the King's Fnundarion, or of the Foundation of his*S^* 
PredecHlors, tecaufe that the Chincellor o( Bnglt^nd rughc 
ft^r to vifir ^f m and no n her. And fo is it of the Ktng*s 
or his Progenirors Free Chapefs, no Ordinary &all vidt 
Ibcm, but the Chancellor of R^iUnd^ &c* 


J^K 7. 14, Whert i eotsmofi Prrrnft tf the FaufKlcr of in Hofptti 
(?aU* ^"*^ '^fci^h If dottittve by hit Lerteri Patcnrs, tnd doth confiff 
iBf. if^ic ''' *" T«mpofiliirf, if the Urdiniry wilj viiir fu ch He Ipi* 
till the Pogjidcr ihill have a Prohibition agaifill htm ; or 
if the Ordiniiy will circ any of ihc poor Men to ipp^^r 
Mbf^ him for %n Horpiral Oule, nr to remove him, th« 
Pounder, or hts Heir, Chall have i Pfohiblcion. And fticfa 
Ilofpiul may be ippeudini unto a Mtnor^ it well ftl tb« 
Advowfbn of t Church. 

And if a Min recover hi? Prefctltation by ^^rt imf§* 
iU^ ind htth hii Cleik admicr-d ajid inflitufcd, and ana 
ther Pcrfon who daimerh the A»lvowfon by Provifion fu 
the Pope foefh in the Spiriruit C^urr, for to avoid' and 
roofc the other Clerk ^ the Pinon uho hath tecovered 
Prefcntmenr, &€ fhall liive 1 Prohibition imco the Judjj 
for to rorccafe, &;. , ' 

So if rhe King hath Title fo prefent iinfo an Adirowfiii 
by reafon of a Ward who i$ tn ttie Krng*f Hands, and 
the fix Mnnthf pafV pref^nreth his Clerk, who tf adfl 
and in(\irufcd, and the Hifhop prefcnr hi* Clerk befil _ 
the fame Church forLspfc, who wi* admitted and inrtirtif 
&i, by reafon whereof the B^fhopS Ckrk fu'th the Clcr| 
wfco wai predated by the King, in the Sptrirua! Court j f|j 
King*i Clerk Qtall have a Pmhibition dirtded unto d 
Jiwifei, ^€. that they ftnH nr-t pmcecd in the PJea, &i* 
fhiif^ If if Man fuerh a PrieO, nr a Monk, or Cmnn, or Cferl, 
^i^" * '"* ^^^ rempora! Law. in 0A>r, or Trefpafs, and caufc hli 
* to be artefted by his Body ; if rhey fue for his Arrcft al 
ration in the Spirttuat Court 4i vitlmis msnuttm tKJr^it 
iHCttfUum, theothei (hiH have a Prohibition diicQwAl ul 
ro the Judge. 

If two Men are fworn fo ^ive Evidence wntn a Jury ^ 
do fo, for which ceitain Perlom are indifted; if ihey 
•r« indited fue them In the f»piricual Court who gave Stl 
denee tor Defamation, they (b«Tl have a Pmhibition. 

Whcfc a Man fueth in the Spiritual Court for 
CaufeSf and the Defendant purchafcch a Prohtbr 
Oed unto the Judges there, ind deliver! the fame, and (^ 
(a doing the Judges do excommuntcire him for the Offipi 
he did to the Church, in bringing a Prohibition to 
upon a Spiritual Caufe ; the Party excommunicate 
have a new Prohibttton upon that Matter, commanding 
ttiem for to revoke the fame, l*nr a Man (hall not be ponilk- 
td for faing forth Writs in ihe Kiog'l Courts, whnber be 
luvc Right oc V/rong. 




^ ^If « Oerk of the Chinccry, or iny of his Serving, or 
Ftbe Kcrpcr of rht Grtar^Setl, or my of hts Seivanrs, or the 
} Chancel lo;, or toy of his Seivant^, be fued in L$ndm be- 
libre the M^yor or Sheriff for Trefpafs, they ihall hive a 
\iufeTftd*JU direfled onto th« Mayor for ro furceafe, and 
Ibid rhe Parcv fue in rhcChtncerv, if it be needful for hitn* 
'And there arc divcri Forms of thrfc Writs in ihc Rtglfter ; Vid. aR|, 
and one Writ rcci^crh, that this CuHom and Privilege Pff^hib. r j. 
was cnnfirmcd by Authf^riry of ParliAment ^un§ i8. £, 5, Vid.45»P« 

If a Woman hath Title to fue a C»i in *0Tts, and (he 
I fwcar unto the TEnanr that Q^e will not fue the Cut tn*uiis u H.4 tzm 
ilj^ainit him ; if Che afterward* fueth forth the Writ» for 
which the Tenant ft^eih her ia the Spirituil Court for Breach 
of her Oath, iKe (hall have i Prr hibition^ becaufe the Oath 
touchcih a Temporal Thing, viz. Land. 
» If fwo feveral Patrom prefect fevcrally to the Bithop, and 
1 thereupon one fueth a ^an tmprdlr^ or a DArnin Prtfent* 
imtnt «gain(l the other, and recovcrcth^ and hath his Clerk 
'admitted, for which the other CIcik fucth the Clerk wba 
rccovreteth by Appeal, or ochefwifep in the AtchbiO)op*# 
Court, bccaufe that he was not adtnirted at the PrefcnC* 
I ment of his Patron ; the Patron who recovereth ibal] have 
a Prohibition diie^ied unto the Archbifiiop, c^r. or agtind 
the Clerk chat fuerh there for that Caufe, that he doth not fus 
I for that Caufe, &e. 

And fo h it if the Patron be disturbed by the Prefent* 
[ment of a Stranger, ^d the Di^urber*s Clerk fucth the ve- 
jiy Patron** Clerk in the Spiiimj} Court ; or contrary, the 
fCieik of the rightltiil Patron fueth the Clerk of the Di* 
jftiarber tn the Spiritual Courts he who is grieved (halJ have 

And if the King do collate anto any Prebendary, or re- 
coifereth the Collation unco any Ptebendary, and hath bt» 
Clerk admitted, and afterwards the Clerk who is vexed 
focch in the Spiritual Court, by meani of Appellation, or 
Commifljon, or other Caufe, by which the Title of the Col- 
lation may come in debate; the King fball ha\re a Ptohi- 
bition dircScd unto the Judges where the Suit is, com- 
N maoding them that they do not proceed. And if the King 
do recover his Collation, or Picfcntation untu any Chtirch^ 
and after Execution of the Judgment is diilurbed by Ap. 
peal$, or Citationi, or other ftich Means ^ or if that aftet 
the Ckrk be indu6^cd, the King's Clerk be vexed by Ap« 
pcahy or Com miflionSy or Citations in the Spiriruil Coutc 
fb» this CaoTc; then cbe King ih^U have aWrk, dire£iei| 


96 Tr^hihitm. * 

tnsco til Sbtffifii, Mtyon. and other Oflfteen, ro tik« ifl^ 
•rrtll tilt BoAts fif thr>r« who mtde fudi Imped itnentit to 
diftarb cht Biccotion of rhe Joclgmenr» or of fach Pr«- 
faiUliem or Contrtr^t mtdc by the King ; ind t^fa Qiall 
htrt i Wtic of Prohibttioa unro ehf Biikopi tnd tht ir Oi&* 
cen, tbftc ihey do noc any rhtng lo Dti ogarion of hi* Vt^* 
IbntitKnt Of Collifinnr or of th< Exccufion of !h« Judg* 
menr givm for rhe Ring. And alfo (he King iriiy fue fucft 
Pf oh ibid on dircOtd onto rhe Party htmfdf who fucth fach 
Appeath Provocationf, Cirtcioni, loftrutiiffrirf, or Procefa, 
&€, that they do not fue fuch, or pcroiic fuch Appel'atiofit, 
ProvocitiofiSp or lipped imentf to bc« And rhe King (ball 
have Artacbmenc upon thar ditef^ed unro the Sherid^, &$^ 
iftbt Party foHow or fuScr iacb, &t* to bt fued cociCrary 
CO that Prohibition. 

If the King do recover hit Preientnsfnt unro a Church, A 
■nd bath a Wiic anto iKe Bilbop^ &<* to rcmuve the or her 
iQeumbcDf, for which th? Incumbent fcech an Appra) in J 
cbi Arcbbiibop'i CouTT, ^s. by reafoci m hereof the Arcb- " 
bifhop fendflih a Prohibit ioa thit be do no< admit th« 
King! Cleik pendant the Appeal^ &s. then the King Aiall 
have a Writ direOed unto (he Archbtflkop and hi^ Officerf 
to take off hts lnhibiiton» and that tbey du nothing, noc 
flfrr any thing tn be done by othert* in Dctognion tii tbc 
Cr«wn, or of the King*i Right ; and &all have another Writ ^ 
tgaind the locumbenr. thir be follow not fitcb Appealf^fl 
PfOvocAfiooft or oth^rProceff or ImpcdiaierYCi And alfo^ 
Cbt IUn| may bave an Attachment dtrcaed umo the Sheriff 
a^itott locb Incumbenr, i^' he go o<t there iftti fticb t^r^ 
btbitiiMI dire£led unro him. 

Aad it appeareth by the ^niptr^ that another coauoofi S 
Peifbn w^ho recovcteth hii Prtknrment, or hach Title to 
l^efent^ Qmll bave fuch Wririof Ptohibition unto the Spi« 
rirual Judges, or the pjtry, that they (ball not proctred, oc 

Surfue fuchi iSe. •ni^ aT(» Aftachitent againft rhrm if rbev 
o, ^t. And where (he King's Clerk ii in Poll€l!ian by fucb 
Eecovery, and it afrer diOurbed by another wirh ('Orce and 
Armt, that be cinnoc rake the Tithes and Profitf of iht 
Cburcbt he (hatl then ha^t a fpecial Comoiiffion dire^eil^ 
ttmo the Sheriff, and orb^r the KtngV OiHceri, to rake fudiS 
Pctfons, as well within Lib?rrief as withour, and ro carry 
them unto tbe Goal there to remain tilt ibey bavc orbor 
Command from t^ e King. 

And if the Kit'g dd recover hit Prefcntmetir, and bath i j 
Wiic onto the fii^opi and btl Cletk ti indtcuted and * 



ion If, 

4 E. A* ->• 

Prchihition. 97 

dafted J iT the BfQinp, At the Suit of other* luth Pit^v^oct- 
rionj, or other Inflroments, to cire the King'* Iicumbcnt co 
the Court of Rmii^ or elfewhere out of the i^iitgdoai : theii 
rhe King Qiall have a Prohibition dirfQed unt>j th? BiQjop, 
fhit he do not cite, nor caufc to be cited, fuch ' if, &c* 

^d the King may have an Attachment upon I . AnJ 

it ftems chat th? King fhiM have a Prohihirioa without anf. 
Recovciy had before, if hi< Pfeftnrec bcinftirut^d, <&*ir. And 
fbitfc^ems 1 common Pcrfon thill hive and fuc fuch a Pro- 
htbiaoo, when the Suit is to try the Title of the Prefcnf. 
menc or Colhtion \ yet the Writs in the Regirier ire «nd 
fpeak of a Recovery* 

If t Man nwke Oath to infeoffme before fuch a Djy, CSI'^ > i It. "f If. 
if he do not infeoffme, I cannot fue him in the !>pir»cuil ^*"''''^//*^ 
Court for Breach of his Oith, bccaufe the Thing which if to"^T^*^"^ ' 
L be done if a Temporal A€^, and flu 11 be tried at the r ' ^"^'''■ 
I tnon Law, whether he hath done it or not; and th* 
fc if he befucd in the Spirinial Court for thtr Caufe, hr 
K have a Prohibition And if 4 Man be ibcd in the Sp 

■ Coarr, and ihe Judges there will not grant uorothc Dcfen- 
B d40t the Copy fff the Libel, then he ihail hue a Prohibition 

■ ditefted unto them for ro liirceafe, &i* until they have df. 
m livcrcd the Copy of the Libef, according unto the Starurc 
K made Anr^ 2 ff ^ And alfo the Defendant may hive an 
W Ai^ion againft them upon the f^id Siricue, if f hey will nor 

deliver the Copy of the Libel, whether the Caufe in the Ltbsl 
be J Spiritual Caufe or nor. 
f If a Man mtktth a Divife of Lands or Tenements devi* 3 
fable, (he pjrtv to whom rhe Devife is made fhall nat fue in ^j^m^ 
the Spiritual Court to h*ve the Lind< or Ttnancnrs \o devi. f^ .^*J J** 

»fcd ; but if he do, rhe other P^irry lluti have a Prnhibicloi 
But if he devifeth Goods or Chaftefs Re»1, at ,4 Term for 
Yearf, or a Ward ; there he miy fue in th.: i>piiUual Coar 

for fuch Things. 
Q If a Mao fucth in the Comrnon Plei? for Tiefpaf*. if he : ; H,o ProT 

fue him \f\ the Spirirtiil Court foe the fame Ciufo, he nuy hbirion |. 

ftiew the Miirer inthe Common Picas, and (ha^J tiave a Pft>» ^i'j.^^^' 

bibttionfrom thence direQcd to rhcjrrdg?5. t^i. And fo t?^ ^ ' tt" 

Ways when the Matter is depending in the C:)mm'in 

he fue for the f^me Caufe in the Sp»ritua)Coiirr, he ; 

Ba Ptoh bition our of rhe Common Pleas, - 

IP But a Muiftiali have a Prohibition or- of ffi* ^^3nt€;y \x Ri 

Of King's Bench upon his Surmife, 1 1 \ f^fohtbt- 

in the Spirirual Court for a Tempt^i^i 

he be n(j: fucd in ihe Krnj^'i Btnch, or clfewbtre, t^r rhar 


hibicioa ty. 






in Sbcrlfi, Mif firi, and other Oflicerf, to filcff i 
irftll ilw toditi ol chafe who mtcfe fuch Impeaim^nfs, ro 
difturb lilt Bl^otion of rhe Jodgmenr, or of foch Pr«* 
feaCaclHli or Cofftfipnt rr.idc by the King • tnd ttfo ftall 
hirf i Wrie of Prohibtcion unco the BiOiopt ind thetr Ofi- 
ccn, tbit they do not toy fhing in Deiogation of hii Vtm- 
lenriTKfit Of CoUtrinn, or cf the Execution of iht Judg* 
menr given fbr the King, And tlfo the King miy fue ftich 
Pi oh tbit ion dircCfced unto the Ptrty himfetf who futth fucb 
Appesis, Provocttiooi, Cifitioni, Icftrwnfmt, or Procefi, 
&€. that they do not (iie fuch, ot ptrmic fuch AppcritioRf, 
Pravocitions, or I rr pediments to be. And the King fhall 
luve Artichment upon thir dife^cd unro the Shetiff'i &u 
if chePtrry follow of ftiSerfuch, &u Co b« fued cootrtry 
to thit Prohibition, 

If the King do recover hi* Prefintment unfo t Church, 
•nd hath a Wiic unto the BttLop, &i* to itmovt the other 
locorabaif* for which th« Incumbent fi:eth an Appeal in 
lilt Afchbilbo^'t Coitrt, {$€. by reaion « hereof the Arch* 
biOiop fendeth a Prohilnrion that be do noc admit tha 
KtngiCletk peod^nt the Appeal, &t. thru the King fiiall 
have a Writ dirf 6etl Unto the Archbiftop and hU OSi;ert 
to rake oif hts Inhibitinn, and chit they do nothing, oc« 
flfiet any thing m be done by otheri, in Derogttton of tba 
Crown, IK of the King's Right ; and (ball have anocher Wcit 
•gainA the Incumbent, thir he follow not fiicb Appeata. 
Provocationf, or oiKrr Piocefs ot Imfiedimenti AikI alio 
the Kine may have an Artachment dtredcd unto the SheriC 
af^ainO fucb tncumbenr, tl' he go oa there altat fudi Pio-^ 
hibition dire^cd onto him. ^| 

And it appeareth by the Fnijffr^ that another camtnoil^ 
Petlbn vtho receveteth hit Prrkmmcrjt, or hith Title to 
Ijreienr, ihall have furh Writs of PiohiUtcion tjnto the Spi- 
firoal Judgei, or the Pjrty, that they flull not proceedi or 
mrfue fuchi iSt. and a'fo Artachiient againf^ rhrm if rhc]p 
00, ^i. And where thcKtngHCtetk i$ in PoiUlfion by fuch 
Recovery, and ti aOer diOuebed by another wirh Forc« and 
Armt, that he ctonor fak? the Tithes and Prorut of (ha 
Churchi he fhtU then have a fpecial Commiffjon direct ^d 
yntn theSheriflF, and orh^r the King*! OfHceri, to take fuch 
PcrfoaSp as well within Liberrtei ji withour^ and ro carry 
them onto the Goal, there to remab till they hava oHaai 
command from t^ e King. 

And if the Kir g dn lecover hit Prefentmenr, and hath a 

Writ onto the Biwop^ and hii Ctctk is tnflituted and ti»* 

4 dlAei 




dafHd ; if the Difhop, ar the Sutc of others hath Piibovoet. 
rionr, or other Inftruments, to cire ihc King'< ijcimbcar to 
the Court of ftflw^, or elfc where out of the l^ingdom ; theii 
the King ftiall luve a Prohibition dire£^ctJ uiuj the 8i(hop, 
fhar he do nor cite, nor caufe to be cited, fucb Incumbent, &c» 
tnd the King may have an Attachment upon tf, if, ^t. Ani 
icfecm* fhac rhe King fhill have a Probibition wichout anf 
Rccoveiy hid before, if hh Pfcfcnrec bcir»rtreufed, ^i\ And 
Ibitfeemi a comfnon Pcrfon Ihtil have and fue fucfi a Pro* 
hibiJioo, when the Suit is to rry the Title of the Prcftnt- 
incntor Colhtion j yet the Wiks in the Regider are and 

fpeak of a Recovery. 
H^ If a Man make Oath ro infcoff me b;fore fuch i Day, ^i. nil, *f ff. 
V if he do nnt infeoffme, I cannot fue him in the Spirftua! ^'^"''^^^ /^' 
n Court for Breach of his Oirh, bccaufe the Thing which t> tV 
i be done it a Temporal A&, and (hill be tried at the Coni^ , ^ ,, ^ 
I mon Law, whether he hath done it or not; and therefore rMhsnon i . 

if he be fucd in the Spiritoil Cowrt for rhaf Caufc, he ftall ^e^ 41 F, 
E have a Prohibition And if a Man be focd in the Spiritual'^ ^ 4 *^» 

Coarr, tnd ihe Judges there will noc grant unro the Defen* -_ 

dant th: Copy ^f the Libc^ then he Jhail hire a PtDhibirioQ ^ S. 1, iv 1 
^ direfted unto them for ro furceafe, &v, until they have d^. 
B littered the Copy of the Libel; according unto the Stature 
H made /Sfud z H 5. And alfo the Defendant may hive an 
H AiVion againd them upon the f^id Statute, if rhey wiU ocir 
r deliver the Ctipy of the Libel, whethcf the Ctufe in the Ltbel 

be a Sptritnal Ctufe or nor, 

)If a Man maktth a Divife of Lands or Tencmentf d:*vj\ i7H.6% ' 
fable, the Party to whom the Dcvife is made (hall nnt foe in ^A'«»» 
the spiritual Court to h*vc the L^nds or Tcn«fmcnts To devf. ^.,^'J*^*' 
fed ; but if he do, the other P;irty ihall have a Prohibirfor hiL , 
Hut if he devifeth Goods or Chartds Real, ai a lerm for '"^»^ ^3?' 
Years, or a Ward; there he miyfue in th^ Sipititml CoUR 
lor fuch Things -'v 

Q If a Man fuerh ifi the Common Plei^ for Tfefpafs, if h* • ! i r^ 

fue him tn rhc Spirifual Court \\k the fame Ciuk, h; 
^fhew the M-itrcfinthe Common Plf»s» and (bail have a 1 .^ 
■llibltion from thence direQed to the Jrrdg*?. ^^f. And fo tU 
P ^«ys when the Marter is depending in the Common Pkw, If 
be fue for the fame Caufr in the Spiritual Court, helfaiUhfve 

Pt Proh bititm out of the Common Pleii 
But a MinO,all have a Prohibition out of the Chanctiy 
or King's Bench upon his Surmife, fi " 
In the Spiritual Cotiit for a Tempo 
he be nq: fued in the Ktng's Bench, or cllv^vUtt,, i^i 
^Caufc- M 

i.a H,6; 44, 





If t Mm fue a Sjtsrt Im^ida, and deliver ir of 

11 bf miy, and aftcrwArd the Difendanr, or his Clerk, fue 

'E.4. 11. t Cftnioo igiitlf^ the Pxf fcnrce r\^ the Plaimiif; the I'lain* 

^iSliB. tiff ifi Hie S^ATi imptdit ChiilJ have a PrablbieioQ in the 

Cotninoo PJcti, before ibt Recurn af ihc Writ of S^sn Im* 

fidii, bccayfe it ap^areth on Kccotd thac fucb a S^sn 

tmfidit ti depend trtg. 

If a Pat Ton graoc to one by Heed, that be (hall be dit 


chafged of Tithes of hif Ltodi, and al'cerwafdi he foeth ii|fl 
the Spiritual Coutt foi the Tithes, &i ir is faid rhit ht" 
ihill not have 1 Prohtbition. becaufc he may pretend this 
Matter in the Spiritual Court, to difcharge him of rheTitheuj 

bition m both Cafet. The Caic 1^ M* 8 £ 414. 
Vtde Com. ^f ■ Man promtfe one 10/. if he will marry his Diitgh* 
ffo.&^oo ter ; if he marry Che Daughter, and the other will not pay 
^'i^C' ^ L** ^* ** the Mon«ry, he {^t\\ not fire fur the fame in the Spiritoai 
Vide Vo^sl ^^'^^ ^"^ '^ ^'^ promifc one with his Diughter in Marti* 
ti AO. 70, •B* '°'* *^^* ^^ ^^ ^^^^ marry ilic Daugbrer, and he do not 
17E.44. pay the Money, be may fue in the Spiritual Court for tht 
15 H.). 10/, becaofe it concemeth Mattiinofiy. Which Diverhcy 
frohib, n. fee in 12 I. I //A. Af. 


If the T^ftator charge bis £veca?or« to pay hit Debt! to | 
his Creditors if they do not piy them, the Creditors may 
fue in the Spiritual Court ; and they (hall nor have a Pro^ 
htbirion. for chat this Charge of theTeftator is at a Deviie 
unto his Crcdirors: ij^iarf vidi H,^, £• j, Prtki^ttim ij. 

If a Man gi verb Good % in Marriage with his Daughter, ( 
Prohib* ai. jjjj af(€r\»ardi ibty a^e divorced j the Wife may fue in the 
*' ^ '^^' Spiritual Court far the Goods, and no Prohtbtcion will 
lie thereof. 

If 3 Stranger do diilurb the Exccutori fo perfotm cbt I 
Will* they may fue him in rfic S^iiritual Courr, and no Fr*km 
kiiim lieth agitnft them for fo doing r 4. H, } Prththit ag, su. 

If t Man fucth a Ttohibition bccaufe another draueth 
him into the Spiritual Court for an AdvowTon of a Cburch, 
^c, upon the Atrachment upon the Prohibition fucd he may^ 
dedare^ that he did deforce him of great and fmall TicliciH 

If one Parfon fuerb another Paifon in the Spiritual Court 
for Tithes of tht Profits ariling in one hundred Acres e| 
Lands withia the Botftnb tnd Limits of hia Parifli besnj 

4I. 1. 17 
1 9* Picv 



lor which the Pitron of the other Patfon pure ha Pet h in /n- 
diisvit unto the Spirirualjudge for to furceafc, &£. chen m»y 
the Pirfon who facth fn the Spiritual Court come into ttic 
Chtnccry, tnd have a Writ unto the Bifhop fpr to cnquii* 
of the Value of the Church, according to the Tax of Tkbci 
now currftnr, as upon the Value of the Tithes demaoded, 
and to ccrfifie the King in the Chancery thereof by Letters 
under his Seal^ with thcWrir: And it feemcth he ought fd 
tt»do before he have a Confultation granted in that Cafe. 

If i Btlhop will cite or compel the Ring's Chaplains, oc 
the MaOers of the Chancery, which are the KiftgN Chap- 
fain«, ro make their perfonal Reddence upon their Beneficei 
lA^hen they are attending in ihe King's Service, they may 
have a Ptohibiuon unto the Hiibop, &c, and upon thefime 
9X1 AltAf, BUrits, and Attachment. But if they be not at- 
tending in the King's Service, then the Ordinary may comi 
pel them to make perfonal Refldence upon their Benefices j 
•nd the Fotm of the Writ is fuch ; 

Rtx vaifrMhtft, &:c. Cum Cliritt n^firi ddfaaftid, in Mmkpih 
fd$ Kifdmtiaih pfrftnalitir^ dufH in nofiris immor^nt. ^hftquiif^ 
fmftSMt^ mUm fuf.r he miUflMriftu inqnittsn nm diht^^nt ^ 
tf9f^ Hi Bngtnima mflri tpimd. Rtgh Angl', kujufimdi Li» 
SertMf. iff PftviUg. pr$ Cltfim m^ris » umpre ipt§ nm txisf 
^fmortM ftrnftr h^Btnus up fumus^ v^hh Pnndsmnff fu^ dU 
itB Clmcum mflrnmy Perfinam BccUJt^ de B. 8cc. ^nwf pit prM* 
€4ff, no^rum in Ci^nceU. mftrm n§fir$i jugii, inttndit thfe^uitff md 
ptrfvnmtfm Rejidtntt^m in Btnffii. /rtf, See. dum in etfdim »^fim 
^mis mprit immorst* ^ nuUatmut eempeSatis^ 8tc* 

And if the King's Chaplain be chofen Dean of any Church, 
vbich Office requireth i>erfonal Attendance and Rendence, 
and the Bifhop will compel him to take the Dtfanry tvbick 
requireth that perfonal Rcfidcnce, by fpiritual Cenfures and 
Citations^ &c, then be ihati have a Prohibition unto the BU 
ihop by tbefc Words ; Mts dtflriB, pnhihmw, ne ipfum A. 
sd Rtjidtfitiam atiqu^m in Bimfit. fuo fadcnd*, fen sjfummdm 
•fficium pr^d*\ vel sli^u^d httjufmsdi Rsjtdtntiam requir\ dum 
Afiqmii mjiris ffdd, ftc inttndertt^ quQ^t modf sQwpc^mif \ <J* 
Stqueflr^ Ji quod in fruWkw «M ^^'V tonii EuUJi^ di&i Cltri^ 
mftri pit ipfum Epifs9pum *ut [u9s ea m^fime spppjitnm fu^f*^ 
jlwf diUti^Hf fau rtUxMri^ &c. And fo if the Clerk abide ia 
the King'i Service in the Company of our beloved tad 
trpfty R* of P. in the Parts of G^pw*/* 

And fo If the Diftiop will amerce the King's Chaplaini, 
ind compel them to pay a certain Sum of Money for Non* 
^efidcrtce, they Ih«l have 


M i 


ICO Pnhihition. 

Kzitit fa€ inmhercnjt of the Rtilm far Delif^ or other H 
CiuR:, urhertof the King'i Comi may have Conufince, b« 
(hilt have a ProhiMtiori ii^ainil him» tDt) afi Atcicbmem a|>- 
on the (imt^ if, (5*^. Ana fo if one Getic fueth saccher upon 
ihf Title of Collition of any Prebendiry our of cheRcalnit 
&(, he miy hive this Protiibiiion: And the King miy Tend 
a Wnt to him vt ho if fu Hied out of the Realm » commaod* 
tfighim upoa Pain of Forfetrorc of fo much li he miy for- 
feit, thit lie go not out of the Realm for to anfsver thereun* 
tO| whereof the Conufmce doth appertain onto tb« King^f 
CoUf f* And alfo the King may fend unto the Prebend, if 
he be fued out of the Realm fof Title of the Prebendary, to 
prohibit him, upon Pain of Impfifonmcnr^ and of Forfctroie 
of what be n'ay fotfrir, that he do not go out of the Rcaljxtt 
nor anfwer there by hh Proftor, or othctwifc, dv. 

And if any Man do purchafc fiom the Court of RfmtV 
toy Citation againfl any Clcf k, or othert, direQed unto th^ 
Afthbiihnp of CsnSirhMrt^ or untO othert. to cite fuch Pet* 
fiifis to appear before the Pope, Cfc. ^nd to anfwer for tht 
l49*l ^^o^^*^**''^ "^ Prcfcnration unto any Benefice or Prebendary ; 
'^ then the king (hall fend his Writ of Prohibit on unto tli« 

Archbilhop, or other to whom fuch Proccfi is dirc^cd, chac 
they do not cite, ^c. and may have another Prohibittoa to M 
the Party himfe!!; and an Attachment upon the fame, &t, * 

And when a Confult-ticm n once duly granted^ thin the A 
Court may proceed in the Spiiitual Court, nct^*irhi>andi/ig 
that the Party |>urchifc a new Prohiblrion directed unto 
rhcna, tf the Libel be c^oe changed : Si*»d vtdi by the Staoire 
of 50 f |. r, 4. 

The Wi it of Prohibition, which is Called IniUroir^ moft B 
commonly lieth between four P^tfoni, whereof two are 
Patron^, and twoar-: ' '- ' - ind properly H'^fh where one 
Ckfk faeth another i icual Court for '1 iihca which 

do amount unto th- 10 n :ri ran of the Value of the Cfuirch 
at the Icaft , for if it doth not amount onto the Value of 
the fqorth Part, but unto the fiffb Patt, the hUttmvts doth 
nor lif* And thii Wrfr \Ut\\ for the Patron, and that 
C u fued v^ i| C^n : And this Writ 

11 1 u \vt\\ J .] tjc* a^ the P-*rfy. Aod th« 

K iue this Wtk vbh<r« his Clerk u impSraded for 

T ouoting to the Value of tb^ fourth Pa-t of the 

< hutch, or of the Church it fdf. And thii 
dit4va lieth as well for th? Patron, wlnr^ 

impleaded for the Advotf^ibn it feff, 
Pftbtnd , t^r Cbipef, is Wdl as \i be 


Wtir of /jh. 

*.,,.,-•»« of 

Pnhibithn. lOi 

the Tithcf of the Church, Vicarage, Prcbni, or Chipet. m 

And it appearcrh by the Rcgiftcr. tlic iVfir of Inicsvit I 

which the King ftiall have where ths? Ot\ k U im - leaded in rhe fl 

Spirttua) Court for Tithes, not making Mcmroa what is the fl 

Vilue of the fourth Patt, is fuch; ■ 

^ Rix Offiaali Epifi9^t\ &c. & tyu C^mmrjfarm fitlntrm : Cum H 

H A. i^ 0. P#r/w/i E^'deJU de W» ftiii j;* emwj D:am^ pn-vt^niiw-- H 

V r« 4^* M*fif($, ^cc. d^ J!j6^aiiont m^fA^ ^h^oj^ de Bcllo, f/«* I 

f»#w/ fj; ;>rf jwj ftdmdt^ iSfC. /r^i&/# fjfwi /« A'rf* fl 

«^. Sec. f'o .^ 6iC. utrtm Md ms «nt nd fr^id* j^kht, fl 

firtimt fam . ir*«m AdvacsfiSy quia Pladt0y &c. Artd fl 

this Writ o: .;,..„.*.' ought to b; fucd by the Patron before fl 

Judgment given in the Spiritual Court, fbt after Jadgmcnc ■ 

given there, the Micavit h void. fl 

^ And a Man fiiall not hive an IndicMvit before the Party M 

L in the Spiritual Coutt hath libelled there againft the Dc* 

I fendant V «nd the Parry who facth the Indie Avit ought lo li H. ^. i. 

Diew the Copy of the Libel in the Chancery, before he have j 

the I/tdics'viL An J when the Parry hath Hbilkd in the Spl- ■ 

m ritoal Court, and the Party is put to tnfwcri chen it it fl 

■ caHerJ and fald, that the Suit is contefted in the Court of I 

^ CI- m 

^ 'Avit Iteth for Tithes and OflTeTin^t, if SuU Be fl 

*^ in the Spiricual Court for them, as well as it licth of »n Ad- fl 

I^owfon ; and that for a common Perfon, as well as for the ■ 

King. And the Writ of fndU^vit ihall not mention that the H 

Tit^et and Offerings which are in f«tt do amount unto ■ 

riie fourth Part of die Churchy but D cimai prtvmftnte/ de V 
£€u{im asrut(rrjt^ ot of fuch a Man^r ; And if thefe Tithes 4Ki 5 -3^ 
be not to tiie faurth Part of the Value of flie.-Advowfon, ^-9. l^iohi- 
thc other Party may allcdge and furmifc the fame, and We ^^tion 1. 
a Confultatlon* 

And alfo Indicavtt lieth where one Pirty it Patfon Ills- ^ 

pirfonce, and the Clerk of the other Patron fueth hint In ■ 

the Spiritual Court for Tithes, IS:- hi m-iy ^tit the Induf'tdf, M 

And lb tf an Abbot be Parfon impaTfaacc of a Church, and H 

another Abbot is Parlbn Imparfonee of another Advowfon, H 

and one fucth the other for Tithes appertaining to his Ad- S 

vo«rfon, amounting unto the fourth Part of a Church, &€• fl 

the other (hall h*v& (he InJic^vif again(l him. " fl 

And if an Abbot be Parfon Impatfonceof an AdvoWfbn, V 

^ and harh a Vicar endowed 5 ihcn if the Parfon be fued in S 

■ the Spiritual Court for the fouith Part of the Titb« of Ms ■ 
p. Farfbnjge, he (hall have an IndUsvr, And fo if the Vicat be ■ 

fued for (he fourth Part of the Tithes and OfFcrtngi of hii fl 

^ M 3 Vica< ■ 



r U€] 

Vimrngt, tke f^^^'^'^ f>r he Vfho U PAtroo of ih« Vkaftft^ 
^ ** ' ' ', bfctttft they •« feirenl Advmi^] 

ie, tnd ib« Victf«ge ifioclirr ; anil' 
uoni of ihtai Sl*iU vUi Psfih. 1 1. 

bate tli^ 
tlie Pit! 
•foay be 
H, 6. in Title / 

If Btiii^*^*, Mayors or ofbcff , who cUtq? JortfdiQJoii to] 
mntft 1 Mm upon a rUIni bcforr rhem, or ro Afudi kti 
Goods, C^f. do ifTcOonc for TrcfptfiorConrii^t, wbg 
IWtwithin fhcirJurifdiaion.thcPirty arreftcd. C^c. Jban 
TftPfohibition direQcd tmfo fhffD, c^r, «nd the lorm if * 
RtM B^ltivit A« Wr N. {slut mi. Qvm it dmmum (mfU$ 
nsfiri pnvifum fit, fwd tttm lictmt slitui d* t^d, rtp$»^ mfi 
ijfp ^ mimflfii mjirm fptfUIem sttfhgrifMtim »d kn hAa$U 
^MT, mli^Hij ftr B^Sh sm fu pftfisftm fusm trmfimmti stfM 

twMnfgr, mliquskunxtrm i^nd. B*M. ftm ptfifist. fsBis ; ^^iii ^tr^c* 
c-p^mut^ ^u$d ttm siiithtmtis B, 0d rrjftndmd, ^iicui armm ^m* 
kit tn B*il. vtftfM fvPtr hnjufmfdi ftmrsSihif^ r— •-* ■- f«i^ 

fit^m (ndi ftftriiiSf dtlikftsri fseisfif^ tcc. Aoc u tncy wiJI 
.not obey the Um^t he (hiJI htvc an AtuchoMiit Agaioft the 
Ditlt^i. And thii Wiic lieih as well upon AccacluiKii^ cC^ 
iJtio6$, •! for trreAtng nf the Body. 

If a Womin have L^nds which Ike holdcth in Dcwrr, or 
©f joint Purchife with her Husband » or of her own fnhc« 
rittnct, if the Sberiflf have Pfocc{$ out of th- jtr 

CO levy thfHiDband's Debt* which he owcrh uw .g* 

or if tT have Procefs out of another Court to lt\y 

Debr ; her Hu\band to mother Perfon^ if the Slit* 

riff wili ditlrain m the Ltndi which the Wife holdeth, t^$* 
tht Wife (hall have a Writ tinto the SheriB; that he do not 
diflfatn the Wife who holdeth fuch Lands, in the fame 
landf , for the Debt of the Htuband -, and the Form of the 
Wrii 11 fuch : 

Rix yit\ &C. Cvm fitmnJ" Ugm & ttnjuttud, Wigid mfti 
mmknii in Titrif CST TaKmtnnt fusf itn.nt im dtttm ir dtm 
^§if$r§rmm faorttrnt %ti ^um Jmt di hdreditmu fms^ vii ^^^ Jsft 
, mc^ifivfrma , frt dekii^s vtrfnan fm»mm nddtni* dififimgi 
fi9n dd^tsnf ; m tm B* fMs fut uxn A, d* ft ring* im Trrrit o* 
Tkmmtnttt imtt, ^H^t tr^$t in d*tem tx d§n§ t^mjd, A» & itimm 
fMM fwr, Jl mt ex 7a*//* i^ju^ B fitmx 

d if fits fr^is^ wi r '^: ^j w fPjittg B. fr»dt^ii, fr^4^ 

t^ ^w$vdsm vifi fm\ rtdd^* nm diftriwg^, vk ^fringtfu\ 





imtrm Li^tm & nnfnttud. frMdiB\ & PifiriElimm^ ft fusm^ 

And there is focH a Writ onto the Sheriff, where Proccft 
Cometh unro the SheriflF out of the Eitchcquer, to levy the 
Debts of the Hmbind ^piffumm, ScaiCMni^^c And in thit Caft 
Ihc may fwc a Writ unto the Barons of the Exchequer, that 
they furcetfc lo make out fuch Proccfs to the SheiiiF co di- 
ftratn the Wife in fuch Lands, &£. Another Form of Writ 
onto the Barons of the Excheqacr, to forceafc for to diftritfi 
the Wife, &e. and with a Provifo in rhefeme Writ, that they 
levy the Debts of the HnibandV Executors, or of his Heir, or 
of the Latids and Tenements which ^ycre the HmbandV, &e, 
^ And if a M^n fue another in the County Court for Debts 
Of Chattels which do amount to the Sum of 40f. then the 
Ptrty (balJ have a Prohibition tgatnd him who is Sheriff^ 
th*t he fliail nor hold Plea thereof, and that he tell the Par- 
ty that he fue in the Common Pleas ; and the Writ is fuch : 

Rf ar f^ic\ 8fc. Cum PUcita de (Mt^Uis C? dibitis ^itJt fummMtn 
^UMdrmgintM fMd^r. Mttingunt, *vtl mm txcidunf, Jtc^mdum Li* 
gtm ^ Cfnfuttud. regni titfiri pae Bre*vi noftr. ptaci(0ri njfi di* 
kisjit ; ac A. B. dt deht. trntum foUd. m C»w* tutjint Brtvi mjh§ 
impUeitMVitf ut gccipf'mus : Tiki prjicipimut \ quid ft its fit ^ ttmc 
Pisii'ro ilU in Com. fT4id. Jim Brevi mftr, nUtrim tentnd. I*^ptf^ 
fid. 9fnninp, & pr^f A. dicst «x parte neftrs^ qmd Brtve n^flrum 
di fr^diB, dtht, verfut pr^d. B. fiBi impetretf fi fi^i 'vidtrit ese- 
ptdin.TfJIi, Ccc, And if fuch Writ be Cued in another Coart^ 
chen the Writ fliall be direftcd onto the BailiiF of the Courts 
ia fuch Form : 

RtM B^Sivh I, de N- vel BsH^fuis dt N.fslutem, CumPUnim 
8fC. [ufquc ibi, nett dehtant] se A. B- dt «, f »ai idtm B. redd^ 
frssf* A, catsS* md n/slenriam dtctm lihrsr. c^Mm mbis in Qmrim 
diBi Dm. vtftri dt N, ^d in Curia niffirg dt H. fme Brevi mfir§ 
imflMittt^ ut 4€(tpimus\ y^hu prsdpiwusj quid ft it* fit, tune 
pUtito ilh, &c, ut fapra. And if ihcy do not farceafe upoa 
this Writ, then he ftiall have an AUsi and Pluries, and At- 
cachmcnt againft them, and alfo an Attachrocnc againll the 
Party himfclf. 

And if a Min do owe unto another Man live Marlcf^ and 
he fue fcveraj Plaints for the fame in ths County.Court, or 
in any other Court agamft the Debtor, he fcall have a Pro» 
hibition thereof, and rchfarfc the Matter, and that be 
woutd defraud the King** Court of its Jurifdifkion, and allp 
the Party of his Anfwer, &t^ commanding them that thejf 
do not proceed, &t and that he command the Party co Cut 
gt the Common Law in the King'* Court; and if tbcy wNI tioc 

M ^ ftttctart 



fucce^fe; hz ^\\ hivc to AUm uA t^ittrin and AltidiiDCQC 
opon rhc fimc, &f 

And fo j( U if 1 MiA yrill fu^ in the Coiinfy.Caitrt i Writ 
oFCoveiiio^ Of Tfei 
Qf more, chc Parry 

An^ fo 

Btron, for A I J. in 

the D<bt if upon a 
tUc Dcfendint miy 


f lbs 

rcQCf I 

; ynM 


jfv "nro hk D image of forty ShilUogt 
irion for to fufcetftt 

li in the ( m • CoarC« 

irlu by citvci . 1 i^it\xip mrhcrcss 
, or upon an Obiigicioo ; now 
L >: )'ni»t iml plead tiotochtji 
diOion of rhc Ccuir^ oi h« miy have a Writ of Pml 
tion diie^td tmto rhcfu^ th^t they do ritrccafe, &t, 
he have Judgment in any of the Pblnts fucd foe Parcel of 
the Debt, ycr in the Prohibition he may prohibit him in tbt 
Piainti which are dcpcndingi and (hat Ejiccutioo of lbs 
judgftkcnt ccafc for the Kefidue. 

And alfo if a Mm fye in the County i Plaint aF twcoCf 
Pounds, and hath Judgment to recover in that Ccmtt ; 
the Defendanr may fue a Prohibtrlcmi commanding the f 
flff and Che Suifori that they do not execute ihe Judgmc 
•ilbotjgh he have before admitred the JurUdiOiou* 

And fti aAet Judgment gtven> and Exccuuoa awirded m 
the County, oc in other Coutt-6aiont which hath not Powtr 
CO hold plea of Debt cf the Sum of forty ShiJIingi, Oe, m 
ci Dimagei in T»'efpa& amounting to (uch Sum, ot morVp 
the Party Defendant (haU have a Writ of Piohibition onto 
the BailrfTs^ or unto the Shciiif or OfH:erof the Cootti that 
thfy do not Execution *, atul if they have dtflraiocd the Paf* 
ty tn make Satiiftftion, that thtn they relcafe the DtiUcfiri 
and thar they revoke what they have done therein- 

Thrreis a Rule in|he Regiftcr thus : Si f^ts€it* it estmikl 
nnl dtlrttte ^um fttrnm^m ^^§dragifi!s j^idmum Mttingwmt , 
mmm eatfdmnt^ tm Cttm\ iit im 0IU CMrU^ Jau Bnvt iU£iitm*A 
fmd 0hfif^ mm /«< tndi Bnvi it fslj§ 'jud.c^d, r^-c Rcimdsrgi 

Wmp« fp^ ffS4mdum Camfintstd, bmjajm^di Jn.^ ..„..,.. u^tm^ 
&C* ,< 

ir Arm 

t K. 4. t^ 
jBlhoci ir. JfP^''* 

Vi BtAimh; fefO ^ 

kmtffm, ium BsHvk dt B. &C, Cum FljtiiM di / -t/rj 

€im mfi^w im rtf^m mi fin Angi* -vi ^ sr^ iuvm 

Quan nm admifiu 

^mtjht R. di T. dt dtmrjts tranfgr. tidm W. per fr^fst. R. 
^ntfM ffiitm mflrafft^ vi & ^rmk (ut dicit*) fttBis, ut accim 
pimm, tH ipjita VV. grave dawpium, 0' tnt:ra Legem & Cw- 
Juit' f^st : ^fl^fi* pfMciftmui^ qtiod fi itM fit, turn PtasitM pr^^ 
diB* (irsm voi^U uhen'w tifitntC fuptrf timnim, praf. W. dicmtu 
tx p^rtt noflra^ ^U4d Brtvi mftrum di Iranfgf. pr^d» vcrfuj prs- 
/#X. R. fi^i imp:tr€t^ ft fht vUcrit expfdire. Tip, &c. 
g And if one Man fucih another in a Coort-Baron, or other 
Coorc which is noc i Cniiitof Record, for Charters ccnccrn* 
ing Inherit 1 nee or Prethold, he (hall have a Prohibition, and 
ihc Form is fuch : 

Rfx B»Sivis di R. di P. falutem Cum P^Metta di Dtftntttm 
I €h0rtar. ftu fcrtpNr, Libcr. Tenement, tMftgtntiim in mlt^^ibm 
Cur. que tfurd. ntn hahmt, fecundum Legem df* cmfuet^ ^^P^ 
mfirit fi^^ Bnvi ntlire pUcitart nm ditfeavt, 4e E. W. de e§ 
fucd id W, redd, pr^f, E, tres Ckartss^ ftfriiw vih'f in Cui'* 
ff^i. Bimini 'ueftri dt P. fine Eremi mfir<i implai\ ut auepimmz 
F^kis pr^ttfimut, qudd ft it a fit^ tunc Placiio iffi dram voi^is tn 
Car. pradf fine Brevi m^n utter im fenenJd fuptrf. ommwcp A* 
ftfiff/. E. die at if ex parti unfira^ efu^d Breve nojf rum de Detent i^Wi 
ChgtftMT, prjid. virfiis prjf^ VV. fibi impetrtt^ fi ^hi midtvH $im 
ftd{r\ Tf/it, &C. An. 8, Jpud Ebor, iftud Brevi ^rdtn^t fu}t 
pwr CfHtslium, 

Quan non admijit. 


Yp a Min do recover an Advowfon, and hath a Wiictinto 
* I ibc BUhop to admit hii Clerk, and he will not admit him ; 
'cbcfi IOC Party may fuc an Alim and PhirLs^ or Actacb- 
OHnt, &i' or may fuc a Wfit of the Chancery, or out 
of the Common Pleas at his Elcftion, de qusn non sdmifit^ 
If well in the Term-time as in the Vacation j but the Wl 
it in Term-tim^ to fuc in «He Common Pleas : And in thi« 
Writ it bchoveth him t(j certify the Re:overy. And the 
Form of the Writ of ^'4§re mn admifit for the King is 

' R^je /^/, &c. SitnK Sec. A. VVinton tpife^ &c. futd fii ctrsm 
mkk (mU die, &c uh ' :. £in^rx f'^n^ not vuperiHCur* 

mfirs i^ramntlk rtcu^ , &c. Arid beihall not fay in 

the Writ, 5 /! v f'^ferfr^ U fiturum, bccaufe the King IbalJ 
not *irui PLJgrv, c*c* 
) And if the Iwing do recover his Prerentrrent in the Com- 
' mnn Pleai, yet he may lye a ^are nun adrntfif m ihs King's 

Ikncb before himlcif 




tod Qttdri non admifit. 

And lb if « ctimmoo Pet Ton do recover in • Siitsn fmfrdit 
in the Common VUi$, tnd the Record is removed by i Writ 
pf Error inro the King*$ Bench, tnd there iffirmcd ; then h« 
fliall htvc • Wfic unto the Bifliop here* ind ought to fut 
^Mfi nwn BJmtft agiind the Biihop there upon rhe Record, 
mbetwtfe not* After the Record removed by a Writ of 
l^rror, the Pbintiff who recovered {hiU not have ^sre vmt 
mdmifit until the Judgment be affirmed in iht King*! Bench 

And the Si^§T€ mtn ^dmifit ought to be faed in the CoqUa 
ty where the Bifiu>p refuleth the PJiintifT'i Clerk. ] 

And in tht^mrt nm ^dm^fit he (btll recover onfy Dami^ 
ges» and (hall nor hive hiiCletk admitted by this Writ. 

And if ih; Bilhop hath admitted ind tnOituted him, tnd 
che Archdeacon will not indud him; he hath no Remedy 
bot only in (he Splr irual Court, at it if faid ; it)r if is • good 
Plea for the BiHiop to fay, That he admitred rheCfeilr, and 
feat hn Letters unto the Achdeacon nho will not indufi bcm* 
And I conceive that if the Archdeacon refute to indud ibd 
Clerk, that the Clerk (half have an Aftion on the Cafe i- 
gainll the Archdeacon, becaufe the Indu&ion it aTempotll 
Aft^ Ai if the Sheriff upon Hshir$ fAciat ftifinrnm will HOC 
sdmtt hrm into Poireirion, he ftiall have an j^is* and Flirif^^ 
and Atrachment againd him. But Tome have Atd, that bt 
Ihal] hive a Citation agatn(l the Archdeacon in the Sptricn- 
tl Courr, and ponKh hrm there i for perhaps he may alJedfe 
m fpecial Caufe, for which by the Spiritual Law be oughr 
not to be iodu^lcd, which Caufe cannot be dcttrmtncd to 
the Temporal Court. Uta fujtn. 

And if the Vicar-general do refufe to admit tht Cletk, 

^A^the Stf^rt fl«ff 4tdm/fit ihiW be brought againfi the Bi&op §m 

/nfhat tefufal; and if the BiChtip do rtfufe the Clerk, uidtf^ 

latc leiwiids dieth, ^^^ v$n sdmifii is maintjinable agimft the 

^ Guardian of the Spiritu^Jitea for tbif RefufJ mid? by the Br- 

Bip^, wh 'The Biftiap ii not boonden to admit the Cletfr, if thl^ 
rtftfrne^, Churth be full of the Prefentmcnt of another Party who it '^ 
not Party to the Recovery. 

li the Biftrp do refufe the KmgN Prefcntee, and doth L 
ifrcrward^ ai^mtr him, yet the King (hall have ^umt^ 9m 
^dmifit aiifltnfl him for that Refufal ; ar>d (b IbaU a cqmmoo 
Chfrth Perfon it» like manner have, ai I conceive* 

Pff Umm^ m wf \H S9d «/«« it^t Rttmrn fV Plmntif kmd m -Mm 

11 H. 



" ^ 

M In a S^^t n&n mdmtpt the Bifliop may fift tbit be did pr€* 
(ent for Lapfc. 

N And ^«rf Mn mdmiju was tnamtainabk againft the Bilhop s 
Official, Niuh 9 £* 1 . 

A if ft Man do lecover in a Slumn imftiit his Prefentm^t (t^} 
onra a Chapel which iv donative^ then I rhink that he iKiH 
have a Writ unco rhe Sheriff to put the Clerk wba tecovertd 
into PoQiellion. 

B And in a S^itrt nm mdmifit the BiOiop mky fay, that tbe 
Church is litigious KetwiKt cu^d, &c. 

C If a Man hath a Dona«uc Chaunrrf , wlikh is c^the Na- 
ture that one nime unco another his Ckrk, and that the 
other ihill ini^itute and induct him ; there if be whoharb tbe 
Nonjimrion bcdiHurbed, he fhalthavea Si^tttimptdii, ajad 
if he do recover^ he ihall have a Writ unto htm wbo ought 
to indaj and induQ him, to put him in Po^tfljon. But if lie 
be diflarbed by him who ought to indal bttn, then he ought 
ID have a Quajre sm^dit againO him : And after that be barb 
recovered, he (ball have a Wnt to biio who difiurbed bim, 
to put his Clerk into PofTefTion ^ or he {hall have a Writ UftCD 
the Shcri0', ro put the Clerk of hioi ^bo ic^oveted iaio^ P^fl 
Icdiooj at hh EleO^on. 

Quare Incumhrmiit, 

QU4W( imvmbrMvtt ought to be fijed in the CoviUf wkere tbe 
/ Chuich is, becaufe the Wrong \% done there. ^ ^^^ 

E And ^mn incuvthr^tuit doth noc lie but where the Plain- i7E;.|^^ 
liif rtcovereth by Judgment of Coutr* And tbe King niay 
Cut a §^»r€ ineufjtirai/it in the King's Bcnch^ aTihougb ibe ^ 

Record of Recovery be in the Common Pleas ; but a conv ^ 

,mon Petibn cannot do fo. 
P . And ^usre infumhrAvu may be Hied ir\ ihe Common Plea*, \f^. \,f^ 
although the Record be icmoved in the King'i Bench by a/or «1 
Wri! of Error, or in the Treafnry ; but if the Record be 
in .'if King's B^nchj it fccmeth thca chat she Pajty ihali fuo 
Liic ^0rt intumhrmvit there, ^c, 
p And ^skrt imurnbr^'uit is an Original Wrif^ and fhatl UTu^ 
' 0UC cf the Chancery, and noc out of tbe Common Pleas. 
H Aod Quitrt tmumhsvii doth ooc lie umil th« Party bitb 
filed the Writ of N/ Mdmittat unto the Bilbop^ ; fo* if Uic 
Btihop do incamber the Church before the Writ of tk *V' 
orjxi#/ fued, then the Party {halt have a ^jr^ ^rr^^v^i, and 
Dor ^i n ik£u ml rA -jtt : fo r t h e Bj fbop c a o no ( ha v c Not k e 
unfil the Ni aHuhUms bz dehve^ed unto birn, Ar}d if tka 
Bi^^op, after the Ht sdminat debveicd unto ciiai» do adsnit 




Qtfdre imcumhrdvit^ 

his Clf rk foe whom it is foond !>y the 7«r# ^stfrnrntm, ^ 
the otbtrPtrty thill h^^fe fy^f* imwmirsvit t^ainft htm. K\ 
in Slfuv-t imwmhsvtt he QxkW have Jud^cnt ro rtcover Qt* 
mtget, in<l tlib his Prefeotmenr. Btit lb ihitl he not hive 
in S^0rt mn Miimijtt, hut onlv Dimigei. 
. And mil K. t* it wtt a4jvidge<J, that a Min ikiU hive IL 
Si^Mrt intmnkts/yit ulthout mil&tf»g mention nf tny Kscov^cy 
in ihe Wtif^ or in the Counc< Boi hy the Rule of the Re- 
gider he ought to mention the Recovery ; ind thMi feemf to 
be the betttt Opinion. 

And ifccr the i^t M^mit^ delivered, if the fix Months ptfi» ^ 
the Bilbop msf prefeiir his Cleik foe Lipfe, and OiiU noc h« 
charged by the l^«<#r*r im^ttmhMvit for thit Prefentttioo f tec 
it fccmeth he ciomic adcnic the Clerk of the other Mtn ifter 
the fix Months pift, for that Iball be ag^ind the Writ of N# 
mdmttist deliveted unto him. And ilfo if the Billiop do prcw 
frot the Clerk of the other Patty after rhe fix Months^ wto 
liid prcfentcd unto him before, that Prcfentment tvakifch Ti* 
tic to thf Parry, although it bs after the fii Montllf f by 
which it feemeth that the 2:iitrt imu^jhAvit Ueth iben foe eb€ 

And if the Plaintiff be Nonfoit in f^^tm^r immt^mmt^ Ii€ 
may fue a ncwr S5#pf tntumhavir, ir -ry frofO 

Count upon the firft Writ- And it i% a l . Hut bm 

not incumber, &t. after the Prohibition delivered unto 

And if a Mm hath a 2<r#r/ imfMit depending, and hfl 
ft tit simittMXo the Btfliop^ and afterwards theBHliop 6ah^ 
cum^^r f Tir rhufch wirhm the u% Mmirhi with hii Cttafikin, 
or V lVndAm*s ChapUin ; then the Plaintiff fliaU 

bavc^... , .n,MMi|r4Vfr,and the toimnf tbe Wrif !*-<J^- **!clu 

tUu rti\ Ltnc. fdluftm, 5^ A. frtfr.f, $£q* f«r iie. 

Bpifc*^ futd fit iormf/i 'Jujlit ^ ficc* i^m/. ^f^imt mm lacm A. Ii 
Car. m/frj ^•r^ivi ^r^/! Jujfic f.ntfm*fH *j€ffi*f B. Pf^tfiwt^t* /•• 

ftndcmi FUeita in prjid. C«r. rirtfr/i ^^j-^ 

t m mir svit^ in f^i^ K> d^mpmum im4 m: <^ 

And if hi do nor appear at rhe Kettirn oi liu Wtic «*f J#' 
<^n»ir#t'jf , nor at the A fdf, then rhe OtfrJitg^ Olill be in f jn 
Endp /» iMj^ri ^/ ii««mi#rir. m^lftr tmi0tptmi$ mu%if,ft\ f^ i 


And if a Mm hirh a V< 
pending becwiat him a I 
pend&oc rhe Writ, the 
to the BtJhop, nor the V* . .. 

jhf of A 
(hall nof biv! 

Juris uirum. 

|llie6i(bop incumber the Church ; for the Demandant fliall 
[not recover the Prefcntmcnc upon this VVric, but the Ad» 

irfon J and if he hath Title to prefenf, he may prcfcnt^ 

I luve a SlfiMrt iwftdit if he be difturbcd. 


juris utYum. 

IVth utrum IS a Writ of the higheft Nature that a Parfon 
,^ can havej and he {hall have this Wiit whcte the Lands 
for Tenements arc aliened by his Picdcceiror, or if a Reco- 
Ivcry be had againfl the PredeccfTor by Default, or by Red> 
ditioOi or for want of Pleading of the Predecellor, where he 
hath not prayed in Aid of the Patron and Ordinary. But if 
he do pray in Aid of the Patron and Ordinary, and they join 
ifl Aid, and render the Lind, orconfcfsthc Adion, then the 
I SucceiFor of fuch a Parfon (hall not have this Writ againft 
i that Recoverce : And ilfo if a Man recover by Aftion tri- 
ed againfl: a Parfon's Lands, or Tenements, by Vcrdifl, and 
the Paifon doch not pray in Aid of the Patron and Ordinary , 
yet his Succcffor Hiall have a 7»rftr utrum^ and ILill not bepoc 
to a Writ of Attaint- 
'^ And if a Man intrude into Linds and Tenements after 
the Death of a Parfon, theSucceflbr fliall have this Writ of 
'^wrU utrum : And fo if a Parfon be dilTeifcd of Lands and 
Tenements, Parcel of his Re£tory, and di«th, his Succeflbr 
Oiall h,ive a Jnrif utrstm. 

And ilfo a Piifon may have an AfGfc of Lands or Te* 
' Dements of his Reftory, oc a Wiit In the ^oihus, in {he Na- 
ture of an AHife, or a Writ of E,ntry in the Btr^ or Cai^ or in 
the PeJ}^ upt^n a Dilfcifm made to himfelf, but not upon a 
DilTciUn made to his Prcdecelfori but ibaU be put to fue a 
jMris utrum f Sfc. 

Alfo a Perfon may have a Ctjf^'vn, if hrs Tenant who 
holdeth of him ceiFcrh, &c. or a Writ of Efchcatry, if his 
Tenant die without Heir. And by t^e Statute offViJl, a, be 
may have S^td permit tat of common Parture. 
I D Ami if a P»rfon with the AiTent of the Patron and Ordi- 
nary Jeatcth his Glcbe-Iands for Life, and the Tenant alie. 
fieth in Fee, or lofcth by Default ; it fcemeth the Parfoa 
\v!ki leafed the Land (hall have a CQnfiv}iU cafu during the Life 
of the Tenant for Life ; and afcer the Ds^ath of the Tenant 
for Life, a Writ of Emrjf ad Cawmuntm Ug^m. 
'1 And if an Abbot or Prior be Parfon Imparlbnee of a 
Church, and ali<neth the Land of the Rtftory, hi^ SuccefTor 
ftalJ hare a Jvrii Htrum xo recover the Land, and not other 
Wiit^ becaufc he (hall have ib«c as Parlbn* And 


Fmejlue, If 
Ammity ^g 

*i,ainft a 
P^^fi^j his 

have ]ofr« 
utrum u^M 

'vcry^ for 
th(f^ if ts^ 
ken OHi of 
the Pefefm 
of his Sue- 
t(pr i hut 
i* ihsTge 
enfy upm 
which jbag 
ifind hinh 

Vide 57. c; 

Vide ;o a 


Fan 4S>. 

Jftris Btrnm. 

And If 4 Mm leifetli LtntJs umo one ^ Lif^ ^nJ if 
virdi gnqteth the Rcvcriioa by Licence umo a Parfoo §15 
hii SoCCelTiKi, tnd the Ten*nc iftornttb, anJ tFfcr %h^ T<1 
runt fof Lite lofeth che Ltnd by D^ftulri or ilimerh in I 
the P*rfr>(i iliill htvc a Wti'' it C4*tjtmih tsfn, luting tl 
of the Tenint for Life, tod ifrer hii De4th he IbiU 
Wric of £af^ «i Cfmmmum Ligmt &C. 

And if * pjrfon lofc by Adion rricd, en- lofeth by Del 
fail Succeflbrifhill havet Writ of Error or Artaior 

And if a Revetfion be granted unto a Farfonand baSo 
teOba by Licence, he Ikall have a Spd Jmrm dsmsf ^ or 
the Service! of a Tenant be by Licence granted onto A Fi 
Ton and hit SucceiTors, he (hall Utvt a Prr fus ffr^itis ^ Al 
foof a Writ of Sijum nddttum reddjt, &c. 

And (b if a Parfbn be Tenant in Comnaon of a Wood, 
other Land, in the Right of bit Church «'itb another, 
rhe ofhcr Tenant do Wafte in the Wood, br Land, if€*^ 
Patfon ihill have a Prohibition ; and if he do \Vaf\e, h ^ 
have a Writ of Partition, and rhe Place wii>cd (bitl ' 
ftgned to the other Party by the Statute of f^ef, a. i»f* 
But if a Parfon be Patron of a Vicarage, and the Vic 
void, and a Stranger dorh prefenr, the Parfon fliall ' 
QjtMTt im^edit, or a Ddt-rn/t frrfiniment : But if the fix I 
pMi't, he Ihall have a Writ of Right of Advottfon, bectti 
that that Writ is gt^en only for htm who hiththe entttc fi 
and Right in him, and tJie Parfon hath nbt the fame j 6r I* 
Right it in the Patron and Ordinary. 

Nor (hall a Parfon hav^ a Writ of Rtghc S^ difdm 
nor t Writ of Cuiloms and Service*, nor an Mirj^r mM 
nor (och Writs ai are grounded upon the mere Right. 
it feerocth be may have C§Htfs ftmtsm OiiMtimu^ or { 

™^'**^ '"d fuch poiTeflbry Writs which arc grounded upon til 

And a Parfon or t Vicar (hall have a Writ of 
againd thofe trho are feveral Tenants ; and then the I 
the Writ (hall be fuch ; 

Rfjf yit %. fdhftm^ Si L. Efif(9^ di LtNld. ^^fi"- 
tfifs di E. fittf. f# /i-mr', &C trnnc/mmfn. wii, fikr. ZiC.dt mfi 
di B ^lad fat or Mm JaflU, mftrd ^^nd Weil, fsli dit^ m 
fsrmii fstrmntmt. rtctgn^ mtfam xx, siTM tiff a imm ftrtkk £i| 

'to £• I 


fint lihrrM Ehim9^M firrin. sd Eattfalm if/iut h* Mt 
fe^. CT A. 6. C. & D. mtnim itrrsmig. ^idiSnt, tf tat*. & 
p^^jT A. fMi dmm strm iwdt trntt^ B fwi §3$ »cr, rm fnuf » I 
pi fuinfMt sffs Gf mMm r§dtm indi trlut^ & 0« jai fttStg 


Juru utrum. IH^ 

j«f . Urr4 & irft ndgs itidt icntt, ^itod tunc flnt, 8fC, 

And twb Ptebendaries miy be oae P^rfon in one Church* 
and then they fhall join in i Jurii uintm \ and their WriC 
flkall be fuch : 

5/ W. ^r^hmdtrius Prd^end^ de S. ^ R. PrmUndtifHif 
ifdhmdik di I, in tccUfia Ls:i Petri Ebortc*, Ferfm. Eultji^ 
di A. ff^diBit Fr^btndis amex^t fttitint^ &c. tmnc. famm. »iii\ 
&c. ut fupr9* 

And where a Man is Patfon of the Moiety of the Church* 
^nd another Clerk is Parfon of the other Moiery of the fime 
Church, thenoQC may have a Juru $tnum, and the Writ fliall 
be fuch : 

Si W, Ptrfon. fHfditt0tlt Eedtfts di N» fictriti &C» tiOKjym, 
xht &C. f4trMm€nt9 recogn^f. utrum^ 5tc. fit litrs EUtmiffn. 
fer*in, sd mtdiitafim i^Jtut W» Ecfltjta pr^d* 4tH liberie Hit* 
mtfpt, pertin. dd mltirsm fnedigtuttm R. Perjm* altttiys mtdii* 
tstii EciUfi^ f^^^t ^^* ^"^ Dean and Chapter may have 
Jum Mtfum in Special Cafe where they are Wardens of a 
Chauntry^ thus : 

R^r Fie. Lond* fslmt. Si Dusnut & CMfitmlum Ectkfi^ 
^, iPauli London, Cuflodif Csntsri^ ad Altart kemt^e Mariie tn 
EtciiftM SsnHi Pauli Lond\ pr$ Mnimd Ric. D. 9rdimMt\ feci* 
tint V9t j}cur\ &c. turn fun, &c. de *vifn, ur^u Lond\ tjwd 
Jmt etrMmJuftii. mfirit sfudWtdm. tsii dU^ &iZ* utrumy xjr, 
J$lid, rtddit turn ptrtin. in Suhurhh London. fUt^ &c. pt^tin. 
md Camsriam ipfimm Cnftod, ad Jiltart f^^^ ^ #» Lmrum ft9d\ 
&C. & inttrim Tin. nmde rtdditut, &C. Tiftf^ &C. 
A Where a Parfon alieneth the Right of his Church with 40 E, m;. 
Warranty, and afterwards the Alienee U impleaded, and 1 H. 4* i. 
voucheth the Parfon, who entereth into the Warranty, and Qi^^<= J f. 
lofcth by Aftion tried, his SuccelTors Qiall have tjurtj mtnm ^^ ^ ''' 
of the Scifm of his Prcdeceflbr, which he had before the f\^ tutum 

»Q Atienation* And a Vicar (hall have a Juth urrKuiagainft the 13^, /Elix, 
, Parfon for the Glebe of his Vicarage, which ii Parcel of Dyer 139. 
CI ' " ^ " ■■ 


the fame Chorch. If a Patfon receive Rent or Fealty of the ^o- ^^ H. 

^ Tenant of the Land, which is tUeficd by his Predecdlar, be i^^'^ ^^^ 
i fball nor, dyrif>g his Life, have a Juris utmmi but his Sue- a/^j. ' ^ 
B cedbrsiball have Juris utrmn* lo. 

Wb I^ « Writ of Right be broujght againf> a Parfon, who 
^^ joinetb the Mifc without praying in Aid of the Patron irrf 
Ordinary, and afcei wards loferh by Default, his Succeilbr 
(ball have Juris utrum. Otbeiwife ix is if he Jofeth the Land 
by Verdi£b, as it fecmetb. 
B If a Parfon have a Chapel annexed ro his Parfonige. to 
which Chapel Glebe is appurtenant, che Patfon fball have 
Jmris ntrum of the fame* A 





K Recovery in t Qr/«^> ^linA a EWrtSn by Oeffttk flutttt 
npt bir hif SucceiTorp but h« mitfl luYe a ^iirji mirum •^lind fl 
him who recovered* ^ 

If 1 Chipiiin of a Cbtontry 1o& the Lifiii^ or hit Chion* G 
try by an Aiftfc of ^«W Difdftn, yet Itetiimftir (hiH have ■ 
'Jurit ufrufiif becaufe ch«c chic if « Writ of Right ; mud the 
Writ is fo enquire^ Wrum fit hitrm Elitmofjnm OmtsHs, 
Lduum ft^dum^ &C. H. f R* •« 
l£-T,flgorf ^^^ Pirfon or Victr (kail hive « j^W ftrmittMt m cht tf 
fumiitMS, Otiftt onIy» of his own Sciilrt, or of the Sciliii of hii? Pfe<!cccf- 
" " ' for ; and miy hive thit Qttoi ftrmittst in the N ' iij 

^^' A^fe of Al«rr^4i«r!;^7?#r^ Upon the dying fei^cd i cdt* 


In a Jurit mtrum the PlaintifF ought to be ntmed Ptffbii or 
Vicar, or fuch Name in Right of which Name he bringcth 
hiiA^ion: Far if in Ai>bot, or Biffaop, or a Dean, brirtKa 
Juru uirmm, by Reafun of the Land, which is Parcel ^sf the 
Rectory annexed co (he Bi(hoprick. or appropriated unto che^ 
Abbey or Oeanry, they ought to be named Parfont of ibtfl 
Church in the Writ. ^ 

In a /a*^** Mtrum, if the Tenant at the fir ft Di? do makt |^ 
Default, Re*fammonf fhaO be awarded ; and tf he nuka 
DefauJc ag4tn ac the Summon!^ returned , then the Jury 
IhllJ be taken. And the Tenant ihill plead in a 
■f the Temnt Ihati plead in AlTtfe of N^-j^i 
two or three Dilatori<:s to the Writ t and if it be not iaynif 
then to pray the Jury to enquire of the Pointt of tht Wttf* 

And where the JurU utrum it brought agiinll federal Tt* 
nanti by f::vcTaI Suftimon« in the Writ, it may be ukeo ^ 
gaind one only for that ParCcJ, and afterwards afubift th« 
others. But it h otherwife in an Aflifc of N*vW d^fiifm^ 
be not in ^peciaJ Cafes. 

PVrit of ConfnltatiQn, 

IF the BiAiAp dre any of the Pirinitonert of the Church 
to be contributory unto tlic Repjrationi of the Panih* 
iwffdrcir- (Jhurch, or of any Cfupel annexed tli if the Parfy 

who fu?th the Prohibition dircUci u lit r>p, fuppoTc 

Chat he ii impleaded of a Lay Fee in t' il Cciurt^ (hf 

SlOiopfiialJ have a Confultition upon r (hewrcd iq 

ihe Chancery on the Pa^t of the fiifhop, 

And fo if a Man obtain any Judgment or Sent«iie« to i he q 

Spiritual Court for a Legacy of Money, ot other ClUttelt, If 

I he £)c<cu£ors will fue a Prohibtrioii for ro delay tht Esecfi* 

fion of the Judgment, the Parry QuU hive a CotiruIciHtiii» 

% AfiJ 



agitn.u K. 
I Ka04li 
tim ). 

irKtf f. 



■ And if my Chapkfn of rbe King^f Iree CfiapeTs keepeeb 

H %ny Gmcubine, then rKe Biihop may cire him befarehimfor 

' ro puntih him : And if thcCh^pt^japurchdrc a Prohibition, 

hecturc th<: King*s free Ch«pek ou^ht not rn be vifited by the 

Bi(hop, yet upon the Matter (hewed, the Bifhoi> IbaM have « 

Confu'raHon co proceed ro correQ him by Pain corporal, and 

U norpfcuniary, 

H fU Piior «nd Convent foe in the Spttirual Court for Tifhes 
w and Mortuary, J Parfbn of the Church 'if C and an Ab- 
bot comerh into fhe Chancery, and furmifeth that 7 hotdcrh 
the Church of hti Patronage^ and that the Prior, &c. cfitm- 
eth the third Part of the Church of his ourn Advr>wfon and 
Patronage, and prayech an indicMvit^ and the Qme U grant- 
ed; now the Prior, &c. may ibew^ this Mattei in the Chan- 5^# Afttco- 
eery, and have a Confultarton* bcctyfechatin the Statuieof *iClcri, 

»Arti(%ii c/iTi it is contained, that in Dirmes and M^»rcoarics, ^^P* *• 
when under thefe Names they tie propofed, there i^ no Room 
fnr out Prohibitiriii. 
If a Prior fueth in the Spirttntl Conrt for the Moiety of 
fbe Tithn of four Pbugh-ltndi, which he claimech ai ap* 
pertaining unto the Church oF N whereof he b a Parfon 
Impiffbnee, which are not of the Value of the fourth Pare 
of the Churchy if the other purcharech an Inditsvit^ futmU 
ling^ that they are of the Value of the fourth Part ; he who 
hlued in the Spiritual Cf>utt (hall have a Confultation to pro^ 
Ceed, dftmmoii^ nvn agttmr de AdvHstime slitJijut f^irsis EtJ^JU^ 

j dtrfm Pnhihiiivnt nm 0i^Jf0nte. 

■i If a Man promifc unto another with hif Daughter in vide 44. t. 

m Marriage 10/. by Rcafon whereof the Party marrieth hii 14 £.4.^/ 
Daughter, if he who promifeth the Money will not pay the »7 £.4- ^* 
Money, he fliallbc fued for the fame in the Spiritual Court; ^^^' ^^9' 
and if he purchafe a Prohibition^ the ofher Ihall have a Con. ^^ft-^ 
fultarjon : And if he who promifeth the Money diech, yet ''^ ** j 
the Husband who mirried his Daughter may fue the fiiecu* 
tms for that Money, or the Executor of his Executors^ ia the 
Spiritual Court. 

A And if tfiy of the Parifiiioners do diOurb any Parlbn or 
tricar to catty his Tithes by the ufml Wayi and Pafragcj, 
the Parfoa may fue in the Spiritual Court for thl* Diftur- 
bance ; and if the cKher fue a Piohlbidon upon the Matter 
ftewed, he ihall have a Confulration, 

^ If a Parfon or Vicar have a Ponfion out of another Church, 

'* iod the Penfion is kirpt from them, and another Paifon taketk 
and ctaimeth the fame ; the Parfou or Vicar who ought co 
liave^ eke Penfion may fue for the fame tn the Spiritual Court. 

N And 

And fo if 1 Piffi>n, ©r Victr, tn Miftcr of 4n Hc) , 
Ibe for i Pefifitm tri t^c S{»intu»1 Court » wUrch they am! 1 
Prrdtrceflbf^ htve hid Time one of miitd, ^t, if the otbi 
Firry pdrchafe % Piohibicicn upcHi Hit Mirt«r flxewcd^ 
fliiU hivt a CenluJ'ition : And y«t ie rcemrrh, thtt u|ion tl 
• Ptr(cTi|>tiofi h^ may mtimain t Wm of Afmuiiy at flit ^ 
Common L«w, bur the Time ii in his Elcdion. Bur If be 
otict ftic 1 Wf ft of Annuity it the Commod Law foe fht 
fame^ znii tlecltre ihcrt upon the Prefcriptionp tbtn be Ckall 
not jfteiwartii fuc tn the Spit irtialCoutt for that Aimiiaqr 
in the Ntmt of a Penfion ; and if he d<v ic fofmch m 
Parry may have a Prohibition aj^iinil him. 
|IH.^* !?• And a Parfon fnty fue in tho Sptiitual Court t SpoViiri* 
cm ag*inft •nother for taking of his Tirhet, or fot takitvg 
of any Ptntion tvhtch doth ippertain to hit Church, al* 
thoitgh they clami bv feveral Pitrons^ and of their fevtnl 
Pr^fcntmenti : Hoc this u inrended only where the Tube> 
tnd Pfofi'i t*ken and fpoited do roc amoani vmo the 
VMb %€, A. fourth Part of the V«(oc of the Church ; for if thcf claim 1 
fn'erat P»tr<m»5 and the Tithes, Profit** or Pmftocii^ aina 
onto the fbutth P*tt of the Church* then rlie Parry 
Dial] hire an lndit^%Hf^ bccanfe rhc Title of the 
IIR^. 19. doth cotnc in dchare^ ^f. But if rhry claim by onei 
/ir mkiri fame Patron, and of hi* Prefemmenr* then one Parfm-l 
\§Ih Tifbt have a SpoUation in the Spiu^ua! Coart ■gaiod fh« o( 
I^m!^ ^f' akhongh the Profit* do amount unto a fnunh Part, at i _ 
in^^tflm '*^*^^ ^*'^» ^^ ^^^ Moicry of tlw Church, becaufe the Title" 
1^ tf ntf^f Pationage comet not in debate; and if a Pvoiiibittca bi 
S^iMiTn, fued thereupon, thcPjfty fhall have Confultttion. 

If a Mm have htxSliefa hin^ and feeding for one Vear B 
tn 1 ParHh. the pArfort ot the Pari(h may fge tn tbeStiiri* 
tttal CotiTt for Trr4»c of Wool of thofe Shee^ ; and if the 
P^rfy ftjc 1 Prohibrfiof , h* (hall havea Confufrarion. 

And noct, rhat Confalfation ChatI be f noted md dti^fM I 
to the Patty htmfelf who f<jod in tlis Spiritust Court, riut 
he do nor p oceeil in hiv Sutc there; and alfo be may have « 
Conftiltitian direded nnro the JiKlf b, ctitnmatidleng htm to 
pfo:erd there, r^o - -' '^ nling rh« Pmhtliirion afivvCii^, 

And the Parfor • rhc Etocutnts of hh PMeciil | 

for in the Sptrtnisi i_ njer tor the Dilapidattont, ood for tjkkt 
S^»m of Money which isl>*und bv rhc Boque4l charged by 
r Ofdtotfy, that tn >arlon« do ameunr n 

lefjrne: And iftK s ftK a Probibirkm, 

r^ay u»ho fufd fn the Spiiitual Cofiff ftiU ba««t 

iakatlon dtre£M ta the ^me^ Otp, la 





mnothft Confulfiitioa direfled fo him to fue i$ bcfivre. 

And if a Mm doth detain his Tithes for his Shrtp, which 
jrc in the Ptnlh, tnd there feeding for hilf a Year, if he 
iie, the Pitfon may fue his EtecmoM for thefe Tithes 
in the Spirirual Couff, tnd fliall have a Confultarton, if the 
Esrecutofs foe a Prohibition, And the Parfon by Prefcripri- 
on may claim rhc Tfrhc of Calvci and Kine, and Milk of Cat- 
Ce! fecdin|» in the Parifli, from the Fcaft of the Holy Ttini- 
ey , amo the Feaft of Saint Ffttr^ which is faid 4^ vfnttda ; & 
ttm^ Ltm. PHvatitntis dt Ovihtu ParfichUmrum fnirum^ o{* 
eifif 4$ m^riintittit # /ir/» S. Mich, ufqui ntl fffiam FdCzhmJin-* 
fvlk snMk ; i? D:dnu Millit & Cers prtvtnitnf . de Anhm tf 
mtveU Apmm ntfra Hmites PsrochU fvn ; and miy fue for them 
in the SfrifTtual Court, and (hall have « ConfulCarioni if h« 
be difturbed by Prohibition. 

And a Mm may fue in the Spintutl Coort for t Legacy : 
Where a Man devifcth MrU^ Eccltfi^ lo t. &t* the Parfon 
may fue the Executors for the fame in the SpirituaJ Coortf 
d'tf. md may fue the Executors in rhe Spiiitual Court foe 
rhc Tithes of Mill* due by theTcftator in his Life-time. And 
fo a Vicar may fue in the Spkicna! Coa»t for the Tithe 
0f Beans and Oats, ariiing within cei tain Limits wirhin hil 
PariOi. And fo he may fue^r* Otvimis fimm^ii ^nyvfnitntibm 
dt h^fio /W ; fir pre puffsnis prrutfiiint, di ttiMitio fu» \ iJ* pr$ 
BiUjrQ, C*/ftf, & LMBUmie, ttmptre hjtmali. But it feemech 
the fame ooght to be by PrefcnptToa* And it was agreed 
before the King^s Councit in the Parliatnent hofden at S4/i/- 
hwry^ ^uod CaftifiittMtitmt /<ri dehtBm ii Jt^VM l^uM^ (9 mn ok* 
fsntf qmd nm nmvmtmr per Annum ^ 

A Mm mty fu« in the Spirimal Cotirr, where anothcti7H*8« ifV 
Man doth defame him ts a Falfifier, ia Adulterer^ oi an 
Ufarer, &c 

And a Parfon, or other Pricft, may fue in the SpiriruaJ ^^H. 7, if, . 
Court, foL laying violent Hands upon him, &c, to have him pcvCwnfta* 
Eieommeoge, nt to have corpof al Punilhment, but not to ^^^^ gj^ 
have Amends there. 7H. V i« ' 

Where a Piinr fueth a Parfon lO the Spiritual Court [jt.] 
^t$ dusbus pMrnhf Dccimsrum pr^vtnient, of the Demefnes of 
T. whereof the Pirfon hath fpoiled the faid Prior, for which 
the Parfon purchafcth an Indic^vit in the Chancery, fur- 
mi (Ing that rhe Tithes do amount unto the fourth Part 
ifthe Vih)e of hi« Church, and that the King is Patron 
rfjereof, by Rcifon of the Wardftiip of an Infant in th« 
Kng'i H*nd5; by R^afon whereof the Prior cometh into 
the Chancery, ihd Ihtwcth there th*t the Tiihcs do not 

N a amount 

f serf iff 




atmminr ooto the fbatth Part of rfi< Vtlae of thi ditifcl^ 
and hitH a Writ direfted onto the Bl&op to certify tbe Kmg 
io»o fhc Chioccry the Vifuc of the Chprch which tK* P*r- 
foil hoMcrh, «n«l the Value of the Tithes demaiided b> tb< 
Prior, If the Grihop by hii Lertert ceitify fer tbt Pftor» 
then the Prior Qiill have a Coofulution. And & ieftemetll 
by thii VVrtf, that wherein Indnm-vit tifdtdp ^t the Kiftf 
(hall be ceicihrd by the Btlbop's Lerten upon a Writ di* 
rtdfd to tbe Btfbop, what ii the Value of the Chorch, bih] 
it|b what is the Valoe of the Tkhes demanded to the Spi« 
tttual C'urt, befote a Conrulration fijal) be granted : Ami 
it fceoif to be a good Kute, and a good Order, fo a« no Par* 
ty fiiifl be deceived ; And this Certificate of tbe Biihfip flialt_ 
bind the Party vo fay or aver any Thing agttnA it. S^^IH 
Confultaeion fbaU be granted upon the Certilicate rcmtftcj^ 
&€, but DOC w it hff ending that^ if it be onto the fborth Part 
b J. S. of I he Value of [he Cmuch, the Party may fiii ft Writ of 
'f'»^'" Right tifTithcf, ^i. 
tb9i\m ^f If a Bifhop mike an Order, that the Parfoo of foch a A 
ihiUtUt:^' Church (ball yearly piy onto the Abbot of B. and hbSlK* 
nr, If E. !• ceilbr^ two Paitt of the Proiits of the Church in fheNi 
Utlagary^- a yearly Penfion, and that the Parlbn before he tmwi ^ 
fi»^** fcHion of the Church take an Oath fo to do, for whtcIT 

Parfon fueth in the Court of R^mr, and obraineth a DtStgj 
diiefled unto the Eifhop and hii Officers, to rtptd the Or^ 
der, &i. Now if the Abbot fueth a Prohibition apoo this 
Matter, the Parfon fliall have a Confultatimi. 

If i Ltyman will not make hit Oiler ingi at Dayi limind B 
CO the Pariihtoner« ro^fier^ or will not coofefs himfetf oolo 
bit Coiire. or receive the Sicrament of our LordJelbiGhrift 
of hit Curate, by Reafon whereof the Curate dtcth lod 
(tieth htm in the Sptrirual Court for the fame: If he mi* 
cbaie a Prohibition, &t. upon (hewiog the MAlter, ft WoiK 
foltation (hall be granted. 
^^ ^ If the Churchwardens of ftny Church have ofrd Timt oic C 

Tkrirl:^?*- o^ Mind to receive yearly of one of the TenciiMari of dit 
tity m thi PariO) a Pound of Wax to matntaia the Taper b«fot« chi 
Cructtix in the Chuf ch| and he who if now Tenant of ct| 
Tenement refafeth to pay this Wax^ &t, there the Churcl 
7 K. 6 10 '^**^J*'^* "''y ^^^ *" ^^^ Spiritual Coorr for the fame ; And \ 
XX fi ;, 17 , ke r>btain a Prohibition, Cinfoltation ihall be granted. 
$9L^i/ If a Man be condemned in the Spirtetiil Court 
11 ti 7. ax. Caufe of Defamition, for which he appcaieth umo 
Cou(t of Lsnter^urj, &c, Mid there thf Sentence ia^" 
fifuiedy and the Party condemned ia twaoty Si 



iti f0 

hK V 12* 


in all 


■ — \ — ~ 

■ Conp^ltam* 

^o(h» wid the Caiifc remitced umo the Judges before 
whom It was tirft commenced, by Reafon whereof he who is 
idemncd fucth a Prohibition ; the other Pirry ftall htvc 
kConfulrarion. If a Parfon doth detain Ft cm rhe Pafifhio- 
trs ehc Goods of the Chwrch» and in his Wilf he etijoinerfa 
if Executors to dclivct them aoto the Parifliioners j the 
lftii(hioners miy fue the Executors in the Spiriruj] CourC 
them ; and if they fue a Prohibitton, the Parilhioncn 
bafV have i Confultartofi ; and thh Confultarton may be 
ed by any of the PariQiioners who wil! fue in the Spiri. 
il Court, rf the BiOiop or hi* Official cite any Man lt)r 
jm% violent Hands upon any Cierk> &c, if he fue a Prohi- 
PHoni the other may have t Confaltation ; Dummfdo ii^irjir^ f 51 K* 

If a Man m Time of the Vacancy of a Parfonageor Vica* 
Ige will not pay his Tithes, and the Ordinary tx effjgst cite 
10 pay them» &c- if he purchale a Prohibition, the other 
all have a Confultation granted unto him* 
If an Abbot and Convent are bounden, by Reafon of any 
rdinance kwfu1}y made, to iind four Chaplains to (ing 
ftich a Church or Chaptl for the Souls of fuch or fuch^ 
[id if they fiil to find them, they bind themfclves in divers 
aim and Cenfureft and if they fail in all or in Patt to find 
fChaplaini, they have granted that the Dean of Sglhm 
rff or bis Official, flial] interdift cheir Church, and fo hold 
It until they have fatiiiied, &{. fat which the Dean or his 
Ifficial, f* Offith, cite the Abbot and Convent to find the 
Id Chaplains, &c. if they fue a Prohibirion, the Dean Of 
licial fhi]} have a Confultation in that Cife. '^ 

If cbe Ordinaries do forbid the Friars, that they fhaU not 
ir Confcffions, nor they thall not admit any one to be ba- 
in their Church, and fue them in the Spiritual Court for 
Caoft J if the Friars purchafe a Prohibition, the Ordi* 
j^flitll have a Confuttatiori. 
^If a Manfueth in the Spiritual Court for taking and dc- ^^^ j^ j^^ 
Umtng from him his Wife lawfully married unto him, if 
\ other fue a Prohibition for the fime, he {hall have a Con- 
Itatton, fofafmtich as for Reftitution of his Wife only he 
I, Cr, And yet he may have an A£kion at the Common 
iWy Df UnoTi Mifduii* turn hmk vin, or an A£lion of TreP 
afs for raking the Wife as it fccmeih. 
And a Pailon Ihall fue for a Penfion of forty Shillings ill 
'the Spiritual Court, whereof the Houfe hath been fcizeJ 

time out of Mind, and Oial) have a Confultation tbcreMpoOi 
a Prohibition be fued, &(f •,-? 

N 3 If 



If t Mm rtcovfff In thM Sptrinul Ccmtt in t Cmft of Oi» 
fjlMCm Ofti, Im (UH fue thete for tbeCodb^^aoJ if tbf ^ 
ocber fdeiProhtbifiofi, he QnH Uavw • Coafattmcm. 
I And if a Mtn have cisvportt PuntAmuit in tht SptriEuml ' 

U" C«ttTC for A Caufe of Ddimatiaoi or for Uyuif of vieJeoc J 
HtQiJt upon aCtefk, ifc, if fl>« PAriy will rcdtcm hi» Pc« 
fiance, and protmfe to pay unco ibe ratty a ccrfaki Sum 
for hit Daisugcf, ^/. tf after he will fiot pay the Mooqr 1 
uutn the Party, the Party daomiHcd may fu< foe the famr]^ 
iri !he Sj^tiiruai Court ^ and if the oihn Paity puicbaA m,\ 
Prohibtf ion, he (kaU have a Gm&ltatlon* ^ i 

Ifa Patfon for an Offence have Judgment to be dcprgv«d| 
in I be Spiritual Ceurt, and the PatroB dorb prefcnc anocfaer 1 
Pai fon unro rhe Otdtnary» «bo foctb the iif A Padon io tbt 
Spitinial Coo ft bfcaufe be will not void the Cbttrth, hut 
dmod hifpfelf by Appcali, or other Matters, C^c. now tf (M 
fir0 Paifon purchafe a Pfobibttion, the other may foe « 
Ctrnfuttition^ or without any PrDbibition fued by th« fiift 
Pacfon, the Parfon may fue a Writ in the Cb^acet y onto 
the f^piiirualJudgCp to proceed in the Spirixtial Cotm ttpos 
iht Cauff of Deprivation and Dtfabtlicy. ^ ^ 

Upon a Legacy given to any Order of Ftitff, ibff Quyfl 
fue die Executors in the Spiritual Court fof the liflXM. And "^ 
if the ExecotOTf purchafe a Piohibition» tbey oMy bairt « 
Conlulcafion upon the Matret (bewed^ &e, M 

If Fdcrf, Of orh«r Peif^ns whacfnever, fue tn tht Tp'Ti M 
rual Court for a Legacy, and have Proceff agaioA OfbwmyB 
WirDcAei in ihtt Caufe ^ tf the Witnetfe^ viU fiK a Prott^ 
bition farmjftng ih*t they are fued a^aial) their Wilif m 
0&i»jifdtin, in fjif Spiritual Court, Cr. yet he or ibty fo 
wumi the Dcvife is made fiiaJl faaYe, upon cbeMwfi ilicw* 
id» a ConfuieacioQ* 

And noff , that the Juflicet of tbe King*! Beocb may 
grant a Confuharion of Tithes ai well as rbc Cbancallpr^ 

And when the Juflicet grant a ConfuUatioo of Tiibci of 
Spoliation^ tbey make the Libel indorfed in focfa Itannet; 

ikmww RcM mm kska agm^ttu im iw* iuMsfitm d^^ 
$f0(isti0m Detimsrmm, tfusirmtt dt "Imrg Pstrtntt. frm d^ ^$U 
'im^iitm D turner nm mm misim^. And fo they givr noPomtg 
by the Indorimem i and t^e Rule ui the R^jdAsr it by tlwfe 

Aii^ tb)f the JuOicei Cyd, Tb^ llcbca (hall not b« bm 
of fuch Tbing» which jncteafe from Y^at to Years i«d^ 
that by cbc Majvuic pf Mm : 9lK tbft h agiirUl the Uccrt^^ 

I And! 

I Confultathn. 119 

V AndtUtheJonices irc igalnft a ConfuTritlon n\ aCiurci7H.S ^^^/&J 
■ of Dcftmition, bccaufe. h fcmif, he may hivc bis Aaioo?V*''^''"' >f 

f Al 

I tc Common Liw for tht Umt DcfimaTion' i"(unon 7. 

Alfo of Coals, or of Quarries, or rhc like, a Manlhall nor HlcgUUrjf, 




pay Tith«, nor of Atiiflmfnr, becaufc that he payetb 
Tirbej for the Cattcl which feed m the PafforfS. ' 

And alfb they fay, rhat properly a Conrulucioft ought 
AOt to be granted, but in Cafe where a Man caanoc recovtr 
It the Common taw m iHe King*s Courts. 

And if the Bifhop crte a Man ex Offia^ for to appe*f be* 
fore his Offccrs for Fornication, &e. or fuch JJkc Offcoces, 
tnd the Party dcfcndeth himfclf by Appeals, or fucb oflur 
Delays and by fuing a Prohibition unto the JpiutuJ 
Coort, and afretwards he waves the D.Jays, a'nd fubaiits 
Wmfelf to the Judgment of the Spiriroar Court, and, they 
Delay TO proceed in thcfc Caufes for thrVcjurion ami Delays, 
ttid the fuing ff the Prohibition which the Party had be- 
fere; then the Parry fbaJI have a Writ directed unto the 
Spirittialjudges^ that thfy do proceed f-i tafu thf^^nattoMii md 

fi ^uod quicquid in \%ris f!9(lri R ujW v^/f^a/ Wi- 

If the very Patron prcfcnt an ^blA Pe rofi to the Ordi* 
nary, and the Ordinary rtfufetb. him, and afrerwardjt k 
Difturb'er pVtfenteth «nrt> theOrdinify another Ptifqj; ui^ 
to the fame Church, and the Odi nary doth admit, inftifUffl, 
tnd indufthim, and afterwards the ^ery Patron rec^vs|r.ft|i 
hiJ Prcfcntmenc againfl the Oiiluiber; for which Caufe the 
Prcfcniee of the very Patron fuctb the PftfeDfce of t% 
Diftuiber in the Splrhoal Cnyrt, to avojd and remove bioi!; 
filf \vhich Caufc he fccth a Prohibition, &c now the Pre* 
fentee of the very patron flial! have a ConfuTfition unto 
I he Spiritual Court to proceed in chat Cafe, dn. Bu? fir ft (he 
Record in the Common Picas ought 10 bt certified into the 
Chancery of the Recover*, or cif the Compoficioo there 
made of the Title of the Fcefcntmenf, before the Confulta* 
tioti (hatt be granted^ 

If the Tenant* or Poffrlfbrs of any Lands or Tenements 
within any Panlb have uUd to find a Chaplain to fay Pi- 
Vine Scwice in the Parifh Chcrch, C^^ time out of mirid, &c, 
and afterwards they wi(hdra\v, and will noLfind fuch Chap- 
lain, &c, then the Parfon and Piirifhioners fliall fue agaioft 
them in the Spiriroal Court, for to find fuch Chaplain »n the 
Church : And if the Tenants or Prflr:irot.s of the Land fue 
a Prohibition of the Matter fbewed in Chancery, the 

N 4 Patfon 

fjilerjf, fl 
Ditrocs <MV 



tktkm «nd Pir;{KIonert fbaVI h«ve i Coi>rulrfttioffi to ptocnA^ 
mod by fijch Wordi : Tcliif ^^f^smus^ f^i in tsufs tts fi*. 

imm fumttm mHt^fi^nt ft^trfhUnii hmjmjmtdt tttirm, 6tC, tmf*m w/ 'gifttr^ Itiitt f^9udf*, ii uUtwiiig fsun pm$r»m 
ftmd sd f$rum EttUfUfttcmm mufrttit perttmrtf J'3* ^nhtkitimr 
U^rs, pu j/^f^# sits V9if*f in (Mufs fr^d. imftfitrwm diTg«w£^ 
'wmikjfsmt, he. 

And if tr be ifter Time ofMemofy^ vl^, in theTiiataf 
, R, t tnd before the Sratutt of higrtmmn, liic P«rlba ind 

[14.} PtriOuonen flittl hive fuch Suit for « Chimry, &u And if 
« Pat Ton and PATtfhino^ri fue one fuch Teniae and PoUefibr 
of the Landi to 6ad fuch ChipUifit &^* ^<) he fuc to Iih 
hlbrtton fiom « be Court of Csnte^hitrj ; or appeal unto chf 
Couft of C^ftitrtmi^jf or make fuch fuhcft Dettyi in the 
Court of CMmefhmrf'^ then the Piifon ind Partiliioiiert (h$U 
have a fpcciat Writ imro the Archbilhop and htsOfficcfi ; 
SltiMd in ttfu Cf Pf$njfu f^ad, e^mm tm^if in Cur. CiOt. vtrtmiw 
^fpill§ti99M frsi ^Wmn, fffjriiiwf mi CtmtMr. j.V dt^^tmm 
fist am ttdiuert fstitnd\ sd dihtMm fmtiumum ^trnfimt fmktrm* 
Bi^nii huJMfmsdi iidrm, &e. im^mrikf, ^ im^wn. fm^imd ^ tST mi 
dSism Imtititsm in ifjum Utsm^ fi riti dtMuB* fmr\ h» fmf^ 
$irt firman^rt {Mtund, f<r *\i%t spfMr^ ritt p^Hidtrt, &" mitwnm 
fscere ^iUrttkf ike, Ji^M Prtkik, mfir0 nm tkftswti. 

If a Man devife an Ox or a Cow unco tbc Cborch far 
Reparation fhe>reof, or for the Churchy ard, tad be ivl» 
h4< h fhe Cow or the Oi will noc dcJtver the ftm* unto the 
Chutchwardens ; then ihe Ordinary tx •gUi^ or the Churcli* 
Wderii mty cite him. and fue htm for the der«inin|( of tb« 
Co«r Of 0)t ; And if the ohct Party fue a Prohibition, tho 
Chu chi^a dm 0)a!l have a Speciil ConfttlttTion. y^U S^m 
ntf.^mut^ fn«d im tsfn f*4t^ fMS^twut *d nfitiittm^m tifiim 
Utirdtsms di tigmf* p'^s/'^ tw f$rms ffni^ m€ ^mismCsmmimm 
fidem imp$mndr pf§ d'tmunu ft^Mia* ttf^m 'v^kt t0m''mm9m 
agit^r, i. f, p^tcidtr*, & uttirlm fMCirt pttifiiit fu^d Ji /tnMB 
Eat /idjl.£um^ See Pththtimi mfr^ ma •hfisnu. Andifht 
u ii: not proctetl upon thu^ they may fue an AtUchmadt, 

And in many Caiei a Man {hit) have t Spaeial ConCiki* 
tion. As, if • Parfcm fue in theSpititUAl Court for T< 
of gfMcTrrei uhich pafs rhe A^c of ao Veari^ and a 
h]% Libel by the Nama of Stl'vs t^dms ; now cbe Paity 
ftcw tn the King's Bench, or tn tht Chancery^ that the Tro^ ^ 
were ^reat Trees above rkc Age of 20 Years ^ and itpon clik I 
Surmifc he (haU have 1 Specul CoflfuiUtioqii m;i ptoce«4 as ^ 



Breve de f^i LdiiM remcvthda^ 

W fn^di idduj^t ind not of other Trees wh'cb tre ptft twenty 
Yctrs growth, or the Age of twenty Yean. And fee the 

L Statute for the fame, AnnA 4 J £. 1 cap^ 3 i. 

w U • Min have a Chaptl within his ^fano^ whfch is « 

V donative CHauntty, or prercntable, and the Chaplain hftth 
dfed to hive the Tifhcs arifing of the Demeans of the Ma* 
oor Time out of Mind, &i* No^r if a parfon (in whofe Fariik 
tbii Chapel i^ fu^^h the Lord of the Manor, and alA 
cKc Chaplain in ihe Spiritual Court, for the Tithes of the 
fame Manor, they ftuli have a Ptohibition» &c, beciuff 
the Advowfon of this Chapel may come unto the King by 
WardQiip or Efchcat, &€. And then the Parfon within wfaoie 
PatiOi this Manor and Chipel h , fliaf! have 4 SpecUI 
Writ of Sdrt fadat againftthe Lord of the faid Manor, and 
alio ag^infl the Chaplain, returnable in the Chancery at % 
certain Day, if they cm lay ariy Thing wherefore a ConfuL 
tatioo ihallnoc be granted, and the Writ of Prohibtrion re> 
Toked and repealed i and further to do ii the Court ikall 
award in that Cafa, And in the End of the Writ&all be 
£1 hm^iM ibi mmins ttrutn per qmn ti fan futrk^ &c, d* ^ 
Brr%ff, &f. Which Writ appemreth in the Regifter, in the 
End of the Writs of $igntf£0vi(. 

Breve de Vi Laica removenda^ 

T^ HIS Writ d* Vi Lshm rtmnvtndm Heth as well upon a 
^ X Surmife made by the Incumbent, or by him that is 
grieved, &c. wiib'^ut any Cerriiicate thereof m*de in the 
Chancery by the Bifliop, ai upon a Cert ificace thereof made 
in the Chancery by the Bilhrp. 

And when the Biftiop makes Certificate into the Chancery 
^of the Force, then the Form of the Writ is fuch ; 

Rix f^it. Ltnc\ fsiutim, M rtfuifokn. ^imrskiHi PMtrk 
Lincoln* ^pifi^pi, tiki prmifmut^ sfMd tmntm Vim L*issmt 
f H^ fi feint in £(iUji0 di h ftg drntju^ ad ptrturksndmt ifjitm 
Mpffifpum^ ijin minm $fficium juum SpiritusU in Eidtfim iBs 
tMircen p«J/it, fnt dihnmi sm^vtM ^h tsdtm, &c And he 
fitall ha^e an Jli^, and a Flnrits^ and an Attatbmtnt againft 
rhe Sheriff, direQ«d unto the Coronets, if he da not ferve 
or return the Writs. 

And if the ICing do collate unto any Prebend of any Bi* 

f Qiop come to him by Title, and the BiOiop make refiflance, 

tbic the King s Prefentee cannot have the corporal Poffelfion 

thereof; then the Writ fhall be direQed unto the Sheriff, and 

|b«il be fuch : 

trsctfimui tiU^ ftnd cmmm Vtm l^iimn fiu Mfmm^m }«f# 


Plow, ctm* 

Scire ft- 
ciis; km 


Old Na.Br. 
3? Cent. 
»nd Mar- 
' -* in hit 

l*» Breve de Vi Lsied remwenis. 

ft ttmi im iiSs KuIfJUt ^l dtm'wiit ndtm mrmwit, ii„ ^ 

mfirsm Ht Oim. im^ ftrfwr^d*\ fwi 4JMttiwr mmmHm il Hfm 
dim ; & fi fit§f in %u fmfif r4f]ttnta imvtvtfritf ##/ p€r twf^m 
fks sttsihitf, is iM fttfimm mfirs fs^v* tu/t^ s t , iis ^md nt kmm 
ff4t (frim Wt^h in OBsii' SsnBi Hll* 5fC- liiuail^j*/, &C» mi 

fit Ikmfm* ttrmm ^uft mttstbisvifu^ & Jk: Brtv€* Arid rhif 
Writ if P% LsitM nmtvfnds mvj be made remmibTe , or fioc 
dftumtble, it bU Pleafure who wiM fue iht Writ; ta4 
le may be rtrumed inro che Common Plc«s tt wcU u iilM 
tile King's Bencb. 
[if J And nott, thit by tMt Writ the Sheriff oogbt iwe to 
remove che (ncombent who if ir\ Po(^on of the Cborcb, 
wbether the PotTcilion be of rishc or wrong, but onfjf 'Ibr 
Co remove rhe Force, ind to luiKr the Incumbet^t m to 
tnioy cbe Pofledion: And if the Sheriff do amo^e* oc vouti 
put out cbe Incumbent who ii in PoilcfHon^ rhc Inonnbeiit 
hull have 4 Writ dire8:ed unto the Sheri^ ci)mm«iidb£ 
him that be do not poc him out \ and if he hith p Jt bim 
(mft that without Delay be mtke him amendi r And if be do 
^ not To do, the Parry mty htve an AUtt^ and /*»Wi^/, and At* 
each men r a gain n the Sheriff. And the Form of rheWtii ik , 
§^t lst€* rtm9v$ndst without rbe Certificate ii tuch : 

ftw ffism 0rmMt0m j^ ^a^ fi tmt i« FrAimdt ii E' iml 

S4dffs diCiU^Mt • V ffrTur^and', fni id turn* mmm* 

^m th tBJti & liifmf nin rijtjiijfi, imimirli in kMfmrtu rm$ 
sfitmf, tumm fn^ttm. ffft C$m, tutf (I HiCtp fmrit^ tts sffmkm^ 

ffrtWfW»t9^\ &C. Ut fmf''** ■ 

And the Foim of the CerriRcare of the Bifliop tt fiidif^ 
gxit2intsjjt*rt9 Prineifl & D*mim /«#, Dtmimt Henri C: Dsi 
fwMfis^ 5fC W, fftmijpmi iijftns BW. Afchirfifctfrnt^ A^ ^ 
frimsf^ fmlmirm In t§ ftr ^mnm Rega rrgnmit ^ i^mSmftk f^Wm m ■ 
CtlfimfinI Vfpf^ l^'Jt'je wttam fsdmm fi^ frafmiif^ f«## fM^- , 
4m, /#/ttfiJ f9£ immemm''it ff0inim Chmi%ti T im Eitt^fm dk 
C. mfi'S Dm c*n0nifi fih c^Hsis, fMitm A MHfn»md§ iimlt Um 

frsjfiduium tmftiiumi t^ firtU^$£Mi : Tuitm Exuikmrui T^ 

kmnliifT (u^fUimmtti, ^«^r/ji«f sd ksnt *ti/ni & f^rfi^tm i 

mf$dt mmtvmd trscktum r^gslis f*ttntts f$litm irsti* ^^^ttMh^- 
^ iwhrniiw. Chrt'/tt 
Ukrist EuiffisC 

r:fft7t9 ;'i: fy 

*^prnm rr^Timtt. fUjtitwmt^ fff 



^p. M^rit of IVuJie. 

C ^*|pH E Form of the Writ of Wafle againft Tctiint in Dow- I 

X^ er doeh vary from the Form agtinft orher Tenants ; I 

for tbe Writ of VVaOe againil Tenant in Dower is fnch : fl 

Rix ytt\ &c. Si h.f^enttttfitur*^ &C- tune fnm, per hmt J 

Smm, B. f Kjf /«;> njefir C. tfmd Jtt {9tam 7«j7if« mftrts §fnd H 

Weft. i« quimJm Tfm', Q^tnf* qu^re fecit f^*flum^ 'VtmiitiQntm^ H 

difiruBimtjn, & txtUum in terris^ dnxikm^ hfiis^ gtrdinis^ <► ^ 
h^mimbus^ ^u^ ttmt in d^ttm dt h^rtditMti pr^d. A, in N, Jfd 
txkitT(d*ti»n€t38, 6c c- And in fhit Writ he doth not rehear fe 

the Scirute vrhich gave the Writ cf Waftc, nor the Writ fl 

of WaAe ag:3in{i the Goardimi becaufc they were pcrniflit* fl 

We at tbcCoirmcnLaw, before the Sratute, by Prohibiri-^ fl 

on ind Attachment thereupon, tf they did Waf^e. And ex- M 

ilim^ in h^mimhui fL^\\ not be put in the Writ of Wafle, W ^ 

the Tenant in Dovrer^ or other Tenant, do not mLfdfe the jfl 

ViJlaini of the Manor, by reafon whttrof they depart from ^| 

the Manor^ or frcim their Teourei ; and if they do, then I 

it 1$ WaOe, And in a Writ of Wafie againft Tenint for Life ■ 
or Ye^ri. he <hall recite the Statute in futh Form : 

SUM rii\ &c* Si A^fiCir. ufuttr\ Scc* tuncfum, B, &C. quitn 

ium dd nmmtmi etnfiisQ rtgni mjln Ang^ frroif^m fit^ fwd *M 

wm Uitmt ^licui VMpitm^ vendttionefttf ffH dffhttBjmtem fsttrf im V 

i$rrk^ domihut^ kcfcis, Jiu garditm ; idem B. de terrii^ d^mthmJ ~ 
C^ gMfdtMts in L< f» ^ ftddiO, A' (i dimijiff dec, feci$ Fsftum^' 

And if an Abbot bring a Wiir of Wafte afat nil Tenant 
in Dower^ the Writ IhaU be: Ofttnf quMrt fftit f^^tflum iwzpl. j, i % 
tffrii^ &C» quss (iMti in doftm d* jurt Eicltjt^ '/J^> t^d txh^- 
TtdMiwmm Eeciejtd fu^^ &cc* And ihill not fay, di hareditstt £t ?. M«* 
iffm A^tt\ nor md txhdttdstitnm iffim AUat\ Itt. Bat if Dj/ci 119. 
the Heir bring a Writ of Wailo againft the Tenant for Ufis 

of hi* Anctftors, thea the Writ fliaK fuppoR that the Te,- ■ 

nant holdtth di h^rtditjttt, &c. and thdt the Wa(Ye is done md ifl 

fxh^tdiftiancm fnani,Uc. and thit they have made WaOe of 9 

Lands tbey hold in Dower of the Wife^ yet the Hosband JB 

doth not hold in Dower. ^ 

And the Writ of Wafte {haU be alwayfs brought againd ^ 

the Tenant In Dower, or Tenant by the Courteiip, altbotigb I 

they hdve granted over their Etlatcs unto others. ^^t 

If the Hmband make a Feoffmenl of hi! Lind, or a 'W 

Stranger dotb abiite after tht Death of the Husband , or I 

diQeifcth Che Hu&band in hii Life^time, and afttrward» the ^ 

Wife 1 




per Gun- 
1#, lO* ic. 

iVrit of W^i. 

Wtf« rccjorernli her Dowtt agiinfl rhc S'fringer» &€. if In 
l>riiig fl Witt of Wifle afitka rhe WifV. the Writ IktU 
tntke mrociafi of tbe Rtcovcry, 6*/. bow Qic recovetc^l Ult 
Lftod a^tuia him, ^ 

If t Feme hold in Dowet of the ILing who hich ctic R^ ■ 
vcrfiofiy ind the King grtnterh the Rcvetiion tn F^ uoto m^ 
Scriogcr^ and afcerwatdi rh« peme comroicteth Wif^ei now 
the Grantee Ihall Have a Witt of Walle, and the Writ (hilt 
cpake mention bow (he holderb of the King, end how be 
hith granted the ReverfiOQ unto a Stranger, C^^ ami that * 
Ibe who held in Dower of the Stringer of the Kinf^*! Giiitr 
hath committed Wade, t^c. So if the Husband dieth, and eht 
Heir fnakerh a Feoffment onto i Stringer in Fee, who affigfi* 
cth Dower unto the Wife, and fliecotnaiiti WiAe ; tbc Writ}] 
fha}l noike mention that O^e bed in Dow?t of the Gift oC< 
her Husband by the AHignment of a Stranger, of wlioai 
fbe aforefatd Feme held in Dower of tbe Alignment whjcb 
the Heir of the Htubafid hath made to the faid Scrafrger, 
md txkjcrtdMiimm ofbim who briogrfh the Writ. Tbe Form 
of the Writ of Wafte where the Wife ii endowed tK ffmjm 
fstrii ii ftKh : ^ 

Rtx, &€. Si S. &t, ttm€fim\ 4^c. fM^ ftdi $iM9r R. pud fi 
&(. «ptnf. iftisrifttii F^fim^f %i(» fu, Umt iw dut dt dm* ff4td, 
R. ffm^ndam ifiri fmi^ iM ^fenftt A dt B. fstrit pr^uQt %, 4$ 
frxf S* f« ^J^stitm ijmfd, A &i. And if t h<- Wife do f«eo* 
vcr her Dower agiinft the Father, then theWttt o( Waile 
(halJ alike menrion of the Recovery tbm j t$ ^mtd twdtm 
I label la in Qur* mpr^ tvrsm JmftU* mflri$ dt BMm$ ftr tmf* 
dtrstimtm tj»fd, Citf* n€yftrsvti, mr foMm^ Vrrfm p^ttf. A. 
Ad tttkdfuC f^fim S, &£, And the Writ may be of MilJs tod 
Vivtries ; and then tbe Writ fhall be, tjfm/ ^itsrt fu^r ysf^ 
dt i^rrtt, dtmth^, mdtndtmtt^ ^fih, wvsnis^ & g<irdtm^f. 

And tf a Guardian in Chivalry grant over his £iUte, wll0 
nitketh Wide, the Wat of W^ile fhAl be brought BgnrA 
rhe Grantee, and not tgainfl the Guardian ; tJid it b ooc lilci 
Tenant in Dower, or by the Courtefie : But if tbe GttArdltii^ 
• do commit Wail e, and afrerwardi granteth over his EftatgflJ 
then the Heir fliali have an ABion of WaOe agiinf) the Goaiw' 
dian, and tiot againA the Grantee. And Co if fenanr for Lift 
or Yeats commit Wa0e, and grtnferh over bit Eilate, the 
Writ licth againA him vho daih the Wafle, and not agtinft 
his Grantee. And the Foim of the Writ agunil the Giiir« 
diia 45 foch ; Htx, &4. Si A ft r:t, &c, tmmt fmm' &i. fiur$ 
fuifit% C^r. fir^ hi^ha vU k4ht( tn mp§diS d$ hmtditst^^ ^, 
n/ f9i}ni%dMtimm, &t^ 

/ Ami 



And iga'nft the Bxecmon nf the Goif ditn the Writ if : m 

I Smn\ &c. B. ^ C. Em cutt^u Ttltsmmti Ji, &C, fn^tre fictr. Vm- 4 

\^fittm &c. t^tim ha^ent ineufifid f$fl tmrttm fr^d^ B, de kd^t^, fl 

In a Writ of Wafte agtinft Tenant by the Courrelie^ (heioH^a^c, 
Fotm of the Writ by thcRcgtfter is to recite the Srarute; 
and yet it fcemcth the Writ is good, althnugh that he do 
ooe recite the Sratate ; and the Form of the Writ i^ : 

Rtx^ Stc, Si A. fetrn't^ScQ ftmifitm*^$cc. fvsn tmm dt Om, 
wmfilii rigni m^n AngL frwifwm fii^ fu§d ntw lietmt mlitm Fm- 
fimm^ mtmditimtm^ ftu dtfiruBHntm fMtri in tfrrit^ dmmihat^ ^f^\ 
4Jtf fiit gsrdinii ftki dimijfu ad (trm'mttm wf^ vel MWfrwm^ f§m _ 

dt iliit iftt^e per tegrm ttrr. tinmt ; idem B. i# dmmihm quss ttmf m 

ftr hgim Angt. di b^reditstt prjtd. A* in N. /m Fsftitm^ md fl 

fxhatrtdstitnem ipfiw A. & fntrm fttmsm fmfifimit frsd^t ut ^ 

dnitmr, Et hahmr^ &c S 

\ And if the Heir grant the Reverfton of Tenant by the V 

Cnurtefie nnto anothet in Fee, and the Tenant attorn, &i, fl 

tbtfi the Form of the Writ ii fucb ; V 

Rrjr, &c. Si Mti dt B, C^fr. fturit tic* ttmifim.B, yc. H 

^usrt cum, ut fupra, idfm 6. de dcmi^ in N. fir#f tentt sd H 

vitMmfuMm di praf. AUmU^ ^uMf A* di f«> idim B. iUsi tenmt ,H 

fer legem Angl. dt h^f edit Ate ipfim A. ^J^* *ndt f^^* jAbekti^ ^ 

fuU ydjittm, &c. 

And if the Heir granteth the Reveriion onto ano bef 
Stranger in Fee, and the Tcnint by the Courtefie doth at- 
torn, and afterwards grantetli over his Eflate by the Coor* 
fefy to another Stranger, and afrcrwardj rhit Stranger com- 
cnicteth Waftc; now the Grantee of the Revcrfion fhill have 
his A^ion of Wade againO the Grantee of the Tenant bf 
rhe Conrrefi^ for he cannot be Tenant by the Coorrciiei ^ 

if not of the Heir, &c, ^ 

Bnt tf the Tenant by the Conrtetie grant over bts Eftate V 

tmto a Stranger, and the Grantee commit WaAe, the Heir IbalJ fl 

bare the Adion againil theTenaat by rhe CouTtefie, and noe M 

igatnQ the Grantee who committed the Wafle. But if the Heir H 

have obtained or granted the Reveriioa in Fee, &c. and after 
the Tenant by the Courcefie atrom, an4 alter grant! ovet 
his Eftare unto a Stranger who committeth WafVc, now the 
Grantee of the Reverfion fhtll not have an A^ion of Wafte 
•g4tnft the Tenant by the Courtdte, but again (I the Gran- M 

tte of the Tenant by the CourtcHe. And if a Feme be Te« H 

nant in Dower, and fbe grant htr EAatc anto a Stranger^ and V 

ftfcer (he Hpit granteth the Rcverdon in Fee unto anocberi ^ 

ind the Tenant accorneth, end aftei: the Tenant for Term of 1 ] (f. 4. \fi' 


t26 Writ 9f Wafle. 

10 H. 4 At- Lift commiti Wifte 5 It itemerh i bit the Crintee in R«i^if* 
**T'rhaji '***" *^*'^ ^^^ *** Adioo of Wifttr igtiafl tKe Gnnt^ of 
> ?,f ,Mf ti? ^** Tentnt in Dower, %% Ke (hall luve i^tinO Hie Grtftree 
jkmMm in ^^ *^* Tm»nt by the Courctfie. The Form r»f the Writ of 
Dtmr 1/ Walte igatnA rhcTen«nt for Life or Vear^ is fuch 




Hrjr, &c. 5; Aftttrit^ 6rc. rm^furMi B. Sec. Cum ^f r««v«f««/ 

mrttm ; td^m B. dt territ, dtmtbm , hfik & g*rdinit in t** f«tf 
frwd A frstf, B. dtmifti md vitmm iffmt fi ; Or thus, i^# F, 

rtd^timiw^ &C. & tmtfB frnnrnn fr^vif*frsf^ Ui dig \ & ha* 
htm^ 8cc. 

AfMi by theStAtUftof Mjr/#k ttf. i|. if h ordertd, J^W 
frrmsrii, 6(C. mmfM ysjfnm in dtmi^Wt 6cc. W fXf7. ^ 
mimiuj. By tvhtch Statute the Writ of Wifte dtExiti* 
nn if wimnted, ci^r. 

In a Wtk of Wafle, if the Prtmifes of the Writ f«citt 
Bittd mn licrat sbcui fsctrt Fmfium in d^mi^ut^ ^*fii9. Of fsr* 
dtnis \ tnlheEf>d of the Writ it i$fiid,Thac the Dvfendanr hirli 
doneWafte in Lmdfi (Inufei, Woodt, Girdenf, and Ertft 
of Men; fo as tbeie i* more in the End of the VViit tliiia 
u in the PfrtntfTcf , yet the Writ if good : And \n if left 
be in the tnd of the Wiit than ii recited in the ProniAi^ 
|ret I he Writ is good. At if it b« recited, ]^«W riim pfwW- 
fiamfir^ ^uut n$n lui0t slttui f&ttn y»finm^ Bcc, tnierrft, dmmU 
kmi^ ^Jiis^ & ^srdim'i \ and in the Erid it is recited, SpU O/- 
f€wd*f$ut f^sfnm iff firru on\y, or tn ^/w only, or ijt dim 
tooaly; ytc the Writ is good. 

If an Abbot make t Lcifc for Life ot Yfirf, tM '* 
ttid the LeiTee affttwardf committeth Wifte, the V. 
be fuch ; Rae^ &c. Si jIUm^ 6<c ttme fmm, B. J^« 
mmmimi ctnfiif^ 2rc. idtm B, dt dtmibnt in L f ««f fr^d, 
^tt &c (if the Abbot Kimfelf niaVeth the Le^fe;^ tni 
lit* Predeceflbr intde the Leafe, then thui: i^«i#i R f$miwm 
^Ms, SfC. ffsdHi^v^ fr^it mnt M^ntif, ft^, B* dtwij^ md 
vitmm kpfimf D* ^ Md ftrminum nwnrnm ( if the Cafe bv fb I 
fte. 'V0ftmmt Stc. ad rxk^^tdstipnrm Ettl tff'f M^ifM And 
the like fhati be for a Priott or Mifter of an Hofpitaf. 

And agatfift the {it ecu tor f the Writ QiiH be ; Stm* 
IL. Lmtcnt^ti Ttfitmemtf^ V fit*d Jht, 8tC- iidtm txtc^tW9f 
mttt, !««/ fr^f, A.ft^ Lt dimifa md ffrmimmm mtmm^ ^ /if* f>)R 
he T • : . f. 

And if a Man tftake t Le^fe to t Feme $o!c of Chafirt, rniA 
fiie caki Hu&itftd^ and the Lf^'t^ diecb^ tnd flic anil lit* 


lilibaiid commit WclU ; the Writ for tht Hetr ftalf be (but : 
Kern, &c, 4« A. fn", ice. tunt fitm* 0. d* C. im* ijut^ fu»d, 
C. fU9r§ cum^ 6<C. it dim B. ^ C <^f ^/'Ptfri^lin L. ^h^ ^fivm^ 

i^ vitMm ipfius C ttt iifmS^mm fir^iw F. f^mBfrsd* A, rcrjJir 
rff />/* rj?. iWr fnit fr^f.C ju VAfimi, &C. 
And another Writ for the Hdr : Where Lmd if lealed 
Hud>iiid :ind Wife, ind the Heir, and rbc Husband dicch, 

ind the Wife committcth WaQe, the Writ fiitll be; Ettdim 

^« <^ d^mibus in L, ff<<i/ 'rvrr' ^1/ o^'/^m f^*^t ^x dimijjkmi 
W, iWe ftut tidtm A. d^ ^^rf/. 12. ^ttfif^T ii^» /#•, cJ* 


And tnorher Writ: When a Gift is made unto the H«fi 
lOd ftfid Wife, and tinto the Heir^ of the Body of che 
Vif«, and the Wife dirth» and the Husband commitrecli 

K^afte, the Heir ihalj have a Writ of Wafte. and the W(k 
all be: 

Lifm A. df domiims in fi. f ««/ iimt sd vitsm fi0m, tm H* 
Wtiffi$m fusm VV« imit fee* pr^rf A, ^ M. ^mmdsm tne§ri tjm^ 
h^tid, dt ttrp9re tpfiuf M. mMtrif pratd* fi. tujuf hjtrgs ipjk 
^//p tftfundifoi^ fecit y/fitm, ikc» (orttra fttm»m^ 6cc. 

And if a M«h leafeth Lands for Tetm of Life, and hadi 
thi«e or four Steers, and dicth, and fhey make Partition of 
fche Lands, and of the Reverlion, and the Tenant for Ltfie 
Doaamirteth Wafle ; that SiHer and b^r Husband who hach 
he Reirerfion ihall have t Wtic of Wa0c^ and the Wtlt 
fbal) be: 

Rear, &c. Si A. di B. & M. mt. tjuSf &c« tune fftm\ Sec, 

% tec ^HMTi Cftm dt nmmmmi cmfili^^ &c id m F. di d»mihHf 

' C 111 L. f ^/ ^intt md fvit^tn fmsm^ at dimigim4 S. dtQ, di 

irfswtt ipjiMt M if [mm dt h^endii^tt, tfft^ fmif ipjtttf S. frMfiU 

i^itmjajMfs* kMTtd, iffm eft^ per partuimmn imei' ipfst M, A. 

• B. Itrcrtj ejus S- mdefaBam, cmtht£ ftcit ymfimm^ ^c, O* 

I idtm F. dt dmmkuf m L f u^f tmtt md v^sm fMm dt 

'^, M« ix dim^0mi K^pAtris prjLd'' M« CMJ^t tmm bdred. ipfm 

\ tk pmrpgrte cjufd. M. rpfi^Wi dt kMrtditmu pr^d* A. €mtin^^ 

W* fmftuwtf &c. And if Tenant ibc Term of Life grant ou«r 

hU EOare unto another, and the Grantee commictethWaiHy 

,lhe Wfjt OialJhci 

Rtx^ ^c Si B.fmrrti Scc. tmc fmn, A. &C. idtm A* in dmn* 
I in N- fw«/ tmtt md 4irmm L rar dimijjiirtt tfumm id«m L mi 
jt^. K. ilUt dhmjk md iknd^m urvtiniim^ ixd' ftsit pr^f. A* 
Tir, &c. And if Tenant tor Term of Life gram ovtt 
J . c, and (he Grantee grantcth over hts Efttte^ tbea 
the Writ DiaUbethus: 




mii cf Wsfie. 

R*m, Stc $4 M di R. ^^AtmiMhm t^^kmlr ii F« in i 
^#/i Petri Eboi*, frimf, &c rmr /W R. ^c, f«^rf rmv, &< 
idSrai R. di dtf^m im L f ««/ a^t* ^ termiimm ^^tm A. 
fitii «v. H ^^, fjr 4iim09mt M. if O. f «f ft rtnmt sit 
tifimw tm dimigmt ifftntm H- & A. r«i f^dtm A- 1^ M A O. 

frtdt^jf*^ fri^ Pr^htmd^ti^ i$* dimifit sd *tfinnm §mwmd. M. 
^# O. e^ A. /#C. Vsfmm^ liC, sd iwkrudstim. Pr^tkmd* iffm 
R. ^ CMtrm fwrmtm frwvrjhmi fr^£ ^ &C. 

And bf rhtr it ipitearcth* chir tf tPrebendtry or Fitlbn 
ftitknh i Lctfe fot Tcf m of Li*«, He or his Succelfor fiiAli ftiavc 
i^R;. f. an A&ion of WaAe. If Al Icafcch Lands unro / fbr Term of 
Life, and dictb, and L Son and Heir ot the fud Af igrtnt-^ 
ech the RtverGon tmto H. in Fef, and H granreth this R«- 
vetfion unto A, to Fee, and afterwards the Tanant for Life 
ccMnmittcrh Wafte \ now the Writ of WaAc hcooigjie hv A» 
fluVI befuch: 

km. See. Si K^ft(\ &c. tmtffim, L &c. f^^ir, 8rc IdL L < 
dtmtim in L« fii#/ rnf^r «i vti^m fm^m di fr^f A* WM i ~ 
mm h' dtmn idan \, iisi tmmit sd ^tism fm^m^ nt mfgm 
4[msm L,jii*m& h^ru M f «i HL ft iff L dim fa 04 Mrf. i 
w mmmm ^ tndt fnit ttd. H./«if i^mftmm, &c 

ir 5. and K his VVtte retftd in Fee, teife the Latid \ 
O. for Teroi of L^te, and afterwards 5 dkth, and D raim ' 
H. to Huiband, and K giantctb ebc Rever^on unto d in 
PeCi and afrerwtrdf 0. attotneth, aad comoucietti WaAe^ 
and A bringefh Wafte, rhe Writ Ihall be i 

/t#x, &C* Si A. fuirit, &C. twmfmm\ ^c, B. fimtf /f, SrC idtm 
B. di dmmku tw N. ^tf#' tt^Ut *d wfsm fmsm di frmf, A. cv 
mgifmMiimtt fumm H O* K.. «^- V«'t f*^ fmdtm IC. ^ S. fM^ 
^M <vir yimr, i//#r ^W^ B d$mxfT. md nmdtm taraunni^ Ml 
/k«fw ^^f. A. /Vf *f ymjlmm, ^cc. If N let fct h LaJtdi for Yttri | 
Mtn #: which /. cnaxeib L bti Eicciaror, and dterh, and l« 
Jeafeth the Landt onto R. and afterwardi f^. frmcnh tl» 
Revrrfion in Fee to P. and P granteth the Reverfioa to M» 
in Fee, and after R, Tenant for Lite, commitrerh WaOe ; tjia 
laid ML fiiaJJ have a Writ of Wafte, and the Wm Aall 

Riwf^i, Sec. $i M.fitirit, Sec imtfwm\ &c R fmd p, 

Ifi*] &e. fumt imm &C. iW. IL im dmi^m la L ^msi UWtt md ta^ 

mm, «Mir\ ra iimi/ L gjot Ttp^ F m N ^Um mmifii ^d 

itmd, ttrmiwmm ^^f . M, ey «^0^ P. <ti f *• ri< w R til tMstf 

#<rf #«»/. Ifrnifji^ air «i^. fii^lti f r««tf* N. tJM^ fiCit frdf, t, f9m 


Wrif cf fVa/tc. 

^, Tcifcd Lands unto E* and A bis Wfe, and unto the HtiTs 
of £« and afrerwAtds E. dicch, and B, his Son and Heir grant* 
cth theRevtrfion onto C. in Fee^ afrerwitds >C commitceth 
Wtflc^ the Writ thaJ be: 

Hi;!?. &C. S* C. /trrr*>, 6fC *ffl«f. fum. A. &C, f v/fre rtfw, &c, 
Wfw A. «i» dtmiiftu in B» fWtf/ /wcf 4nivnam fuam de f^^d. C* 
#lf aj^, ^am B. //if<* er i^^t$ L. #«i p'^-f/. A. qumddm U:t^ 
fim^ F. «^«r dtmipt Mend, tifd^ E« C^ A* & btr» If Jim E. indt 
fern frsf^ C. /(^rr V^^Mm, &c. 
fi A^ Itafeth Lsnd&for Life unto C. ind A. her Hasband, md 
^. dieth, and C cakech lo Ilusbaiid T. ofE and r. and C. hit 
Wife leafc the Landi onto P, of F, who kafcth the Lands 
nrita 7, and afrerwardt M. grantcth the Reverfion unfo R* ia 
F«c, and J. cornmitteth WiH^^ and R* bringeth a Writ of 
Waflt ; tht Wrk {hall be foch ; 

Jtfjf, Jic, 5r R* ftcmt^ &c, ^b»* /wm, J. &C. ftfjreraw,8ec. 
§Mdtm J. in demittts vil fetru ^wm tentt fid vit^m C, nx\ T* di 
B. d€ fWMf. R. #3f jr^^, M* dt quit P. ^^ H. f ^^f. J. ^^ 
famtitiMv li^fiiB dumifit^ iU, ttnmt Ad iund* ttrtninum, tx dimi^imi 
frsd, T. C C, cut qmdtfn C* <J* A. qu&Kdam fuirofMo^ ^yt' W« 
i#. dimifit sd vit»m ewnd, A. l)* C. ind$ fecit prsf/R,. faif 
yAjlnm, &C, 
« X. kafeth Lands anto Amia and 7* her Uasband for Term 
of their Ltvci, the Remainder to N, Daughter to 7. Z>. for 
Termor her Life, the Remainder to the right Heirs of 7* O* 
nnd afterwards T. (right Heir of 7* D.) granCcth chat Re. 
mainder onto B. of c. in Fec« and afteroratdj 7. (Husband 
lof^terW) dietb, and (he commitceth Wade; the Wric of 
^' '^ fhaHbefuch: 

3cc- Si fl. dtC. ftttritf SiC ttmcfum. 8tc. AmJc^ qtta 
jm: lij^ar, ficc tfUfifi cum^ &c. tsdfm Aoiicia in lafds, Sc(l ^u§t 
ima md '%/itmm junm di frdf. B. de C. 4X ajftgn, f^m T. imv/, 
^ hmrn J. D. dt^m t^diut Amicia iSu truun tdttaid tirmim^ 
wac dimfjf. ^msmK^ indt fmt fr^f A. cS* J. ^umdam i/jVfl fwf^ ttd 
n/jijnm forvnd. A- & }< Jf * f«iW feft mtrttm tsrund. A* C?" J ^rjr^. 
^afi*. N. ^/f> J. D, Jtd totfim vitsm fumm ulitriw remamf\ s^ 
fifimgrum iffita N* iidtm hfd nBtt k^r. frtid. J. D. rpusmtr'^ 
indt ft tit pr^f A* fec$t Psflitmt 6cc* 

And by this Writ it appcareth, that he in the Raver/Ion 
fliaJJ have a Wtif of Wade agttnd the Tenant for Life, whsia 
there is a mean Eftate in Remainder forLile to another* 
» There is another Writ of Wafle in this Form* 
► JEtx, &C S. J & C. fit, &C. timc/um\ &c. 7* ^C. qu*ri, Sec, 
§mdtm J. «r Qmnthm, &c. ^a^tr r^wr sdvitsm fttsm fit Fintm 
indi fw Cwf/ii mfir^ tvrjm W. ^r C. & *•.!*# /in* 7>l/?i^. *i*/^*f 

O dt 


U^nt pf Wafle. 


Cr I. trtf. C..&\, is ksrtd. 4* 

ftmmun dtim ftr firwum Km 


biefc P 

i!f MM tiff mirttm fr^d. 

And if ft Man letfef b Ltndf Tor Ttrm of Lile unto R. rhe 
ftemiindcr ro M. fbr Life, and tfmwardf jgrinf^h rKe R^ 
verfKin in Fee to one & Fitber of A. whole Heir die Caid ai. 
h; and afceiwaidf the firft Teninc for Ltfediet^. and the 
Tenant tn the Remainder enrrctb, ftod coouniuecli WaAe; 
now the Writ ih all be; 

RiM, 8fc. $t K,ff(\ &c. fmufm*, tec I. AC #M.«r. 
r)«rp Sec ifu^ft (um^ &C jV»/<f»» I & M. in t€rrj$ tfwm tfmmt 
md vitsm tffm M* dr ff^f. R. at M^gn. fusm t AC y«^ li»^ 
rjm ^4f«/* I* dt E. J'/ /tfr#m 'Vi/JAi jBSm, itm fMd p*fi aw« 
ipfiM L di E* esdrm ttrrs ^^. M. ^d i§tmm Vitmm fmMm 
hind, rtmmmr*, dimtft^ imdi fnU fi, ^siri fr^d* R. cvjbj hdrit 
Jt tf, fntr* V0f(tm^ StC* 

And f here are ofhcr i*otmf of Wrici in rhe Regifter wbieli 
■re not mentioned bt re for the Length of civnn • jAa fna^ft 

And there ti another For m of Wrie c>f Walle for the Lord G 
by Efcheat, who Jurh the Revcr^on by Efcheat, l3e, 
%\ E» }, |. ^^'^^ ^'^^^^ '* a Writ of Warte in the RcgiDcr for him tn H 
^a7.comr' the Rtverfion agiini> Tenant by S,l4gif who hifk Landt «nd 
!$&*;* Tenements in Eiecution for Debt or Diaugei. And la 
U'cftaoo. agtinft Tenant by EUj^it who hath Land* in Executiofi hf 
*"*"^' Rccognixance of l>cbt ; And ilfo ag^infl hit Eicctuor who 
hath Linds in Kxecurian by Rigit. And it feemethco fliod 
with good Rcafon that the A£lion dnrh lie* 

But fomc fiy, that he asaind wh(;m the ExceutiQci is filed 
fl»a1] not bave an A^Hon of WaAe, becaule be may harm a 
Writ of Viwri fsiiift md tffffut*9§dmm^ ttc, ind rhctt the 
WaHe fb^tl be recoirered in the Debt ; bor by the AfUoo of 
Wa(Ic he (bill recover treble Damaoei, ind fo icAfatdibt 
fliall not dn by lb It Writ of P^m^rt fitijv sd rmtfrntMnimm. 

And alfo if a Man hath Lands in E»ecotioa by £%«e, 
mnd afrerwaidt be in the Revcrfion gtameth the Rcvcftioa 

unto « S' r— i 1 Fee ; cK«t the Grantee ftial) have to Afil* 

cm of VV A\ the Tenant by Eiga fcemi realoaable; 

becmfe the \v luc n to hii Difinberitincry and he oitghc noc 
CO fiti*fie ihc Debt dou by rhe drantor. 

And frt tJ £, J. in Title 6Vi>^ fdit^, whethtr Recogni- I 
for had t S^in f^iyg upon bb Surmife that the Rtcogaifrc 
bad levied all the Debt by cuatngof Trect. 
If i Man btvi Commoii of Ettoveri io d« Woodg 


mit of mp. 


•nother, antJ he who h Tenant and Owner of the Wend ctif- 
ceth down all the Wood, he who ought to have the Efto- 
ven (hiM not have an A6ion of WaHe^ but (haU have an 
Aflife of hi*i Eftovcrs ; For the Aft ion of VVafte doth not lie 
bnc upon a Leafe tnad?, or againfl Tenant by the Courte* 
fie, or Tenant in Dower, or Gtiardiin. 

If Guardian in Chivalry commit Wafle, the Heir fhall have 
na A£^ion of Wafte as well at full Age' as within Age 

And if a Man be in Ward unto the Lord by Reafon of the 
%Jk of Landsr becaule that certain Perfons were fctfed in 
Feeof rhe Lands holden by Knightt Service unro the Ufe 
of Ms Father and his Heirs ; now if the Guardian commit 
Waflerhe Heir within Age, ot of full Age,fiial1 have the A^i- 
on of Wafle agiinfl the Guardian, and yet the Heir hath not 
ch^ Reverdon of the Lands, but the Ufe only* But that is 
given by the Statute of 4H 7. €a^. 17. 

And if the Guardian do commit Wafte, he (hall 1o(e the 
Wardfhiptt and if the Wardfhip be not fufficient to An>^ 
fwer the Damages for the Waftc, thftn he ihalJ tender Da» 
mages unco the Value over and above the Lofs of the Ward- 
ibip, by the Statute of G/a«y?^, tup y. 

If the King commit the Wardfhip of the Heir in Ward 
unto inotbe% and the Committee doth WiQc ; then upon « 
Stirmifc made thereof in Chancery, the King ihill fend a 
Writ unto the Efchcaror, tcf fto to the Land, and ftc if 
Wift« be done^ and to certiiie the King thereof in the 

If Eichearon do commit Wafle in Lands which they 
have in their Hands inCuftody; the Heir within Age, or of 
full Age, (hall have an Ad ion of Wafle, and (ball recovef 
Creble Damages again(l them, and they Ihall futfer Imprifon* 
mcnt two Years at the leaft, at the King's Pfeafure And fo 
if Efchcatofs do commit WaOe in other Lands feifed tnta 
the Kmg's Hands by Enqueft of Office, jfnm 56 £• ^* c^p^ I|. 

And Efcheators, or other Guardians of Lands, in the Va- 
cat on of the Temporalttes of fiifhoprtcks or Abbi;s, fUall 
do no Wafte, e?c, jinii$ 14 E, *?, pf CUro^ csp. 4 & f , 

And if Tenant for Term of Life, or in Dower, or by the 
Courtefie, or for Years, grant over their EOatc unto divers 
unknown Perfon^» &c^ to defraud him in the Reverfion, 
and ifccrward* Walle is committed; he in the RevcrQon 
ihall have an A^Wnn of Wafte againft the firft Tenant who 
took the Profifs, £5*^- Anm n H. 6, tap* S- 

There iv another Writ of Wafte which lieth betwixt two 
Common of Lands, or aWood in FcCvfimpIfl, and 


4^ 1- per 
in a (4 fit «/ 
d'aftt tkg 

nvf ncite 
ihf StMtttttt 
pr^vtr ikwt j 

ttm w^i » 

at th C^m* 


cbc Form of the Writ il fuch; 

O 1 


mu 9f Wdjii. 

kfX, &C. $i A, frwrtr, &c, tmf f^im. 8ec* B, •//•/". ^«rv 
UR ij4o9 As&^ ^sm dt J* m N, /^^v imdiwfi, prgtdi 

&c. £i JttfW# «^^ k:^c. Ami tbii VViie lieth is well of L*ii<it, 
pjfctiy, Totbiry* ind tbe Iikc» i% of VVoodi when rlief 
are holdrn in CommoQ. See tbeStiCtlce of HVJf* i. Cmm im 

The iicir within Age (hall have in AAioti of Walle iguafl B 
the GuaTdian in Socage. 

The Heir at full Age ihill bav^ an Aftioa of WtAe igaiaH 
the King's Committee^ &t. 
n R t< If ^ If cwa hive a ReveTfinn unto them, and uisro the Hein nf p 
I^cwtootCof,, of them, tbey (hall (oia in an A&ion of Wadt agatnft 

Tenant for Li lie. 
a& H. 6L Guardian tn Socage fliall not pueiik WaOc doit by a G 

^Watlc 9. Stranger, 

J^E^i.t;. Waftc fliall be brought igiinft Tenant for Lift, where H 
*fc S^Q there is a Mcfiie Eftate tor Yeart between the Tenant fiac Life 
Pand him 10 the Revcrfion. 
) 4tR. )* 1^* And it appeate^h by the Regifttr« rhtt the Writ oTWtfltt 
^fo&)*4* Qiall be mil a^ainible, although rbe Me foe in the Remainder 
10 E. 4* 9* for Term of Life ^« begnref r^ the Tct) ^ for Lki^^^ htm ill 




Ln. Bctk. 

the Reverfion 

Life be beURrecr^the Tctjmc for Ufi^d hti 

Where a Leafe U made onto the Htiiihand and Wile fag | 
Life or Veirt. there the VV^c ihall not be fUtnifted^ ififr 
Che Deacb of ber Hu>biivl| for Wafie done by die Umhtiid. 
W. 1. £. 3. 

The Tenant may cut Trees eo tmnd Uoufet^ Qfc. and to K 
do Rep«nitron>. But if iimifet decay by the De&ulcof the 
► Tenent, to cor Trees to aotend them ti Wafle. 

Whtre WiOc is dorje by the King*! Encmiej, or by Tern- L 
pef!^ the Tenant (hall nor b« pmilhed fbt the tkmr. 

Cutting of dead Wood it not WjiI^c. And if a^lan cot M 
L V^^^ ^^* Wond CO bum, where be bath I'ulHcient Heed*w«lod, It is ^ 

■ wifte. m 

W mH*6. ir. Alfo if if not Wa" " ^ " mdt to lie frefli. ifui not ^ 

kfo manute thtm, an n to grow foil of Thf^mi 

7 R 6. 1 3. (;., Alfo tt b not W alls ta hil leAfeniaile Wrod, whiell tt 
^^.^}* y yled to be feJM every twenty Vean, or within thit Time^ 
L H*^. tt Vmmn fell Trrt^ it u VV«(I« ; and if be fy/kw dia G«^ 

L* ' mint upon the Roots of the Trert to be again newly defllm. 
ad, ibe (kmt h new WaAc^ 
toR S. L ' ^^^ *^ ^ ^^^ ^ 1^*^ lepair the Bar\ki» bv Ktkfm whfr#. 
•'/I/ ln^«f the Land ia dfOWQci« the fame b Wafte. 

/j/i£)(^ ^ And 

IJ ac. 
40 Ad. 11. 


^^And if • Man plough Meadow, &c. it it Waftc. A Will ^ 
or Pale, which is covered wirh Thabe or Timber, miy b«,^t?VV* 
Wiftc, if the Tenant fuffcr them to be uncovered^ by Rei- i?h.6'i4. 
ton whereof, 4^e. And the digging of Gtivcl, or Stone, or \l ^ ^' i^;, 
CpsiJi, Oiallbeftid Wflftt, 

Houfebote, Htybote« and Firebofc^ do ippertain tinto a 
Termor of Common Righr^ and he may take Wood for the 

■I A Biiiiop, or a MiRer of an HorpirtT, or t Paribn, {hill Set sj L 
^ nor punilK Wade done in the Time of their Predeceilbrs. But 

ao Abbot or Prior ih^lL 
p Tenant in Tail, afcer pofljbtliry of Iflue extin&, AiIl not 

be punifbed for Waile. 
^ Cutting down Wiilows in the Sight of the Manor is ad* 

jadged Wafte. P, 40, £. | * ^ 
g LciTec for Life, Remainder in TaiJ, the Remainder in Fee ^^ g^ j .^ 

antothe LeflTee for Life, if he do commit VVaftc, he ^^^^ /Z;J^g^ 

be puniibed by him in the Remainder in Tail ; and yet thc'^ ^*^* 

Le{Iee for Life hath the Remainder in Fee, but there is i 

Meih Eftatc of Inheritance, &e, 
r If a Man cut Trees of the Value of j /. ^d it hath beta 14 H* 4. t ^. 

•djodgfd VVafte. iBE ?*7. 

ri If • Man maketh a Leafe for one Year, or half t Year, and flf^* ^K 

the Tenant do Wafte, the Lclfor (hall have Wafte, and tb« ^!^^5J 

Writ (hall Jay, Sinst ttmt ad Itrminum Anmrum^ and in the ^n^yt^f n^* 

Cotmt he (hall (hew the Special flatter. ^ U^Ajlt, fij 

£ A Termor may cut the Under* wood> growing under thef^jr* 

great Woods and tafi Woods; but if there be not any tail 

Wood, then he cannot cut the Wood. P. 41 £ y* 
p And a Man may have A^ion of VVafte, and Count upon 

dil^er) Leafes. M. 44 £. }. 
Q The Guardian Ihall not be punifhed for Walle done by ft 

Stranger^ &c. but a Termor fhall, CS'f , 

fif Tenant in Tail leafcth the Lands for his own Lifc,hc (halt 
have an A£tton of Waftc againil the Tcnant,if Waftc be done. 
The Giantce by Fine of the Revetfion fcalj not have a LiMJt. 
Writ of Waftc againft the Tenant, betore the Tenant attorn : 
Bat if a Revetfion elcheat unro che Lord, he Ihall have Wafie 
again ft die Tenant without Atcornmcnt. 

And fo if the King grant the Rcvcrfion by Letters Patent, j^ h. €. f 1. 
the Grantee (hall have Waile without Attornment. <£ £ h V* 

And Co if a Man dcvifeth the Reveifton unto another in Attorn, t|. 
Fee, upon Waftc done, the Devifec fiiiU have Waftc without *^ ^ ♦• ^* 

IJt And none (hall have ao fi&ion of Wific but he who hath 
n O 3 An 



4f E. h 9. 

an Eflite in Pcf .(SmiiTf . nr tn Fce^tiK B«r a PAtfim ot Pte- ' 
beodArv ihall Hive a Writ of W«il« tipoo ibcir Letl^* y«C 
lbm« ity ttuc tbcy btve not cJbt Ftt^fiopte to tlwQilUva 

And if Tentnf for Term of Lif"*? commW Wafte, aaJ tfiiTb 
W4fdi ftlreocrri in Fee, yet the Wnc of WaOc Jicth sgalfift 
him: OthTtwifc it ti If the Wiftt be done after ilie Altai)li> 
ticfn mjde« u it Gid ; tMwin fv^rr, ' 

)H7 !».& If ftfi Abbot cotnmirtcth WaHe in Lindi «rhich bt hAth i^fl 
}^* 7; *4 Ward, and dicth, the Succcffbt Okall not be charged* But WU 
Z^skt ^^ ^ ^cpofcd. the Succc/Ior Cbill be cbirged. M 49 «. |. 
C^fi, A Writ of Wtfte Chill be miintainabte igatnft ooa opoft 

11 H* 6« I a Leafe made unto him tintit he be protnoted twco a ■«»•> 
. IL ^* :. fice^ and the Writ ftialt fuppnfe fmd ttwn mi ttrmtmm wTa 
And fo of a Leafe mide to endure from ftidl a FtaS 
fuch a F«ift, the Writ OmU fupjiofe ^m/ umf mi tfrmh 
smiTMrn in that Cafe, and by the Court the fpecial Matter 
fliin he flsewed* 

DcRruaion ofVilfains byTi11«£e» adjudged WaAt. 
Wide done by a Guardian unto the Value of ao d* waj 
judged Waflc, and thi Miinf iff recovered. H. J4 £. ). 
40 AfT, ft. The Termor is not bound for to repair the HoufcS m 
W*ilc ii, ^^^ ruinoot at the Time of ihe Ltafe made unto him. 
^n^Utt }^ '^^ Coparcener! kifc Lands for Life,and Wafle it 
¥m mwlf ^itf^d, and aftetwardi one of themdierhi the Aunt 
Ifmli jHd the Niece ought to join in an AOion of Wafta fiic the WaAa 
mi f»vir^i done before ; and yet the Niccc {ttW not reoHfet any Da- 
^*^^^'*^tJiigef for ehefame^ but the Place wafted; tiwlit fotllia ihqf 

^^irMTM ^*^' ^^^^ *^^ ^*'"*'* *** Coparccnwy . M* 1 1 5. |* 
^mfk- Bm ^^^^^^^ ^ ^^^ Coparceners, and one hath IlTuty and dieth^ 
^ # FtAWH and her I Iw^band is Tenant by flie Cou? ttfie, and cCMnciiiitBtli 
^hnh w*f Wa0r, bi» !>on Oialt not have in AQion of Wafteagaiull hiai 
•Jf* /»^^- wirhout nanrimg the orher Coparcener : But if he bri'ig ftidl 
*j|vy^ Writ, it tliill abate, gnwrf vt, P. j, R 6.Tifla Wafle 
rl«i^ if If there be Tenants in common />rf tndivifo, and owe CMIp- 
['^ Ltm n^itt'^H Waftc, the other two ought to join in an AfiaoooC 
^^'^ajJii Wade againll rhe Third, See for that, W, l 8 ». W * 
Ijf^,*" If (heGoardtJin commit W^fle, and the Hcit btrog 
tikis' ^^** btingah An AQtxon of WaOe, ihf Guatdian there 
««i^^7. lole the Wardfiiip, and Dimigu for fo much aa ti - i ,,,^ 

AflS^ZT ^^^^^^ ^^^ ^*'"*' ^^ ^^^ WardDtip lahkh ii kiA ; bist If ik« 
;t. ' (Ifir ar full Age do bring a Writ of Wafle agaiiiAhim »lui 

waaGuatdianf and recover, then he fhall lecorer treble Da- 
magc) igaifiA (he Guardian* bccaufe the fame ii out of 1 ' 
Sratiti^ of GlmtpifB which latibj chat the Guardtaa 

uta uu qa ., 

EWirk cf Fflrepment. 
e the WtiifliJp ; for fie c«nnoc lofc ihe Wirdflilp there 5 
•nd thntforc he b not in that Cafe aiTtntnr in Dower or 
by the Courtefie are, who were pnnifliable in Wa(!« by the 
Common Ltw, ^u^d vt. H. 1 1 H. 4. 3. in the Tick of Waflc, 
tbe Upimon of Tbimini. 

»H^rit of Efitipmem. 
. ^ I 'Here ire two Manner of Writf pf Eftrcpment. One U j R 6. t6: 

JL when a Man harh a real ABion depending, is a f$r'PJ^*rimKt 
mtdm, or « Dkw /,i,> /w/rj ^tsum, or a Writ of Right, o^fi^'^. 
fuch Aaron wherein the Demandant fliall not recover Dama fj/;;^^^,: 
gef ; then he may fue thii Wric of Eflrepment again<> the^^/ ^j tke 
Tenant, inhibiting him that he do not make Wafle, nor ftrip, N^ntrjewu 
pendant the Adion : And thti is properly before Judgment w-^^A^r* 
is given for the Demandant. i'!i Tti^ 

And another Writ of Eflrepment lieih for the Dcman- ^J^ ^^ 
dajir, where he hath Judgment to recover $u(in of Lind| end^^,^/,| ^ 
htfort Execution foed by Hmhre fsdM feifinAm, he may (ueongm^l. 
X this Writ, that the Tenant do not waOc or (Vrip : And tbU mtJuHtdsL 
Writ doth recite the Rccovei y and the JuLlgment, CS'f . And 5 H-^- »^' 
•Ifo the Demandant may have a Writ of E0rtpmeot dirca. ^*,^^//* 
^ to the SheiilF, commanding him that he do not fuffer^^ ,y ^, ^ 
fbe Tenant to do waftc or fit ip. Satun tf 

Tivfr*//, sud m Pneeff of UrUwry, firr that it is m Preeyrf. 14 H, 7* »o. ^ tf^ 

- ^(f W'^^wi: //w^ /« srrffi .f'JH^^mtvt, or geU^je k ^ItMdid ^nr ytrm^, Vf ij the 

— 7mct$ t^ki jfdvtct 0f their Juaimm. tki Party m*y hmfi Iflrr^frnfH, PJf Read* 

And fome fay that this Writ of Eflrepment doth not lie Mi.J 
{0 fach Aaion where the Demandant ihtH recover Dimages H ". 7. 7. 
«gaia(V the Tenant. But it feemtth reafonablc that the Dc* 
mandant have fuch Writ where he doth recover Damages, 
as uhete not : Eor it may be that the Tenant if not of AbiJi- 
cy to fatisHe the Demandant for his Damages. And ilfb if 
the Tenant fhall be fufTcred to let the Houfes to f^tl to de. 
cay, Of to pull them dov^'n, and to dcftroy the Parks lad 
Chafe$^ it fhoutd be very inconvenient* 
K And in every real Aaion the Demandant may have a^SH.^. I. 
V Wiit unto the Sheriff, crmmanding him, that he fee that qu. i.i £* s, 
^ rbe Statute which ordaineth the Eftrcpmcnt be obfcrvcd ; i- Eftiep. 
and fhtt he do not fiffcr the Tenant to dofuch ftrip; And ^l^]^^^ 
by the like Realbn he may have the Writ againft the Tc- ^rt^hi 0* 
^ nantj wheie he may receive Dimiges» e^r* g^tnft tki 

K And if ^hc Tenant do make a FeoHroent_^hanging the Diitnd»ni^ 


. ♦» iitrtn- 

Pfcfi the Demandant may have a Writ of ElHepment a- 

gainft the Tenant and againft his Eeoffce, &;. And by t^'i^L'^^* 



Djr« }^i 

Ellin- & 

fftit pf Efirefmni. 

Cimf Retfovi it fsemeth f h«r he mty hive i Wiic of UlfC^i 
menc agilnft the Tetitnt tnd chore mhio ii« bU Strvililft 
mnuDg tbtir Niaiet, &i* Although ihey hiv« notluog ta lln 
T^niocy. i^4trf ismm, tid, T, $ l,t, lit. EBrtfmtm, 

I A tn Affife, ind in every real AQioa, whrtc the D<inin.J 
tnt (hill recover Dimagef* he may have a Writ of ttftrtf 
ment for Srtip rnade after tb« Jodgment, and before Eie 
ClcMl 1 But for Corn cut and carried away after Jfidg|»f] _ 
and before Execucioci fucd forth by the Demandant, the D«> 
fliandAot ITiill not have a Writ of Eftrepmenc. ^v^i wto 
Remedy Ke fiiUl have: Tt feemeth none ^ for ehe Ttoaiic wmf 
like the Proftri of the Lands before ^ectition, t» Ichial^ 
for it fliali not be faid Eftrepmenr, if not that the TcaaflC Jo 
fuch a Thing %hlch Oiall be faid Wafte if a TtttsM hmk 
done it, 
R. E. i. And when a Man porchafeth hif original Writ direOed CO O 
» ^ ebe Sheriff, then may be purchafed his Wric of Eftraneac 
^^T* *f **"* ^^* Tenant, if he wili ; or a Writ tinto the Sttif^ 
1^ cotnnianJing him to fee that the Scatuu which ordtinech the 
,J^ EAf epmciit be obffcvcd* 

f ^* / 1%, i^tturn I fw tki SiatMtigivttb it ffndiMi tht WWr^ mik it^mft 
mi. %n \x R. 1. Eltrcpmenr 6. i»; C hariton^ Ar jM nf rm 
-fjlf ^r/4ri «/?^ 'iuiimnL ^i^ittfl thi JtMm $f tht Cmd. 

t not dno^V 

And if a Man fuech a Writ of Right unto the j 
Coun-Biron, there he may fuc a Writ out of the 1 
diretted to the Shetiff. that be fee thtt WaAc be not docM^ 
&i* or lie may fue a Writ otit of the Chancery, dirt&ed co 
the Party himfc)f, commanding htm that be (halJ ooe do 
Waf^e, &£ ind an Attachment therrcpon. And when the 
Writ is depending in the Common Pleaj, then the DemaiK 
daiit (halt hive the Writ of EOtepmenr atit of the CaaunoB 
Pleas, or out of the Chancery, at hi? Elcftion. 
flic I?. And the Writ may be dircftcd unto the Sberiirifid the p 
or ht may have fevetaJ Wtiti, one to the Shctiff, and 
^ to the Party. 
* yg ^^^ Aftion the T«rnaot may do Wafte, end Q 

Lanithcd, becaufe it is before the Prohibitioci de- ' 
livef ed unto him j but only for that Wafte done aftec thel^t^ 


if it And if a ^tianger of his own Wrong do Waflt after the y 
Wr4 Prohibition delivered onto the Tenant, and agiinft rbe Te* i 

nantV Will, then the Teotni fiiall not be punilbed for that 


ffr/f de Pdrtiti&m fdcUndd. 



tfi 1 5*tV# f^iAi to cicecute ai Fine, if rhe Tenant do com- llH.dL ^. ^ 
mil WaiH t^« Demandanc may fac a Writ of Eftrcpment, ' +^*^;^^ 7.^ 

- &^. * 

|K In an Aflirc, tht Tcnanc did Wafte after Vcrdifi, and be 
Ibrt Judgment given, and aFcerwards the pUiniifF had Judg. 
|ncDr« and afterwards focd a Wric of Eftrepmcnt againft the 
Tenint for the Wafte done by him after the Vcrdifl, and be- 
fofc Judgment ; and it was awarded^ that the Writ was well 
brought. H. ii£. 3. 
u And a Writ of Eftrepment agamfi the Tenant for Wafte 33 H, <J* 
done after the Judgment, and before Execution, was main- ?^"^* ^ 
taiaablc ac the Common Law before tke Statute* -'*^'' ^ 

And if a Fcrmetian be brought of a Manor, and after c6e 15 ^I'z- fl 
Eftrepoient is brought agamft the Tenant, and afterwards *^K' 3^^ 
• Tenancy ioth efchcat unto the Manor, and the Tenant do:h ^^u^^' 
C»mmit Wafte in that Manor, he ftiill be panilhcd for the (\rcpOT^c 
&mc, and yet it is not demanded by the Writ, but Sureties n, 
urere demanded by the Writ in the Name of the Manof^ iild fl 

the Land cometh in lieu of the Services^ i^s, ^ 

11^ If a Man do re^ov^r in ^ Wric of Wafte, he fljalJ hava a H H- 7. la ' 
•* Writ of Eftfepment againft the Defendant for Wafte done af. ^ffj^'' *«^ ^ 
car the Judgment) and before the Execution: ^'^*'' ■ 

iQ In Attaint in the Common Pleas, the PiaintliF fliall have m E, t. j, 
' the Witt of Eftrepment againft the Defendant out of the Br. Eftrtp* 
Common Pleas, if he will, or out of the Chancery. <nem 7. 

^ If a Man fue a Jurii utrum againft fever al Tenants, as he Q^xrc^ f 
may, or a Sctrt fdci^ againft fcveral Tenants, there he may jTt/iiees cf 
have an Eftrepment againft any of the Tenants^ and noi'^Mf^^I 
againft them all- And fo it fctmeth if a firfmdm be brought 1^^,"^ '^' 
igainft t\vo Tenants jointly, the Demandant may have an^'^^' ^^ 
Eftrepment againft one Tenant only. ittcpmcnt' M 

Eftrepment 1 1. J§int*reHSMqr at the OriginAl k 4 ^ndPlet'^ etkirwtfitofrjytlutt 
ki W4J Jtmt-tmsnt at (hi time tf tki Judgmtnt givtn^ 

And in a Jurii utrum fued in Imdm, a Man fhall hav9 i 
'Writ of Eprrfmmt dtreQed to the Sheriff of Undoft, is t^ 
pcarttfa by the Regifter. 

IVrU dc Part it tone facienda. 

L« TpHE Wtlt de pMrtittm fucimds is fiich : 
|r ^ Ktx, &c. $i K, fecerit^ tiC,f*m, B, he. tfitnf. qn^ri fUtnm 
gsiftm A* ^ B, tnfmul & pr§ hdivtff ammu tns mcrsi ttrr^ 
tMm'ftrfin, it hjfrtditstt ^ fuit Mp mMtrk fr^ii^. A& B* 



%) •lit J 

Wfit de Pmhimi fdchnds. 

cjr fittmdmm Lff,fm ^ tmfmtmiimm figm Angf. fstintj^ tm$* 

And if rhc Httibtnd b««h one Pirt of the L*nil fcf por- i 

V-chafc, tnil rhc other Parcel in the Right of hh Wife, and 

If m ''^^^^ Copircener hiih another Part ai one of tbeH|k^ 

y^j of rhff ccmmon Anctnor ; rhen the Hufhand tod ^^^^^fl^^l 

fkM hiire a Writ of Partition againft the chf^ Co|€Hi^ 

iierf« and the Writ flialt be fuch : 

Rex f^i(\ &C. Si I* M- uxtr tjm fatr\ frc. fim* M* &C- 
#/?r9f/ f K#rr ium tdtm I, mt in jwtt ifpm hi- dt fmfmrit tfft^^ 
iU M(tm€ri§ dt T» ^u^d fnit A. f^nk fr^diB. M, tmjm wmm l#- 
rf/* */fi fjf J cfntiftgrftt, idtm^ue I, virtutt Ffffsmrmi fi^P^ P» 
Jf/f#«i (^ ^Uersm htrtdtm psdlB A. </t /nr/Jiti i)^|bir F. 
<^ ry^ MsmtrU €mtingtnt*f^Bi, 0€ fr^. M./Ttn & firiis kgr. 
tjUiJdtm A- hjsmul C fr^ imdtvtfi ttmgni Msmrfwm ft^d* ram 
pmm, i*dtm M, Psrtttimt indi, ^c, ^ 

Andfhcte b tRnle in the Rcgifter fueb* thit ti to fi: 
That ^litm 1 2. at nrk, wu fealcd a Writ dt FmrtUitm fm 
tfid* berwixt Strangeri ; and there it was ftid, that t M 
(ho old have the fime in cvety Cafe wit hour dih^rtdiiMi 
the Writ : And it's there faid, thit ihat Writ was ocrtr ' 

And if A Man wil! fue a Writ of Partitton br Laodf 
Lmdm, then he fKallhave a Writ unro the Mayor mnd 
rif!s tif LtHdmi in the Nature cf an AaditB fiureUf iod 
Writ fkatl be fnch : 

RtM Ms;§yi & Fii Load. fsUt\ £jr fMrte S^d^H- if t 

fr. tjm n§l>u tf #/fr«r/. ^W tum if ft R. & S, inftmul & ff§ 

S^ifi ii*ii0mf Motrm mufuAg. ium ftrtin. /■ Lond* tdm R. t^ 

fsrntim4 mdt ftiundwm Ugtm & imf^t, tjmfd^m Cii»rr#t./i 

umr^da*^ it ftun fm mm f^rmttt^g tit iffmmm S. & 

mn imdifwm & grsv^mnt^ iy tmttrm CmfmtmM tm 
CMtSft iis ksBinm •httntsm ^ ^ ffn k m sm*. $^ 'J^*^ 
fr^i^ft tfW9d Mudiis ifjwmm S. & 1. re hjtt pmHi f «#p#/» <r i»m 
imk iwsm W«f R* & S. Mwdttiffmt king tmdt p^rttrnm wmtu 
iifdtm S* t^ L (' ff^mi^u %lSiriut fitn f^tistm fwU dt jmt < 
ftwmdmm Cmjintudimtm Ctvitstit ftwdiB^ fmtrit f jfuW*, 

And by that it appeartth din by the Cnftom of i 
one Joint'Cenmnr, or Tenant tn coonnon^ Ihail have a Wt 
of Pmttion tgunil hti Cotnpanioo. 

Aod Parricion may be oiadc io the Chmzcty, m 
ofthf Coparceners b tn war! to cfae Uog. 

iVrit it Pdrihhm fAcknh. 

And Pamcion may be midc i 


Advowfon or of a Re* 1 1 H. 4,^1 
vetOon, ih«t one flitll h%ve the Reversion of fuch Acres, and ^^jfi:^' ^ 
•noihtr fhall have the Revcrfion of others Acres ; and fuch f ^ * 'f ' 

Partition may be without Deed. 


J E.4; 5? 

A»d it appearcch in 3 £,4, that Tentnrs in common may tition 7. 
make Partition by Deed. 

And Partitions berw'ixt Husbands and Wives ftaU bindj^H- ^. 5-. 
theWiuet, if they be equal. And by Partition mide of a ipH.<S.i;. 
Manner withotic (peeking of the Advowfon, the Advowfrn^*^'^^' *<^* 
doth remain in common. And Joint- tenants do make Par- J g'* ^^ 
dtion of a Mill without Deed, and adjudged good. THn, 47 JpK^f^, 

i* Ihm tkf$\ 

It one Coparcener doth leafe her Part unto another Co-^^kwm^ *' 
parcener for Years, yet ftic flia H have a Writ of Partition a. ^* ^3* P*^? 
gaiiia her Sifter during the Term of Years. '*^*^" ^' 

After Partition in the Chancery, Che which is within Agc,^! g^ ,^ ^^ 
aftet flie Cometh of full Age, if fhe have too fittic, ihall have Partirloo 10 
• Writ d% PsrtitfCTte fmsitndit againd her Sifter; or t Sf ir^ Thorpc. 
fsitsff upon the Record of the Pat lition in the Chancery,^^''*'^/ 
ag^nll her Coparcener, which Qia)I be returned into ihe^.*"v 7 
Chancery, e^'r. to ihew wherefore new Partition or Extent ^^^^^ **^ 
ihall not be made, &c. 

And Partition betwixt Coparceners, that one fliill have 10 £.1. Par* 
the Occupation of the Land from Esfttr until Augitfl, fofely r»iion 11. 

^•od in Severalty to her felfi and then that the others fliail.^.^^'^ 


■ cKCapy the Lands fokly and ftverally from AugHft to £#- ^J^^^^^j^j^^^^ 
^ /rr, yearly to them and theirs Heirs, is adjudged a good Bridgwa- 

w Partition tn the Time of King £ i- ^ tcr'a Ca^ 

Mr And by the fame Rcafon it feemerh t good Partition, if *c. 

Kffwo Coparceners have two Manors by dcfcenr, and rhcy 
make 3 Partition, that one Ihall occupy one Manor one Year, 
and the other the other Manor for that Year, and then that he 
who occupied one Manor one Year, Ihould occupy the o- 

^ thcr Manor for the Year following ; and Co chey and their 

B Heirs (hall change every Year, and occupy the Manor which 

^ the other Coparcener did occupy the Year before- 

And alfo Coparceners may mike Partition for Term of 

^ Lt^v or for Years. 

■ ^ And alfo Partition, that one fliall have the Land which V. f ;« Ur. 
is entailed, it\6 the other the Fee-fimple Land, is a good Par- ac xo H* d. 

^ rition^ and the ProGtfs in this Wiit ii Sam*, AJ»ikmimt^^^ 
' #nd Dififift iniinice. 



J0H di Exc$mmtimai$ tafknit* 

^J^\ VyBfott dtti Wrje OuH be gnorej, cht OnnifiMcy 
I^J^ 1^ GoQCicDpc Oi^ by cht P«fty qpIo Holy Ghiuncli < 
17 ^ji. (o be certified in^ " ifiotty hf cbe Biftofs by L 

« a. 6.'}. asAti hi^Sul iji rdiiciit by Ltccert oiijr be 1 

1^ Ar€k- imo the Cbanceiy by « ^Ibop tlcft,. before be be conAcm*^ 
^^^^ ^ ted : And etib tbe Ciine ouy be cettified b^ Letten olj ' 


CMiii4r7 elthmigh chit the Bilb)p be in hii Dinccfi » yet cIm ' 
immdfsie, cere of cbt Vicir-Gencrtl by hit Letters unto tbcC 
I ^»^''"*/ recking thee tbe Bilbop n in rtmHit m§tw/\ it 
'^Trff fliiJI not be irav«rfcd. And in Time of VicAticn of thm 
ImgJ^^f^^ Ihoptick^ the Orcifictte oaghtto be made by tbeGoeMi 
ttfttjfiftf '^ the SpirittliUies for the Time being, oc by the ~ 
1 jft%immn CbODi C^"^. if he be Goerdten of the Spirinieltief. 
titim^tmfo And upon this Writ he (hill have an aU^ and « 
p^JW*/*"*' end if they ere not anfwe*ctJ, an Arrtchmenr igai 
tlMf il^^hirl^'^**^'^* ^^^'^^ ^^^ theCoiufiefSy returnable m tiie 1 


And if the Excr^mmunicite hath nude SitiiCifiioni 

B«fitfkmktht€lhatch foe hit CoDtumacy and Contempe, &^* thtm 
lis] Btlbop or Vicar-General, or the Gtserdian of llie Spit 
rici, &€* u before is ftid, ooghc to ctttiif die Hing in 
Chancery, chat cbe Patty harh made Satn&ftsiMi tmto 
Chnrch for the Concempt» &£* and tbereopea be ibell ( 
fuch Writ to the Sheriff, vU. 

RiM Fit. Line. fslwC, Cnm S. &t fim midtmmimimu 
•mH Cf Cspflf EttUf^ kati Petti Ebor* ftd^ vsgmm^ m 
tboft 0d dimmlMtim. vrnrr* Psirm A. Wtntoo IfrA'^f '4»> 

Jiimtdmm Cmfmiud* t And, ptr u jgflitisn pr^giftwtmmt^ imtf 
fmMs Mttiifi^ ism di antfmftm fv^it dt injmr^ ti %Mmim mh-Mt 
fittrit fmtttfsB*^ i^m^^ ft iffif l>ttm, & CsfiSmlt, or cbtti« ^ 
ipfi EfHft$f§ Ah}$lutim^ kmifiitvm tn fmm, mtfmwmm m 
fcitt tidtm Diisnm & C^pituT, or chiiSp finf tdtm Efifa j 
itrm fust fmmtitmdti Jtgnjkmur'^ '^/^Jksva: 1 

& mm 0UMt dtrimau* m tsdm^ fim dilstkm d^trmi 
&c. VI 

And if the Sheriff will not eicctife that Wiit . be I 
in dttim and a Plmhj^ and Atuchment againll tbc Sbe 
diietled unto the CoronerSi tetumable into the King's Brae 

ff^rii de CautUm admittendA. 

^ And if che Patty excommonicued, who is (b Clken ind 
in Pt'ilbn, ofFtr fufficicnc Caution or Surety^ to abide the Or- 
dm^nces und Rules of th« Holy Church, and the Judges there 
"'-^ 'he Ocdintry do refufe for to take fuch Ciutton ot Sore* 
w-n he may have another Writ unto the Bifliop to admit 
01 [Tis CautioDi and the Writ is fuch : 

IVrit de Ciiutionc admittenda. 

&X venersbih't &c. Ex ^ara A. Cmm md iinantUHmtm 

l^pf^m tsnquam exc$mmumcst3tm & cts^et Eidtfit ttn^ 

fir carfuf fuum, jtcmndum C^fuetudimm Ang\ f€t 

\ Mtfirum Lincoln, ^c. Jufiictari frMctfirimm^ imtt (mtB, 

\Ufi.e. Z<c, fffa fttiffaSfiim ; Mk tfi tfltfifafn, qmd Hut iitm 

_ ,, :n fnma jwtk^ ut fir kn A^filmimi bmefiiimm 
ptjftt^ vot nihiteminm Cmutitmem bujufmvdi mh #9 sdm 
hnifmui rtiufaftk; dt ^m miramur : Et qmim mlumut 
omMd idtm A^ dimiw in prijmM comrm jufiitUm d^rintatur ; 
y^^ mMndamWi ^wd, Sfceptm m frmf^ta A. CsMttme prd* 
dJ0s^ tfffvm A. s friftitg tftid Hcsfipnt pr^mijfd ditintt. diUh* 
rsn mmuUtki siiipitn ft$od mftrum ift in bai pMrte txtquemur^ 

^ Anii if the Bilhofi will not fend unto the Sheriff to deliver 
tbe PerfcKi fo excommunicated, then he fiia]] h^ve iuch a Writ 
out of the Chancery for to deliver him, 

i?#j( yit\ &C. Et fMrti A» ^tf» ai dttwriiatrVft Hftmritkir^ 
&C. mnA rcheaiTethe Wiitfent before unto the Bifliof> for De* 
Ihrer^nce of the Frifonfri ^€ Et tjuis mimmui qufd idtm A. 
diwtisif in frifms^ C9ntr. jupittsm dttintm^ * Tibi fr^cipimm^ fumi 
hfnfritt per fen. tutt ttftddf dd pr^fdt* Epift\ 6* tx fmrti mflrm 
wmmmi & ifficMtit* irtdUts, «r, mtcfpts mif tidsm A Cmtuiont fTMd\ 
iff^m A. ^ frifms prgidiBd, mtmltt dilihcrmri* Bt ft idtm Epif' 
tipm ^it Cuflsr in fraftntim tuM id f^are mUtrif^ tune tpfmm 
A. m frtjms fr^iiffsy fi em uci^fimi^ ^ n§n mUb duiniMtttr m 
Msdem^ dihktrtn f9i\ Teflt, fitc. 
b And upon thii Writ he fliatl haire an Alims and t ?lftrit§ 
onto die Shcritf ; and if he do not fctve the Writs, he ihiU 
Atrachment againl^ the Sheriffr but fo Oiall he not 
I flgainA the Bifhop, &c. 
And if the Bi£hop do certify by hi^ Letters into the Chin^ 
fhtt he hath ftnt unto hts Official or Archdeacon to 
he Party Excommunicate, then the Party fiiall have 
.ato the Shtriff reheat fmg thofc Letteri, ^t. Ft^it 
fsiipimm^ ifUfd pr^d* A. ftim v^if* unftMrt pottrit ipf^ffi s^ 
nffrunicMtimi fnm pr^d* ptr pr^d. Ofic, vH A^chidimm^ 


.0 \y 





Writ di CAUtiont ddmhtmdd. 

Bkjkhi^ i fHjimm fmidttinti\ fiti msfam, & im sUi^ 

Aftd Upon ihir WHr he (haH h4ve in ^/j/. Pltf^U 
Aftichinefif jgimft the Sheriff'^ if he ()o not Icrve thc^l 

And yet ir feem$ thtt tiie OfTicttI cr? Arcbd 
whom the BiiKop bath frnt hii Lerteri to ■btbkt 
if not bound to cerrilic the Sheriff that he hath lb 
ters ; but the Sheriff ought to go or fend to chcm t 
the Troth thereoff and thereupon to dclivtr tht P«itf ' 
the Otfhop, or he who excommunicated Kim^ tM 
^hofe Certificate the Party waj takcn^ may cofl 
Shetiff CO deliver himi as it appeareth by the Wi 

And if a M^n be exccmman! cited, and take 
^miftavtt^ and after offeri Caurion unto the Bid 
the Chuech^ and the Biihop do refufe, for v^hic 
a Writ to the ShetiiF, to go unto the Bifhop, 
htm to take Ciurion, ^<. now if (he Bi(Kop tfe 
Conference, or (Jandcth in Doubt whether the 
deliver hiro by that Writ, the Btikop may ptrn 
rher Writ direQed to the Sheriff Tecitifig theCa(^ 
the End thereof, Ttki p^^npfwrra, rfu$d tffum K, 
df0*f niji im ft^fntlz tuM egtititnem ^ignwrmK W i 
fifi» it fmiffMiund. dtuierit^ nuUtUnm dttiStru 0$ff 
n$fin^ Jtu ipfim Eftft$fi^ in bmc psnt jftcimh, Ttfit » &e.' 

And if tie Bi&op do take Caution of the Party t^ 
Hoty Church, then the BiQiop may certiftt the Umt in 
Chancery^ and theret pon the Party ibdl have a Wri| 
the Sheriif for to de^it er him. i 

And if the Sheriff do del^rer fuch Perfofil etfoa( 
eate viichoat Order of t^w, then upon Complaint of 1 
(hop into the Chancery, he B^%^\ have a new Wtit ^ 
new Sheriff ichearfing the Matter, command tog ksQj 
tht faid Perfon, and tr» detain hiro in Priioti; 
the f*me Writ he (hall command the Sheriff, r^^ 
old Sheriff to anfwcf ihe King in htf Bench fo 
tempt : And if the Sheriff who fcrteth the Patty i 
yet Sheriff, then it feemeth the Writ ft ill be awa 
the Cnrmicri to apprehend the Parry cicommtinic 
to caufe the Sheriff to ippeir, tie* as before U U\^* 

And if a Man be cKcommaricated before the i 
of air/«rj/, &c. and the Chinceltor doth certide tk 
oiitffiicaMnn into the Chancer y« ift. upc«nlhe fame( 
the King fliall award a H^mj^t^vft unto the Sher]| 
pfabrtid the Party \ and the Writ Ihill be fuch; 


lid* I 


fFrh de CttHthne admittenda. 


i. 0]ton\ ifMi fTt tcmport futrii^ fir Liurms fuas p^untu 
m*i' mfiro Angl. fr9 uwpwf exifttm, fignijtcsrt p4(^ & ur* 
umri tie n^minikm fingukruvi dt jurifMiiim€ ff^tf, CsnciU 

fi\ C5* f i*w/ di£}, C^ftuU. mftr^, ffttt pr9 Umptrt fmrif^ Brtvim 
'rsfori & fid m^gm Sigili<f wftn €mfien0ri fmt, ft^ tsptinte 
wm fiM fie ftr diQum CMnceS. Oxon. fuert txamvumicMti^ tf 
> ^fimdffigin'.a dits prifevtrmvir, in f#i. dd fignif five c/ftif, *>• 
fCsnctS*OK0n. fupr»diB\ pr^ut in Liter, nifir. patent, imdi 
fiBii plmiui indt ce»:imt* \ mc Joli F. Cmtceil, Univerfitsttt 
w£^ &c, pit Litetss fuMt, 8cc» ^mi W. diB. &c. fuM jurif* ' \? * 
^mii prppter fumm^ ficc ds in thtWrit, And ^u^ire U the •, 
tniverftty of Csmkridgt hive fuch Privilege | it feemeth 
icy have. 

If a Man be fucd in the Spirirual Court, and he purchaft 
a Prohibition and deliver the fam^, and nocwithilanding 
they proceed, for which Caufe the Defendant futtb an Ac- 
rachment upon the fame Prohibition, and pondaat the Ac- 
Cachmenr, the Defendant in the Spiritual Court is ciconw 
municated, and the (ame certified into the Chancery, by 
reaibn whereof a Signifitsvit is awarded unto the Sheriff* 
agalnft the Defendant tor to take him : Now the Defendant ^ H* i^ 
may come into the Chancery , and Oicw how that he had a .*lVti^*^ 
Prohibition, and an Attachment thereupon againd the Par* 
ty, and that pendant the Attachminc he is excomcnunica- 
ted. and the ^/^»j^f4xra awarded to take him. Now upon 
ttut he Dull have a Super ftdiof direded unto the fame She* 
rlift reciting ilf the Matter, commanding him not to cake 
hicn ; and if he do take him for the Occafion aforefaid, rhac 
he deliver him d$nec Piadfum dtBi AttAchiament, futrit dijat£l 
&c. And thiiWrit (hall iflue out of the Chancery, if the 
Attachment be not returned tnro the King's Bench. But if 
the Attachment be returned into the King^j Bench, thea 
he (hall have this Writ of Supefftdtas out of the KingV 
Bench, ot out of the Chancery, at his Pleafure. And it 
ought 10 appear by the Certificate of the Bi(hop, that he 
haih been entcommunicatcd by the Space of foity Days, bo- 
fore iht Sigvifiemvit ihall be awarded. 

And \i a Man he fued in the SpirituaT Court, or the Bu 

op fue or cite htm £x 9fflci9^ and excommunicate him, and 

'Be the fame into the Chancery, and apon the f^me a 

Itsvii is awarded unto the SheriiF for to apprehend 

&e, and afterwards the OfHcial by Letter* cert i fie into 

Chancery, that he hath appealed ftoin that Sentence 




144 Writ Jk Cmi^m MAmiUndd. 

anco the Cmtrt of Rmm^ or onto (ht Coott of Qmfnki^^ &c« 

tbm upon chat C€rtfftcite be flull hwt a Writ of i^t^fiim 
dtm directed onfo the SheriiT^ reetting tbit be bich a^ivil* 
tdf cofiumndine liim oot co i|>pfdi<r)d him ftmdims§ Jtfffi' 
UHmiii mg$fU fifrmdiB* ; or tbuf , to rurceafe, dmmt ii Cmfi* 
ih mfrt mtiwd imdi dmerhmm vrdmand*, *\hI nhm tsUm ditm | 
wrhiif, to forceafe, 5cc in<l he httb apprebrtided biia ts 
msjtme^ twm iffum d frifmm ftM^ ^um, &c. dihkrmi fmia 

And after the SignifitMvit twarded igtinil fke Partjr. tf 
be bring the Pc^pe*! Bulli tnCo the Chtaccry, (fftiffiof ^bae 
fie barb appealed from rbit Sentence, isc, h« fball fktre. 
Upon haT« a Su^HftdtAt unto the SbmiT ; and in rtit twpfr^ 
fukm ie bibovecb not to make mtiKton of the Po)>t*f Qdlli^ 

but to fay, yW ;^u »; />rr inPrummts fuitUts, &c, And he 
ought to prove htt diligence in fuing hit Appul by Witf^ef. 
fei. Of by Oitb, and within the Year of tbe Ttnie of bii Ap-^ 
pcaf fued. And the Rule in the Regifter is Wriuof i^p«r> 
/Wp#f (hsngmg /f^t^if) 9mghi mi t§ hi if it do not tppHt 
•poll Record fn the ChiAcery chat iho, sSgmficMvit 1% graatid 
and paffed, &r. 

^ And rhit Writ of Signifta^it doth not lie hot wher^ • MiH f 
, is eacommunr Cited by a Special Ntme« and in a Special Suit 
agiind him by tbe Ordtmry Ex Ojfiii, or by the P«fty, 
lot that 1^ called S mttntts ma^t^ii tstitmmmatmtiwtk^ ifid OpOtl 
Cerrificate thereof in the Chinasry doth the Writ lie, ftut 
fbberc be is not efpecially excommOAletttd, &t. tldiodik 
that the Biikop certify tbit be it eic<)fDnitmtcattd m iimm* 
i*s Exiwmwhfiiustiiftif, tjpon that thii Writ of Snm/fifBv4f dorli 
Hot lie, for they anghr to exprefi the Ctufe, and fut agaaoft 
blin fpecially in the Certificate. 

Upon an Eiccommcngmtnt certified bf the Popf*i BnUf 
Ugmtfiisvii fh%\\ nor be |i;rantcd» 
t^f J ^^ • Biftiop certify an Etcommengmeet Into the 
tx E, 4- i;, eery, made tn TitDc of hi* PredeccfTof, and the Contuaiacyj 
t^' ^€ be OiiH have a $gmfi.avit thcreailoii : But upon the 

itHv*" '♦'Cetctficate of tbe Commiifiry, or Official of an Vt^ix*^^ 
- ^^ "- '- -•-- ^^ ^^^ Of fheContunn: 

'^' i^^f 11- man n»*t a u gmp*mi/if ii 

|tj''*' '♦'Cetctficate of tbe Commiifiry, 01 
oUri 1. a Nn g f oen t In tbe Cbincery, and 


m^C0Vit (hi I! not be granted V nor opon the C* 
an Abbvr, who htrh otdintry JtirUdtWon, f 
bengment in Chancery, i Siimfissvit flull nus 

If a BfOirtp certify in Cbincery^ that aaeiliir BtfhM 
ktth certiBcd him that the Patty t> EtcomimiatcAte in hb 
Dktcf^t «fKl fo bath rtouifled i| fke SpKe of foity Dj> ^ 

Writ dt Cdutionc admhtcnda^ 

tht {jme Certificate is void, and « ft^mfitavit fliall not bt 
granted tbereiipon- 
B ITa Man ht cxcommcngeii In the Splfirual Court, »nd the 
Utthopccnitie die fimc fn the Chancery and harh 4 Wnt of 
$igfjific4vit directed unto the Shriiff to apprehend the Vit*1 
ry, and th« Dcfrndant do appcil tiato the Court of Rnti^' 
«Qd hafh Bulls and Infirumnus eiclubited into the Chance- 
ry to prove the fame ; thm upon thtfc Bu'Is, &c. ihe^ed 
in Chancery he finll have a Ipccial Sttre fstimt^ rchearfing 
all the marrcr dirfQcd tmto the Sheriff, ro warn the Party 
«c who(e Suit he was excommunicarcd to appear in the 
Chancery at a certain diy, to Ihcw c^uft: why he nughr noc 
to furceafc to apprehend the P-iiry fo cxcomniyiii:arcd de» 

■ pending the Gmc Appeal ; and alfn commanding chc Sheriff 
to take fufficicor Sureties, wh«> will anfwcr Body for Body 
for him who is fo cxcnrnniunicarcj, to putfue, ^f. and to 
do unto the Party as the Couu thatl awird. and that fhett 
he do furceaie to apprehend him. And if the S'lCriff rc- 
liim the Writ of Uirt fdnas^ that he hath warned the Pirtyi 
and h»rh fcnr the Writ unto the Bailiff of the Liberty, who 
^ bad given him Anfwer, that he hid urarned the Party at 
B whole Suit he wjf fo excammunicared, to appear m rht 
W Chancery at the X^vf given by the Writ, ^t. Now if chc 
Party who wis returned warned doth not come to appear^ 
lh«n he who was cjccommunicated fliall have another Wric 
tinfo the Sheriff for to deliver him, &c. if he harh appte* 
■ hefided him ; and if he hath tint takt a him, that he do fur* 
Hceafe for to apprehend him, c^''^, 

B And if ■ Man be excommunicated by the Ctfl^op, and 
B after the Vicar-Generat certifi:th the Ame into the Ch«n. 
eery, becaufe the Billiop ii m rtvs^tlt^ for which a Signfi^ 
iS'^it I! granted, and he is taken by it ; and theu he vA^ho is 
apprehended, by Im Friends fheweth in the Chancery how 
that he hath appealed unto the Court of QAntcri/urj^ which 
he followeth with EfftQ: Upoq this Surmife he iLall hav^ 
a Writ unto the Sheriff who hath the Party cxcommenge ia 
his Cudody^ commanding him that he warn the Bifhop or 
the Vicar^General, and him who fued the Proccfs againfl 
the Patty excommengei to appear in a certain Day in the 
Chancery, to Oicw whercfote the Patty fliould not (pmdfme 
JpptQmti9m) be delivered ; and ilfb to caufe the Party excom* 
menge under fafe Cuflody ro come, and to do as the Couct 
iha)] conHder in the faid C^ufe. 
D If the Bifhop do excommunicate a Man, and cerfifieth 
the fame into the Chioccry, and thcrcupoa a Siptjt^svft U 

P ^ awarded, 



i^ Writ de CMtUu Mdmhunds. 

ft vttdcJ, wfyi tile fvvf tikfti thet cby, ioA be focrii Ap|M«] 
iOCibeCoittf ^fOnfrr^j^y ornfftfUK. &c «cid lif tb 1 i^ov 
fmim aftittd che Bi (hop ti afct ?fai<), it>d ^g linft the P«tfy, 
CO aofirer in CHiiKcry, mnd fhew CiuTc why lii ftooM not 
be deUvrred ; by which liic Bifh'^p •ful the Piifjr u% 
wtn>ed, ef)4 ippctr not, for irhich C^ntt ibt Ptrfy U 4«li* 
vered : Now if he who tt nicamBiunicAf ed « HI fye «oy A- 
fikm in the Common PIcts, ar in thcRingYBeoch, or ctfe* 
where, tf he think the otbcf Pirty will f^kid the EJt^ooi* 
munication againft him in the Coounon-Flets or t\Umh^^ 
then he fhiU have e fpecttl Wrtr of Sdgnifosv^i anfv^ Hi* 
Jydiccj of rhe Cotart where he fyeth, rehetififrg ell tho 
Mttrer iiifo(c&id, &c, commanding them Copmeed/ra»« 
dttm Ufgfm & amfuttisJincm Rtgmi* 

If the BiOiop certtfie into the CKarxery am Excotiumutt- 
cation made et the Suit of any one, and ih^reupnci « lijoif. 
fisvii i« aw aided, and the Party •pprehendcd i QOW lit 
who if apprih'-ndrd may hy hii fPrietidi Ihew ill the Qam* 
cery^ fhat he futd an Appeal from that Sentence in the 
Court af Csw$frhmj With tSc^\ and hy Stire f^ist 'fturfl 
the Bi(hop, and the Party ac whofe Stiit he was ejceommo- 
Aicated. retnroed at t cef tatn Day inro the Chancery ; Alrf 
ehertopon be OuU hive a Writ onto the SlieriC rebeaf^fiag 
•M the Matrer, crmmanding htm thereby to warn the Bl* 
fhop and rhe Party tn b* tn the Chancery at the Diy of the 
lUctim of the Writ, to fcew what they can fay wWcfm 
fbe Paity ftiall not be deti^efcd j and alio by rbe laoie Wtir 
COtnmandiog rhe Shenff that he rake fufficienc Scirttics of 
the Party eicommunicared co appear in the Cliaiioery ac 
rbeTame Day, and tf> carry him Hack again omoPfi(b(i» ifike 
Court ar the fame Oty (hall fb think fir ; ai^d in ch« nmai 
lime to let him go at large by hif Sijrcrics, <^r. and ttm if 
■r the Day of the Return of the Wt it the P^rty escocD- 
rrtnnicated doth not appear, nor bii Bail, fhm fbill a new 
Writ be awarded unto the Shrriff to app'rhrn%l the P«fty 
OECOmmtimcared again, &t. dtnn [mIU S:titf£ tmm dt mt* 
Hmftm fu^m di injttrtM mh e$ fgent fmirfttt | Ofid « Ub lO tr-^ 
rtu the HiiT, rn appear before the King to Ml 0erch at o 
certain niy» d*;. ^d f^ttsfmdm tmm 9^ fmsm f^^tf. S^j4$f9^ 
ond bim at whofc Sait he was etct>auiiaoic*trd ; and nrtbct 
to do as the Courr ih§\\ a vard. And if at fbe Day given in 
Chancery by rheWttt of Uirf fs€isf, rbe Bifltop, and ibft 
Parry at wlwre Suit he was eicommunicared, do •fpmt^ 
and alfo be who wai excommuoicarcd, and the Marttr cui* 
DDT be dcrtnnined chat Day ; Then Day ikall be gimi o^u 





WHt dt CdHthne admittendu* 

cntoborh Parties, at i certain Day at another Term, &f.^afiA 
then the Parry cxcommunkare diall have a fpcciaJ Suftrfi* 
desf unto the Shcriffj rcheariing the whole Matter, com* 
manding him that he do not apprehend him n\[ that Dij, 
Cfr'f. if he have not of her Commandment from the King, &e. 

There are other Writs in the Regifter which arc called t^^J 
Writs of Shnftn^tt^ bectiufe they ftiall not be granted 
before that the Bifhop hath made Certificate by his Lctteri 
onder his Seal of rhe Matter in the Chancery, upon the 
which the Writs (hall be fo granted. And the Writ If, 
Inhere a Man is a Cferk convift for Felony, and afterwards 
makes Us Purgation ; now thcBilhop fliaJl certific this Pur- 
gation into the Chancery by his Letters, &c. and thereupon 
the Clerk convift (hall have a fpecial Writ out of the 
CHancery diicfied onto the Sheiiffj to reflete him to his 
Goods and Chatreh, 

Rtx yk* Lincoln'. /*/«**. Cum C de P. ^erfawM EctUfut it 
R. nuftr dt rdffttt uxfit S* t^ di Mfft/rimc. Umrum Ju^rmm^ 
i^rum diliffo C? Jideli mftro W. & fmii fuis Jufttc. mfirki 
pnut mts iftf eid Epif&9pt UheratttSf ihidcm im^cenii^m fwc 
mm fitfif etdtm crtmint cor 0m eodtm Qrdin^rh iegitimi purg0' 
^irit, Jicut idem Epifi. per Liter at fuM fmtenta mhk fignifis* % 
Tiki fr^Cpmrn, qnod cid* C, Urrst, knit ^ t^tsllA fits per ft 
in m*nitm mfir^m 9ei0jtmt fr^mif, (s^tM^ ttfi frgsm ftcerit 
tsd, tc€3ji7ritf fnt diUtlwnt nftituss^ dt^stis mfirsfpeciMli* Ttfti, 
[ And the like Wtir for the Heir of the Clerk, after his 
I Death, to deliver the Lands *into him, tc. and in the End of 
the Writ are thcfe Words, fint diUtione de grsiiM w*frM fpt* 
iiMli ; by which it fecmcch that thcfe V/otds, dt grattm mfn^ 
fpefiMii, arc not nee eiliry Words, butWordsof Form fot the 
King'f Honour, and that the King of right otighc to make 
fuch Rcftirution. 

And if a Mao do demand his Clergy before the Jofticeff, 
and reads as a Clerk, and the Ordinary is demanded, and ^ f • ^ Dn 
Cometh nor, for which the Juftices command tht Clerk to J* J* StamL 
Goal again, &i. now at thcSatt of (hcOfdinary, or of his Vi* 
car-General, unto chc King, or hIsChanccllor, hefiiall havc^ 
Writ out of the Chancery direfted to the Juftices of Goal* 
delivery, reciting the Matter, commanding them that they 
fend onto the Goaler to doliver him unto the Ordinary. 
\ And if a Man be taken out of a Church, ot out of Sao* 
[ilKiiry againil his Will : Now Iff he Bifhop certifie the /Vtatter 
Ifcy his Letters Patents under hii Seal into the Chancery, Crc, 
MtraringReflitution; then the King Ihall fend his Writ unm 

P a tht 

IVrit dc Homim rcflegiMdc. 

thoJuJ^of GioI*iicUv«fy» r^icmg Matter^ cmnmacid* 
trig rhcmto bring lick the PtityCo tbo PltCfi fiom wbmct 
he t%i* fjik^n, 

ir in Abbot or Prior ccnificrh by Kii Lftrers utiJcr liii O 
Seil, %huh\% M«^nk, Fiiir, Citicin, ii vtgrarit out of hii Or* 
dcr, (J-f in the Country ; rhcn upon thit CcTttfi:»tc he (ball 
have 1 Writ unto the Shenjf, to acreft in4 «pprehend btsif 
•nd ro deliver him unto his Abbot ot I'fior. e^^, ur to tHetr 
Knomty^ to chaAifc him iccotdtng to the iluU of his Or* 

IVrit de Homine replegiamio, 

IN divers Cifci a Min fliall not hive this Wiif, althoilgli 
he be uk^o and detained ia Prifon : As if a Man be ap* 
p emended for the Death of a M*n, or be taken by rlie 
Kiug'i Commmd ; or if a Man be apprehend -d by the Cnrn* 



1^ C»C|f< 

mind of rhe Chief J'ifticc^ «i it appcircth by the Rcgiftcr* 
But fhe StJturc of IVtJf. i, i<» that he fliil) nnt be rcplcvirabl* 
ff bf be rakcn by r\\c CommAod of the Jufticaat and doth ooc 
fiy of the Chief Jufticc, 

And i^fo if a Man be taken by the Commind of the JtiflL 
Cf* of the I'orefV, or if a Man be outlawed, or if a Man ' 
ibjnrr the Realm^ or if a Man be Approver^ Of if a Man be 
taken for l-elony with the Manner ; or thofe who break the 
KingS Prifon, or thofc who are Common or known Thieytf^^ 
or tlufe wbo are appfsleJ by Approver fo long 2t the Af 

S rovers live, if they be not of good Fame, or for burning of I 
loufet felrntouny, or th^fe who counterfeit the liing% Mo««l 
ney, or the KtngS Sti\ ot rhofe who are taken by Certifi-J 
care of the Iliihnp by a Writ de ExctmmimUstt f^itm^ 
thof* who are ipp^ehmded for Ttealbn, or thnfe who 
cornea by tWiiiof Kfdtftifift.^c. all chefc Perfnat arcfioc" 
ba hb(e by I hit cmnmin Writ di ttrm n* rr^l-f:0md§^ BbC 
f r ^ rhcy ought to mike their Finc% o- i- Kng, 

auj thereupon! to have i Special Writ r ut thole 

who do keep fhem in Ptifon, re / they have bcni 

fined, codimanding them for to tir m. 

A )d if two or three Men be taken aqA iinpri(nn<d, thry F 
Oay fue a joior Writ dt H^mifu ^*fh^U§^ And \ rr n ^ 

ll 4 |i. foch a Writ fued by two iMHfcited i b 

%d the 

^U ^ feem% the Law if, they may fue joi 
^"•^ befuch! w 

Rtx Fif. Lincoln*, Sec. Pr^d^imM iTii^ fp»/ 

diUh rtflti. {m\ r C* V D- f*a/ la # r-/. 

HP m ditUar^ viif fail D. & E. iff^fmi. & c^/i 

Wth de Hemine rtfligtanio. 

Mthm \ nij^ {^ft famnt per f^/tds! f^^ttft. mjfrum, vd i*pt. 
tsiu y^flii, mflrt^ *\jtl pr» wrffrff htfnin, ^.tl pro tvrff!^ mff'^, 
n;tl pro alijn$ aiio uBo^ ^uart Jaundnm ctrnjiteK Angh nw Jtnt 
r*fl*i ; M nmfUm cUvin-im tmo t^udiMmut fro difiBu jufius^ 

And upon tfitt he ftiall have an Alias and PlurUs^ and 
Attachment, if need be. But if h^ uho ipprchenderh rhe 
Wan do claim him ai his Vifljiin, and the fame is rertirned 
by the Sheriff upon the Ahts or the PUnii^ then the PUin- 
Ctff fhall have another Writ of Pluriis to (be ' Sheiiff 
thus : 

Rex r/f% &C* ^um tihi phr^ pr^epffifPtm^ quod trjufity &C* 
W. ^uetfi H. c pit, & e4pt. tend, ut dicitur^ nifi £*pt, tjfet, 6c C. 
nm fit ffphgiitirlUt *Vil mitt eanfam fi^n ficM^is, quMre^ ficC, 
#t tu mhn raQT-nafli^ q%o4 *ccrjj§pi ad Minirtttm pr^ediB^ H» 
sd rtplf gland, ihidcpi pr^d W. jtixta tenonm mandati mfir* • 
fr^d*^ fid pr^d^ H* detkeratim corporU ipfim W. nott fie^i pf^ 
miff, to ^md ufait ipfum W. ejfe nativum & fugitivum fmtm 
Msnfrii Jut prdi. thmandc jf4s nstivrtatif dr ftt^ituns in pet* 
fima ipftta W. infta dimifinw Miner ft fui^ &c. Sot mhnttt *f:(9d 
fr^d, W. / H^€f hmi fir^ p r Inj^frnQdi c^priov. & cUmcum 1(^0 
i§mmum dyfiituat*^ tibt p-^ctpinmsy qu^ jt pr^d* VV, invmtr, 
tiifi Jugitirnt, CaufioH\ &c. tjftrJi sormntt^k a dieS.^'ichJn 
xv,dir:, &c. adrcfpitid, pr^ef* H* /J, &c. tmtcipjwn W. ;mtrm 
rrpL fac*^ juxts tcntr* tnandafornm n^ftrprumf Sec, Et nshiiominfti 
fi pir^ft V^ .fturtt te fcur, de clam, fuo, 6cc, tm: pont par vad', 
&C. prjid* H. i^md fit ioram ndk ad diem pr^du^nm, prrd W* 
di eapfiotti & cidmeo pr^td, rrfp. Et hahas iH nfrnina PU^\ iif^ 
he Breve, 8tc. 

And in the fame Manner it thall be done in t fUmifii n* 
fligiandi : ff the Defendant claim the Plaintiif as^ hi) Ward, 
then upon that rcttirncd at the Pluries by the SheriiF, the 
PUintiflf (hill have a Special Wnt as afnreiaid, rtcjting that 
he holdcth. the fame Lind of the Defendant by Socage, 
and not by Kaighfs-fcrvice ; commandrng the Shcrilf lot 
to deliver him, and to admit the Defcndanr by Plcd^jcs to 
appear at a ccitain Day, as afore is faid, to anfi^er unto the 
PJaintiif, 6t. 

And if a Man be taken wlthtn the Cjnquc*Forti» then ha 
iball hive a W'n: no repbgtaud^^ dircftci unto the 

ConO:h!t? of f> V unto the Warden of the Ctn^i'e* 

Po: f Client p ia the Nature of aa Aidita fm-els^ 

aqti J] be ? 

KfjertWVfia, ccc. dhJiahiUr. Coflri fui Dovci', &c, &CuPod* 
<!?§/','/ ,vf pj^tiiUTt f'Arum, vil tjiu Inum ttmntt, [uluttm. Mm** 

P \ dimm, 



H^rh dt Homme rtfUghnJk. 



dMmm ^^iM^ ^9d muditm fmtrtU Aw ^wm 6. uft, ti infrs 
hrisi,fwtmmmp'^di£tU0ftmmt€mt, utduitsf. vicsrtffwttws 
ttnta f$nihm ^r^d\ gmttttjjttt krtt tnd< ttr^m rsnmihtt, iffm 
A- /? ftCuMdiim Liitm & Qmfuftud" firtuum fr^d rrfliiidHm, 
lit juerit^ TtfUf^iMti f0ti0tk^ ntfi (0ft fit ^tf fpHiMU f^mc ftwm 
n$ftrnm^ *vti (BfitMm Jnfit^ mffirj^ &c* nt smfUm indt ttsmnm 
stidUwMfndffiBtijuP'uw^ 8ec. 

And if a Man be rtkeo hy the OfiKcrs of the F<neft« tbeo 
he fli«y] hive a Writ dt Hmint rt^tfpmndi linco die Keeper 
of Che ToreO, in Tuch Form. ViZ* 

Rttt dtliB^ & fid^li fti* W. di B. Cufltdi fjfrtfs /■* titrm 
Trcnc\ W *\h9 Innrn ttntnti in Ftrffis di S. MMmdrnmrn 'udm\ 
^mdJIA &B* (sm & ditenU im i§rifis ii S, fm *^^^^ 
Vinmtimu ptr iffpi JsBm^ ut didtwr^ tmdi indtBst. Jtmt, $W9m, 
v«^/i, viz. ut^rfui tfrumf dtu^iteim pr«ht 4:r UgMltt hwmin^t dk 
B^Sivs vtflr0^ ^m ec/ mmwucMfttnt kmbtrt ctrmm Jmfiti* mfirk 
frtxim itintrsnitim sd f/jm# Fvrtfia in Cmp. N, tmm mpmrfH 
$i!dt vtnifint^ nd fisnd. fiff4 dt frwnfg* fra£ } lnw tpfn A, Cf J 
B. B fitmdum /iffl f$fifi4t refUgi^htia fntr* frsd. xit. imttim^^ 
iridM in k*lt, fuut fr^d, tji : S" hsktM ik inmius iB$rmm mi^^ 
ktminum^ & hu Bnvt. T'Jttf &C, 

And if the Wfttden trill not btti him, he flitll hrrt in § 
Mm tnJ Pturits igainft the Warden^ dircAed onto th$ 
Shetiff, to actich hicn to anfarer beibre the Kbg in hti^ 
Bench^ and to Iketir wherefore he has net repTevtcd hioufl 
tic. And in the fame Writ it ftall be conrair)ed» thit ht CiU^ 
to him the Verdrrors^ to deliver him who is fo taken in the 
Presence of the Verdetors by good B*il, and that r 
riff do deliver the Names of the Biil umo the fame Q 

Off I to tnfwer before the JuAices in the neit £yte~ Aod 00 
Man ftall be taken nor tmpiifoned for Vert orVentfixi, tf 
he be not found in the oiaoncr, or indited ; in which CaJ^ 
be Ihall be fct to Bail by the Watden tx Offii.i, or oihct* 
wife by Wrir, ai is aforcfaid, C?^, I 

For banting in the King's Chafei, or m the Chalea of o» 
ther Men, he ought to be fued at the Common Law ; iiid ftr 
the fame a Man ftall not betaken and imprifoned, uiitU bt 
be convi<!led at the Common Law in an ASion fbc7« 
brooght jgainfthim. But for hunting in Pat kf» 6"^. ^^.n . . 
(kill nave an Adion within the Year and Day upon 
tare oftVifi. n ^af,to« But aftet the Year iiid Day tne jum 
{bAll have Suit. ^^ 

And if a Man bath any Firk within the Boandf of uiir 
ForeO, which Park i$ not inclofed according onto the Al- 
^9 of the Forefii &(. then it flialt be feifed iofo tbff lUo|'ff 





Writ de Hcmnt refUgUndo* 

Hmi% ; and then the Party ftiall Havc a fpccul Wilt of Rf 
f/r%;/ff^ to repltvy a Park out of the King% Hands : And (he 
p Writ iifgch, 

R/Jt dtUa. tt/dcJt Jm W, B. Cwjfaii, &c, w/ f^V /trtw r#- 
jumfi in F^rtfla de S- /i/iii'. M*nd»ffius ^vthk^ tfnod pjtrtum A* 
\ di B. iff* U fui ff itifts mnts Ftrgfi^ mflut f^^d'i & q^t, fT$ 
ft ^u^d n»n includitur jnmdum yfffifsm f9Mljt, tM^tuf tfi^ tt( dici^ 
fur, in m^nnm 7t$firaw, fi f*smid^tm Ajjif^m Ftrcff^ rtfh^ishilH 
€*etfiMr, iidcm A. tifjut ad »dv€nium ^upic, PUcif. Ftrtfl^ in Cpm, 
ft^di&^ riflgitfri fac\ Ttfit^ &c 

In klhmtnt refigMJid^, the Defendant dalms the Plaintiff 5 H. >• 
Ibf bis Villiin, and the PUinrifF pleads that he is free, and 13 H.'7'Tj^ 
fairh that the Defendant harh r»kcn hh Goods, and prays ^^ '^**'- 
that he may gag-^ Deliverance, &c. for which the Defendant'*'' ^P*^^ 
doth gage Dfiliverincc, Em the PUinriffniall not find Sure- ^'//fj^j^^^^ 
ti«« that he thall rc-dclivcr the Goods^ &^, if he be found ^/ Difir^i^ 
Villain* ^^ nfi, td.6 £.4.8. m. But 

But in a Htmine rtfUgtMnd^^ if the Defendant claim rhe<5F.. 4* t, 
Plainri^as his Vilkin, the p].Tintilt ought to find Sureties ^j *^,*^"^j: 
ta deliver hu Boiiy to the Defendant if he be found his ];lf^J^^^ 
Villain, ^pd ttid P, jr £ }. ^ 5<*r«f/" 

In a Hamint rt^Ug* ^he PldntilF was hound in a Recogni* ug 1 
Ikncc in a certain Sitm of Money unto the Defendants Ufe, 
that he would fuc him cum tfftSiu ; and if the Writ be aba- 
ted for any Caufe, yet he ought to fuc another Writ far 
tlic raking, &t, othcrwifa he Oiatl forfeit that Recount fa nee, 
%% it appear ethf H- 8 fJ. 4. 

If a Nian fue a Hvmint re^cg and tht; Defendant claim the 
Plaintiif for his Villain, if the Sheriff return the fame upon 
the Miaf. or upon th« Pluries^ in the Kfng^j- Bench, or Cora- 
fDOO*Pleaf, whe^e the Writ is returnable^ then upon h'urc* 
tici found in Courr where the Writ ii returned by the 
PlatntiCro yield his Body, &c. he ihali have a fpectal Wrk 
unto the Sheriff for to deliver the Plaintiff out of Prifon, 
<^^, Uut by the Regider he fliall have a fpecial Writ unto the 
Sheriff to take Sureties of the Plaintitf, and ro fue with effc^, 
and 10 yield hh Body, ir> &c- But ihc Uf»gc at this Day k, 
that he find Sureties in Court, &c. ard not to award a Writ 
Uoeo the Sheriff to take Surer iet, ^uod vk M. 8 H 4, 3. 

And in a Uvmmi rtphg. tf the Sheriff re tutu that the De- 
fendant hath efl ined the Plaintiff's Body, Co that he cannot 
deliver him ; then the Plains iT thill have a Cspisi in U^itkit' 
nam to cake the Pefendaot's Body, and to keep the fame faa. 
uj^Mt, &c, whether he be a Peer of theRcilm, or other com> 
mon Peifon. Aad if the SherifE reiurn N^fi t{i inviwut in 
P 4 • thU 



UYn ie Rtfleghn Jk Avtriis. 

</tlils C0fiM in H'itbimamof iKe IJady, thm the PUlntiff fliiH 
bivc « C#f i.«r iif Witkirnsm a^unA the Uclctukot^i Ggodi^ ^#» 
^|M^ rii^# M. 1 1 II 4. in Title tif mtkffHMm. 

IVni dc Ri'pL'giarc iU Aifc^iis. 

IV i Man ukc mofc liv« Cttik tban ont B<iO, tkntht D 

R/JC. btCs Fr^tifimui uhi^^tU jitfli & ft** diUiimt rtfitglmi 

# ptj7f* r»m iik/^ juHf dtduii f^i\ m smfUm tpit itmmmtm 
*i0mdidmmf f^§dff*H^ jupitu^ &c 

But if h« i4k« bQC uoe tiYeBetft, then r he Wiit fliiU bt ; 
RiX^^C, pratff^imm aimd rfpl. f^, B* fuenJ^m iffrnwrn ^finmt 

And ifi M2nttk«il>cidCh«tr<K theti the WnC ikall be t 

jiA. An<l in chc Count beoughcaodeclAtedf diwei* Thjof%£ ^ 
llur it he uke but one Thing which is a detd Chttte^ fben 
the Wrk (hall hti 

ft**; &C» Pr^opimmfitti^ 8fC, f«il^ '^'^^f* Z*^- B- fu^ E 

Itnd. fui. And if the 6b?f tff dnth nothing upoa fhii WitC» 
ih«n hrfkili have an Aiia^ ri^ffg* f>^\ &c. and in the fiuoe 
Witt he may hive thii CiiuJ'c ; K/ #<«/itw ii»**i fymiJkiSt 
quArc wmnd. ttffirum 0I tfh ind* dvrB titrtpU wimfitt ^fX«« 
f9im^i, &c. Afid <hcntbii Writ (halt be returned inco tbm 
|iLitig\ Bench or 0>mrncn PUai. And if he do oat lenNe 
tbh Wtit, then he ihall hive a Plurm letUfnibie ioco the 
Kmg*& Bench or inro the Common Pleas. And in die Pitvw 
i*»tlwayi this Cl^ufe ; trr/ t»mf^m Wif fynifimi : Bat fioc m 
rhc Aijof refUg. if not thit the Party will have it pot In tk& 
Wilt And the PuintiiT may fuc all tbefe Wiiii fiotth^ 
gether, o/ri. the R fltvtn^ rhe Aiiss and the Pluruif \ 
ver rhtrn untn the Shet iff ajl at one Timep if hefo fee 
And it the Shert^ dorh not return the Pimttt, then 
Piajnnitrmay hivean Attachment a gaicdl the Shci iff, direfttd^ 
tmo tiieCofonen, 

And it appetf eth by tht R^gifter, ebtt if the Sheriff i#-J 
turn upon the Rrflt^in^ $ i^t AltM Of fhttai, th*: bt 

» rhe Uailiff of rhe t^ranchiT' -rh giv 

' ilw^T, nt that he will ni't ; -ict, 

hive a ti^tmi::^ ufi^o tiie S^iefrC 
a ochife end make Return; ej>d if i^«_ 
^ in nQt i\\t i'it, he ih ill hive an AiiJir tmm sdmittd 

^ 'w . aio che bhcxiii, ind alter mrirdsa Hmixi m 




ffV/V dc RcpUgkre dc AtfCfik. ijt 

But U fee met li til ' " '^ntidMvi B.%!l:v^ lierm 

tmti$ t<Z. jut rtit , or fhc Return (h4t 

th« Battiti' will luir m^ki- Uclivcfai^cc ul' the Cstcle, are noc 
|jood Rccorn^, For by ilicStarutc cif P^V/7 i. ^ii;>, ty, in flic 
£od of the Sc«tut5 it app^arcrh, That the Shrriif upon fuch 
• Rccurn nndc unto him bv ha Uaiti^^^ ought prefentfy to 
cater into the Franchire, and to make Dclivcrjncc of the 
Ottle taken : And fo it appearcth fhc Sheriff* may do by 
f be Stjrurc nf hUrUhrtdgc, cjf, 21. |f a PJca of H^ttherftam 
J>c in the County hy Puiot b^fine the SherilT, and rhc Shcnff 
fend unto the BaiJiff of the Liberty to make Deliverance and 
the fiailifFdo'h nothing* that then the Shtnff €x efficii mty 
enter into the Liberty without any Wiic direckcd unto him 

'; ill that Cafe 

G And if the Sheriff upon the PinriV/ return, ^utd pr^ediif, 
6. AUi^iM ftr^d.h. (rpii , ^ ca f^gavii di Ctm, ffr^d. in Corn F. 
ftr^ tfmd «M tidtm A. t'^l.fmi p^tutt, Uc, or if the S he riiF return 
That he fent to the BailiiT of the Liberty of D. who hath 
Return of WritT, is^c* who gave him Anf^cr* that the OttU 
are dloined into diver* Libcitie*, by Heafon whereof he can» 
.jiot have a View of them, nor deliver the Cattle ; or if the 

» Sheriff leturn. That he himfelf cannot have View of the 
Cattle to deliver them ; or if he return, That after the ta- 
ktngt ^i' that the Defendant hath ciloined the Cattle out of 
^ Jiia Bailiwick that he cannot d?t liver them ; or if he retum 
B That the Defendant hath ell incd them into unknown PJa- 
H cei, riiaf he cannot have view of them, to deliver them ; or 

■ if the Sheriff retur n» Thar he fcnt unto the Bailiff of the 
H Libeity^ who anf^veied him, that the Defendant had in^ 
H pounded the Cattle within the R;^ry of the Church of C« 

^ for which Caufe he cannot deliver them, &c^ Upon the(c [^oj 
Retorns made by theSheritt (he PlatntiiT fball have a Writ 
of i4'i:htm%fn^ tntake as many of the Defendant's Cat tle^ di* 
rc6ttd unto Sheriff ; and the Writ {haH be fuch : 
^ Rtx ytc\ &C. Cum fiur, tikt pr^s^fiTimnf^ ifu§d ittjufte^ &C. A, 
Avttiii fus qiu B. 6£C. dermrt, ui dtdtur, tiil cmufam nohU fi^ni* 
fo\ tftmn mmndMtum mfirum flur, indt tihi dirt0, exeqm mim* 
tflt\ vil nm ptTuitii ; ac tu n^bU fignjicsverii^ t^u^d ftfifUMm 

K fr^d' Q. Averts prjtd* A* ^i'pff, ttt C^m, tttum rs fugrnvtrtS^ &• d$ 

P C<»wi. fr^d" :n Ctm. C ptr quid ts tidtm A rrflfgimf* mm putwifli J 
tioff msUn€ ipfius B. i.^visrt V9kvief tn hue psrtt^ Tiht prjcHm 

^ p4mui, qMd AViris prMd, B. in BjiSiVS turn fine ditstl&ju iBpim 

■ iietVitb9tn\ ^tsdtttn'st^ dwct tidtm A Avtritt fus pr^tt, 
frin*tAmm $onl»itud, rfgpi fx^jin, rrpUpsrt p^JJlt^ juxts ttmrfm 
mt^ndstWBm noJttoTHm fr0»' prim (th, &C. 

^Ui». ' And 

H'rh de P^m di Rtmcvir le PUi. 

open 1 Replffvin fucd by Wiir, thtn he oogbr to pet in erl* 
deocC^iif ist\\K Wri affcf theTtfie of tiic Writ : And cte 
FDrsi of the VVitr u fucb : 

Ritf KiV. &c. ?*»r f«r«j» Jmfl I iisn'ii ntfifk 0fud V\>(Vfn* f#- 

§ud & Strv<(. Jihi 4<9itit^ ut dfiti\ hst rxfftf ifim Bm^t fi 
tsufjt fi( 'Virs, & ff^d, B. ^f*tf & sliftf nm* And he miy 
fhtw divers other Caufef : Quis ff^i B. <^ C up r AvMrn 
frdi,im fitd.t^/imB, f*iCfHfitefm4*f &C. Fi*t txetkut, fcc- »f 
/w/rtf. Or thii» ; i?*iidi A. Ciitiiut D. f^tr C m pf^d\ f«/ /f** 
:^MMt«F f'n shf*ntts ytt. f$m iSita ttntt P -'rm Cmt*^ if 

Cmf^fH* fr^ A fnftiT 4fmtd iiemP^t, / , h.mUfmdM 

ftsd^, Ut aiafur, f*Mf ixtturh, &C* nf f^fr^ 

Aiid he mty (hew my Ciufe which iftdoceth iiiy Fivtmr 
thit the Sheriff doth, or if like to do ur»to rhe piiinti^* Or 
Mhn% : J^i^ fr^td, B. dsm^f pr^d. A. 'j^ fisitviam (imm^ (^ c^ 

l0 fis tnCim, dtdmi nmtdr^tst, mi dtt*$mr^ Jh^ xamtf^ Uc 

And if t Replevin be fued by Writ tn sny other LoedV 
Court ihiri ill the KingU Courf , fh*^ii the Pltiftt CJOOOt b« 
fempvfd before cKc Juftic<:^ by rhe VinnuW^ nor by the De- 

•Anltnt, wi bout puatng CiutV in the Writ ; tnd the Writ 

^Ui P«»e 0d Pttnm ptiemtk^ UtfuUm^fn^ ep in C«im, f«« ^ 
JiriVi mjlrum tmttr C- C^ yShtgu d* W. (^ I* '^f fitnlsm rfwt if* 

fimK t^fU (^ injm0* durnfm dtaiif ; & }'^m. ptr knvi Sttm, 
ftM* Jhm. b l.f nfli^ turn fimi ikt ff4tf\ R. indM rtjf ; £f bAktMl 
ih bn BrtVf, & miimdBnv^ Tfftu ^C. Sjii^ fr^ed, J^M ffl 
itim, Cmr. tn C« f« tf^m LefmU tiM pfmiti ffr rttt^^mm Brrsm 
mtfiri^ per fu*d idtmK^ in titftt^Is pr^^iftM in tsdtm Curjj ^,/frfm 

'pr^fm Ai^Mfrm & I inftittsm imJ4tf^ mn pittfi^ m dnuv* FiM 
,waM£Mii9, hiC mr fuprm. ^' 

Arid it the Pica be removed at ttit Suit of the PltlnftC 
then when be hub (hewrd Ciurc in the tnd c{ the Writ, 
ihtU fay aJcc wifdi in tbf tam* Wnr^ Pf§pf fuodidtm f>i#. 
rtns in L -y-i '^ *» * p'^d* vt^Jia pr^JMt* fi. imtBdfmCmrtsjmfifi^m 

^mifi^ ump^tf, mi 4HStmr. 

And if rhe P!-t b- removed it the Sait i>f the Df(eod«AC^ 

;i: T- Wii% it fiiiU bt r*id, frrftew 

* ^ A. in L9^9!m /a# ft^i% ut dtCi^ 

Im* §i*t tatimHt* &C« mf /nprs* 




Writ di RecorJ^ire. 


WHEN the Plaint is In the County, ard the l^tphvm /t a^fMntk 
fucd there without Writ \ then if the Plaintiff or h f^Ji Re* 
Defendant will remove that Plainr, he ought to fue a VViic o(i^(^^*'^ ^ & 
Rdcorddn out of the Chancery, dircfled unto the ShetiiT: and I 'J^Caufe 
the Writ fhxll be fach : v^ n«% 

Rtsf Fit. Line, fdUt. P'^^fififfi, tiki, ^utfi in fhnp dm, tm n^ Jhafky Rc* 
t$f^0K f0C. U^ud. qua ffi in ttdcm Com, fine B^rvi mfin inter cjrdarc 
A- & B. tit Aviriit ipjtits A, tsftU & injufle ditmtis^ nt dit.^^'^^fi^^ 
(y RffW. iMud k/tkst atsm Jttfisci^rik mflr, 0pud VVeftm. ^'''^^^^ 
f j/i dte, &:c. fnh Sigi59 (m, & fik $igiili$ q^^mr UgitL J^'/'r^iam & Ce. 
$^ufdim Com. ix iUts tjui Rtcord^r. iHi intetfnir'* ; 4? part thus tun- iUnxn : YU 
drmditm pr^figas, quod tunc fint ihi^ in L^qmU iSa prout jujlam theft are 
fmfit proceffurum : Et ka^eoj ihi mmina pradtB^r, qttstutr SSUi' CfHrfstf 
tum^ h hit Breve, Ttfte^ Scc. Bst €xicuti$ iftw Bnvii^ fi prdd' ^^^<'^^* 
A^ hi pitMt^ & mlittr nm, 

Ani thereby it appcaretb, that the P laint iff may remove *7H.d. f# 
the Plaint by RecordAre^ without any Gaure put in the Writ i ^i?***-'* 
But the Defendant cannot remove the Plaint by a Recsrdan^ 
u^thout ihewing Caufe in the Writ, as before is faid upon 
fbc ?9n£. And the CauAs for the Defendant ought to be fuch ; 
&*tiM pr^d* 6. in plmeitmuh ajfferit fe dvtria pr^d, cepijfe jj» Jem 
fswsli ftii Juo^ ut in dampn, fns i^id*^ in qu^ quidtm folo pr^d A* 
c/#Ri. hrnk'Ti C^mmun. Paj1ur\ n/ d^c ; -juji fuidtm UqttfU^ #«| 
^n§d ismgit iihcr, Tinemmt^ {ut pr^iiB, eft) in codem C9mitai\ 
Jeemnd. Legem ^ ConfuetuX rtgni mflri fine Brcvi ncj}r9 pUcitsri 
mn dibit ; Fiat ixecutio ifiim BrevtSp fi cauja Jit Vira^ ^ prmd, 
A. hoc pttat. 

And if a Replevy be fucd by Phlnt, in the Court of any 
ochtr Lord than in the County*Couit before the Sbetiff, then 
the Rccordare which i$ fucd by the PJaintiff or Defendant 
{h«M be direfted unto the Sheriff, and the Writ (hall be 
fuch : 

Rex FU. Line. falut\ Pr4ecipim, tiki, qu^ afumptis tecum 

qumtutr dijtretk & ifgatihut Militiifue df Caifl* tua^ in propria per* 

[ fins tua mctdoi ad Curiam VV. de C* & in iHa pUua Cm-is rtm 

tfrdari facial Loqueiam qu^ eft m cadtm Cura fine Brivi mfir* 

im^Tf &C. & Record* iHud haheoS Juk SigiHo tuo Gf figili. quatU'^ 

Iff legsi* hminutn ejufdcm Cur qui Rec^rdar* iSi imerfuer* ; Cf 
fartikue^ &c. ut fttpra. Sluia pr^d, A. eft Bah-vns prad. W. d^ 
C. Curijt ftue prjtd\ & ttmt PiscitM tjufdem Qur, & Judex $m 
Jmm iaufa ijfc mn dtht. 


pyrh dt f^m de Remcver k Pica. 

open a Rrplt^tn fu'- 

f orin iWI* ; 

H ififr Ltfuf^/^ f Mif #/i #» C»w, flit ^rr Brrvf nwjh, int. A. d* B, d§ 
^§vmm i^ftm A, tmfik ^ tnjitflt ditmrn^ mi dtattfr; <^ ^U* 
ff^f* A- ^Md fit i^if LM^meism fnsm vtrfm fttd. B. tmdtfrtftm* 
iwf\ Ji v$imcrtt : £ hj^ifiM iH hc Brevr, 6* shud flrrvf* Tiii, 

imd, & StrV'C. fikt dfkiti*^ ttf^dtat\ fUt ixetrntf tfiw Brtvu fi 
gmttfsjiivirs, & ft^d. B. fttii^ & sh'ttr mn. And he may 
fbtw divcff orhet dufcf ; S^tus pr^d B* & C ttpr JvmB 
fr^d, m ftfd. t^/tm B p*$C«nfit^fmd*, 5:c. ft^t t^tatti*^ &c. ■/ 
fuffs. Or rhu* ; liii** A. Uitttm D. yu C m. t^>fd*, ^nr fte- 
qmnif^ m »^fmtim ^tg, ftiw iSiw rmtf PlMttm tjttjjfm Ctin*, $fi 
Cml^ng' ff-^ A fnptir fw9d idfmf7i. f^'i^t. tfj, A.tnUfmtm 

A And b'- . Fiv'otir 

tkitchc Sii ji^. Or 

Cbus : 3k^f€ ffdd B ^ismaf pr^td. A. fffi NBitvum fmum, ^ §0 

I04M0 tnC$m, didmd nmdf^^t^ mt dkiiwp, Bmt iXKmttf, fee, if 

And tf « Replevin be fucd by Wth in any other Lord's 
Cotifttbin in the Kioji'f Onirr, r' " '^^^ Pltiar ciiinot he 
wmnovtd before the Judicct by tb . nor by chc !>ۥ 

ifindtm^ wt boitr putting OuTe in ntc vine ; «nd the Writ 
(|f| Hft€ md Pttitm ptlemtit, L^ii^l^m tpiS tft tn C$m. tuo per 
^rw m^irum tmitr C. dr Akifsu d* W* d^ I. d£ fi0d»m tifup if» 
fim R €*pt. & injitfii dettnii m dtciiw 1 ^ Jam. pir^m^fSmm, 
ffdd» Jk^At. tt I. f ttftrf turn fint ikt pritf, R. tndt rtff s Bt Man 
m hn Brruf, & mli^d «f.v4 7V/?/, «fC S^w j fr^d. jMst tfi 
Dtm. Cur. in C, tu tfum Lc^Mtls tUs ftnitt prr rturmtm Brtvm 
mtjl^i* ptr fu^d tdrm R. iw Lo^m^Js frrjtdiilM in tsdtm Curia *^ttffm 
frmf* Ahhjuim & V jnf^tUmm trnfitpU mn ptr«jl, ttf diUtWr* FM 
satftumf ^'C» a' (tipf^^ 

And it the Plti be remrt^cd at the Sait of the Pltlnrifl; 

then whtn he hath (hewed Caulc in the Lnd nf tb« WHt, bir 

Ibail lay •tre^intfdf in ih? fame Writ, f^fwpr. fitwd idem f^f^ 

nm im Lquff* /» • f -r/ vtrfia pr^st* B- 1* r«inw CttrisjmjUti^m 

^ttt^tfiti mt ditftmrm 

And if the Pica bs rttnovfd ar the Soir of th? '^ ** -'int, 

Jlhtn aftef Caufr fbewcd in the Wrif, it OiiM be rr 

^fmd idtm h^ivus fmvtt iff. A- in LtfHh /i# f M4*^ ta d^dm 



U^rti dt RecorJare. 

B \\J HEN the Plaint is in the County, irtl the ^cpj^vin le a^prsntk 
VV fucd ther« without Writ; then if the ?U\ntiE ot h ti^ Rt^ 
DefcndAnt will teniove tliat PUiar, he ought to fuc a VViit ofiU'^^^*^^ 
Bi£^d§r4 out of the Chincery, diccacd unco the Sheriff : and I ''[^Caufc 
theWritfhinbefuch: vfrStc- 

Rtx K'f* Line. faUt. P^MSffim^ ti^i, futd in flm dm, tm rt» Jljstky Re- 
€%rd0r, JM* Loquet. qu^e ffl in tcd^m C«i», Jin« Brevt mjir^ inter cordate 
A. & B. de AviHii ipjiui A. $Mftk & ivjuflt diUntk^ mi dit,^^^*^!^*^ 
^ Record, iSud h^kcM ttrsm Jufitci^nk mflr. ttfud VVcftm. ^ '"^^^^ 
fitUdti, &c. /•»// Siiia$ tm, & fuk Sigiiitf q^Mtu^r Ug^l A^i/^>. ham & Cc- 
§jufdtm Com, tx illis qui Rtcordsr, iSi int€ffu9r* ; ^ partibw mjt- ftriam t tit 
drmdiim p^^fig^Sf quod tttnefint i^i\ in Loqtttia itli^ prsttt juftum rhefe sre 
fmris proceffurum : Et haheas ihi mmins pr^diQ^'-. q»Mtu§r Miii- Cmrfs tf 
tum^ h h«c Brevt, Tefit^ Sec, FiMt ixicutip ifliut Brtvii^ fi pr^d' ^^^^^d. 

»A# tffii fctatf ^ mliter nm. 
And thereby it appeareth, that the PlamtiiF may remove ^7 1^*^- 1* 
the Plaint by Recordan^ without any Caufe put in the Writ ; QiJ*'*^* 
Bat the Defendant cannot remove the Plaint by a Rt£9rdart, 
without Ihtvving Caufe in the Wtir, as before is f-tid upon 

I the PsH^. And the Caufts for the Defendant ought to be fuch; 
SiifU pr^d, B. in plmtnmndo Ajftrtt ft Jtviria prdd* ctf^jfe in ftm 
fSTMli fiii JuOf ut in dampn. fiti ibid*^ in qu^ quidtm joU pr^d A« 
cl^m, kmytfi C9mmun, Psj}itr\ u; d'c ; quji q^iitn Lfqufls^ #i 
qM$d isnga liht'r. Tdtitnunt, (at praidiB. efi) in todtm ComitMi\ 
jHUnd. Legem i^ Confuetud* ft^nt mflri fme Br:vi noflro pUcitmri 
mn dibit ; Fiat exefutit ijiim Brevk, fi csuJA fit vira^ eb* prmd^ 
A^ ^C pit At. 

And if a Replevy ht fued by Plalnr, in the Court of any 
Othtr Lord than in the Coimcy-Couic before the Sheriff, then 
tiic R^cardare which is fued by the Plain riff or Defendant 
(hall be dircfted unto the Sheriff, and the Writ Ihall be 

tfucli : 
Rix f^tc. Line. fi^lut\ Pr^eipim. tibt, qutd sfumptk tetnm 
fUMtmr difiretk Cf IfgAlil^us Militibm dt Com^ tm, tn pfopn*. ptr» 
fats tus 0Uidai ad Curiam W» d€ C. & in lUa pUna Cut-sa rtm 

• tfrddri fact at L^qutUm qu^ eft tn cadim Curia fint Bnm mfir^ 
intgr^ 8cc, c^ RfC0rd* iSud kab^nt ftd SigiSo tm (ff figi^ qnatU" 
§r legmP ktminam tjufiicm Cur qui Reeerdar^ iUi inttrfutr* ; £3f 
fsrtttfii^ Sec, Ut ftfpra, Stui* frad, A. eft Baiivns pr^d, W. d$ 
C. CurU ftije prsd\ & tenet Pkeita tjufdem C»r, & Judex in 
/jM €a»fa f/r n^ie debet* 



1*7*1 Aootllf r Rfisfj0rt that ; ^ccniM sd W*pt»tMlC^ mfi^, 4ti H \ <Sf 

9 H S. $8. fhtif^ j4 lUndr tioHr, iift r»r ihuf, AdT*:htngMm mfirvm dt L i 
2^ ^^^[' Cy /« /.'fno (r#^«sl#^ ig$ i Of rhot, /Ji^/*il< Hnndr. iHi'^ Or lliuf , 
^^^^1^ In fltm9Tifhing^$Q9, &c And he miy OiCW other Ciufitl •■ 
JUfir^ f# ^^^ ^•^'s requireth. And if the Rnt^d^ri be rensmabfe in 
rtmtv§ s the Conunoo-Picif, tnd it the Diy of the R^furn fht She- 
Ms, ml- riff return it * urda now the Pi.ry that lucd that ftrt*r. 
ifcf i. o^ i^jr* (halt h^ve a iiVirf slitt Rr€9^dtrt out of the Common- 
JI5l77j:PJetf, difcaed unto the Sheriff, &{, 

wmfid^itii And if rhc Pfet be dtfcominued in the County » yet th« 
wi,i/if *f Plaintiff or Defendint miy remove the PJaint into the 
»^ ^» r*. Comtnon Pte«s or King's B;nch by Rmfdsrt^ &c and it flull 
5^*5[JJ^- be good, tnd be (ball declare upon the f^m9 ; tnd the Court 

f rT lo, ^''^ '^^''^ P^^* «P**" ^'^'^ f**^*^ ^''^''^f » **^ *^ *^* ^'**'^^ ^ 
Br. Ciufe^*''*^*'^"*^ >'^ t'^^ Couofy, and iffue loyned upon it» yrt no* 
6c rctnr^er thing (hall be removed but only the Pttinc ; and ia the Cofl 
P^" J7' mon PIf as the Plainritf may decUre anew^ &f, 
iir*'/r^ ^^^ ^" * Rtt»rdsrt to remove t Record oo^ of indffi 
fJjj/'^'JJ; Demcfrtc, the Writ (hall f^y, L*^mUm & f^^ttfum^ ind n 
mmndtd.sM^**^'^^^^ f"^ '^^"^' 39 H* 6 by til the Jafticef ; yet t 
f^ il#^^ Form of the RcgiOer in the Record^ ta before b faid'^ in 

imdt RjtardHm illud k^UML 

f ^ tn If « Record be removed out of aCdorr of Record by i 
mhC^'^^6 '^'^^^'''' f^f^'h >f comrth in without Warrtnty, tnd tl 
ft* Oyer Court (hall not hold Pica thetcof. But t^ t Record comcth i 
gmdTttm\^ Court wifhnat a Wtrrior, the Party may fuc i Writ, 
mtr JhsM not Sttd unto the Juf^ices, thn they proceed upon that Rti 
tl T^*^^!**^'*^^'*' ^•**' f(/<i<f. If the RtcdMft fsfiss l*ctr Dae* 
^rf r Ba- . **** Plamt were cntrcd in the Conntyt yet the Recor 
blngi^n. '* "^^'^ removed, bectufe ihit both Courti trc Coorti r 
J H, i. 4- Rctord. But if the Rrcrrrd be re mr>vcd out of the Coirtt i 
ftc Vid. any other Lord by fuch Writ i»hlch b^aicth Date bcf 
flLS^ 10. cbe Entry of the Plaint, it ii not good* 

It- AChxon n ^ * 

mt. ^pm RicaftiGn. 

ttdimid \ Writ of Recaption Jicth where a Man dil^ttinetl 
laH.6*;. XjL Rert^ or Set vice, or o^ her Things and after watdi, ^ 

dant the Pica, he who diilTtincd dorh dillrttti again for rh 
fame Rrnt or Service, or other Thing, the Bcafti of the Par 
whom he had befnre dif!raioed upon; then he who ii fo di 
firtined fhi^i have ihti Wrtf, and Jhall recover Damages fo 
the frcrind DiOrrfi taken ; and he whf> took the Oiflrtri llial 
be fined for the Wrong, although the firil DiftrcTt w^re Uv 
fully ttJtenf and although chac the ftmc or Seiv^icei fn 



E Recaption, 

t diftriinetli were Arrear, &(* Wcaufe by the fiift ^ 
DtfVr^fs be Oiall have rtrurn of the Things taken* until he 
hath the Rent or Scrvicet for which he diAnined. But for 47 E* ?* 7- 
Damage feafant id his Lands a Mara may didrain chc Beafti Fiuchdcn 
of any Man which he finds upon the Land, doing the Da- ^^"' 

Image, To of en as he fliall find them Co doing, bccaufe be 
diftrainerh cbem every time for a new Trerpafs, and new 
Wrong done in hif Land, Tamtn ^u^9. 
And if rhe Lord diflrain for Kenr or Services behind, 
And 4fcerwjrd5» pmdinc the Plea» the Lord do«^h command 
bit Servant to diflrain for the fame Rene or Service, by ret* 
fon whereof the Servmr or Bailiff do diftrain again ; the Te- 
nant fhalt have a Wnc of Recaption againfl the Lord for 
the fame Diflrefs. 

And To ic feemethi tf rhe Lord dil^rtin his Tenant for 

Rent or Service, tnd afterwards the Servant or Bailiifdo dK 

flrain the Tenant again for the fame Rent or Service, and 

^ the Lord do agree unto that Diflreff^ by joining in Aid- 

H prayer of rhe Servant or BiiliiF, the Tenant fhalJ have n 

H Writ of Recaption againil the Lord But if rhe Lord diflratn 

B for R^tir or Service, and afterwards the Lord's Bailid doth 

dtfltaia the fame Tenant for the fame Rent or Service, pen* 

I ding the Plea; the Teixint fhall not have a Recaption a- 
gaintl the Lord, nor agiinfl the Bailiff, although rhe Bailiff 
tnakeih Conufance m the Rtght of the Lord, <irc For it may 
be th^t thf Lord had not Notice of that Diilrcfs, or that the 
Bailiff bad not Notice of that Dtdreli which the Lord took 
before for the fame Rent or Service. 
Bur it feemeth in thatCifc the Tenant may have an AQi* 
on of Trefpafs againll the Bailiff for the fecond Diftrefs of 
H tiis Cattle for the lame Rent or Service, for which the Lot d 
B bad diO rained before. 

Ti But if the Lord do diDrain for Rent or Servicer, and af- 
terwards fpendatu (he PkaJ the Lord do diArain the Cif- 
■ tlc of a Stranger for the fame Rent, and not his Catrfe who 
was firil diil rained ; he who it fo diflrained lh)1] not have a 
Writ of Recaption, nor he who wis*firft diilrained. For 
ic bchovcth him who (hall bavethis VVritof Recaption, that 
he have his Cattle firfl drflratned before for the fame Caufe 
for which rhey were distrained the fecond Time. 
I But if a Man dii^rain tmo Mens Cattle for Rent or Ser- 
vice, and afterwards he doth dit>rain the Cattle nf one ©f 
tbem again for the fame Rent or Service ; now be fliatl hive 

t Recaption alone in his own Name* 
And if tbc Lord diftrain the BeaRi of a Stranger for Rtnt 


47 K- J- 7 

or SffvJett and •fcfrwi^U) f'p«fxiinc tb« Pk4) tktt L6n 
dmb (linraja ibc Bcift* of rbt TAiiif ikfiiictr for rb« fiig 
Rfoc or Scntc^ ; thoSrrini^r fbaJl h&Vo * Kc^nptmi ji 

« R^pkvin» cW* ill 
rhe Tfnifit p)<td l»9 
) dtiktifi bv 



tLtU^Uun ilAli ^h^it ,^.hu I. 

And if fhc Lord do diftr 
Day bis T€£tint*iCurl- 
rbc Lord avow for the :, 
di fii9 Fit y if the Lord vp-ndiir 
Keae bthind at another D^y ifrcr, 
Writ of Recaption, becauft tHc Lord's Titie ihilj be d«d bjr 
the firft Plea, But orheiiAiie it i%, if tbe T«-n»i r in tbafitft 
Replevy plead Ritm mrrtrt^ or lev ir J by D fi (p* 

f^nt that plea) the Lord miy dfilrain foe ..^ ». a^- behiiid 
mr a Diy afcer. becaufe char tht %<\^n\ofy is theieconrelU, 
«nd the Tenant (hall noc have a RTCiptioa* 

And the Tcnanf, or he whti ii dtQratned, fliall have 
Rrcap'ion before iny Avowry midc« and m^^f ai/tY be di. 
firaincd for the fame Ctufe. 

And in a Recaption the Dcfcndanr Oiill not Avovg as ball 
Iball do in a Replevin, but fh^U f rOtfv the r^ikiitg, (^r, Ai bt 

t.omempr rhac 
L«Wt and not for iIk 
ining oftbtm. And io C 
i Recaption it is ooCfxiaccnil wbttbtx the firft DiQxefi be of 
Rii^bt or not. 

And if a Plaint be removed oat of the Cooory imotbe 
Coaifnon Picas by P^m or Rrco^^^rf ^and aftcrvirardi tbe PJaj^Ti 
benonfuit in the Common Pleai, before or ifrei ao Avowi ^ 
made, the Locd after thtsNoafuir miy didrain tgatn forilit 
feme Ciufe, and the Tenant OiaU not have 4 Recap* iofi, be- 
caule there if not any Plea depending ; and yer t^ie Plajoriff 
may foe a Writ of Second Deltverancc u|)on the firae ReoOfd*. 

And if the Lord dtf^rain the Cattle of the Tenant anj i E 
Stanger^ which they Kavein Common, for Rent or S^r^ice^ 
snd afteriNrards (petidant the Plea) the Lofd diith diiliam the 
Tenanc*« Cattle only for the (ame Caufc ; the Teoant Hiill haro 
• Recaption for thofc Circle. But if the L^xi ditkiin |ii« 
Cattle of the Tenintonly foi Rent, &i. and afterwards (pen* 
danf the Plea) the Lord doth diflnin xht Cattle of the Te- 
nane ind 4 Stranger, which they bold in common, for the r^aio 
ctufe ; if iecmeth that the Tenant (hall not have Recaption 
fill diofe Cattle &t the Iiuereft of the Strangec. iMWf 

4 And 

IhaiJ do in an Adiori of T 
cover Dimigcf only in the J 
the Defendant hath done ^, 
raking of the Cattk. nor foi 

ft of 


Recaption. i6i 

F AnJ if the Lord diftrain, and c!ic Tenant fue a Rep'evin, 
which is removed into the Common Pleas and the Conu- 
ftnce is demanded by the BaP^ or' the Freehold, and is grant- 
ed, and afterwards the Bail<fFfliil to do Righc the Parry ; 
if he diftrain again for the fame Caufe, the Tcnint ftiOlhave 
a Rscapiion^ bccaufe the Lord ought ro remove the Plea into 
the Common Pleas again by Rcfummons, t'c 

Q And a Recaption lirh where the Lord difl:ainerh other 
Cattle of .he Tenant than he firft diftiain^d, as welj a* if he 
had dIAcained the ramrCaccL- again, if it be for one and rhe 
fame Caufe/as I conceivr?. And yet in 19 S 3. the lifue 
was tak'-B upon the Pr^perxy of the Cattle, as that they were 
other Cattle of fhe Plai.irilF, tf.. 

And a Recap-ic»n lierh as well where the L-^rd diftrainctb 
■ the Tenant again for the Timr Ca^rs:, where rhe Plea is de- 
pendin^i in the County brf re the Shi. riff, as where the Pha 
is depending before JuHIcls of Record. 

j|. And if the ?.hz be dep nling in the County before the 
Sheriff, then the Fnrm rf he Wii: of Rcca^»tion is : 

Rex Fc\ &ۥ Moufira-jit f.oh.'s A. ef-.od q-.Hm :u j^voi.i fua^ 
qU£ B. 'pit & iHn/ic A pne Pr.v nojiro rcpf^;riaf.s^ 
it d djfts diem ujj, sd yrox. Cow, tuHtn C? prx . . H ATrach.AjJcs^ 
0dfefp9n'i.fuper pr^f' A. idrn B poft Attacl-^'amcii: . ill id Avcria 
frxi,fiL itcrum dpi*, ca HCtJiine qm pros €.^ cep'^sty d^ cm fieut 
fn'u'i detintt. Ei q^im ksc n.ytfiH:^* efl & mfiir.j'fi-- covi>a p.tcem 
wftrMm, Tiht fr^c^^raas, cftod Aver: a prdd. A. fn: diLuionc de- 
Islirsri fac*t fUiujijic ciplrale iHncitmn m: r eos tcrmfn t\ Et fi 
inviner, quod.prtd. B» Averia pr^ed A itc^u?/! c:pcri: ca cccafione 

fnm priut ea op rat, & ea JtctV py us d:t:',ht^ tunc C'r;):is pr^f. B. 
•bems coram :e & cuftodihis Placitorurn Corcyi.e ^7«>;? a- ad pr^'xi^ 
pmrnCm, tnum. Et fi per Bj'I vos tuis^ ptr quos Avcri.t p'^ad. A. 
nplegiat^ftitrinf, ^ p-ir al os probos & le^al. hmiir: ./? CofK» ttio, 
canvinii pofir. de f.cund. Ciip::97i. /?rj un^h^ :*id. o::jJvi€,twic ip- 
Jfivw B. its per Mif.ricordi^w c.t!}ig-:s^ qiioi cafiigat, Ola in caji* 
€9nfmili timor, alus preheat dclitvj'ieiidi' 

And if the Plaint be in the Cciinry by W;it of Rep!evin 
pending before th= Shwi iff, then th= Writ is fuch : 

SLcx yic S. S^'Jit\ Monft^avit no'i: A qnU iv.m ipf: Breve 
»9firum nnpcr tiLi dtitulijft: dc Averiis fuis /.^ rcpi\ q'tx B. ce* 
fi: & inju/le dttiriet, ^ Avtr.'a iUj f;.i, A ripl'^\ (S iiicfM 
dddiffet diem ujq\ »ii prox. Cem. tuum, Sec. as in tlic Wrir be- 
fore. And i: ch; Plaint he removed our of the Cour.ry by Ke^ 
^Qrd4re, then th; Form of the Writ of Recaption Ihall be iuch 

RiM Pf^r if^* MmpTMvii nt^ A. fM»d mm B. Avrris fr^d* 
a, i^Jfrt ^ 'i»jW' ^^'^*w!^'i & '■ «^ mrimmism iffim A, 
ft$ui WHi rjl, Avmm iUb tii. A- ri^U^iSftr^ & ti tUdiffn di* 
an w/f . sd prP^' Ctf»* tuim, & ffsd 8. Mtttehlmjftj mi nffmi" 
f^^if kit frjtf A. ir pfi^^, tihi pr^ttpfrimm fvtd k^^trtt 
Rti9r, Uf4*U fr^it (vrmm Jmpu mpnt sfud W^-ftm, idi dik M 
frtx fTdtiTtn t idim B. fmdenu FUdt§ it^Mw f9sf*Jmfit* Av^ ™ 
rif f'^^d A. itrrwm trpif^ ^C« m fuprt. 

And if the PUirt Sr rtrrmed oat of cl|e Codfiry b^ ■ ^«t 
inm fchc Cofximou^Plcu, rhen the Writ of Recsp^'tcn h 
foch : M 

J{tx yts. &C MmfirBV^t m^it A fiM«f finv f//^ BiPf>9f w/r. V 
lKi/>f*' fiii dctuhftt d^ Amtrht f it pH rffltg\ fu^ B. er^r^ 
inytfi ditmmiif QT Atkrts iSm t%i K fef^ & rt dfdif*' dttm 
uffy §d /»r»v* Ctnk tupm^ & fr^d B, mtmk md reffmd. f^ftr 


B. pmdtnhl 
itrrwm r^itj 


id tcTn 

pr#/ A. (? pflwd, fr^ffffrimui Ufuh iSmm ^mi 

mfifu 0pvd WrOtn fmli dii pr§x» prsimt* i idem 

fisat§ pr^/ r«rJKi Ji// JmfiU\ AvitiM ftfi A 

f/ Hcsfimt qum priut tM ttftrmt^ ia es Jicut fr$u§ 

imimipt Fr^aft. pvfl^orttm j*fiia4tr^ mm permtfiU 

injmfluffi tfi^ Cr mrnn ffjft €9^fw0 pm$tfm mfir, Ttki ffSiif f^ M 

ffdi. A ffctrtt I* fm^ di iUm, fm pr^U^futn^^ ttc* tmm pmmftr 

V0d*, &c prdd' B* ^M»d fit c% mm Jufiu* mftm 9rs£^ mi ^tfpmdU 

mkn dt tmttntptu p4t£^ & pfdd A* dt trMmJfjt. fwmd* & Mf 

m iH nmw* ?U£ & Im Br%vt \ & Awris ills ad, A. n^ 

p/fr. fg^Ur TfJJt, 8fC, 

If i Man Ibe a Replevin by Writ, ifid the $liff eff 
unto the BaiUffortbe Liberty to replevy cnc Cittic, bci 
ehtt the taking was wtthin rhe Liberty* tnd tftcr«rtrd 
PUint i» removed by Ptm into the Common Pttii, ind tt" 
terwardi the Lord, or the Party who diOrained befbtc dU 
0r«in again for the fame Caufc ; rhen he who it (b dif^r«tficd 
fhall hive a Writ of Reciption, and the Writ (htll b« fuch: 

RtM yii^ &C. Mm/frsvii mkit S. ^mU twm ifft Brivi mjhwm 
Wip€P tihi dttthffti, di amdsm tftti fm$ fiirt ript, fmtm L ^ A* 
t'ptrmt^ ^ iwjitfle ditimmrimi, Mt Bsiltvi Uhtrtmt, Mkmt^ dt lU 
di C* fW/^Mi Ritmu Brtvit mfin prjtd. hs^r* fmfii\ ffmmmt iU 
turn iidm S ftpUitsfm^ & pfsi^ A. C^ L mtMhimffm ^mdr^* 

pmi t^sm Juftit mjhis mpwd Weftm. tmh dti^ smm ngm hw 
fhi tmi$i prjtfsii I <^ K^ ptndgMH ftgat§ pr^i3§ twrmm 
BMvi$ pr£d*0i MUk Cms ju^ pr^d. iwsmi ^mikm U^S 
il/M, jmtSM lihtrtBta iidtm A^kmti entetfmt^ per nfd, Jmpii. n. 
itTKStM ifi phiU§nd. A)HriM prsd^ S^ iHtum oftMrnt^ Scc* M 



And if a Lord fiith a Hundred, or a Wapentake, and h«th 

Pow^r to hoJd Plti di vifif9 tfsmio, &c. and a Mandif^raia- ^J 

cth another rhcre, for which ht Cueth a Replevin wiihm the ^M 

Hundred, and pendant the Plea there, the Party who dt* ^^ 
flratned before, diArained the fame Man again for the fame 
Caufe; then he who is fo diflraincd fiiill have a Writ jf 
Recaption in fuch Form dire^ed unto the Sheriff 

Rm ^fV, &C. Mmftravit mbit h. fUBd turn fi. Avtris fr^i. ^m 

A« tifijfi^f & injufie ditinuijftt^ mc ^tUlivi M dtH, sdqutri* ^| 

mmttsm iffiiu A. (prout m^ris tjt) Avtrim ilU tidem A, re^Ugf* ^M 

«^, s( ii didiffent ditm uj^ut sd fr^xm, W^^int$g. ftMdiS^ ^| 

fmimi fmi deti. tf pr^d. B* stfMchiMJftvt sd rtfpmdtnd. fitfrt ^M 

k0c frsf. A* poflmodunsqm tiki fr^ceperimuf, ^uod mffttmptis n^ ^| 

mm, &C. sifcdfres sd pr^d* WapintM^^ fSr in pitrn Wsptntsgio^ ^B 

&C, fifit Brt*vi mflrp, inter fpfitff A. C^ pr^ff B. dt pr^diB* Avr* ^H 

rir/ ip/iuf A. CMptts, Sec. IT Reftrd. iliudf 6fC. idim B pntdtntf ^H 

Pimii0, Sec, (d HCMpnt pid priujj &c. as before in the Writ ^M 

of Recaption* ^M 

^ And now it appeareth by thefc Writs of Recaprton, that ^M 

if • Man be diflrained, and he foe a Replevin by PJaint be* ^M 

fbre the Sheriff in the County, and aftcrwardf hanging that ^M 

Plaint, he is dift rained again for the fame Cauf<:, that hr ^| 

Ikall have a Writ of Recaption, which OialJ be diredcd to ^^ 
the Sheriff, and the Shcrilf {hall hold Pka upon that Writ 

flC Recaption. ^m 

But if a Man be diflrained within any Liberty, and be fue ^M 

Replevin ehere by Plaint, or by Writ, and pendant that ^M 

PUtnr in the Liberty he be difVrained again for the fame ^M 

Caufe, by the Pcrfon who ditlrained before ; he fhall not have ^M 

upon that Dilbefi 9 Writ of Recaption, becaufe the PJaiac H 

If not pendent before the Sheriff, nor before theJulHces, ^ 

tod tUt King will not dire^ the Writ of Recipcion but unto ^ 

the Sheriff But if the Plaint were removed by F^m or R*- ^M 

$»rd0n out of the Liberty before the Joftices, then the Par- ^M 

ty who was diJlrained Ihall have Recaption, as well for the ^M 

Dtilrefs which wis before the Writ of Pmt or Rtcordsre, ^B 

as if the re-taking had been after the Faie or Ricvrdsn fued ^M 

forth. ^* 

And if a Man be convifled before the Sheriff in a Writ 39 R. j. 

of Recaption, &(* he fhill be amerced, and render Damages ^ 

linto the Party for the Contempt. But if he be convi£hd H 

before theJuHices in a Writ of Rccaprion^ he flitU be fined, ^M 

and not amerced, and aTfo fhall render Damages unto the ^M 

f trty foe tht Contempt. H 




TH I S Wilt lUth Inhere a Man rakcrh the Canlcrr G 
of another Man. and the IVirry Cmh a Rcp!«tmb/r 
War, tiwl «a vf W tnd ^lutit?^ a: he r/«r*f/ chcShe- 

jlffdoth return, tbtt the Cattle c , ^^* u e riTjined^ 

!►*> by Rcafbn whereof he could nf>t icpkvy thcna. <5^;. rhtn 
this Wik of *f/f^f«#»w lliall ifliic out of thit Outc wlicm 
the Phr:iT is retumtd, returnable in the ICing^i Bendi oc 
Common Pleas; and the Form of the Wiic isfucb^ ^^ 

. R'x f'^ii. Line. j^L f«urm piuriet nii pfMif^imm f W i*»H 
fit^ 8fC A. ^Vff/ J /iij ^V4t B. &C* -vf/ crafsmf ice ^^stg wgam^^ 
dictum mfiruw ptunti tihi indi dirtQtim txifni nduipi^ vti 
fttuip t ^c tu n9lit BgniJk0V€fiMt futd ftfft^uMm ffsd, B. . 
riMfrdd. A. itfit, ^ m Citn, tw$ fa fugsw di Om, f^^i*^ 
Cfw. B fft fu$d is tidim A ffpU^isr. nm p ' ^' Vw, 
iUipjiut B- t^^vtsti ^thnttt in hdt fmrtt^ if ui^ 

AvtrU ptjtd. B* in B^Si'ifS tus t0p. tn WUhsimm. 17 tm i 
0iMt dmtc iid' A Avtri4, fuM pr^d, fuimdmm U^im Gf Cm^ 
iisiinrm Kt^ni mjlri rtpL pijfi^ jiLMtM tgmnm mmdsi^^^ 1 

ptai. prtut titii^ 6cC. 

And jii the VVf it of tfsthftnsm he ooghf to rehaifc ll 
C4ofc which th^ Sheriff iccurneth, for which he caqmi tc 
plevy them : At to fay, 

A( ftfi^u^M prdi' BL CmUUm mtl AvtriM iSs nfir^ Csuti! 
nftl AvrtMtlft^ Mut B9V, W E^ititm iUum ilfngmvit r 
Jy-jtm jj^ift .'1 rtirj J wwifjin dti.Hrstim indt iid, A. J-^ - •-. 
; ; No:, 8cc. tiki prsapimm^ fv«iC4 
*»^ i . / i.«. v%v «« the Cafe iv^ m fifi?i'v# imm adv4^ 
tism Cj^sii\ &iC, f^^d. A fiu dtUfimt (sp^ lu Withorfuin^ 
iJ-' #4 d4 tmsij dtnti tidim A. &c* 

And there are very many Ciufei that the Sheriff mi| 
mm I '^ plnrits^ wherefore he cannot rephvy 

ii^lici of thccn do appear ia the Regtllcff vtl 

Mat r; fee, ^ 

A' iherlfi' tin rfflim «poo the ^Imiti rtptig 

' h- Liberty whobat^ 

heth ^r'cti Anf^ver 
-i caufc he c e « View 1 

r '» were rak i the Court iii) 

\' ■ cl\ Kemrn ti midc (htU a ward a WMt of Rj k/ 

il v,> ilic Shfttil^ ifid the SlietiiT iiull th n. 

T lifo the BailijTof the Liberty j j 

^f^M.^. ..* ..«. ^<..:try doth uo[ makei Reiurti thti.v^ ^ 

tVrh de Wit hern am. 1 6^ 

the 'SherifF, then the Sbei iff fhall return the whole Matter 
IQ Court, and thereupon the Court fliall award a Writ of 
14'ithmiam, and a N«>t cmittas with the fame : And the lorm 
of the Writ (hall be fuch : 

Rex Vic. B« /i/itf. Cum plur'*, &c. [ufque ihi, vfl r.on potu/Jfi] 
ac R. Je C. BmH. Lihtrtfitis S. WalriCi, ctr P^ctorn, Brcvismjfri 
ifshr* feeiftif tihi'reffQ7td,rit^ qn9d Ey.ccut.Qhim Brczis ili.tH 
.ftutre nm fotuh, fo jund ^jjum AvcriBnim pr^a* haLrc non po* 
tuit , fitut tu nobis fgnificafti ; per quod tibi prxcipcrimus , 
quod Avcrin prad, B. ;?' /? »i. tutt Jine, cspircs in Withern. 
C^* es derinerefj dnt.c .id.m A. j^'Jiriafua, ^'C. inde dlreSi^^ vcl 
gaufftTn nobis Jtgn f^ ^ 8cc. 'vcl tu non potuifi: ; ac tu 7:pHs reform 
naverif, qupd idtpiR. Ball, Libert at it pra£ . ctti Rcrcr?*, Sec. ka^ 
tcr. fceijii^ nuil. tibi iuda dclit r [pons* . lib: pijiipimw, rjftod 
non omittjis propt. Libfrtatftn pf'^d!*, tfuin* earn iTijrrediar*^ &C. 
tap in Withern. dorcCf &ۥ juxta, &c. prifS4 tibi^ &C. Tefie^ 

5 And if a Man diftrain any ManV Cattle, and he fuc a Re- 
plevin by Plainr made unto the Slicriu, lor whi.h the Sheriff 
makes a Precept unto the B. iliff to i -plcvy rhem, and the 
BaiiifF return at the next County, clut he cannot replevy 
the CatiJe, bccauk they lue floineJ, or that he cannot 
hvr^ View of the Caitle ; then the Sh'n iff in the fame Coun- 
Cy-Couic ought to make Enquiry if it be true which is re- 
turned, and if it be found fo by the Jury, then the Sheriff 
fjc Officio QxzW make a Precept unto hi&BiilifTs in the Nature 
of a WitbernMm^ to take as many Cattle of the other Parry ; 
And if the Sheriff make fuch Precept to take the orh-r's Car- 
tie in Witbemaniy and the Bailiff will not execute the Writ, 
cben the Party may have a Special Writ out of the Chancery, 
dire£bed unto the Sheriff, commanding him to do JVithcmaw^ 
and to do Execution cf the fuft Judgment : And the Wric 

Rex ViC^ &c. Monfir, Kohis A. qucd am B. £5* C. Aver: a prdd. 
A. ctpif. {3 injtifie detinuif. idtinquc A. coram t: profxcutus fuijfct 
fro Averiit pr^d, Jibi fecund Legem CS* C^ihju tid. rtgni nofiri 
TeplegtMniCy acltctt per \. Ball, tuum, aucin nd jiv.ria prad. de 
diB. A. repleg. mififli^ tejiainm fucrit, €^ per ihqtcfit'on.m {prout 
mtrie eft) m plen. Com, tuo faSt, ccmpcrtnm^ qr.'.a iaitf* Baff. vi^ 
fitm de eijd, jiv trite habere non potuit^ ad e^d.m pr^f A. repUm 
ggMmd*f per quod in pletto Com. tuo confideratum fuit, quod Ave^ 
ris prad, B. c5* C. in Bsliiva tua capenntnr in Withernam, & 
definerentur, quoufq; eidem A. jdveriafua prad Jlcnnd. Legttn (^ 
Cntfuitud* Regni vojiri replegiar. poffint ; idem timen \. Exicntiou* 
trnfidirBtimis pr^d, nondipn 0jluuTite eft^ ad damn, ipfius A. non 

Q^ 3 modiittm 

mid^itm & grsvsmm^ & ^0 Pr^f A. fwkvinift vlwmmt im 
hsifMfti^ tihi frsfipimm^ iftadpitsft, AvmBffdi B. ^ C. 
t»f, m Wttbcrnirn, tr tM datntti fnmfjtu udtm A. A^atHm 
fus frstf r$fl. f$lfu ftmdtm Ug€m i3 tmjmtnd, r$gtd m^i^ & 
fmxts cmfdtfsti^Him prMt^ &c* 

And by thtt it appetretbt thtt the ShcrifF miy itrtrJ 
mthfrw^m<i m Replevin fucd by niiar, if it be fegfti l by 
Enqucft in the Counry thit the Cattle «re efloined tccc 
10 the BiiliC^sRerutn, CTr But upon xhtWithtrmmm ah 
in the County, if the BailiiTdo return thu theothtrl 
liath nor any thing. &€. he fhtll have an dUsi in4 1 Ptmiti/ 
ind fo infinite, and hath no other Remedy (here. 

But upon t Withtrnsm tetumed in the Kmg'i Bcfichy or J 
Common PJe«, if the Sheriff do return thtt the Party hath 
not tny thing, &t. there t C^pu/ (hill be I Warded tgiioQ 
bim, and Exigent, and Proce& of Uefagary. 

In t Replevin fned by Writ, at th« P/nric/ fttQtfltbk rite 
Sheriff dotn return, f»»d swris timrmtM fimt^ &c« Now if 
the Defeniant appear, the Platnrttf wall not bavt t H^ihtr* 
msm^ bfcaufc the Defendint Q>ay gage Deliverance* Aod if 
die Defendant's Cattle be taken in H^itkrmsm^ they (ball 
not be delivered to the PtitntiiT^ but the Sheriff (ball Idm]» 
them ^9uf^ 8tc and the fame appcareth by the WofdifH 
iheWtir: Bur it isfaid, that it is the Ufage in the Kifufi 
Bench^ that they (balJ be delivered unto the Plaintiff; by 
which it fcemeth, that the Form of the Writ of HTuktrnmrn 
there, \$ in annther Manner than it is in the Regifter. 

In a Replevin, at the P/ari// returnable the Sheriff dack | 
Rl^return* ^utd Av^ns tUngstsJunt, &c« and the Defendant do^ 
appear, and pleadetb that he did not didrain rheta : Now 
the Plaintiff fhall not have WlthtmMm, And fb tf tbe Dt- 
p£«t-f«oJant at iht Fluriij returned apptar, and plead that tbt 
i^Mi'^K^ ^*"'« *^« **«*4 "» f**« Default of the Plaintiff, the Plijiicsfr 

And the Defendant id fome Cafes {hall btve a Witkm^ \ 
nsm igiinft the Plaintiff: Ai if the Def^dant hath a Reami 
awaroed for him, and he^faeth a Writ di knwm frrfii^ 
and the Sheriff return upon the l>/ifr2>/^ ijtU Avfri^ tlm^Mm 
fiMtf &c. he ihaJ) have a ScirtfMimi agatnfl the Pledget, tSt, 
eccording unto the Statute of 0fV/f« 1. and if they I 
thing, then he IhiU have Wlthfrmsm agitnll the 
ckf the Plaintiff *s Cattle* :ts^ v$di Ir. 7. it, 1. 




Mcderata Mijermrifa^ 

TH E Writ of AWfT^f J hiifemtrdtM litth ifl Cafe whctd [75 J 
a Min ti amerced in a Cotitr-Baroiif or ocher Courc i4H.4«^ 
iwHtch is not 1 Court of Record, outraptoufly for Trcfpafi 
or other Offence^ then he may iiie this Writ direfted unto 
the Lord of the Courts or unto his Bailiffs, commanding 
them, that they mnderatcly amerce th«- pirry according un^ 
to the Quanrtcy ofthcTrefpafs, trc. And thi:^ Writ i* found* 
ed upon the Sratute of t4»gntt Chsrts r^^. 14, ^md nu^m 
WfT hm9 smnditur nift ftotndvm ^ujmtit^rem 4 USi^ &c. And 
the Proceft upon this Writ it Al't^ and PU ia^ and Attach- 
nient« and the Attachment Uiall be avrarded againft him 3- 
gainO whom the Original Writ was totd ; and the Form of 
die W ir ii fuch : 

Hwf Bi/i* L d$ S. fMlutem, Mtnftrdvif miit C. ^nW cam if ft 
mttfer 0mtrcimut ejfet in Cur. prttd d^mtni 'vtflr, dt 1 j^ra nmliiB 
Mid«t in fW imidit^ ^s sh eo gtsvtm txigith rtdcmfttvrum^ 
g$nfr0 ttntrtm Msgrm Chdrt^ dt Lt^rtsti^ttf Anglisc, is ^«« 
ftntimtar, li!n»d nuUiu Ulftr horn* mmtrdamr nifi ftcmttf fmsn$i* 
tsitm deU&i, & hoc fslvo Cmtemmmto fu9^ tS Vifidrms f0iv§ 
H^*mnMgi9 : Et ideo *vtkit ftdtifimus cfmd # fr^f* C. m$deratmm 
gMfidtis hilfericvrdiMm jfecmidum quant it at, dtliSl$i£tim, wt ^Ismtr 
#i mt veniat indt iterstuf. Ttfle, &c. 

And the Attachment OiiU be tlways dircChd onto (be 
Sheriff; and the Writ ihAl be tuch : 

Rixyic\ &C Si A. ftttrit, Scc* tmte fura. B Ctf C. BmIU D. dt I. 
quod Jint toram jufi it' mffrir dpud Wc(\m\ &C. *)?«»/. ^»#rf cum 
idfm A. nu^er amtrctandttf tjftt in Himdrfd* 'vW Ck^. diBi dtm. 

fui dt I. pn modi €9 dtUBs, in qu^d incidit ; fir ntt sd requifitim, 
$f/m A, fr^f Bmli. fr^ttftrimut^ fmdjitxtm ttmr* Magn* Ch 
t^ dt Likrrtmtihui Ang, moderMtsm db t9 eaptrtnt Mtjtritm 


ftcund. quMHtitdttm fir modttm dtHBi iUiw \ iidcm BmUivt, ffrt* 
sit mmtdsiit mfir. fr^d\ frj^f. A. grmvitrim indt redtmptim^ 
fir V0fiss difiriBitms ttrqutrt fun (tJfsrwU^ in ntflri cwtimft\ 
<^ iffim A. gfdvt dsmpntim, W wnfr* ttnorem Chsrtst pr^gd^ 
%l dititur. Ef hdhta^ ih S)tm\ &c, 7>/?tf, &c. 

And if a Man be amerced in t Court Baron^ where ht did 
aot any Trcfpafs, but it ii fo prefented by the Enqoeft, &€^ 
y«t it feemtth he fhall not have thii Writ, \i the Amerce- 
mrnt be not outragiouj : But if che Steward of his ovca Head 
will amerce any Tenant or other Party without Ctufc^ 1 coft» 
ceive the Party (hall have an AQion of Ttcfpafs^ if he be di- 
ftmined for that Amercement, and the Piny ought not for t^ 
fuc hi> Wf ic of Mtdtrsfs I4ijtrit$r^is* Q 4 4. 

[68 ModifitA Mifcrkir^i* 

If 1 Ptme Covert be itncrceii for Tiefpirt, Cfr. if the 
Hovb^nd be dtftf timd for ' f f, he fliali h«ve ihii Wrttt 
if fbr AitiCTCcmeor be o\ 

Bbt whit Qiall be f»tti 4 moiicrjire AmTCrrti*n% 9^' 
Dar» ippcaifrh by the VVordv of rh^ r»i«l Sfurnf^, wb> 
$.#¥«i»r« ^wMniifMirm d§!ifii* By if 

it excec^t rhc V»!uc of fhe Trd] jftf 

Amcfccmmt j and th«f fliilf be i«tett*lcd for thf V'llac rf 
the Tfcfi^er^ wf ich u done umotbe Lotd, and to h?m whci 
flijtihivc ihs Amefcemcrkt : For if Ofi« Tenint do Trcfptfi 
tuiro arrnrhcr Tenant ^ he (hall be therefore amerced \n the 
Lof d t Court by Prcfcnttnent of ihc Trffp^r ; bat rfut A* 
rr"- '•'•'- -nf (Kalinr'tbeuntorhe Value '^*''^'** n'*^^<'»" "'*rcli 
r n the Tcninr, but Having R^ ng 

•fui Uuvficedone tlfitotbe Lord for the vWiun^i uun^s: ynto 
bii Tenant, 

And tf « Mm b€ Nnnfait m 1 Courc-Blton^ h€ thai I be 
iinereed, and if it beourragioat, he (hill have rbU Writ of 
MfdifMtm 1 1: And (o (bill che D^" 'Hie be 

imerced in i brroght t^i^nft ftim* l .'. foan4l 

fftififl him^ oc rhar be mik MO w^ge hU Law tf 

t£e Day given him in any Pl • ^gainf! htm, &i And 

if the Arnc cement be not moderate, he (htlJ hare tWs Writ 

of M9d(f*tts mifernordsa^ &C. 

Ifi a Coure-Baron if two be amerced for one T ar* 

ragiooAy, thty fliall not join in t MiderMtM mj . foe 

lltey ihall be fcvertlly ametced, alrhooy^h the Trtlpili be 
j(f\nt]y done And Co ii it in i Plaint fued by two, tf di^ be 
Nonfuft, the Amercemenr* flitU be feveraT. %ni thty Hull 
yor jrtin in •/--*, mrftrkordiB*, yet if an AmefCtment bi 
ftt jointly rn.rhen they flitll foin in tf!e Wrir But 

ic ieemeth tni> Amrrceroent ooght to be affreted by Perfoilt 
\ C^vtftin, when rh.'y arc amerced for any Trefpifi And if the 
^Atnercemenc which m fet be aif^red by hli Prerf, then lllii 
Wtit ot Midfra'm mJMi$rttU doth not lie j frf ihm ft tl ae* 
cording unto the Scaturc of M*g. Chm^r\ fttfi i/ / 10 £. 1. in 
Tifle of A^Hon^opon rheSratute in the Ahti^fffn*n*, 

And it i* called MifrrKtnita^ in Englifl fnr the 1 

Sofiil^neff fherenf, by which if feemcth i^ \^ Itfs 

than the Offen 'ben ttfeemcth they Ih«fl be Uvefilly 

arK { eta for a j - nee, becaufc one Iha 1 1 not ht char|f. 

t ^ Offence of another; bur they fliilt cqtnny teti 

ih, 1 — -c, and pay th^^tim aiTetFed! 

And in the Common Pkai the Cnnrfe ir^ when there art 
divert Ocfend4ncs to make fewral Eftreats of the AmcTcel 




Mfderata ^iftrkwdh. 

imnff, tvA to dcliVT rbcm unm the CUfk of xht Afll(f, sn3 
he (hill (icliv^r thecn yrito the Coronet s^ 4n4 th^y uic to j^ 
fun the Amercements fevcraily . , ^ 

And \i divers D?m*ndan^5 ^le amercrd m a real A^iqii 

for rh^rr Nonruif,tbcy mal: itly upnri them, 

•nd deliver ihrm ts be fori: 1 Hte A^fifc, «i?li(l 

"deliver! them over wnto tb« CcKOoer« to ojfifwr the Amcfce* 


But in a perfonil A^Ion in the Coromoti PJets, vAkttt 
thctc aire many Plaintiff ntruf d, and ihcy amerce^^ the CIci k 
hath forgotrcn, and cannot fhew Kowthv Uiage hath bf«o to 
make cht £(Vcears agttnll them ; but it fcemeih with Reaibiv 
that all (hall be done in one Manner. For it cannot proprri]f 
be (aid that a Mao hath Mercy fhewcd and offi?rcd unto hixm 
if he (hall pay, or [hall be put to more Cha/ge for th« 
Oflfcnce of another Pcrfon, which bimfclf hath not done : For 
the Nature of the Word (Htrcy) is,thac « Manihall not be pu* 
niihcd fo much as he hath dcfcr%'ed By which it appear, 
effa, that every Amercement (hall be or ought to be ievcraL 
ly aiTcUcd upon every one for his own Offence, and that 
to % lelTer Sum than he dcfcrvech to pay. ^t^t the Ufagc 
ftnd Manner thereof in the Common Pleas, and look the 
Statute of Wtft, I. C0f. iS* by the Equity of which Sta- 
ture the Ufage is accrued, and doth contii»ue in the Commoa 
Plca5 and King's Bench, and before the JuAices nf Afllfe ; 
and the Clerk of the Warrants in the Common PJeas doth 
make the £rireat$» and doth deliver them unco the Clerks 
of the Affife, to deliver them unto the Coroners to afttrg 
rtic Amercements, and the Coroners db «(!«:($ the Amcrco* 
mcntf, and deliver them unto the Chcksot the AQiles, tnd 
rhcy deliver chem back unto the Cicik of the VVirranrs, 
who mikcth the Ellreats : And then one of the Juftices of 
the Common Pleas, or the Clerk of the Warrants goeth 
I with iht Rolls of the li^rcacs into the Excheqotr, and there 
H puts thtm before the BarOns of the EAchcquec. Aitd the 
V Fmm of the EOreatis fuch i 
fi Stift Da Henr. Hart & Will. Miner, quia mn hA^mrtrnt Jom 
banncm Bfokj?M^*r tit B.iw Cow pr^d, t\^m\fufniaM msmtttpt* 
mm. Sec. Dl Johanne N. pr* je & fiiig.Jukt fmtt nm eft pr§ftcmm 

PBrfVf fitttvi 'vtrfw N. H, <^# IC« *nGtm. ff^i. Huvbandman in Fimm 
iit9 Dthtt\ &fc, Pe Stophaiio White, fn fmiff^lMm* fia vtrfm D* 
^p &'C. tn P!jutt9 Dtiimhnuy &c. And ih the EQreat doc6 
r^iearfc the Caufe for which he w«e aanefceif^ ^e^ For rhe 
JuAices do not atrcfi any Sum fjr SLn^ Amercement upon 
}n, but make their Entry a^ sbotefiid } a ' ' 





^70 MfideraSd MiftrrCfird/d, 

the Cotooen do (kt tht Sum ^pon the Hcsdi ef tfm 
tbctxi ; ts upon every nne of fbem 4 /. or d/. if they lili 
chink & in their Difcretions, vit.. levtrailf opoa every of 

And by che Sntute of Msgns Qksrtm, ctf, 14. no Spirirotl 
PerfOofluJI be arnercet) iccordmj; to his Spliittiil Benefice, 
bite iceording unto his Liy-feej end tccrtrding unro the 
Qutntiry of che Ttrfpafi ; ind if he be other wife imerced^ 
he fhi»l have % Wric upon the faid SUrurc agitnO the She* 
flit '"' htm who ame^ctd him. And che Wrtr fliill be fach : 

Rrar K/, ^c. ^um in Magn. ChMftM dt liktrt^u Angl* 



, S^*td nnlU £alffi0fli€a fftfrn* Mpurt. /uwulmm muamUm* 

tmm Btmfk* fmi E^drfiaftUi, ftdftcmuUam Lstcwm F>$d, pmm \ «# ^ 
jmm ix ^lurtls S. Firfm\ 5c c^ BiUfimw^ ^mtd lUit if ft mttihtm ■ 
L^i4um ii§d* ftmst, tu tmmm iffwm S. in Turm tm, im Hvtd^td^ ^ 
i^i^ fuper sitAuihtt ctrsm it in t^wm Tmrn fr^fintst*t *f/* ^fn^ 
ffr kn nm fmtmmUtK ntf hg^timt imviki, pr$ vtiuntst* ims 
gTsvttfT sfmrHsffi, & jtmirtisnHntmm tiiud di htm /•«/ BuUf* 
sB4Ct$ it-tmri ikintdis winaj fmfit^ in if fins S. dnwfnmttt nm mmiim 
€um & ivmrs ttmr, Chs^tM fr^diB : N«i ntlimttf tffntm S. tm 
tMfStft ffjt^rnvnri, tiki pr^dftmus, f^^fi '^^ 'A '*'"' 'f/*"" S* ^ 
gtrnm tt tnUur mmtrtisr^ fin Amnnintmtit mLfmd dt kmmfmig H 
MiiiifsfiiiiS Itvnn ntm /j^\ iwntrm Umnfti Cksrt0 fttfrsdiff i ^ 
i^tfiri3nm\ fi ^nstm, ^c T^ffe, &c. 

And upon this he may fut m Al* end PT tnd Attnth* tm* 
|e(f the Sheriff do according to the Wrir direfted unto him* 

And it feemcth that the Party may fue a Writ upon the 
Statute by a Pm/, &c. if he wtlJ, agatnf! the Sheriff or tilt 
^her who amerced him, becaufe that the Sttrutc 11 a Pro* 
hibiticxn in it felf, and need nor fue ftich a Wrtr as aforcfaU. 
And by the Statute of Msptm Ch^tn every Atncrcemaoe In 
a Court*Baron ought to be aifeered by two Tenititi of cfce 
Manor upon Oath. And if the Stewifd or Bailiff wilt aflefi 
any Amercement withour Affecf mcnr, then be who if iOMlw 
ced fhall have fuch Writ : 

Rix Bnllivi$ Eftjt* W, dt$, SmUh*, Bpum in Uspm Ch&H^ 
di UhitiMih. Angl. cmtiimMtnr, Si^ wdb/ h^ kmt§ 0itM^ 
tiirnr ft^ fnrvf itUBt mf futttt drn tt tn^dttttt tffimt diliBi^ & 
fn umim d*liQ§ fattnd, ntngmtndititm diliBi, jnkm Cmfttt^ 
Mrara Jm, & H^rcntwr ttdttm wedSi fnltm hL^chnndifn fns^ ^ 
i^immi tiinrftu ^msttt nnfn ndtm nmdn ttmtrcia\ fnl^as WM* 
m^git fn$, fi itmdif* im mtmtmm mtfirmtt^ & mtis UijMiwdimr, 
ff^d ftiHM, ttifi ftr furmmnt* fr wk w n m Cf Ugslfmrn hmitmm 
f^ vi}n\ ffma Ml §0tdtm Cksmm flmnm imnutttttr i m $mm m 
fuertlm kmmmm & Tmmimm Mmtrii frthi. 





fVrit de Haiho hdendd* 

fiTMf VU ipfif kmmimtt ^ ttntntis^ iwm in Qwr. tjmfdim M^ntn* 

§n hiifaU^rtiiam intiitrint frit mh^u$ dt^it*^ ^d magnat ftamiMr^ 
fmnmsf t^iuittsrit sffid^iit^ nm ^irmitttntet ^imm^ miftric^rdis 
$Ss per fs€r0m(nt. h^minmm ^ Ttmntium ejufdtm tdsntrii pa«j* 
f«r, f*^ iffirwm hmitt, & Ttneniium dmmpnum rnn modieum^ tf 
€tmrA fimnm Charts ft^tt : Iks^ ^vUntts ChsrtBm iil, fs mmw* 
$ut &Jtrtgultt fnii mrtieulk invi^ls^ilinr §hj(r*vmrjf -whit fird&^ 
pimm^ tfuod 0^ hujuftn9di frnmrnu fit^r homin, & Ttfitutfrjed. ^uum 
in mijiri(4rdtM imidirint V9lumari0 affidend^ foiitm dtfifltniiJ^ 
Miprieoraid^m hujnfm%di pit fatrammtum pr$h§rum <Jr hgmliwn 
ksminnm tjufdem Cur^ pmi prtmitstiif jnxts ttnwtm ChBrtd 
ffM^. Ttfte^ &c. 

And he may foe an Alim and a FluHis thereupon, vtl 
£Mnf*m mBii fiinifi$ts^ and afterwards mi Attachmenc againd 
the OailiSi, or him who aflciTech the Amerccmenr. 

JVn$ de Native habenio, 

J. T^ HE Writ de Hstivt h^Uftndt lieth for the Lord who 
I cUimcch the Inheritance in any Villain, when his Vi!- 
hin is run front hioii and is remaining wkhin any place out 
of the Minor umo which he Is regardant, or when he de* 
parteth frnm his Lord againll the Lord's Will : And the Wcic 
ihalJ be dlrcf^ed unro the SheriiT; and if the Sheriff will not 
fi»rve Che Writ, he fliall have an Aliof and a Plun'tt, and Ac- 
cachmenc againfl the Sheriff, if need be. 

g But if a Man have an Eftate hoc for Term of Life» or for 
Vears in t Villain^ it feemech he fhall not have this Writ of 
Itsiiv hAhmd^^ becaufe this Writ is in the Nature of a Writ 
of Righc for to recover the Inheritance in the Villain, and 
f be fame tppeateth by the Count in the Writ, ^«^c t^* 




bifD : Ai it is in a Rtpttvin, if the Defendant claim Property, ^ut if wk0i 
the Sheriff cannot replevy the Cattle, bat the Party ought to Cmrt. 
fiM I Writ d$ ^r^pfittMU pr^mUs : And fo if the Villain fay ^^ Vid 
chat he is a Freeman^ &g, then the Sheriff ought not to fclfe j^ r J^" ' 
himp but then the Lord ought to fue a Pitm to remove thc^^ ^^ 
Plea before the Juilices in the Common Picas, or before the 
Jttfticcs in Eyre, Bat if the Villain putchafe a Writ dt Li* 
$€rtMti fTQksnds before the Lord hath fued the Font to 
temoire the Plea before (be |ufticci| then that Writ of 


Ukrtmtt f*9im»ds i« nd, rKat lie pm^ 

Ctftfd fUlf If pott tlie VVirL fir ..« iv-p ... » ..^ ,,U itir P- — -^'tht 

Juftlcef. or fiH iKt Day rbfl Pin be adrot3rnc<) b [n- 

f» aftd fhif fht Loti otitjht f>or to ftiiV the Villi! 
I Time. Bar it tKh D^y rhc Wrircrf Lthttst* 
iMiriiffle EfTca, b^cttir 
Xor4 ifny (cliVfiH VtlUi: 
Immgbf agiM Mm by t , a chough h ^: 

JyfHce^ m ff*?irt, otffif J Byre. 

And if fhc Lord ftc • - Vwi't, ind rhc Villain pw* D 

chalVthH Writ of Lti^rrt mi e pr^snts^ by fb^C the Stktfff&i)! 
HOC proceed fur! ftfr h\ fhe \V Tf df ffjfJv^ ksJ^^nJ^ b»»f iKc 
^bole Pk4 ftia ibrt the Jtjft :, 

and chencb* VV w. :,. ., ; i« and rbc Kcc « ..,,.: he 

fcnc before the Ju(lic<i in Eyr^ •nJ rbe Inrd ILitl dcciif« 
fbcteopon, and tht V^' "- "- " --i^lne bi« [>ef!nce, and plead 
tbcrcunco ; and tht i declare upon the Wttr d§ 

iJifrf ' •/►t^ nor any I nmg ftafl be de>n€ tfi^ecjjoo t 

for t Is ^ bat i SwfrrjfdtjiT ii5 ttxf ct%U for tbt Time, 

and fe aij jwrn rbe Record and the Wnc of f^Mtivt kthi$i§ 
befdretbe JuOicti in Eyie ,- And ♦bar appearcfb by flu 
m^im cf the Wtk% t)f NJf/t/f (Bskwdt, and of LtUrisu 
:^Nu/#, irbich arefuchi 

hmkr^ A^* C B. N^itvam C^ ; rum nm tmn(^, CsrmMk 

IfiTT ^Tf t.r r>;r;-n H ^ff, ffui fit* if /fi tefTMfistiffi C^fm»f, Df*». H, 

i / r £/ prtkihm, ftfrr ]9rmf»S^ mfir, m ^mt 

Tl« Fonn tiF ibe SAtrtsit fnhmniA4$ focb : 


Lihrtate Ji 

; *iw*i ji pr^i' A. C" U 

fiuf'dt Ai 

pr rn ;» fjur.* ^j/ Ifivf^dnyn 

■ r^ 7£^,f.;' ;S 

vtJtj jif^f^H *«» '« ; 


»f1| f>#Tt*l«|/ #i « t^ 

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hMhTifMt\&dic tr^d.h 

-r^eUmJuMm •wrjiu^ 

psfst. A, dr B. /*^' »r.- : .... , . 

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w. 7V/#. arc 


LiberMt prohAndd^ I y^ 

G And now by chefe two Writs ic appeareth, that- the Lord 1 1 II 4. 4t 
who fueth rhe Writ de Satiw balffndo, (h*\\ purlue his Plain c C'sfcjign 
upon the Writ of Sa*iv^hth:nJ)^ and (hall declare thereupon, *'•'' 
&e. an^ thatch^ Villain flu U make Oc^'eace, and upon rhac 
Writ de Sstivobtb.nJi the Freedom (^t^ll be tried. And alfo 
it feeoieth by thefe W its, that a Writ dt Ubert»te prab^n-U 
doth not lie, if not upon 4. Writ di Sstiv9 h§benJ» fued oac 
before by the Lord. 

H But it appeareth in izH 3. Itin. Nirth. that the Villain F1«.2. Vi'^ 
fued a Libertate fnbanda, & obtulit p at thefoudh D^y a- lainigc 3«i 
gainft the. Lord, and he did not appear, but made Defaulr, 
for which, upon the Default of the Lord, the Villain was 
cnfranchifed ; and ht hid a VViit unto theSiicrifT, that he do 
not fufFer the Lord to trouble him after : s:iHhi vid. in Tide 
yiliainjge in the Abridgment ; and tjid, d^y H. 3. 4 good Caie 
of that Matter. 

A And when he fueth the Kativo hAbcndo^ he flialf enter a Pirz. Vil- 
Plaint before the Sheiffin the County, as he ihall do if laina^ 7. 
he fue a Replevin by Writ unto rhe ShriifF, he ought to enter [78 J 
his Plaint before the Sheriff; ^o Ihall he do upon ihi Na:iv^ 
hsbindo : And the Plaintiff ihill recite how he is his Villain, 
and bow that he flrd from him, &c. And by the Writ of 
Libert Mte probands that Plaint fhail bs removed before the Ju« 
fticesof Eyre, or brfore the Juftices de Banco, and tiTen tht 
Matter fliall be tried b.fore th:m, &c. Or the Lord may 
r«^move the Plaint by a Pone before rhe Juiiices of the Coin- 
mon Pleas, and thereupon he ihall have Procefs againft the 
Villain, &c for the Sheriff cannot determine the Title of 
Vi]laina{;t in fhe County ; and that is proved by the Woids 
in the Wrir of Libtrtate prsba>da, viz. Sluia hujufmodi prohs* 
ti$ nwfirtinct ad te €apifni\ &c. 

B And it is good ^br rh-: Lord, that when he fueth the ^/il• 
tiv babendo nnto xht Shrtiff, that forthwith he fue his f^me 
onto the Sheriff, to remove the Plainr before the Juflices of 
the King's Bench : For if afrcr the Nativo bab^ndo fued, the 11 H.4.4}. 
Lord fue a Pone to remove the Plaint before Che Juftices de Cjafcoign. 
BsficB, and before he delivereth the Pom to the Sheriff, the q^m 
Villain fueth Libertsre frobania, and delivereth the fame to ^rc.±6 
the Sheriff, by which the Sheriff adjourneth the Plaint be- :y K.3. ^^ 
fore the Juflices in Eyre, and rerurnech the Matter upo^i the Viilan.aiy 
PMt before the Juftices of the King's Bench ; now the Ja- \z-'lhatth€ 
fticcs of the Bench ought not to proceed upon that Pw# a- ^^'V'-J '-^ 
gainft the Villain,bccaiife that the bherffharh returned, that ZlT^itrnt 
he hath adjonined the Matter before the Juliicesin Eyre by again/i the 
tl)e \Vi it of Libcrf frQ^ands, gr/paf v.d, WL a6 £. j. aai yet the iSserijj. 

1 74 Uherwe frohdnda. 

FmeXPU ot Met Dire th*n the Writ d« U^trfsn frt$d 
bot \rif ROC 4crmrtd unto the SherifT bcibrf rbe Ukru 

And if t Man futth fcvcrti Writi of ttstiv bslmdt j 
rwo^ the two miy joia in a U^mstt fn^m$d0, noiwid 
tng the ftver*] Writf. ^ ^ ' — 

IE 4* x€M ^^^ * '^'^ ^^ ^^^^ ^^ * Writ of N0tiv9 hMkrwdi bot ti^fl 
Hattin. % Villiini» but in JFavour of Liberty many ViHaint may jol^ 
tf tbt Btmd in a Uhrtstt frp^smds. 

m^)um I And it f««meth that the Villain may fae a Lihfrtmtt pr^Mwis B 
^J tip bcft»rc the Jufticcs it Bsnf§^ at well a$ before the JoOtccsllI 
H*ifMLd ^'^' fttihough there be no ftich Writ in the Regifter. BiK 
fh4 fiuiU * it foch Writ be midc rcturntblc before the Jufticet is Bmm, 
mt mn, if feemeth it is gmxl ; and they QulJ proceed thertupon as tf 
Br, VdUi^ it were before Juftic« in Eyre. 

S*£^' V ^^ ■ ^'*^ ^^ ^"^'» **^ the Pltintiff be Nonfmt after 
tsJftrrm P^^^^^^i ^^^ Defendant fiiatl be for ever enfranchifed ^ 
I^iJuit ht 'V'^- ML I 2 £• I. and upon Depaiture in Defpire of the C 
msfimjrmt'^'heT^' he apptareth, and (aith he will feek Counfet, 
thifidiu' aftetwird he n demanded, and maketh Default, there the 
^/'^'^ Vilfiio fliall »>'? for ever enfranchifed : And fo upon t lU* 
lt7tWy\\ ^'^''' ^^ ^^^ Hatntiff fay that he will not purfuchij WritoT 
hjrugc 10* ^'f/'t ^'^^^ Defendant Hull be ccifranchiied for ever. j 

^9t,i c^'ot.hrfirtAfpf^mttt^ ieE.1. Vill. |f. f^E. i. ¥t'%.Vi\l\^Tk PLwt 

Smi per Cur. it it m Enfrsmhtftmem ftt rtftr. ^o IL i , Vi IL 4^. Har?y (>■ Miit« 
^ '" ' •' ' t^ tht Mmvi^t, Br Mighmn ^iwf. King Im fAr Oij| 

fi^ /j^ MV/>, «Bi^ wi?<r« ^ StT9ngtr mdrritd ktr* 


fht u fnfrmckiffd hu dtin 
Tm:$ wbert tift Ufrd msmti 

%t Ad 54- And if a Fretmtn mirrieth a Woman who is a Sitft 1 
^"J^**l^^* fo another, fiie Ailf be for ever free» although th« 
mmimtr* Husband dieth, and (he ffirvive him, and that by Brif/w m 
rUi M Hiift^^^ Book m JM'Mwtm Uhtrtmtii And it ft«nd« With Re^foQ 
wish Li' that the Law be fuch, beciufe that (be and her Huiband Aft 
um**^ht but One Perfon in Law, and 0)e ougKt fo bf of the fame Na* 
Xgenjfr> ture and Condition to all Intentt as bet Hosband it ; btit the 
JP*J*j^ Hoiband it fpr ever free without any Condition in Law ot 
£^tht <^^^^^>^^» ^^ by Confcqucnce the \yife otaf ht to be of the 
m/ih ^AOic Condition and Nature as her Huibiod tf| and then V 
J^tfr 9r ht' he be once clearly difcharged of VilUsnage to all InttDta^ flw 
cannor be a M#/lf affcrwardi without her own Special AS, 
ai by Divorce, or Confeflion in a Court of Record, and that 
Sri^^ in Favour of Liberty v for a Freewoman Ihall not be ViUaiily 
Devon /&f ^' Ulcing cf a ViHatn to be her Husband* 
wfrnsmftk Nicb, hmi tktStifm^i ti/njfmd^d, u H, 5. Vitl. 4 E. Sktjbai mi ki 
dme*di4 fmMfViiwtt£9 Asttng tit Cwvmwi, p K Vill. x^, cool, ft £- |. ^ 

Lihiridte frohand/* lyf 

In ft Writ of NiVfi ic Uhoveth the Lord who fucth tlii n E.t.VjJL 
Writ to bring with him two Pcrfons « the Icaft who tre of 5** '^ *^^' 
the Villami Bbod, that will conftfs them to be Villaim, f^'j^'^j^ 
Of her wife the Writ fhiK abace : And what Ihill be fnfficient Caw/miv- 
Piooff whit not, fee m the Title of yWMnMgt in the J^itig- msL fhsS 
mtmiu Bac la a S^tivf hs^end^^ after the Plea is removed «o^ *^ 
i^y t Pitm^ if the Defendant will confefs himfelf to be^«^'^^'» 
Villain, then the Plaintiff ncedcth not lo bring any Proof ^//^ 

If two bring a ^^ttvo hshmd$^ the Nonfuit of one of them VilJ. \6.%ii 
is the Nonfait of them both ; for Summons and Severance O/^Na.Br. 
lieth not in that Writ, But in a hiiertmt pr^andm it h other* 4^ ^^ 
wife, for there the Nonfuit of the onefhal] not preitidice the 2^^[ST^J 
other. Br.VilUa. 

And it appeareth by the Regifier, that the Sheriff cannot 

[ftifc the Villain by Force of this Writ of Hstiv h^h.ndo^ al. 

tthough that the Words of the Writ are, H»k§n f^ist A. 

T|i«f/vif7v» E5* fitgitivum fttum ; for thefc Words give him Power 

[to hold PJca^ and not ocherwife, as it appeareth in s H. 4. ibk 4. 14. 

lina f*ux Imprifnnmcnt. But if the Villain doth confcu 

I unto the Sheriff rhat he is a Villain, then it feemeth reafon* 

able that the Sheriff ought to feife him, fasting the Opinion 

of that Boole. But the Statute now m«keth (he Matter clear 

that the Lord may feife himf and fo the Sheriff at his Re- 

f quell. And the Procefs in the Haivs hsifend^ is SummooSf 

Attachment and DLilrefs. 

In a hJMtiv9 hshmd^ the Plea was removed by a Pme, and 
the Sheriff returned thereupon ^m eft inv^rttur^ for which a 
CsftM was awarded, and after, upon Return of iJm §ft in* 
nttmt4t a Ltttifst was awarded, upon a Surmile made that be 
Was in a foreign County, P j H.6^ 

And in the L'^nmu fr^^Mndti the Proccfi is as upon the (79 J 
?mt fued to remove a Plaint in the County upon a Replevin, 
Sum> Attachment and Diftrefs. And the Form of the Tmi 
upon a NMtivt kMhtndo is fuch : 

Rr3f Ftt\ Sec. Pme ad Paitigntm Ptttntit, LoquiL ^um tfi im 
Csm. tnp ftr Breve mftrum inter A. t^ R. ^utm idem A. (Um, 
^4tivitm & fagifivum fntem ; 1^ fnm\ &c. ^sd, B. qn$d turn 
fit iki, pr^tf, A. indi nffmf, £i hMhtM ihi imi\ & hu Bnvi^ & 
aUud Bnve, 
|A And if the Villain do remain in ancient Demcfii of the 
KingintheKing^Handi, and hath r emained there by a Year 
and a Day, then the Lord cannot have not maintain this 
Writ of Naiivp halfendt (b long as be remaineth there : But 
if be bath tm remained witbin the incienc Dcmcfa of the 


Lrcrtdtf ^cIm^A^ 

I Yeir, or iitbfir Time, 
1/,, vb«^ tbc Lq.(1 (lull 



mSMffrii ftflr i>#p f; 

OUm fim Q0UirK^\ 


Bet it t^pumh kv the Wrkt Uut If ch^ Lo<rd cUIfa Wfl 
wirhio tile YcAi: tknd D«v rCuc h« CiC.6 ij>co cKc uKifnr D^\ 
mmth, chicriifliiibff Vi Uin (htll not f)iv« Ad^magc uf^b 
ttayifig ttaif : Bm it r«efnecb tbtr che tc-t4 oofkr to cUlm 
Cbe Vitlfttii within erety Ycmr atid Diy chic rhe VilkiniUy* 
€fh%ilr!!in dncte :il>rttieni. it Ik fkdf lllike hb '^^■'•^uili 
> lany Lind. Due if cb^; 

u.. .-. . - . .- ... MAAOf thti> in iricient 

which u in (* irctTic.i uf utlitr Lotd th *g, ind i 

fbyctb 4 Veai 4iiii 4 D^y, or fix miL.; » -*< '"^ 
CUioi mule hv rh« Lo^d, ttii€withA«n(ling r 
my uke aodktfc him, nr hiire.t Specui Wn^ 
liA^nMii afibift lib VUlAto , AiuSttd uoco tlMi Sbci ifft 
is rJd. 

If t Mjfi pnrdiilki VilUin of inoebtf tuiia hixp luidbi 
Hcirt, 4iid Lh« Vii "om him* hcfhiUont biiir«] 

thh VVrtf ^, ^ Jiivj jfc he hitb nn Proof of Ufl 

Blood who wi|Jxoai«6. cuciti (o bm VilUifii cuim rh: Pkin*! 
itff^ and if ks bfinf M«n of the Viiikia*« Blood, \%tiQ coam} 
Mi Am CO be Viilaint co i Scr^oi^^ Aiid hoc to ciie fhia^ 
tifft tbe liOM U nor fuffi^iitii; P; oaf. M^^mt t^mm. 

And the Lord n ^to lh« Shtriff to ifift C 

bun rodi(biiQ hti _ .„ .„ Wtif ti: R*#f^\ &c 

Bfsdfifmtf r?*T, f <fi i/ i^j m*mibmm A. ^^ i% «^j i/'f i 

Utim dditM & tmjmis* Ttflt, 5cc Soe die Sttmte jU^ i JL 

And when rbs E.iA| ^ Higt of hii tJicitiit Dtoiefk Q 

Landf ki hit Hindi chi< :^ii>'ic cbf Rctlin» rhra thcotbsr 
E/irdi who h4y« Mteititf D.m^fa tiinds of iht KtDg in Per. 
£um flull hmvc fach Wric lo rijc tliciD ; tnd tbe Wdt b 

RfX 9^i€\ tec* flMIJ D^^iJti/ J Jli/?f# fff Allgl. /#f 

irri»« li^c fratfiftmitt ^ q»hi ft Hitrngrimm dt Q. m^t^ms**^ ^ .fgj 





Writ dc Situritate Pdcis. 

TsHgtMm haktrf fst. di tth^. Tmmi^ fuk in M0mri$ pMiT, 
fiius frim fifti (gnfuivit T/fff &c. 

And if the King's Villains do convey themrtlvn ewe 0f 
the Manor, then 4 Spectal Writ thtU be dircd^d umo tho 
Sliniff^ rhac he enquire by fh« (Jjthf of honcft tnd good 
Mtfi th'cN^mcf of them, and where (hey abide, md thar be 
Bkike them tfturn, and abide ^'ichin the Manors as be- 

f If a Woman fucth a Wrir of Lfktnstt ^(^Mnds, the Form 
of the Writ is fuch : MtufitM^it mi^ii Alicia, ^ww^ tam iffs 
iihr4 fcmma fis , Ice. ei fsr^tg i krt^ttm fittm^ &C, BC fopra. 

Writ di St'curitau PacU, 

THIS Writ Heih uhen a Man \s in Fear or Doubt tbae 
anotbet will beat or afTaolt hitn« and lierh properly 
ivbeie one Man doch tlircitrfn anoeher Mtn to kill him, beat 
bim, or aflaufc him ; then may h^ com<^ info the Chancery, 
and pray to have fuch Writ unro the Sheriff, and the Form 
of the Writ is fuch ; 

Rix P^tu Line. /Wnf, ^i> A. di B. n9l>it gf'Bitit. emfmjl, 
fjl, ^u*d C #1 de cvtf^rt fiio mshiftfie minMt^ ; Tihi ^r^tdfftmm^ 
mufid ndtm A. d^ pr4tf,C firmam Pmtem if«y?r#w, faundum Cm^ 
Jut. Angl hshtri fmc. irs i^utd fitwr. fit, qn^itid A, di iorfvf* 
fm f r ffmf C 'mH p€r f^§turmu$nifn fnmm damnmm Vii perttwm 
htm rnnfVfnmt. Tefle^ &c. Or ihm'- de tnCendtt d&m$rum fus* 
ntm msnifffii mirtsf, T%hi pfscipimm, See. it0 fii$df 3fc, iid. A* 
did^mihtf Juii prjtd* p^r kujujfmdi inundiwm dsmpnum, &C4 And 
t Man may have a Writ for f he Safety of his Body, an^ fot 
the Ourning of his Houfes> atl in one Writ. And he may ban 
«n Altai and a Ph*-ia^ *nd Attachment agatnQ the Sheriff, if 
be doe< not hii Ot!ice, &t. 

And by the ancient Comft of Law he ought to tike bii 
Oarh Upon a Book beforf he have this Writ, before a Maftet 
of the Chancery : But now they nU to foe fofth fuch Writs 
by their (*riend!Ey who will fue for them wjthrat any Oidi 
made ; and (he fime U ill done, becaate they are many Timea 
foed, more for Vexarion than for any good Ciufe ; and the 
Jadicei of the King's Bench will not grant any Writ for 
Siurcty of Peace, wirhouc making Oath that be ii in Feat of 
corporal Damage. And the JuHices of Peace ought nor to 
grant any Warrant at the Suit of any one to liod Sureriei 
of Peace, if the P^irty who doth require the fame will not 
take hti Oath that he requireth the fama not for Mallet, but 
foe (be Safety of his Body, 

R A»4 

Writ de SecarnM Tdtis. 

And if 1 Nftn hifh ftie^ « Wrtr iftinll oo« difedtJ ttfiro 
the Shcfifr', in - nf him ro kfcp 

tlic PrftCtf, toti vjicc tgiinil htm 

who demifiAe^ ttiei«jQit; U« u.iacb tieiiiiiidcd the Surety 
of Pc*cc (kalt havt Aruchmfot iK»itiil kfin to finJ Scitt* 
ciei ; Aoil fbc VVttt u fudi r 

. RiM Ft$\ he. $t A ftmit, &e* ^«it« &e. B, fn^ >^ i^mm 
Jitfi^c*, 6cc, t/f/»r f *»f fmm p^4ff* B. fr^rf, A. rf* ftf^rrfiit m$* 
it^^<f\ &C ^j/I A. f# tttsfimi Breyt mpK it f^Mt hd. Mi9^ ^ 

f»m v*l f^§ewt0C fmsm fr^f A, A tmfpt fm dmttmm W ^«p^ ' 
fv/tfivt «»« fvni?>\ fV. B. mhiltmimm in pfjffst* A- spmd W t» 
1^ ^r, infuft fnit, cJ- 4f /<«•», &C. in mftrt etntrmfi. msmfijt^ iff if* 
fm A. gf'^'i'f* dsm^mum^ df cmtr, psctm ntjifsmi Sf bskiM iki 
Pieg. & hi Brevi, T^fli, 3tfC, 

Aod cipoa fhtfWrit the Pltlaniffliin reccM^et Dimigei, 
•nd rhe D^fendanC Qiitl be fined for faliComcmpt. if b« be 
found guihy. 

And if any one will hivt t W lit for Surety of thePciot B 
againi^ any one uho duellerh wirhm the Cinqoe Pofu, 
ffim he ikafi have a Writ out of the Chancery dtrzLUd un- 
to the ConOable of D*vir, and umo (he Warden of dbf^ 
Cinqoe-Porft, and ihc Writ fliall be fuch : 

Rtx dUfft% CT fdtU jilt N QmfiMsri$ Csfn fid Dovi 
& Cayff/ £2^Miiif«r Ftrmttm fmnm^ fslmifm, Mmdmm 
fiia^ Mmdtts ^utrtU A. ^ rr futd B, ^ ryV <^f Ltkrtsii ^i 

dirif^ him indt twnm rsUmthm itdm A /a^r bic dtkiimm & 
ftpittim jufiiti^ twmfkmtntwm fitri fmtiMm^ pr$m dijvi ^ ffm 
9w$dmm iigim dr cmfuft ftrtnMm prsdtQprmm fmr^ fmtmi . ^j 
ditu t% tsju tvwfimtU fitti imfutvit, Ttfii, &c. 

Bur it is i common Opinion^ The Stcority whidi tbe ! 
ftflf ought to cake of the Party who ought to findSu 
jbr rhe P«ace» ought to be taken by B^^nd, chat b to Qy, 
bifid the party and his Surer ict by Bondi that he ktefi clit 
Peace, and chit he burn not the Hoafer, &(. But nanv ifiif 
rhe Statute r>f i £ 3. c#^. 6 which appointcth that etftib 
Pcifon* Iball be tfligacd in the Chancery to keep the Peaet, 
theif are other Form% of Writs for the Eafe of the PenpJi 
who «tU hive the Peaet agtinft other Perfoni, which Wvia 
frill lAue out of the Chancery ; and fomt of thctn are di* 
rt^cd Ofito tbejufttcci of the Peace, and unto the Sl»eri£ 
ond feme tre dirtded only onto tht Sheriff: And th» 
Witti «€ of ochct FotiDit which Ik (uch : 

V, mm* 



Writ di Scburiuie facts. 1;^ 

AiX diUBis & f dibits fttis^ T, &C. & focus fu is jufiietMriii 
^fiprk sd Pdetm roftrMm in Com S. C9iif:rvskd. fljfirn fatuton. 
Or thus, CuflotT Pscit ntjti'^ in Com* S. &c. & ^/f. ^j'ih Cm\ 
& eoruTM €m*'tibet, fahtem. Or tfidf, >V S. filutefk. Suppli- 
cavit nohif A. 4fH§d cmm rpfe de vttA & mntilMt. mhtkrdrum 
fuoruvty netmn Hf irtcevdio dmvrttm JkA^\ .fer E. grdvittr fir 
maniftftt c^mminMtits exi', veliwus jro Jtnriist', ipfifis A- 
in hac parte provider^ ; iJus fuppUcMtion' pr^d. amiuenies vobii^ 
niel tiki prigcipitnia^ fi miter ivjangentes , ^ttod pryd* E. rw/»w 
votie, vel te^ ctrporah'rer venire facidtity (S* ipfum ad fifficim 
tntrs ManuCMpi invmena* ^ cjui tum mdnmapere *volutrint fuB 
cert a pmna fihi per ie vel 'vot ratimayUitit ivtp.neniV , pro tjui 
mhis re/ponder e vo'ueritis, vel volueris; Or thu.^, Et ipfum E:^ 
dd fufficitnt^ Se€uri*af inveniefip^^ fuh poena centum lih. ad opus 
nofirum foivend* .vfJ etUemlihet fomm fuh ptena^^c. cjuod ipfe dampn 
vtl malum aliquod .i.iem A- d^ corps ■ [iiOy vcl de domibm fuis per 
hkjnfmodi imendium, ntn fa^^ nee fieri procurabit, ^uovii mod4 
CBmpellatis, vcl ctmpeffof, Et fi hot coram vthis vel te fscere rem 
tufaveritf tuncipjtem E^proxim. gaol, roflr a commit tat te^ velcovt* , 
i^ittas^ in eadcm falvo cuffod, ^uouffac hoc gratis facer e voUiertf, 
Et cum SecUritat, iUam Jic ccperitie, vel eeperiSj not inde in Canm 
ciSaria no/ha fub figiliis vcpris vel alicuyts veffrum, ^Jslfub fti 
giOo tuo, diftinife (^ aperte fine diUtionr r^ddas certiores^ certifi* 
cetisj vel certifices indilate, hoc Breve nobis remitteittes^ vil rcmiii ' 

And for this Fotm of Writ, when the Writ is in the plu- 
ral Number, the Writ i^ dire£!ed unro the Jaflices of Peace^ . 
or unto the Juftices and Sheriff. And when it is in the fin* ^ 
gular Number, the Writ is dircfted untcf the Sheriff only; ' 
or Unto one Jufticc only. ,. 

And if the Husband rhfeateft his Wife ttf beat or tb kilP''^^* ^•'* 
h^r, (he (hall have this Writ : ' 

SUppliceevit nobis A. uxor B. (jttod cum ipfa de vita fua fir mum C^^nry - /^O 
tiUtione membrorum fuamm fcr pr^d, B. &C. [ut fupr^ ufque ^^^*U&f, 
Wl> refpond' v^luerit] qMod tffe pr^f A. bine Cf bonefte traitom "^ ' ^^ 
bit iaf gubirndbit, ac damfn. & malum aliquod corponfuo, C/AJUlxf Cif 
sliter quam sd virumfwtm ex taufa regiminis fir cMJttgationii nx, 
ftue licite & rdtitnab. pert im ntn fsc\ nee fieri procu/abit, quo^t 
fh9d0 eompeBatif, &c. . 

And if a Man be In Variance i^iih other Men, and he Is iff 
doobt that Damage or Hurt will come unto him, or his Ser« 
. rants or his Goods, by rcafon of this Variance •, then he • 
fhall have a fpecial Writ againft them direQed anta the 
Sheriff; that he caulb theifi to find Security that they do not 
inxuge or hurt the other in his Body, or his Servints^ or ochef 
* R a hU 

1 8a - ffrh di Stturitat ?uk. 

htf Goodly In ■ GrrttiQ Soiii« &t. And if thef mil tmt finl \ ^^ 
curity, chat then he trrtft thetn iod keep them in ^ttbS^ 
tmrtl th«^ will find Surttm : Acid that the Sbefjff ciftify' 
ftll ehtt tf done upon the fame inro the Chancery, opoa 
Paifii <^i. uit ap{>rtreth by the Regtfter. And cbarSeco* j^ 
rity ooght to be nkeo by Recognizince, is it iWmcdi | 
fdiwciifMrf* And when • Mm hifh purchifed fiicb Wrkof 
Siffi*Htwt, dtrrQed tinro the Jufticei of Peace, or unto dM 
Shefiff, or Ufito bothf agtinft tny Man, then he igmlnA 
whom ^he Writ if fued may come into the Chancery, tnd 
there find Sorcties in the Chancery, that he wttl noc do 
Hurt Of Damage onto him tbac faeth the Writ i sod then 
epon chat he flitU have a Wrir of S^ffrfedim cntt of tha 
Chancery, direQrd onto the Juftices of Peace, nr uoto tlw 
Sheriff, or unro nne of tbem» rtctiing how that he hilll 
feund Soretici in Chancery tccordtng to the Writ of Sejp^** 
cs'uitt and reciting the Writ of Zmf^httvit, and the Manfi«« 
of Security thit he bath found, u^ the Sum of Money in 
which they ave bounden ; conrmandin^ the Juftices and 
Shetiff th*t ihty furceaft to trrcft him. tSc or compel hioi 
to find Sureties, C^c. And if ihcy have arrened him tnr thee 
Ciolf , and for nn other ^ that then they deUvtr him, ^c, St« 
the Form of the Writ in the RegiOer* And if the Party who 
Otieht tn 6nd Suretiei cannot come into the Chincery to find 
foch Stireiyi then his Friend may purchaie i SmftrfiUmm 
the Chancery for him, reciting the Writ of S^fpiie^^it, &c 
ind rhat fuch a one and fuch i one are bounden for bim m 
Che Chancery in fuch a Sum, that he (hall keep ibe Peaca 
iccorJing to the Writ of 5«^;//«vrf : Ard the Writ (hari 
he direded onto the Juftices of the Peace and Sheri^ thaiC 
they Of fame of them take Surety of the Party himfelf, ac- 
cording ro the Writ of SufffitJ^vtt, for to keep the P«aoe, 4ye* 
•nd that then they fiirccafe to arrcft btm; and if th«y hifi 
tnefted him for that Caufe, that they then deliver him. 

And fomctimci the Writ of SMp^iusvit ii made renima- 
l»Ie into cbe Chancery at t certain Diy : And iftc be G>,dHQ 
if the Jiifticei do i>ot certify the Writ, nor the RtiOOfni* 
faoce, and the Security which tstakent the Ptrty who {otd 
the Svp^licsvit (hall have a Writ of Ortm^i dtteQed unto 
the Jofticc* of Peace, to certify the Writ of i«^6<4»'0»r, 
and what they have done thcfcupon, and the Security whkb 
ii found, is?(. and (a the patty (hall have foch Orm^^t 
the lufticei of Paacet to oertifie the Security takeo 
SmfpLfsvit, although die Writ of UffUtmvii ht OQC ftroff^ 
sable in the Cbioctry* 

Wrh dt Se€uriWe TmU. igi 

C An<} io if ft Man demanded Surety of Peace in the ComK 
ty igtin(^ tny Man, he Otal! 6nd Sureties tn the County be. 
fore the Juftices of the Peace, &^, He who demtnded the Se* 
cuTtty miy fuc t Writ of Certiir^ri^ dire£^ed unto the Jufti- 
ce« of Petcc, to remove the Surety of Peace, and the Recog. 
nifance taken thereupon ; and to certify that Recognifaoce, 
and Security taken, under the Seals of the lufticc* of Peace* 
or one of them. And if the Cirtitfsri be Uied upon a Writ 
of SufflUsvit, then the Ctrti^rsri llitll rehctrfe the Writ of 
Suffhtsvit : And if it be fued upon Surety demanded in the 
County without a tuf^iuvit fued^ then the Form of the Writ 
of Ctrti9n$ri h fuch : 

Ri^tCmfipdihm Psck fuM in Ct«. L. & ttrum {fiilihtt, [mI, fV 

Pstit nu^r tiTMm R. B. & ficik fuii CuJItdiim fs(k mfir^^ 
& Jttfl. mftris til divfrft Fthn\ Tftmfgr. & UUhf^nt^ im Cnm. 
L MHdimtt & tcrmiimnd fi§^. di'K, dtW, dt t§ ^a^ ifft 
damn* njtl WMlum atiqn^d E. d$ F. mut Mlitui ptpuk nvjln nm 
fu^ ftn fiiri prtcurtbit^ ex iffifii veftn cspf* fU^ quid. Sttnrttm 
foitf orw njtdtt^ ut dfdi^ ; i/t^ mMnd^mmy qutd nw indt im 
CsHCtU. mfirB fuk Sigifk ^tjhk W mmw vtfir, di/mS. & m^U 
fimi dtUtipJii nddstit ariiires, Km Brgvi mkk r^minnia^ ^*fi^» 

) And when the Writ of SupplteMnjit is direQed only to the 
Sheriff, then the Ctrtiorsri (hall be dtre^ed unto the SbertlF 
only, to make Return of the Security found, tf he have taken 
ioy Security, &€, 

Ani if a Man find Sureties to keep the Peice agabft Vidji H.;. 
eerttm Perfons before the Sherfff without any Writ of 7- h f*' 
St^fhcsvit fued by him who demanded Surety, ind without J!^"^*^-*' '*• 
the Writ ufed of ancient Form; then the Parry whode.^'"^^ 
manded the Surety may have a CirriV^r; unto the Sheriff 5/j^,i,v 
to certify the Security taken by him into the Chanceiy, d'fXonfciva- 
wifhout making mention in the Ctrtitrsri of any Writ fued tor i*acij. 
forth to caofc the Sheriff ro take fuch Security ; and by y.^ Lamb, 
that Cirii9t0fi it fcem^th^ that the Sheriff ii( ^at may ctufe ^ 10,11. and 
rbe Pirty to find Surety to keep the Peace, if any one pray mw ty tk§ 
the Sheriff W have fuch Surety^ and that the Sheriff bind ^''*^«" ilf 
ihem by Rccognifance, and that he certify the fame into ?* *^-*:*^P* 
cbc Chancery by the Crrnar^ri: For if he certify ^^ ^^^^ Ij^^l! f^st 
garion taken for Secmify, that Certificate cannot make the g^^yj^^^ 
Bond CD be a Thing upon Record^ and the Party cannot mt ht m< 
be bounden on'o the King but by Matter of Record, fnkau 
itnlcli chat he will come into the Court* and con fefs the fame 
CO be hii Deed| aad pray to have the fame coroUed* And it 

R 3 fe;meth 


~Li^ U fticbf bccAijfr |hti by ch^ Coaitnoi|r| 

\ rni.rcrvAfnt tit h> ?^4ce^ and ti^h ibc 
r th? Tioic itmt 

^ -Kr-* ' •• » T ^»'» Cammtffiqa 

.Kh be hAth, the Wf>^(l* o^ whoib 




ffmv$^uC\fiuit0m, Zit. ind by thtc be 

./JM^ ni^ A^cn M ly, ihc v^hiQii v^ i '* '' of Rccotd^ i« tl^c 
^jCommifuoii whicliWA* initlc to t ^ (lull be Juflic^f 

'a:: u.-i,c .-i; Lift ihc l\jcc, AjiJ uy it^iQiv «:v '' '■' ^^ts\' 
the) I ive Po vr fo h^f\t\ Men by Rtc ro 

Pciuc, up -: uoto fluni by any 

-d \tt iL « ^utborlcy gtvrn thtm 

lo uk« Thar j\;;cagi ilapce, but tr fotlovf* 
cv h^vc Authofi^y tp cauf ^\in for to 
ht 4r and dcfermin c 41 

j.;tr to bjnd Mm ..j ic^ 

bjch tbcy b^ve dc. rt|« 

.., . ».^. . ;o be taken it a At ivf- 

fofd Ar^d by therime Rcafun fht Shctiil'j bcL hij 

TiCcnt is of Rcco!J» <fid be is Confervaidr df liiv i si.c in 
pvcry FUcc, cvrry Pbltg.tioi) wbich h« cakctb for co ktfp 
fTi' P ice '^ ^ ^3 in Liw uUvi tbt a Rcco^ '' Jciid 
r,^ ciJv ^ ccf rifled in tii« ph^occty 1 »•< ; 

Our )rc all ftic i^kat thic arc hnlden bcfoic aim ui cbi 
Courii^y lie not cf Rtrofd, npr Pkai ho14ca before him lo 

by the L< 

14 B^. iht Pcacr, ftv 
Prompcoi Ji to do i 

of tbcir Cc 



It cf j^fiidti arc net ttken aj MitrefK^f 
Pleas aic hf'frcn htfe^t hini by mrnn of 

l\: liath t 1 of hif ( ■ 

red Courr^ r th'z Ltr 


I he Poui 
Cojrify i 
^hlcti are foi 

Fc-CC, fbtfc it 

kc^pi/:S of the Pctcc fhe hi 
nuv Til:, Rtcojfnifance for 

he fo do, artl 

6r othcc W/ 

rping cf the Peace, it as tb< (Vttmgu ) btt| { 
. tr^^ v.!;""*^ v^ bci4€rKc«fpqi ai^fl Ui^icfoxc jir^rf ibtta^f. 

ijfiifir^cc upon aVVrlc unto him lo take 


Writ de Aiixilio ad Ftliufn fuum Militem facieni. 
vj ad Filiam Maritand. 

A TP H E Form of the Writ is fuch : 

£ Rex yie\ &c. Pritcipimut tibi tjtfd]upe^ ZcC, fschahere 
A. rationmbilt /fuxilium de Militilnis & Lileris Teventibus [ms 
in Bsuivs tuMy ad primogemt. fit, Juum lAiUt*^ f attend, njil md 
frimogmit. fiUamfifm waritantt^ juxtM fonnsm Stmtuti dt (•!»- 
muni cntfilitrtgni noflri Angl. inde prcvifi. Tifte, &c. 
B And a Man iha]l nnc hwf. ^his W'^it before chat his Son 
hith accoicplifhcd the Age n- fifteen Yea t, ror for to mar- 
ry his Daughter b?fore (he be of the Age of feven Years, ^S 
appearech by the Srature of IVeff, i. CMp 35. 
C And he who hnldeth his Lands by a KnightVFee fliil] piy 
. 10 /. onto the Lord, to make his Son a Knighr, or for tQ 
mairy his Djughcer, and no more. 

And the Ttfuanc who hath Lands of the yearly Value oif 
to/, holden in Socage, he (hall pay so/, unco the Lord to 
make his Son Knight, or for to marry his Daughter. 
. And he who boldeth by half a Knight*s Fee (hall pay loi. 
and he who holdech Lands in Socage of the Value of ten 
Pounds by the Year (hall pay tos. And (b according unto 
the Rate of the Value of the Socage-Land, and according 
unro the Quantity oraKnight*sFee,he(halIpay hisAid,anJ 
that by the Statute beforewmentioned. 
D But this Aid, to make the Sort' a Knight, or to marry bis 
Daughter, the Lord was to have by the Common Law of 
his Tenants, and the Stature puts it only in Certainty. And 
the Lord may didrain hiS Tenants for this Aid, and avow for 
the fame if he will ; and he need not for to fue this Wiic 
g unlefs he will. And this Writ is direQcd unto the Sheriff, 
and he may fue an jiiiaf and a Plurics^ and an Attachment 
•gainft the Shetiff, if he will not afTift the Lord to diftrain 
his Tenants for this Aid. 

And the King's Tenants in like manner (hall pay Atd unto 

F the King to make his eldeA Son a Knighr, or for to marry 

his eldcrt Daughter, &c. a;/*, evrry one who holder h by a 

Knight*s Fee ao /. and he who hnldeth by half a Knighfs Fee 

10 i. and fo according to that Rate. 

And in like manner every one who holdeth of the King 
in Socage 20/. Land (hall pay 20;. to make his eldell Son 
^.nisht, or for to marry his eldcft Daughter. And he who 
^Idetb 19U Lriiid in bocage (liall pay 10;. and that is ap. 

R 4' pointfil 


Writ de Mxilia, &c 

pointed by the Sc itute ^i pnjijUvilfiu, At* 35 I. ^-^^ >o* 
And I be Srtnifc ferreth rhe Atd ccrtiin, hecAufe cbtr bcjbte 
iht fiid Sr«rutc die Kmg might <iiftftm for more to mtkt hit 
Son i KnigKr, or 10 matry Hit Daughrer ; but now the Scip 
Ctltc ippcnnrerh that rhe Kin^ (ball have no more. 

And if the eldcO S^n dkth before he comcrh to the Age of 6 
fifteen Yciri, or before the Lord hith kvic4 the Aid to 
nuke him KmgKt, then the Lord ft»!I have Aid for the 
younger Son, to nuke him Knight tt hen he comerh ro fach 
Age^ and )ct he i^ not Pnmtgcmtm /tiim, 11 the Writdorh 
fbppofe^ but he 1% ihe Prim»x*n^fyf ^ hich is then aHve, end 
that it Cufficienr^ for he ou^^hc for to be Hcit ■pparent< And 
ib it it if tho eUlcft Daughter dieth be^re the Lord bath It* 
vied Aid of hit Tenant! for to many her, then be may }erf 
Asd for the ncit tldcfl which is cben Jiving^ alter ihe ti of 
the Age of feven Yrars. 

' And by rhe Statute fbe Writ which fliaH be direAed unfO U 
%bc Sheriff to Itvy fuch Aid for the Lot4^ (bailmrnnon ibac 
the Son is of the Age of fifrem Y^ari ; and if it be for ibt 
Patighter, it fhaM menrion (be i» of tbe Age of Crvmi Ytaff, 
otherwife tbe Writ i« not good. But that Form ii noc in ibt 
Regi^er , for it rcrmcib the Rrgiftcr wai made belbre tfwSo* 
rate of f^ift. I. and eherefore the Writ ought to be aeoordiiig 
tt rhe Suture OFdainrdi it 

And if the L ^rd have Aid to make hit Son Knigbf* or fe I 
marry hit Daughrcr, and dierh before he btfh paid tbf fame, 
cbeo the Son or Daughter fliAll have an AQion of Debr a* 
gainft the Father'f Esecucou for the Money . And if rbt Ex. fl 
ecotorih^ve no Goodi of rhe Lord^ rhen the Daughter fball ^ 
have an A£>ion of Dtbr againO the Father*s Heir, for b 
much of f he Money ■$ (he watrerh of that which her father 
bad levied for to marry bis Daughter: And rhar it b^ rbe 
Sttfoce ofWifl* I, tmf. ; f . And be who holdctb by grand Set- A 
^ fiifil^ or petit Scrjeanry ftiall not pay Aid to tnake the Soa 
* % K^ighr, or to marry the Daughter^ as it ap peacet b M,ttU. 

4 3» 

And if the Lo d dofh levy Aid for the Marriaft of Usj 
Daughter, and afterwardi matrieth her, then clia umfli 
fball not have an Afiiun of Debt againfl the Father*! f 
ton for the Money levied, ^r. But if the Daogbttr hm 1 
married in the Lifetime of the Father, &c. by htm. i ben ilit 
Aftioo doth \h* And fo it feemr-th, that if die Son he noe 
made Knight in rhe Li^e-time of rhe Fir her, thac he Aall 
have an Adion againfl the Faihet's Ezecutof 1 for tbe Mooqf 
IcirieJ CO make hko Knigbl* 


IVih di Scutagio hahenJo. 

TpHI S Writ for Efcuagc lieth in Cafe where t Man hotd- Vide Un, 
X "h Lands of the King by Knighc*s Service, fo which ^9» ^^ lou 
Homage, pealcy and Efcuige is appendant : And he mho 
holdeth of any Lord by fuch Service, whd Koldcth over of 
(be King by the like Services, when che King miketh a Voy» 
ftgc- Royal in War again(l the Scar/ or againfi the fVflck it% 
proper Perfon, or by his Lteuccnint, then he who holdeth 
by Knight*! Service ODf^ht to go to Perfi)n» ot find a Man 
to go for hitn in che War wirh the King, or bis Ocputy-in 
chat War, for forty Days at his own Coft : And if he do not 
go, or not find a Man fo to do for him, then he Ihall pay 
for that Default, and not doing of his Service, fuch Sum of 
Money as fhall be afldfcd by Parliament ; for a Knight's Vide i6El 
Fee Co much, and for half a Knight's Fee fo much i and fo J^cr 519, ' 
•CCording to that Rate. And then he who holdeth hy ■ Tbsthtwk^ 
vholc Knight's Fee Ihall pay fo much for Efcuage at the Par- ^^^^^J' 
liament doth affcfs that a whole Knight^ Fee Oxal» pay. if he T^gli'/ 
bath not done the Service \ and he who holdeth by half t Fet^h§ldiih 
Koight*s Fee (hall pay according to the Rate ; and thofe who by KuigkU 
have done rhcir Services and gone in the War, Oiall not pay Ser'vut^mtl 
H^ »ny Thing. And that Sum of Money U called Efcuage. Str-f^^^ fi^^i^^ 

^ And if a Man holdeih of the King by Knight's Service, fmndt»tk€ 
and to go wirh him in his War, &(. then that Lord ^^ilfmtrarj^ 

Pbave Efcuage of h\s Tenanrs who hold of him by the liJct 
Service ; but rhe Sum which he jhall have and levy ought to 
be afle/Tcd hf Parliament (as albrefaid) before he diftrain iot 
I the farmt . 

Wk And if a Man hold of any Lord, ro guard hii CaOle in 
■ Time of War, or to bfow a Horn in the Time of Invadon 
of Enemtei^ the fame is Knight's Service r But it fecmeth that 
for thofe Lands they fbalf nor pay Bfcuage, if they do not 
their Services, but the Lord (ball diflrain them for not do* 
ing their Service, and Oia)t have Recompence for che fame. 
So that none (hall pay Efcuage but only thofe v^\\o hold by 
fuch Services, ro go into the War, or to find a Man to go» 

F And if he who holdeth of the King by Knight's Service to 
go with the l^rg in War» do his Service, &c, then he fliall 
have a Writ for him, dtrt£^ed unto the Sheriff to have 
Efcuigo of thofe whohoM of him by che like Service. And 
Cbe Form of the Writ flull bt fiich : 


MWi iU ScMtagia hdkndo* 

Hoe rV, Sec. f«f> dfkam \S fidtik m0tr W* D. MwHfir. 

mt. rfgni mfn frim$; Or f hu% FbmI n9kif€,^r frjts pt ntjlrum 
mBxtnii%tcc, »»'. &c. /f«r frRgridgr A. CwfJf^klfMiii* • 
jlr« BMifeaM mfiri fwsd\ n$if(S t^mfimf § Or thttf^ '^if^ jpirw 

CerttJScss, thtJAur^rti ^ B*rm* mfh». it Si4(im^t$ in CmmU 
Isf* Mprs it msndstQ »•/'« mitfsm n^hu /ta^jf : Tiki pr^ii^ 
ffimut^ iftmd Hdim IV. D- h^k^n fst. Stutggimm f^sfn i fitdw 
milit. ftf^ di iffs t%mc rtnelsnt tn BdH, tHS^ wt 4i 

SiUi§ pr§ txtfmu*ff^diBi & hu nmlldtthus e«p-i __ * ^#, 

AoJ by fhit Jr appeareeb, that if rKc Kin^tTtnirtf gncdl G 
iivich the King's Li«ntcenanr, or hti Dcfauty i*\ Wtr, fhit Hk 
Coiift«bie of rh« HoU ought to certilte the rime it^to fiie 
Cbancfty, before the King's Tenant ihall b^ire • Wrir^ 
levy the Efctfage cf Uis Teaam> ; and if (he Ki^gS Ictnaiii 
<io agree with the King iot hk gotng» &(* ihea tiK IQlIf 
ought to be ccttiiied thereof iti 4be Ch^ncfty by tbe Tna- 
fater and Baroniof rhc Exchtfjaer, before that haOialih«irc 
a Writ to levy the Efcu4gt of hit Tenaoct. 

And by chat it ap^aieth, chat if the King*i Tefiiiir do II 
roc go in the Voyage, nor agree with the King for that Vof^ 
mge» rhar then he iKalJ not haf c El'ctiJge ot the Tenantir nor 
dijliain the Tenanrs for the fjoie. 

And ifaManhoIdcth of riic King by Socage, and otiitn 
bold of him by Knight^ Seivke^ and the King makecfiiVoyw 
age of War into iiotisnd and IVmia ; povf tc fcetneth lie ikJt 
not hare Bfcutge of his Tenants, if he goeth not v^fh cbe 
King in the Voyage: Bur if he goetb with the King or bis 
Deputy, or agree with thr King for that Voyage, rh<n it fcefli- 
efh be fhiTl havrEfcuige of hts Tei^tm^ and (haT) h^ve the 
ifortfaid Wtif. And it is not mttetii) whether he hold by 
KnightV StrTic^t or in Socage, 

J And if there he Lord, Mefne and Tenanfi and each hoUdli K 
of fhe orhet by Knight's Service, if the Tenant ga irtto St§f^ 
isnd by the Kmg's commnn SammpQi, then the McfiiefluU 
R' ' «iagc : ^W (^madttmr ftr twr, Tnm> $ IL f* 

^ M4n hnldctb Land^ by fuciis Service, tbac be fluU 
piy a r^nny, or • Pair of Spars, uhcn Efcuigt ntnaicth, iSt* 
abe fame fiball fioc properl) ht F(calg<» as ii app«afatii ia 15 
£. !• Tide Avowry in tfi /nents. ^ 

And vid» ly A. %, that ^ < of a CaAit dock couiitfi»» 

Irail Eicoiiper & chiC hii kh\x Auill be therefore iti Went, 
end fo of^grtnd SerjeioCy ; end^.ytr tc fcdQCib ihry flifil 
90c pay Efcuage. fli^^d vid* to XtCl^ Gild. An^ 



Wrh de Scut agio, hdhendo. 187 

. And in Title ^fvnv Imptdit, in th? Abridgments, that Ed 
cuage certain doU) not make Knight's Service, HiU. 5. 3. 

And if cheie b« Lord, and many fevcril Mcfnes and Te- 
nants, and each holdeth by feveial Knights Service, if the 
Tenant paravail of the Land doth the Services, and goeth 
ivith the King in War, &c the fame (hall excufc a]l the o- 
ther Mefnes ; for, for one Land but one Service can be de- 
manded, njif., to go, or CO find a Man to go, ^t. and (b the 
Mefne paramount here is exckfed, becaufa chat the Service 
is done by the Tenant, &c. 

And when the King will levy Efcuage of his Tenants, he 
ufeth to grant a Commiflion to certain Perfons. And the 
Form of the ComroinTion is fuch : 

Rex dileSIU, &o. ^J)ij^7isvtm. vos md Scutgg. ntftr. Je ExertU 
tp n-'firo Scoti^B, an r.g. noflri Ifuand, &* coHirend, in 
Comitat. K« tgm infra LibtrtMUm^ quam txtra, de Fetdis 
Mdilit, tjUM tune ttnth Ant de mbis in upitt, fintt di Efcaefis ^ 
fionorib, in manu T»9ftr. tunc (Xifi\ (sve di ptrquijito prigenittr, 
nopr Tj aut ntfirij ^uMtn a. F^odis hUlii qudC tenent* de Arm 
fkiepifcopatih\ Epifi6patib\ ylb/\ Priorstib\ di nliis Dignita- 
tik, vel Offif EuijUfi. qmbujiunqntt qua tunc in manu ng/Irs 
fuer\ ac de hdnditat, H^tiedum infra tettt. ^ in cuftod.noftrA 
txifltn\ viz,. xL (olid, de quoUO* Fetde prt Exereitu fapra£ % 
fta quod umna dinar ies inde proven:, nt, . habeatis ad Scacear* 
ncjir. part.cuhr. ad citiw qud pottriiis nobit ibid, Jolvend\ Ee 
fttis quatnpua de Feed, prad. ad manns diver fir, devener. tarn 
tetpporib. progt niter* nefiror, quam noftre, quadant viz,, per de^ 
fcenfug^ b^riditar. tarn in partes quam ali$ mede, fir qitadam 
fcr alietiMt . imie dhterjimeds faQst, A§gnam, vet ad inquim 
fentL ptr facrapttnt. prober, isf legal, hemin, de quolib. Hnxdredo 
in pom* pr^d. tarn Miiit. etM..r. gladie^ quaeir alter, per quoj 
re: Veritas ptchtfs JcirJ pttirit^ qui ttnutr. Fceda mi lit aria 
tempore prad. hi tod* Cum. aut aliquam partem F^odor. eorund, 
^t de Corona noftra Anglia:, vtl de per'quifite preginiter, e^ojirer, 
tS noftro. ^ di Arthiep Ejtifcopat. Abbat. Prior at, fir ah it 
Dgnitatib ir Officiis' f^ntcdiciis^ ae etmm de k^ereditatib. Ha* 
fed. pracd. tune infra atattm exiften. 4s^ qnet Feed, d^ quAuta^ 
fartfs fceai qttiitb. Temns ku vfm, tune tinmit. t^ in quibta y^U, 
difiinSe, & qni fuer, antic S'eres iSer. qui ttnent per defemjum 
bareditar, if qui abo mcaOf ae etiam qui kUredes fusr. infra «• 
tatem^ dr i» eujlod, n>flra, O* qui Arthieptfcopa:, Epije. Albut, 
i^ Prior at, ^ .'Utx Digni:at quxeunque velOJfUa temper. iff$ 
'uaeabant. ttwperal, quer. cujioa, ad nes p.rtine:. Et iridc vohis 
in fide qua nobis tencmini firmtur injungisde mandam. qued ad 
ftrtQ/ dies, ^C. frawif. fadat, & expUatis in Jorma pried. ^ 


|88 Wri$ Ji SiOtriWi invtniiniL &C 

gmm fmSi^ 40 Si mmtmk tagmwmimif^ ts fii^mUt. 
tum mtwm 4mm tmrgr, trmksmmr, & t^ fmi pffimfi, tm lifcrj^ ' 

l#r. pTrf/ iinsftf^ Ftic prwMim. fmfur. fmh figHUf wfrit & JL 
gtKi $m, &C* {s&, fmer, Mgmdmm. fitsm $^n, mffr9 Cmm* p*^. 
fmd mi €frum^ &C« f^3 fmer t§t & fmln frtk, ^ %ji/ l««iiii/ 
imm Muii. glsdU tmd$i qmmm stm d* BsHv, fm*^ imm ifihm 

imfmN\ & fu$d tif^hk in ftm^f, psrtst, & imtmdst. Hmutmrn. 
9UMm jhtJ^tsrMri$ iS Bj^iwmhu mfirij df Umtimr fr^^^ ^md 
kmjufm. F*$d. sd S€S$i0r. fr#/ r*pftts^ Ttrrgt ^ tmtmtwt* im 
Cmn, prmd, immgmum^ v$kh ulrrtttr :m ftfi^rit mitf'ia in rvt- 

^E. t. Kr. Af>d a Pknin fmim ikilt be fimt uitto die Shrriff elol^ 
!*>'^^^opiin dib Cofninifiioa» tnd snorher Wiir xM^ luito iIm 

J!^ And new ic ap^jeircth by thi* Comminion, rKtr the Kifw | 
, _Li. GiNl Qi^" hive Erciuge of tli« Tenintf wKo hold of tHsfe L«q£ 
11, ktpisiot Mifiort which rheKtof hath in Hit llinet* by mfon of 
tmft ibt Ward, or by reilmi of th« Vacftncy of m Biftopricic, Q^ 
•^^'V **• Or if he have tn fAttt for Yctn in the Skigfiiory, he ImII 
*m$MJ(r!s/ *'**^* Ercutgc oi theTenams, &s. 

kj Wilb^c/ ^'^^ f^ ^^^^ tnocher Lord have, if he hive t Teroi for 
' ~cropc Yctm or for Lif< in The Seigniory » if he go in Voytgt wtA 
the King in War inro ^ttisnd^ &c he ihalt hete Bfoiige 
then of the Tenane^urhich hold of himliy Knight's $rnrk«| 
for the Tenant is ik>c bound co go, hut for to de^nd bb 
Lord, ot to Hod A M^n ivt to defend hitn \ and then if cbt 
Lord do fMt go Into rbt Wat^ the Tenant U tscolcd. 


hL I Elo. 

H^rii ie Securitme mveniend. quod ft mu divertat ad 
fanes ixtcrtu, Jim Ucentia Regi$, 

BY the Commnn Law every Mm may go oot of the lt««hB 
ro mrrc hand lie » nr onPtigMmage|Or ^ wharorhet CitiA 
he plcafctb, IT it! rnit rhc Ring'tLeavv; and hf Ihal) nrt befHl* 
ni(he4 tor ^o d' in if * But becaofe that every Men ti of right km 
to defend the k ag and hts Realm, thcyelnrt the King at Mf 
PUafurc by hif Writ may command t Man that be go net 
beyond jhc Sees ^ otic of the Realm, wirhmit LicriKti enl 
if Im do the contrary, he fhal) be {mntflied for dif ' 
die Kiog*! Cmmuod. hod i: fcicmii tlutcUtr 

I Writ Je Securitdte hvinhnd. &c* 189 

Wn b« mtde by the Ring's Wrie under the Creat SetY» ■ 

Bd tlfo under tbe Ffivy Seal* or his Signet; for by the Ltw J 

rtie Subje£fc ix bouoden to tike Notice of every of tbe King's I 

ScjU in ftjch Cafe, ts well ai of the Gre^t Seal. . i 

And thert tre rw'o Minnen or Forms of fuch Writs ^ one 
ildiie&ed unto the Party, and the other unto tbe SheriS^ 
commtnding htm that he caufe the Party to find Security 

|Aar he {hall not go out of the Realm without the King'c 

Kcence. And the hid Wttt is foch : 

w&rjm fsrtfs fxtirm akjfut Lic^ntrM mfirB dsm difiinm n 
dhfrr0er\ C5* ^mam^ltirm n$kir 6* Cvrvn^i mfhs fr^jwditimlim 
^ikidem f^ffni tntgmdtt^ in n$firi tmtfmftnm & fTdjuiidmm^ 
■| imitTM frpfiMmstintit & imhihisimts m»ftfm indi J^tfim fm^ 
Hhif ; f?«, httjufmpdi tmtimftm & fr^^judith 0Msrt 'vtUw* 
^a, tihi dtfiriftt jmh fitituh fttod inmmkit ^rtbikmm^ m tftr* 
fiu fmrtis iutfrm m^fqui Uawtis mpJIts ffaitli slifmshttr 9e H-* 
nmtmt ne§ quicfusm tiidrm pr$fftjni sttgwpfti^ ftu sttemffsn 
^ar. ^md m mvftrmm fim dtBa C^rtm^e mfirs frdtjmdU^ ttdtn <»#- 
mm f»w m%d9^ mt slifutm ikidam mitt Ms tx ku cmifs* Tifft ^ 

And alfo the King by his Prodtmation m^y inhibit hit 
Sobjt&y that they go not beyond the Seas, or out of thettl^c n£- 
RfMn, without Licence, and that without fending any Writ *^^^^ 

aandmenc unto hisSubjefts; fof perhaps he cannot ^^ **" j 
IS Sobjed^ or know where he is, and thetefore the I 

^^s Prochmation is fufEcient in tc felf. And if the Sub* I 

do c^mtttry thereunto^ it is a CoDtempt» and for Co do- 1 

[ he (ball be fined to the King* I 

The other Form of Writ direfted unto the Sheriff is I 


lUav Ftt% &c. £vi> dstum tftm^M imtfUiif\ quU k* B. C/m* ^ 

mfff nnrfm psrttf tm^st, sd qmtmflm'M mhk & ^usmflunkm 
K ftfmlo mftn frajtUicisliM ^ d^m^fs tktd. fr§Jf«fmtnd\ 

H^i ft^ufimm^ firmit. injtmgmtti, ^»$d fr^d, A B. t^rmm H 1 

ttrf^-mlii, vtMti fsi^ & *fj'*^ *^ fnfiatHtej MmtmtmffirtM 1 

km^fmimd'y qm €mm mmoHMptn viuirint^ )mk ttttM fmms €U ftr 
U rSitm^kiitt, tm^mfnd\ fr§ ^us mhk rt}f9hd W««r^ ; Or 
tbof « tU iffftm A. B. sd frnfiatnt, fttttrintttm tnv*miind*f fidr' . 

fmms emtmm Uhrm* Md *pm mpr. filvtmi\ mi ^mibhn tm. fmlk J 

ftfwm, &c* fiMflt ifjt vrrfut slifttsi fmrtu €xttrM Jim iscentim I 

w^rm fftdMli ft mm divtrtst^ nn ^utdeunqut thi£ frtftfttstttr I 

0itL^ frtftfui *^tl stttmftmrt fMtre frafinrnt^ ^9*d tm mfiri n^* 
imfi* ml ^r^judn sh^ ftfuU rtfftri dmfn* (fdr* vsUmt^ mi 

0hfmm J 

ftitmt* Kt fi l«t tmsm ti fs: '^ ' • "'^ • ** ^*"'^ • -^ '- *« \ . B 
gmfi. wtfir^ emmmtiMt^ km r#j hi gfmtii 

r«#«r. ipijfp« /«* /;r'^t '«« iifitf'Hr (If #f#rt/ ^n/ dff^tmt M4d* 
unimti^ W ttftifitn imdtU$e^ Im Brrvt mSm wrmiHtm* Tjlfi 

Andihb Wrte m«y be diftaed ontojunicef ofciie PciCC« 
or unro the Sheriff, or unio bodn An4 rhe Form imy tie 
•< the Writ of SupplifMvtt^ «rhich H ciiretted tmro the Ju* 
Dtcef of the Peace^ and unto the Sherii!', to ciufe bim to 
find Sureties, <Vf. 

And cvcty one upon a Surmire mtde tfnfn the OttAcetlor 
titty (uc forth rhitVViit fnr the Kmg ; and then the Pirry t« 
giinft whom it is fucd may come into ihe Chincerf , tnd 
obtain Licence by Letrers Pafenti. or by Letiert ondior ^ 
Privy Seal, or Privy Signet ; And the Liecncti aft | 
iboagh tbey be not under the Gr e4f Se«), becauf^ \ 
ttn will eicuie hti Comcmpf . And lucb Lkmetf ftftl 
Vliffpotti, And now by tKeSrarureof 5 ft a, #,a. it in 
dain^p Thar no Perfon luifs oor of the ReaJ^n wttliooc if 
KingSLea^ei bat thofe wboateeicepttilfii the SciCQCti wbA 
tteelbre ice (lie Stitute. 

It^rit of tuf^afi. 

THert art two Mannerf of Wrkf ©f Tftfrtf* 
Trefpaf* which i» VicoontieJ, tnd h di 
Sheriff, and tt not retmnabte, bot ftmtt he 
tht CoQficy before the Sheriff; and in t( 
fajr, ^Mrtt^ ^ Armit^ 6rc* bat die ft^m : 

K#3e FU, Uncjslwf. Sp^ efi inM W. tk B fmg C * 
/«■ W. m^ N imfmkwmfHit, & r^.-^ -**»*frJwf, ^mk 
(S( ] ^ msSi trsBsvit^ (^ mlf0 frnt^m \ mi damfmOB tfjhi^ 

W. mm m$di€mm & g*^0V0f9tw\ >^ >- » *4k f^^ti fimm ^ fmd 
UfmtL iimm mmdim, & f^tm rsnV ;«§<• i^dmti fmHm, w mmm 
p^ d sm w tm md^ mtHtrnm p*f dtfi^m j^f^i^s. Tiitf, &C, 
•And bf tbti Writ cbeSbert^ ftail lirmt arid dfKtmlot 
fbat Tre^fi, CTr. bf Ipqueft •ecofdiog m tll» Coci«oa 
Liar; and thtf Writ ta m tIEEft tfOMBniflon tmfo Unit 
•ad ba loay iittio^i^ opoQ tUa Writ Qaco bis Dnnft of 
sol* 0c more* 
And aootberFoffDcfWrtf forGnodf taftseli: 
Rfs ru, &c t^pifmt n^ W. #- B. CjEMNmr^^^-M^ 

mit of Trefp^ff. 

RjEll €A0»dim ipfvr, Exeiuttr, 0fud N. $nvrnra, crftr C5* ^j^^n^vtr* 
is 0Um tn9rmja tir intuier. in ntardrnf. ExiCiti* Ttflamfmi pr^d, 
Et id e, &c. nmmpiiutt ikc 
\ And A Mm may fuc och« Writs of Trefpaf* upon the 
Ofe ia rti^Ounry befoce cbe SlKrifiTi idd iht Forms of ths 
Wf itv arc Ctich : 

. Kix Fi(. &c. Qtiiftm efi mhk A. f«»i r^iww fr, emtmn ovft 
[uM pt^J^ A.frtpir terr, rfr paftur.fitsm afud N. f#r tt«'/m rnnnund 
m^rjttuTm Vil cuflodund* fuh art it tmditiwnikm iikfArtt, pr^d, 
Dl a^^/ iSss ibid, fufer terr^m ipfita A^ (xiflentts ftnshemtta ^ 
V*oolimtst€ ejyfdem A. infra tirmin. prj^d. ct^tt & shduxii^ ^mliAg 
&c. sd dampnuffff $cc. By which Writ k appffarerh^ that he 
cannot fakt back the Caccle agaiOf tf the Flainti^ perforoi 
tbe Condi rion$. 

if a Ma«i bortow a certain Sum of Money, and dorh 
pawn Gcod* for the fame, nnd he oifcrefh the Money a- 
gain unto the Pany, and praycrh that the P^vvn may be de- 
livered back 10 him, and rhc other refufc to do it : bcfhalJ 
have an Afiion of Trefpafs upon the Cife in the County 
before the Sheriff, to determine the Matter, i^e. 
\ If a Mm doth deliver unto another a Bull, or Oxen, or 
Cows, to make his fienetit of ihem for a certain Time upon 
Condition '^ if he igainft the Will of him to whom they were 
delivered rake them back again within the Time, be ftall 
have an A^ion of Trefpafs againfl him, dire£lcd unto the 
Sheriff, to defer mine that Caufe, 

If a Man dadiilrain Kine which are with Cilf, and tm- 
poood them againfk Law for fo long time that they caft their 
Calves, then h^Chall have a fpccial Wiit rlirc^cd unto the 
Sheri/F, rehcarfing the fpccial Matter, to tnd the lame be* 
fi>', the Shcriii in the County. 

And fo if a Man have a Sailc-pic by the Sea-coaftf, inj 
mother erefteth a Wall betwixt the Sea and the Salt-pit, if 
the other Perfon throws down the Wal!, by which the Sea- 
water ovcr^floweth the Salr-pir, he Ihall have a fpccial Writ 
direQcd unto the Sheriff, to end the Matter in the County. 

And To for every Manner of Trefpafi done, a Man may 
cbufe to have fuch a Writ directed unto the Sheriff, to 
end the Matter before him ia the County, or to fuc a Writ 
isoco the Sheiiif, returnable in the Common*PleaS| or the 

Andif the Writ of Trdpafs be returnable, then tha Writ 
fbalJ be of another Form, for then thefe Words, f^i^ Armii^ 
ihiH be in the Writ ; and if it want thofc Woids the Writ 



fttll Amt, if tfcey he not Wrtn of Trefptfi 
Ctl« I wliich Wrttt of Tr«rp«ri (bill not hive there Wor 
S««iY 1^ & 4rmk in the Wr ir» aUhoagK rhey irt r«*iirii«t 
to tW Cofnnion PIcts, or King't Dencll $ end if they hw 
the Word^ J^vjw W & Armm in the Wfiri, it (Ki^ be (oo4 
caote to tb«re the Wrin . And the Form of % Writ rctQflv 
abk id the KmgV Bench, ii fuch : 

R#jf ^r, &C. 5i A ft€tr$i ^c tmu ftm pfr^md, ^fm!*mt pkg, 
B. ^mdfii frsm whit inOSsvis S. Mich*, nknutfU* fmirimm 
tmt m Angl*. And if it be returniblc in the C ommon^Ple 
then thtt* ; 0*m Jufiit. mfipis s^wd Weftm* im O90pi§ 
Mich\ $ftenf qm^4 vi & mrmii tm tffmm A* 0p^ N infmh* fti 
C^ t^fmm vtfhtrmvii, ^mlmtrs^itf it msU trstftvitt its fmd 
nMr# ijiu dffp^rshstmr^ (^ sits wmrmis ti trntmhtt sdgrmm dmtf 
mum iffim A* <^ tmiws fHrm M$ftr*w, g,i haStsi ihi 

And if a ^^n do tmprifbn anotheff then thf Form of 


Writ of Tr«fpif» i» : OfimJ* ^umrt vi & Anmk in tffmm A- «f<i^| 
H*mfslt.ftiit^ ^ iffim vutmrsvit^ imprifmm^it, &' msk ir^^^ 
Ssvtt, & sUs^ fire. 


And it is not msrertal wheihet he be woofidrd or imr, ftr 
fbt Portm of the Wrtr ii fuch: But the Dimigef fkall be 
incrctfed for the fafne, if he do recover. And if ht do im* 
prtfbn him until ht pay a Fine for hii Dtlivefance, tNes 
the Portn i* : Stusr* tfi dr Armm ifjm^ A. ifMwrf N J^^rt- 

jmsVii^ df msli trsBsvit, t^ i$fum iw ft'iftms uffM 

fintm ftr tsntum pr« dtUktrs'itni fms hskmd' titm ^sj* &/W 
€4^it, dififtmt^ it slis en^rmis ti istmlif, &€. 

And a Mtn tnay have one Writ of Trefpaft Ibf dtters 
V. Trrfpaflef « ^r. a§ for breaking of hi* Clofe^ caittof of hif 
|. Treet, fifliiogin hit Pondi, beating of hh Senranfr. and ra- 
king of hi I Good« and ChatfeTt, and alt in Ofie Writ ; 
for cattint; of hii Woods and for taking his young Hawks 
and rhe Form of the Writ is i fti*r* w 3? Afmk ktftmm tfj 
A* itpmd N. intrsvitf kf trts p^%j Kj^w-vmrnm fmnam^ m^f it t, 
mafir ii9 f$d, ktft$ mdificsntimm ttfit it s]f^tmifii^ Q* ^Hs 

And by thit Writ it appeareth that the Properry of tho 
Htwke are in Mm who hath the Lind by the Word lfi§^ 
r»m] in the Writ. 

And for banting in a Wirran the Form ij : Sf^sn^ tec fiVw 
rwnsm ipjms A. s^ N. inirsvtr^ ir iM es ftm lt€*mis Qf ytlmm 
fsn hii^itgs^t, & Uf9rat Cmitftntif^ Hsfismt, tt FtMm 
etptt & sj fms miif Sec 

I ra- 




mif if Trefpdfi. ipj 

^ And if t Mitt hum aad tike ^ !jn*s Coaics ml)is4}£«?. I] 

Ilofc which 14 1)0 Warrcnt thcr. n of the Writ is: o/*^ 

tut 10 ^ mtmt0ti^ &i. fug\ (^ m Cinifii/. ^rtUi tantt aptt CsT jj^'^/i 

C. Aad by this Writ it ippcircth thtt be who hath thctaoJ '-^Sti5? -"i 

huh no Property in the Conits. AnJ Co of * Parkt ^m^»y, jH.^** 

W. Pitnumipfim A.^^ii\ & in §4, i^t fH^vit^ & 

rsi €iptt C5* ifprta^ii ; or thus, ^uart, Crc H^rh^m tfftm A. 

^0pltd N, fiupir £rif£\ vil BUds tpjtm A Sfmd ftf . mptr crtfci»ik4t 

md volenti ton die em Ukfat\ ivm qmhtiJJsm Avtn$i dtp4jiuj fmt^ 

twcuhAVit^ i^ ionfump/tt, ^ slia, ifTe. And he need not fty 

in the VVrir^ Sawi'*, G?^, cUufmm fniir, &c, ^ lUrham, &e, 

B And there js mother Form ot Wiit of Trcfpjij^ DefiU 

C fif^ & CMrhmiK mMruims sfpiri0tk. And another Form of 

Writ in the Rcgiftcr, Dt t^u9 & cmmU, Mrnfi^Ui [mt cBufm^ 

^Moufym fintm futrit, 

D And another Form, Di d^tn^frB^M ^ mseremh ffportMt*, 

£ And the Writ of Trcfpafs for Execuiors^ foe Goods taken 

out of their Poflcdlon, which is fuch : i 

Rtx, &c. Si A.^B. Exuuttrts Teftananri C fiorint^ ^c, 
tunt p9nt, &f. qujtre t^uatufr B9*t/es quifutr. tpfiiu C. pntti awm 
imm jhlid*, fuh cujltdis tpfrrum Lxicup. 0pud N. inventos ctpif A* 
Mkduxit^ C^ Bl^ds qn^ jfutr, pr^d. C. iktd, trefctntim nt^Jfuitt dr 
BlsdA fSs sc Jilim hna & tat^U, qu^e futr. tjufd. C. /«* c^ifiodiS 
torund Exetnter. ihi inijtntM apit & sfptrfavif i^ alts enormia at 
int^tf, in nUrdiktimtm txtaitiims Ttjlattifnf pr^d* (^ (ont, f»m 
€tm mflrjtm, 
B And if an Abbot and hh Monks break the Sea! of any Wri- 
ting which they have made toanothci Pcrfon, the Party (hk]l 
have a Writ of Trcfpafs againil them in fuch Form : 

Rtx, &c Si A*fnmt, iuii€ pong MsUm dt C. c*? I,C^ D Ci«^ 
moHJfchas ijufd. Jifiatis^ f^c. qumre^ &c. quQdd4m Scfiptum tppm 
A- iommuni SigiU pr^d, Donam fgnst*, per *fmd idem Ahhsj ^ , 
C9»^intus tjttjd. ha tenth^nt . pr -^f A in litBa & ^nfitiu ^ em^ 
nihus neajfsnii fuis fiti invcmtf$d\ quimfqm idem ^iUas CJT dm* 
nKntut tmtdttn A. itlnmi viro 'vigifsti liir^iss Serr^t 'uti rtdd^ ^#> 
Sinti maritMvtr' spud L invrntr* mshc fr4itr\ ^ alts, ^t, 
G And alfo a Man may have a Writ of TrcfpaU for liihtn^ in 
his fcvcral Pifciry, and tor cutting of his G^^U, and fa* . 
plowing of his Land, or for (hearing of hii Sheep, and «Il 
in one Writ, 

And another Form of Writ for mowing of bU Co/jOi, mi 
cutting of his Grtr$, and felling of hh Wood^f lAd citing 

ff bi» Corn md FaSuie^, and ail in on? Writ. 


IJ4 WVi> </ fffj^//. 

AnJ tlfoaoofhcf Wiicof Trcfpiii midc unto a Womtn 
before Corettut 

St A & B. uj. tmwi fm§^ &t. fMfi, ^i* 

^, &(. & ^«j &€^ sd gfs^vi dsmwam iffvr, h,^ B.& tmtrm 
f0€tm mfirsm. 

And another Writ in the Reg«fter» Dr Hsvi shdrnffs^ &l 

And tnothcr Writ, D# Blsdu df grsminihmt 'vtWMrwm di- K 
fsfi\ 6^ And ioofhcff Wiit, Di Btsdts & grsmmt^m hfd 
tsdm dtf»pii, tfi. 

And inotbcr Writ, Di Bt§gm frmBt^ thiilT S^b 
qmsddsm Sf^^gn^im sfmd R. msbinft frcgti^ fir fmtd dfits 
^fiipm dwttrmi rtvsrfum tffim A ikid h tMntmm im 
fw»dftr atrfitm s^n^ Mm ^ imrndsiUn" frsd pf:it tn ttd. Ftvsr* M 
tmu fsti/ltnf ddvaUn^* etn$,mmi ixtva ; & aiig^ &t 

By v/hlch ir •ppcirccH, thic he (hill hivc t Wrtrof TrcC 
pafi 'VI & Mfmif, beciafe he c^ufcch the Wtcer to i im ooC 
of hii Pond, by which the Fi(b there go awiy. 

Ami theic u toother Wrrt D# rf n// sktmBii, and Goods M 
and CbAitcli unto the Vitueof 5/. tnd loo/. of MoJief^ 
in Moor y fold, iktdtm iwxKfa'' ceftt^ &e. 

And rhcre is ino'hcr Writ of Tiefpifs agarnft thofe who N 
fie Dcii the Plitnti^*} Houfe^ ind wall not foflkr his Senrtsetfl 
to go into the Houle, nor the Servintf who are 10 the HouCrn^ 
to come out thereof i and for tiktng and impcundtng hit 
CitteK and not ruffering him to fue a Replevin, &i, Ani 
the Foffn of rbc Writ is ftich ; 

R#*, &( Sin &i f^mt,&f. (jnmttvitS mmif MMfm ifji 
A. Mpud H. »^ftdtr. O bomima Qf ftnHtmn fit^t wttrs MsmfimA 
frsdiHsm iXj^imft:, fSJtdtm MMwfimim ^d ffrvtc C5 (Pifm$dmm 
ipfim A tmU fsdind. ii^tdi, sufmifd" shff hmMit &ftrmtmi. 
fni imh ixifttntfif Mmfim, pr^d^fftm Md ttrrBw *^jdrm A« iH* 
drm ixi^txd, fxin, mm fefmiftr\ ftr qi^d tm^- «^ mr^^ iffm 
I 8f J A. inndt^ rimtm1n\ tS idfw A. pr§fk'ttrr fas f^sdtMm sd ms* 
ifmtism vigtwti hhmrmm^ ^ ftt^u /iiinw efrtmdim hmtm m m d* 
frtvumt, ftr msg9tum tem^ amtfif ; netit^ AvfHm fffim A. iM. 
dim imfMre^vf & tm thdim mpsr^mrm d*ttwtirwai, mm f^nmU 
ttmu §M tidtm A. ffmmdmm Ugim & tmfwtfmfhum R^gm mfri 
t$fl9pmn I ^ 0lia tmtnms n twtmkrmn^ ^, 

And there t« Another Writ of an Houfc broke , and Prk 
foiirr f%ktn iwiy thu« : 

^•JTf nti & mfmii d^mwm iff mi A* ^fwd N. in jmM idtm 
1U9d, H* da C. Scotom, t^ itf*^ ^ £*^' f^\ '^ 


fTriV ef Trefpaft. 

UMT, fuwm, fuauffui Jihi it tentum lihii, fir fUst Um H. H* 
dcmptitmrn /nam cum ff^faf A* fr^viisfuMfslv^fnd fenrMf^ 
fMUffsffmm firn, dttinutt, frfgir\ & iffnm H- «/#*■* ^ ^hdus^i.r' 

And note, thit the Form of the Wtit for a live Thing, iS z 5c 3 
Horfcs, or Men, or fuch like, is to fiy, teftrunt y »him;irun$ j Mar, 
and for a dead Thing, to fay, €tftnmt & ^ffnt^vit' ^ &{, *^** 
! And there b another Writ of Trefpafs ; if a Man ukt 
inocher and impfifon him unci] he make Oath that he will 
not trouble nor tmprifon him for t Trefpafs done co him 
before » or trnprifon him antiJ he hath made unto him i 
Releafe of all Adions. 

And if a Man takech his Villain and puts htm into th& 
Stocks, and others come and break the Stocks, and let hliA 
oar, he (hall have an Aftion of Ttcfpafs, and the Form is : 

^Mfi enm idtm R* S^ n^tNum ^ fugitivmm fuum^ in M^mrU 
fno Mf%i Vi fr& t9 qmd idtm R. nvn fuit jufiipcMUs^ etpjffit. ^ 
iffuM ihidim in appir ad tsfiigand', fr^ut fih hint lieMti, fifmjfif^ 
fr^diB\ tJc, pr^d. cifp$s vi & Mrmis friger\ Cr ipfum S. iiftf. 
Of* shduxir, &c. 

There is another Form of Writ thus: fif^fi vi & Mftmt, 
^i. fH^dd. Fejfatum in L, territ & fimis in t Mitt urn iinpltvit^ 
qu^d a^tis di FoJfMta pfdM^, txiens Bifid, ipjrttt W in gfirkts in 
ktrm fito i hi dim exiftint. fitpfnmdAVit^ per ^md Bhds pr^ ad 
^mitnttam C,/, putreftiils fuer\ ^ Arb$r. fu»s ihid mtptr (fffitw, 
jtd 'VMtmtifim xls, tsdititus evulftrJS afp9r$jtvrr\ Of Blsdafus 
ikidtm nuptr cnfun. ad vaUnc. xls cum qnihnfdam Avitiii fuit 
dipafifutr^, anenteavwr. & t9nfumpfer\ &c. 

And by the firl> of thcfc Writs appcarefh that that is wr% 

»Adion of Trefpafs upon the Cafe, and the R^fiduc a com- 
mon ASion of Trefpafs 
And if a Man draw Wine out of the VclTel^ and puc 
Water in the fimc to fill them up again, he fliall hav<: ati 
A^i<5n of Trefpafs in this Form : 

S^an vi & armis, &e. xL Ugtnat dt ftadam d»li$ Pini ipfiui 
A pritii ^uatuor, lilfr\ in navi pradi^i I. 0pxd S. pofit* ahndi 
mfjUiS. dmend\extraxif ff dohxm iiudaftta mantima adimpUvii^ 
its qiMd njidxum ^ini, pr^d. pufridum devtna. & $§t§Ut. dtfsrtifi 
Vaha.&e. / 

C And another Writ of the Fifli of his Pifcary, ind Herli 
fed up, and Land digged thus : 

S^art vi, &c, in lihra P$fcar, ipfta \,apudtl . fifcatmf fmt ,& 
ffifhamfudm ihid. nttper crtfcm, pUavit^ & in rerr^ fua Jimihm, 
iir ihd fidii^ & tirfam indt pr$y^\ a$ Bnkam Pr^idtSt. ^^ 
^ eifHmdiPifimifprddi^.Mdvaiintim'" ' * '*"" 



r - ♦ K ii * r y- 

Writ §f Tnfijifu 

'hit ibccc ire dii'crs mianeri 
pool Ooc Wfit if. flitJrf, Uc 
If? * iv#Mu jM« ^s.*ii; /«u^ L f Aru'tber Writ ii,fiiur#,d't ii 
yr/#r, Pi/i^r if/t«»» A.ptfisim fwit, &e. And chc third Wfic a 
if bcfciCt St^i^n m Uktrs Ptjisr, if Jims A spud N ptfc.fmi^ i 

And « NUn (Kill h»vc i Writ of Trcfpjfi foi brcilung 
tilt Houfc^ ind caning of bii Trees, ind fot Afhing in bis 
ponds, *nd for tiking of hb Goods and Cbicxels, ind tor 
tiking of hb Plough' Citccl, tnd impounding of them, in4 
for r«l£(ng of his Doves out of his Dorc-houi'c ; ind tbe 

jrAi n fuc' 




tmper cr*fctn. fuistdtt, & '«» F**usnit fmit thid. PiftMtm fun, ^ 

^if4> imdi Si Arhrif p^diB\ nan^ mUs hns cr tstsS Jka^ sd 

'UMttwtiam C. *. ihdtm inV4nf0 a fit & sfpfrisvif, ^ JvtrtM fmm 

di isrucs /n# ihd, t fti & imfsresvit, & iS ismdim impsnsim 

dttimut, ^ti§d ^sdr*iint0 S4r, ttrta tjmfd. A. ftr magnum awu 

pus intuitu rtmsnftr\ & C^lmrnkat t^lumhmr fm thdim turn wtukm 

C> rnUii tngeniit tipit & ^ff$rtMvit^ ptr ^md tdtm A. moUtmm C#* 

htnhAr. fut pf£d. t§tsli(tr smip i & mhs, &€. 

.f Piif*'. And by ihit Writ it «pj>rifeib that a Mm jhill hive m 

^ ^f^tdnrnj " f Trcfpaf* for uktng of bis Plough Cittcl, ind (bill 

■tf j!i **^^ ^° ^ common Awlion of Trcfp«r», with otbcc 

^^Tftriir XicfpAitcs ; and alfo that he IhjU hivc an AQton for ttki 

ftpd^ of bis Doves. 

ifhsdtd And a Mm miy have a Writ dt CUmfi frsB^, & Blsdis 
tgmhy gstkh (fr fien, sd vsltnf, C $. defsfiti^ <*r<. or oi eating of I 
^"I^S^j Hay only, &e. Or» S**rt ^undimm tpfim R md vsUm, C 

ulmt If* 'V^ ^* ''■^'* ^^fi^* *»*/*"' ^f sfpiffMViS. 
^M^ Another, j^«r#, <^r Lm^idtm m$lsrtm ipfnt ^hrii 

id P^' xT f. *P*d N ffiiii i & hn* & eststU^ ^e, 
^^"^, ^'^'^ ^y ^^^ '^ appearctb, tbat if it be a live Thbfl 
ftA 4iJad Th-- *^^ ■ ' ^ '^ - ^^^Ton is brought, it U not J 

_,ir III. And «^ntnci \Tf n^m i mHJ-Poo] broken in two TovnUg 
l/'f^l.actlm: . ^ 

Sii^srt^ &€ St^um wvlmdhii ipjim R // E ' T '" ^ 

frigit, pir^it§d s^ssdi ndimStsj^n9 t^tsliftrt^, - 
prff(mmm mvttndtm fm fr^d, md^usUm^ C t. ^Ma{^^ | i> i«»4 <^ 
(stslU^fss, t^c. 

And another Wf if, /)# Dtmifm & istsUa etw^^^it. 
And snrjrhff Wtir, Dt QviSm ttnjsi & Lsfiii sfpwrtstif, 
/ '■; in g hi m and imp ri Toning him ill 

Ph ce canying of him to Pitfcn in iooi 

Place, and (hcf€ detaining btm in Prifon. 




mh of Tnfpdff. 

An J mother Writ for tJkfng of his Sheep In one ^\tct^ 
tn^ impounding of them in another Place, until he hath 
piid a Fine. 
B And inochcr Wiir for breaking of ^Is Sluices iil fuch 

iJianncr : 

S^isn^ ti, Extlnfum flfpii mahndin, ipfim Akiatit & Psnum 
fimm ihii sfud S frei;er & in eo Jtm Hunt is, (^c, & JtUr.fudt^ 
&u & in ftparsli Pifcaria, ^t, (S" Pifcum indi, ^ Arhr* ffjti^ 
04 VMltne, C s nicn^n Finn di frjtd, furcp ctftr. 

C Annthcr Wrir, S^mn vi & ttrmif, &c, Exehf tp^m A.plfr, 
foffsrum dt ^ . pfit fMlvjttitns tcrrarttm Juitrum apud C, &c. vi CS^ 
srmii friptf cfr mMtrtmium tnde ad valine. C..v, in minrasi parti t 
ficuit^ it* ^Uid per fra^uram hn'^nfm^di terr^ ^ pr^fs ijufd, A. 
ihidtm inundst . ftar* ^ ^ id. A i ttrramm & pratwnm 

ff^d. Md '^ient C.s. totaht'' iT ^ ^ alia, &€, 

£ And another Writ: If a Mm doth imprifon his ViTliin, 
«nd fcf him In the Stocks for fomr Offrncc^ and toother 
Mm dpfh fee him at large, the LordfhsJI have an Aft^'on of 
Trerp^f^i for breaking up the Siocks, and for fir^ring hia Vil-* 
lain »t Jarge. 

V And »norher Writ: Ifi Msn be riding on tte Way» and 
tnocher Man ftfikcrh his Horfe, by ^^htcb the Rider fallcth S(f 
a ' "^ t; he wfitc*! 1$ caft off his Horfc fball have "^fcf- 
l f^rhcorher. -i 

G AiiLi another Writ for putting ^uf niother JVftn's Eye 
fhuf : S^sn 'vi& armis dtxtr*, otid ipjtu$ W. spud N ermtj & 
slis, &f. 

And the Mafter of an nofpitat fliall have an Aftlon qf 
Tfcfp^t\ fir taking of Goods in the Time of M» Prcdcccffor, 
And the Form of the Writ i* fdrh : Rrx, &£. Si W //M. 
Ctipoj Hof} train /stiff i MichacK dt C fiurU, tc* tunc ; 
fmarfVj ^'mrnii kns ^^ eatsHx pf'yrli'^ Ihf^^'ffJfs, aa - 
ttmpart \Mt C. nttptr Cujioats I ^ pf'Jtditf. 

CmJI^\spsd R fn'veuts (iptt c - ^ ^ - -.-> ^-. ^ -^- ', &(» 

H And ^hc like Writ far *n Abbdc of Prior, and in the end 
of' the Writ he ihall Uf, trt ditirlorsfhn. Ofnus & EtcltJU if* 
fm Ahhstitt Ana Co it Icemeth it fball be in the end of the 

•" Wrif fcr an Hof>itaL 

And another Writ for in Abbot thm: Sl^zn *vi & srmit 
prist ^domvj Dorn & Eeclif ipjtui Jhhat, apad L fngit, CSf Bis- 
ds Bom. & Etchf. pr^d ttwptre pr.ed. Ahhsth ilidtm crtfcen. si 
vsl c^r. eufft tfHthufd Ah^iriif dfpsflnr fnit^ imcidcsvlt & t9M* 
frmpfit, & hna c^ fstsllstsrund. Domm & Ecclijii timptn pr^m 
diS* sd vsi, C.«. didim invtnts €(pit, &€, & sUs^ &c. 

91. k.. 


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And mother Writ for • TteT^iSi done in tbcTifae of Vi* I 
ettton of *ri Abbey or Hotpit il j ^psn vi & srmf hmm & 
istmi Ikmlr & Bakfs iffim AHmh* it C. imptt ys^mundi 
AhhM frmdiB 0d nmi C s^ 0^d L. twwmM tt^tt & sf^t^viif 
Cti, d* •/»*. &t '• dtt(rt9rmmnfm^ Off. ^ e$nfr^ pMtm tie. 

And inochcr Writ of Tfcl)?iii; Slwrf m S- ti^mtt Wsr^ C 
ffMMi* Mffim A, spudC infrsvff, &im ftf, O'r, frngsyt^ ; C?* fi4(/^ 
niw ^"* fimtht ihidim imrtwit, ^ fttt fulUi fm$s tff*rnftrmm 
m ^d hfc* ***pf midtjti frftn xz t, #r #/fJ kwn^ tX' tMsi f%^ sd 
*y#/ C. i. ihidtm invrwis, ntensm Ufprtf, iwmtid$t & f^dias m 
WMrtfwmm (rfit ^ &t 

And another Writ of Trcfpifs ; fiJfl*Jr<r vi & mwit Hmiwm I* 
Ot^fi iffm A.0fmd T. invent cmm qmhu(i tsnikui fngsvtt imnt 
iits s4 mtrdind Ova pr^d in tsmium tmitmuU, f «ii ^tr filgs* 
$iiwf^ tllMm & mn/Mi csmmm fr^d. Ova ffsd. mtUapUdt dti§» 

Tftrvitntfttum thidtminfultfnit^ &i. ftrifuU, tt. 

An d * n o r h f r W r i t , D# Pm^eii fu^^l is it a qu^J imtrigwwm , GTc 
AoJ if s Mm do incite or procure hiv Dog to bite mf 
M'r«» hr (hall htvr ar> Aftion of Trcfpifl for (he fiixie. 

And if • M*n fill a Ditch with Mud lod Einh^vphkhlud 
tifcd to be a WAter-coQrfe, for which another Mifl*i Liikd ii 
Jrowned. &^. he fiijll have a Writ of Trefpafs, Hjun «9| 
^ ^rmii^ and the Writ ii foch : SI^mtm vi & ^fm^t mmddf 
ttfstnm tfnd T. ptr ^utd ^jiuJMm sfwrn dttmrtt il. tiftd &fw 
in tmttnm imfUvit qM$d 0qns iMs d* sntifM$ enrfit fm$ tm^fdftm 
XX. str0$ ttira ifftm A ihidim dtvtrfif Bhdit ffminstst twrnnd^m 
^if, f$f fuid idtm A. ffsfcnwm utr^ fujtp^/d, msisi, mm fit ^ 
^ nJiS in$rmiM, {^r 

And if • Mill diftriin Cirtcl, and CArrteth tlitiii ir*- 
known Places, ihe Parry {ball have Mn Afljon of' i 
j^srg vi ^ srmu, for the Diftriifiiog ol ibfiQ^ aou tag 

Stgsn vi & »mii AviftM tfftm A 4;nri N. €tfit, & iS m4 
^M intUs f»iMvit, its qnU /f^fna ill iiiUm A. ft^midnm Lf. 
gtm C' ctufiif, fLi£9i nifin ft^tgiMndA mvaiiri wm fUmw ^ 

There arc divers Writs of Trcfpjfi ftmnded opoo Sf». O 
%UU$t whereof fome do foltow. 

RtJe, &e* ti A tti. tmu snaih B. &i fntd Jk twsm mIi/. 
&i. fd ^ifp^d ft^f A ^#ff vi ti mrm C, fJrtr. Jr^, A mfmd 
K* f^fni yS ts9 nm hn, & (^islL frsd^ vsl. Cmsfisnm, 
s^dMxii^ (^ t0m 0dhu( ii ditintt ; O' 0^0, &t, 0d grsvt dtm 
nufft, &€ tmrm f9rmsm St0t. iw hjnfmtdi $0/9 ffn^ifi, &9^ 



mit of Treffafs, 

Anochet Writ : S^rt *ui ^ arm. Avers M ipfim A. ^f^ M. 
an C^m, tuo tt^tt^ df ts m Com* illo ttfynt P. in Com Kane, ft^^ 
nfit ^ impsre^vttfO' ts ikid. impsrtM^ dttints^ €9mt, Lignm ^ cm* 
frit. Rtgmmpft €rtOKt, psam n$firdm. Et kt^ktms r^i, &c. 
- f^ AnO[her Writ of Trcfpifs, that Dirtrcflcs, CSfr. be not out 
of the Fee, oria the King's Way ihmt St A,fietrtf, tfr f^tnc 

Ifonif&e. qmdjtt^ &c ar^m, ^t. $pimf ijiLMrt turn do tomwtuni 
Ctficit rtgni mjir, fr»vifumjt(^ qasd non UuMi mitttii OifinBintct 
fs€ir$ ix ^UMCttnqtie cmu/s extrs ^^d fuum, ntc tn itis R$gis siif 
iommttm flrata, nifi dmokh b mmftnj fpmmltm suil9ritMim sd 
hu kshntiiw, prad. B. f*ti minif. mfitr ntn efi, ut dititue, i»m 
ir0 Fiod. fuum apud ^, AvtrtM, lyftut A* €«ntr,f^msm pr^v^ 
fimis pTMd , tSc, tt hs^taf, &c, Ocncrwife in the Highway 
Chus : Averi^ f§u (tanm & (stalls ipfitu A. in Rtgia vis eepii, 
^ impsnsijtt, & ts sdhge tmpsrc^rs dttimi, contrs Legim & 
tmf Rigni noftri &c, & cont psc' noflfsm : Or ihu<^ : Et Av9^ 
ris pr^d* dot imparcats ditinuit comrs Ltgem, ^c (T e9ntr, ps* 
€im n§ftr\ &c Et hdbiss^ il^s. Et Aviria ills tid. A. intmm di* 
Uhrsri fs(\ Tijii, ^c, 
Another Writ of Trefpaf* jigitinfl him who diOrsineth i 
Min by his Plough-Cattfl, or by his Sheep; Ofltnf qustt 
0tm sd tommuncm utiiitst, Rtgni mflri fljt fit^ fujd nullut di 
%idtm Rtgn* dijiringst' pir Amris cdntesr.fnsrsm^ *vd pfr O^tt, 
fn dehito nofiro Vil siting, fiu slJs qt^imt^; iusjitnt, pit BsU fm 
^ m.(mfi mfiros stu sUtf\ t^nsmdin shs hsktstAVifis ptr ^tut fm- 
B fimskliS DtfiriBii fiptr ippim fitri p&JJit pro dikttit ilbs U^vsnd^^ 
^ $ti*ptii duntsxst Avittu ilUi qut m dsmno stitttjns invtnts fs^ 
tundum Lsgem & C'^f R^ni nofiri twpsnsri contigtrit ; pr^ W. 
t)vn f ^^' A. spud N *uel A'^eris ipfiut A. di csmcsfts »pmiH, 
(^tti.Jirm* St St* pr^diB. (tpit ^ impsrfsvit, & ts sdhut ihidtm 
1^ impsnsts d&titut^ ant. Lfgtm tf c*»/ &c, ^ cont. psttm, &c, 
H Ei b^htsf^ i^c, ii Avtris ills tidtm A- interim delibtfsri fsi. 
" ti^i. ff^. 

And fo note, that in this Writ of Tfcfpafs the Sheriff ftwU 
make Deliverance unto the Party, as he fhaJI do upon a Rc- 
Dkvin : And if the Party bath the Bcafts delivered unto hioi 
Vcfore the Writ fued, then this Claufe, A'vtTis ills eidim A, 
intirim dilthrah faasf, ft)all not be in the Writ. 
C Another Writ : If a Man doth take the Oxen or Carts of 
another, or other Things, as Barges or Ships, to carry Gt^odi^ 
jgainft the WilJ of the Owner, then he (ball have fuch Writ t 
^ Rtx yie\ e*r^. Si, O-e pom, <Tc, oflgnf. qn^rt mm in Stsf. dndnm 

■ spud Wci>m edit, int' slis toniinestur, efm&d nullut espist tquot^ 
H hivts^ pUnftrs, csrucst^ ttsva, ^ ^stelisj sd tsrisgtum f0e\ «»- 

■ Us vtlumttt, illiUi tnjstt m iiffner* j /r^i. B. CT D. 'v* ^ ^^>s 

■ S f ^sndstB 




9mm fimpm d^n 


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fir w^* 



I ' '£ for GooJl i 

ill thccadof ch^Wric ciuK t^ 
ciy^fip A. init'im dtltkifMn fMt* 
Sheriff fliiljddiycr thcCacul tc* the P»rt>. -i^ »ri a tic pic v| 

If i Mfiicjfti Thing upon rhc Fcer of inoch r, b. 
be ij hoff^ he dull have tn AOion of Trcfpift i^ H 

Hi Mah uIcc i Candn or Monk out of the . . 
A^''?thc Abbot or Prior Ihill hjtrc an A&ion of Trefptf^ tr 
upon, cbui: 

OSiiisf, fttMft fMsnd. d09»m» tnfrM Fri^fM, d* 9 f«# #jf Cils^ 
ftffdm yti'hsitf, in ^ua F^*tfr L Csntnii *pifdim /Mstti,/ '" 
diltSa tn fU9d imtrM RiguUm Qrdtmt fm tntidii, txtftif, 
diBi OtitJmi rtguiam (sfiigsmd', vi (2f srmtifrf^tr^, tf f ^-1 
pft & m^dtuett ; & shs, &€. Or thoi \ Susr*, ^i. Cht^Uk 
ifBm AkhAf$$ mfnd L f^fgiU & frstrfm W. dt L» Csnmi^mi^ 
•Cfr, IP O^tfr^ii (tifiidis infrg tUuftna fr^diB juxf§ Rfgui. OriK 
-mif9* imPitdnd. ditintmm^ mh tsdtm cnfi^d. iistrsxtr, & mUUMt/k^ 

And » Mm Oi»11 hive tn AQion of Trcfptfi for u)dng ff 
bis Son Kid Heir, or hif Daughter and Hctr,- and mtrrytn} 
htr. And rhc Wfir If fccb: ^ *• 

^In^rtm^ C«« Johinn\ w/Jcmjnii*. if tfie Cafe if, ^Umm ^pd^| 

^Idnx/rmtt; tff mlis^ ^t. - 

And ihc King (haU hiirc an * '^-•: of Tiefp«& for takiog | 

pf his Goodi. And tfa^ VVi 

^cri w <^ *r«i«> Ain. ^ esi^as mfhs md twif . &t tT skm 

tmnmiM iUdimfirpmrsvii, m mfiri C9nt(m^t\ & grsvi 

AnJ f' . fuch Trefpifi done npon the Soil ao^i P^^ff* 
of the K ig, thr Ufc if for to hive »n Inforni'^ 
fioo fcf theKinirinthc Exchc<lucr, ir»d tht D ^beitf 

to anfiver ir. And when he ippearcth r :htdccr, 

the Courfe i* there to bind him in Rccogri hh Pcitl 

(o lea%'e the PofletCon to the King ; tnd yet ir fecmrfh th« 
King miy have iQ A&tOD of Trclinrt^ ^ftsn Cfgitjmm /ri£tt^ 

H^rit of Trefpafs. 



\^s. & tUrhai dtfafi. fuit, ^c, & Arhdrts fiucidit, Qfe. 

And there Jre other Writs of Trcfpafs, Slujire fpfsts ir 
Sffa ifjifu A. frtgfrHnt^ f^tc. 

And i nor her Writ fof digging in hU Lmd, and for put- 
[ ting of Lime »ad Hemp in the Ditches, by which the Wa- 
:e! i\ corrupted ; irid the Writ is : 

, Cfr. inftpsKMlifiU ipfins A Mfud N, fodit, & ftrrMm [ 98 1 
.... ^, ^j.'Jsmin Bfsfufujf ihidtm frojttit, Qf limum & c»finMhwm 
I im etfi, foffst, pifmf, ptr ^Udd SfUM in f^jf ixifitns ptr etrru^thti, 
I iimi & eannski ft did, adio infiB^ dtvatii^frnd ^fm in tifd/fifit, 
: imfltns Md vnt^ CJf. initriit ; (^ mJt^ iirc 
i And another Writ of Tfcfpafs for affiulting a Man in hti 
JHoufe, and lying in wait for him, until he mike Oath that 
he wiJl not bring an AQton againfl bim^ &c, and the Wilt 
^ is fucb : 

^*ire in iffum I. &c. Gf iffwm T in q%xnd§m dm\ Md efUMp$ 
'yra vitsfii* f^lvjtnda ikfitgit, inficuti fmr\ ^ ,'ffttm tmh ptr 
ttmpus mn modicum okftder'^ ir ipfum jlc ^kfij/km fuonff^ cvrfor^ 
frteftit. fscramtnt, ^M9d »ltquAm ASIim. vtrfuf pr^, (^c oeesji^n^ 
iFMnJ^r, pr^d. ftu j(l« octajitnt qHM^um^i mn movirit^ detinutr*. 

And if a Man have Watf and Stray within hisManor by 4aE.|.i«w 
Pf^ir* inrtnn, and another Man caketh the Waif or Stray ouc 
of r^ ^c, he who hath the Manor {hall hzvt an 

A£trn; ui rrclpafs for them, CS*^. and that without any 
Seizure of them before. 

And if a Man tike another Man and imprifon him^ and 
compel hi en to make to him a Statute, Merchant, or a Re- 
Icafc, or an Acquittance, he (hall have an A^iion of Tref- 
pafs for thr l^mc, and the Writ fhall recite the Mftter, and 
the detaining in Prifon of him, quoufque, XSc, 

If a Man have a Wreck by Prcfcription, or by the King*£ 
Grant, &{, if Goods be wrecked upon his Lands, and ano- 
ther takcrh them away, he who hath the Wreck fcalJ have 
m Action of Tfcrpafs, S^ujrt vi & srmis, for thus taking 
without Seizure thereof bcfnrci and the Writ is foch : 

Qft9ifur\ qnan cum idim Th. Dom. M4nmi de Efton EavenC 
txifi^P, b i^ hshn dcMt^ 'pf^Tf ^ ^nteaffaus }ui Dem, Mantm 
pr^d ,1 tifnpon quo non exiat mtrnfffia kucHJq, kshen t^nfntvtf*^ 
W^itditn msris iitfra prdcifiB. Mamrii pr£a*\ P^^d Jnceuf A* 
RoUert. hwM df cstAlU advaUne C. f. Mpufi S. tnfrm pr^cinB, 
tj^fd M^rnr, ai ten prejiHs, quj sd ipfmm Th. tmnquam Wirtcc^ 
ftrtin dthnnt, vi (^ urmis ctper, © ajp9rt0vir\ ^e. Or thuf| 
id4c«m it'f^r in f€cvnit^ &€, Or, qnMrt cnm fir CJHfrtMm, &c. hd^ 
iirt dtht»t. &r. 


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%0% Writ #/ Treffsfi, 

If 1 Man fcnii hit Seivint to ipprchcnt! hii ViJbin, i\ 
to briog htm unto him, and the Stnrant appreHcndcth tht 
Villain, ? : him unta his M^ftcf another rcfcu 

ctbKinifp c, and fcti( bicD go it large ; the Mi' 

fler (hill have in A^tort of Trelbiji fgr thif RcfcQus^ to 
not the Sf rvirit, for the Wrong i% done Unto the Miner, c^c 

If »o Abbot or other Maa hath a Hundred, and hith i 
Feloni Goodi within the Hundred, if any Felon withio ibi 
Hand red be ittainred* and the Sherfff raiceth the Goods of 
the Felon wichin the Hundred, he who bath the Handieil, 
«ml foch Liberty, (hall have tn Aftion of Trefpafs agatnft 
rbe Sheriff for the Goods which the Sheriif took, and cbe 
fame fliall be, S^Mn vi C Mrmu, Ot, 

And if an Abdot ov other Pcrfon ought to have Toll la G 
any Place, and fcndcth bis Servant to take the ToU, and aoo* 
ther doth diftufb his Servant to take the Toll} the Abbor« 
or he who oughr to have the Toll, ftall hive • generil 
Adion of Trefpafs, Si^sn vi tr Brmit they did iffaulr hit 
Servinr, and dillurbcd htm co take the Toll. And the Wnc 
is foch : 

9^ri turn tdtm j/Udf, fir Chsrt pngtwiu, mjfr fr^d ^mm^ 
dMtm ngwrn AngV, hs^in dihst TMmiitm di ^ikm ^^u^hk, mi 
ytU»m di S. Vimiai. 0^% udtm R . ^ I inS. firvimi. tffnf JU 
kmsii, ftr tpptm #i l»{i»f'^* Th ttmtum tn y$is pr^d, cdligiwd, 
dffmf»t\ vi & stmt in/i$limm f iir\ p- iffmm •m miwm k^fm^ 
liitlmmm i$lUitr§ C- ptroptrt ptfmit imptdt^, Ct pr^d iMsM^ 
fir tpfiiiK S. p^9 hujufrm, 7k.$l«m$ mmint DifirtBim* ihd. tspim ^*^U 
SHMtk$*f» itdim S shfiuUr, ptr tpudtdim A^h^spr^^. di imi^Wf^ 
JftisUnit prpvtntmt per msgrn/m Umput tmtfii i & sits, &t. J 

And fo if a Man ought tv have Toll in i Fair, <^ and H 
his Servants arc dtftuibcd to gather the f»mc^ he ~ 

the like AUton for AITault of his Servants, and for 
^*VldjH.M ©f 'heir Service, and for rhe Difturbancc made uoto tWc 
4? E.|^ u. ifld for lofing rhc Profit of his Tot), and all in one Writ. 

And if a Mm have a Fold in common with two act 
Men, and the one do diflurb him to fcr up bis Clays aoj 
Pales, and break them, he (hall hive an A&ton of TrdpaC 
againft them m this Form, ^sn vi (Hf srmii, thtti : 

ii Prtprtfi di T. fatrit^O-i, tmupim. &i E. ^i. 
fMMTi cmm imi' Fri^-ifi ftundjm FsUmm spwd F. fimmt imm prs 
E ^c M. dt E, hshrt dtUst, tpfs^i Priinfs & fjm pr^dui^ 
kttjmfm Fsldmm turn pf^f, E. C* M d' <#r. mmiuif m (tt 
9im txSBt mimtni, femptr kmiuf^m kshn tm/mrvnr* * fr^ 
flsist C-pMUs tpfiMS ^Tttrtfd m Md§ mwat trtmft* E* < 

mu of TreffAft, 

tr i^fsm Prunfsm qu9 minm eUims <^ p^Us in Md» pr^id, promt 
sd ipf^m ptritnmi, p^ntre^ vti mli^^d (9mm9ditm di FM^ ill9 
fiTiiptn ptmit, imped$v$t ; & slts^ &c, 

A Man {hall bivc aa AQioa of Trefp^fs for Caking of his 
Appreacice, or for taking of bis Servant* 

And the Church- wardens (hall have in AQIon of Treipafs 
for taking the Goods of the Church, either io theif owii 
Time, or in the Time of tbctr PredectlTors. 

And a Man may hivc an A£tion of Trcfpifs for breaking 
of his Houfe or Qofc, and aUedgc a Continuance of the 
Trefpafs, and of the Brtaking thereof, from iuch a Day un« 
to fuch a D^y ; as well as he may have for ueading of his 
Grafs or cutting of his Corn, tn. 

The Ordinary (hall have an A£lion of Trcfpafs for thofe 
Goods which he harh to admlni(^er as Ordinary; vi^hcre a 
Man dictb Intcftatc, and the Goods are taken out of bis 
PoflcfTion, he (hall have an A&ion of Trcfpafs for the taking 
thereof. Dut he (hall not have an Aflion of Trcfpafs for 
Goods taken out of the PoffclTion of him chat died Ifiteilarc, 
but the Adminiftrators (hall have fuch Aftion ; for the Or- 
dinary ihall not have an A£lion for Goods or Debts of him 
that died IntefVate, but only an ASion of Trefpafs for the 
Goods taken out oJF his own Pofleilion. And the Proccfs in 
this Writ of Trcfpafs is an Attachment and Diflri^ss ; and 
if the Sheriff do at the Attachments or Dtfirhgss return N?- 
hii^ then he (hat 1 have a CspUs, and ^Iimt, and Plurits^ ani 
Exigent, and fo ProcefsofUtlagary againfl him. 

If the King granteth a ProteSion unto a Man, by whici 
f rote^lion he takerh him, his Lands and Goods into h$ 
Prptcftion, as the common Courfc and Form of Proteftiois 
oow if another Man do afterwards take his Goods, )r 



doth enter into any of bis Lands or Tenements during tie 
Time that the Protcftion is in force, he Oiall baveafpccal 
A&ion of Trcfpafs agaiiif\ him in this Form : 

Oftmf, ^n*rt turn nupr fmfieperimmr infroteff, (^ difmjmr, «#• 
Jh0m W. knmnu^ urrst, rw, riddtf\ ^ vnmtt p^fiffi^nts fmt^ 
fmniif* C* Jingulit inhikmt' fit qms injttrismt m^Ufitrnm^ drnfomm 
inffrrti ftu gTMVMmm\ id. B. hms <T uUi prsd^ W, itum fuk 
ffttif. niflrsfuit^ spmi N. in*vait\ sd vsltnt, ctnt Uh0r\ "Q^ 
mrm' ttpit & jtfi^rtMvit, O* kmms, &(. ptr ^Mod, &( (T li»^ 
O't. sdgrMVi dsmpmtm tpjim W. & (»n$ p^d^^ f*A- ^ hsea^ 
ih n^mintt ^t*$\ ^ ^^^ hivi. Tiftt, O-e. 
B And ilfo he who hath the King^s ProteSion^ if any Saa 
_ like his Goodsj or enter into bis Lands, &c, or beat his 




1,04 ^^y^^ J^ ^^^fp4^ f^ '^ Ctf/j'* 

ServiQtf» Off. he fhill hive t fpectil Writ onto the Sbeti 
for to enquire of thrm, and to certify the fimc before dm 
Kiag, 471. and it fccmtth the King fhill mikc Procefi igtinft 
Chcm by P^mrefsdMi, it upon an Indidmcnt, and tKae thcfo*'^ 
Qpon they ftiill he fined, and the Writ is foch: ■ 

Rex Fie, Line. /*/•*** Fr^Oftmui tiltt^ fttpd fir ftirsfMwr, fft* C 
**r, & Itgst. ktmm, dt Cum. riw ftf fut, &c. dtU^tm ««f«tr«/^ 
mm msfff^Btr, i3 fMit npfir. fgrturiMtt, hn* ^ estsL A^ ^d'lt^m^M 
ftntism ctut ltyrmr\ Mfud N. tmftms t[mm fufitftm. iif if/fft/Ci«4 V 
mftr f^eciMt\ himinn, r#/, rtddiim^ C' ^mtti f*f. fi^i , wmUS^ " 
C? fingui inMinta^ m ^uii iif twjitrtsWt m^Ufitsm^ dswmmm im* 
firrit fm gr^vsmin, t^i & srm, etffr.&srp^*svir\ <^ §m ib- 
mims futi ibid, eatijfmfi*, tnfnUmm fn*f\ CS* />/«/ '^tthrmmwm, 
trt, b* #/i^, tTc ^d grsnii dsrnnmm ifjim A ^ €*nirm pr$tt3 
mfhsm ff^d. & ctntrs f§itm mftrsm : £i Immfinvm tnd* dtjiiitB^ 
4r M^irti faB^m mht^ fidj^iii^ tm & JIgiUft tit pit f mi fmSs^ 
fiutiif fim diUti^m miiut, tT htc Bi'mn. 

But note, That there if a Stature tnide ^. i9 5. |, rtff* S* 
t^ " fh, that no Commiflioo or Wrtt Qiall he fttsm 

f It grjntcd i}ntl^ the Sheriff, to enqaire, &i. Hue 

it iach \Vf it or Commiflion he granted, t^i^ Si^^i if it bm 
good ; it feemcfh nm^ for this Sutnte is made only to tiind 
chf King thit hf" fhtli nor gianr, C!r/, 

There if another Writ Dt fmu i» Pr^ii f^^fltsf^ 0* dtfsfw 
ird loot he f Writ Bt CUitft Ofiii, CT fnufim frs0if^ 0"$, 


Writ 4c Tref^fffs fur U Caft. 



'* ^norhtr Form of Wiit of Trefpifi 

cK if to be fued in the Common Piett or 
Rhg\ bjiTLri ; and in that Writ he (hall not fay P^t^^tmis^ 
tr, hot in ^he end of the Wnc he (hall fay tm$^ f^um^ 
uA rbe Form ti ftich : 

lix f^t\ &i $i Mitifda dt D. &t tmtfm, &<, 

&t 0d rtffn^i tsm mkt ^Jttm Mittldd^, fum§ 

Ji ntprf ifntddMm prryr nj^rrwut dt B^tkikflmt *Uitfmt fr^, 1 

iffiPUfirmm in C«i* Chrtpismtrntii dt tstmlUt 0" tk ithtiis f«« 

nmiit T*^Mmfnf§ vd M*trtmnn [t^^t^ttvr^ imCut. tmftrs tmf%m 

/mf; MifUdi diBnm ^t^tt wtfitmm yt^f f. s^ C* 

tdtm I reftpitdtUt Btiv* mjtH^ iUi ihtd. im imtt ft^ 

jmi cr ftdikm fmit ttmnUs^it, ntttmt PUtttwm ft^ fifnmtm 

tfi 9 *«/ Curis ChhjIiMniSMrtt, m m,€fi t$mitmft\ Cf i0m 

CroTT^pton (il^£f j-o^ dtmmmm. bs ittttrg ptitm mfitim. is hmhlut 


p^it wZf 

WV«i into 
ikt Vtrt^ 

r w ^^^1 ^ * M ,p ^r^i^^^^mK 

Writ de Trcffafs fur h Cafe. %Cf 

Another Writ ; Siftsrt in a^s di PJim. fir ^sm innr 
Humber & Gaunr n^^iiinm & httttdUrum semmunit eft ir^nfitm^ 
#jt traiffvtrfi M^U4e fiUs liefixit, per ^md qndd^m nsvh twm fri* 
gmis qutrUnts hafu ipjtm W-fuhfmrfafuit^ «^ "vtgtnti ^M»r:e^ 

Iris hafii^ prttii C. s. diptritr ; & »lts #wrw>M, &e. 
And if the LelTor do ou(V the Executors of the LtlTee of 
thcif Term, they {hall have a fpccial Aftion of the Cafe 
tgiinft the LclFor, and the Wfit (hall be by Summons, &£^ 
and not by pQNt ptr vsdios C> [mIws pkg\ is the other Writ 
of Trrfpafs is ; and the Form is fuch ; 
St Joban% Exteufrtx Ttftsm. E. di C. fearit U^ ti&. tuni 
fmn\ &£. P. CS* M- ojfftif &€. qnan cnm iidem P. i!r M. umm 
m^lmdinum & ftx 0irst Urrd cum firtm, ii^ N, fr^f. E. dt C* 
md ttrnttnum ^ui nmdum ft at mi t dimifijftmt^ & idim E. di C, 
in TifismentQ fu9 ffjed, moimdinmrn & ftrr\ mpjui »dpntm titmi* 
mi fr^d\ prjid, Exiottrtci^ ad executimtm Ttfi^nt, prud. indt fsm 
€i§n£, Itfr^lfit ; pfJtd, P, & M. fafi morum ipfim E. di C. pr^td^ 
mtltnd. &' ttrrsi (dursnte ttrmim pr^d) ingttjjt^ is prad" Execttm 
triti dHintnt mmw jitfii, in rttsrdation. fxecttt. Tcfiam. pradi^\ 
m die. Bt hshaj, ^f. 

And if the Sheriff doth irreO a Mm upon a C^piss di* 
re£b:d unto him fued forth upon a Statute Merchant, and 
afterwards fct him tc Liberty, he who fucd (he Writ Oialf I 9} } 
bive a fpecia] ACfcion upon the Cafe againft the Sheri^^ 
which is fuch : 
A Rtx CoronatorihuF fnht^. Si A.fuerit, ti^c tmncpm*^&c, Pic. 
mfirum Suff* tfwd fit, &c. tftcnf. ^uMrt R. mcrcsurtm, nuptr ftr 
B^ive ntftr, tid, Vic. diftB\ pfdttxfu ejufd. Ricopittiowij centum 
fft&n^rum etd. A, prjtf, R. juxttt fm»am Siatrnti s^nd A€tdh 
Burnel nupsr tditi fsB\ esff. ir cuft9d. fjufd, P'ic ttpud O. #xi- 

PPin\ pf4tf A. dc prsd. centum martss fAinimi ftfisfdffo^ cpntrm 
*v^umtditm ipfim A. lihtti ^krn permifit, ad grave damnum ipfim 
A & fn rnardaum. CKUuihn, Res9gmti«ni$ pfdidi^\ u$ dimur, 
Ei hahiatis, ^c 
B And if the Sheriff in 9 Writ of Account or Debt return 
upon any, qutd ntn tfi int/tntm^ nn hahtt ttrrat^ ^c. ptr fu, 
dipr^ngi foitfit, &c for which 1 Capias i$ awarded Jgiinft 
^ him, and he atreOed thereupon, where he harh fufficicnc 
M L^fids^ or Goods and ChatteU; then he fhail have an Af^iort 
W upon the Cafe agiinil the Sheriff, dircftcd unto the Coro- 

nc«, as before is ftid, c£^r, 14 R 7* 14, 

C And fo another Writ; If the Sheriff hath a Prifoncr ^ E. 4* 4 

committed unto htm for Debt, &c and afterwards he fuffer ^ h 


I him to go lit Liberty before the Debt be fatislted, isc, he ^i h!;! la 
Stall hive inA^ionypon ibeOfcagimft the Sheriff^ and 3$ a 6. 3 




yet it fetfui be m«y hive aa A&ion of Debt igiioft thi 

If « Mjn be indidcd of Felony hcfoft any Jiiftice» and O 
oac r. a> one of the four Mca of ciie Town, and /Uwr, gi»i 3 
the Evidence 1% Indidors^ &c. and aftrrwaeds be who tt iamH 
djficd u acquirted, &i md afterwards fhe Baitt^* of thraf 
Hundtcd Of other Officer fkewed unto 7. that be wha ii 
acquitted harh 1 Writ of Confpiracy againft him» and chit 
be bath j Q^fisi to arrefl htm, by vrhidi he ia arrefled aoi 
Ifcprifoncd until he pay fix Marks for a Fine for hit DeM«^ 
Ycrancc, &c. he (hall have an Adion of Tr efoi fa n poo bl^H 
Cafe ; Bur it fcemcth he may have a genogal Aaion of Tr«t^ 
pafi in that C«fe upon Filfe Imprifonmcnt, if he have imc 
any Writ dirrfted unto hint. 

If a Rrptevin be removed out of the Liberty by Pmt into B 
the Common Plcis, and ifferwards (pendant the Plea there) 
the Btiliffof the Liberty doth award a Return in the Liber> 
ty to the Defendant, for which he riketh the Cittel anJ 
impoundcth them, by Means whereof fomc of them die fat 
waotof Food; the Pirty grieved ihill have an Aftroo op^n 
the Cafe againil tht^ Bitliff of the Liberty who awarded thic 
Return to bold Plea after the Matter icmovcd in the Coai« 
mon Pleas. 

If a Mao do attach another or his Goodf for Debt, &€. la V 
• Libcrry, and after the BaUifF, by Covin betwixt him inil 
fhe Defendant to difconttnue the Plainr, deliver the f^ocMli 
attached rn the Defendant^ the Plain tilT (hall hive an Afiaon 
upon the Cife aeainll the BaililF, and the Writ it focb : 

Si A. ficirit^ O'i* f^iu frnm* L BsUtvmm mtput Cm fm§ $ir^» 
tdti di N. fitid fit, t^r^ a/ftn/ fmmrt tmm idim BsU,id Hgmim 
monism ff^d* A B ftr ^m^tdmrn tstsU. fms^ md rtffmtdmi' frsf, 
A. im C«r prjidiB* ftcwndmm JLigim mtrtmfwism, ftmi mtfii §ft 
m rtgm mfitw Angl\ dt dihf dtctm hhmmm, fmd tdrm A d§ 
pprf/! B. ixigit, Mttatkispt , 04 m UfueU pr^diff* in isdim Cm. 

fr^dt£Jt\ ptr Collmf inter tpfmrn & frustum B hshimm tw Cm* ^ 

^tt, fir fmd PlstiiMm ffjtd nunt difimtiimMS*; idm^ ^^''.fl 
vmt cmsiis pr^diB iidem B pr^ A. didf^itfr^d mm fmii^'^ 
fsn\ f$J!mtditmiitirsvtt, 0d dmmmim iffiin A^vigmti khmmm^ 

And a Man fliall have an A^on of Trefpals opoo dit fl 
Cifc agitnQ his Neighbour who hath Lands berwi&t hioi^ 
and the Sea, andougbuo enakt Biokii and de^ofs- crrtaia 
a Oicebfi 

prW/ it Treffsfs fur te Cjfc. 

DlrcTiesand Sewers bcrwtit hm tod the Sett ind he doth 

lor dcinfe them ii he oagbc to do, by rcifon whereof btf 

^md is furroDndcd^ tfr» he fhill hive his A&ion upon the 

Zik igiinft him for not mending the hiokSf and deaniing 

[the Ditches lod Sewers, &t. 

If a Mill he committed ttnto the Gao! for Deht or Ar» 

' reirtges of Account, ind the Gioler of MiUce hjr fo many 

ilrom upon hiol, or fet him io the Stocks, or keepeth his 

ViQualf from him> by rcafon whereof he is fo fpcm^ that 

be bccofnes lame, or hith other InHrmity ^ he thill have aa 

IAS'fon tJpoa the CiCc igiinft the Cooler* _ 

If a Man doth diftram any Pdor*s, or other Prelite*i ^'^^ ^* ^'^ 



fe, whereupon he is riding in his Journey, for or upon !Vfl2'*?J 
Contrafbj Debt, or Trefpafi done by him or his Pre* jj^jg ,J^ 
eCe/Tor^ when he might hive didrained or attached hiimkfr Gmdf, 
by other Goods or Chattels of the faid Prior or Prelate, 'A«iij6*iw*l' 
ctten be flialJ have an ASioa upon the Cafe, which ig^f^f^thfi 
Cuch : <^'- 

I S^ A. PriV, ^t, fmt B. Cf r, •Jlinf. fusr^ turn nn lice*t mUad 
pfstmum, his^nstfrn, ftu slifusm perfin^m EtclffiMfic" ngni 
0«ffr«\ per idtm Regtimm sUcuki tfMnJtmnttm^ oscMffmi mlitmjm ^M 

Centr^^MT feu dikiti ptr i^Mttatumm fmum prepriitm difirimm ^H 

f erf , imm »li* AvtriB feu cstslls thidtm hshtMt^ ptr fu^ wMh^ 
mMhUs DtfifiBif fmper ipfiim fieri it^ltAt ; prjtd B* frrf PrH- f ?i 1 
Ttm ffr i^tiUm de C^ trmtftMnt' Htsfi&nt (njafdsm CiWfrsSm ^H 

infrr S fMtndsm Prtutm dt, &e. Pr^dtceffirem pr^cd, Primt^ ^| 

^ ff^d, B. l^dmm^ «r dititwr^ ftr qjundsm Eftutm pslfndum 
famm, fUMn^uMm ptr tdis j^vrriB <^ isf^llM tmn^ ihid. rst iimm*^ ^j 

^ilim WpriBitmrn fmftr ipfmm fse. feimtjfa, dijnxti, <>• ^M 

fs^ridmm lilum dim mshuifi ditmuit, ptr ^«m/ m^ofis fmm fl 

#p^K#, fr^ fwhts trimpum fumm pr^rd. pcff^f, piritnmt j <4» ^| 

A And if a Man promife and take upon him to make for ano>- ^M 

U thcr Mm certain Carts for Carriages, or other Thing, and ^M 

■ rtketh Mn:iey before*hand for to do the drnt, and aftcrwardf ^M 

be dotb not m^ke them according to the Promifc ami Un* ^M 

demktng; the other may have an AQlon upon the Caf* H 

againf! htm, and rhe Writ (hill be foch : ^M 

Si W. ^. f»»e font I, iTr §ptwf ^u^rt gmm idtm t tra ao** ^| 
rm pra vi^n'/ji'ftf IT htrvefiii tpfim W, md p0rta frmfmsirimmi 
SaMd. fr9 tirfM pUMMtte fmmmm, fmjm musm pMrt, prm mmd* 

ttu rusfii . tmffs tert nrmta tnttr m $mmd. f^urt \S fsm ^H 

hntBtt mpud S. 0ptmffifit : Jdtm I. twrrmt pr^d, ti^j tirmimim ^H 

pr^ f stir 9 & fshricsrr nvn curavn, ptr fMtd iitm W, drverfs ^H 

km0 & PMisIU fuM sd if§Uniiiim C. wjrr. ftx in tutfikmfrMd* V 


Vfitifii^ &€. time fmtt &i. B fm$dfi^ 
p Jiomdrnm Ugtm & i$nf tt^nt mjht AogI 

^ A^iou fur 

mii de Treff^fffMT k Cafe. 

dampnnm tfjtui W mi dsasitr : Es htUst^ &f. 

And if « Mao be Jodgcii in any Inn, ami iny of h»* <^^'^.||, 
be ukcfi Of ftotii from tbcacc by % Stnngu^ he J 
«fi Aft ion upon tbe Cafe tgiiuft tbc Inakcep^f^ 
Writ fhill be fucb 

fUM yu\ bt. Si A 
ifintf^&e. fmsrttum . , . _ 

iifftt^ttfir, qui hifpiiis (tmmum^ ttntni, sd h/fttmrnd, hmtw 
fir ^rtit %ht kw^Jimdi h9ffitts f^tJfttvT trmnftunta^ & im afdtm 
hrfptmntit^ t$rmmfui $97H^ tnfrs hifffittm ilU imptniim^ ^hf^ 
fidtraBiwt (nft$dire dtt St m^t tmentu% it* f^ fniifiMm 
iffimm hfpttdftrum fm ftrvttnttum fmmfn hfpttthif kmjjmfmtdd 
dimfmmm ntn ruta/rf nU^ mtd^ : ^itudam msltfslSfrif fmind^m 
#fvimi ip/ta^ A.ffitii xI.S. infra kvf^iimm ijufd. Q. stmd S. h%f^ 
ptMtt^ tuvintumpr^ dtftffn tjfjlm B. a fir & skdast, (T shm tm 
mm, ire. sd gr^vi dsmpnsm^ (^c. Et hshst^ &(, Tffi^ &i, 
Ifi Mm do felJ unco another Mm i Horfr, inJ inrci 
fcim to be found «nd goad, &(* if the Horfe be lime or dt 
cffrd. rhit he ctnnoe woik, he Qiall biire in AfUoo 
the Cite ag«iQ(^ htm. 

And fo if a Mao bargiin and fell unto motbcr cei 
Kpes of Wine, and wiff ancs them to be good, &i, and rbe' 
irr corn^pctd^ he Ihil) hive an AQion upon the Cifc ag 

But note. It bchovcth thic he warrant it to be good, toi 
the Hoffc to be found, othcrwifc the Aftioo will not li 
for if he fell the Wine or Hoffc without fuch wananry, i 
f it rhc other*! Peril^ and hii Eyes and his TaAe oo^bc id 
[be his Judgef in that Cafe, 
} if But if a Smith prkk my Horfe with a Nail^ tfe. I Hull D 
bive my Adion upon the C»Ce agatnfl him, wichout my 
Warranty by the Saiich to do it weU. And the Writ (ball be, 
j^wjff fufndsm (tsvum tn mmm f/dim mjufdsm if»i J. spmj ff, 
f$mit, fir quad fntndut drvtnit^ fie qwsd idtm tfwm f 
imm ttrpffmt Ishrsrt wk pifuii^ ^ idtm J. pr9fi(^ 4fm 
fir idim ttnfui smipi, sd dsmfm\ &(. For it is thr i^uiy 
of every Artificer to cxcrcifc hii Art rightly and tmfy is he 
ought. '^ 

And if any Sheriff or Under-sheriff do diftntfi any Pir. 
foas or Vicar;, or orher Spirituil Perfonit in iny Vtn ' 
whereof they arc poiTctT^d in the Right of their Churcb 
they ftill have Aftioos Upon the Dfc agiinft tbe Jbcritf 
llus Fof m : ^ 





tVn( of Trefpdfs upon the Cafe. ^^^'IH 

/^fjf fi*£. si A ferjmm Ecclifi^ dt C. ftctrit^ ^i, iunQ pfki^ ^H 

tTi B. h(.mfirifm S^mtrf U* C. Sul^vit. m/frum tjufdttn C$m, ^^| 

^ui fint^ f^(. pftatf. ^tt»rt turn in ^rficulu rlirt rtgn. mjhi ^^| 

p4)' dtfhiHum E. mmfer Rtgetfi Angl. frogmiUr. noftrmftt f«ne*fft ^H 

tntar sii» tmtimtur^ m mmifiri mftn^ mt P'u. sut Mlh\ i*»f, ^^| 

miimaltBrtiftr. EziUfit^mm frt difirt8tomkut ttHquibmt in *vtd ^^| 

Rigi^t M'^ ^^ /^^' "* ^«<^^/ Eccltfi^ til, $ltm fmr^ d^tms^ * ft^d* ^H 

i^kt. & Smhiic, Mvtfia fr^d^ A. fifud L in fipdf if fins A, Be* ^^| 

§Ufi^fu4 prjed. di t^ua igd§m Etftejia 4lm d4ist9 pit €ef<r, IS ^H 

gm 0hmdi nfym S, dmrtrttnt^ <^ m^MrtMvrriint^ ^ u imfsr* ^H 

€St0 ibidijn dm ditinutr^ tmtra /f^*w, e!r tmfitti rtgni it^flri^ ^H 

^ €9ntrs form, srttcuitrum frjtdiH, 0* t^nfr^ fS€ m woftrMm. If ^H 

If a Minodght to be quit of Toll for himfelf ind hit ^| 

Tenant and Men, in cvcry Miikct or FAir, C"f. Now if ^H 

any Officer or Biiliffcikc a Toll of him. his Tenants or Mcuf ^H 

he of whom the Toll n taken, Oialj hive tn Action of Tref- ^H 

pifs upon ihc Cifc agiinft htm who took the Toll, or di* | 

ftfiintfd his Good* for the Toll. And alio he may have f J 

Writ out of the Chancery direftcd unto the R^ihiTs or lucfi ^H 

Officers, that they fufFerthemto be quit of Toll, arc. and ^H 

be may have an jihsi and a Pluria , and Attachmenc there ^H 

t»pon igainft the Bdiliff* or Officers, if they do not obey *H 

fuch Writf, and the Plunts (haJl be returned into the Qmm* \ 

mon Fleas or King^s Bench. I 

If a Man hath a Manor within my Hononr^ ind by (trc^ ./ ] 

fcriptton hath had View of Frankpledge of his Tenantt / ^%7.*#4| 
within hti Manor, d^^- Now if he or his Tenants be diiVrafir- J 

cd by the Lord of the Honour, to come unto the Leet of f 

the Honor, and to prefent there thofc things which ought te£*} 
to be prefented withm the View of Frankpledge within the '^r ^ 
Manor, he who is dillrained may have a general Afliort 
of Trefpafi for thi^ Diflrefs^ or he may haVe aipecia) Writ 
dire&ed unto the Bailiff^ or OflRcers of the Honor rrctring 
fhc whole matter, commindmg them that they fufFer the i 

Lord of the Manor to haire and to hold his Leet of hi^ 
Demtfne, ^t, as he hath ufed to do ; and that they do not 
diftrain him or his Tenants in any wift; to come unto the 
l^ecc of the Honor, to prefcnt any thing which ought * 

for to be prefcnted in the Lccc of the Manor j and affo 
comprehending in the fame Writ, that if they have likefi 
any Diflrefs for that eaufe^ that he then redeJiver them, O't^ 
And upon that he may have an Atist and Plmritf^ and | 

Attachment againft tlMm if they do not obey the ifjrefatd I 

Wiitf/ f% 1 

L t Anl 


FTr/f #/ Trtf^sfi upn the Csfe. 

Aod iifo tf a Mm hith ufe6 to hive a Gulf of Water in 
mif Wtttr, and it hith been ufrd chae no other Oioiild ante 
t Gulf io rhe fame Witer, between bi\ Gulf, and tht Gatfj 
of B. now if another doth make mother Gulf bet w bit thefn„j 
b« (hall have hU A^ion upon the Cife in rhii minner. 

A. A#i«r# d^^^t, ifftf^ ^ fr£d9ujf fm fnfm Ettl frW. m timfn9 
^ mn fxtsf m€m9r. femptr k§tltnm$ hs^r, tmf ftnd. g^it, 
inSfiudeW, tn B* fts ftfd m e^d, 0*f»* imtrimrgit* tfjiut A* 
tf gmrgit* S. dt £. Dtrnmi Msn dt H nuMut aiifvem gmrgntm 
iiffMrt, fBkt fm tisimi fytr. 0ut rfUs shtjn^ fn pi ft* imht cjf* 
fmtft dtkimt, fim 4iwf mUjmh^i ttrnftftkui rttrMHn : tdtm tL 
ilMtmi^ ^slit tntgurj^tt. fr^fd A. 45 S. in tsd. *f^sfnt, O 
wtiiB ^ ftfit inth t^ftind, pfutt GT ikidim pfrstwi fmt tS fif 
itf» indt ctft$ (5* ^fp»rt. fir tfvtd idem A. f^'fic gM gt$tt fr^, mi 
mtltm^ C, 1. smij(f\ t */, ^(^ Ei hsh&ff c5r. 

And tf a M»n h«th a liberty to return Writf, md to txf 1 
CttCe therSi if the Shert^ rjr ipth enter into the Libettf, 
•nd eiectite any Pioccfi there; the Lord of the LibcrrK 
fitall have an A^ion upon the Cafe agatnd hicni tnd theft 
Wilts do appear in the Regider, 

If a Man be found in Arrei rages before ABdtron« fof. 
which the Auditors do commit him to the Goal* and aftci 
wardf be cfcape from thence, now the Gaoler oaglif to pi 
the Money which wis irrear upon rhe Accompr. And the 
Gaoler (hall have hii A&ion upon the Cafe tgiinft him i 
cfcjped to anfflpcrunto the King for the Efcapc : and to 
Gioler for the DAmiges which he hathfuftaimd} the Foroi' 
of the Writ iifuch: 


RtM Fit, Vt^ Bm grs'vi fersU A. BUifin 

immt, fmd tm 
Umpftmm fmwm dt ftmfwrr ^mt fmt Bslhvmi C iff N. t*dt\ 


imfrs hktrfsi. dt K. nuptw rtddtd^tu. £r idem B. frt trrwrsgttt 
mmftii iSim ftr dtUtttrts tj^dtm ttmptri f^fimtdwm mTwftm* 
mt, 0* fritdt0, A. tmfttd, gs§i. wjht hkfftsi. fr4d. UhffStmi 
ftU^ im tmdtm guU €mfi9dttmd. fmtmffiu /rW. C. dt mrwtrm* 
giit pr^tLS I jmxts fwrmsm fmmi dt k&fmfmttli rtetfimnimt 
^ ltf//itPt> fftvtjt pltm JAtiifsmtt^ fr^dihmt 0. J iwfhMm 
t^MdiB. A. p^^di&t C. d$ 0frtrsii9t frtrdiB, mtm frntitf^O^ 
tmtr0 fstim wtfir tvmfit, mts/mt twjms tvmfim. idtm A. fr«» 
/■ft C. d§ Mffirsgiii tlUt patt0 fwrmsm ftmtmti fr^Mi fism 
fiii^tttrif^ $m iffims A, ^.^impffw am mtdamm ^ gm^mmm^ 
tt fms irmfgt. iUsm fi tmlU. fe^fttrsts ftmit, tt§ mfwt * § 
••i«rw<f m^mtniimm^ Tiki fr^ifimtn, futd fi pr^dB. A* fw^ 
mnt ## fitm, §m»t fTAdtB B, ftr tt^fnt fmmm mtstkUt^ nm 



Writ rf Defeat. 7^t 

fmd ttm hmitm tarsm mhk^ &c. ^d rtfpt'HdtftJ, irif r/ df M^i. 
jt^ntfr.edtS, &pr^dt0, A. di dsmnis fujc fitfiiiiua ctuftni tvd'* 
pmt$ iMiH^, Es h0k€0t ihi h€ Br^vt, &{. 

And if a Mtn pUy wirh mother at Dice, and be hich 
fjlfc Dice with which he pUycth, and gets the other's Mofitjr 
with chefc falfc Dice, he who lol'eth hi« Money, may have 
his A£lion upon the Cafe for this Deceit, and the form of 
the Writ is fuch: 

RiM y$t. &t. Si A. ftmit, ^c. tunc f *w#, 6-^. T. dt D. &c. 
fuid fit, &e, ifiinf, fu*n cum tdtm T. di D, mmihmAnt iffum A- 
Jkbdili difrsudMrt^ ^ di'Virfst fummmr, fnmfn^i d< fdtm A* #«• 
arquir, nmd. A* 'd hdtnd. sd idtot tmm j/»/«. T. ^d t^ntifdsm 
JHitm ^tfocst, !i Dstin, fr§ dia/erf piftnusr, JmmmJs Mpui Bur- 
ton fupir Trcnr, tittitsjfit & pncmrsjjit, « idim A mm ipfi T. 
sd ts.'if sd jtcum fr^diii. ihid. iufftt, ff^d. X- f9$/a0m tsUt 
^fffmfit, titulst. itdtm A. trttdidit sd JMSanduw^ <ir {umtmlipr^dm 
sd msnus ipjimt T* devenirt itntigipnf, idtm T. ^M»fdMm sHU 
SsIh fslfis &fuhd$h tituUtQS, qups ytumernm dn9dm*rium^ (^ mm 
sbmmqutliht jmBu stiingere fanjijftt, fslfw^ jrauduttht, ffjim 
fiif fir qu4d idtm A. msgnmt ptoptisr, fumtntts ndtm T . sd jt* 
turn iimm smifit, st idtm T. fummss UIm fuh ttUn [§* 
gri fslf9 Cy dutfti^i ttfit O^ sj^ts^it, sd dsmpmm ipfius A. f 
II %t dU* & hsktm iki nnnins fUg, t^ hft Bf*vt, Tifig, ^i. ttiA 
thii WriC vti faed jfnm 5 £ 4. which fee in the Rcgifter. 

And ilthough tbac the Defendant doth not entice tbd 
PlaorifF for to play, yet if the Defendant pUy with filfe 
Dice, tfr. by which he gets the Plintiff*s Money; it fccm- 
ctfi the Plantifrmay maintain this A3ion well enotigh^ be-* 
caufe the Enticement if not the caofe of the A^ion, boC 
the tiding of the falfc Dice, by which he gaiaeth tbt ' 
Money, &c. 

Writ de Difcelt 

THis Writ lleth properly where one Mm doth any thing vi. Long 
in the name of another, by which rhe other Pcifon 1^ y L 4. 4S, 
damnified and deceived ; Then he who is fo damnified (hall 18 K, ^. 
have thii Writ, and the Writ ii without the Words vi Qf J^^f^^^^'M^ 
srmh, and the Wiit is fuch i L^fl'^ 

fued bj Attpnuy i> H. 6. io, it fluiUmtskatt f^r fbrni if it Mh mstrtt §j i^ 

ftft PiK Lincoln* SlA. fH*r. &t. Ararr p^t^ (fc f. &(, 
Bd rifvivwnd* tarn mkh ifmsmpr^fmi. A. jusn fuid BriVim- 
ff%m ftr /k. tQS. sd Ppvj ntfirmm pfr hivf ff^d ta^ttnd. tttmht^ 

T i pr^d40. 


19 M^ 44 

mit cf Defeat 

^ ^!^ mmm tpfi^i A- li ibjk^J f>« ifim^iu flit. & ^#f Brrw^ Cr€> 
lH^btr «ii >i /r, himiffit is fmutl. 19 R ^. 4v 5#«/ « Mjw t*^ s Mm' 

By whtch It ippcrirethp THac if 1 Man 60 porthifc • Writ 
in my Name, for which VViit I ought ro pay a Fine in the 
Chincery, at the cooifc there is for ercry Wnt of Debt of 
ihc Sum of 40/. or morr,to pay for cvcryWrit off© I 6r.$ni 
$d. and if it be of too Miik* 6i %d. And fo for eircfV 
t»o Milks 6 s. 8 / and fo for every Writ of Plea of LaiHl, 
»hich is rr^ttft fu^d udd^i, if it be not a Writ of Kt|fic 
Pftcnr, for e%ery VVtit «» hich if cf the yearly value of f 
Matk«4S/ 8^. cr *<^d fo according to that Rate* Afid 
then if a Man pytchafc fuch a Wtif in my Nitne, audi 
knovL not ihcceof* f (hall have thti VVrtt of Difceic* 

And if J do prefcne one unto a Church whereof I am ^ 
the PAtron unco (he Ordinary, and unc T. dotb di(!urb me, 
for vkhich DJ^urbince anorher doth pyr chafe t Sljf»p* tmp§* 
dts in my Narnc renirniblc tn the CommonPleas agalnft tb« 
fiid r I nor knowing thtreof, and afrerwirds caufctb the 
Writ to abite» «r me to bcNonluit in that Writ, I Qiill 
have (hil Writ of Difceic againft him who parchafed thte 
Writ, 6-( 

i«R^ If one forgr a Sratutc-Mcrchant in mv Name, and futth t g 

p£ Man C#^<># thereupon, for which i am ar rrrted, I (Kail have this 
m*kf ^ Wrtt of Dtfcett agiiniihim that forged if, and againdhim 
O^ii^jum Dbho futd f3rth the Writ of C^^u/. (^r. «S 

inmjtjsmi, |f , p^i^,, ^^ Abbot hivc Title to prefenf onto i Vicifl 
lth*fir6f ^jjg^ u hereof they are Parfoni imperfonee and Qcrkffe. 
^calar Of Rcguhr at their Wills; and afrerwardi anofbtf. 
doth forge a Ganr tn the name of the Abbot or Prior ondf 
theij Cor.vrn:$ca', that ihey do grant to one of the Padbl 
cncTt, C7f» that they flia)) prcfent a fecular Perfon and i 
a Regular, as a Cannn or fuch, ^f. the Prmror Abbot 1 
have a Wfitof Difctir, and the Form (Jiall be fuch: 

Si Pfiar Bartholomci dt frkurh^ Lond c^r. prMf# l^. 
^ ^nU pKt ctrsmmtiit, 0t tn tifshf fjnBi Mirtini 
€wnfi$e^ (^t ijff^f fnMwt ^nmm tdtm Fripr f,ff9msm ftful 
ff*! rt^ttUnm idtiUMm. md vtesrUm (*mBt Scpukhri 1 
wmru Lcin'. f"»« fnidtm JUtltfism id«m ^ritir tt9ft tm fnfH* 
§i mjms, ft^'umnuttj^s fr^fiwttfi dtitst, C k^Simmt r«*/«#. 
m^^ ft0dt£t W. O- B. €^lmfiiw$ mtir nf/rdUtmts^sdtS. Fn^ 

A*v- Dth 


Wrst of Difceih 

nm mstiti§fe fr^gr»vare msfhinjinfts, JigtUum cemmufit pfigr&fut 
prjriit^i CQncrafecfrunt, ^ ^u^fUam ttttfss psttntis^ fer ^^jts fr£m 
difejhftm frjtd pricru cont jjtft dikuer, idtm Frn^ Cf C^nvntf^ 
Im ffdd. fiffmfim fttnlar ejr upn »ttmm^ ad vU^r, tlUpi pr^fin* 
$sn dthtrtnt fttm t$dtm figi29 iwntrtfaBo amjtgnMn jtc c' tttitaf 
ilhf pgiih eenJignstMf tn ^ and mm cmu/m ^d tnftsnfiam ip* 
Jtui W. tmu, Psfuht, Efcitf, pr^d. inttr tpfum W. O- p^^f Pri^r^ 
tiram Officiaii Cur, Cant. ChriflUmt fuptf mmmt frsi K. de (-, 
iMfionu. prxd Pmr, sd pnffntst fu^m sd vicar, pr^d, ptr £• 
ptfc. Lond. mdtnijp mots fxhikuert Cf tpfam Prior. Uhifnm & 
ttepenfit n/irtutt iittrarum pr^d, divirfim9d$ in hs£ parte fsti^Mn 
frficurtr. in ipfiuf Primt difptnd. non r/ioditum <^ irsvgmew. & 
ksBesf ihi mfmns phgitrum, ^ h§i hnvt^ O'C. 

And if f Man be Attorney for inoehcr in i PJei reil §• 
gain ft the Demandant, and afterwards by Covin between 
the Arrorncy and the Demand a nt, the Attorney mikes dc* 
liiulr, for which the Land U \o\}, the Tenant who loft the 
Land fhill have a Wrh of Difceic againJl ihc Attorney, and 
the Wrir fhill be fuch : 

Ofiinf quart fuvm idem A. pr^f R in h fuels qujt fait ceram 
gifdem JttjiH nojtrtj per treve neftrum, inter C. pet en f. O* pr^ef, 
ttmnt. di lo. Merit terr^ cum prtin. in C, eittorn, fnum eersm 
mhit feeiffti ad herandum vti perdend, in hqueia pr^d. prjf, 
B« follttfi»nt inter ipfum 0* pr^d C habita^ ft sd quend. diem 
ptr pr^f. Jufiie in tadem IcqtieU in t>ancd pr^d. pr/fixnm gratif 
stfentavmt, per qned idem A. pro defeiln ipfiui B* ttrram pr^ed, 
per cvnfidtrationem cur, neftrjt ami fit, in deeepitemm epj'itm 
tier no fir ^ in ipfiujque A. grave damnum, & c^h^redatientt 
fmculum manifefium Et hahat, &e, 
g And if an A£^ioo of Trcfpars be brought agarnft many, 
and the Plaintiff and one J* by Covin bet^s'een them cjuf«? 
certain Perloni to come into Court and fay, that they are 
che fame Defendants, and that they m»ke the faid J their 
Attorney, and afterwards the faid J, as Attorney for the De- 
fendants pfcadeth unto IlTue, and afterwards foffcrs the En- 
qucd to pjfs by default, by which the PUntiflF doth recover 
igatnft the Defendants : Now thofc who arc the true Defen- 
dants (ball have a Writ of Dj fecit agalnd J. who appeared as 
Attorney forrhcm,d"f. and the Wricappcarcth InthcKcgiOer. 

And fo if R, doth lecovcr in an Amzc agiinft f^. certain 
Tenements and Damages, and bccaufc JT. harh norhtngin 
che fame County to levy the Damages, i?. removeth the Re- 
cord of Allize into the King's Bench or Common Plcas^tofuc 
forth Procefs thereupon, and to have Execution of the ftid 
Dimaecs recovered/ for which the faid W' to defraud the 
T 5 f*i4 


Writ cf DifcdU 

fiid R. of hii Eiecutioft, fucth forth i Writ to mnoYtd^' 
Rcc<>rd in CKinccry, rurmtfitig thit he wUJ have in Aft«iiiC 
tbtrcupon Ixcfofc fhc Jufticti of Affile, &€. by which tb« 
Record 11 removed into the Chirvcciy, ind dclivcfcd to ihm 
iii^W ro ctiiy tofhc f-id Jufticesof Affize, whereupon ha 
miy fu^is Actatnf. Now if rfac faid l>P, wlH not fue forth 
the AUiinCi but delay him, to oufl him of bis £xecutiotT^ 
R, who recovered OiaM have a Writ of Difceir agtinft hicn 
liponche mtcter, which tp{>eareth in the RegiRef. 

One /. di M, iueth i fr^cr/f ^mU uid»t agitnft C tfid T \ 

his Wife, who plead a Fine levied to the faid T. by one F. 

Ifid M«p^aF#t hii Wife, Morberof the [>emandanr, Cff. and 

the Ocfendioc faith. That bis Mother*i Name is J^^/rij and 

B -orr/r f^<>f ***f **'*» and after Day is given by the Court, at which 

^csTCndla ^^y ** ^^^ ^^^ Wife procure and caufc i Stranger to come tn- 

m^i s to Coart, and confefs the Fine as the Tenant hath pleaded, by 

. Hmkvi. which the Demandant is barred, the Demandant (hill have 

mh « Fim J VViic of Difcctt ag^inft the faid C. and T* hit Wife as ap* 

%r^t*^^ pcareth by the Rcgiftcr. But it ftcmcth, that if Msrgtry do 

JmijT^'^^^y • Fioe of her Lmd by the name of hUrgMttt^ that flic 

/f/> mnd s. *n^ her tieirs (Hill be concluded to fty, that flie hath an- 

nmdthi other name« 8at the Tenant may plead, Thac (he by the 

fmrn^m nime ofSisr^Mnt did levy a Fine of her Land, &t^ and thaf 

\!11 f^^ bith been done where a Woman hid to her name A^mtt, and 

fhiflme fl^elevtetb a Fine by the name of ^iv#, it hath been award* 

NMf /tvi' ^^ good, and (hall bind her and her Hffrt^ and Iball bt 

i/riW/#/:pfr$ pleaded. That {be by the oamc of jtmt ItFiedthe Fior. 


ik^i iimt I Itvitd ikt fsmt \ f«r / Jhsti nar kj^vi Dtfitit, h Uctleton mtd Dmbf, 

^oH^. te. If a Man fue t fr^ti^i fwU ftid^t againft diven Tti)«fitt, ■ 

JJ^/*' and they purchafc a PrutcOion for one of them, forcntfidg 
hmtti^^ that be is beyond the Scat upon rhe King's Service, whoa^ 
|p2^ ^ as he is and ijwiys hith hern remaining m Ewgfsmd, by wUiA 
9st Si tht the Demindment is dcUied : The Demandant flialj have • 
Hm§ftku Writ of Difcett agsin(\ the Tenants for chat Dcky, ind tb« 
Pr^i^m WritAalJ be foch ; 

Jfs hUm fiuib s Frsfiitim. mid dtth wK ft* thit f^it tiitk^ imfrmj if j^/f. 

Si A. ftunt^ (Jr. tumftmi B. d C. &c, fmd/tf msm^ Zf^^m 
sd rtffiadiwd, rsm ttthi fmsm A. f9*rt cmm $d9m A, m Qii^4J| 
m^trm ifrmm lujiu. sa/friV dt ktmt impisitiMj/is fgt |r«W 
u»JInim prddiilu Q, C7 C, di iti^m pMriikmt hUwirti dt $, «mm 
pirt$n. ndtm fi. c^^C. Cair. nijtr^tst Up & nmfua^tm H^gmi 



pr^fixum fusf* 
C ad psrttf 


Writ pf Difceh, 

in hat fgrft fr$r$ia$. mathtnatid$ ad qUi%dam 
fr^diB. J IV tadtm iofutU tvrsm ff±faus Juftte 
dam Ultra I wtftrai dt frfuHiowt nmtintnt, jpfun 
tfonfmarinas in Uft^uh mftr$ tunt frofeBHrum futjff^ ^ tpfn 
fit ^uittmm •ft dt mmihui Plaiitit i^ qiurtlif, txetft. plaeitis dt 
d$ii madi nihil kakit, C? k^art truptdtt, (5* ajf n^M diffiifimM^ 
& wdtinnf frrfmtaiiimr^ & animH^^ ^ neaptit t^fneh't qnst 
nrmm Jnpa n^ftrii itintranukut 10 itimriiut fitit fummmiH 
gmiiigifit, {tram fr»fatit ^nfiU, ftrri^ ffftrinf, iff* C. tmm^ 
f9fi & mtiM m j§ng. t§ntinue ivrnm^ranu^ ptr futd io^itila ills 
t$ram fr^. Juftie^ rtmamfit pnt dii^ in npflri ctntimftitm mam* 
ftjlmm^ & dntfiimtm Curia n%fir^e pr^d, ac Ugem (^ confiutnd. 
pr^rd. illufimtm mamftjUm, ntcnm ip/tttt A dtfftnd, mn m%di* 
€um & txhdfid ftttculmw Mamftfium Et hahat >h, iffc. 

In a Prddfi fM&drtddat^ if the Sheriff return the Tcfiint 
fummoncd where he wii not futnnioncd, by which the Dc 
fcndinc lofcth his Lind by dcfauk at the Grand Caft re* 
furned, the Tenint Ihill have a Writ of Difccit agiinft him 
who recovered, tnd igainil the ShcrifFforhJsfatfc Returnp 
ind by that Writ the Tenant (hall be rcftcAred onto hiJ Land 
igaia And it feemcth the Tenant ftiall have this Writ afccr 
Judgment given for the Demandant againH him that reco* 
irered before any Entry or poffc^ion : For rf the Tenant fliaJl 
not have a Writ of Difccit brfore the Demandant doth en* 
ter, then perhapf the Demandant will not enter, anti] the 
Summoners in the Pnfetpi ^ugd rcddat, and the Summoiitrf , 
Viewers and Pernors in the Grand Cafi ire dead, and then 
be (hall not hive 1 Writ of Difctic after their Deaths ; For 
whether he wis fummoned or nor OialJ be tried by the 
Stimmonerf, Viewers and Pernors by examining of them. 
But fcf y E* y. That the Tenant (hall not hav#a Writ of 5 E.|i Dit 
Difceit before the Demandant hath entred, Tamtn qamn. And *J|^j^/Qif. 
in t Writ of Difceit the Procefs fhaU be made againft the ^^^ ^^ 
Sammoners* Vie wen and Pernors to be examined thereupon, 
<^r* And if the Demandant who recovered by filfc Reniro of 
the Shefiff made a Feoffment of the Land, then the Writ of 
Difccit Hcth againfV the Demandant who recovered, and f 
gainft his Feoffee and the Sheriff*; and if the Demandant 
who recovered be dead, and the ShcrifF alfo, yet the Writ _ . 
of Difceit lieth agiind tht Demand int*f Heir, and agiin(V ''*''* Lnt. ' * 
who is Tenant of the Lmd, if the Summoners, Vicwert and 
Pernors be living t But if the Summoners, Vicwcri^or Pernori 
be dead, thenthe Writ of Difceit if tod. Bat a Writof Dtf* 
ceit lieth if any of the Summoncrs, Viewers, or Pernorf b« 
a1ivc4for if chcy fay that thev did not fummon him^ then the 
T 4 Plamtiff 

bif- ^ 



Wrk 9f DifaiU 

PltiotUf in the Writ of Otfceit fhill cccavcf bisLiftJ iof 
fH^|b|^.{hjUbe icflorrd, d. lor tc ought to be dot^c by iwo^uoi- 
moncfi It the kiftpind two Viewcivt^^ An4 if my of i hem 
do not ihn iivhkh i$ leturmd they opghc ro do, then t^« 
iVfit iinof citccuecd •$ U ought lo be, by ikhich th« PUui^ 
tiffin the VVrtt of Diftcit ou^ht then tote u(\Qtc4, at. 

And in • Sctn fmMi to ewcutc i Fine, if the iticnff ri 
lUffithcTcnintfummoncd by cwoSummoacrs li it bcoQ 
tfU^, yet the Tcnint by the Return fhili lofc ihr LinJ^ J 
^iccution [hill be »Qtri(ded upon the R^rurn, li iJieTi ~ 

do no; appear; and then the Tcnini SuU hive a Wu 

bifccic a|{iin(\ the Sheriff, ind him who iud lixrcution to 
bim who it Tenant, ind ihiU be rcHored to the Land. 

And fo if a Min fue t Sart [Miist opon a Recogniftncc of 
Dfbt, and rhe Sheriff return the Defendant fpaimoned uheic 
|ie is not fummoncd, for whrch the Pliintiff hath Execution 
8«»rirdc4» the Pcfendant 0iall hairc a Writcf pifceit again(t^ 
liiin.who had Ea^ccutton, anj the Shcrt^* fhaH be punifiiejfl 
by cbis Writ for bis Faliity, and the Pirty who lecoveir^^ 
( ft 1 fh«Um4ke RcC^itUiion of tha the recovered^ &** 
% €,. 4, 6, Aud if f Man levy a Fine at the Common Law unto ano- 4 
c./r> »4W'#ebcrofLtnd which \\ in ancient pfmerne,thc Lord of anci* 
'^ "^ " '^ fhall have t W»it of Difccit againft him.-* — 

lie, and he who is Tcnatu fhilJ avoid the I ^ 
i u, ^aJ \\iuz lie whopught to give the Ltnd fliall be rrfiori 
u c* oixto hi* Potrefllon and Tirle which b^ hath given by :h|_ 
^^'^y Fine, bccaurc the rioc and Gift thereby is avoided, Uut if hr 
ti^Iirl^'"*'!^ *«>^i^f'» the Finr, h^vc after by hif Deed rclcartd ont^ 

Zi^^S^ '***^ "^^ ^^'^ ''^ ^ ^y ^^^ ^*'*^» ^^ ^*y '^^ 

' Ur^ confirm Ms EAatc i uid^ then he urito wht.m the Re 

Ic^/c Qf Cgnfirmatian ii made, {hall f ccp ihe Lac 

norn irr.rtinjinn iliAt t!jc Fine be avn , ,::iufetoa 

Tiadc unto him being ^^^ Pofli 

...... ...^ i..* im and rightful^ agiiaft bim *i 

r^ who rcleafed or Confirmed the fame, 
a Mjio do recover in a Writ of Walle where the Tc 
c was not fummoned, irt^ i\\t Defendant fhalJ have 


Vv lit of Di fecit, 

)f Husband %n^\ 

: fue a V^ 

h the W 

% ^h 

z Wife by default 

iCLiL and ;1 the Huibini drc^b, 
if t Writ nf Df fecit rf* W fell*** 

" ■ "" t 

-ppcaiclb. i 


8R 6. 1.1 

IVrit ^f D/fceifK 
ffcmctii it IS not Error, if ic be dircQed unto the Coroners, 

D And ma Wr!c of DirceEc, if tbt Sheriff rcrurn one Sum. 
moncr dead, yctfhcorhcr Sunitnoncr iliall bccxioiincd, c^* 
And if it be ^ound tl}M he ciid not fumman, tl^(. chc Party 
fhall be rcflorcd unto theLandi ir-d foiFone Viewer^ or Per- 
nor did not do tbac whicli ht ought to do^ the Parry OiaJl 
be rcHorcd^ bccaufe it ought ro be done by both, (^c. But 
if Summons be by four Men, as long »% two of theoi be j^ 
live, the Tenant who iuO may hive a Wnt Of Dirceir^ : 
g And i Writ of Difccic licth tgainft him who embciHIcth tpH.^.ifJ] 
a Writ/ and aJfo agsinft him who procuict ban other to cm^ ^^?*- 
beril I Writ, if it be emb«zillcd, C^^, 
p.. And if a Man doth bargain with another fo enfeoff him "^J*^*/'! 
of certain Lands; and jffcfwarJ^ he enfeoffeth another Maa» *' 

be with whom he made the JJargiin, lk|)l h«ve a Writ of 
Difccit. ► ■ r- • 

||« And If a Man do recover in a Sjt^rt mfiiit by dcfiulr, i6 H« 6m 
Y ^£. if the Dcfend^fiC be not iummoncd, he ftall hive this Uiceit if* 
Wrir.and the Sunimoncrs and Pledges upon Attachment (hall ^7 **^ ^^J 
be examined thcicupoo. And if the DiTceit be found, he ^' \}^ 
ikall have a Writ to the Bifhop, O^c for him, ^^ ^^^^ 

rjl If an Avtion of Debt be brought ^gainll two as Executoriv t^€ cleri 
' where one of them i^ not Exccuror, if he who is nor Extcu- »»*'" i^-*^ 
tor confefs the A^ion , he who is Ex.cutor fliaj) have a ^/ ***P*^- 
Difceit agjinfl him, and recover as much in Damages^ ^^ *' ^^* 

I If an Attorney be r\o£ informed by his Client to plead in 
any A^ion, and he plead, Si^ad ipft mn ifi Vfractter wftrms* 
tuf^^ idtQuuUKy" rifr^f^«iuff,^ ]^t jhc famc ihailbcrnttcd tf> to£. ^^, 


fave him uf D 
bifTi by his biiMi^^^ 

Wiit of Dirceii brought agajnft 


p[ If a lyian fell Cloat[|s, and warrant them of a certain 
Length, if they hz n:t of fucb Length . he who bought them 
fhail have a Wiit of Oi feci t again ffc him upon his War- 5 B. 7»4l| 
ranty, although the Warranty be only by Word : Bnc if the 
Warrinty be made at another time after the Bargain made, 
jhen it ought to b' m Wiiriogt o-hcrwifc he (hall not have 
an Aftlon oponthat Warranty: Vor he H^all nor have an A* 
fiion of D'Jceit thercff»rt, it the Waxr^nry '^e noj made up- 
on the f^aig»in»ind at the Tifjie of the Ji. gain* . , 
I f#' The Writ of Difccit ought to be brought mtothc Coun^ 9 E. 
ry. wjvere the Oifccic U fuppofed to be Adat, 
\ If A Man P'-Wf/^'iM C^/nir by Default where s E. 
r^r T-ariQ5 ire not holde<> of the King* nor I h* hafh not the 
2 Licenfe to luc iji ^e Common Pleis, the {«ord IKaU 



fVrit of Difceit. 

have i Writ of Difceit, ind lecover DimigH; but the I 
covcry (lull flind in force, and the Lord (hill kavi Se^ 
otory* Ai>d he who f ecorcred flutl ilfo bold over the Ki 
by wiy of Eflopcl 

If • Man procure another to file an Afiion againfi mc ^ || 
Croabte me, I (hall have a Writ of Dircett, 

A Writ of Difceit (ball be mamtaiaable artit»(V the At* C 
toraey and the SbcriC becaufc they put a Writ of HsS^n 
fntSM ftijSmdm upon the File of the SheriCa Writi where chey 
have not any Record to warrant it. 

If a Man levy i Fine of Land in ancient Deme&, and alio { 
"ff ''i^' of Land at the common Law, the Party fbill have a Wrk 
of Difceit for the ancient Demcfn Land, and Iball avoid the 
Fine for that Land, and the Fine Ihall ftand good for the 
Land at the Common Law, 

If a Man lofe Lands by default in a Fr^ctfi fo^ rtddm^ { 
and drefh, his Heir (hall have a Writ of Difceit u wcU( 
the Father, and (kali have ReAirution. 

If a Man have Execution by defaul&tipon a Reeognifij 

5 a. 4- ^* 

Pifcetc }7, 


tlH, a«ii« ut a Uirtfscisi filed againft another, and the Defendant i 



It E, ^ 


eth, bis Executors ()iH have a Writ of Difceit and (kill I 
rcdored, &i. If the Difccit be found that their Tcfbtof 
not warned, there the Garni(heri fiiall be eiramirved, &t* 

And if a Man recover an Annuity, and afrervrirdj fotAi 
i Stififsfist, and recovereth by default^ the Defendant IkJB 
have i Writ of Difcett if he were not warned. 

And the Vouchee Ibatl have a Writ of Di(cett where be i 
f St aK. ;. lofcth by default if he were not fummoned, O'r. 
bikxk 45. Id j pr^iiff ^d rtddst agiinfV the Husband and the Wife I 
it cHc G^md Ofe, the Htiiband appearcth in Ferfon, and 
the Wife appearcth by Attorney, who hath a Warrant which 
rt&t. if infuffictent , by which Judgment if given upon the de* 
Dilfceic 54, fault of the Wife again(t the Husband and Wife, CSTe. y«t 
^- they ihall have a Writ of Difcetc if they were not f 

ntd. &i- 

And were a Man loftth by default in a j^ejrt hmf^l0^ 
Wifte, it be hove th that the Summonera and the PledfCi! 
on the Attachment, and the Manucapton upon the Ditb 
_. , iball beeiamined, when the Writ of Dtfceit is bi« 
DiTccit 56. therefore* See in the Title of Difceit in the AbridgnMi 
, Ibr rhii matter, 

# If a Man fae a Writ of Mm^^^t agiinft anotbertoic* ^ 
count, i^€, where be harh fudicient Landi in an<!$^ber Omm* 
ly, by which he miy be brought to anfwcr by Writ of 4 
conni, ike Defendant ftill have 1 Writ of Diicett 




Wrb 0f DifieiL 

tf)C PUntlff who fuctk the Miij/lriPuif, fuUvidiWcK 9 1. 2. 
fitt., Difntt, fi. 

If Tenant for life lofccti by defiuk where he wis nor 
ftlfnoioned, and dicch ; lie in the Rcverrion fliaJI nor hive 
» Wric of Dilcejty bcciufc he fkall noc hive a Writ of Er- 
ror, if not by cheStiitite, tic, 
g If i Man be Tcn»nt for Life of 3 Minor in ancient De- i £. j, ^, 
mcfo, and the Tenant of that Minor doth levy 1 Fine of his Si tf Lfii 
Land at the Common Law, the Lord of the Manor who ^TUrn 
is Tenant for Term of Life, ftiooid hive a Writ of Oifccifi 
and after his Deceafe, bt in the RcvcrAon flialJ have a Wric 
of Difccit, and rcvcrfc that Finc- 
f If the King doth lecover in a Prtiifi qu$d nddst, or tflf 
Ftrmedm againft another Man by dcfiuk, the Tenant (haU 
have a Writ of Difccit, as well as he fliall have a Writ of Er- 
ror, where the King rccovcrcth by erroneous Proccfs» 4ff$, 
or erroneous Judgment. See for this matter, M* 10 H, 4. 
in TiiJc Travcifc in the Abridgment. 

And ; his Writ of Difccit (hajl fometimcf iflue oat of thf ti 1. 1« 
Common PIcjs, or he may fue it out of the Chancery if he Dalccic 
will; n if a Mm Infc Liiids by default in a Pr^ttpt ^td rtd- 
dmt JO chc Common Picas, the Tenant, if he were not fum- 
oioned, iball have a Writ of Difceit out of the Common 
Pkif, if he witlp or qut of the Chtocery. 

And lb \i a Man taye an Execution upon a Recognifinct t; S- 1, ri 
iitcbe Cooiiiioii Pleas, or King's Bench by default, &$• th« [>i feck 19* 
Defendant fitiU have a Wric of Difccir, if he wtMt not fom- 
iTioned iiut of chat Court where the Eiccution was fued^ &§, 
or out of the Chancery, at bis EJe^hon* 

And there are divers other Wiit^ of Oirceir, in the form 
of a Writ of JudiOt qmrth, as if oue fiie a Pr^iifi fmdnd^ 
dsi agiind another, and the 7Vaaat is tSomed at Sjtiai, ^ 

psffb, which EiToin is adjaorncd until 1 f 7>ijf, rbe Term fol* t; E. |. ff« 
lowing, and the DemanJint and his Attorneys by Covin be- DUccit ^ 
rwixtthem recovered a Writ in the File of Writs, that th« 
Tenant hath made N, and M. his Attorneys jointty and fe* 
Terally at the fiid '.'iuind P^Jfk. by which the Demandant 
ehallcngeth that Ellmn, bccaufe he had Atrorney in the 
Writ not cflbined, by which at the Day of AdpurnmenC 
the Efl!bin it quafhed, and the Demandant rccovcreth the 
Land by this default at ^ind, Pafch. Now the Tenant (hall 
{i«ire a Writ of Difceit 0gatn(l the Demandant a^d his At* 
foroey, and the Form of the Writ ihatl be in the nature of 
jtmdits fitirtU^ and Ihall be directed unto the Juftices of 
the Common Pltai, and is fuch : 



Wrh cf DifctiU 

Rrs Jmfit* [Bit di ktma fklmt m Mmfirmnnt ffih t £] 
fuod (um W. dt B. nwffr it^pUatsfftf tfftm I. €9rmmv9kii [ 
h0mt$ ff^d. krt^i mflr, di uw$mtf^ ist. tn B & fUtti. p'jtd, sd 
f0ftim inqmpttm fnfrijt pftftf»m$, /*/^f| ditf^ut fMntkwi 
frstdtiL idti Psfth. ^f arm. prttttrtt§^ {^g, in xv, dut d^fs iw 
tififf^ 0d jMtm dtim idim 1 ft fmf ifinisri , &tf0it, iii. md^ 
jmluMt, fmitmfjmiMix^. S, T>m ttmi prtxtm. fifrntnt, pr^dtiffi 
W. & P. sit$m. fiii iiitufim. intir hs fr^hskits mstktmntt^ 
ffsf^ I. d$ ttwrntnU fr^di0. txh^nd^r. S. di F, ftrvtinf tfjm 
W. diB. & W, di P, *u$m. tfffim T i/j/i dit ffmituiigmt^jut 
recifdm-f, & hfvi dt sit$m. m filsaii knvimm r» iv ^#^ 
m hsmti frsdiB^ C^ quMndmrn iskmmsm fuprsdM tffm. fmd 
faijftniy & ijfm. prdtsUB, frs #i tftt^d frkdtB, L mtttrm^ fmmm tm 
iuitm ^i€li, hskuii mi JMgtrt sfftrmtftt, ^upd sd dtB. iv. S^ 
Trim fetJluM dt timmtmt fr^diB^ fr$ a find mtrrw. fr^td, Ii| 
0d di3*m^mtndin, P^fth, tffnttstuf win futrtt find ndtm W* 
di B. fit (9nfder§t$mnm Curi^ iXtUn mdjmdttstm^ im MatpU 
fntm Cur, mftr^ ff^dtB\ m( iffim \, gfsV9 dsmnmm, Si tsh^^ 
ftdstttrnm mmitft/Ism, fu^r ijin idtm f. pr fHittmtm fiL 
g§rsm mhh ^ tmtjihi mfirt tn pMrhsmtnti mfin §xk$kiM 
Mikit fkffUcM^iM^ mt C^ di ftrntdn frivtdm vtUmmt m kn j 
L^ ^tm frsdiB W, diF, fmftr ft^miffs arsm <v«l«f tm 
fr^dtBi sM$fMtuM fs agmvit nt dmtur^ Viht mmdamwi 
4indtfs tfutriU tpfimt A^ Af^^ F'^^^^ffi** vamtlfi tirsm viht §4 
fr^C W diK&Wdi? fUMm S di V,sud^nff; htm tmdt i 
r^tiimkms, (i fir twqmfitumm fit imdi fsittnd. §ut pfr rutgi^tu 
iirmtdmrm W. W, & S. f** iifum shcufit$ Vilii cmfigri fHifii^' 
fM9d I tmrmitum fndiBs fit t^lUft$ntm fr^tdtBsm tmiffii « m 
ijl dtflttm^ tmne tmm fkfxr dtetfUiwim ^ ciLmfimum frsdiSmt^d 
ifmmm fmftr rfcupirmtiintm *intminu frddiBi kshtmd, tmm frt M""! 
All fnsm fr^fst, h jufiaiM am^UmtntMrn fiiri fsasth, fnmt dSr 
jiir$ fmirti fsctendmm^ Tifte, t^t, 

U a Noury or other Pcrfon, of Covin countcffeit tHe Se«I J 
of my Pirfon or VfCir» tnd forge Letters ot RcltgnitioQ 
af his P^rfonigc or Vicinge, in the N*mt of the Pjrfon or 
Vicir of his BineHcc, he ibaU thereupon hive « Writ of 
Difceit, md the Writ if in the Rcgifter. But whether by 
that he Oi»ll be reftored unro hi< Benelice; J^u^; it ittm^h 
not, beciufe ihc fcmoviog o>* him is i Spirirtnl Aft 

If two fcveril Men cixne before the Mayor of ihc Stapkv A, 
or before other Mtyor of a Town, aod there one acknoi 
! ' ^ unto another icot in the Name f>f another 
: him to be fuch a Perfon, «thrch in truth 
rnf ; I jr which the orhrr Pcrfon ti troobfed, ami fued i 
on theScituUf and taken in EUecutiOo, <^r, beflull have a 

He tSM 


lVrs( of Bruhmg the Pcund. 

VVfitof Difcctf igtinft thecwo Pcrfons, &c. and OiiH rtco* 
Vcr Dimiges igiinft thcfn. 
t And fo if a Man be bounden Unto a Pi lor by a Stiru'c- 
Merchant in 40/. to be piid at a cerrarn Day, at which Day 
he paycth the Money unto the Prior, &t. and afccrwirds ano- 
ther Pcrfon in the Prror's Name, caufc the Scttute to be ccr- 
f ifitd in the Chancery, and fue Execution thereupon, the 
Prior not knowing thereof, he who was bounden and hatW 
paid the Money, Ihall have a Writ of Difceit againft the 
Prior, and rhofc who fucd the Execution in his Name. 
£ If the Efchcator, by Vercuc of a Writ direftcd to hroip 
doth feize into the King's Hands, the Lands of any Pcffon 
who holdeth of the King to Chief, by which the King com* 
units the WardOiip of rhofe Lands unro another, who grants 
them over onto another during the Nonage of the Heir. 
Now if the Under-Efcheatcr of his own Authority TCtorri 
mother Orfi«e without EnqOiift, (^e and diflurbeth the 
PolTcfllon of the fecond Grantee, the fccond Grantee fhall 
have a Writ of Difccic againl^ the Undcr-Efcheator t And 
fo if the Efcheator, of his own Authority have To done 
without taking any Enquel}^ &i. according to the courfc of 
ehe Law ; and thcfe Writs arc in the Regifler, 

And thereby ic appcareth, that an Efcheator may have an 
Under-Efchcaior, as well as the Sheriff may have an Undcf 

, Sheriff. 

^ And alfo it appeareth, thi«t an Efcheator ihall be puniihed , 

p iUho he be an Officer of Record, if he return any OiBcep 
*vrrtutiOffi(if, which he hath not taken any Enqoeft to Cfi« 

L ijuifc of the fame i And the Proccfs in the Writ of Difceit 

B is Attachment ind DiftringMt, 

I UYit Jc Varco fraBo. 

^ A ^"^ ^^ ''"'^ ^'"^^* '"'^^^ where a Man didriincrh Caf- 
XlL tic for Damige-fefint, or far Rent or Service ; and puc 
them into the Common Pound, or into another Pound or 
place, which fliall be faid to be a lawful Pound; and he 
who hath Property in the Csttle, or other Pcrfon takcth the 
Cattle out of the faid Pound, and d rivet h them where he 
pleafcth: He who didraineth him for^ Vc, fhall have the 
Y/nt di PsfC9 fr009. 

If a Mm fcndeth his Servant to diflrain for Rent or Scr^ 
riccf, and the Servant didrjincth the Cattle, and impoundcth 
them, and a Stranger tikcth them out of the Pound, the 
MiAer (hall have the Writ dt Pares frsBt, and not the Scr- 
Vaotj for it is the Mafter's Pouod, 


Win St if 
it weri iw 
hif SfversI* 


If i Mm diftnin for Rcnr, or Services, »r for DitTtt| 
ftfAiit, inil put rhc Citric in iKc L«nd or Clofc f^f * Fric 
with hif Ltctnfc, ind he ptio o«^r>crft the Cattle iBkt\ 
them ovc of the fit J Llafc, he who difVriined iHem, (b 
hive the Writ i# Pjrr# /r^/ft, ind not he whofe Clofe it 
For who owneth the Clofci ought to hive in AAion 
Siltsti elsMfim fngtt, ^i, for thtt it if not his Pound, b 
ihc Pound of him who diftrtintth ibe Ctttle | and the for 
of the Writ 11 ; 

Rix Vit Lincoln fslntm. Si A, &i. ttmpmi^ tfe. B. #/« 
f ijp# turn iiim A* in iUuf* ft9 sfud N, f»tidtm mwris, ¥' 
fic, svifit^fr^d. B- r<f«^^ & ts fn^ndum Ugrm ^ r«nj 
dmim ugm n$ffi ikUtm imftnsfit, $dim 6. frnmm iiim 
& srmti frtpi, & ^vtris fr^dtB. ttfH ^ mklmMfi, & 
tMfrmis it inimlttf sd grsvi dsmnrnm, &(^ 

And note« thiC tins Writ is vt & srmh^ snd he fliU r 
(hew in ihc Writ, what kind of C*tflc they arc, fior 
whom chc Property of the Cattle doth ippertttci, tf rhi 
be plcafe not fo to do. 

And if a Man fend his Srnrint for to didrain for Rtnt» 
Services, or for Damage fertnti then the form of the W 
u fuch : 

Ofimf fmsft €wm idim A. in ttstfa yW gfnd H fir B. ^ 
fnmm fntrndsm irunw, Vet, fu^dsm mverts tsfi ftitff^i, tS 
S. h§vim iSnm^ vel fiC : nvms UU ftcmndnm itgim CT 
tMdimim ngm wfin Ang). iktd*m imfnrtsfit^ sfmd C f sft wm 
Hind vi & »rmu frtgtt^ &t, vcl fic, pur Abbe, Ofttwf fnmi 
twm idtm Akksi im d^m^fns infm^kti Line fir frsirtm L i9* 
P§d, ftii. n^ftfM fgfiHd Marie Magdil* ixtts Lincoln, fmsds^ 
mvtfim^ ISc Alirer pro df f ita in curia dom\ &r. fm^t i^^m 
idtm A **i fiid^ /«# 0fnd N- ftr ftrvitmt. fnmm n^i^is fr^d fl. 
fn fmsd^m dtf^lts^ ^nsm idtm B. faii in inr, tjnfdim A i^iip- 
fiu B* im it^mU ^m^fmtt in indtw tmis inttr^ C^#. ^ tm^tr^ 
fimummns pr^tB, ttpt fitijet,0 idim A. sveris iSmjksmdmm^ 
^.impMnsjfir,pr^diM, B. fsratm^ iSi. 

If a Man do diftrain for Amercemene in t Hofidred, 
impound the Cattle^ and the other raheth tbem oiif. 
Writ Oia] the; 

Sl^tmi €nm idtm A, ptr B tf C MiViS fim di ktrndrnt. A 
N fn^dsm jnmtmn ipjmi F 0pnd S. iwfrn fr^iinSwm htmirwi, 
ff^iS, pr§ fitidsm amtrfimmrnii, md tfmd tdtm f , smtniMmt 
fmi tn t$dim hmndr9i§^ sd 9fmM frddi&. A ii^mU, iSfi fttifit^ 
^ idtm B. er C, jmrnms, &i^ 

And to thi« Writ he ought to fiicw. that iha Property of 
Cbe Cicila were in him who wif imuud, be^auiie be tanooc 

: i «m 


Writ cf EtfcQUi. %i 

iftrtm tlieCattle of other Men for this Amercemfnt : but for [ iq 
lent or Service it is otherwifc. For chc Pirty may diftriia 
e Ctttle there levant and Couchint apon the L^nds. 
If the Qaecn do diflrain for a Debt or AmerGement do^ 
mo her, and impound the Cattle, and a Stranger doth breik 
he Pound, and fake them out, then &e Ihall have a Wiity 
ndthc Wricrhill bcAich: 

Aiif. ru. S. fMktim. Pint ftr vstT, ej-c. P, di E.& C. di DL 
m^d frif &c 0d rtffmdtndum tarn mUs fuswt Annae Hegin^ An- 
;liae, fM^n cum W, de R. hMvnt ititriMtis prsdiB, Rtgrnm^ 
mmdfid. d$ C. in ^»# tsdtm RtginM fitnf tn cruris tttris & l#- 
tniii fun fihi fit m$ cwajjit haStt retunmm wmmum hrtvimm 
9jlr9nm pr$Mt Md ipfum W. rssune 9ffiai fui p4rS§nmt^ *virtut9 
ffwmi citjufdsm knvis fihi prf U infrm likrtsttm fr^d. fsB, pr§ 
modsm dthin sd »put fr^diB, Rtgtn^tdiff^idiB, P. ftrfum^ fuc* 
$rit nifiri UvMmd%^ uvtria frddiB. P. 0pud B. tfpipf, & ** ft^un* 
« Ugim & tmfmttudimm ngni mfiri ihidtm impareuftt, fradiB* 
Cy C. Pf^^m (Bud tn & MnrnFffigtruMtf C? MVtri0 prsdtH^ 
mm$ cr skduxirunt^ tf #/i# rutrmis thidtm ferfttrfivtrunt in 
§Jhi i$ntemftwm^ & iffims Ktgiud grMVi dmnnum^ O* t9ntr0 f0' 

And when the Queen fueth my Writ, the Writ Ihall not i% f, ^ii, 
ty, ^^* 5i Anna Rtgius Angh ftcnit tt fitur^dre, for fhe Oiill z7 33^ 
at find Sureties as a Common Perfon Ihall do, for fhe Ihall 
lof be amerced, as appeareth by the Writ before. 

If the Husband do diflrain for Rent or Services whicll 
le hath in right of his Wife, and a Stranger taketh them 
iat of the Pound, the Husband {hall hive the Writ dt Psr* 
ffsB$ in his own Name: But yet it fcemeth he may fue 
^e fame in his Name» and in the Name of his Wife, ind fotJi 
the Wife with him, f^mm fu^m. 

WfH of Kifcmu 

THe Wrtt of Refcouslieth where a Man doth diftrain 
_ for Rent or Services, or for Damagc-fcfant, or would 

each or impound the Cattle^ ^^^ ^^^ other Party doth 
fcue them» or taketh them from him, then he fiiall have 
f this Writ of Refcous ; and the Writ is fuch : 

Kit ViC^ ^t. Si A fictrit, ^. tune f^m, &€, ifttnf. f tf#f# cum 
dim A, inft9difM9SpudS. fuddtm mmtri^, vel fie : *dvrrim 
^rsd B. €ififit^ ir isihidtm fetundum iegim ^ tmfuitudintm 
^fgniupftriAngVi^imfmrcsri'vilmlftt^ fr^diB. B. averts ffjtd^ 
|r»i <2r Afwif ftfr^Jlif^ ei slis^ <^r, vel fie. ftwf fum id m A, 
\m fi9d9 fu4 0fud S, fft $9nfmntd, & fimt. fiH dfkisi$ ftr C. 
■" fwmmh 


fVrn ef RcfccKh 

ffrvimt fmim tfB^tdmm #vtrf# t§fi^ vr) fic. Sijisttdsm 
iffimtB tMpifw/ffi £f ii#iw C. istflUm tlUm mfyi 
ft^diB* A 4r S fiiumimm^ &f.4Muri v^ifit^ f^^d^B, 
HBsm iiUm vt, &4 im tffitm C. tnfmitmmfuit, 4r^,i 

Ani fa it •ppc^reth he nuy join in j Writ of Rcfcauf, 
for fhc AfTfule And 8«tccry of hu aN;nr«nr. 

And if he do didriinCitcle^ ind other deid Ctiictt 
Ibefhe Writ Okil) be; 

d/?f«/ f «^rr <ii*» idtm A* hf$^Jm mpud S* frt ftv^nf j 

Jk, ^ svtttMtUstmfsttafit. & iMiilti pw^diii nmtnt mpTi 
0i$mti fetundmm ttgan & mnfmtuitnem ngnt nt/fn, Aoghx di 
iimtrt *U9luiffit^ tdtm C. ^vtfis tiU rtfiit0t, c* tatmUs fr^d, #< 
dim A J^//»/i/, Cf^ */**, c:?"^* 

And if he do dtDriji) for i Renc*c{i4fge| the Wcit it 
fucb : 

^K#f# ^MAr idun A. m fujsm imimnmt iffim B 
^« tfti$dsm smnut rtdditm fer fiwt^um tpfiitt J2. I^%« 

ftt^dsm catsUs iffiui B, ttf^jftt^ ^ tm^n^mmt d$firiBiamt fn 
4um l$£im, &t, ihdtm dittmrt v^'uipt^ ft^i, B^ €&tMi0p'md§S^ 
&€ ^ r ..' .it' f,f./. 

And note, That if i Mm ftnd httSerfinefO dlftLiffi fae>] 
Rent, or Service, or Damige^fcfjiiit, ind Rcfcout be oiftde 
Upon the Servint^ the Mifter Ihill h^ve the Writ of Kctcoiu 
and not the Servant: For the VV'ron^ isdone nnro Ktm wha 
ooght tt> hive the Rent or S 

If iColIca^>r or Sub Cul . »Qd 

Refcous bt m«de, he (hill hivc the Witt of ReUoifs, aoii 
(be Writ Aill be ftich : 

Si W. dt $. fahsx4(or dnim^ im vills dt S. m§ki 
^ kwrgtnf. ngni ntftri mUim c$n£ejlf &t ftintt ti^ 
font B. &t. sdrefimd, tsm n§hii fusm ft tfmt , W. #»#rf mm 
Utm W, ^uid^m ittslfs ippns R. fr^ arts pfcmnjt fitmms fs* 
time dtdm. fr^diil, ^fftjf^ repfpi^ & tstsUm illm tkidtm tMmim 
difriSunitntmtmtmfin dttnurt *U9lmJfii ftddtB , B. tsisiUtU 
U fr^f^t. W. ikidtm swfiltitm fttit^ is iffum vi*htrsvti^ &t, 
^ mUm, QTr. in nvfiri ($mtimftum ^ pr^/Mdin0m, ^ p^^d* W, 
g^itvi dmmmm^ ^ ttmtrs f^irm^ &t. 

And if iIk BjilfiTi or Oificers do trfcft ccrtiin Perfoni, 
ind fithers refcon them from the OlTicers, then he urha ciu* 
fed them to be irrefted, fhtU bive Ac Writ of^ Rcfcotu | 
•nd the Wrtt (hill be fuch : 

^iij*r tMm idtm Pn$r ftt ebs^tsm [>§mini E ftum i^f^ai* 

mu kshrt diksi sfud W. iihtrgm (Urism f^sm d* mmihmi 

4 >f«in^f^ 

mttrtiit & mttafkigmtntk qtmitftrctm^ui cmttngmh mts cmn fmi* 
P' (Sf5»''<^"' *^i** 9 d hem in '* ^ ' B»s 

fit tr/mfgftjf* Hfu4 T. infra iibcrttxt:. 
{mi dids^) (mtrM pBctfn mfirjnu ffB: 

M, i»idsm ficmdnm Irgcm p t$tijuitwiimfft.^aimri 'voltiiT^t^ JfL 
fiic. in ksc p4rtt in Cnris Priori^ pr^di£l- fukitur, frjdtff. UrSiV' 
^^far, K, fir M dt pr^diH* tT^nj^rfJf, nm jujhfiBit, # tnfif^i 
if/iw B, vi & trmU etfrrimif ip que 'tjotnirMnt , aiifHf ptrmtferM^ 

^T (fshstvernisjicc* ttd grMV€ dsmnutn ip^m Prterii^ tS uiiifm* 
imjit^ Ufien. maniftfiam^ ^ tMtrs p^eem neftr^nL a 

And nocr^ that if the Safliff or S^erilFy Or other ORtcct 
ofthtK'mgi doarreda MaOfOr diAx^ifi himfprBcbr, or o'lh^ 
$crvkt due K) the Ktf^g^ an4 Refcous is macU, then che 6«K 
lifi" or other OfEcet fliall have chc Vfiii ofRricout in hif 
own Naok, and npt the Kjrig;'*^ and the Writ fliaJI he Tuch^, 
Si T* hsk^hundrtd, di f.fHttiiy Scc« ,ri<fi< ^wi^, Sec, Adrefpmk* 
dtiUwm tsm mtfis qn^i» f^^f^^ ^^" ^usr^,cum / ''^^(^ 

fjJSf ** /(** dekt* Wm qm^ prr Viunmit^mmfifu ^Mtf^ 

f€f hrtvcM^flrum dt judUie fi^^ dtnHum c^ti pr4.;p£*ir^.u4 ^pi^ 
m^yi^tu'e wandssi ncfhi pr,^dUl* apiffit^^ ipfym ujf^ '^/^^jm 
weft ram R, tn pnfens fi^flra ikidcm Tnorstierumtduitre;'veitt^if^ 
ffsdiQ* R, <^ S, ipf*ff* W' ^P>^ viSAm dcVL -v* i^jrmis r^Jf^ 
fiwMUij & W(*, &Cf in ^^firt conumptum^ iir^pr^iu. li^S,^rMvi 
S^mH9my & (mtr^ paCiTnmJir4m^ tS hubesi^ 6c^ ^ ^ ^ 

I r And if th« 84ii£rw€>u^d^ueQ any li^e^fon^ s^nd he himrefl' 
do, refcue himrdf, and wili,.not obe^lhfii ^rcelU tt\«Q che 

WfitihtUbefuch:; - ;, . \ .: ^ .. : : . :;,^ 

^ H^-diM. viijemp^ dt S* fmr/t^ tf^\ , tmc fmt ^ . 8cc* 
^««r« f'Mm ;Wrm Hj'trx/J effitti fui dthitum pf^tfst, ^, pre^^^m 
ht$tifi9'fup€f ipfitm ftr $, spud C* ifvsf^ *d qunimomMm pr^* 
diff, W.Jefundum Ugtm i^f cmjmtttdinfm rrgni n^ft i sfucki^f, , 
/*!, ^^di^, l^^ftjuPi^fsn nm permit tins ^ttt^^tpjnn 
^ srmis fr$git^ '& in tpjttm H* thidan infultam, &c. 

And if the Sheriff tc*»d unto the GaiJlfT of the Liberty ra 
kvy Finei and Amercements i^t the K^'ng, and l4ic Siilifrdi- 
firain certain Cattk, and the Refcous n utade ; Now the Lo(4 
of the Lihcrry fhall have a Writ of Re Icons of theRe(coos 
done to the Bailiff, and for the Battery And Aflabk made upon 
him, and for the Lo6 of his Service, and all in one VViit. 

If the King's fiailiff do diftriin for Rent, and Refcous if 
made, thcBaiJill Ihall hive the Wiit of Rafcousj and not chf 

U And 



}twkt% QutftU. 

rcfted to the Shenff to arrcft the Pitty, tnd the Sheriff incite 
hii Wtnint ro the Biilrff of tbeQiicco'f Libetiy inhere the 
pjrty dwellecht to irrtft him, Vy which the Bailiff doth •**• 
ftft him, ind oiheri do tefcae him from the BaiUff, he who 
fted foith fhc Writ of E3tecotion» ihtll htve the Writ «f 
Rercoos agt^inft him tliAf refcued him, is ippeirerh by the 
Regif^if : But yet it fecms reafontble that the Bxitiif hivc 
t Wf it of Refcnus in fuchCift: Pot fomc fay the BiilifT 
fliifl be chargcible to Kim, who fued forth the C^phoi^ &€« 
ifld for the AncO, Timtn tjudn. 

And it appeareth by the Regi{!er, That if • Writ ba ^i- D 
re^d unto rhc Shctrff, to levy the Ejtpencei fvf the Kntghti 
at the Parliatpeor, lod the Sheriff make his Warrant unto 
rhe Bailiff of the Liberty of th^ BiOiop of £^, to levy fh# 
Sum afTefffd, ^c, fcf v^hkh the ^liUff by his Under-b^)itf 
dntli take certain Can!e and would impound rhem, and <si 
th«fr Pcrfbns do r^fcuethe Cartfe and beat the Under. bailfff? 
that the Bailiff iliall have the Writ of R-fcous agiioO thcfii j 
tod there it feemeth that the Knightf larhich flsoold have 
che Money, ftall f\or have a Wnt of Rcftrf*o$ for the fame 
RefcouS) becatjfe k fi Oot a Duty unto -hem by any Pferfon 
certain, but tn ht lovicd of thclnhabiramsof theTowns* 
And if the Lord do dlftrain hri Tenant*! Cartle, and i 
Straiigct*s Cattle, fbrRent or Service behind, when there tj 
oot any Rent or Service behind, rhe Sfranger may refcoe his 
own Cattle, but not the Tenant*! as it feemeth. And that 
is it fcemerh by the Stattire of MslhiJie, cMf, j, which 
Willeth, Ntfw idi» poHisfur Deminuf per ndtmptimfm, yet the 
Opinion of TWff, M* \t E.j. is contrary, for he&ith, the 
Stranger may refcuc as well rhc Tenant's Cattle as his own. 

Vl. Ut*n. And Refcotis is not, bot where he hath thePoffeflion of 
9H- ;. 4* the Cattle, or the Thing of which the Refcoos ii fuppnftd 
to be made ; For if a Mm come to arrefi t Man, or to dl- 
ftrain, and he is difYtirbcd to do the ftme, he QiaU not bav« 
i Writ of Rcfcnm, but an Aflion upon rhe Ctfc* 

And the King ftall not have the Writ for a Refcotrs 
done to his OtiSccr, fd vtde P. to f . 3, btit he may ^tttft^ 
him to be indicted for rhefamt. 

AudUa Qmrfhi 

THIS Wntt}fjiiidtta§l*tereh liefh as weJI upon Mat- 
ter in F>ftt ai upon Matter in Writing, a* afrer ap- 
pears. And this Writ lhall;be direaed unto the Jallicts of 




j1»Mr4 QuereU. 

tie Cmnmiofi Flesior King's Btnch, anJ Jieth wliertyf. andl 
^. come before the Mayor, &c> *fid B. doth iclrribwfedgc 
fiimfclf ro be boanden in too/* co /^. in the Name of C. More 
ibe Mayor; and tiHrroeth his Niute it C and afterwardi 
C. it arreted by Force of tbif Bond and Sritute, and taken 
in Execmiofi; Now C Ihtll hive Audits ^nU agabft A, 
«hI B* and the Form is f jcb : 

ll/x Jttjfiiisritf fuft it fmncefsfunm. Si^elmff C. ntt^mm 

C«r. Htf^r. tindtr, £5* p^-rf/*. C* tf*i^/ifc' pnegrmvsrt wmhinsnttf mi* 
^r f«'#OT C. M^/Vrf 'j/ii'i^ mfirs S'oathampton. & R- C/^Wra 
0i rttpputtmrm ddit. spud S. sscifitn£ deftamt, cnrtpsrentts 
iffum C. &€. C. fatTuntinn ctrpersU sd hoc pr^flif, tmifl* •jfirui* 
rmtt, per tjfwcd idim 8. fuh mmim tjufdem C* pr^f A- 100 /• sd 
tirt^ tirpfimtm uw pr^tmt. fdvend, twMm eifdem H»jw. & 
Clmc9^ juxta fvrmmm fistusi dudmm apud Afton Burnel pn 
wtntstmhtt tdld^ ft diktr, rttQgn, & p^ftmtd, ipftm C. ^rt ta 
frndipftptdd* lool pr^f A. mi ttrminmm ^ad,nm fitvif^ pir 
yr^rf Majvrim iapi, W in prifms mjl^s fslnjo citft«diri, quouffi 
Hd^m A. di iifiem loo I. pten, fsfitfn, fsfft & maltifife prp* 
mtSf' in ipfis0 C. damnum mn tM^dicmm & dfitpumem Cwr, m* 
firm mmiftpmm : fitp^r qm idtm C. «a^'/ fuppUtsvff, irf /Ui rr- 
wndium smgruum mMhm ^vehmm : fV5** mmndmmm^ futd sm^ 
difif fUirilis ipfim C. in k»e ptrte^ ^ VHafis tvram v9kit 
frrf. A. & B* mt prgf* M0J9n ^ CUrU^, Muditiffw him ind$ 
f^tiam rttim* tidem C. fupir ftifitmt* msUtim, & dtttp, pr^d* 
fltH^m dr ctlertm jufiittsm fi^ri fse, pr9ut di fm-i ^ 
Jumdw0 tmfmtudinem ngni mftri fprt vtdtrisu fsciiwiitm^ Ttfte, 

If a Matt leafe Lands unto A. for Life, and afterwards by 
Fine grants the Rcvcrfron unto fl, in Fee, and dieth, and tb« 
Heir of the Recognifor, and one L. by Covin betwixt them 
foe a Frmcipt in Cspiu againft the TalJ A. fuppofing the Land 
to be holden of the King, whereat it is not holden of the 
King, but of another Perfon: And in this Prmctpe inC^itw 
they ciufe one F to appear as Attorney for A, and to joya 
the Mif in the faid Writ ; and afterwards the Attorney by 
Covin doth make Dcfiuk, for which Judgment 1% given 
againft A. Now t3pon the fame Matter he Itiall have an An* 
diim Sptr, diredcd unto the Jufliccs of rhc Common Pleai^ 
commanding them to proceed as well for the Refticutioa 
of the Land, as upon the Difceits, and to do fpedyJuiWce 
m% of Right according unfo the Cuftom of the Realm they 
DUghc to. And the Writ it fuch : 

fUx Jufiii, fm dt ksmf fifluK Mmftr^mt lit^h h* nf nm 

«i8 Andiid Qs&dM. 

(u; X) c^i*. tu^fird ivrsm Juflii* mflftj at tsmm 

sfu^ ;^ ffW A. h0iftnd (^naj/afitp U fi(fw &' , 

\i, & L* iiSufiM. imtf iPt f^^M^t^^ frMjst, A«M 
rMn« 0m9V€r. (^ pf^fsti T . d* rtviff^ mm^irh ^^J^^ 
4iJ. ixtlmrt'ir. fHMhi»Mnt4i htvt mfii^m (qkvd \*Hitr» FrmtpM ^ 
in tj;>«) yu*mlir9 Leicffif. td artum ditm jmm frj[t*rjrritw^0m 
p^U ti$,m0mtfU fr^diil, ^t fi id*m m»nn df 9a!tif t,ilkr^* m^^ 
li>^ iV rUft -fmi tint^t, fuk mfmn9 pr^d^ E* 'Wr/W fr/tf. A & T^V 
tn Csit^ilUr. mflrm im^HrMri^ tf ^rm, mpr* frjfd^Sl £t%»i 
pr^d. A. & T jnx$«.f^rm*m t^tvii pr^d^ fmm fmrw^^ -ftnUi^ 
tsjm vpkts sd ditm fr^sL per f^^f. y»£. r€t4*n. 4t€ <it*indmm «j«ft> 
^ftm ^.*f fc -R. dt S* mminsfi 0£tru:t i$rjtm v^^it m l^^Wf ■ 
prsd^ s^*4ft^. md ptrdindum vtl htrsud* in InftutU f^sdm ^frj 
f%^f h. 0' T* Mftirnat^ ip/lm X C^T* dt smffirMimt krsvufmm^* 
t^ s$imnM§ fr^d* jjf mmim fut »t firmtti^ (^9 ftmtaif 

n#;. sd ttrndtm ditm cvMtn vt^if timpmrmi ; 

A Cr T- w*;w ya k^imr, tewtnd diBum tn^n, iuan ffrtk 
/ untur. ,sd prtd, E* habmd. di& msn^ Jfimi 

/ fmd fir d/fsif0m ^fism nd^m A, ^ T* f^ftm 

tfmt^ 19 isd* GwF fff V91 trnj^Lrs^um Jmt Hid -511W f^d 
U uiuf^r^rft fitjinsm fitg*^ dt ff^d. ptsfu fum pi^ttK '«'•■■> 
ff'^f. A* C'.T* TwPtnd.ftd'm E <T h^rtd, fuu qmiUM di ffS. 
A. ^,Tf 6' k^nd, frii iff. fi^fftmtm^ njut ^idim, enafidtrmnJS^ 
vit frdptfrntm fr^d. A- ffSMw/Jut fr^d mm ff*tin, prrp^tm if 
0m0tuif in **>' 4» dtm^ttnt nn m^dit^nm^ CJ* cv .,-?*# j^. 

iff-i^ruum jUi mikiktri. N*r hmjnfiMmi «-. j i.skii*^ 

m*l:s0mt CT d4{fffftn*mt tf0nj%rt n^imt. imfnmt^ Vdh msndsm 

m*H tjs^d 0U'iit^ ^mrti ipSut A- m hM€ p^rfi^ ^ vHMi* urn mm 

^iis frsj\ E ^ L* L. (^ mL inh0€p0rtff qstot f#r. ^ttdtnia m9* 

t0^ij <f Mudttn km€ ^ *nde fmrtittm r0:i$mhm^ a'- 

t0mj»ipn rtfitimimt 0" rtiHpfraii9n, ai^i intff* f* 

imfifnit msUtis if dttipUmt pr^td, fimMm <T e«U*tm j^p*(, j^*i 

iund, Itjit, 5fC- 

Ant) by thii Writ it feefneth tbejufltcci ought to m^kt 1 
void rbi lUcovery, tfrhey &nlth9 Dticui, &£. |ef it foemr^^ 
ith xhty may not to do. ^ 

ir » M4n be botifi4 io t Sriruu*Mf r. i afier* | 


►t<Kf Mm, in<i nf Of her Pafce! urirn tnmhtf, and the Ile-9H-4-4 3^ 
COgnifee fiieth Elocution upon fhe Srarutc, ir»-i fiarh Ex^* E.^.tixecur, 
etttio<» •gainO one Fcoilec/rh^ Feoffee iball hivt »rt ^ - ''' ' J' 
ffttreU a^imfl th« ot&cr Fcrfffe, to (hew Ciufc w '^ 

ftnuftl not bt«r* Exccurion of his Ltncls, as of che LanU i&: 

which himftlf htth. - . ,. 

If a Min be boonden in a StafUtc-MercHinr, ind cerrain ■^^' ^^\' 
Indentures of Dcfcafancc arc made of rhe laid Srirurt, a ad ^^^^"* ' 
ifrerwards the Comjlee dorh arrcft xhe Recognilbr and im- ^^** I 
prifonethhim^ and raketh theOcrcaianceffOm him, and thm 
fucrh Exfcurfort tipon rhe Stature, the Rccognifor fliall have 
an j^Mdita ^ufrtiA agiinil him upon the whole Matter. f (^4 ] 

If at the tfijt friuf in Trcfpafi it be found for the PJainriC4** Afl. in 
and Damages allcir«?d, and bcfnre rhe Dav io Bank the Pltinnff W ^^' ^' . 
celcifc un(o the Ocfcnd alt A^ont and Demandi, and after- Jj^°j|' Qiik^ 
vrardf prayeth Judgment, and faeih Eirecurion thereupon, ^.^i a. '^i^K; 
(he De^nd. upon that Releafe Ibali havr an jitUits ^tretJ. $, i Br*An- 

, dit,querj6. 
f^ H, G, M- =-« H. ;, a^ J H, 4, pr Apdiu Qucrtla 37* ?*rx. Rele^tc 51* Kf 



It^ft cf aH Aciibm K n&t /irj 

Mattir ly JOti'Ve Audita Uucr. 

And the Heir of the Rccognifce may fuc an Aufiifsi^^ IS- if 
i^uinU^ if he have Matter in writing to difcharge the Ea-lj^^'^-Y'^* 
Iwtion, ., , lyy\Vx'^ 

If a Man be botnd m a Stature* Merchant or Staple, •nd^/b , -g^ 
'^tftctwards paycth ihc Mo - ling co the Starurv, and Fiftdj<ico, 

And cancel ledi the {imtf 
a new Suture in the 

bath (he Statute dchvered u 

and aftcrwatds the R^cpgniUe hjrg<;ih 
^Name of the R<icogniior, ^he Rccognifor upon the Scacuce 

CMScelled ftaH hivc an ^Wf>4 Sim^iU., 
If a Srature-Mercliant or Staple be made by one, unf0 4}^ 1^ 

another) and deJivcrcd inro the Hand of a Sf ranger ^o d<U« CjTT.i£.f 
J rer upon Conditions performed, and the Srranger doth d^-^-^*' 

Ijvct the Statute before the Conditions performed, afid the 

IConuree fueth Ty'-^iion thereupon, the Rfcogniibr. ihaJt 
If a Man iu^^u M^iib an Execution ilpwi aSfatire,'|nd 4* 
fcarh Execution, and afterwatd* grant over his Eftite, <h%)k i5. 
Recognifor Ibatl have an Aud Qtt rsU agairil (ha Granite I'VaiKKi 
without naming him who Jued the Ex ecu J ion^ il he hare 
Milter in writing for roiue^ d^tf. .... 

f A Man may luc an WiW. «i«»r. again(b the Jlecognifcae^ 44^1. ^rxL 
bccmfc be hith purch^fid a Manor jonta which the Re.Hu*.».ia. 
lifec is a Villiiin regardant. an4 •^«,t J*« oiay enier Jnd 
: rhcHecognifee 


U J 


44 K* \' 3Lt And « Srriffiger vko oMdc noe the RKogmfiniBf. nor 

Kaitlv^fjv xmtmt of tb8 Luid tr cbc Tiaie of fuims forth of tise w 

iUuLmit •eorioo, Hull btre tn d^tmm^tU, if bt lim Mmec 

ae* loti* Difch«fg« Id writinf, n. n f. ^, JUi 4tf^ tod thw* ie ii 

jirrcn t. tiid tht fime is given by che Sr^toct. Tht P««iffE« flk^ll ncic 

A^' bave t Writ of Error, d*#. N«r tbc Pfofftc of cbe ConulW 

^'^'^^ of Part of the Lindi ihall not h«ve tn JmHSMM^wtU tjotil 

Kii Ltodi be raken m hxectitimi* 

ise. 1, t^. if « ^f^ ^ti^li ^dM^/ftf iimmU tgtmft die Coimfee, tnd I 

Aiidit.<}ua. fbewcih i St at of e ctncelled; md ftitb th« f>me wit lie'i- 

*!?' ^ ^•'^^ *** '*'"* "* ^^'^ of Acquit tJiicf, cheRecognifec imy Sicw 

^ fl^ ^^' *^^ Stifute^ tnd 0i«w chit the Sratore (bevtd which wmt 

Sufuti ^ ctncelled was a fotf^td Sututc, and thcrtupoii ht JktU htrv 

ihtrmift ite * Writ time thcjuflicts in the Nature of ^ivtf. ^flir. jOdoi* 

' " ii»«r maoding them that they fetid for theMjyor and dicCMl^ 

'^ '"^ ^^'^ ^^^ Parties, and for to do Right ^ and the fiiamtn^ 

^^^ Cidn of the Mayor and Cletk llaaU uy tod and tbt Mittfc^ 

J|wM^ If/. M, 1 1 £. r 
4f £• |. to, \JjOf% a Recovery of a Dtbr, if he ftia t tcin f§^m, and 
iiH 4*4* chcSbtfiff retorn mHl, by which an Eaeeminn it awiidcd, 
J^Vj*^* the Defendant (hail have A^i ^r. if he have i Rrkaft 
ir.Hil.AW*"' Acquittaoct, beeaule ht wa» noc warned : But if the Sb 
die. Qpcr. rilFhacfi rtturnad him wiffxd, be O^H nor Kairg Amd^ 9r' 
-jj^y (JE.7' upon fuch Rcleafe, irs. becaufc he might bare pkaded 
iC% L% ^'^ ?^/ ^^ '*P*^ theRerorn of the SuttjmiM. 
7 )Im tk ^"** **' *** *"*'^'*^ ^'"^ himfclf in a SiatiJr«.Mmbi«t 
^' ^SS ^Tnt ggti, Srtpfe, he OsaM have tn 4%d fiittr. duttng hif Nontge to 
^.fC^mfUiMfuf ^o'id fbar Stature, tnd afrtt wardt he fhill have an Aud §^ 
{AfUfih '^^^^ *ft*' *">* ^^^' Age to avoii that Stat' opon that Matter tn I*. 
iffuMj^t. j^nd fo if a Man make a Statute«Mef chant or Staple 
^^-it ^ V^i JE>iiref«, he (hall have ao ^«i* ^iwr. to avoid f hae Scanm Isy , 

ifL '^ '^ I'^F'f*'^'^***^- 

i^in- - i' two be Ovflratly bounden tn two f rtitei, and I 

K }. AuJ^fccr wards the Recognifee by Deed doth rcUala both ilieir*- 
*1^' ^'* ^mtf to one nf tbtm, if b« fat Execinion agaiitft tbaoi ftJ 
Jj*JjJ" '* Nrerally rhty iiuU joyri io And a^rr. upon thatReieafa. 
»/ 11 ' £ '^ t*^^ RcengniRir enfeoff a Stiangfr of Pticel nf the || 
JL ,Qji^ Land, and afrei wards enftoffcth the R<c^niOe of anoifctt 

^*^^/af H.l Br. Paftel of the Lmdi. ami afcemrardt the RKOfCnifee fotth E^ 
^l^<^* 9***^* fctif ion agtUd the Recogntfof and the Eeoiee ; tbc t-'eo&t 
\^P ^* ihill hive in 4*tii - ' - • iinft rh^ Reoogmfee, and dtfchaf g^ 

a4 C, 1. 14. hit Landt, bccatjT ^ R^cognil^ hath difrhafged £^| 

fa. Audita parca) of Land w^n^u .1 patchif^tj by his own af^. ^* 

^^.at, Umi an AmdtimU^^U lufd be Ibalf have a i^ptr/^M ( 
^ "- ^ ^* ia iha bome Writ to flay Eiac^iiofH d^^ But if ba bi 





Nonfoif, fit xmf htvo i nfm ^fttdtisi^h, tnif tim il 
(haU DOC hive a Brnf^fttUm ro Riy Extcntion* ^ 

P And a Mtn ibtfl not have an A^ditm Sluitdm^ fuppbdnl^ 
iht Recognifftf will Tue Executtofif but ic onght to be il> 
kdgtd in rbe Wric, that he hith infsB* fucd Execution* 

Q If* Min fuc Aiidttm Sburtlm upon » Rdeafe, and afcerwirdi ft E. i. it. 
IS Nonfait, he (ball not have an Andi'm it^tU upon n«w Tho^p. ^B 
Mattel, K/ ^/frVjrr 43 1^ Eut itf«emcththcLawisoehcfVi(^>^^^ ^'^^5 
but H«ftiilt not delay Eiecoiion by 1 nw Ai^diu ^ufrrt^ hu"! 

R If a Man doth comprehend two Matters in the And sjttr. 44 E. 3. 56, 
to ndngutib (he Execution, yet th« Wiit 11 ^ood, bntX4£*1-i7- 
thc Plaint. fliiU hold himfclf tO one Matter, and the Defend, Br. Ajidica 

^- IImII anrwtr to that. Afid Variance benvixt the And S^tr, S«^«*4* 

I •od the Record ibiU abate the Writ. But if there is a new An^ 
4its Slyerfi0 fued according t4> the Recordi he (hall ha\*e t 

' Suftrffdiiti to (Vay Execution, c^r. akhough he had before « 

, SWfirftdi€f in the oihcr Auditm Sifurthi which was abated. 

"S If a Man fue Execution upon a Statute Merchant tnd Vt .^^ 
hath a C4/»jW returned in the Common Pleai. if the Ferfl^ js, 
or Parties wUl fue an Asdits Siuen^s ; they oaght to fue the 
fame our of the Chancery, dire&ed unto rheJuftiGcs of the 

I Common Plea.^« 

T K a Man foe an Execation upon • Statote-Merchaftt if iR. |. f. 
Dtor unfoanofher; the Party (haM not hive an ^viifn <■<>"• if fkf 
U, fuppofing in the Writ that he who bath fuch Execu* 'pflf^^ ** 
fion is not Executor. ^ t^a bJ 

And thcPfoccfs 10 Audit* fmrHs \% t^n^t fseia* and Pr- Aydir*<|uc- 
firiitgMft Alim iktid Piuriu Di firing and if be re ram ^hil, or re la 41, 
tim tft immttm^ be ihall hare ■ Cmfim againd the Defendant. ^SE* )* u 

L^ A M»a tecovereth by Default in an Afiion of Wafte» the ^'^*^. 
^■dDefaidant fueth an AudiiM fmrsis^ dire^ed ynto the Juiltces cut aliai. 
^^©Iit of the Chancery, furmifing in ih* Writ, that he was « 

.DOC fammoned, nor attached, tior di Drained ; For which ^he ■ 

J unices grant out of the Rolh in the Common Pleas, a Writ ™ 

of Difccit agatnfV the Audifs ^mrth which was but a Com- \xH.^6 
Riandment to the Juftices to do right unto the Party, &e *^^ »l 
T^in* \^ E, %. And yet they fhaJI proceed upon the Writ of 
* Difoeiti and not upon the Audit* ^mnts, 
B If A Man be bounden in a Recognitance in the Common 
Pfcas, and afterwards doth rcleafe unto the Party, and then 
againll his Releafe faeth Execution; Then he (kitU there _ 

come iotD the Cofflfnon Pleas^ and fiiall fue an Aitdits ^ai.^xR, 
nls theieupon out of the Rolls, Afid fa if one recover in 
fht Common Pleas or King's Bench, Debt or Damages^ and M 

U 4 afici wards ^_fl 




>' : 

•fief «ird#>y fiii D««d ttiftkth rit« fiilnf|ind tC^rwifdi 
fuech forth Ex^diCiOfi Upon tHe»iRK«Hftfy> the Firty to 
whpm bi teUtiM (hill hi^e Amd fm» mtt of the Offimoa 
Tict$!os Kinf *« B««)cb vhttt tb# Rtcorl it, and y« be nny 
have an ^m^ f i'^^ cnit «f fli< Ch4fic^'« and Co tt QitQ to 
fc ' ' ^ndCboieuaieiOfiginal ' 

boundtn in a Scuute-Mtrcluiieor Jea* 
pit UiiiQ Amnhci Mip, and afcrtwardi tbt Recogmfft make 
a Dsfcafance ttnto tlia R^cagnlfor ; now t£ cba E co o ff i lft e 
lue Execution upon tlit Sucvice aglunft thcPorm of ttif In- 
dentutes, the Rccogaifor {nr his Execaion if bt b« dead) 
may bave an Aitd. fntr, againft the Recognifee. 

And h ippcamh in fhe Rtgiibr, Tb^t a Wrirof^adL 
^Mff* lUtU for an tDfani who h«Hi encred a Stitiue Mefchaitc 
^c a^Statitcc*Scsplc dimiiii kii Nonagt, if be be yec within 

And aqoiKer 4mi, *jmr, aj^pcareth in the ResiAer ht rfta 
FecSae, of Pftrctl of cHc Land which belonged tn the Rf« 
rografor agatnfl the Recognifee, becauie that the R' 
U^ lutb purchifcd Ofhec Parcel of tbe Lan^ of the 
.Oiinr, &€, /•..,. 

(f a Man be arrefted and imprtltmed tipnn a SeatiK#»Mer 
chint, and afr«rwafdi the Recogittfie doth releaft 
Rcco^nifor, pr he piy the D«Ht, md Hatb 
pay Parcel, and bath a Releifa /bt the Rifidoti Tfaenti 
in jy come info the Chancery, and there &id Sonty, 
lar Sodyi to beio fbe GkillCffy er % certain Dty^ and 
in Piv tlia Moneys {^e.rif heceiUUit drfcharge btmr<lf b 

or Hekafc, and thereupon he Ibali bave ■ Wx 

^Scr fT where he i* m ward, reheaHtng bow li#1 

"1 in tha Chancery, GommindiM bim to 

^^^ him in Pttibn ifotr tbat Caitie. and fee 

no that he piff bive en MiM and « 

M . r.. ^. u .i_*^^»9v«.' igainA ijii SWiff if bewilloocda* 

liver Iiim, 4ff. * . • ^r 

But if a Man be arrtfled aed imprilbned upon • Star^n 
Sta^le^ and he hath Acquittance ot Relnaft to difcharge bim- 
f 1 if be will ftte an Aud. f«T. or mScirtf*(* to avoi^ 

inion of tbat Stature* he might foe to give Smetf 
a^ ud: to (he Party, as un^o tbe iCing in tbe Chancery « fe. 
vetaliy in a ctnain Sutn^ &f. to iue withEiiisfl, and toreii« 
der hti Body, or pay the Mo«ie)', CS^t. othctwifc be fliellnac 
he dclii^tred out of Prifon: And the fame is by F«rrcc f£-^m_ 
Statute of u £1. 6m cepw to* 


tf^rit of Anoint, 

THE Writ af AttMini lifith where ftlfe Vwdia is given 
in a Court of Reoord igaind the Phintiflf or Defen 
danf. Or agitnO the Dtmandanr or Tenant in a Pica real or 
ferfonat Tucd by WriE or by Bill; if the Debt or Damages 
do exceed 40/ Then he againft whom rhe Verdift piiled 
OulJ have a Wnc of Attainr, and the Wiic (hall be l^ch : 
If ie be in Action of Trcfpafi in the K^ing's Bench, 

H U E» dt L- f$e, u Jffur, Sec, turn ftamm9m\ &c. 24 lig^, 
mi It fit ih Vifn. if N^ qu$d Jmt corsm mbU s^tui 8. isi $&4kif 
f« Htll ^MfMtf f^erammf, nsigmfi^ ft jurstor, ^tr fuos ^^sm in» 
f%tjiti0 nmptr tsftm fmt tor Mm mli4 rnpud B* per hrevt mfirntm 
imtrh&hUu^. tjw &prdd. S, it fustism trsn^rijpiwt ddtm 
M, ptr pT^f. S. tUi^tM, ut dtcit, falfttm ftc.fatrsm Jseaf idtm S« 
mhk grs^it^ tm^mrtnd* minfifMV. 6^ inttrim, dihgtn^ inquir^^^ui 
fuiT. jttrMtertt primje tn^mliti9niifiLC,& *« tmnekshof c^rampr^f^ 
Jufiie &c. '^tl.c9TMm mbk^ &c. avthe Cafris and licrh, 

I And by cheSratuee of Wift. 1. c^p, 38. a Man IhalJ have an 
Attaint in Plea of Land of Irethold, of a Thing which touch- 
eth the Freehold. 

K And by the Statute of t £. y. esp, 6, a Man (hill have A^ 
tatoc in Trefpais. 

L And by the Statute of f S. |. t^ 6. in the End of theStatOte 
m Man ihail have Attaint of Tfefpirs fued by Bill wjeboac 
Writ befare JuOices of Record^ if cHe Damages exceed 40 i. 

M And alfo a Man ik*!! have Attaint for the Oamagei^ al* 
chough they be not paid, £&*£. 
\N And if filfc Vcrdia pafs by Writ of Ntjt prim, then rfat 
Form of the Writ is: 

Psrsti jacrsminto^ nngntfi. jt jur^t^ pit qu9S qn4tdMm inquifitiw 
nmpir fim*h9n, fmt tv^sm m^k^ ir ttptm cwr^m diUB. f^ fideh 
9$/ir^ T. df B. um Jh^Hc* mfiu sd pUt^t, (armn ncSk tmtndm 
ajfgn, prr hrt^jt n^flrum dt Stfi prUsi spud K. intiw ipfmm E. <&• 
^prsf* T. dt /*m l^i^njgr. &c. 

And if chl^ Verdi^ be taken within any Libetty or Cor- 
porate Town» fh^n the Writ of Atuint i* fuch: 

Parmti jaersmmtd ret^f^nofc, fi jurmferes ptr quit qn^dsm in- 
fuiJttT$ nuptrjmm. fmt, {j tsprs spud h. fine hevt napf earsm 
Mfijtrt f^ Bsti. Civn, rtojlr^ Lincoln* dt Uqueis quet fuit cQrMfm 
diUdts & fidtL MfiritS. Sctope&firtitfmj Jujlit. mfint sdplm* 
iits torsm mk/ tmtfjd sjjtj^n inttr \, dt L. & pr^f» S. de qusdt»m 
irsMfj^r. tidiin I. per pr^f $* tt/sis, mf eitisur^ qum fmdiTn luftU' 
U jwtsts iiktrtster tiviUt, dvibm tiviu fi^firw pntd. per ekmr^ 


V. 4 Ma. u 

Br. Attaint 
mt tkpmetn 
40&. |. It, 


Briiik z 


44 E, J- If* 
44 Aa. Br, 
Attaint iji I 

fVrit cfAttdifit. 


Wfjham tmufs*^ twtm tiftrm Mijtrt & BsS* mfhh rtiwm. fiu§^ 
fUtjtwm, fdifim fttff fHTsmmfMrn, fitmt idtm J, mk$t g^mmtt " 
€4miimffmd* mtmjt^*vit firmr, iff tnfmm^ ttC 

Aid opoci fiffe VerdiA gtircn in Lmdm upon Kififrhit 9h4 
Form of the VVnc i* foch : » 

P«r«fi fstrmmfntp rfw»gw f jm^st ftr fUf qms44Km iwfwi/ItU w^ 
ftrfmm* fait idfsm n^kit^ & t9ft, iwrn^ R i^# M . ntm mm JwfiU^ 
mifiHitm m mktf Itwtnd. sjpgn. ^fuist* fibi A. di F. ^W & 
KUrtm Lond«^xf J Ukrtm nvitmiitpfMd, fft $rt9$ mfir 4c 

If fatr< Vtrdid be given in a CorporitcTowa^pon «Pliim 
vithouf Wi it, thzn it it foch : 

^mmi fs€rsmfnt$ jmsf. ftr ftm fmHmm iwfti^£a§ 
M|pfr i^^tM fuif tmMm mt r mpud Line, fiu hfvi m f hm tmn^^ 
4r D^ ii fmM^sm tronfxrfjpmi^ &c, iffmts^ di ^mm fmidtm twtmf^ 
f^ifmf idtm 8. e*ttvt0, fmt^ & soL iidtm A. ^ dmmk^ 
^ftb m k^ f^n 0djuditti* iitijim$ m dhtf, f&^mmfmr,fmfmJ^ 
mmif. fittt tdrm A. ficc. ~ 

And if falfe Verdkl be tiveii wicliili the Vcrgi, llitfl lilt 

Pmmi frntttrntmu ritipt, fi jmsi, ft^ f«M ffdm 
witfrr tsfts futt ttrsm $m»}c* ^ M^rgft, h%fHfit mfiri 
fm h«^ mjifi mur K. & p^^B. T* df fumd^m 
mddm R p,r pt^f,T, sfud C. imf^M ^irgmm mfif^n 
iists^ fslfitm fntt. fM(fsmmtwm^ 8tc. 

And ir i Mm be cnndeinned by fiJfe Verdid ni Oete, or 
DiiMgn, iKen tf Ke fac m Atttiffr, he Dull b^ire a f|iiKii] 
Wfir imro theJuOkn, robtil him uj^on Sureties tmken, ibAt^-i 
if theArcAtnt ptfs tgiinO bim, ht rendtr himfelf Co Prilbl^ 
m fatii^Vt the Debt, *»>d the Writ ti foch : ' 

RtxdihB.hc ^ dtS & fitiit fmufsiui^ Cmm.Usrrsiwm^tHi 
«ir. mt^t fir hivt mfh^ fmrntdrnm jurst 14. sfd mrnimamd. jmtmm 
$m',ptr mm f^dmm hfniftf nmfir t^ftm fwk Mr. Mi^fi 
W, y«r i/rrm wtfh* m%r R. C^ ^r#i J i^ ^fsdmm tt^st^, 
Um. m dti$> #f fjv f0rti iffiiii j, mtt^fiim fmd iffi 
frttifnt im ftmd* fUd$^ di itmtf, JdSt. isptmr fjl, (V rii frifmm 
Mm^fftsiCfm mprs fir* wdii dtttmtnt^ fm mtum jiirs$m fmtm ^ 
fr^ frtjfpd f^^ ^fm ^^ See, mdbibirt , Nil milmui fmd idm^ 

pi> j6 f i v^st^ m diMit t Fiksi mmtdmmu^ fmd f idtm j. mmm* 
mf nr. vtMf fi^fif msm$e4ft. fui tmm mtmmisfimm ii^irt mt. 
Wfki sd frtftf^tnd, mttwBsm ff^. ^ ttnmmmtm ^ftmBm tM§^ 
tmtt* if [mm ffrnfi^ii^ 'ml iffi m:itM0Bm iimm wm fmri^ff^ 
*m, fmd rnUsi ft friJM mfifs frsMtd^ ^ }9ii/f um 
9i dt, i§ mtd mi wm, ft^m frtp tLda^ fmd sd ifpmfm' 

rgi, rlMfi lilt € 

mfri 0fiid C«l 
m mt dia^M. 



Wrk rf AttiinK 

im fr^mij/k, & tdtmrnt fm^Ut & nHftBi fmd CmriS 
tmfid€r0Vrtit in kB€ farti, funr f^/wm J. i frifmB mfirs ftM* 
M. ddthr^ fst, ftf msnmMfi, hujtifnmU^ Md fr$pfntndwm 

And if a Mtn ▼ooch in A Pr£etp§ tfiifid rMat, ont who gH*4^4f 
entrttb into ihcWtrnnty and p1eidtfh» ind fofcHi by faire ^» H,4.fjfc 
Vcrdia, he (hill htve tri Attiinr, ind the Writ flull mikc ^''*^.^"- J< 
mmtior) of the Voucher; And Co if t Mtn pray to be rccei- jj h.^Vo 
ve4 for Default of Tenant for Life, and i* recttved anrf p!ead* Gifcoignc; 
tth, and lofeth by fa^e Veidift, h<^ fh»ll have i Writ of i7fi.a*iU* 
Actatnr, and the Writ fliill mention the Receipt. <wrrf in 

And fo if it pafs againft the Phinf iff by faffc Verdia, tnd ^o^^/^V 
be bring an Attaint, the Writ fhall make mention of the Xet bi^^k 
VoiichcTi and of the Receipt ; and fo if he in the Reverfion ntt mtniim 
joyn with the Tenant for Life by Aid Prayer ,and they Joff, by if iht n* 
which he intheRevcrfion brFrtgsan Attaint he fhalTmakemen- ^^^ fi^ 
tion inthe Writ of the Aid Prayer ; and affo in A(Eze, if it be ^^^^ 
difcontinucd and affcrwardsRe*attichmcnt foqd, and he Icfcth ^Jg , . 
by falfc VerdiSt> the Writ of Attaint IhalJ iijake mention of J £. yj^ 
die Rc-attachment» bccaufe he r eviveth the Original of AfTIxe. Sr, Attaint 

But if the Defendant in i Writ of Detinue pray Garnjih^ 49* 
fnent, whocomcth and pkad^ and the Plaintiff Jofcth, by 
which he bringeth Attaint tgainCl thcGiiniftee, the Writ of 
Attaint Oiill make mention of rhc Garnishment. That is well ^H.^* iK 
debated M ^H 6. in the Tide Attaint in the Abridgment. 
But, faving the Opinion of the Book, it feemcth the Writ 
of Attaint fhall make mention of the Garniihmenr, &c* for 
the Defendant in a Writ of Detinue who fueth the GarnJft- 
mcnt, [s in manner out of Court ; and vt hen the Garnifliee 
comet, the PUinriff countcth upon his Original Wrir, which 
if the Writ of Detinue, and the GirniJhee fliill anfwcr to that 
Count ; and the Writ of Garnifliment is but for to make him 
come in and anfwer to the Plaintiff to his Originil and County 
and when he comes and pleads, he pleads unco the Plaintiff*^ 
Count, which is upon the Original, by which the Plea which 
if between the Plaintiff and the Gamilhee is upon the ^ 

Oiigina) Plea, as i£ feemeth, tamen ftMrt. 
^ ^ And if a Man plead a Deed in Bit, in which there are Wit- ['07*};^, 
fieSes^ and the Deed is denied, for which Proccft is awarded » i AH, t^ 
agatnft the WitncffeSjWhichjoyo with the Jury, anJ it isfound ^'^^'^^jPir 
the Plaint. Deed, now he fliall not have an Attaint, tir a becaui« |^| *' ^^ 
the Witncffesdo affirm the VcrdiS by their Teflimonies. Butif Q^^ii^ge 
It be found not his Deed, then the other Party Ihall have an tjuThorpb 
Attaint, for the Witncflfcscinnot prove a Negative, but of the »r E-}*At» 
Afl^matiYc they may have Notice whether U be hi» Deed ot taint itf-iC 




not. A Man fiitll ba^e an Aci«ifU m Tfeckl CalHivlltft 4 

Word ofrbfi Verdift ts (iq<; as tr&.Min liatb h%4 Cc 

•ppendant onto fih Lani, Timt one of Mind, tnd fit being 

MiAlIizcof rbeCimimon, and make TkU riur fia flifb bail 

. , CoouaoOiTiine cm of Mkid^^^ urifh<mc fptakinK ^^ ^^< '^F' 

^*S^ ptndaiicy, and it is found foe Mis , f be Defr ndtnc ftall bair« 

^^1^ an Af taint, for the PJatntjff'i Titk if tflr Gammon in gfO(vtn4 

not Como»on Appendant ; and ycc the VVordi of the Vctdi6l 

arc true, that he luth had Common Time o«t of Mind, ^r, 

but not in foch manncc as Hiill be rak^n by cht Tide. 

^Cj^y* And To if a Man have a Rent ai Fnnsftcf in Faa of Gick a J 

iH,t*w. foreOTtmcoucof Mind* and in AirueoftbarR«etbiafil» 

|fcaiir9o* Xieic tbertuoco» that he barb hid a Kent otit of fbaf Laod 

Timeout of Mind, t^^ wiihnot frying a5Fi>f«flcrLnF«,t^. 

and it be found for bim, the other ?aity Uiall have sn Ariamc 

opon that Vcf dia, attho* the Words q( the Verdi^ ht tnw; 

for ht hath not had fuch Rent by,Pidcripfioft la Aiall hm 

inrtndtd and taken by hii Tulo. - j 

^tU^to* If ^ ^cn tecovtr outragious Oamapt by Vctdi&. but hi 

' f 4- f* releafcth P*rc<l of the Darmgctbcforejodgmenf, and batb 

^/i;** jjodgmant for the Rcfidac. t^- ^-* ^ -^ thaO not bava an 

9 K^ 1. Attaint for thofc Damigei v ird^ - 

^ H A, 19 And in a Writ of Wafte tn^, i ji»nnii th«U hav« aWmro 

iMir^i^ af enquire of the W»ftc^ whoif rhey give faffe Verdt;£tl>y wMcfc 

^^ h il* ^'*^ Plainiiff recovcrcfh, the '" nt QxzU have an Ate 

1 H. 4- 1. warranted by any Statute, wiu^ij g\\tth the Attainr, 
pr Curi- the Writ of Enquiry 11 awarded l»y fh* Courr <* O/j 
"^ ~ A ^ 5^rj«je»*WJf pr#^cr»wi, C'C. And' 
"?t7r*R quiry by the Oailas ofiiaorcigK 
•1 H6. fi. ^ '" "''^ bound to take twelve Per ions. 
ilii. t f. t<^ |t E.i. II. X 17. B^* CollunQn ti. jvtf- 
/ir aa «4Mir Quale jai )i>«»if {^#, wiTi^V; pYvf / intm i 

4£E.]«i^. The King (hall have tn Atramt opf>n a fijfe Vefdi^ 

fed againf) htm as well a$ s cnmm'm f^^rfnn, 
'*^'li'^* In TfefptCs againft two> on 
X^^f guilry» and it found guilty, and 
l^ ind pleadcth Not goiJty, and h 
^f 'qucdj Now in rhii Cafe rl- 1 
Damages for the Trefpafs, 
^— - ^qaeOfhalf hive an Attaint , .,_,.,.j^,, 

jy'jl^'^ hrrt Enqocft, if they be outrigtoOf or eicetfiv 

'T miy mikett] 

ffrit ff Mai fit. 




if an 

: Teharff by Seitucc-Merebsm fbiJl h^vt tfi Artnnc if he be ^f AfH i$^ 
birred \n Alike by faltc Vcrcli£V, or found againft him fey Bj*Atuia» 
fftlfe Vet^i^t) where he is Defendant in ^be AlHzc. g'ri m ^^ 

;. If «.Man reocwer in tJ^r^a^ ijtud reddat, agamft i Tc^ ^t, im'pS^ 
nant by falfe Verdi^^ there bave beon divers Opinions whe^JmatABi^^ 
cbeirih^ Tetunc (hill btvte «n Atraint before Execution fued «f^. ii i4* 
Mttgatnfl him. Jl 41 £ v ^^^ >f^ % i* f' <$> ^Q. Bur rhe ^- 5f 
Statute of t £. ). i^ith^ That 4 Man OiitJ havre an Actaint of 
Damages Wfore Execution fued of chem^ before which Sea* 
tilCB ic temeeh he cmild not hav^e Attaint of them. But in 
if&tf Time of £ 1^ the Defendant fued forth an Artatnt for 
fiifiMgiii 9pon ^ife VcrdifV gi^cn agaiofl him in a Writ of 
TrcfptG before the Plaintiff fued Execurion of (he Damages, 34H.5. l|, 
wiich ilc in Title Attaint in the Abrtdgmenti, r^wp. £, 1, 
And alio by the {^mz Reafon, if a Man do recover Land, the 
Tenant QiaJI not have Atraint before Execution. And N»»- 16 H 8 %. 
KfiNrc hath been pleaded 1 and admitted a good Plea divers Ji ^^^ t^- 
times in an Attaint. And on the other fide if the TerucK 'f y*^* *^ 
ihall <>Qt have an Atraint before Executing foed, or Entry aJ;/tiii|^ 
made by the Demandant or his Heir, then perhaps they wil] ^' : 

not enter until ihc JutorSr art deadp and then the Teotnt ' 

ibtll be tyithout Remedy by Atcatnt. • ; 

, . If m^JVbn v^ho uai Tenant do recom in Attains the sKQ, Z4E. 
Judgment ihall be that he (hall be arreted, C^r. which could !- 34- ir, 
oot be if the Demandant hath not cntrcd> and: wfaqn he ^"^^"! ^^ 
himfcif is Teiunr in Poffcflion. ^ Br «**** 

And I think ir the better Opirtinn, That if in Trefpafj the ' ^ * 
Defendant plead Villainage in the Plainti^,<^f, and he is found 
fiank unto his Damages of aoi. the D^tendtnt Oiall not have 
an Atraint for cheSmdlntiG of the Damages^ ^r. But in a f r.€. 
ji^e ([md rcddat^ if the Tenant plead Nrn'ttjuirt^ and it be 
mmd agtinf^ him, he fbali have an Attaint, &€, i4A(ri,Bf* 

An Attaint Ihall be maintainiblc againft the Ter re* Te- Atraint y^ 

nt Without naming htm who was Party to the Record: 1*^^ ^' 1*' 
Oiberwifeic is in a Writ of Reccrdsre ; for chat Ihatl b^ai^g^^ 
fued igiind him who was Paity, or hi^ Heir or Extcatot, j4H.<f.^f, 
if it be a Perfonal Action, otherwife it ihall abate. |f H!d.|o! 

Attaint doth not lie upon faffeVcrdift given in an Ap- contr* k 
pealof Maihcm, or Appeal of Felony or Murder. *^ij '<'^< 

An Attaint may be fued in the Common Pleas, if the |j||^* \l' 
Kecord be there i or it may be fued in the Ki<i#*s Bench the c$tut,h 
epon , a felfe Verdid given in the Commoa Pleas, if the sdmitttd. 
Kecpfd be removed into the King'* Bench, t £bti Df. 

A Recovery wa* in an Aflize brought in the King*s Bench, ^^*^'^ 
nd afterwards that Rcco/d wat fent unto th« CQo^mcn PJea», j^^^^^J^'^^* 


Writ if AitMitt. 

11 L) 


%i b 


RrTTtr 71. 
10 E* I* 

"LrriT 1. 

AiTitf«r upon riie fUodrd in 
Common flea, t^u 8 £ 1. H. jtfff* u^r. Km. 

Aitaint wit fueA opon a f»l(c Vet didt given agtioft thi 
IkUjubat when be clnoitd Ltbexty, and adjudg^ %kax, hm 
(botiM litv€ K B. rf H I, 

And die Wiir of Atraint fsay bo filed rm of ihf Com^ 
cooo^kaf Of Kiilg'* B<^nck, opon a ftlf«Verdi3 givan 
fha fiune Catsrr, as well ai cor of the ChaQcery, fd. ^. 

la a Wilt of Enrry brought tit Suftn^ the 
|»]eidfd a Relcare in Lmdm^ which wu found agaaiiA tun 
in Umdm^ for M^hich ba broi^hc an Artatnc in Imim^ oai 
it Wat tnjEnrainible, fi* vi*. M. tS £ 1. 
' If rhr ¥m% recmrer by £i]re VerdiC^, be fktJ] htvr At- < 
.taittr againi^ rbe F#rjf Jory only, at if the King do itcoirer 
by frtotuniti Proccfi, Cr the Pacty fliatl have a Writ af 
Efror af the Jndgment, and flaaJI not oafnt I be K^iog, b^ 
caafa h« tt alwayi prtfcrit in the Coiltf* 

The Voothe%or Tenant by Rrfoetr, Or ht m lbs Rfrtr^ ^ 
(ion where he joymtb to the Tenanf by Ai ^ri^, fbal 
have Artiinc if he loft by filfe Vtedift : And tf Tenant 6if 
Life Icfe by filfc Judgmenr, he in the Reircjfi in (bill hai^ 
ltf.20. •" Attaint Of Wiit of Ertoi living the Tenant lor Life, by 
the Sramte of 9 R* 1. ##f , j. 

If cbc Defendant in Trefpafs oYead Vtflcnage in tb< PVain* 
riff, and he fiith that Ik ij Frff,k, and ii fe fbliodby Vet- 
did, and aftcrwtrdi the Defendant dieth, Ui Heir Iball 
baire in Attiioc 10 avoid thif E(lopf>e1 and hl& Vcrdifi, 
mltbnogh ic wat given in a petibnal A^on. 
t R4. 1}. In an Arrainr upon a Recovety in Pr^rr^fe fW rtddst^ cho \ 
^yciML Defendant pleads Stu-tmiere^ and the Demandant iiitb, Tbac 
he m*de a bewifnient anrn onknrwn Pcrfon% &t, ind th^f hm 
brought chf A£Hon viithin the Year, and with that, thac be 
witUverf thjt the Defendanti ttnifc the Prrfitt the Day of 
ai H* € SS the Wiir purchafed \ and the D*^ndanr fai^h^ That he iUi 
fi Anit^t ^^ ^^^* *'*^ ^''*'^^** ^^ ^^ thif Ifliie (FiaU be fried bf fke 
iC // M«#^'^^^"^ '« ^'^^ ■'^ '^^V S*^'^ ^*^^^ Oathr, he Ib^ll hare an Af^ 
li iri4j kf t§int upon that Vcrdift ; by N'Wfm : A* if in a Writ of Righ^ 
2Vr/vr,Wfhe Tcnint pftad i colbtera) Wamnry, made withjo rbe 
mt h ihi f^dif Cotinty, if ftiall he fried by the Grand Afltze; and if 
10 AflTn '*^*5' ^*^* ^*** Vetdia, he OiaM how an Artainf, becaoft 
*b?. Atmim, ^^^ *"•"'* " *^**^ of the Pmni of Aflrze ; by fhwtm^Tr. %% H^^, 
f|' \xhk. Nonftttt in Attaint after Appr^nnce tt peremptofyf m 
i% ftr, At-Jie (hall no^ have a new Attaint -, and (o upon e RarmHi^ 
ti)mys. the Demaiideoc Dy be will no more foe MiAttainri 


ffrit tff AltAtm. 
he cntfcd upon R^orrf, be fh%\\ not af^tr btvc sbik 

If a Mm hivci Pr^aft ^utd reddst agttiiA divtrs, ly fe- i4A(tx.Br. 
-ver«l py^tfptt^ and by EnqueA ir is fcmnd for the DcmiiK *^^"* ^^' 
d«iit ; he fliall b^ve a Writ of Attiint againA the Tenant, 
iSfi. fiut if it is found igainfl the Teninrf, he Chail have te- 
ivcrti Attaints ; for «s unto all of thera^ it u % i^veral En* 
^utft to try their Iflties feverally* 

' If the Demandam be barred io a ^m$dm^ tnd afterwardi ■ 

veleafetb all Anions, or ali bis Right in the Land, ]ret hii ■ 
Heir fliall have a Writof Attaint. 

^ Andfo if the Father be Nonfuit upon an Attaint upoQ 
t Writ of hrmtdm, he there (bal) have an Attaint, 

And a Man ihaH have an Attaint before J udices of Offv* m 

without OrfginaJ Writ, ypon a Biil only £ed befotc th« ■ 
fame Juflices, T, $ £. 2< 

If falfe Verdia be given in Aflize of mvtl dif than Iftlit 
Plaintiff will fue an Attaint, he ought to have fuch a Writ* ; 

itrir FiV. Lincoln, fsiutim* Si A. ftarif tefiatrumtwm [^9t] 

fitm. 6cc* 14. mihttidevifn.dtS. ^uod Jintarsm Jmftkiar* m* *1 

fi$if ad frtm0m A0«m, turn tn parttf itfjf 'vmfrimt, Vel iiCg I 

atr^ip dih^u & fidilikm mflris K, dt W, iff B. dt ¥^ & km fl 

^U$t fihi fffmn^imum di cfrfk, ^c ^u§t idem R. & B, iM ■ 

fdn fse. f^0ti f^trammto rec^gn. fi J. mjitfti iff fim jadtoda V 

dtjftifimt f^^fst. A, di liS0r9 t(mment9 fu9 in S. "^el dt cmmmadm V 

fsfttifa fttgt in S, fUM ptrtinti md iihfrvm ttmmmtmm Jm$m m » I 

M^fM ittJU, ^/ pnmMm ttMnsfntatimMm Dtmini H.fiiii Ktgk /• I 

^if ywfem. u$tdt idtm A: maritmr tfaod jurstom Ajpj^i H§\Mt di§i ■ 

^«^ int$r t9s fum, /«(> ^ cmff^ e^rmn titbit s^ W. ptr ^v« I 

tuftrum^ %^l €9fsm^^fst. R & B. vtl €9fsm dittS. Gt JidMm M 

mfrii W- dt H. & fuiis JM^ttjitr. mfiris mitim, mnersnf, aftd fl 

L' JA ^9^^ '»« fi^ ifrrvi m^firum fifijmm ffcer^ fsersmentmrn^ ^ fl 

imttrim dii-gmttr in^mrst, ^ui jutr, Jttrdf»» iiiim #^ <^ ear I 

tnnf hmbfM ctrmm pr^f\ Juflit, sd pfmfmt, ^ffl vtl (tram R, 6f Bti I 

Bf fum, 6cc* fr^d. I. V^llic r prsd. L H. tfni frmdia, ttmmcBfm ■ 

m$m $mei : f K«i (unc ft ihi mvdaur. iffsm ftftgmtimrm^ tf ■ 

h^Uoi ihi mminm Mihtum^ ^ ktt irtvi. I 

K And if a Man lofe by falfe VerdiQ in Adt^e before Jaftfr ■ 

cei ofAflize, if he orilirue an Attaint before the fame Jo* I 

niceii he ought to fuc a Patent direOcd uma the fame Jai fl 

^cea to give ihem Authority to hold Fl«?a thrrcof ; <>r he ■ 

may fae a Patent tinro other JuiHcei ta hold Plea of thi( I 

tWrit of Atiainr, and the Fortn of the Patent \% iuch : > M 

L Riit diUSii 0* fidtjihn fuit H, iff B. fsimfm. StUiie jmi m 

^wftituimuf v*f$ ike* JnflU, tiafirti^ nns (um his^ fi$»t fl 


£i jtjffm W9VS d^fnftu ^md riif#r ««# fwm. /»f| (f r#/f tf <f^#99 

^Mt^mjin S P«^p^^ ^ " tff^r*#, &c *^irrf W, ffr ihrrw JIT 

ice* prryidtritii^ J^*^* *^^^ ts^imfi^ f$fft^, iwdi futd mi 
jwftistam ptrtiuif ptimdkm ifgifm u twfmttitddmim ftpumjtni 
SmI^ n4k 0mtretMfi9cmm indi BrevtMiott, M^Mdsmm tmm 
Vit. mflf* LtncoJfi fKfli sd iertis dam ^ lumm^ fnffi ufattfm* 
fmwi. iism itrmn n^tkit vrnsn fsc. Im cuim ni s^fiimmimm k 
iittrsf mfirm fitfi feeimiu psttwUs, Tffe, ike, 

- And ft Mm OitUiiave m Wttt • t upon ft £iUe Vcr 

iiSt m so AiCze ot Nu&occ. . *vu vd f/n^mvtB 

fmtddsm flsinmm im N. Stc. 'Vti ^utdddm^jf^ism, vil fmrndrnm 
tiptw, *oti divtrtit turfum s^trinN, md makmenium^ &ۥ ^S^ 
tkdiw n^d^Mt. Ami the Eorm ol the Writ is fiicli t llfl 

iajufit iy fitt jwdiiiB lrom%it^ t^/ prp^ rat/it fusdAMm fim^ttm 
IvN.^f* ^wtddmn f^stum^ vtl ^fusndmm fptm^ W 4rv«f<^ 

fitf/Mik taiujdMm tfuji in N. ^f/ nHiAvit^ vA •ifirmmh ^ 

midfidtm A, ifMthtur, tftt^dj^trntms mf. fum inte* mi fmm. 
& tmfim ttrsm, &c, &pvd N ftr hrtyt ntfirmm fsifmmf &£ 

And if it t Rult in rbc Regiftcr^ Thmt in tn AtCiiot 
fto Ailjtt of Nrvr/. dtf* ft certim Diy. QifttI be fcr, ftt m an 
Afl[i£«» £>/# Un^ vti slt^ dtt m Crmpm, W iji O/i^^. <w/ m 
fuindm, fsfcb. hue tr behoveeh thir th« TenftOC hftvc GArmlfc. 
oitt bf tf Diyi in the Atriifir» for the ScKute doth ik>t giW 
kff-r Tiine, bur ofiiy in Afllz* before the King* • 

Ami theii it ftncrhcr Foim of the Writ, if the Allize im 
ftdjourmd Into the ConuiKio PIcftip and tiken cbere befot^ 
the JuAicci of the Cofnmon Pleii, ftod the fsfTte ippiAf eth 
hi Che Rcgidcr* 

Atid another Form ti of the Writof AttftinC* fifJrer« dm 
Affile 11 brought ftgtinft rftc Eiuibind 4rid Wife^ end 'ch« 
MTife il received lor the Deftulr of the liinbiiiil« toii 
idtidech and lofcth hy Ulfe Vcrditt 

AckI tnother Form. of /kittiot ii^ where tbe TcfSftat m A^ 
Akitt ph§4cxh the Rcleife of the Piatmifi'; or of hit Ati* 
ccftnr in Btr of the AfHic vihlch ii.futiod ftgftinQ tbciOy 
ft fiHe Verdia. 

And ftnochcr f otni of the Writ of AtMAC h, «rhef« 
%. ibm 


IVr/i of Attaint. 241 

llic Vcidia paffcch by tJifi pr it: s out o[ the Cdrr.mon Picas. 
p Ant] another Form of (he Writ of Attain C is, whtrc the 
A(iizc is fuininoneii bcfoic ccitiin Jufticcs, and afrcr ir is 
tdkcn btfure other JuHlccs by a general Com mifllon, and a 
falfe Vcrdift is given upon the fame. 
G And another Form of the Writ is, if an Aflize be fummon- 
cd before divert Juft ices, ind afrciwards is taken by any of 
them by Vcrtue of the Writ of 5i nen ommr, then the Parry 
fliall hivc a Wiir of Attaint, rcheailing the v hole mat'er. 
jj And if a Man upon VerdiiV piven in an Aflize before the 
Juftices of Afljze fucrh an A'taip.t before the fame Juftices, or 
other JuHices, he may have a Wiit of AfTjiciarion di-'eftcd 
Unto the fame Jufticcsbv fore whom thf Atrai:it is fjid ; and 
thcWi\zofSincnomi;*s, as he (hall have in Aflize, c^"f whowss 
Plaintiff theic ; And he Ihall have a Writ Paten' direftrd 
iinfo him who is Arti)ciare, c^f. which Wiits do appear in 
the Jlrgillcr after the Writs of Aflize of Novel Difll-i/in. 

But It appcarerh by junt Writ in the Regifler, that rh^fre ii E. ^ ^ 
was a Condiiution, vhich rtrqnircdj That the AfTize ''•• Atuinc 

but before the Juflico of Aflize, or before the Jufticcs of :j t. 3.10. 
the Common Picas, if the Record be removed thither, or ^c* ^''* -"^'f- :-• 
fore the Juflices of the King's IL*nch, if the Record be rcmo- \;g^h^"^.\ 
Vcd before the King ; rii:d tht Form of ih<- Writ is fuch ; ,V(?m Tcnn! 

Rex diltci. & fidel. ftii F. & G. dt E. plutcm. Lrct uupcr rem rtai- 
€9nfiitucrirMUS vqs Jujfic. noflros ad jurat, vigt'vti (j> tjuatuor Mi" c!l, 
lit. cjpiend.quamj. qn^fuit ux. F. *voh$ per brev iioih. ^'* '^- i^^- 
njirfusE qn^fuit ux, A. de h ad cofTjincend jurat or. dijf. '*''"*^ '^ /*'/• 
y«^ ihtir ipfum A. & pr^f. |. vS* aliof, r^c Jum. fuit & capt, apud 
l^,C9r. dtltt'iis&fidilthtsjiojh R. ^}ic. nojirts fld af. 
a^c. ajpf^n per brev, no fir, deteitemerit. in S. f'S^ia e.i inqnijtt. pr^d. 
fails fuit cont, form Jlafuti rirfiri apn.-i nr/p editi, in 
quo €9ntinetur^ qd. trjjifa jurat ^^ C?* ccrfi fie at tones car. Ju^ic. cCf.-2^ 
wuniter nffgn, & ron alii: capianttir : ^od qvidtm ftatut. in 
omnibus O" finguli$ futs artictilig *volent. tnviolabi liter ohfrvari^ 
yobis mandamus^ quod de captione jnrat^ prad. pratextu co»t- 
fttijf. noflrafic foB. vos nuUatenus intromittatiT. Tefle, CJ'r. Sijiod 
quidem flatut, fa [I fuit /fn?:o. 2 Ed, 3 Regis AngL cap. a. 

By which it app;:arerh, That he (hall not have a Writ of 
Attaint by Commiflion, iTf before other Jufticey, but only 
btfore Juftices of Aflize, or of the Common Pleas, or 
King's Hcnch, as before is f**id. 

The foim of the Wric of Attaint upon t RcdilT is fuch : 
X Ke.v 

MVii cf Attiinu 

fti§ €0fiM J Bit itrmm £* fmr #^f, ^im. r», #f ^nifpi. fis€iU 
rffPM nt/fr, ijufdtm ftr hivt mjhmm sf%d W. tir;rr R. #r pW 
B. difmsdsm ndtjf, adim K frr fr/f B. /tr/. mt dkit di mm 
mtfmsgiiit ^ set. ttrr^ turn ^trttn, m W. fmifinm fatrwmi fs£rm» 
menstim fiptt idim K. fi§kis grsvit fmrtnd, m^nflrmvif^ if iwfef^ 
tm diUgfMttr tfiqmtrst^ fmifmtrtiti jitrsfvra fBni tv^mjSiMni, ^r. 
n ### tunc h*kisr igrsm fv^f. R. #r J, Et fmm. ff^d. B. firW 
tuMtJtt iht sd Midiemd.ilL rtagn. 4*r h^h*! f^i furn^ ^€. 

And it fccmcfh, Thit chit Wr it of Attiioc ought to b^ 
fucd before the Judices of AfHie of ihc fiid County, ^<lfl 
thit they fhiJI hive i Patent for the fimc dire^ed unt^ 
rhem, and thit the Record ibill be brought before them, 
Bot if the Record be removed into the Comoioii PieM| 
then it fccnieth he (h^ll hive hit Attaint there. 

And it ippeircth by Qlsnwle^ Thit t Mia (hall hiVe 10 1 
Attaint, ind the mariner how the Joroii (hall be punilKcd^ 
41 1» f.if. ^^^ 'f ""^y J**'or* be convifi of falfe Oath, they fbait bel 
1 M. 4. i;« imprifoncd, and then they ought to fue urito the Kinf to 
Oirooigne. pay i (^me for their Imprifonmcnr, and when they are •* 
peed with the King, they may fue a Wiit for to rcmov«_ 
the Record before the King in the King's Bench, aod 
Writ (hall be fuch : 


. thfir LMndi in ftr» #/ ufm rrscciontrc, to f$r thtir iwr I/«ff | 
.i»4iot ioo<5rp;. Mpm tk« B^pk t/ ii E. 4- 1, 

/i«e i»/#0j/ E- #f fuiitfwiff &c. ftlitftm. Cmtn W di M, 
mlti dt fmlf$ f0€rsmmt§ fir tff%s fitH$ in ftisd^m iitfuipttm tt^ 
tm sfmd W. tv^m W </f B, & fntit fmt wnftr Imfim. Ppm. *#- 
iiit &f dt BMm§ ftr hiVi mflmm snttr R, fttn. tt W. dt M. 
tount, di msntr$$ di B turn ftr tin. txaff mm $^dim tm ndtm ^ 
mAmr, arMm dtU^ii tt fidfUht wflnt W, dt B a fitUi 
1 10* I A'^t C^^' ^* hsnt*, ftr fusnd^m ywrMttm 14 ttmvtBi fmfftmt^ 
it tm iiidjipmt frifm^ mfl, di Ffitt mdjmdnmt. 0c ktmm it is* 
tsiU {m, ttrr, tt ttntmtntsfum tn mmnmniftrmftiJlrB, St^rtttrd* 
if frtitfum utgitti fr^dfB. turn §mm$^mt ts tsi^tm*. mmm tmm 
itrftnhmf fnrd. W. tt mliarMm ctrmm mtbts ttrtit dt ismfit iiv» 
mtrtftetmui^ stjaimtxfsrtt ipfmt W. »t«l»> tft fmffiumt* tt iam 
if:t in frtfms ktfjwfm^di ttc^fhnt fr^mifftrnm jmm dim dmwhu 
fmifftt ft mdhui tmjltt, vtUmnt mk i$ rstttmmttl fntm p* »i 
finsmtntg UU^ ktnn tt (s:dU. me ttrrit Pf tmtmemlit 
f\rd mt tttmm fu tjfrtfsmtnt^ tittmrwm if ttmiwuwtmtmm 
diB, rtfiftrt, tffttm m f^ffi^, fum fit dtttmitmr, fmctr. 
Uijfistmi ijuf t$mtfmttimiii in kst fmrttf mt nftitntit tdtn 


■ i.J ' ^ 

Writ of Oyer and Terminer. 

gMiiMmfsctrtf^eciMl. Fshtt mmidMmm, fmd vtjis nnrd ^ prp* 
€iffk prtid. dr hMbitm t^njidtrarivm sd vmltrtm hmorum ir iMUti, 
iffrsrum ^ tentmtnttntm ff^i. ac t^refsmfnf €9rMnd fMtUnM* 
itm fintm dt t^dtm W. fr^ e§ ^lud Mi uof fernntt in hat pattt 
rtttfiMis & iffum W. i frifins^ 4j9Ui ffjtmtffs Himfinu dtum'* 
tmr dtli^tTMri^ tSf ti kns & tsuU, urr, & Umtmtnt, fmt r» 
m^tnu mftrm txifi (flits ft iiktrsri fgiistis fir foum ftiprsdti}. 
Ttfit, &€, 

• Aiid thcrcopon the Pirty (hall be fjned^ ai the Jurticts43 £• 9*t5* 
if the Ki^'i Btmk will iflfefs \n their Difcrction ; and upon Tj^t^^ 
thtt they ftiall grtnt a Wiic to deliver his Goods and his \^ * 

Lands, and for to deliver htm out of Prifon, and the Writ 
fiiall be fuch : 

Rtx Vic. &c, Qum W, di M. nnus jtirsfr, in jMgdam inquifi^ 

\ Horn tspts Mfmd W. tirsm W, dt B. (^ ficiis fuit Jitftie. Dtni. 
Ktgii^ &£* (utfupra, ufque ibi) Jitjlie, ntfirit dt ktinc^ ftr hrtvi 
mftrum dt faifi fMCrMmmt^ per ipfum V/.f^B, ptr jurst, 24. MU 
ht, C9nviB, fuijftt^ fip is tctsfant pnfin^ nfifir. ^idjuditrnt, tm^ 
C^ tstsllSf ntcnon ttrr. Si> ttntmints Jus in msnu ntftrsfiifiL 
fmit, nohit cmfist per infptB$9nem rtttrd. it prcceff. prud. qum 
i§rsm nphis venire fteimuf, Ac idim W. p9(lm%dnm vtnipt in C«» 
ris mfirs ctrsm mbis^ et fimm fecit wkifcum p^9 imprtfinsmewti 

I ffjedi^Q, it ttrr is et tenement is fmi hshendis ; Tiki, fr^* 
iipimtft^ tfrnd tmnis ttrrsr et tenements ippm^ W. Ji es §ceafitni 
«f mn slis in msnu nvflrs exijhni, eidtm VV. fint dihtio^t *i* 
hshert fse, §t dt torpore ipfint W* cspttnd^ ^ccspone prxd* ommm 

t Juperftdess, Prtvtft t^mtn ejm^d dt vslvrt t^rrmmm et tenemtn^ 

ttrum prMdiBtrum ttmftrt jadUii fmper vefedfB$ jutittit pr^m 

JiB. rtdditns ttfy'it sd dstum tfliss krtvii, n etsfs de ejlnps* 

mento etrundem cnm tnde mtfuift. fuertt, n^hit refpondess, Ttjlt \V, 

K.Thorpe, &c. Am9 6 Rfful 104. 

K And there are divers other m^tnners of Forms of Writs of 
Attaint^ which are not here mentioned, bccauleA Man miy 
ice them in the Regifler. 

P Writ of Oyer and Terminer, 

g ^ I ^He Writ of Q^er and Terminer (hould not be properly 
* i called i Writ ; but ic is a Commiflion dirc^ed unto ce r* 
tain PerfonSfWhen a greit A^cmbJy,1firurrc£tion or a hainouB 
Mifdetneanor or Trcfpifs is commicted and d6nt in »nf 
Place, Then the Manner and Uugc h to make fuch a Commif* 
fian of Oj'fr and Terminer^ to heir and determine fych mir-bc* 
fcivinur; andrhe Sriture midc 1 £, ^.r. 3* rtquircth.That no 
Commiflion of Ofer and Terminer be granted but before tht 

IJiilHces of one Ben&h 01 other, or the Juiliccs Itineranr, 
X a »Ad 





Writ ef Ojer and Termmer. 

' -* V •• r - r' ^ - ii of rtV^ 

Ti of the Suruf< 

ac oi the CiJiuCUrhcr rf the (iti 

i ofm ot rhc CoiimifTi'in if fuch : 

Rtxdiiu:. & fdii fuii h.Ji &C f*iiis\ tit grsyi qmnts 

D gtitfmu\ quid L IP ^G mt qwidam 0lii msUfsBfnt tr 

fmiifmftr£^nurhm$fn in if [mm U. 0fltd N< vf tS ^r^mf t^ 

fu*(^//i fr: runt, & tffum *vtritrsvtrHnt, &f. tfM ^H§d diVUm 

TMkMMf ^ &* bUm tnvrmt4 ti mi^ifMia , ^i g^m^m 

Jt M lifer ftffttrMtM fifertt^ rfhntfUin mlumti^ n : A^^ 

fismvt vts \^ du9f ^ifitum Jufiic. mjint ad ..^--.,W. frr fmm^ 
(fdMtntum frphrum 4ff tiisiium kommMm d$ tiiit. Lrncol 
f§r fU9f rti vtriiAs mthm l^iri pterit, dt mmimhm m§dtfmi 
ff^ed tftiia wna cttm pr^f E P. (>' G fttmj^tijr iiljrm firfetr^r^ 
di tranfgrtf, fftd fUmns tfiritrntim^ ^ sd eMdtm irmfynf smm 
diimdum & t§rmmimdum ftcwndum l$g*m V im$fl ffgmi mfn, ipr 
^tdn vtht mMndamtm ^ufd Md etrt^i dits & kfm, ft$d «ff 
«/m vejinffn Md hifC frovtderith^ tnjtifiitmim iltsm fstisnr^ 
tfMnfgr.Jf, itLrrt B^diaUi & rtrmimris in fifms frsd. fsR, 
sd juflitiMmf9rtin f ftiundum hgtm rfr cmf, rtim mfln ; Jk 
w»hs gmiTCiamtnt* CT sUtt sd wfi indt f^illsmt, 
mm t?/f . n9ftt9 am. fr^d, qmd Md urttt divi ^ fus^ 
'Otl d«4 vi^rmm ri ftiri fst. vem'rt fsitmt tn^m vfhb ml 
'infifnm, ttt V i*ltt f>nhi & Itgsltt kimimn dt $m!l, fis 
^U6i til vintst tn fr^mijfs mdim fciri fHirit (5* tw^H, 

And the Role in ibc Rf giffer if, Thit if thif Chiiic^ 
*f0id. stii wsh/d^ff, c$-^ be not pat into rfie Commt! 
jforefiid, thcti in rhcend Ai>11 bs fhis Cliufe, ^ fm 
viriSsi mtUm fari f9ttrit di tfim^r, fr£d fWiv mrtlMi 
0d fMndim trsfifgrfjpm^fi^ (ft. 

And the Form of the Writ which ftiill be iinSUi 
fhc Sheriff upon thic Comminjon if fuch: 

RfX yii\ &f* &tf grsvi ifmffiU D&i. (ot fuprt. ufijtie tW^ 
0^n&vimm diii0', &c A, B (5' C (5" d*9t ewrmm Jafiit^ w^ 
yd nif^irmdMm ptr Jsir^mmtMffi frwhmm <>■ krst. * - 
Cfc, (trtque ibi) audumlwm & termintmduyn ffcxnJwm ^ 
C? cmf. tf^i mfiri, £r idn UU fr^tif, fu- 
Iwfs^ tjBis iidem A. B. f^C tthi fiin fsc. »,>„;, y- ■ * 

4h !»#/ dm^ tfrwm^ ut ^ imln fnhr & ftgst kmmiw ^ 

^t twM^ ffT jm<i ret trerttmT in f^smif mdm Jtiri ifinii & 

And rhe King m/f m»kc a W^ef Mbciiticm onto rfce 
Joftfccf gf O^ w)d Tftm. co idiiVlMllnto rfieir Ccmjwny 

Writ cf Oytr and Terminer. 
whonitfieK. hifh s(roci«tcdunrpthem,andrhe Formiffuch: 

tdsm D. mhis fuggtrent ^ufd E. F. it G. *f quidaf» ^Ui m^Uf^B, 
€t pacts mfi ptrturhMt9res^ &c, fafqac, &c ) imptmitmn^t 
jtjfgnamuf vol et dnof vtfirMm Juflu, n$fir9s, (r^ (ufqtic) ^d 
sndiindum it titwm^ndum, fecnndum Ifgtm tt (unf. A^igmmi' 
mm vohii vit dmhus vtflrum fgcitndum. Its t^mttt ^usd p ^4 
ctrt* drti €t Uts^ tfU9i V9S V€l du9 /utfirum ^d k^t providtrrif^ 
ipftim H. t^dfjfc csnttgtrit, ftmc ipfum md hoe tn fHJum admit fat, 
tn ftrms pr^d hfand^mus tnm tidem H, eftitd mits v9^ifcMfif, 
^il dmohus 'vtfirum sd hoc tntindat, Jttut ^t£ tff^ Ttfit. &c. 

AnJ the Form oFthc Wxit of AiTociition, which (h*II be 
,<Iire&£d unto him who fhill lie »{Ibciatcd unto the Comh 
miflioncrs is ftch : 
* Rix dtUSo p fideU fn9 H fslnStm. SdMtis qmd cum nnper sd 
qginmoniam D. n$kif fifigfr.ntit^ quod E. F. */ G. mc ifmd/nn 
miii male favorer, &c. sJpgnflvirnusdiUB* &c, A Bef dt duos 
i$rumjuj}tc. noftr^f^ ad tv^Hirfndum, ^C' (tit in patetlC* lifqi^c 
Voii) Serminsndum f^tnndufu !(gefrs^&£. Ajpciavtmuj vts prafA 6, 
4t C. it duohis to^inn ad prjemtj^. una (um iis vtl dmhu t torum 
faeandum ; ita tarntJt quid Jl ad ctrtos dies it hca juot iidem 
A. B. it Q vtl duo tor um nd hoe provider inf^ vqs adtjfe eontigtr^ 
iune vof ad hoc in fit i urn admits ant ^ alioquin A B. et C. Vft 
duatmtm {non expt^ata pr^pntta vefir.) ad pr^twijf fadendusn 
ptoeedanf, Et sdfO v^his mandapiut quod ad pr^wi]], una tnm 
ff^* A. 1&. tt v., vel dtiohus 'vefiruf/f intendatis inf&rmaprddm 
fadurum, (^c, falms n$hts, Ct, Mandamus tnim tifdtm A. B. tt 
C, quod vos ad hoc tn focium admit t ant ^ Jfcut pr^d. eft, 
* And then the Kmgmay fend another Wricunro the Gid 
aftices of Oyer and Termiuer to proceed, although thit all 
the Julliccsdo not come at the Day of the StlHons And this 
Writ is called a Writ of Si nmomms, O-c, and fhall be dire* 
fitd as well unto that Juftiec as fhill be fo iffbciatc, as unto 
the other Juftices of Oyer andTermintr^ and ftalJ be fuch • 
Lm Rex diltB, A, B.rr C, it Hfalutem^ Cum uup:r ad fuerirjeouiam 
W[ D, mhisfuggerentis^quod E. F it Q,ac qutdam ahi malefafT^ &t. 
fufq; ib\) contra paee?n mflri aJJIgnavir. vos pr^f. A, B tt, C (t 
dms veflr, JuJ^ic, nofiros. c^c. (tifq; ibi) auditnd et ad terminand^ 
fecund, hs[. tt cmfUitiid.^fgni nofiri, it pojlmodo affoeia*ver, *uoi'it 
ff^f* A, B, itC, & duUus Vrffr pr^f. H ad pr^mijf. facieudum ; 
f^ohis mandamus quod ft vos (tmnts pr^^niff* jactend tommodf ht- 
iOHiJft non pG^tit, tmc vot rres vil dfi9 vcfir, qms pwi-fenS effk 
^tnsiger^ jtd pTMmff f»(. ft.und, le^em, frc.procedatis^ 7#/*u^ c^t. 

And if thf King hath madcCommiflioncrsofOrfr and 7;r- 
mintf A. 4. and C. ii>d afterwards by laothc* Wj » * 



fFrif cf Oyer 4nd Ttr$mner\ 

fociite fttito them 7< <>f ^ who is sdcnttted, d. iftd iftcf>* I 
nvirds 7. of H diccii. The King miy mike t ficw AfTocjitiOft 
of orber Perfuns to the 6f(l Jullices ; To thit Affocuriofi 
p)«it be m»de ind grimeil after AQ^ctttlofi; tnd he miy 
niikc AfTuciition of two or thtce retfons ui>to the firft Com* 
pniiEoncrs, or to thcfe of tbcm who ircHving, cocomtnue 
the Proceedingf, and to [»rocced to heir and determine the 
whole Maccer, and that they do admit thofe he doth alToci* 
itc, Of tvo or any of them, to proceed upon the whole Mic» 
tcr, and fuch a Writ ii in the Rcgifter : And by that it appear* 
eth ,That by the Death of any of the Commiflionerf , the Mat* 
rcr (hall not be difconttntjed : And the Writ of Aflocaation 
(hall be patent, and the Writ dfrcQed to the Jaftices of Ojit 
•nd Ttrmimr^io admit the others in thet/ SociecVfAull be claircw 

And if a Trefpafi be done unco one tn the Con6Aes of E 
two Coiinttei, then the Party may foe a Commiflion of O^ 
$r and Ttrmini^^ dlreded to certain Perfoni. to hear ajid do* 
Cermtnr the Matter, and the Torm (hall be fuch r 

Ri* dtliBif, &€ Exgrsvi qntnU O Hitfimmf^ fwtd G ^«* rf 
tstsiL ipjms D. Md V0ten<, ttnttm likrsrmm ttfmd M. R. C^ N- f** 
jfiwir tn cpnfinit dm. Norff ^ Suff. tmvtnt, ^t & 0rmu ttpt^ 
0ff9rt0vttp C^r. fufaue ibUJitJfu, n^firi ^d iw^mnnd^tm ^trfitrs* 
mtntiim ftthrum (T lig§Uum hmhmm di C«in. ^r^d, fur ftmi^ 
bft, Msndsmmi nim Flftam. mfrit Cam. f^sd fttid sd urfi, 
din & Ues, in n$i^9 Cmm, ffmd. fiat, tSt, i^sm tit iwi 

And the Writs dtreded unto the SheriiFs of two ( 
ties (h^ll be Clofc. 

And a Commiilion of Ojtr and Tmtfimir wis ffnnted up* 4 
on a Refcoui made upon the King*s Eailiff where he di* 
tititncd for Debtf^ or Amercements to the King, and Rcf^ 
cous wt$ mideupon him. 

And the King may grant certain Commtflioni diOjit Qr| 
Tt^mtmit, of divers Trcfpaflcf done by any Perfon at theSOf* 
geftion of divrcrs Perfons, without nominating any in tfi» 
Commifnon, and then the Form of the Commidioo begio*- 
octh in this manner: 

R#jr ddt^if^ tft. Ex sUrn^p futrlmmih divirjmmhmiwmm 
diCm, N sd n^Jiritm fdpiMf 9iTvmitwt. smdit. mud A, M^ft^- 
fnt Winr, ^t ffwr. & divtrfaf 9ffrtf C-i, And he (hall baVe 
^ like Writ unto the Sheriffto return the Panel. 

And if a Man have Goods and Merchandifc in any Shi 
. Opoo the Sear, which Ship is broken by Tempeft, and 
Croodi calt upon the Lands, thefe are no Wrecks, becic 
perfitn Pet foiyi came tliife co ibe podi and tlie Merebae 


Writ of And Oyer Terminer. 

fa or Goodi arc ciken by M^kfiOars unknown, &t. The 
Party may hive • Comnniniori of Oytt and Tiffmntp, dire^cd 
unto certain Pcrfonf, to enquire of thofe who did rhc Trcf* 
pifs, and to heir md determine the faiDc, and to make RcCtu 
rution unto the Party, and a Writ unto the S^hcriff to return 
fnhi & hgsla himtntf^ &c. before the f*id Jurtjces, (5*^. 
' And a Mm may have Commiffion of O^rr ^nd Tirmimr, to 
enquire of Extortion?^, Opprcilions» and other Mifdemeanors 
of Under* Sheriffs Efchcators, Bailiffs, Clerks of the Market, 
ind all oth^r Officers, upon the Complaint and Suit of^ny 
one that will fue, and a Writ unto the Sheriff to rcruro 
1 Jury before the fiid JuHiccs. 

And alfo the King miy dircft his Writ unto rhc Sheriff; 
or unto Mayors or Biilifff^ to do as much as in them licth 
and appertaineth to them, to remove fuch Pcflons from 
their Office, ajrainfl whom it is fuppofed that any one wtlj 
complain; or that he doth not put fuch or fucH into any 
OfRce, until Enquiry be made of their Cirriage and fiehi* 
viour, &c. 

And if a Man fueth a Commifli^n of 0/rr and Ttrmmtr 
againfl divers PerfonSffor taking of his Goods and Chartel% 
and when they have taken them, they wafle, fpend or cJorn 
I them ; then the Party who fued out the CommilTion» fhilY 
I have a Writ unto the Sheriff, reciting the Matter, command* 
iog him to flay rhe Goods, and to pur rhem into U^e CutVody, 
until it be orherwile provided and adjudged by the Juflicei 
[ofOyfrind Tttminer^ or by other Juflictrs to be after aP 
I finned* And upon that CommifTion of Oyer and Ttrmintr^ 
if it be found for the Plaintiff, the Juflices may rcrurn the 
pQoods to the Party^ and give him Oamiges ; and thertfore ic 
[varteth from the Aftion of Trcfpafs fuod before the Juflices 
[of the KingV Bench, or the Common Pkas. 

And in the time of rhe Vacation of a Biflioprick, if any 
Pcrfon hunt in the Parks or Chafes of thcBifhop, the King 
may fend his CommJfTion of Oyer and Ttrmitur to certain 
iPcrfons, to hear and determine and enquire thereof; and 
the Writ fhall be fuch : 

Rt9t dtldf, &c, StiBtit 4fu^ ^ffign^-iimui v»# W dm§f vtpp, 
Jufiu. no/lttf adh^utrindum^ &t. dt f#w». t^f. ptr quti, &i^ 
^ui mMUjfsBfrtt ^ fMcit nofirt firturl^attres ^trcff dt S H tJ- 
A* in Om. pradiSi, foflqusm iffi sd manus wftfMi r^titnt irim 
mtii VMCStipuif £pt feopMtu t Octhr, diven^r. O'l (5* Mrmii frgm 
;#r. ^ in iis fim liantiM tf voiuntMii nffhu fugav^r, ^ Utmt 
fpir, ^ MfpiTtitver^ fiP mUs mvnmU mhis tkidim tnt^hr in 
mjiri diffindium &» twimftum, m€ nmrs faam mfiram ^ 

X 4 irstifire£i»Mim 


^8 Writ cf Ojtr dnd Termhtr. 

ir^rf^T'ff^ ntm fr^d fltniui vtntMtrm, tt ad trjififgnfiswi 

,» if ttrtmnMndi^m^ / ¥J id ft ^'i^/l 

I,. , ^M9i sd (tri9S^tti, i fsi it trsmfi 

iUfff*f, Cr€, it tfifuirt, ^e. / , , _ . 

Aad if i^ the ume of the V^icaocy ofrhc AfchbKJinpfJrl 
any PctiVndorh Kunc in the Paiks* or cu: Jnwn the Woadi-jj 
or tllh in the Ptforirf of rhe B Ihnp c^^c when the AicM 
biibop is crcitcJ, fhc King rn*y fi^nJ md gr*r*t t' *" nn 
fioft of Ojir and r^rm/fffr, fo cnQUlfcr arnl «1 

TreTpJiA tn tKc rime ot di€ Vacificy j and th* 1 onn fi 
CornmifTirtn Ojall he. 

Aft hi' ti ^ tjftod ^Htdtm W4»///i//»'. (^C- fsr^0t^ ^^ 

(ind icdte in th« Comr ' the ricrp*r* efpfciifiv/ 

Wi« in^tmiB^ ^(^ in mj>- . fir>i wfihifipmm, if dt:€^i§rl 

^thiif*j<^pdtu fr^d%^, it dttii ;'»i f^^MVt dsimmti^ 

it HHtra fscfm n$firam. Lt qnt3 i^n: ' »»»/ir^'#»» d^'* ^« 

tt tfMn^pfJptmm iUs$f t§m ^4 ffH^m ttoflrsm qusm fwtj ^J 
$hhpifcif, ^udtmdum^ tii* titmtnmuiwm ftcund, l^giWf ffc 

tdi^ *V9kU^ &C 

Bat if is ro he how ic flindeth with the Srittirc cf Mm 
^ndgf, rhit rh(^ Bifliop Ih^lf hive in AQion »r)4 puntfh 
Trefpafs done in ihc Vicancy of the Bifhoprick; Bat ir 
ffemcth ir (hill be to by thcfe VVordi in the Sr 
tiftm^f sitifB4e fsii-f funt Ah^stt^m *\>tl slut prdh; 
iffi. And in fhc end of the S'ttutc irc thcfc W4JiJ>, Jj -e^-'i 
fH /#rW/ #* ttmffntntiS ku^^fntidi rtliftifor df fMt$l»t fff»«i Pr^t^ 
fjlJ,J iMi thtr ftijisi, MS d( jmn li;hfi4 fuA , thnfhi^ 

p9re 'VMcffienis, &i. And it rctnicth t . tt/^^^f-etdt 

rtUgUfrum^ Ihtll ex'cnd to DKhnps . As mucii » 
the Eifhop (HaH ptinifh i Trcfpil'^ done f«i time of 
of the Bifhopiick, in cutting dow,t tf Trees* irr forol 
Right the King cannot cur fuch Trees ( hut for bixntifHI " 
the Parks, or fifhing in the Pircaries, Jr fceineth rhe Kif^ 

ought to have the A ^^ 
pf the Vaetncy; L 
the Fifh-pocih, or kit 
fimcof the V^Acincy, 
Statu re of M&fithn 
fuch Trefpaf* t fi, 

An ' * : uf light nup^' 

dfferi ithc Sci,»i i^ 

fhu it bf {i9f diOi^ r^ed or w^Ucd^ ind to provide Remedy Ui 

Cfpiff JOJT 

y %\\ xh 

^"1 the l*rKS uin 
NIe, rhit byi 

r nivc in Adioni 

Wrh cf Oyer mi Termmer* 

A^t r^me : And ilfo to provide ihit his Subjc^s pifsby all 
\vty^ TSrough the Kingdom with Safety ; ind therefore if 
chc Sr*-VViU<* b« broker, nr the Sewers or Gutters not 
fCdWTtd, Co as the ff<(h Waters cannot havtr their Caurfes, 
rhc King ought ro grant a Commiffion to enquire iherrof, 
^nd fo hear and deferrt>i/ie ibc Dtfaulcs; tnd the Farm oi 
the CommifTion i* fiich* 

Rix dthB, A, Bt #r C. Sec. Om i»^ll [•^•i4t. gnttnra^ /**^^, 
fwter, cakets^ g^r^tttf ff trtmhia m p^nitkm hvUmnd, ttittr crum 
CfW dt W. f# fmtim it E ftt imptwm mAtit ^ cf rtflmxui^ siin* 
nndAfkntm ^tftminm dmUtum ptrdivtrfr Ucit inpsrttk, pr^d. ain^ 
diruts fnnt it confr,tift. (juod *fHMmpluftm» d»v7W^ tt inrjifmshihs 
pr9 dtp Sin rfparath*tii^d fknu ( m IVtUitr u m , Jeffstpr « ;▼, g mr t ariitm, 
fuerMtitm^ pvnttttm, r^ijcticf. et gurgitum^ it ti^jlrutJi»iitm ir«ir»> 
' ghmrwm fr^d, timp^nhm rttrtaBis rviuircnt ikfdvm, msjftr^^^ 
f^cccjfit remperix i'vemiri ttwmt^ ntfifaptr hccetltrtMS rt ■ /^ 

kibeaturtppiriuftuin Nitp^p^dtquedrationt dignit»tn *^ .^^ 

md pro^vidiitdum fslv0ticn. regn. mflr. €trcMm^ugq,fw7tmsmfirtB%^ 
y^ltntts in hac pMtte cmgruum tt ftjitnum nvudtum adhtkri^ f[* 
J^M'vimnjvvs, &:c. 0d f^pirvidendtim wmIL f$f}'ssm,giittmrm^fmfB^ 
pmtts, t^htts, gurgitff tt tr§>icheMi ptxd it sd infutnndum prr 
facrafnentttm tam MUl/tvm qu^fn slitrHm prQiftrum tt iigslinm k^ 
mijntm d« pMrtthui pr^d tsm tnfrs lihtrtstft quam ixtrs^ ptr 
^#1, Sec* p9itfif, pit ipispum dtfiflum httJMfmtdi dMmn^ tinugirtni 
ihidtm^ tt que ttrrms it tt tmtntm ttvtnt \ ftn communtam pffin^ 
T^e itut prfcMrism imp^rfihuj iiiir, 'utt ttUm dtftmfivnemf ttmrnQ* 
dum, tt f^lvmfrtnim haitttt, ntd qnMlititcmtqne ptr vsU, f^frntm^ 
gntturs, fui^Ms. pmtts. csfetta, gmrgitts pt^d kahrtptttr.ftditf* 
sm dafnn0 ptr rrtmhtas prttdtB fufitnent vel fitjlintrt pottr. ti 
fid tmuft i Jif pro quantttatt ttrrarttm tt ttmmtni^tum fuorttm^ 
\fivi ptr numtrwm acrsrum, Jlvt ptr cJtrutMtMi pr^ rttt^ptrtimum 
I itnur. fu^ ffu pro quant it stt tvmwun paflur. vrlpifcarttf fu^ th~ 
dpn diflrift^ ftdum^ tt ptr amifciamtnta tt alia medi, pronf n»clim 
Itit vidtntff fftcitndttm^ punimdum nns tnm hAlifV hktrtstitnt tt 
fiif^rttm dt pttrtih iStt ad hnjttfm^dt wmSm^ j^ffatm^ gutturm^ 
futrss, ptnttt^ tahtta, it tnr^tf, »n htis nHtJfmr. rtpsrttnd, et q%^ 
fteftunqutf tt fth ftttrfTt fntrit dt ttivt fttitnd^ 0c htmkttn 
ffitd, in imt ntifjfi$riit thfttutnd ifs qmd aHqvihuf ttnttitt 
ttfTsr, feu tinemtnt, htj^fmodi, ftu (otnm&mMm pttftwr^. fin 
pifcMritt haktntibtis^ divit. vc! pauptr, sut *l Cftfufitmqut f^ffif 
itndititniff pMtus ^ ti%t dignitmtif quetfi dtfinfionem hahfn 
ptttrint quatittrcutqut per pr^diBa itdtum , ftffHum \ 
gutrura^ fuiT0t^ pcntif, caUtta, tt gnrgiftr^ ftu tttam damnitm 
iftr frtmhtat prjd. ft/ffifunt^ iftl ptttrint fufitmvt, fivt fu trust 
I r|tfr4 UbcrtMtts vrf txtrM^ nm^ pnctd^nt in hac pgrtf i Et tdtt 





Wrii of Ojif Md Termher. 

hn fnvidmiii ft^i^ watL [•ffnB^ gmtmSf fii^Sf, 

^if/ §rdimsri ^ fitr$ ttntigtfit in ksi f^rtt^ t^m infrs Uifrtsinm 
fum ttetrs^ f^ttstts firmtttr thfimmi, Mmtdsmuj tfum ^t. «». 
/ft Line l^€. fwtdvfnirtfBiUt^^. m^isUi tsm miUta f«#m 
si*»i fr§ht^ ^r. ism imfrtt Uhmsw ftsm §Mfrs, fir ft«i rti 
Virilsi mtltms ffiri f§nnt^ firr , 

And upon chti CofDmifTiafi a Writ fh«Il ifflbe to the Sfie*^ 
tiff f^hcirAng the whole Miccer m the CommifliO(i» com-^ 
minding hidi co retiim a Jury, ^s, is appcireth by die 
Comoit^oi]. And if thejufttccs (hiUHc by Vertuc of rktc 
Coaumffi^n, and rake diven Prcfcacmenci and Indi&menct^ 
tod iwird Procefs upon them recurnable at a c«rum Djy^ 
ind afccrwardf all the Jo^iccf or fooie of cbem die, the 
King may grant i new Commifllon to the Jotlicea wUcii , 
ire living only, or unto other;, rehear/ing the Oeitb of biia 1 
who it dcadp or of thofe who are dead, comiDindtjig thtm \ 
CO continue che Proceed mgi begun, and to proceed upon ! 
chit Proceffy and to hear an J determine all thtfe Dtfaslcs 
And OSencei in the fiid ComrnKGon, the King rcctting, 
be hath fcnc unto the Executors of thofe who died, to 1 
•U the Rolli, Records, and Procefs before the new Coa 
fionert. And upon that Comm 1^100* the King Hull fcod t ' 
Writ unto the Executors of the Jufticei who are dt^^ ra 
fend the Rotli, Recordt and Proceff »i iforefjid, forthwtils 1 
under their Seals, and mother Writ unco the Shertflf to 
make a Panel, and to return the fame before the new G^tn* 
fsiffioners, and upon that CommiHion the /ufticei fliil] 
mbe a Precept unto the Shenif, tbit at a certain Day and 
Ftace he return before them the Panel according to thttr 
Comminton, and that he be there before at the lame Daf 
J with the Precept. And this new Comminion (hall be mad« 
at well to continue the Suits and Pfocefs betwixt Party b#(| 
Party, fued before the Jufliccs of O^rr and Tirmtntr^ it wall 
af the IndiSments and Pr«fcntments made and found for 
the King, And the King may put into the Commtifton i 
Command unto the faid CommKnoners^ to receive tht Re* 
cordi and the Rolli, and ProcoA of the faid Executors* Buc 
Ice the Stature of Sewerf, and efpccially che Stattite of King 
Kgwry the Eighth for that IVfittcr. 

And if any English Merchants Goods be (poiled, and hit ^ 
Goods taken beyond the Seai by Mcrchanr> Strangers, and ^ 
the i^lifit Merchant was bryood Sti to baye Juflict and 
4 ReQicution 

Writ ef Ojer 4nd TermtHer* 


fleflttution mide thereof^ and could not obtiin the fime^iiid 
this Matter IS tcflificd unto cKe King in his Chancery : Now 
upon this Tcftimony, if the Merchants Stringers fh)lJ come 
into any Place within the Kcalm ofEngUwdwkb their Goods ; 
then the Ejiglifl) Merchant fliaU have i Writ oat of tho 
Chancery, diredcd unto the Mayor or BiiUffa where fuch 
Merchant Strangers arc with their Goods, to arrcft them and 
fhcii Goods, and to keep them under Arrcft untU they hav© 
fatis^cd the Party his Damages, which he hith fofttined by 
reafon of their mifdoing. And may have divers Writs di- 
re fted unto divers Porrs or Towns, unto the Mayor or 
Bailiffs thereof, to a r reft fuch Merchants and their Goodi* 
and to detain them until they have fatisfied the Evgiifb 
Merchant for the Trefpafs which they have done unto him 
beyond the Seas. But it feemeth the Engh(h Merchant fliali 
pot hive fuch Writ, for any Debt due to him by Contraft 
from a Merchant Stranger,ypon a Contraft made beyond the 
Seas, if the Merchant do come into EngUnd, or his Goods; 
Sjf^rt tsmm thereof. And the King (hall recite in his Wric 
which 11 diref^ed unto the Mayor ox Bailiffs, &r* how he 
hath fenc the like Writ unto the Mayor or BailifiTs of fuch 
• Town, and another Writ unto the Mayor or Bailiffs of 
the other Town, in the like minncr j and this Writ fliall 
be fued to attach all thofe who did the Trefpafs, and rheir 
Goods unto the value of the Trefpafs, which he fuppofcth 
be was endamaged. 
C And if certain Perfons ought to accompt unto a Corpora. 
fion, as if the King grant to the honeft Men of the Towa 
of I/* a certain Sum,out of Things which come to the fame 
Town to be fold, ami there are ColleQors to gather the 
fame, whodofo; the King may grant a CommiiTion to 
certain Perfons, to enquire what Perfont have received fucb 
Sums, and to hear and determine the Matter, and to hear 
their Accounts thereupon, and do in that Cafe as Auditors 
ihall do; and he fhiUfcnd a Writ unto the Sheriff to return 
ia Jury before the fame Juftices at the Day, i^e. which they iJK. 4. 1; 
appoint, ^c. to enquire thereof, and the Commiflion is inC«n/>ir^ 

irhc end of the Writ, Ex fgrii ulit, and before tfcc Wnts"^*'^!^^ in the Rcglflcr. -^^^ 
Cun^m the Writ fhali f^ 0hMt^i^n4 m^i$j Fincbden 44 E* 5^ }U f^iff fu ^ 

ff^rU i/ Cmfp'iuiy* 

• ^^'^f K Writfif Ccnfpjricy Vah wtiprr two. three Of mo; 
^•l^C^U.ti../\P^rr.n, af M.Scc -r.J and dcnft 

tioninoi, indift my Pcffon fiiny* in j : , ai> iilomdiC ii iccquittcd. wow he il^*Jl h»vcthit VViit of Cohfmrf cy i*^ 
P. G. Cwi- giJnft them whofi) indr^lcd thtm. Buccbis Writ licth *g»ifil^ 
JT'^^/^'^ptwo Perfons it the IciO who dofo confpiic j for if otic PeS 
^^7 fortof M*l»cc and fjlfc Imaginirion do lib^-iur and eaufc ti^ 
other falfly to be indtftcd, the Party -^- ^' '" -- * *^— » *»- •• 


}j4fi$fic€ nor have a Writ cf Canfprficy, ^^(* but in A6lion upoo cbs 

Cifc agiinil hid who caufcd him falfly to be iodtficd. 

P t Piifoit 

If two Men conTpire to indiS mocher, tnd irterwirdi be g 
if indified^ for which he bringeth Appeal upon the ftroe 
Indiftment, tnd after 13 N^nftiir upon his Appeil after Declj. 
rition nr before Dcclirstion, the Pirty who was falfly indU 
Acd fhatl hive k Writ of Confpiricy, becaufc he b arraigned 
•fter the DecUration tipon rhc App^at, and it acquitted, an "" 
before the Declantion upon Nonfuit he Ihall be arraigti 
upon the Indidment, and if be be acquit, be Dial I have] 
o^t^ffTJvff Wnt of Conrpiftcy, &e. But if he be falfly iodised, 
ikstCtrfpt' after an Appeil is uied upon chat IndiQmcoCt and he put 1 
'Mcrlttthss Anfwer unto the Appeal, and afrecwards is acquitted 

wmpm y^j^jia tjpon the Appeal, he (hiD not have i Writ of Con'- 
'J2jy^^.fpirscy in th»t cafe, becaufe he is acquit upon the Aj^il, 
/^Af/V^r- and not upon the IndiOmcnti &(* But upon Nonfuit in the 
wmg^td «f- Appeal a Confpiracy doth lie for the Caufe before mentioned ^ 
Pi iti MP- 
fiMt, ^tauadlord 171, thu it indiBtdM tht Sm{ tf tkcKif^, 19 ^ Fitz. Cmff^ 

5 E.5 Con- And if two confpirc to ciufc a Man to fue an Appeal agtld 

IpVficv x'i- tnofhcr of Pelony or Murthcr without any Indlitmcnr t*l 

' or f*jund thereof; and ifrer the Defend 11 acquit by Verdift, 

* , ,„ - ^ '^^ ^*'^ "^^ '^^^^ * Writ of Conlpiracy againft &r.T-: *Ha_ 
iiri^bi// confpited to appeal him* beciufc that by the St. 
inn- 3. ta^. 11 Sjti* mnlti jur mtitttsm, it fball be cni, 
^*^'f Abcrfcrs, if he be not iniii^lcd thereof i joi if they be icfut 
"Ifrfi- ^' '***'' ^**^ * Mfifsiist iftinil them out of the fii 
/, ' Court where he \\ acquicted^ to anfwer him hit Damages. Ai 
iy£iy-fo if he get a Nonfuit in any fuch Appeal, where ihete tf 
any IndiOmcnti the Defend* (hall have i Writ ofCmrpincy 


Writ df Ccnffhacj. ' lyj 

after the Nonfujc or iftcr the Acquittal ; Bat the Farm of n K-6- I9^,y ^ 
the Writ of Con{pir«cy whcr© he is acquit by Vcrdi£l doth S***^i^r^- 
Viry in Wordi in the end from the Writ of Confpiracy which g^ij'J /^ ' 
is founded upon the Phintiif's Nonfott »n Appcil, for one si^cdRtpL 
Writ founded upon the Verdift ii, §liioufqt$i ficmdum Ugtm^ inCmj^kt^ 
^c. acquussittf fftiffit. And rhc other VViic of Confpiricy o- 
founded upon the PJaintiff's Nonfuic is, ^u^ufyue idtm fmrens 
jpfr (9njtderati9n. Cur. mfir. mde quLUM rtu^it. The form of 
ivhich Writ follow,^: 

Rix lU*, &c. Si A.fecmtf&cc tunc f>me. Sec, B dfC, ^n^d 
J^nt €w0m nobis ^ 5cc. Ofttnf eftt^rt fonfptf, intif $di aptid N fr^' _ 

k^hU,% prxj. A, de quodMm jumtntQ furttvi apud N. capt9 & 0b %% hff.jj, 
du09 indiff^ri^ si $pfttm ta Qccsfimt capt^ & in priftn* tidftrs 
W^rr. qmufquc in Cttr, mjir^ cor 0m diUBts it fdtl, niflr. R, rr S. 
Jupie^ n9pri$ sd G40L nofiram Wsrr, dehhrand. ^JJfgn ftenndum 
i^im it confueiud. re^m mfiri acfunfaius fuifftl, dtttmri fslf^ 
§i m0hti9fe prgfur^vtr. ad grMVi dsmn, ipfiw A* if (OJttrs farm, 
irdinst. in httjufmsdi tafu frov:f, Ef hslftsi ibi Ttoroina plt^. tt 
' he Bnvi. Tffii, ice. 

The other Writ founded upon Nonfuic in Appeal 15 fucbr 
R€xyic\ Sec. Si A.fecirit, See, tuncp^ne^ &c. iJ. tt C. ^W 
fita cirmm mbii, S:c« Ofithf quare cmfpir. mttr ttt ^pud N. prs'* 
hskii0 pr^f, A. de mirt, O, ^pud E. mpir intirftB. appellMi U 
ipfum A. ts iccajimi iapi tt in prifina mfhs dt %, fuaufyui i» 
Cur noJfrM cffTMM neht idim A. 6cc^ fir ton/dtr, Cmx m^r^Mi 

i And if 1 Mm caufc one sis Principal fo he appcjlcd of 
Felony or Murder, and another as Acciitary fo him, and 
afterwards is Nonfuit in his App<:al, the Acceffiry ftiall have 

•"t WHt of Coofpiracy as well as the Principal. 

And if the Principal and one who is AcceflVry be indiQed H M- ^» » 
of Felony, and be taken and arreted, and rhc Principal i* U H. ^» i^l 

• indiftcd and acquitted, now by that the Acccff^ry is dif^f^liJlJi 

' charged, and the AcccflTary thereupon fliall have a Writ of Vj> ^jT/^ 
Con(pificy againft thofe who coofpircd to indt£l him, and>r *r 4f- 
theWxit in the end (hall Uy.SHOttpj, idem (rhc Princlpa];/tfr^^*lirf'«:i/^' 
/fX't 8ic. acquietMt. fuiftf, et idem (rhc A ccc flj f y J quiHtti n^tffit. „j 

B And I Man fhall hive a Writ of Contpiracy upon an In* 
diftmcnt before any Mayor, Bailiff of any C\^)' or Ilorough, 
who have GioKdcUvcry wirhio the Ciry or Horough, if he 
be acquitted before them, tic. for thft Acquittal difcharg. 

C cth him of the Felony. But a Writ of Cbnrpiraty doth oot io H*©;. f 
lie agaiofl the Indiftors. c^^. 

|> if Jurori be fwom to enquire, &c. and afterwards any of 7 fj*^'^'* 

, HJ^m u difchargcd by the Jufticcs, be Ibail not be puaifli'd for ^j^ ^^rj 


%j R », 1- 
to H. 6. f , 

f4 H. ^* 


mtt it M- 

mhtr mMkii 

Writ ef OnffiTMCj. 

whiC h« dill when he wn fvroro : fiac if he do cani|»ijie «| 
ecr, be nuy be cJtirged for the fimc in a Writ of CoaTpirf^j 

And he who comcth incoCourr, md difcovercth Feiontcl 
tnd i^ fworn eo give Evidence CO the Jury, it noc cbirgejb|!J 
10 Confpiricy. 

In » Confpiracy »gain(l two, one pleaderh the Writ, B 
and the other Marrer in Liw^ which U id/udged for bins, 
and the Plea unto the Writ found by Verdi^ agiinft him 
who pleaded unto the Writ, the PliinrifT (halt h^fe Jtidg* 
inenc againU hifn who pleaded co the Writ: But if bodi 
bad pleaded Not guilty, and one bad been found guitty, 
tnd the other nor, there the Phintl^fhill not recorcr, for 
chen he did not confpire at is ruppofed by the Writ, fitic ilP 
may be that they did confpire in the Cafe aforefaid, although 
that the Matter in Law be adjudged for the Defend inc. 
And if the Principal die before any VerdiO given upon the 
Acquittal^ or have a Pardon and pleid ity then the AccciTiry 
(hall not have a Writ of Confpiracy, bccaufe he if dif* 
charged by the Death of the Principal, or by the pArdon to 
the Prtocipat. 

'm\ft.%, it 

kUdtn i&i tnefltsllmt mifwtr mfhmi $k€ ttktr. 

If a Man be falfly indiQed of Felony, and afrerwif 
Aft of Parlramcnc a general Pardon is granted of til 
nici, the Party now (ball not have a Writ of Confjwric 
tlthough he wit] plead unto the IndiQmenC and is ac^uii 
ted, and will not plead the AS, ire. bccaufe hit Life vat ih 
in danger, and the Felony was dlfcharged by the AB 

The Juflices of Gaol-delivery arraign a Prifoner for Mo 

tber, within the Year where an Appeal is depending agaifl 

the fame Prifoner for the fame Murcher» which they Itnoi 

tnd yet chey proceed tnd acquit him, he fball have a Cot 

^ fpiracy, although he was not acquitted nor difchargrd of 

mi H. dtf tne Appeal ; Sec the Statute of An. 3 H 7. t^f, 1. And before 

«9, 17. Afl. that Statute it wai bolden, ti H. S, by Psflm tnd t^imfm^ 

i8j*Ap- That he fhall have t Confpiracy; for they faid that he 
« ^^* fhould be hanged if he had been found guilty upon the Ar- 

ilKlNift i^^ig^uient on the IndiQment. And fee the Stature de CwffU 
Mfitt 5, ^Fjar«n>»/, ttmf. £. r. which Statute doth not derermine in 
wnt f^^ what Cafes a Conrptracy {half lie, Bnt by the Statute of 
Stftrt tkst ^ £ I f^ 10, which giveth thejufticet o{ Siji p^tm tnt^ of ASi(€ 
0m^t% Powerto bear and determine of Confpiracie*, Confedericictp 

^^ ^ and Cbamperttcf, which they cannot determine in Hiort 
Tktm^^ tht Time, they tdjoorn thtiD i9 Smitf, and flull be there deter- 
I*if*iJiMr* mined. j; ^ / / ,«• * 



FlVrh cf On/piracy. 
And if a Man be indited or ippeilcd of Treifon or Pf^ 
way, or i Trtfpafs done in a Fortign County, &c, if he be 
acquit thereof, he ihall have a Confpiracy againfl him who 
procured him to be indifled or appealed, andfhil) recover 
treble Damages by the Writ upon the Statute of 8 H. 6, c. 80. 
And if a Man be indifted of Felony or Treafon, where 
there is not any fuch Place within the County, he fbiU \hvc 
Coofptracy, and recover his Damages agiinft the Abettors 
and Procurers or Confpiracors by the Statute of iB it 6, 

And the Form of the Writ for the AccclTary in a Writ of 
Confpiracy it, 

Slii^ri ctmffirmtim* Cff. fr^tf. A, di (9 qmd ipft shtttmfg tS pr$» 
€urt^Jt dthuijtt D. ^u^r futt uxor E. F. (5* G. di mirttiffius E, 
tfuondsm vtri fni afptlUri c^rmm }, 4£f fidif fust mmptr Juftmsr^ 
m$ftrit ad apptllum tllud smdiend & ttrmtnand, imdi£i\ C iffum 
«i 9CC0fient t^pi ^ trnprtfinsn, ^ m prifvna nofiwm Line, qm* 
wffnt tvram frjif. Jufltc noftm indi^ fetmndnm Itgtm & unfiitrnd. 
Ttfifi mftn acquittatus fmjfit ^ &f 

And there arc divert ochtrr Writs of Confpiracy ground- 
ed upon Difccir, and TicfpaG done uofo the Party, which 
are properly Anions of Trcfpifs upon the Caftr ; as if cwo 
Men doconfpire to indiB another Man, becaufc he did noc 
arred a Felon, who pafTcd by the Town of S and bccaufe 
they caufcd him to be indited and amerced in the Lett of 
R, and P. and took and imprifoned him for that Amerccmenc 
until he be acquit in the faid Lcet. 

And if Men fay and affirm unto A that he hith Right un- 
10 fuch Landj and procure and caufc him to foe an Afiion y^ 
for the fame againft B. who is Teoant of that Land, &c, Jf 60 
by which he is of ncceffity compelled to fell other Landf 
or Tenements for the Defence nf his Land, &c, now h» 
fliaH have an A^ion againd thofc who procure or confpire 
locaufc A. to bring this Action, &c. 
C And if two Men procure or caufe one to be indiftcd for 
Hunting in another^ Park, for which he is taktn, imprifoned 
and put to Charges until he hath acquitted him of the 
Trefpafs, he fhall have a Confpiracy againll them. 

And Confpiracy fhall be maintainable agiinft rhofc who 
jonfpir-? to f-rge filfc Deeds which are given in Evidence ?? „*!*!•• 
y which ht^ Land rs loft-. 

ihall be mamtai 




I'lnu CoQ* 
fpincy 9, 

(Ire to bring ^n AfUfe in rh<- Name ot'thc FlarntilT againft 42- £< 1. 14. 
make one Attorney for the Plf^intiff* in which 
iDtifF was found Villain^ &c. now he may 

^iiii^ im€ writ of Confprracy. And 


rtVi/ ef Onffi/Aj. 

..?.U K 

• L, t^^C 

I Aii; If. ' And Ccmrptricy (HiU be 

II H, ;^^ ecmTiyirff fo miti^ one at Tic. 

And Confptticy fliill b^ '^*'' 
matte ane to pfcfeot in ch 
|. 1^, Aov^^ion, »nd lor thicpictcnujii^ uniu luc biUiu^f^ wfir^ it 
idmitffd md iit(licuted» ^r. 
47 E. ^. If. i^ **"^ cor>fptTc to ciuic a fiWc Office to b< found of my j 
A«f ri6i# ^^ Lindt svhrch u found by hti Pfocuicimnri c ^ 1 Ibili ii# 
'f#iif^f» a Wiir ni Confpiricy. 
fi^iiut^ In i ConfpifKry »giinll two, one juftiAci becJUfe bc ' 
fhr^ ' hy Commiilion, uhen rhc Phinciff* vbAi i^dU 

hti* Si. tnd for say Conlpixicy bcfoic, b« t»fead 

Not Gmlty. 
R 4- ^. And a Wnt of Confpiracy for jndiami! of Fclooy 
%i H^j.^C^ nQf ii5 but igiiotl two Pertunf at r but a whcj 

• ^ 'CnnfpTficy, iot tndi^Hng oac of 1 _ ^ _. j: ctter 
Slide, A» in Cafck aforefiid, lieth againtl one Fcrfoni 


fougbf agabft t>rti,[ 

unipirtcy. liuCll^ 

'^n it if buf J 


flEf.}. And t Mm ftjill not hive i Wiit of 

difting him of l'c(f>ny, tguni) llu^bind / beca 

fhcy arc •- " -^-r Pclfon ; but •gtinil huyuina aod W| 
md a til > it well lieth 

Butit tnc Writ of Confpii 
mL if f<f then it Ihallbr faid properly a 

A&ton upon the Cafe upon the 1 
*/Jf£: /// Ciuf^ one Per foti cannot confpii c w r 
. , ]j ^ ^^ And the Writ of Crjnfpiracy iT>ay 
ViHi)5 V?. ^^ ^* ^^ ^^^ fcveral Places, and (ball be j; 
»** ' ^ might to be brought in the County twhtn- the L , , 
i% m^dt, and nor a*herc the tndtAmcnt w«i» orwbi^c 
Ocjd w«% tlone, C^f. 

There it ilfo >fiurhcr Writ of Confpieicf which ti 
ujion the Statute c*]kd^i«^/iip#^f^ ••?^* *^ ^ • '^.| 
vhJch Writ fhill be dire^cd unto c jtt 

cnquite of the Conrpirtcy ; and the Vvm luiu u: juci ; 

Kfje diliBu t fidthlms fuit W, di S ^ fHiuJmu, ^f, 
sfgtK fshf. CMm ivter c^ttr. smitmia, fm$ d§mitau £di 
5tf«fii Rfx Ang!. M'ifus mjir Bd tmtmdsi, ftum f^f^ fwi 
ttin:, erjr^^t. Jti, tpmd di CmtffitMwiim^ fmlft tKfM 
«L' nijlti prciurstortimt dmtdmm. mfmfiiSmmm^ ^ffmmm 
^ u jfifrum yttflic di vrn^f ; kmm, & 7f»i^ic mi sf uftrnd ^fyg^T 
■ri p Air ism vintrifit md tfHwm fitmm fmaimd fstit^ 
Mi €MJMfnm^«t fuifiimm fim knvi, & i 

*^' ' 4 mmtmtats 



WV/f of Account* 

-^h^hitur f Nil di3os mttUuhj in mtnihm invioftliliter dfrvMfi 

ficufhn, omn, ^ pngmt c^rtm vphU cmfutr, v^Unr. ftUtMi. fn^ 
finrnJ firmam irdtnsc. frad, fw<rit fsdtnd. T*/^, &C. 

And upon thai he ihall have an AU0* and 1 Flunei, and 
AttMchmfn$ againft the Mayor or Sheriff, tSt, if they do not 
according to the Writ fenc unto them, rr return the Caufc 
why they cannot do the fame; and it fccmcth reafon«bIc 
that the Parry in Prifon ftnuld have in A^kion upon that 
Statute againll ihe Recogaiior, if he find him not Bread 
snd Water in Pfifon, &i^ according to the Statute, 

Writ of Account. 


A Writ of Account lieth divers Ways ; for if a Man make 9 h.^4 Ac* 
one his Oaililf of his Maooti &i* he fliall have a Writ compc t« 
of Accnrrpt againCl him a» IfaiHC 

And if a Man make one his Receiver^ to receisre his Rents <JR.i.Bclir. 
or Oebti, &(u he flia]) have a Writ of Accompt againft him A<xompt. 
ai Receiver. 47* '4"*" 

And if a Man make one his BailifF, &c. and alfo his Re. ^ 
ceiver, then he (hall ha?e an Accoinpt agiinll biai ai Bai- 
liif, %nd alfb as Receiver. 

A Man Ihall have a Writ of Accompt againd one as Bat* [tJJ |j 
JllF or Receiver where he was oot his Bailiff or Receiver ; 19 Hd.F«d 
for if a Man receive Money for roy \}(^c^ I ihati have an Ac- ^/f,'^P^^* 
compt tgainft bim as Receiver j or if a Man do deliver J^^vf^*y[cJ 
Money unto another to deliver over unto me, I ibalJ have ^ompt 4// 
an Accompt againCl him as my Receiver. ac. 

And fo if a Man enter inro my Land to my \}(c^ and re- 
ceive the Pfofits thereof, I fhtil have an Accompt againft 
him as Bailiff 

And fo if the Father dpth occupy the Land of an Infant^ 
which rhe Infant hath purchifcd or harh by purchafe, the ^* 4?K. ■!. 
Infant fliill have an Account againft him as Bailiff of |u4 ii*^'hoipc* 
Lands; and this Writ of Accompt may be facd as welt in ]ng«.rin& 
the County as in the Common Picas. Accompt 

If a Man havecaufe ro have an Accompt againft one as ^bJktWrit 
BailriTor Receiver, if he die his Executors fbalt have the ^f ^^^^^F^ 
Allien : But an Accompf doth not lie agiinft the Executors 1//^f* /^ 
of a Biihif or Receiver^ for the Receipt or Occupation of J^^^^^^^ 
their TciUtor. And the Writ of Accompf which fliall be 4^1;^ w-rxMr 
fued in the County, is a Huftaies dircOed unto the Sherifi; a: thsCvm- 
Whkh 11 fuch I wtf-i Ui0, 



U^rit 0f Account. 

Itijf tn€. Line* fd. ^0U tihf ftiii T^pii. A. qii9d jnfe Of] 
(■'- *it ttidst B fMtitnskift t*mp9ttm fmum d« ttmptr fa 

f AV4 in^. H THtft, dtnMT. tffiut J^. ftcut tsstmmhiUfif 

smut f^9 diffan JHflitis, T^Pff &C# 

AnJ for Excco^ofi the Wt k h t 

Sutd rtiU, U, & C. *XH, ttftMmffai D. rstimshiL imf$ti 
fitum dt tfmftr, ^tiifmt hsS, iffim D* in N. & ipfim d^fmBil 

If two Merch«rK) occupy their Gocnlf tnil Merchindifes ^ 
in common iin'O their comfCOnPrrfif, cnc csf them (h»JJ ht^e 
an AtUon of Accompt igiin(% the ether to the Oanry or 
ihe Common Ple»i; and the Wnt in the County (hiU b$ .- 

Rtx f^ie &€• Pfjtc* tiki tfrnd Jnfiii. A, m€ftm^, fw§d 
rtdd, maistn rstimiMhiL ttmp^t, dt ttmpir, ^ug futt rut^t,di 

mdwe t* '^Z*''*'" A- ^ ^^ provm. Jtcui ftr Ugtm mrrtm^r, rst^mMUi^ 
ktth nvm f^ffffif^'pott^it, fifW (i riiid, df^tt. 

him f9 bt AntI thit CUufc, £v ^v0gwtf; caafm ^ imtrsBu^ Oyght tO I 
B*il^i*tht put in every fuch Wr tf. whether it be fued in the Cot 
• " moo P cas, or in the C<>unr>* 

^ Ard fht Exccornr of one Merchant (hill htvf fiicli \Vr 
?u^ ag^ioft the other Meichint, but not igtinf> hit Execuror : 

^d. nmpi^rt tfu^fttit rf£ff*9f dnmriir. ijpfim A. vd ^sifivm tffim ^fl 

*" s Ac /„ ^, (]j mfi fvitfit^ & fr^d. A. //rml tf fuur, dt ilmm^, fd^ 

#I!it Z^*/* J*' «^f '"^^ /**»* r^^^ ^' f'^^^ P '^'^ Jttpf. mftrii mfmd 

■f' . Wcfim, in St^iadms Paft, &C. 9pt7tf^ qusrt nmftttrttl <ir ks 

ilifufft^ is bee hiiUp &c- 



14M.4.AC- And % frior, or Abbot, or MiOer of tn Hofptrtf, fttll 
*^ft*T 17* ''*!* * ^^''^ '''^ Accompc igatnO him who v^t% Recctver or 
\^ 9h Ti ***'''^ '" iheTime of their Pfcdecctlor, lod the Fotm (»f the 
iL ;. Ac- W*^*^ 'h^^' ^ f^ch : 
ixinSp. f7. Fr#f, A, f nifi/ Frddmt I prt^^fffJr d$ S. ¥stim§k%\ trmfifwm dg 

And another VVf it ihu)* Pi^aupt A* ^mdrtddm. 

d Mdmimd gmd^ aoK, j, Actwnptjl 
u4/f)vj rhtfif£ttpf m^fSy tkr Prtdti^, 

H^rit ofAcmm. 


■ And another Wtit thus : Fr#f. A fud fM. cmmmitBti 

P W^. di W, r0timahfi cmpohm fuum di ttmfote^ &c. qutfuit 

nctft^r dmMtspfiM €9mmmutMK in VV. Ei nifi^ 6cc. Et^rmd* 

C And note that the Writ of Accompt fued in the Cotincy 
may at the Suit of the Plaintiff be removed into the Com* 
tnon Picas by i Pone without tny Caofc fliewed in the Writ, 
but (hall not be removed out of the County by the Defen- 
dant without Caufc fhcwed in the Pone^ &c* As if cbeDeftn- 
dant pkad a foreign Rclcafc» then it ftiall be faid in the P^e^ 
S^U ^rjtdiB. defend, in pUcirsnd. in Cur* mfifm in N, in qus 
hfutla pifidet per retorn, hn%U nojiri protulit quodditfn fcriprum 
ac^uiet^ntid fub ntmine ifftm A. cmtinens in je pfdf. A» 9mntt 
set. quof viffw pref. B. dif, rstimt cernpoti prsd, kaknit^ tidtm 
B. nmifijfe in C*i». Line* faB, ut dteitur^ quod qmdem firipfum 
pr^f, A. emmni dedixit^ propter quod hqmU ills in Cmr. pr^d, 
tdttriuf didusi nm diiftf^ Fisf executio ipim heviif Jt €SttJs Jit 
^trs, d^ slittr ngn. 

There is another Manner of Writ of Accompt founded VI 4 E.i. 
upon the Statute of Marlthidgi, cap, 13, And that Writ lieth ^^* 791- 
where a Man ought to make Accompt af Bailiff or Receiver>?'|^''^'' f' 
and hath no Lands or Tenements by which he may ^^j.a:h*'s»y 
dtftrained, but is vagrant in fecret Placef, where het will notiJni rr tt 
be found, then the Plaimiff IhalJ hive a Writ of Accompt/*fjjSVf>^; 
i^hkh is called M^f^^i-^T/if upon the Statute, and the Writ^«^/^<;^« 
is of this Form: ' A*fj^of%i 

Rtx yif* fifC. Monflravir nohk Pnor dt N. quod cum A. txtU ffpfr.^ ^„/ 
fir it $sSivw fuw in K. ommnm rerum ff hnnrum fuvrrtm cur. 5,, g<j[. ^^^ 
k^hens admimftrstiomm, idim A. C9wp9t$ fuo non folato fnh€rfa* hsd mt Ti' 
gis qu^teni\ Istitat in haliiva tus^ mcppjjit tftvtniri & difirtngif^' ^^lJ^l 
0d nddend prsf. Priori compofum fuum prsdiB\ Et quia dt tom-^*^ y '^ 
fntmi (tvjilio rtgni nofiri provijum fit: quod Ji inlTivi, qui ^^^i' (f^fyfLre 
HI J fnit tompctHm f'lum rtddert timntur^ ft Juhrsxtrim^ tf ^f'*mt ju^i* 
rst *vti temments nm b»btnt per qus dtfhingi 'vsttsntt pit etrxmtnt. 
iorpors uttach'tntur : Its quod hctcom. in quorum hsSiii/io in* 
'Vtnient, tof venire fst, sd compot fuum redd, Tt^i p'-sctpimtif^ 
quid Jt pr^d* Prior fturit ft fecur, de cismort fuo prpfequcndo^ tunc 
frsd* A sftsek, its qmitum bshtm cotsm Jufiic. &C, fsU die^ 
md rcddond. p^^f Priori eomp^tum juufn pfxd, ficut mtimahiti* 
fir mmfirsn fotirit, quod ei ftdderi dthi, &C. CJ kskt^ ihi, 

But this Writ is not now jn ufcp bccaufc that by the Sta. [tit-] 
tute o^Wifi, 2, csp, 1 1, made after the Sratutc q^ lAsrlehridge^ 
Procefi ot Outlawry ii given in « Writ of Accompt againfl 

KflF* and Receivers: Que yet he may fue a Mmjir^vit 


Writ of AiC^Mt. 

•e tbi) Day if lie will : And the Form of the Writ of Hmfirs^^ 
vii dif e&td onto the Shcriilt Qft§Mdm ts fuch : 

Rf^ Vit Lond. f»lmf. hhmfirmvk m^k A. ft$tl turn B. #«Vt* 
ttrii fitfftP' drmmi0f. iffim A. & ^^* fittt im N. t^iM B. iHt^ 
fpttfua n^n fdm. inttffufris t^u^fiMt Utvat iw BaS. ^nfrm, &C* 
Mt fm0^ 8rc« vchkfr^d^iwmt^ futd ji ^dJ. A* ftartt vn ftswr ^ 

Loud, & ^6k0 im 
ftdf A. tfm^Hn 

tMm ksktMtat ctrsm MmJwm ciwtjttit mft^. 
f^xim Hufliffgf Vffh§ l/>od. si nddfnd. 
fmam fTMjT Jtrkt , &x. £t h^hstit, 6(C. 

Aad the Rccci\rer« and Bailiffi fliiy be put in on« Writ 

in the Mtnflrsvit thus, Ri(tpt9r dmmr. ifft4i A> & ^m$ ftfttg 

in N. Buf if rhcWrit be Aicd in the Common Pleaft ^h«^ 

the BaillflT mud be pur^ SiVui hsU Juus & ruiftat dhrjr/ir. ijM 

/imA.iiiN ^ 

fiijf ill And t \Vf ir ofAccntinr licth ig»inll Gnardtin In Socage ; I 

t$m^ «-bm the Form of rhe Writ doth vary from the Form of %i 

'nfl mt Writ againlt the EailiC &e^ and the Form ti fach j 

^ Bsiltf 

f Rntrvtr, ; U thai he mst Qusrdim in S<i(Sgt md mi I 

muignd-y pet 5^ 60. 

R## Vti. Irt, &* h fftmt, &c* tmi fitm. &c. B. fiW/f* i$rM 
y$tfiie. ttCn ali«nf, quAfi turn di t^mmuni r*fr/F/i# rr^m mjtri f 
I E. n- A^- vi/I yT/, 4fm9a i^finitf terrsrum & tentmtiuw* Unfnimr in fud 
tympt ;;. jfr^^^^^ nrrsrum H ttnemint^ritm iHrum f#iv sd fUn. Mtst, ^ 
*itmirtut^ T.ddsnt rstt^shL <*mfffum (mm d« fxUilmt di 
^ r^ttmcmn iUtt fr^Vimfntihuj dt ttrnf^n q%» tnfiid* tUmm 
^2^., kmr, tsthnt mtntrn ^ttsiit kdttd^ pfdtdf0, idtm H* f^^* A« rj 

nb*f ^»f it ^shd, cmt^ptMm fttmn dt natihut prtvtntewt, d# itrrm if it 
n\ Q^mfdi* ^*^k Jmu #» N, ffu^ tfmntmr in iH*f,i9^ & qmrwm tmfi9d* idim 
m% iftO'^it, B. hjduii dnm fr^d. A* infrs sisu fmif nddtn tmt. tH dtt, ^ 
tf itt Di' idi$f &C. 

'kith thiOui^Miim cr Mamtrsna ifibt Umd, tht Atftm li*tb^ per ft B. |t Ac- 
tuu>pr 5j?. ni^L* 17* 

Vkii/^NJ^. And if • Mm during the Minortey of the Heir enter loio 
9 #»i^frr iheLand of (he Hrir which he hath by Dcfcenr, and take 
149 b, /^ihc Prnfifi to the Ufc of the Heir, the Heir ac full Age (biU 
have an Accompt agiinft him at Guardian for the Proliti tfl 
,crived until he come to the Ap- of r4 Yrai j ; and for cfl 

V- Age of 14 Ycari, 
btm aiB'ihfi't «n4 



inimni^ "^ Pr*«fitf received afier the IWr 1 
i^£.i. iC- he fhall have a Writ of Accom^ f ^ 

coKTi^i fOk not as Guardian, for he cannot be Ouardjan looflti tor Socage 
{^♦.^^■^•tiind* but till i4ycar.nrA.. Knr • - - 

be uf full A ge ofone %r>. 

4 W»L>, «»»U ^tl< 

^i b) tba Wfl 

ff^rh of Atconnt. i(jl 

of the StJtQtc, which are ^/ turn ^ jttstem fervmerit, tec. 
But be fbaM have an AOioa of Accompt againft him as Bai- 
liff during hh Nonage, ar what citue he wiO againft him who 
taJictb the Profirs of the Landi uhkh he hath by Dcfccnt» 
be he Guardian in Socage, in RiKhr, drr, 

And a Writ appcarctli in the Regifter^ Tfrat if i Man be 
foQnd in Arrearages upnn hisAccompf, and the Party Plain- 
fid do arrefl him in Lmdon for vhofe Afiearag«$, then he 
may fuc a Wtit in Chancery dtrefited unto the Sheriff re. 
heardng the whole Macrer commanding the Shenlf co de* 
tain and ketpin Ptifon him who is fotrTtC^ed, until he hith 
fatisfied and paid the Arrearages. And ic (ecmeth by the 
fame Reafoi% That if a Man fue an Aftion of D^-br upoa 
Arrearages of Acccmpr before And irors^ and hath rhe Party 
arrefted, that he fiiall have a Wut out of the Chancery 
onto the Sheriff, to keep him in Pii(bn until he haih p^id 
chofe Arrearages^ but 1 conceive this Writ doth not (land 
mLaw, that he fhall be kept in Prilbn without anfwcring 
^unto the Suit commenced againd him. 

I A Man may have a Writ of Accompt agakA j Woman ai H H* 6L 4 
\ Ruepir X den0ri9rum, ot agaiud a Chaplaix], buc not ugainft ^^ ^* *^*^* 
tanlnfant, ^ ^ ^^'"P^^ 

A Man miy hare tn Accompt agaiafl one as Bailiff of 1 
Court or Hundred. 
F And a Man QnU hare an Accompt againft a Prior upon a iH ; 2. 47 
Receipt had by hi^ Ctmmtign, buc there the Writ *Joch '^ ^*^ 4^. 
fuppoff, that he himfcif did leccive the Money, &e. and fliall |* f^^L*^ 
not fay, by the Hands of bis CoTOw*i<if. And fo a Receipt ^ g^'^ lu 
made by the Husband, by the Hand* of his Wife, is hii own Accon'pt 
Rtceipr^ and the Writ and the Count fhall fuppofe that he 100* C(^% 
bimfelf did receive, c^r. without faying by the Hands of the 

I Wife; But it h olherwife if a Prior or Huiband receive Mo- 
oey of a Stranger, then (he Count fhall be that he received 
by the Hands of the Stranger, &c. But the Writ fliall be ge- 
Acral, Timfwt^mfuitTcuftw(im4r\ v^ithout faying by whofe 
Hands, but he ihaii Ihcw that in the Count or Declaration. 
And if a Man deliver Goods or Money beyond Sea to do* 4t 
liver to him again m EngUnd at a ccirain l^lace, he IhalP^ 
fcavc an Account for thofe Goods, <i?r, it E. |# 19, 

And it a M-m deliver Money to one upon Condition, thac 
if he do fuch a thing, he fhall have the Money, if not, then iiH.4, 18. 
he who deliver* d it IhaM hav e it again, if he perform not the '*^' V* ^•♦' 
Condition he thall have an Account againfl him for the fame. Jf £ \^!1* 
If two have Goods in Jointer, or in Common, and one of^^j^lf'^^^ 

E. 3 9- 

them deliver ibc Goods to one to f<rnder Accompt, he alone 

fhall have an AQion m them. 

V J 


fTr/f if Dtht. 

^* iwfL 

4E.1. 17- 

cooo. p7* 

4^ E. 1,11. If two bftve i Wtrd, tod one nke aU the Ftofiti, Qjjj^^ 0^j^]| hnvfto Accampt i^iinft him, P. 45 ^1 
l*'^ J If tbcHiwband hirh received the Profirs of tb« Wife'i ^ 
Ltntisp ■ntl tlie, the Wife ftall not hive t Wiit of AcccuripC 
of the Profiti, nor of theRcntf, during thf Covectotc^ i^ 
gixnti the Husband*! Ejtccticor^. 

If a Receiver or Bailiff fQalee a Dt^uty, yet the AQion ef I 
Accompc fhall be brought agiinfl the Receiver or Btiliir 
themfelvet, and not againft their Deputies: Foe theDcpq- 
ties receive the fame to their MAfters Ufef. 
He who is Surveyor or Controler of Lindr» Hull not bt ( 
a,xcwrp^8, chvged in Accompt* 

4 «- ?• ^m 

acc^mpc W 11 E. 3. ibid. 7;, Be f} E, ). ibid. j6. W 

f E. f . !• ' ^** Apprentice Ikall not be charged to iccompt by a { 

secofn'pt Writ of Accompt ; But the MtiVer Ihail hatre a Writ of/ 

lot, 8 E. \. cofDpt againd a Servant who is fent to receive Money, 

ac.% 94- Vu if he be Receiver, 

mi Rnti^HT, thi Dtfmdmt [sid tbm hi was hit Apfrmki, tmd n§ f ZrJ, ha , 

a(4v fm^ n mfwtr r* ikt Rutift, 

The Parifh-Pntft (ball not be charged for tht OferiiVi 
offieredy by a Writ of Accompr, if it be not of her wile agree 
berwiir them, &€. For the Clerk holds the Ve^a] in whie 
they are pur. 

If a King grint onto a Town the ToU of the Tbinf 
fold in the fame Town, for the Walling of the Town, si 
nther necefTary Things in the Town^ and there be ColUdc, 
ro receive rhe fame, if the Co lienor 1 will not render Accoai| 
thereof, they may have a CommifCon out of the Cbam 
CO enqiiitooftbe Receioc nf the Toll-Money, and tht ,. 
ceiven, *nd to beu and determine the fame, and ro ba_ 
their Accompts, and a Witt of Arfcndar)ce unto tbeShcriji 
to tctuf n a J ury before the ComrnifTioncrK 

JVrh of Deh. 

^H^^f A ^'*^ ^'^ ^^^* pf^P^fh '>«li «^ff« ■ Man oweth 
^\tkvtiji* -*^ *^*' a certain Sum of Money by Obligation, or by 
,.-.f tMin for a Thing fold, or by Contra^, or upon a Loan mad 
I red i tor fo the Debtor^ and the Debtor will not p<y 
;!.. 4t the Day appointed that he ought to pay it, tJl«a 

r MiMnfl Sdii^^r ufm Aiwm X* Iw tridiiffvr »kib t^ma ntUM •£ 


I»$ Dek #- 

TVrit cf DehK i^J 

fhc Creditor flull bare an A^lion of Debt i^iinil liiin for 

tbc Gme ; and ic cnay be flitci \n th^ CnuDty before rli- Sheriff 

byjuntces^ as wcU ^s in the Common Pleas; and clic I orm 

of the Wtit 15 rometimcs in rh« Dthtt and D^antt^ and fomc. 

limes in ihfi Detinn only, tnd nm in %\\tDib^t^ and if it bo 

in lUtDtkit it (hall abare It fhall be always in ihc Dc^vr, 

«nd DMtiHit^ when he who oukes ih^ Bargain or Cnnrraft, oc 

lends ihc Money, or he ro v^hom the Bond is made, bring- 

ctb the A^ion againft htm who is bound tn» or Party to 

the Cootra£i or Dargain, or unto the landing of »hc Money : 'ZJfnUH^* 

And Money delivered by the Writ, But if a Man fell lo Quar. ^;>„/^^ * 

tcrs of Wheat, or a Hoife ; if he biinj^ Dtbt for the Borfe, Hi ft for a 

tbe Wnt ftiali be in the Dttimt only, and the Form of the Writ Deht before 

fucd in the County before the Sheriff for Money, is fuch ; ^j^^rlf^'* 
' ■' rfje Writ 

pysS ht Dtbsr 6c Dctiner, ftm Dtbt Mgainjf^or for the Suecrjfh's in refp 'B of QUigS' 

iim m^i to the fredHfjfir^ 4.7 E, 1, 23 . 40 E. ?. i^* 9 E- 4. 41. 47 E. 3- ^^ ^f 

thi Htir (ft to brwg Dtbt, it Jh0U be in tkd Dernnt. 

Rlx yif^ SHTt, frtttdfff* Pfsttifmui iiki^t^U^d Jkflfttif A. jttod 
jufii & fine diUtitne rtdi, D 2oS« ^9t *i dahct nt dU* ftcut rs* 
timMhtlit, mmilr^rt pitted ^ quod et rtdd iihtt m ampliuf it^de tU" 
moTfm mudisntut pro dtftHu jufiitl^^ &c, Trfte^ &:c* 

And if the Writ of Debt be for oth^t Goods or Chattels 
than Money, then the Writ of Dtbt fhall be fuch : 

Rtx He, ice. Prdccipiftms tihi^ quod juft. A, &C. quod, nitd* R» 
qutndam Uyrum^ 'vd qucmatn eyphum^ fi/ qui»imm tqiium^ iff I 
inos dgnos pretii^ &c. quern njti quos velqti^ it injufle dtttnttftut^ 

And if a Writ of Debt be brought in the County before 
the Sheriff by Jujhctei^ the Plaintiff* may remove the Pica 
unto the Common Pleas by a Ptw, without flicvving Caufe in 
ehc Writ : But the Dcfcndanf Ihall not remove the Plea out 
of the County without fhcwing Caufe in the Pone^ and yec 
in the End of the Wilt it ihall be fild, B/it txtui, iflms hi* 
n/it^ fi tsufajst ^jita, mUut mn. And the Caufcs wherefore the 
Defendant may remove the Pica, arc many, ai appcareth in 
the Regiflcr. One, if the D-fcndant plead a foreign Plet, 
which cannot be tiicd in the Ccunty, &c. Or ifthcDeicn- 
dant iVw ibit he before whom the Plea isdtpending, dottl 
maintain ihc Plaintiff, or favour him, &c. 

And if the Pka of Debt be fucd within any Liberty, or 
Court of any Borough or Cicyi &€. the Plaintiff may remove 
the Plea by t Record^ire into the Common Pleas without 
ilbewing any Caufe in the Writ- But if the Defendant fus to 
remove the Plea by « Rtcordare into the Coaimoa Plts^^ out 

Y 4 of 

t64 t^^'^ ^f ^^• 

af any Town or City, be oaghf to flif w Ctaft in the Writ 
as before \% fiid. And if the Sheriff r r move the Plea k^u* oj 
the Court by a Pmit tr the Suit of the Dereiidint or PlitutiiF; 
and aftcrm*rds iheBailiffi or Officer! of rhc Court procent 
in the Pitt, arid give Judgmenc, trd award £xeciitioo, f^tm 
then the Defer dant or he jgtinfl u horn the Judgment ti given, 
and Execution awarded, (hall have an A'tachmfnt agamfV the 
Di i I iftLcrthofevv ho fo proceeded to Judgment, C^r. fotnfweir 
as well the King for the Contempt, at the Parry hitDatn^ef, 
C^^* And the Foini of the Wiitof Debt in the Con^inon Pictib 

RiK yjc. 6cc.ifdftf. A* ^fmdjvftiy 6tc. ridd B €*u mmt 
diht & wjafit dm it uf dait, Bi nijiftt^nf, i^ frjtd, B.ffii 
rit^ &C. tmtufrm ftr k9n9$ jvm, frgtd. A* ZiC* 
>p R 8* t. And the Rule in the Regifter if, &^9d in hfti dr dihn df M 
cd*Miiu nunt^HAm di(it,*qit9d ti dtStt. And if the Debt be 
lirought bj Executors for a Duty doe it) their TcftAtori the 
Writ (hall be ^9J ddvintt^ and not Diktt ti ditmtt^ b«c«tife 
they wcic not Parties to the Contract Afkd fo if Debt b« 
brought by the Creditor againft Executors for the Dobt of 
chclcdMOf, the Writ Ihall be^ &«#> ti ditntt^ &c. ind tioc 
Dikfht & dttintntf although by the Writ he demand Monty, 
VIZ 3 of, or other Sum of Money, 
[llo.] If a Man nuke B. and t Monk his Executon, tni! ti in* H 
debted unto another, the A^ion of Debt IhaU be brooght 
tgitnil B* and the Abbot and the Monk, ftnd the Form of 

Pr^if, 6. iXfCut tfpsmtnti S. & Msti dt C. &ff^t, A. dt 
$9w(gmtmt€9 fjijfd. Ak, dt C tttxeatt .frad B. ttfrnmnf' ^**^ a^l* 
%m^ Iff AndiftheybiinganAQiontheWritflulIbe.Fr. ^, 

Jfom 7f rtdd, B. rif.^^*if. ifft^mmtt S. t' Msi. dt C. frMtn xx »*r x_ c< 
^' / ^f ' f#m». tiujdim A4mt. d^ C. iBfXtf^, »rW. B. ttftsmmri fr^diS, 
t!i^uJm And if a Man be hound unto'd and an Abbot in imL 
jit)i/sr SLm ^**^ S* diech, hii Executors and the Abbot fhill joyo iji dm 
mid #i» /f^ A&ion of Debr, and the Writ (hall be fuch : 
M, qu« c Pr^rf C. &c. tf%9d juftt, &c ndd. B & M. tmfiut. ttfi^mm^ 

441* 7^# And if a Writ of Debt be brought aga^nfl the Heir opi*^ 
titir ffike OH in Oblfgici^n of hn AnceOor«, the Wuc (kill be fuch ;* 
Hnrpsdli pr^cip A. dt% fi. h hmr, B. fttd rtdd, &C. 
^^^(^' Aid if there be diveii Hein, then the Writ ftall be 

Pfstf. A. di S frstri ^ an ifticrfi^. B. & B. rae/angifM 4^ 
ji/rrfl Jr^-r^ rhjdtm B. &C. 

And if a Man be in Debt, and die intcfttte^ or tfie Execo* 
(Oil rtfufe to be Executors, for which the Go^s come to ibe 




ff^rii of DthL a^j 

H'ficls of the Otdiniry» the Creditors (hali have an AfUon 
of Debt agaiiift the Oidinaiy by the Sttcuce of lfV)f. 2. 
i4f, I ^* and the Wric ihall be luch : 

^r4t ^. A. Epij£9^ Lincoln, ad citjiu m^nhm kmm (^ is- 

&c, redd. &c. 

And if the Goods come unto rhc Hands of the Ordinary, 
and afterward* the Ordinaf^ makcth Exccurors, and die(h» 
the Creditor ihal] have an A^ticn of Debt againfl the £ie* 
cmofs of the Ordinal y» and the Writ Ikill be fuch ; 
- Pr^cif. A, dtB*& C. de T, txeiui, ttftsmimtl m^giftri K, di 
P. ftU^fT tkcMni Eulifta ktSti Pnri BhrMt. & (wftad, fyiritusU* 
MMtii Arckiefifc, iharaf, fcdt VMtanU, nd cujus tnamtt hffftM & ea* 
MmMm ^u^ftur, E^ de B* ^ui thiit intifiat* ui diiittir, dtvmtmnt, 
fnfidjnfiif &c. ndd, &c* 

And if appcarcth by the Regifler, that in Anm id£. j. 
the Plaintiff was anfwcred unto fuch Writ which b« 
bionght againfl the Eitcotors of the Ordinary. 

And there is a Writ of Debt in the Regiftcr for the Ofdi- HR4* toC 
niry, againfl; him who was indebted unro him who dicdA ^*!W ^ 
Jnteftate* But the Opiixion of rhc Sages of the Law at thti^jj'**'^^*'^'^ 
K D^y is, That the Ordinary Ihall not have an A&'wn of Debt J^^;/,;*''' 
H agatnQ rhofe who were indebted to che Inte(1are» becatife the 
B Afiion ii given to the Admimfitivor, and the Ordinary may 
^ OOfnmir Adminiftration of the Good^when he pkafeth. But 
before the Statute of 31 £.3* f^/>. j i. the AdmintArators 
coold not have an A^ion of Debt againfl the Dcbrors, where- 
fore it was then thought Reafon, that fomc Perfon IhouJd have 
cbe AQion for thofc Dcbn, &c. But lit; Ordinary ar this Day 
may have an A^ion of Trefpafj for taking of the Goods out 
of his own Poircflion, but not for taking them out of hU 
PoiTeflion who died inteftat*-, as Adminiftratori may have. 
g If a Mm be tetained in Englmnd to do Servic:: beyond 
S^a, receiving 10/. ftr An, he ihall have an Aflion of Debt 
10 EfiiUnd where the Hetiiner was. 
p If a Man marriei a Woman who is in Debt to divers Per- 48 £. j. u_ 
(bos, the Husband and Wife (hall befued for the D<fbrj, living 
theWi^e: Butif rhc Wife die jhc Husband (hall not be charged 
for the Debt af cr the Death of the Wife, if thcCrediror of rhc 
Hmband and Wife do nor recover the Debt during |he Cover- 
fure, which was due by the Wif^ before the Co>irtrnife: For 
then, altho* the Wife dicth. yet d e Husband Qiall be charged 
for that Dibt by that Recovery after the Death of the VVife, 

AManflialt be charged in Debt for the Contra ft of hiix^. j, pi^. 
0tit'^Of Scivanf, where he giveih Authority unto hii DaiJff Dett. i* 


mii efDek. 

I , - 1.. 

14 K, ? 
Debt lU' 

or Seivsnt, lo ciqr ind Icll for him : And Co for liie 
Cfi& oC the Wife, If he gWe fucb Auchority to hit Wif 
otherwife nor* 

If t Man )e»r€ L«ru)f for Ymts rmdring Rent, tnd for Di 
ftoIC of r f hit he Ihill i c-«iter ; if he do re 

V 4*» in the I ncit Piyment of the Rent, yet he 

^' have an AUioii of Debt for the Renr« for which he do«| 
r«*cnfeT, and tn the Writ (hilJ recover the Reot, 
which he recent ted 

If i Mftn bind htm tnd hit Heirs unto tnmber in mo L 
tad dieth, the H«ir fiiill be ch«r||ed lo pty the fAme, if he 
bive Ltfidf by def&ent in Fee-dnnple from htJ AnceAort, 
Of herwife nor* Bye if a Min be bounden tn in OhVi^tmn 
stui iu fo ^'''^ *o^ Wf Heirs, ^nd rhe Obligee dieth, hti Heir fball 
ift$rf, gnd not have an AQion of Debt upon che ObligitioQ, kit hii 
AviWen tkf Executors* 

f«> jhmid 1 /I * 

W havt D^t ttvhg tht Extpa^rr, 9 H. d. f 8, 73bf Hiirpy^it mi hmtt Ottimnj 
# DitdkMilidkj kts Fsfthrr, 15 H. 6. 4. 48 BL j. ti. /r (//***rf, ft#f ifskeC 
dMfj d9 nvt atmrnt AdminifirMtim, tht Hiirfi^ hsvi Otbt. 

9IU X, If tny Man promife to one xo K to mwry his Diofl 
bf t6€. >nd he marrieth her, he fhill have an Aflbn of Ptbt igitnJ 
4f E.^t^. him upon that Promife^ H. 31 E j, 
^' *I*i^ If a Parfon have an Annuity in Tee in the Rieht of 
i ^IVi ^'*^''^^» ""^ '^*^ Annnitv is behind, and the Pai 
out. ptr diefh, his Execuror^ Ihall hive Debt fot the Arrearigei 
;ut. 17 H* the Anntiiry in the Life of the Teflacor. 
6. %. ac. If 1 Man grant to one a Rent in Fcc^ and ftxrrher g 
«i H. 7 ?. thaf if the Rent be behind. &€ that he Our I forfeit for a P( 
naltv 401. ro the Gtanrec and hiiHetr*. If the Rent be at 
the Gianree (halt have Debt for the Pcnilry/ And 
Heir (hall have the Penalty, and ftjaU have Debt for the 
befaufe ir is an Irtheiinnce, and perhapi niay conttnue, 

ff a Man be condemned in Debt or Damajtei, and 
cornmirccd untp Prifon for the fame ; if fhe Gio'cr foffrr 
htm to go at Lib-fty^ or he rfc^pe out of Pfilt»n» rhe Gaoler 
fhitl be chaig^jhfc! in Debt to him if wbofc Suit lie 
imprifanedi and im ^xecucori. 



m U in 
'i7/« hj Ciiiiat ad ComTrntirnd tfid ^fin rf£spf^ m tk^, ka dBim ufaii iki 

fo£. I* i^, tf a jvian lend anoiier Mm a Horfe ontil a cfrttin Diy^ and 
then he to redeliver the Hot fe or t^l* u the fame Day« aft< 
the Qay if tbt Horfe be not ddivfted, h 11 tn hll EkOto 

c — 

m tobrtng in ASIon of Debt for the HotCc in the Vitintt, or 

■ in A^ion of D^bt for the !• /. in the Diht. 

Is If a Man make a Letfc for Life unto a Woman, vtndnogi6Z,t,S^A% 
Rent, if fhe marry, and after the Rent is bchindi and rhe^cbt iSo. g 
Wife dietb, the Husband fliall be charged in an Aaion »^"*/ »^- 
of Debt for the Rent behind, bccaufe he took the Profits of ^ ^^' 

the Lands by reafon of his Wife ; otherwifc it is of an Obli- lo H.d. ^u 
gation made by bis Wife before Marriage, then the Huf- '^^^I*"^^* 
band fliall not be charf^cd if a Rr^-jvery be noc againd him ^^^' '• ^^' 
and his Wife in the Life of the Wife. 

If a Woman be endowed of a Rent, and afret wards taketh Vi, uHd* 
Husband^ and the Rent is arrear, and the Wife dieth, thei5. ioH<6. 
Husband ftall have an Aftion of Debt for the Rent» becaufe » <• 
it wai a Duty In him duling the Mantage* But if a Man be 
bounden unto ^ Woman^ and (he taketh Husband, and the 
Day of Piyment cometh during Marfiage^ and after the 
Wife diech^ the Husband Oiall not have an A^ion of Debt 
upon the Bond, becaufe it was a Duty due unto the Wifc^ 
ind a thing in A^Ion before the Mtrriage. 

D If t Parfon have an Annuity in Fee, and the fame is be* 14, 
hind^ and the Paifon doth rclign, ycc he fliall have an A-Qm«'^. 
aion of Debt f^jr the Arrearages before the Rcflgnation. Alcuc frf, 

kB And if a Man leafc t Manor for Life, and the Rent is be- ■^'^^''" 

* hind, which the Tenants who boJd of the Manor arc co 
pay, and the Leflee for Life of the Manor dierh, hts Efe- 
cutors fliall have Debt for the Arrearages of the Rent due 
by the Tenants of the Manor. 

P And fo if the Tenant for Life of the Manor, furrender 
hisEflate to him in the Reverfion of the Manor, yet he flull 
have Debt againft the Tenants of the Manor for the Ar- 
rearages before. 

If a Man have a Patent from the King to have a cerratn 
Sum for Term of Yean, or for Life, out of the Cufloms of Lm* ^7 R ^, if. 
dm^ and thereupon he have ^ LUerati to the Cuftomer to//^L«bc^ 
pay him, whicn he delivcreth to the Cuftomer, at which ^*f^,*^ ^^ 
time thcCuflomer hath enough in his Hands to pay him , ''" 

now by the Delivery of the LihrrMtt^ and the Aflcts in th^ / 

t Hands of the Cuftomer, the Cuftomer is Debtor unco hitD»(j^«^«r/ 
tnd he Iha)] upon this Matter have Debt againft him. th/K wtU 

fkeyflmUhe difcbai^id Mggivfi Mlittbtrt. 27 H. 6, % ic. at H.^* Debt 41* 
If two fubmit themfelves to tn Award, tnd the Arbitra- 
tors awaid that one fliall pay the other 10 A he ihall have 
_ tn A^ioi of Debt upon that Abitr cment* 



mit tf Debt. 

' filth tn Afiiwiity in Fce^ and tfif fim< it be- \ 
t hive tn AQtoQ of Debt (or the Arteijigef^ ' 
bectuk TMc /innuiry ccfntinoeth. 

Neither dill a Parfon hive in AfHcn ofDebe for tbt Ar* t 
fCirftgei of in AnntJrT/» which he harh tn Fee duMng the ^ 

thit he II Pis Ton ; But K he refjgn, he IhiH, oc if ht 
ilicth, hti Esecutof (hill hive m Action of Dehc for tb« 
|t R d. f.rime. And if « Mm who is Biitiff do accompc before Atf* 
7 H.f* )* diton, and it is found that he hath cicpcnded moce Hmq Im 
hith received, for rhc Surplufigc he ihal have an Aj^ioo of 
Debt igainfl tht Lord vhofe O^ihff he wis. (^ut if a Recet* 
ver accompr, and ts found in Sarplufige, many fay tbic he flitlt 
HOC have an AQk»ii of Debt (nv the fame, becitiie he is bond- 
den to lay out any Parcel thcrtof; But it fcemeih if he do 
it by Command of ihe Lord, that then it is leilbn that hi 
have an A^ton of Debt againd the Lof d for the Sarp}trA|pe. 

An Ab^ot fhall bt charged in an A^ion of Debt ^foa « K 
Loan of Money made qoio his Ptedcceflori if the Mooey J 
came to th? VCt of the Houfe. 

An Attorney fiuU have an AfHon of Debt •giir.ft hti OiJ 
ent fot Mtoey which he hath paid unto any Pcrfon 6»r bif 
CJi*^nr, for Cod^ of Stiif, or umo hb CownfeJ, &t* 

If I M«i contrafi ro pay Mctvey tot a th ng which he htthl 
•f J*!'*^*^ bcpglir ; if be tike a Bond for the Mon^y, the Contr^ if J 
f^H,t!tt,^^^^^^^'^^^* '^^ beflialt net hive an AUioa of Debt npofil 
^. I H 6 2. the Cootrati 
per l^abmg. 

Debt 117. 

P»*8 hgi 
thr Cmns 

If a Mtn miketh s Lea(e fiar Yean , rendring Rent •fl 
i IL7* il land* devifcable by Will, and afrerwatdi devifeth the Rev«»» ] 
me. ft U^d Hon of the fame Landt unto a Stranger in Fee, the Oev^iftfl 
m h Bff^t^ (hall hare in A&ion of Debt for the Rent refeived, witbaor'^ 
■ ^^^^'any Atfommcnt of the Tenant Cor Yciri But if the Ledbf 
Rs« //J ^ ^^^^^ granted the Reverfion by Fine or Deed, the Gtsndt , 
^J* *jkyc n«»t have to A£bon of Debt wicbout A<t 

iS^itJi:', . ^^LtflVefrtKeRcntreferved. 

pio^* If 1 Mm bt indebted^ and entrerh into Reh'giofit hiiEit* 

fH* 7 Y {;iicors fhiU be fued for the Debt, tnd not the Abh^if who 
H.*4L tm *ccepted him imo Relii^ion. 
~ 1^7* fH*' 1^ < Maa be condemned in Trefpaft, or in Debt lipod i 
f. I» Bend, where he denicth hi^ Deed, and afterwards he ii tiktn 

1^ a Caf sj fr§ fiat ar the King's Suit within the Year^ an^ 
CommitDcd to Pfifon^ if the Gaoler i'u&et b m to efcipe, be 
(hill hivean Av'tionof Debr ' heGioler: Yet h« WM 

mn cofr.autted 10 Ptil'^n a; i. ac at the Kiog^i Suit* 

1 H S. 

4i. 4. Id, 


ff^rH of Dek. 



But within the Y«*r tfccr the Condemnation and JuJgmenr, 7 H. 4**4*4. 
the Suit for the King SiaJl fcrvc as well for the Party as the ^riH *^- 2^* 
King, beciufe the King was intituled to it by the Parry, but (d^^^^^ 
after not: For it fhall be intended that the Parry is ^g^^^djli^^j^^ 
with hiid who is condemned^ and thtrefbre after the Yen 1 1 h! ^\^, 
be ihaJI be put to his Sdrefaa's^ upon the Judgment. Skrccn. 

If a Man leafcch Lands for Term of Years icndring Rent, U **•! 
and afterwards the Rent is behind, and the Leffce furrcndcr- * *^* ^ ?• %/C*\ 
cth his Term, yet the USot fluH have an Aaion of Debt Jv^ '49.^«*| 
fof the Arrearages before, as it feemeth by P. 3^ E. 3, tMmen [jcbt 14J. " 
fu^n, for the Opinion ii contrary to 1 H. 6. VL 14 H. 2, 

If a Servant will not do his Service, by the Stature of 14 \^J$rWkftt^ 
£. 5. (0p* 5 he fhall be arrefled and committed to the Gaol, 7 H, ^, i, 
«nd if the Gaoler fet him ar large^ he ikiW lofe 10/. to the 
King, and 5/. to the Party. Now if theGaoTer fet fuch 
Piifoner at large, the Party who would have him detained, 
(hill have an Aflion of Debt againft the Gaoler. 

If a Man recover Damages in an Adion of Wafte, he may 41 £. 3. 
haye an A^ion of Debt upon the Recovery if he will 

And fo a Man may have an A^ion of Debt upon a Sta. 3 E, 4, 17, 
tufc Merchant or Staple, or upon a Recognizance, or may f tr^tr. 43 £« 
have Execution according to the Statute at his PJeafure. 3* x* 

A Prior did recover an Annuity in Fee agatnfl a Parfon, 
and afterwards he fued a S^iVe/i^jtff againfl theParfon, and 
did recover in th^ScinfMciat the Arrearages of the Annuify, 
and afterwards he brought an A£lion of Debt againfl the 
Paribn upon the Recovery in the Scin fmdat for the Ar* 
rearage, and it was malntainible. 

An Abbot (hall be charged in an AQIon of Debt for Vi- 26 E. j,ff, 
fhjals, or other neceffary Things bought by the Bucfer, or Debc \is* 
other Officer who is deputed to make Purveyance lor the 
Abbey in Time of Vacation. 

If a Man levy Aid of his Tenants for the Marntge of his 3 E j. Ifitr. 
Daughter, and dicth, the Daughter not married, the Daughter North. Ftrx, 
^ttiall have an AQton of Debt againft the Eiccurot s of her ^^' ^^* 
Father for the Aid levied; and if the Executors have nor 
any thing. Qie ihall have an A^ion of Debc againft cbe^^^. ^c, 
Hett for that Aid» if he have any thing by Dcfcent. 

If two Coparceners make Partition, and one granretfi or |a E. 3, 
promireth onto the other a certain Sum of Money for the 6* I^bc i|u 
quality of the Partition, flie (hall have an A£iion of Debt 
Upon this Promife, and ikai) recover the Money. 

If a Man make a Tallyi and make Bond thereupon, and iiRa.OebC 
fcal and deliver it as his D^ed, yet it Qiall not bind him, 44 E- !* a'* 
bur he may plead againft the fame> tbit he owed him no* J^u*' *, 

I70 tf^rh dc Rsthndili, &C 

T^sMmtk' thing, cr wige hii Ltw* for in OHligitmn m%ht to 
S** ^^tH ^^^^ '^^ wrifing h Pifchmcnr or Paper, »nd not writf' 
^HW ^"P**"*"^*'*'^ ^ *" -li, i*i Tilly if. 
^ ' * And • M^ live an A^ion of Debt igtiuft him 

who becorncth rj-^uge tor another upon hi* Pfomtft to pay 
the Money, without tny Writing made thcrtof, qd. \n to 
Title PUdgi MtquittMud. P. 14 £. ^i. 

// thi Fs* 
tm Sw 


IVrii de Rathnabili fane Bomrum, 

Til I S Writ lieth where ihc Wife jfrtr the Deith ofj 
Ijmband cannot have the third V^n of her HoibtntI 
Goodi after the Debts ttc ptid, md Funeral Expencei perfor- 

^^*T^l!1 ^^ ' ^*^^ ^^^" ^^ "**y ^^^^ ^''" ^'^^ «g**"^ ^^^ Executor! 
JJ ^^ of her Husband : And it feemcth by the Statute of M^pts 
iflT. Qpserc ChsrTdt^ t, j8. that this was the Common La\»* of the Realm | 
if h« fbsU and (6 it appearetb by GlMwvit^ that it ts the Commofi Law, 
imft mt tha! after the Debts paid, theGoodf fliall be divided ioiJ%g 
P*»^^J^«". three Parts: One part for the Wife, anmher Pirr for Soofl 
• iS«if* and Daughterly and the third onto the Executors ; l>ot yeff 
jJ^J^vr'^**^ Writi in the Regiiler rchearfc the CuJIoro* of tJii 
AdvMfUi' Counties^ md ire of this Forcn. 

MfRf kfjf 

9b4i* A Wmmnn did dtmMnd tht Miittf tfker Hurband'T Go^dt, httMnft bi M ^ 
Ckldrtn, and cmmttd up$n skiCttffom «f the RtaJm, iiE,}. But \% llf. t. flcf 
finfiith, it u Ifjf Qufitm^ mnd mt iy the Lm of tkt Lsnd^ 7 E. 4. la ac ||. i| 
mnd TO Bill:, in B. K. AH^rtt was het^kt snd ^Ulmid tJwt^ mmt^mtih^i 
BxttpuM wjt$ tsken at it, thst it mss msinsMnskU kjJ^tciMiQmfimn. im ! 
I E« 4> f* ('iUing. ac. 

JO H^ 6, Rcfpond. 9f , A mm0n br§agbt tht Writ fir tkt Mfirtf, 
§t^ th$ C9t09m mt j^fakinf tf^fiy Thmt, §r th^t it «## tht C^ptm tf tki J 
il H. 6, 4. 4u £. ). K. % t. 3. Uhf Vf6. CmtUi h tkt Otfim tf tim thmm ^ 
Korchampron. 17 E. *j% bi j^. mid ihst it $t b/ tkt Ctrmm^ Ltw, 7 £« 4*i^. 
Ixftptitn wm tskin, kttmft bt did tM ttuns tkst tix Cujhm did fmutmt* 

Rix f^it^f &c. Si A^fu^fmf tixtr. B. &c, fiimt^ 8cc fenr 

fmm. C, & D, txttmt. ttfiswin. frdd^B. B, faif.^, &C. •fttsf* 
fM0rt turn fuund, twf, tn (tm. fr^d ksStn. ^tmmm^ mmnt 
pt/f morttm ^irw, fmw, Mirt d<^fattt r^ti^nsktiftm fi»titmfmam 
dt btmk & (s:^. vifwr fmr. frdd. itdim txttu^^fr^JM, A. rmtim0^ 
ktltm f^rttm jnsm td vaitfitimm 16. tmart^r, di kmm ir Mr«£ 
^•4 fmf, pdd. B. fumdMM *virt fui dttinmt^ minw jmflt^ tf 
fmti Ttddtrt tmtr^dtiunff /n t^fw A. dmmmtm mm mtdittmt <^ 
f^M^tmtfi^ C3f imrs tmfttitmt, frsd. & Mtm tSi Jtm & kn 
irtvtt &C^ 






5#^4 ad Mokndimm, 

And the like Writ the Sons and Daughters may ht?c i- zE.i* Fitz. 
gainft the Executors*, and the Form is : Detinue 

ibid* f 1, ^dfit \ I H. 8. U kmh ojtmimtt ketmfut in XJre at Commfin Uw, jmd 
ntvtr (Umt^red upm, 

Rtg.Sec. quim A, de N. & S. /•"«• fjia fectrmtt mffetur. Sfc/inw. Mjrri^tii 

€wn jtcund. cnfmetud. in com pr^tL h^ffenm ^btenmm i5 Mpprda* Fjihcr^t ^ 

tsm futfi f^ft morrtm pMtrum fuornm^ ffui urum h^td, nm ftmt g«o^/ h mt fl 
fte€ $n vits pstrum fucritm prmmti fun, haL dthiant rgtimf^bihs givm tn hit ^ 
f0rt(S jut di hnU ^ e0tAll. tfu^ fufr. pMtrum fuQr frdd. iidfm L ff,f^r If- 
4Stt€, fr^tf. h dtl<i i5S. pft morum pr^d. R. pjfrkjui fUJM h$* ^J^^^^ff '*' 
tdd, ipfl nm funt mc ffui in *vits tjufdem pstrat fni^ promoti fuif* ^^^^ g" 
TsiimMla ptrta Jttof §d vah ijc» dt ctm lihar. &c* u t fu pi a , i.hciuis'f^ 

StlJa ad MolenJinum. 

SE^jt ad MoUndinum lieth, where a Man by an UfagcTime Qua*rc, Jf 
out of Mind, &c» hath ufcd to grind his Corn at the * A^-*" *nsj 
Mill of B. and afrenvards he gocth unto another Mill, and "Z^^^*^ * 
withdraweth his Suit from fi*s Mill, then may he have fh** ;;J'7'S^w' 
Writ. And alfo it feemcth that the Lord may have thh ^^^^j ^ Qiff 
Writ againft hi* free Tenants who hold of him eg do Suit in Xttl, tr 
«r his Mill, and yet he may diftraia his Tenant* for the J ttc h EJfsft^ 
Suit, and avow for the fame. p "^* ^*- 

And by Prefcriprion a Man may have Suit to his MiIJ> of J^;!^j^ ^^f 
the Villeins of a Stranger, and have ftBam ad tmltndinum a. ^l^j^^ ^^^ 
gain(l them, and that it feemeth by rcafon of their Rcftdence LifeofP^xr^ 
Id ccjtain which they dwell upon. And this Writ is fome-ff/ •[ the 
times VamtitU and ftiaU be fued in the County by a Writ Dmefsf/ 
oijufliciftt at the Plaintiff's Pkafure, or in the Common ^^''^^ ^| 
Picas by a Pr^teipt, &c, ani the Form of the Writ in the JJ^ *,g^* 
Couoty is fuch ; r T 

Rtn Pie. 5cc. Prd€ifimu$ tihi, ^uodjttpitin A. yi. jnfle (S No ^ r i 
fine dilstim. /«. fiBam fuam md pjotcvdinttm E. de N. in C. t^^j^V f^ 
qaam ad iUnd d$kit ^ /*/rr, ut die, ficmt rMfi^nMhiltt. mmfrMrt uft #/ m 
fouritt ^uod earn ad iUudfaan dtiet^ m ampUm indt clgm^* M4m'^ fbai 

nm sudiamw pr$ defedn jufiiria. Tefi^ 6fC. ^ *fj^ 

thit kvntf 
hetOMfeitit in tht Deber h Soler, ao EHz- Dver. Br. Note 1^7. u8. Curia (Jlau* 
dcncSa lieih for To;anc fsr jjfi^ andja tht Wtit //, Debet fit Soier. 

And if the Wtit be fued in the CommOQ Plea% the Writ 
ihill be thus : 

Prj£cip. A, ^i^d JMpe ^ fine diUtiom faejat ftffam si imlatdi* 
num HL d4 H* /wC q*iam Md iM fdtrre dfht & ftUt^ ntditttur^ 
^ mji ffCfri.'f &c. tun£ fum. &c. And 


Kami, A%T 

Quod fcfmitUU 
And by the Rule in Hic R-girter, • Man fWl htve * Wi 

9wmtm sits kujulm^t. And Tcniat for Life, or in Djwi 
mty miinuin rhi« Wfif in rhc Df^t & UlH, ^ this is of rht 
Nature of a Writ of the foff^iTton I But m the D^c/ 
ftctnech tp be to the meer Right. And the Dtfci^di 
liavc ft View in • Stcfs dd fmlntdimm m the IHkt Cf 
Lifid, d^^. of the Mill in which the Suit ii to be done, 
the Procefi in t StBs md fmltndumm (hall be Summoiiif, 
t»chmenr^ and Diftfcff . &c, and if he do appcir after Dtfaiili^ 
then 0)4 tl idue a DiftringMi md Mtiditvditm Jitdtdmm, and fee 
he may fue hif Default. And you may fee cbt Form of tJb« 
Coufic in this Wtic in the 0onk of Entritr, wh^re he cotuit* 
erh upon a Tenure of land» &c^ and another County whcfS 
becounteth upon Pfrfcription : Si, that the Tcn*nf, and aP 
thofe which he}d thofe Landt, have ufed to do iheii 
At hiiMilli faii^i. / j^^. 

Quod fermitiat, 

^Uiiffrmiumt Ueth where a Man hath Commoti af Ptftc 
_ iet hii CaetJe, and he ii dtfturbed hf a Scfi^igcr tfe 
he cannot tife hti Common, then (h^Il be have thlsWiifl 
And this Writ may be fued by J^ftin in the Cotii]ty« or in ' 
r^M A ^^^ Common Pfrai ; tnd the Form of the Writ it: 
- P. 1 U* jj^^ p^^^ ^^ Prt(cipimm tt^i, ^nod lm0m§s A- frndjitfii^ &c 
limi 6* h^rtd. tffmmuniMw fafiw^^ in N' Md ffmwm n^i 
C. vel mdctntum htvir, jScc* ^uam hai^m dfktt, mf ditit 
tut rmtttMsithfir^ Bcc, wt sm^Um inde tf^morrm mmdimmm. 
lie: CmimuniMm fflmrs in terrs iffm A. fymm rm tm ' 
ddft, 5fC, Vcl fiC; gwf^ fiwminm K kskirt a 
fiMTM in eenfum setk i^fm A. 
— ^J^' ♦- And fhc Rule in the Rcgifler is', when Coinfnofi of f^aAorv 
^NmMi ** claimed in ri»e L»nd of any Perfon certain, then the otrcaJA 
%ii^il4¥tt Ntimber oTCittle are not put in the Writ, &t^ boc the Farm 
/tf i$ it 'of the ftutd f^rmittmi fued in the Common PJei$ ii fticb 

fhmi tkt thfmJsnf fttnm v^neh in # Qit d pcrmlitar, f^r^ ikM it iita€s Pmcip4 




Itix f^tt, tec. Prmt, K fmd jnfit, &C. 
C«fi»fPri0«>#i!fi f»lfnr£ 9Ht4.& 4Q Mtr, i*^tt, fwmm ksht^i 
m ditit. £^ niJifHiris, tS ff^diff, R, fsmii tt, Si/C, 

And iDother Forn oTtbt Writ fof CofDoioo tpptnid. cbns: 



Qsfpd permhtaL %!jy 

Pf0C. A- f ««<^ ;«^r, kJ€. permtttst 8, Mtrt Note; Tbi^ 
9 psfiurgg in N. fi»i< ftrtimt sd Ubfntm tmtmtnt^ fuMtm ^'it is in 
iMfsdem viS0, *y^/ in sits wiU^ di if us idem A. vel psttr ft^d. ^^ ^/*^!r 
A, tnjm hitrif ifft ift, tnjuftt & fint judim difaf R. fstrm tntrjupm 
ffsd, B. cw^m h^ra tffi ift, pft ^timsm irsmsfrftsn. Dm. Heor* « D^et^n 
Rfgit fii R#^, Johin. in f^sfim. nt duitut, Et mfi^ &c. msdi t§ kit 

And the Rule ia the Rcgifter is, TH»t the VVnc of tjntd ^^^^tr. 
^irmittst lieth of Common of Pifturc, Turbiry, Pifciry, 
and reifonible Efloverm^tinft i DiOciibr of t Dtfleifin co 
ihc PUinciflf of his AnStHon, by hi 01 ind his Ancedors, 
and nor ii^other Degreef^ becaufc be oughc to hive » Writ 
of Right in the Diktt &f9Ut. 

But an Abbot may have a Writ of ^md ftrmittst of a 
DifTcifin made unto his PredccciTory and &iU mtke mencioii 
of the Dineiiin in his Writ. 

And the Form of the Writ di hkirs fifisris is fuch : 

Rtn^ &e, Frsc, A. ^c. ^md^ c^r. firmittsi B. kslftte hhrsm 
fifcsriam in squs iffiua A. in N. Vel Hc, in squs in N» fusmin 
is bshtn debet ^ l§Ut^ mt ditit, Et mfi, t^e. 

There is another Form of the Writ of Siuod ftrmitfsi, in 
the Nature of Merfdamiceflor, and is fuch: 

R^ap, &c. Pr^c, A. quid, &€, ftrmittst B. hshertCom.fsfiMr, 1 ^^* ^• 
l« N. in tpis C. fsttr, vel mster, vel ftrer ipfim B cujm k^eres if ft ^^ ^^ 
^p fuii feifit, mt de feed^ tsnqnsm fertin, sd hhrum temmentnm ^ 


kum in esdem vtHs die quo vbtit, ut disit. £( nifi, &4, 

And if it be a Common in grofs, then he ought to put 
this Clauie in the Wrtr^ tsnqssm fmimnt sd Uhirnm temmm' 
turn fumn^ CTr. 

And fo a Pirfon or an Abbot (hall have t ^d fermittst 11 E. j. 
of the Seifm of his Prcdeccffjr, and the Writ Hiall fay ; Qpod per* 

pTdi, &i, qu9d fetmitiAt B. ferfonsm Eceltfi^ de C. hsSen "" g*^* *" 
Com^ fsfiwts in N. dt qus F, qumd^m firfins de C. frjtd. &c, h^^^ J^'* 
f$ut feifit mt de jure Eateff^fnx fr^d' dii qus •hitt, mt dieit. Mf mirtat 4, ' 
aw/, ^c. A Prebend 

And the Rule in the Regifler is. That in the fame man* ^ 'J' 
ncr as is faid before of Common of Pafture. fo it may •>« Jjj^^i^/JL - 

ifatd of all other Commons, as of Turbary, Pifcary, O-e, nJertn 
And there arc divers other Writs of Slittd fermittsi ofthfTimef 
another Nature ; as a Man fliall have a Slmtd ftrmittst againft hit PrH(i^^ 
the Lord> to fuffcr his Viltains to do Suit to his Mill, &e,^*f^> 
and that accrueth by Ufage and Prcfcription ; the Writ is : 
^ R«, &c. Pr^tiift A. fU9d jufle & fme dtlstiem firminst viU 
\ismsfu6s de C. fscere ftBsm sd m^lendimm B &e. in E. iS(. Mf 
imifi, &e. Itfr^tdm U. fntrit, &t twit fnm\&t. 



Mii' AoJ gnoAti Wdi : ^r^ofi 4 f^^ firmUut %. mtUn A» ' 
t»ka^ mimitmm klmimm fmm d* H. s4 mnkwUmm ffftm A ■■ N. 

thtTiM^rtt B. k^mn s^sm sdfimum iMEm A^ 19 ^.fomt ss timm bsitnrw 
§ph* Frti'Mv it fU*f II' d$ti$ I Et ai/^ &t. Vcl, S^$d ^r^ittst fiL «i« 
MdSMhit*s^^r€ grtgtm fn^m sd sfmsm tffim A. m N fitm i&mm mtm ^ 

44 £. I.AC Vcl, ^««i ftrmtnst ^.hsitfi fM$JSKi €hami»am whrm ttfrsm 

' iffm A lit N. tf«. Vcl, ^^•^ prmtUM kshn^i^Mm /#M 

Jfii#w iH dtmtmdt ttrth fuit $n I. fi(#«i (M#r« ilito tf yWlcr. 

Vet, S^ Ptrmttt*! hsk^t Uhit*m piftmrism tn #yiSi iffim A< 

VIE*! Bf. '*> N. d"^ Vcl, ^«»«rf ftrmitut ksktrt Itkerwm fmfsgimm mbrm 

itmii l^ sfUMm di Bumbr. in nstH iffm \.fu§d in m b^itt dtbn i 

€. Quod fUtt ut ditit, &€. n mji, &t. But a Mao (htll not bav« 

permit! It. ^^ permtust di raMunahitihut iftruiritt im kf»t W im i 

" - And eHc like by the Role \r\ the Regt0cf, for in l« 

rbereaf is given the Writ of AflUc of fkvd Dijfttfi§ by li 
Sucute of P^t^. t t0f, 36. 

And a M>n (bill htve t Writ* Si^ ftrmmst mgtnfts*^ 
Us ii» fih ip/^ Lilt B, mmif iffim itmtiiwt frf d^mukm fm 
ikdim quttnfmrii §pm ntftrumd. ft rtf^fMnd, famt tngirt 4 
ft fittf, mt dit, H mfi, (J'c, 

And A Mm mJiy hive • Writ of Sl^^d ftrmittB* of • 
Cor rod ie ; *s Pfdiipi P. Pnwi, <*^^. fu§d fttmttds B. i^jlfrt 
frnfltntstttw (fmfftemt fft }* *t *M»9 gm^tim* tn vttin tt w/frrm tf 
fmniiiM sit it mttiffkriit^ »t fr$ mm ffif* i» vi^tf fiw^mla dtthtt^ 
tt ttism fuffentstttwim ftwfitmt f^t tptsfua^ ktrntnth^ dt €9m, 
tjiufdem 6 ifm»tutr g»rti$nihm, 4 nfuit^ 4 iif «r 41^14 >» ff 4 tfptr^f9* 
rtH fingwlk Aft sd feftM Ntttlts Domini, PAfch. Pcat< & om^iM 
n'ttm Smdoitlfn, r« ^r ) j6#/ f^jSf jMtdhbtt ft ft, f^MuQ fJH 
Prhrstm dt C. &c. dt ^us E fmndsm Pn*r itct ff^diB tw^mfii^ 
&t, dtf P pttrtm frmdiU. 0. cujm M^t igfi ijl ffl primsm 
trmtiftttrntttntm, CTr. . w 

of the Wric of Right, and to hold Suit* »oti '^^^1 

WArrint* C^^ the Drfendint cime tni |oineJ inc .^i^e op* 
on the fuccr Right, tnd wi^ received. 

And in * ^^d ptffnuiH by j Pfi Ton. he counted dt fst, B 

/^ drtiff iod held Suit, and dcrrign, tt. And the TcjiafiC ^ 

cuae ind gJigcd BAttiil, &c. tttnptrt Rigit, &, 1. 

And Tcninr in TaiI (hjll bivc a Slsftd ftpmitt^t^ 

Aad in • ^gM^ firmttss of a Common die Tenanri^ 

i«». Br. Bat 

ttil Mv 

Qpod per* 


n the PItintiff, 



ledgeJ the Diriein Seifui in the Plaintiff, ind k Was id* 
judged a good Pica to abite the Writ, But there the PJatn* 
tiff' counted of the Seifia of his AnceSor : For a Man (hiU 
have a Si^oJpirminat of his own Sc'iCtn, as ir fecmcth. 

D And a S^^ ptrminat i^fum rtdiutr, /cufjum rff«i*r^ CJ'r, 
whrch is midurntd, will wcli lie. 

E And a Mm ftialJ h*ve a Siupd permit ist agiind the Tcnmt iR^-tj^ac^ 
of the Freehold fot an Aft done, or a DifTu/bance done Uy 
1 Stranger who was not Tenant of th* Soil 

W And rhe Procefs in a Si^cd permittst is Summons, Atcadi* 

Imcnt and Ditlrefs : And if the Sheriff at the Summons r^. 
turn Nihil, the Plaintiif may pray a Capiat and have it, S^td ] 
'utdi H. 39 £, 1, 
And the Form of a Count in a ^od ftrmittMt appears in 
the Book of Entries, /«/. So. on the hrrtSide. 
And if a Mm build a Houfc, or a Wall, or other Thing 
which is a Nufance unto the Freehold of another^ and - 
dicth J he whofc Nufancc it is (ball have a Writ ^^d firm * 
Imiitat againft his Heir that did the Nufancc, and the Wric 
is fuch : 
Rex yic\ &c. Pr^cipt A. qu&dJMflt, &t. ptrmitut^fr^fltr* 
mr, ifiumdam domum^ tfel tjfutndsm murum, *vel fUMnd^m ftptm 
tfd ^utddMm malind, vtt f^Jpitum^ ^utm ^usm Vi^l fuod KpMtf 
n/tl mliut dntefeJfQr. pr^di^, A» £MJfu h^rts ipfi #/?, injufte 4t fini 
judUi9 UiiMvit 0d mcumtntum Itheri ttnimtvf. C. psfrit vel mlttm 
rim autn^pntd. A. enjm bxr§f ipft tfl in tsdtm viffs vti in dlis, 
p&Jf pnmsm, ^£. ut dicif, it mfi fiorit, &c. Vcl fic, S^d 
fermittst 6. exsliartt vtl detXitltsre qmddam ftagfmm tn h,qu9d 
frtdlB, A, injupe Uvavit, vtl ditxaltavif^ sd miumtnt Uktr^ 
tiftimmti fui vel C. pstris pradiEli B. C5*r. Et fic, S^^d jufte^ 
ire. permit t At B. nductrt (urfum tujufdam aju^e inL. in reBum 
cJr sntiquam curfum fuum^ quern C. mster pr^d A. cujui h^erm 
ipft eft, diverttt, md mfttmintum, ^e. Vel fic, Sljtod jufte^ ^u 
ffrmiitAt B deohflruire quMndam vism iff N. fUodCpstpr^d, A. 
atjut k^rts iffe eft injttfti $iftruxtt, &€. 

And if a Man levy a Nufance unto the Freehold of ano* 
thcr, and he to whom the Mufance is done makcth a Feofi^ 
mcnt in Fee of the Land} and he who did the Nufance ma* 
kcth a Feoffment of the Land in which the Nufance is; ycC 
rhere U a Writ in the Regifler for the Feoffee of him IQ 
whom the Nufance was levied againd the Feoffee of rht 

I Other, to reform that Nufincc, and the Writ is foch: 
RiX t^U\ &c. Precipe C. quod jnftt, &e permittmt B. di* 
0rBsre qtftnd^m li^etm iw N. J**"* C. tpjujfi ^ fm j%ditt» 
srBe^vtt. Cr, 
Z 3 Bm 

If fit §f AdmesfMriment «/ Pdpure. 



Bat iHff Writ ii oot given by the Surute, t>iit miy fot, 
CJ^C by tbe SUfuee WVjf. i im Csjk Cnjimtii, tit r. ?, 4, 

Audi S^ftrmiUM of i Fiir Pf Mjrket Qitl] b« ftlCil in fl 
tbf Comaiofi Picis ^ ttid the WriC it loch : V 

RfX ^',4r«^ S/ A./«mr, d-r tmm fum B &c. ^d ft iu 
tMm Jmflte tuftrtj ejimf fusrt lt*U0W futd. Mirtsinm^ vcl, fiCJ#- ^ 
ijw /#riJ« lit I. 0d immmt^um hhitt mtrgmti, v«] /ilir# Uri^fl 
ff^ A. t« «W^ 'Oil#, vd, la shsftfi frtmsm^ d^ Mi d$i$f,^ 
Ms kshst ih fitmmm. &e, 

Aod the Itlce Writ far ttie Heir where the Filber doth 
levy the Mtrlcct or f lir timto the Nafince of inmher Fi^r 

•«^*o^^^ or Mirltct i Of for fbe Heir igiinft him who kvicth il^ 
NuCincc, &f^ 

IVrit of JJmeafurement of Pajiurt* 




^ ^^ %g% '"I ' HE Writ of Admcifiiremcnt of Pifturt Ttcth bctwixr 
^^^y^ 1 Coromonefi who hivc Common ippendanf to their 

f Freeholds, If one of them fufchirgc the Comtnon by psrtiiif 

in more Cicde in the Common ihin he ought to bite Com. 
_ mor» for there, then thit Commoner who is grieved Oiill 

^ hivf this Writ of Admeifnrcmcnt of Pifturei lod by tbt^ 

W Suit all the Commoners (hall be admeifured^ as vcH tbofi 

■H.^^xd* who have notfurchirged the Common, n be who hath fo 
' charged ir, aod he who bringeth ibt Aftion fliaU bt aJfo ad* 

K And the Wiit is Kumfitl, and IhiTl be dlreQed ontoibe C 

H SHerifT, and fhaJl not be returriable ; $n4 itir f orm of tbo 

connci^sra Writ i« Aich: 

ihrSistmia j^,^ |^^. ^^ ^^^^ ^jf ^,^,, A ^d B CT C wr tjm imi 
jnflt fuprrmtrs'verunt t§mmmmmm fsfimtg Jk^ tm f4 it& fm§d m tm 
flwtm hmbent smtmalim & ffi§rs ^m Mtrf dthtnt 0^ sd iffu 
fgrtmrt hsbtwdum. EM litf tih fr^eiftmm, fmd jnfti Ofim 
him sdmtnffft. fBlfmrMm tllfw^ tts fmd ff^ B,& C 99 
kismi im §M flvrs snimsh^ ^ ff€9^M ftmm ks^trt d^hwt, 

ItJ/r. 'fi*' ^frfiwfr hsbtndum ftamdmm hhrvm imfm ml mm fnmm, ^mtd 
ksknt im isdntt mils Bi fittd ^^td, A hsh^t in ^fm^^ ti/<# ni 
smrnishsti fiS9r» ^uif Mtrg dii$t, & md ifjmm^imt kB^twtt^ 
mt smfhm imdt €*sm mudi m m m 
And if the Tenant forcharge the Common frirh his Cit^fr 
ele, &^ the Lord (ball not have the Writ of Admeafiiro- 
ment igimi^ the Tenant ; but it (eemerh the Lord may di* 
ftftin t4ic Surplofige of the Cattle Uimigc^feafanr. And 
Ibine fjy, Thai the Lord may have %n Affile againA the Tt*^ 
■101 for the Surcb«rgf« for that he u difturbid of tb< Pi 
L ^fUl Lind. j^<r^* of tbtr< Cabs. 



Bicnr ;. s 

Writ iff Aimuftrement cf pAfinru xj^ 

But if the Lord furcharge tbc Common, (he Tcnioc (bill i^ g, i. la. , 
Clot b«vc 1 Wric of Adjrncafofcmcnt againft rhe Lord, hot hi- 
(hill have m Adize of Comnion igain/l the Lord. 5#f IT9 E. 

And fo if the Lord do mike Approvement of the Com- i^^* •^•^ 
fnoa unto himfelf, lod do not leave fufficienc Commoo lo 
the Tenant, the Tenant ihall hive an AHize, and not • 
Wricof Admeafurement. And he who hath Common ap* 
partenantcercam. or Common by Grant certain, fball be 
admetfured > and a Tenant fiiall have an Admeafurement 
againil him ; but he who hath a Common appurtenant with* 
out Number, or Common in grofs wichout Number, <hall 
not be ftintcd, nor a Writ of Admeafurement doth not lie 
againil hfm. 

And in the Time off. r. it wis agreed, UNtone Neigh- 
bour ihall have a Wrtt of Admtafurcmeqi agajnil another 

' where they inrcrcommon by reafon of Neighbourhood. 

And if the Sheriff will not make the Admeafurement, be 
thill have an jtltai and Fturits^ vtl rsufim Mi* fignifuts And 
if he do not return the Pluria, he ftiall have an Attachment 
againft the SheriE And the Plea may be removed outof tke 
County by a Pm at the Suit of the Plaintiff without (hew- 
ing Caufe in the Writ. But at the Suit of the Defendant he 
ought to flicw Ciufc in the Writ; And the Writ o( hnt It 
fych : 

^mii sd fttitimim fettntii cpr^m Jnfik*^ t^t. tsti die irqptUm 
ftt^ ifi in CaM, fue ^tr hnvt nofimm inttr K,^h,di tnrn, fspm^ 
rs in N* Mdmrnjur. & frm\ &i. fr^d. B* futd tmft fit iki p'^tf* 

I A, iiidt rtfpmfurmi, i^t, & hshtat^ Qfe. h§( irt\ & /tltud hfve. j E* 4, zi. 
And upon this Writ of AJmcafufcmcnt the Plaintiff (hall Daoby, 

\ enter his Plaint into the County before the Sheriff, as he 
ftall do iii ft Replevin fued by Writ, and upon that the She* 
rifffiiall make a Warrant agiinf^ the DefendanrjCr and warn 
him to appear ; and if he come and plead nothing in bar, or 
grant it, then the Sheriff (hall make the Admeafurement. 
In a Writ of Admeafurement brought againft one of 

I Common in D. the Defendant faid that he had Lands in 
B. and S, to which he had Common in the faid Place, and 

I yet the Writ good ; for it is holden there that the Ooftf r 

I rf the Surcharge (hall not be in the Dme Place only, yet 

[it feemeth all ihe Common &all be admeafyredi Tnnf. 1 t* 
jtdmtsf 15. 

But if the Defendant (hew Caufe unto the Sheriff where- 
fore the Admeafurcm> (bould not be made, then the Sheriff 

l^ught not to make Admeafurement upon this Writ ; but 
le Plaintiff ought to rctnove the Plea by a P«im inte the 

Z I Com- 


Writ §f Mmeafuremenf <f Ta^uh. 

Coffimon PlcM, by which Fwt the Defcodttu Oiitl liivt 
Dty fox ro tppeir, Cfr. And if he ippetr nor, then (hill tf- 
fiie i Dtfinft^st .1- -A^ to the Sheriff to diftitioihc Ptfty, 
ind fuch Day i tiren hy tKic Writ, thu twoCoon* 

lies miy b« kciii utriv^^cri the Dite cf the Wftt ind the Rc» 
rtirn, ttid in the Cauntiei ProcUmation (hitt be mide« tha 
he coiTie tnd (hew Ciufe why fh<r Adrntafurement ftoulj 
nor be made. And if he do not come at the Return of th 
pipftfigMs then i Writ ihall be swarded unco the Shciiff to 
make the Admearurement by his Default; and that U given 
by the Statute of *#V/r. a, csf 8. and the Writ if: 

Rtx Vit, iSt. Cnm A wtfir mlU ^lujlm tfi fm§d B. &C\ 

iftjufli fuftrontfMyir, ammuni^m ftfl^s jn^ m N its f»94t 

t^ flmts bih:ftt%nim0lis d' pcetM tfnam hshifi dikiwi d* sd^fMi 

fffimtt kshndurSt Ptr fit$d tihi frjidpimm, fu$d jtipt 43^ 

dtisthm sdmfnfnr0ri f$c fsjiursm litsm, its ^uid fftdi^, 

& C. fitn hs^tMHt in ts plurm snimsttM (^ ptars fumm ksiitg 

dthtnf^ efr* »i tfjn ftrtintt hMhtndum fnundum liientm imrmtmi, 

fitwm in t^dim vilh Ei qit»d ftjtdiS. A. bshsi im fsfwrm 

ilU far mtimslis & picsr, tfUtK h§htr. dthi, & sd iffmm ftrn 

§0ktnd. &i, 9i &mfhm^ O'c. mt m nihil imdi fnmt fiswt t 

^mrtU ip/tm A sttrfimm^ tnmfU im Brtvi mpfin dt sdmewfrnrsi 

fsftnr, ftstuerimm ^d p$fi m0gn. di^riBhn dentur din iwfn 

ffu^i d«9 C9m tmtsnt. Ad f#t/ prfeUmttmr, fmht ttm vtmisi sSi 

I2<f J ftfpomdtft Ad qntm dttm ft nm vtmnt, fist sdmfnfar^ f€rdrf$ 

fmm: Ti^i pfdcipimm^ fitut sltss tiki pr^ceftr qmd jmfi. ' ~ " 

ditMitme sdmenfttr. f*€. p*flwt. MnSediB. juxtm t(m$nm 

krtoi* naftri tiki mdt dtftHi, C^ jttt* f^rm. (Istni, mfiri 

frpvif <^ tdti, ntpwt f^^f- A. fparttMt n$t fup:r btt ittrmtum Ji 

tif^ri Tiff, i^t 

And when the Plei is removed by ?»m in the Coixiqii 
Fleas, md the Platotiifappeari and the Oefendant, then tl 
Plaintiff ihaJI count igamfl the Defendant* and fee 
Formof the Count in the Bookof Entriei, /ai. ii8. 

And if the Defendaor do grant ro have the AJmeafis 
menr, a Writ fhill idae out to the Sheriff to make Admea* 
foretnent* which (hall be fuch : 

ktx f1r*t &e, Pr^vptmut tiU, fmd $ffmmpti$ tumm 1 2, 
fet fmof, C?c fwi me, &t m prtprts ptrftn* tmn ^ttd&» md 
jmumtm psjluf^e ndmimfn^gndum tt ptr nntm fs(rMmt*i, * 
fnrsndttfui fsc ^tmmuniAm psfiur^ ffddiB us fm^d p^Md%B 
C. dgf nw hMlisnt ptnrM, &c. tt sd tpfit ptrtimt mm 
finmd Uhrmm tentmrmtrnm fmmm^ fW9d hskfwt in isdfm vi 
Br^n^d pr^d, R. Mt0t r« pMJtnrn iUs tft nmmslts ts p>i[ 
|if«i 'Merr dkhtt^ it Md iffnm pfrtintt ishn fumtd. hhrmm 



ffr// pf AimeAfurtmmt pf f^^Bn. 

wmmitum fmmmj ^md haht in esdtm 'viUs, *t ^dtntftfrrsf. ftum^ 
&e, fcire pciMS uram JuJIu. mprtt, ^c. fuh JtiilU tuo, figii* 
Us i»rmm^ Qfe\ 
C After the Pmti rettirned ro remove the Pki out of the 
C<^unty, if the Defendant make Dcfiuk ac the Day of the 
Return of the Writ, then ihill liTuc a Writ to the Sheriff' co 
diftrain the Defend ant, and id the Writ (hall be cnntained 
rhtthe make open Proclamation in two Couotie^, &c. that 
the Defendant come into the Common PJeai at the D^y of 
tfic Return of the DifinngMs^ to anfireT to the Plaintiif, Vf* 
And if the Sheriff return the Writ fcrvcd, and the Defen- 

Idtnt doth not come, then fliiJl iffuc a Writ to the Sheriff 
to make the Admearurement. 
And ir appeireth by the Book of Entries^ /»/. 113, That a Sft 115* D. 
Writ of Admcarurement doth not lie againft the Lord of the 
And if a Man be once tdmeafured by a Writ of Admei* '^^ 3-*^ 
furement dircftcd unto the Sheriff by the ShcriJT, &f. and ^.reJ^Joty, 
afterwards he farchargcth the Common again* then the j^. ^^ 
Party who fucd the firfl Writ, fhall have a Writ to the thenlMm 
L Sheriff^ ciHcd a Writ Dt Sicund* Supermir4fi9ni ; aiid the that ttiitsk 
m Wfitufuch: my^4mli 

r $ftke Lsrd of thipm-i $ftht Dinufna, f« thai fh Ftofte if in tki fame De^rtt at 
iii Lvrd himjflf, % E 1. Admcalurcmcnr 14, Jn jiiimmfurmimt tf Pajture tht 
Dtftndant [Aid that tki Demandanr pendant the Writ hadije3<d him of the Com' 
rrnn, ttnd no Pit m:, for mtwith(ianding that hi had mt thi L^fnmmM ^t^d thi Land 

^ fir whuh the Cofftmm is fur charged, 

^ Rest Fie*, &c, Monfiravii nehit A. quod emm i^t htvtmtprMm 
nuper sihi detuhpt dt eommmitt ^ajfur^ fu^ in N- admenfU' 
randa quam B. injufii fupertntravit , Et tu p*^«» iS per fr^t^ 
€4 f turn noflrum, promt moris ifi in regno nofiro admevf ife, 
idem B. paffuratn t'lam p9ft admenfieram pr^di&. injufii fuptr* 
imit, in ipjim A. difptnd ntn modimm et gravamen^ et contra 
formam flat, mftri fitptr hoc prrvif tt quia eident A juxts 
formam ejufdem ftatut, fuhvinire ^volrnnuj^ ut tencmur : Tihi 
frscipimnt^ quod tu tn propria perfonm tua acctdat ad pafturam 
iSam, tt per facr amentum proborum et legaliufn hemtnnm dt 
kaWva tua^ per quos rei ^Veritas mtlim fciri poterit^ de fectmds 
fuperontratiome tjujdim paflurx diligenttr inqm'r. £t fi per in* 
qnifittontm Ulam pt^finram tU, per pmf, B. poft admenf iterum 
tnjnfte fupironerat. iwenerit^ tunc de aver tit tlht paftnr, HI, 
ultra dekit, nnmit pefi primam sdmenf pofitit, W de pretie iSft>r^ 
mitt refpondios ad Scattafittm^ U fnptftmiTMtim. amrvtus fup, 
Ttfii, ^c, 

Z 4 Aii4 

IVrit df Aimiitfmmtnt ff fdfiure. 

KnA ic ipptirecli by thii Writ, th^t a Mm fhill bivt ■ | 
Writ pi Smpwwerinimi upon the fifft Writ of Admcafure- 
IDcnt of PAfturc, which ii Fumtiil mA dirfftcd to the She- 
riff; if the Sheriff make Admeifuremenc upon that Wtic» 
jnd afrerwirdi the Defendant furcharge the Cotnoion agiifU a 
if wcU as upon i Writ of Admcafuienicnt iwt/ded our of | 
the Common Picas upon i Judgment there given, &c^ But 
0pon the Writ of Admeafurcment awarded to the ShfrifF, 
by which he makcth Admeafurernent, if the Defendant ftir- 
charge the Common after, the Writ of Stcum. iw^§rnurMttm» 
ftall be awarded out of tKc Chancery : But upon « Judg* 
mcnt given in the Common Picas of Admeafurcment, &i. 
if the Defendant furchirge the Common, the Wrirof 5f<««* 
ds $uf$rnmBti9n$ (hall be awarded out of the Common Pleat, 
And the Form of the Count in i Writ of Admeafiircmeiif 
u fuch ; 

If unii frsdiB. furtm fHfritur^ fnai turn dt mm$ 
^"^fi'i' 'v^ firfim, in S, sd ^d idim fUtriwf k*lit <^ kshtrt 
d§itt fiwtmmnmm f»fmr4t turn fMtutf #f W/, in (tntmm mens fm» 
/if. n^unt, B. ^uilihtt snn pr ntitm Mtmnm ffrtin^ Mif^sd, dtf* 
fiifit. exiftti in d^mtmc0 fu9 ui dt fe$d dt fumtmr vif^sf. ttrrst^ 
$nm ptrtin. in tsdcm vitl*, sd qnMi idtm dtftnd, bshi & hmkfw^ 
dthi €9mmunUm fsj^nrgf mm c tntmm ffms^ <^ to Mnt^ t^i, 
fniiihtt Mwn,ftr tttwm snrmm ftfttn ^fitd* dtftrnd. imjmfit fmptn^ 
mfnvit t^mmun ^sftur. pr^rd. vtt^t* B. >t' q^^d %n tm fhrs km* 
iti 0nimMitM ir fictrd fu^m hdhttt Mtt\ Of sd iffmm ftrtimi ^ 
kshrt, nndi dim ^utd ditrnvst. tfi, & d^mmtm bski md 30 Ir* 
C7 fitit sdmtnfitr. 

And by the Writ of StmuU SuftrMtrstku the Plaintil 
(hall recover his Damages againll him that was Defcndam in ' 
the firft Writ, and alfo he (hall forfeit unto the King ihm*^ 
Cattle which he put in over the due Number afttr th« Ad- 
meafurcment made. And all this ii by the Star* of ITa^ it 1* 

And Na/f, That by the Writ of Admcafuremcnt all tbm \ 
Commoners Ihall be admeafured as well as thofe who w 
Parties to the Writ But yet if any of chofe who are Cofli^ 
moners which were not Parties to the Wfirsof Admcafute-^ 
ment^ &e, dofurcharge the Common after Admeafuremeat^ij 
tbey ihatl not forFcit their Cattle, nor the Value of the 
that were in the PaHure above the due Number, bccan 
they were not Parties to the firfV Writ, nor ihc Party fkiH 
recover Damages agatnft them for this Surcharge in thii 
Writ. For the Writ of Sttrnds SMptrtmr^imi doth not lim 
butof^ly ag^nfi bim ag«in& whom the firft Writ vu focd 



Wyit de RifaratUne facienda. 

E Writ it Ri^srMttmt fsiiiwJ^ licth in divers Cafes, 

one is, where there arc three Tcntnts in Common or 

Joint, or frp mdiwfi of a Mill or i Houfe^ &t, which fillf 
Co decay, «nd one wiJ] repair, but the other will not repiir 
the ramc, he (hill have this Writ againft them ; and the 
Writ 1$ fach : 

Rtx Fic\ Qfr. $t A* fitirit, &c. tuntfmm. &t, B. tf C. fU9d 
Jtnt^ it$, $fttTifHr, fUMri turn itdrm A. B>^ ^ C. fu^ddmm m^lmm 
diwtmin N, pro indi*gif. ttntant^ & i^fi ixiiut indi fron/mitntii 
fr9 §qusU partitni indt pfrdpisni, ^ ad nfarsUanem C^ frfitnK 
4JMfdim moitndim tent Ant. sc iidtm 6 £3^ Q, Iktt ftrthmm d$ 
txitibus illit ipjh cmtmgtnt. percifUnt, nfsrAiism tsmm & 
fufiintMthm prddiHi mdtndim tomtrikutrt ($ntrad. in tpfim A. 
d4mfn, mn imdUum & grsvMfJttn u$ ditit, & hshst ih fmf^ 

And (6 if a Man have a Houfc adjoining to my HouSs, 
and he fufpsr his Houfe to lie in decay, to the Annoyance 
of my Houfc, I Ihall have a Wric againfl him to repair hit 
Houfc in fgch Form : 

Pradpi A. qmi^ tfc, reptrsri fsc. qutndMm d»mum fi$sm gH 
i^*qn^ minmt ruinam mLn^tumtntum hkeri ttnemtnti B, inis* 
Jim vilU^ <ju^ repsrsri dtht &ftitff ut dkit, fir^. is nifi^ iSt* 
And fo if 1 have a Pafljge over a Bridge, and ifio* 
ther ought to repair the Bridge, and he fu^er the famo 
to fall to decay, I fball have « Writ againfl him in tbii 

R§x^ f^c. Pr^tcipi A. fV0^) &^* reparari fstUt ims turn E. 
lb" C* p^tixipihus fuis pontem vtl qmoddam fltgimm in N- fiwm 
nfri fmd mm wis repMran dehtt ut dicit, & nifi, &(, vel fie, 
fuendsm pontem^ vtl qnoddsm ftsgnum qui vtl qutd dirut vd 
dirupt. i^^ sd mcumtnt, libiri ttntm. B. in isdtm vdU, fvtm 
vtl fH§d ftctre diktt ^ faltt^ &€. ni dicit ; vel (Ic, rtpsrsri fs€. 
ptm 0, y C, participibm fms ftffats & wmSims in N- ^fl«€ di* 
ruts ftknt ad mcumintum Ubtri tentmenti B. & C fuai vtl fUd 
$0n4ij rtparofi dtbtf&fiUt ut ditit, &€. 

And if any Bridge, Wall, or Scwcr be broken, unto the 
Annoyance of the Country^ upon a Surmifc made by any 
Perfon thereof in Chancery, that certain Pcrfons ought to 
repair the fame, be ihall have a Writ onto the Sheriff to 
difVrain fuch Perfons to repair the fame ; but it appcareth 
by the R^ptfter, that the King (ball fend his CommilTJon to 
tbc Sbcri^ CO enquire who ought to make fuch Bridge, 



xSx Writ dc CmU dauMnis. 

and tbir he di0raif) them to make the fime, ind rcptir if* 
0ac hy the Stitute of sS £, |. riv^. j^. a Commi01an (hilt 
t>ot be aiidc unto fhc SheriiF Co take an InJi61incnt ; ind 
the King miy fend unto the Sherifl^ co didriin chofc Perfoof 
who ought to make or repair fuch a Way, or Caufcyp oc 
pavement, and upon it ^n Altst and P/urm if it be not done 
ind in Auachmcm upon the fatne; and if the findge 
Way be in the Confines of the County, he Ihill have fcv^ 
ral Wrirs unto every ShertCco didrato them in (heir EtU^ 
iricksp that they with the Men in the other Counties ftii 
make and repair the Bridges and Ways, &c. 

And there ts another Writ in the Rcgifler in the TUie off 
the Writ of &r grsvi ft^rils, lhllf» 

Rfx Msjm ft f^€. it A* fsi^im, Em fsrif W. n^tt fjl #/#»- 
fmm qu§d turn nfft hM^tst fntddsm fd^fimm ^m ftrrm tm ^r^d* 
ndU^dt K M< I bshst ^iudd$m ftUrinm tmnt f^rftn m isdem 
vbMm difmftr filMrium fr^diHum dtrmtum tt amfrs8\ sd smN 
m^ntmm ftisni ifflm W, #r ftr frdf L ftfwwdum imfiuimdtmfm 
nniU ff^d, rr^srMT dihist^ idtm tsmtn I. ftlsrtwm tlhd nfm* 
rsn t^nrrsduit, ^r§Mt dUit sd grsvt d smmm m tffom W. #i cm* 
mm (wifuitudmtm fr^dtHsm : £i t^mM mkmm, fmd tdtm W. 

hii ftrtikmfr^d mmditifjfte hint tndt tvrwm rmumikm^ iidim W^ 
$m ffdnrntf fieri fai dtkiium tt ftpstmm jmpnuf nmfh 
fnmt dtjur. tt fietrndMrn twfmtt, &c. 

And thereupon the Mayor and SherilfV^ or BailifiTf Oiill 
proceed, and award Proceff sgiinil the Partici ; and iff 
win not do ity he may hive an Aliss and a Flwriu, and 
tachment againft the Mayor and Eaililij. 



ria Oaud' 
end, 5. t, 
5E. J. ICO. 


U^lt Jc Curia cUuJatdaj and for rtf airing of Htiga. 

TPHE Writ of CmriB tUmdimd^ may be fued before the G 
, X Sheriff tn the County, and then the Wnt if fuch : 
R#ir f7f', &f. JnftUta A. fm^d jufti, f!re, r/jni. iarimm ptmm 
Im M, fe^r 0pirtm tfi sd nptmrnnititm liitrt trmrmfmii B. tm 
tsdem vtSs, vtt in miis wlU^ fnsm dMdtrt dtki tt fUn mi 
dtiit fiiUt rgtimshUftr m«nftrsrt f^tr^f f«*w *^m^ ttsmdtn 
dthst, nt smflsm\ &t* 

And this Writ lieih where one ought for to enctoft; btlH 
Land from hii Ndghbotir, and wiU not do it, he fliall have 
thii Writ ; and the Writ may be fued in the Common 
Pleif, and then the Writ is fttch t 

Writ de Curia CUudenJa. 


in N. qu£ spirts §fi, sd mtumtntum lihri tgntmtnt. (ufquc ibt) i i^, AMtm 
&(, dibit ^r^lei, Et nip. &i, jht^U hmvt 

htfirt hebi dammjitd. Quia ritqec* zj H. 5. Cam Claud, A ^mttnun ii a g^ 
Pits in tht P^rit . 

A And this Writ fliill be removed out of the County at the I iSi J 
Suit of the Plaintiff without Ciufe, md »t fhe Suit of the i6H. 7»j?. 
Defendant he ought to (hew Caufc in the Writ, ind in the *^*^ t-incu*, 

I End of the Writ Ihall be this Claufc : FUt txeeutio htvii, Cj'f. ^^' J**"^^' 
ft iMmfs fit vira, ahter nm, ';^\[ \^^ 

And the QwrU iUndends doth not lie but igiinft him who Jnelfun 
bath I CJofe id j Dining uato the PJiintiff*s Lind> ind it doth 'ndDsmM* 
not lie but for him who hath a Pieehold in the Lind, foti*^* 
Tenant for Ycirs fliill have this Writ, ind the view Ucth in ^^i^*^;7**' 
this Writ. , dauti^H* 

But it fecmeth that if a Man have Common in a great 6. ib.3cc/ 
Wafte to him and his Heirs; or for Life, and be who hath nl^^^.Cur* 
the Land adjoinltig unto the Walle and Soil, and who <^^^"d. 3. 
ought to enclofc, enter into the Waftc, and will nor make ^^^,«»i, 
his Endafurc, yet the Commoner fliall not have this Aftion ^J ^ '* *t 
for the Damages which he fudaineth, &(. although the yH* 7*1. 
Commoner may diftrain the Cattle Damage-feafant in the 2iH,6, sJ. 
Land which is his Common, for the Writ doih fuppofe, Ad 
UHumentum hihtri tent of the Plaintiff which proverb chat 
the Plaintiff ought co have the Soil adjoining, if he have the 
\ Aftion, 

Id And the Procefs m this Writ Is Summons, Attachment iiIL4.I(rue 
■ and Diftrrfs, and if he do appear and afterwards make De» *^7- 10E.4. 
fatilt he ihall have a Difinngat in the Place of a Petit Cspt, J; '3 ^-'^j- 
&i. And if he mike Default at the Day of the Return of ^^*^**"«* 
that Writ, he fliall have a Writ to enquire of Damiges^ ^ u a 
and alfo a Writ to diftrtin him to make the Reparacioiif^ ^a q1 * 
E &€^ And in this Writ in his Count he ought to ^cw the 
Certiinty of the Land which the Plaintiff hath adjoining 
unto the Defendant, and the Certainty of the Land which 
the Defendant hath ihcre adjoining which he ought to* 
enclofc. And to ailed gc a Prcfcription of the Enllofure» 
&c. af appcarech in the Count of the Book of Entries, 
fei 31. So it is holden 22 R 5, for if it be by Indenture 
or Compofttion, then he fhall be put to bis Writ of Co* 




tVrii •/ Qm Jure, 
T^ HE Wnt of S^ Jmri, where a Mm htth LioJj ui 

^^B Jl Fte, tnii another claimeth Common in tbac Laod, 

^^P he who ownecb tbac Land (ball hive thii Writ againftP 

7R4.tE.lrtbat Commoner who claimeth the Commofi» and the 

9is gmd Writ ii fuch : 

FiiMUfsj ^ 

$it$ It hs$h mfkii^ in $kt Umds hi whiih bt tlmwmk Cmmmh H 

iLiX rH\ &€. SiA.fnmt^ Cfr. tint ffm\ &t, t f»a/ J&, 

A. fieut tdim A. mti bsht csmmmtism imttrrs iffm B. ntc idemG 
B firvitium fm»t^ f «^« t^mmniUMm i« rifr^ iffm A. ijltrf 
i^tf^rr. If I i/#4r, <^ hshsi tndt, &£. 

And thif Writ licth for ibc Lord of a Town, or of a 
Wafte, or for any other Tenant who claimeth Cootmon to 
his Land; although he be not Lord of the Wa&e^ nor thcH 

And thtf Wrk ii a Writ of Right in its Nature, |or wfaen 
che Plaintiff hath declared in this Writ, the Tcoincfltall 
make defence and ftt oat bts Title to the Commofi« md 
etledge Scifin thereof, and the Efplcw, Ei fmd tdfp jm 
fmum tfifty &€, as the Demandant (hill do in a Wiit of 
Right; and then the PJaintiH* tn the ^m jitrt Dull suite 
Defence, and deny the Sciftn alkdged by the Defendant, 
tqd join the Mife upon the mecr Right, or by BactatJ, ind 
fee the Count and the Form of PJcading in a ^m jur^e^ UK 
Smt* 9^. and 9o. 

And in a J^iia J«rf brotigbt by two, Summons and Sev«^ 
ranee lieth, and the Nonfuit of the one fhall not be the 
Nonfoit of the other. And this Si^ jmn licth agatoft 
fevcril Tenants, as it appeareth, B. 34 H. y, But in riwc 
cafe they (hall, it feemeth, make feveral Defence!, and mtk» 
feveril Titles, and join the Mfi fevcrilly. And the View 
fiii]] be grinted in this Writ. And toe Proce& in rhb 
Writ USummoof, Attachment and Diftrcfs, and after Ap» 
peirance if the Dcfendint mtke Dcfaulr* a grand DiftrrfiL 
fiiiil ilTuc out in the Place of Ftta C*fi, &c. 





fVrit dc Rationabiltbrn Divifis. 

THE Writ dt RMUmshihlm Divijh, is in its Nature a 
Writ of Righr. And licth properly where two Men 
M hivc Linds in divers Towns or Hamlets, fo thtc the one i; 
feifcd of the Land in one Town or Ham Jet, and the other 
of the Land in the other Town or Hamlet by himfdfi 
and they do not know the Bounds of the Towns or Ham- 
lets, which is the Land of one, and which is the Land of 
the other ; then to fct the Bounds in certain, this Writ 
Heth for the one againft the other; and the Form of the 
Writ is fuch : 

Rrx ru\ &€. Prdtif, tihi fmd jufft & fin§ diUtimt f^t, 

ifft rsti9ils$iltt divifss irtttr ttrrsm A* d§ B. in C. & tirram 

tJD, diE. tn F. ftnt tft dthnt & filfnt, wndt idtm A, fnerif, 

t/md fr^diB. D. flut indt trskfi ad ft^dum fuum ^umm sd ipfum 

ftrtmet hshtmd. mmptim, &t, Tffit, &c. 

And this Writ lieth for Tenant in Fee-iimple, and 

agiinft Tenant for Life, and in this Writ the Tenant for 

Life ihall have aid of him tn the Reverlion, and they may 

foin the Mifc in this Writ, and it ihall be tried by the Grand 

Afiixe, as other Writs of Right fliall be. 

And thts Writ is VumtuL and may be determined by 
the Sheriff; For the PlaintilF in this Writ fcafl mike his 
p Plaint before the SheriiF, in Nature of a Count, and opoa 
the fame the Sheriff fliall make i Precept to warn the De- 
fcndantf and when he cometbJlie - Plaintiff fhall count, 
and the Defendant fkall anfwer the fame in the Count, &t. 
and if he deny it, then the Sheriff fKill make the Divifion 
and Partition of the Lifid between them by certain Metea 
and Bounds. 

But if the Defendant will plead and \d\n the MJfe upon 
the mccr Right, and put himfclf on the Grand Aflire, theo 
the Plaintiff ought to remove the fame by a P§ni, with- 
ottt Caufe, and the Defendant may remove it with Cmufe, 
as It is faid in other Writs* And the Count in this Writ U 
in this Form : 

Et idem A. ••«/# vinit & dicit ^ufd am rstints^Ut & r90m 
di'oif (ffe dtktnt inttr ierrsm pradOfsm N, &c fn S & f#rw 
rsm iffim A> & B. divifis pr^edi^, imifitnt, vtrfm Boreant 
$n qu9dam Ui9 mci^t9 K. & fit dirtffi vtrfm Auftrum im 
im^ifudtnttn fir L* nfym E. ultr0 fu^r di'^ifss fradiBw W, 
&t. nihil bshn dtkt wrfm Occtdcntem, tdtm N, &ۥ nhrm 
dtvif fr^d, $f»nmt Md ftidwm fmm in Si d$ tirm fffm A. 

a n 

%S6 Writ $f Ex fAtti iglis. 

I 119 ] immi ^er## wnr^ & f^P^^f ^* ^^* ^^f A. dtiif fmd * 
imm W. n^ftr fmi fitm fmi ftifitm im d$fmmt§ fm mi ds 
fft divtrfss mttst ^ hndst ifwfr, pdtst ttmfwtt^ &c. ntftt 
indt tx^itt. &c. sd vsttMi, ^ fmd mlt fit jm J»mm fffirt^ 
Aii<i Che Tcnmc miy join the Mifc by Bitttil or by Cfi 
Affifc, &s. 

And diven Tenants in common of $ Town or Htoili 
miy have this Adton agiinfl htm who is Teniot of anochi 
Town adjointng, and chcy fliaU count one Count, aj 
ihill m»ke chcir fevefil Titles in thai Count* and Oaall 
ledge the Efpkts fcveraUy in the (ame Count. Which ] 
in the Book of Encrits, /♦(* 1^7* 

And the Defendant fliill make His Defence feirrral igain 
e¥cry one of thcro* or may wage Battait^ or join the Mil 
at his Pleafurc, and then the Plaint iffV (hall reply thei 
and recite anew their Count, and atlcdge the ETpk 
before* aud then join to the Mife with the Tenant opoDil 
meet Right, or by Battati at the Pieifure of the Tcnifi 
And If they do join the Mife in the County before the Sh 
ri^y by Battaij, it OiiU be determined there, but not by tl 
Grand AfTife, &c. And itfccmeth, that Tenant in Tail.n 
a Parfon of a Church, nor Tcnint for Life OitU not hat 
this Writ, for he ought to have an £(late in Fee who maiii 
taincth this Writ, and Summons and Severance Jicch in th' 
Writ, and the View fiiall \>c granted in this Writ. 
Jointenancy or Coparcenary h a good Plea in this Writ, an 
the Writ may be brought againffc federal Tenants, who hMi 
Tenements in fevcralty or |n common in the oilier Town. 

WVfV Ek fatu talis. 

THE Writ of Sx fsrtt talit Ilcth where Auditors 
^ aHIgncd unto a Bailiff or Receiver to iccncn^t, iii^ 

*^f{^^^*f^tht Kudkofi will not allow un^o the Baitiffor Rcc-ivcr htf 
cimpt f I, reafonablc Allowances, which they ought to do^ but commit 
Vpm tkit him to Prifon ; he who is fo imprifonAl fliall have this Writ 
tVnt 9fEt £jf p^rtf tsttt, He But if a Mm brings a Wiix of Accompr^ 
fjT&ii ti ij' •"?* Auditors are alHgned unto him who is Batltff or lU* 
1/ thi Bx' ceiver* to take his Accompt, and th.y will not iJlour him 
(kt^Mff uft his Allowances which they nught to do, c^r. he flull not 
i$sBtmm have this Writ of Kx ^Mrt$ tstk, nor any other Re roedy tii 

tbi Writ hatk fmd thi Mmtr h //^ Cmmmtdmm^ 4 '^ Qwmtr, w^Ueh fm 
iimir^ witbm Wn$i% §r TmUj if tkt jmm. t 

iVrit of Ex far' talis. 



And if a Plei of Accompc be fued ia L§ndm ignnfk a Re* 
ceiver» &f. or in other Court of Recordf and the Piny ap- 
pear, and Auditors are afligncd him by the Coarr, and chey 
will not allow unto him fuch Allowances which he thinkcth 
they ought to do ; he (hall hi^e a Writ of £x fsrti SaUi, tnAf 
the Writ is foch : 

ReXf t^c. Ex ^Mrtf A. C9^si & dutnti in frifmm mftrs 
Line. fr9 arrtrsgik fpmpoti jii, in fuiiia B ^J'trit i^fum fikk' 
tmt, di ttmftrt ^mt fuit Mhvut fum in M> nAis tft ofletifittm^ 
fittd muditfra ctmpoti fr^dt^, ftr iffmm B. md htc dtpmtt^t. ip^ 
jkm A. fttj^ir i^dtfn c9m^ot9 iwdikit. gravMVinmt^ mertnda tfm\ 
frnm de mentis ^ qud mn rtttfit^ vei non Alhttnd^ ei txpenf, if; 
IshtfMtimti rmt9HBbil($y in spjiu* A dsmnum mn trt^dicitm ef 
grsv0inm. S.t quim mlumm^ quod tidem A< injunetur tn hMt 
p0rtt, tlhi frd€ffimm^ qu9d fi fr^di^. A* fir ttflim^mum au^ 
dittr. (9mp9ti tihirst, fuertt^ tf iwven^rit tiii fnffic. msnu€*ff, 
^m ittm m^na^apiMnt kabite tor^m Th^fMwrsrio it Wrwmh, m9* 
^fit m ScAcc4rio mfir^^ md rtddend. pr^efMi. B. e^mpotum fnum 
jmxtn fvrmBm ftstuti dt ctmmnni cmfili9 regni mftri indt 
prtvif^ tttnc ipfmrn A, m prifonm pr^edt^s^ ^ tn ttcsfifnt & moPt 
stis diUmnt. m tndtm^ driiktrmri f*e. ftr mswiunpiom. fitprs* 
d$B\ Et JcirtfMC prgidiB, B. quod tunc fu ibi cum rttid^ «t t^K 
Hit, ptr fU9t pradiB, A. tmtp9tum fuum prim rtddidtt md fsm 
t nudum & rtapitndkm m prjgmiff fwd d€ jwi tt faundmm 
f§rm0m flttuti pr^d indtfuerit fsamdum^ tt hshtMs ikt mmimm 
mmnUQMpt, iilor, tt hoc h9*v§, Tifit^ &t Vide Stat* iadc 
Wc(Vm* 1. cap. ti. 

And this Writ fhall be returnable before the Treafurei^ 
and Barons of the Exchequei at a certain Diy, as it appctr-' 
cth by the Writ, 

And if a Man have Auditors ifligned him in L§ndm by 
the Pirty who takcth rhc Accompr, and will not allow his 
Tailiea or other Things to be aUoivcd, but commit him to 
Frifon, and becaufe he is i Stranger in the City he cannot 
find Sureties to bail him to fue his Writ of E» ptntt tnlit^ 
^c. Then he may fend unro the Chancellor, and furmife in 
the Chancery, and put in Sureties before the FCing there, and 
thereupon he fliall have a Writ unto the SheritT of L9md9m 
out of the Chancery, rchearfing the Matter^ and how chac 
he hath found Sureties there, according to the Statute, com- 
manding the SherilF to deliver him out of Prifon, and the 
Writ (haltbefuch: 

Rnt yic. Lend, t^t^ Ex f #r;# A. &t. (ut fupra ufquc ibi) 
w«n mpdiiwm tt grnvsmtn, Et quin idtm A. f§rinftiy$ tft im 
Qi^^itntt Mpflrn Lond. n ^S^^m^ ptr futd msfmtsptfrgs d§ 




II & II* 
14 a;. 

fVrii pf Ex fsrii tstii. 

jjir«ft> c^ Bsrmtkm mftrtt dt UMttMfH md rtddrnd, 
fwmm fradtilmm ^ md f^atndmm mittrim, (^ riftft 
Cwi0 ntfir^ i$nfidfrskit mm fr^wnf. nnffWi situ 
fBsm dt OvifBii sh i$dim A. sdmitttrt ncufsfiit, 
Jiijfuimt* msmuMft$r, c$r0m mhit in Ctnull^f. m$firs 
viz* C D. 6* £. di nm, EboriC, f«« fm mMmmt^ 
$ir§ €9rsm Tkefsur^h nnl fjm Utmm tmmtt, (^ B^m. mifHt 
dt St^ff^ftf i» juind. Psfihjt^ ftpmm f^tm* sd wmtm 
ihidtm etmftSmm Jmmm fr^diH. & sd ftsnd, rt&w m M 
ftamdum ftrmjm ftsimf, dt e^mnnm, tmfiif ngm m0rl 
fr$vifi Vdm msndsmm, fit$d tffum A. ^ fnfvJiS ptt 
is Hisfmi & nm sits dHmgsimr m isdtm immm 
fst. per msnmsft. frnpfsdiH. Et fttn fse frsdiB B, 
iwmi ft^ &i, fir fstt fr^diB. A* nn^mm fwmm frtmt ti 
imm fuprsdiBmm & sd fsamdmrn (^ reti^imdmm ^ 
fimm fwtrtt, & tmfnmm wstim. Ei ksktst ik kn 

An^ If he do rentiin in PrUba, kc miy Cue the 
tslit returnible before cbe TrcAfurcr tnd Birocii 
Emtkifser^ and thereupon he |niy bive tnatbcf Writ 
of the Chinccry dtrcQcd unro the Ticifurcr and Ban 
of the EjttbtfMir, that they tike Surctiei of bint who ij 
in Prifon accordtng unto the Form of tfao Snturc ; mod 
tbit they deliver him out of PtiCorit >od ihafl bi¥e 
tbcr Writ tinto the Gaoler^ that he fend his Body bcfiii 
the Treafurer and Barons of the Exchequeft iod that b< 
dtti¥tr the Body when fbc Treafurer and larofu fend 
him a Writ fo to dOf &c. which Writ appear etk in tti« 

And tf a Mart be committed to Prifon by Audkofi lor 
Arreartgef of hii Accompr, and after warda efcap^ otft of 
Prifon^ thcGiokr fball fatisfy ihc Party at whofc Suit hi 
was committed, and the Gaoler (hiU have a fpccial Adton 
upon the Cafe upon the Prifoner ro an fwer tbe Efcape aiKl 
the Damiget which the Gaoler hath foiliined, which Wric 
as among the Wrirf of £x psrtt tmia 10 chc Regidcr | but ic 
feemff reafonablc that the GaoTrr iiuy take the Party agti^, 
tod fd tj tbe Opinion of fome Booki* 


'Writ ofEiecutioQ upon a Statutc*Merchant lleth in 

Cafe, where a Maa is bounden in a- Statute-Merchant .- 

before any Mayor or Bailiff of a Corporate Town, who ^Jl'^'^^^* 
have Power to take fuch Bonds or Recognizances, to pay ^c^mtk'tK'M 
certain Sum of Money at a Day, at which Day he doth not knowUd&tJT 
pay the Came, then he to whom the Obligation or Recogni*r« mt^fw 
fancc is made, may come before the Mavor, or him before ^^ *»*^«t^ *' 
whom the Bond or Rccognifance was taken, and pray ^i^^v^^f^** 
to certify the fame into the Chancery under his Seal according c^f^m^ 
unto the Statute of ABon BurmU and if he will not certify if u ^nH 
the fame as be ought to do, then the Recognifee may have dttiiHredm^ 
fuch Writ d ircfled unto the Mayor ; the Coftmi' 

Rex diunh fsbi M^j«ri Line. & T* CUr'm ad rtcogmtmimI^^> ^^^^ 
dtbiUrum a^d U Auifundum defutatit f^kt. Ex farti I. w-^/^'^^^ 
bii ffi cflcnfitmt qmd cum R* am, Ttgni nQJlri dicim^ c^rsm pi^^^ ^. 
W» nuper fiujore vilLt Line* Cff* H. mnc CUrko ad hujitfm&di comp:* 79. 
fH^Muma in uJim viiU accipendas defunhf ra^fficvifit 
ft dtbtre ff^fat^ L 14*1 j^xU fcrmam ftatuH dudim apd hQiQ^ 
Gurnet fro merum, idUi^ tirtis urminit fclvtnd, & Ikei 
iermm filmcm§ frjtdiB. jam din ftmt eiapft, idtmqui L iwi 
f^fms rtquifitrit^ ut noi in Cameilar, nofira de rtcogn* pr^diB, 
JMj^ta ftrmjm ft^titt, fr^d* certificareiis, 0" wj iamen nos m Can* 
celUr* nop It fr^J fa^er rHcgnitivne fr^d* hucttf/tte certfficare 
t^ftiklifih, G? adhu diferthf undi qu^mfhrimum Jdmiramur^ 
K^M mjttdmui quod fiTuUth rotulii de huittfmdi rmgnit, t^* 
}f^f, W. d* H anit,prjed.f4{lis in mflodh vtjlrdf ut dicifut-^ rx- 
iflentihus, ft inventfitn ncpgn. fr^d in fcrma }r^d. faQ. fuifft (J 
utminos fiitttivftis prad, tUffn fuife & m$ in Cameilar^ mfirJt 
slm indi itfhfiui^ nm fuiffi^ tunc nvs in eadem CameUdr. fu^ir 
rmgnitmt fr^d, diflindt & afate^ juxU fi^fmrnftaiuti pr^d* 
fab figiUi pro rutgniti^nt mtriaurum fbtdtm defuUth (tnifitetit ut 
ultifiui fiptr hi fitri/dfidmia, quUfHundmnformim pr^diBi ftatui . 

f/kcr. fdcittidum* 
And if he will not certify by this Writ, he may fuc an 
Ali0t and a Plufitf and Attachment againft the Mayor and 
Clerk', and it appeareth by this Writ, thatif an Obtigation 
be once certified in the Chancery, it ought not to be certified 
ag^in without jfidnvU made, that Execution was not Toed 
ypon it, and then he (hall have a fpccia) Writ unto the May- 
or for it, for then it Ihall be takea as a feveral Obli^ttoa 
K ipon every Ceni6catc. 
m ^^ ' At Ai 



H^rii of Exccutm ufon 4 Sume Hfmbanh 

Atid ijfb it ought to be ccrtificil under tlic Se»l of him I 
wh# b dqiured Co fcil Che Obtigiiton, And if the Mayor] 
do make hts Certificate unco the Chaiicery, then the Psny 
fcal! have a Writ to execute the Statute, ihui : 

^rt Vic Line. /i/«f. Pft/J A. dt% m^m. C.&C, cUrUimd 
rrfe^att dthtfinm Ofttd L. Mttiffind dtftUit, vel 6Cf lerttm IX 
Mtjiffii vel (kt ro/rfw L. »ir^r Mjpre Ctvmm mfir^ Line, 
(^ F, C//f n0« vr/, tunc Cltnco ad rttff^nftienem dthimttm i^d L^ 
muffttud. dffut ftiegnffVit ft dthift £. lo. hhA% ^ts ii fiiw0w 
dfh!iil)ei ^d ftftum^ &€,s)M* £fu Qp tat ti ncndum f^ittt utdiiL 
titr\ Tihi }T4ttift0ai$^ ftU mfu% ^tsdid. A. > Uunsfit^ tsftsM 
fy*tmprifin, mfifn fttv^ at/l^ir^faoai, d^nn itdtm E« dt fr^iB^^ 
dtbihviiiXHUfrcMifftAmfnhfrMdiO, E» df ftitdtQ. lo.Lflfnfi 
fMtifftiirit^ Et ^tulan im fr^aftvn mfirmm fur it rxrc*/* «0f/i| 
fart fjff^s in Otli^hb S. HiU* uhiamqu* Qtt, fcr literai tBU fi* 

J And this Writ may be retufncd as wet! into the rooiffionl 
Plejias King's Bmch. And if a Mau make a Sututc MefH 
chant of 100/. payable at <liven<lays» if he h\\ of Payi 
at any of the faid Days, the Rccognlfec (hall ftic Eiecytlofi J 
that Oa^ and (ball not Aay his Executioo uml alt the Dirl 
J are psft, ^s he (hzW do of an Obligation* 
- . If a Man be lx>imd to pjy 20 7, at divers Dfi»y% he 
ht^ffTt 19^^ have an Aflion of Debt upon the Bond, until lU 
§!v»y'f M.^^y^ ^^^ 1- *** 8^^ **^ ^^ ^**^ *^ boundert in a 
J07.51 H/chant be a Clerk or Abliot, ijfc. then the Wiit 
#*coDr Tf is of another ( ormi vi^, 

M.t. «4' R#x &c. f«^? A. ^rJSfftf ta'tfyidi 0. wriw, ^, ftmifi^mm 
Brodcncil* ^^^^ ^u^df^^dta. \o L di hnh & c^uUu ifJUr A. 19 Joia* fji 
mfibttths fme diUiipne InMrif & iufid. h h^Uft fiU U f^^a 
hcfriKtftum, 5cc. 

For a Cfetk (half not be arreftod bf his !kHJY upon thai 
Statute, and if Proccfs be -aivarded to arrcfl him, by d:ial 
Sea tDte he (hall have a Writ onto the Sheriff- f^^^' hr do nut 
trouble or inoltft him, and if he hare ai 1 for the 

fame, that he deliver him, if he know i-.> s,^.. .,.. why b#^ 
Olould not enjoy the Privilege of a Clerk : Aod in Tome r« 
Wnt there is \% a i^rovifo put in the End of the Writ tli 
Provifc ^ntd pmd* dtam iih. di ten. knn & utAh 
A. H It on Irvjt^ fan. jtwufirm/rm flMtuii frmdtO. /nov 

If a Man be boundcii In a Statute Merthwciaaol aod 
the Starotc at the Su^t of the Recogntlet if certified in the 
rhincery, 9r\d 2^' he dieth* his Eiceu 

Jlavc a fpcci4 W( . -c Mayor» ret^itios lh< 


fVrii 0/ Execution upon 4 Statute Supte. 

care before them, commanding them to certify theiamcagaia 
into the Chanceiyp and the Writ is Aich : 

Menfir^vtr. mcbn L. & W, ixecut. tiftmitn, L, tie B. fwrf 
tm R. £5*f. ( ut Aipra ufquc ibi ) jitxu fir mm fiiluH pf^d^ 
tttiifWfth ; vci tamtn fro to ^upd fer rotuhs vtflfH invt; 
niflii ^Ufid €an€fllar, neftra fufer eadtm rticgmtiea, aims ejfii 
uriific, quUqkid in At faar, nan turaftiSf at pr^d, tzuuK «- 
Tim nobii in Cartceilsr* ncJJra iftrfip0iim ccnjjituti gfftrueruni ^ 
atifM4m fxetttt. tHognit, psdiQ, in vita ifjius h, ftit fofi 
mcrttm fuam virtun €trisfttfit. indi in CameU. ffitis /a3. nui' 
Uunui fad. /"'^i W mhii fufflkaviT. ut phi in hat farti vt- 
limm di ftmtdio fravidere. Ei ^uia eifdtm execat. qujfenUi juJJg 
foterimui tn he fArtt velifHys Jithenirr^ v^bn mdndamtti ^ quod 
Jiruut, Totul, Vffflr. hujufmcdi THOgnit. confingint. Jl inventritis, 
fuegniU illam in ftrmn frgtiiU, f^Q^m fviSe, ^ tcrminof [ok- 
iion* tmnfaCloi fjft^ wt tfi didttm, font n6% in CdnieUar* mfttafuftr 
racgnit. p^ed, dijlindt ^ a fer it fub ftgiUii vefirn fro rtagn, dp* 
tiUr. ibidem dtfuiai, frout nfris </7, itnifitHis^ non cbfiantt Can- 
itUMfn noflr^ friui inde extitii certificata. Tefift 6cc. 

But this Writ is not granted but upon Affidavit and Oath 
made by the Executors in Chancery, or by him who would 
have Lh)t Execution. 

IVrit of Execution upon a Statute Staple. 
Nd if a Man be boundcn before the Mayor of the Sta- 


_ pie in a cerEain Sum, to pay at a certain Day, &^* and yj - 
lie do not pay it according to the Statute , then he to whom 2i,*Finch- 
thc Obligation is made, fliall come before the Mayor and den. Exe^ 
fticw him the Sutute, and pray him to certify it under thtcuiicrs JhaS 
Sea] into the Chancery, as he (hall do upon a Statute Met- btjwtijir^ 
chant* Or the Mayor m^y award Execution if the Party be ^^^^^^^fh 
dwelling within his Jurifdifiion, or have Lands or ^^^^^^t iMndj 
there, &u And if the Mayor will not certify at the Requcft g^t 7 R, L 
of the Party, then he (hall have a Writ out of the Chancery Exicmion 
unto the Mayor to certify the fame, as he fhatl havo upon z4^>thepMr 
Statute- Merchant (hewed in Chancery v and upon the fame^J^f^^** 
an Altaic and a Planes, and Attachment againft the Mayor '^^falTon/^ 
jjced be^ and when tlie Mayor hath certified the Stature ^^^^^jj,^^ 
under the Seal, then the Writ of Execution (hall ilTue forth jiw*^7p */ 
agalnft the Party, to arrcft him, and to extend his Lands, ^^^«f 
^c. and this Writ (hall be always returnable in theCban-^^^'-^'^J' 
eery, and not in the King's Bench nor Common Pleas, as 
the Writ, which iffaeth forth to do Execution upon a Sta- 
tute-Merchant^ and the Form of theWxit Isfuch; 

A a 2 Rtx 


r m 1 


Rix vk. Urn, UUu Q^U R, ii W. xx. St Sffttmk^ ft 
«mi. ^umm E. if B. AJjj^ri >iifi/. itf)2f. i^? B. U m§pu 
dektsr. Iff ««iii« P^fwU Mttfifwi* hf^it, rtt^iimM ft dimw 
Wt ii F. #fl» Ukr. &t. f»4i ci p/vJjJc dihut^t in Ftfh &€*i9m &€. 
Ei fUi ii mrndtrm fetvit^ mi Jic Tik ff^^ifiomi mt^ offtt fHii^ 
R-Ji lmu% p uf. gf iM ^nfiuM n^fitg d^tut iidtm W, di "^ 
dtbito fiim fitnfntTit^ fdvQ afted, £> ernnu miu ftp* 
if^ut R, w ^UiV4 tus fit ficrsmnh fre^rsm Qr Ugdiim A#- 
mMum dt hMviffU. tfturd verttg% mtl$M\ f^ri i.trrn )mJts 
Vifmm v4Utem mmid* dUtgtm* uttwdi 6f ^/ ^ '« •** 

ittm wcfirmfijftritsu &" ts }r^f, W. ^vwr/Jit* y^^ -, » : ' -^^ < ^ 
[m%fiB,fuf iihitii, stjmxt^form, »tdtn4mn^ indt fiQ. * ■ 

bci ffdifft* n^firum fuifit ixnat, fitn /j£. mbh in C4MUi*. -....,■ 
m Cf^in. anim^rtnn fr^xm. futKTt uhUuMqvi tstwt fmrit ftr UttTdM 
i»a $ figilhuh fe> habeas ttt hie tnvf^ w* 

And bv this Writ it appcarcth that rbc Sheriff may arrel 
[ iior, and extend and rikc hit Lands* Ooodi an" 

i and return the Time Extent in Cbanorry, 6^ ht^^ 

tiicrcupon the Conufee may foe a Writ unto the Skenff oiiT 
of the Chancery to deliver bim the Lands and Goods to the 
Valaeof the Debt, which Writ is calJeil IxUtih^ aodiirodi: 

Kfx f7c. &C. Cn/w R dt W. II* die ( ufque ibi ) ftr HiifMi 
fpSiU\ & tone fie: Ai tu nchn tttur^spi, fti»d ffdd^f^ 
fml imytnm nt hU^v* tfu, fefi^Msm breve utfit» ttki UkfU^ 
fid f»d ufiftt fit m^m n^h 9wmu ttrrst Sp lemmmm Qf tM^ 
iffimi R. fJi di04 hMv4 iif^f ^ ts txtiwdt 8f ^fiHidfifMifi 
JMXtM tenprem ki^i% mpflri pfdtd, vn* d%Bi pattit mum mf:u£U 
fB£ Affreuunt, ad fBiMftn librsi, Ttbi ff4iifiwiU f^ t^^ 
^muta teffMt Qf lenemenU^ & e^tiU putd. ftr ft im jvjmj c^J 
^ idfta^ fi i4 fee etieni 8^ #/fff. ptid* ksbere vflmentt Hhrwi 
haitnd, }ii4tA fftm* erdtn^lm^ fr^d^ fionffwe fibt de dein§ p^J 
fu§r, fiutf^B Et piLtltr ktt frdteftim mftrum futrn tuan, 
fti, m CAtitdL mjira in ^winden, Pufb^ frtx.fiUur. i^Mp^ 
/nnif ftr tstent^ &c. Et ^i^ji, &C. 

And if a Man be bounden before the Mayor of tlie Su% 
or in a Statute-Merchant before another Mifor, fr r, ad 
have no Lands but in Ontkim^ or other County PaUt 
then mjon the Cercifiutc of the Statute made by the M 
€fc. upon the Return of the ShenfF» that he hath lof 1 
nor Tenement! within hi* liailjfwkk, the Pjf 
that be hath not any thing but in thr rourii\ 
and pray that the Tenor of . y be rcat liij 

to have Execution done, ars imifc be 

f jch Writ. 

Wirh to Jo Execution in a Count/ Palatine. 

R£r viVifsBiH in Qkrifio falri t adtm grau Dnnttm. Efifi 
vd ffm Cine, in E^tfie^atu ff^d* fdut. ^u fenert cnyi^f* 
^jjw Jiatm it ft^piiU faBi cor am W, dt W. mtptt Majtrefts^/, 
WcfttT). isJ rupinuknti dtbmrum in t/dem fij^ua attfltnd. 
dtftttau de xl th T. de W, ;Vi» difttnQ, ut diui, &* B. diK. civ. 
Lond. fer Agntttm q\t^ fmt uxvr H- de R* Efifiofai, Dnntlnu 
mufer recogmUi^^i^fer N, ^.nunc Mttjar.diCi.fiafuU iMCawf, n*- 
firammt^s Voiii mittimus frarfentibus inierdufumf ut inf^eHv itnere 
fr^d* ulUrtMs sd ptofecutionem Katharine qn^Jmi ujor fr^/it, 
T. I. F. & Vi* de L. ixecutor. teft^mmti fr^d, T. ixetutknm rt* 
etgrntims pr^d, fieri [k, prvnt dt me & ftcund* If gem Qf t^nfie* 
$Md. regni'^ngL/uerit faciend, Trfte, &c. 
- And if the Statute be not fofficiefttly certified in the 
Chancery by the Mayor, Gl'c. becaufc he hath omrttcd any '/'^V '^•h 
P«rt of the Bond, as theN<imc, or Surname, or other MH-c^ril&^fi 
ttt materiaU then upon Atfidavitmadet that he hath not bad werimadg 
Execution by Keafon (of that Certificate, he fliall have a new itf>7n me 
Writ unto the Mayor and Ckrk, &£. to certify the Statute ^^'^f^^f^Birf 
fuWy again into the Chancery^ notwithftanding his Certifi- '^ '^^^'^ ^ 
CiU made before, and that Writ doth appear in the Regifter f^j that 
It the Mayor dotli make a Certificate of the Statute intOfA^ neere 
the ch^ncery^ and dcJlvercth the fame unto the Recognifcc, f/»^rf /rv^ 
and the Party keepeth the Certificate^ and wiU not put it in- ''^^•S/#ri#fd'* 
to t\\^ Chancer f I and afterwards another is made Chancellor, ^'^^"'^ 
the l*arty ought to have a new Certificate to that Chancellor, rafJrr^tT 
otberwtie he fhall not have Execution of the Statute upon jp^g awn^ 
that Certificate made to the old Chancellor which was not^e^ir^ 
delivered in Time into the Chancery : And then he ought f^^^ '^i^r* 
to fue a Writ in chmery 6\rtikc^ unto theMayor^ to make a ^^J/'^^^^ 
new Ccnificate , and the Wt i t fhaU be fuch ; ^*^'' 

ReXf diC, Mdjori Staf^uU If'^fftmon, ad nctgniihnes dtbi'- 

tnum in tadem flifnU aaifiend, depute filut^ Ex farte D, 

&ۥ nitkis eft (^itnj, qmd turn W* de E* ^t, dmt^ regm nqflrt 

term ttram v^bis in ftifttta ff^d, recogn. ft dchere fr^f, A. 

- xU if* jnxu fcrwam flaiuii ftjpuU fr^d, €ern lermin* [olvend* 

I<Li» tint vti termino futution* ^r^d. eitpfi K. £jp//c. London, 
nnper Canailar. naftro dm in cficio C^nc, ftttit, ftk figttU 
pgiai noflrif front morn eji, tertifiuueritii^ fuis Umcn fr4,d^ 
D. didmn tertijiuL ftnei fe hnmf/ui tetinmt^ ft* fr^f, U. 
»n^r Cane, tni friui mminitim inde urttjtcafiis^ 4h ofieio fuo 
. Cnnc. a din eft Gf txtnit wtraU f^eimau d" ^^^if mnndmaif 
' aned diHrn <er(i/c. pxf. nufer Canu fer v*j fn fat. fine /> 

A a J iHtegr. 



iVrit cf Extcuthn. 

i^iff* wej/j ftftii, & fiTiLiAUt rmln Je hujdfmtdi r 
mtmi ttrsm WiV 4iut. fntd^ f^iH fi iirvtntrau ftts^ 
frmd. fdiwm fmifft^ tttwt Cor. n^t mdtrn^ in i^itm 
fmftr rt€9^fu ffni* JtfiinH* & oftrt JMjtts /»rm^ fiai. ff^J* 
fit figiUo fTi ru6gMiUaMibtn fiipBU fr^. difuji. cf^i*jkel#] 
iadUsitf Kl MUiTiUs fMfir hoc fkfifukmmi^ fudfnndtm f^tm^m 
fbmi fimkf&tr. fuitud. dtQd urttfo* ffm ficfiSs mm ^fUmu 

Bat note, That if in i\iit firft Certificate h« bach nota- 
prrOcd the Name of the Chancellor, that thca he maf deli- 
ver that Certificate to the acw ChanceUorp and foe E^teciuiov 
it, and therefore it iv good to aate the CertiAaKc 
3| to the Chancellor withoat miaiiig lib ^ ' 

Ric^gnifame in the County itfore th€ Sbiuff. 




f F aKUn doth acknowledge in the Coontjf before the She* 
rUF to pay to another a certain Sum of Mooef at a Daf 
cereaio, and do not pay it at the Dsy* then the fODcogioifea 
Bian have a Writ out of the Chancery unto the SlierlfV < 
najidiag biro to do Execution upon that KecogoiiaDOi, 
rri J) 3 the Writ (halt be fuch : 

^tx vU. dec. ULanfir4tvit M»Ht A# fupd atm iffi imftjfij _ 
iw Cffm. SUP per hrru. MpjJrMm % iS idim B. m flmo Om, iM§ fmtf^ 
mvtt ft dfttn fr^f. A urUm fftMwnm id uttmrn Wmm, ftd* 
dfnd, n iimm urmtw itlo iUf/h^ tmndfm fimnfjm tidem A* mm* 
dmti Jdutjm id ^erimmitm fiaukt nrnptiumtm fmm h»kn§ 
mm fniflt, tn tpjias A* dsmum mn wmdkmm ^ gfgmmnu Ef 
fiU fid, A^frpmi^fimfmrU fMhtMsre vsUm, in im fmU Ttk 
fr^afimn, fi&dniu tft^ f^'^' ^ttwim iUsm di hamt$iy iMsi^ 
ii$ iffm% B» It hUsvm iiu IrjAri^ & iUi frdf* h. fim dsUUmt 
hshtft fu, m cUmr sd fo/ indt frrvtwut tttrdtgu Tt}h^ &c. 

Btit it feeiticth Recognifance (haU be made v^b^ i Plea 
depending in the County before ihc Sheriff by Writ 
twccn the Parties in Debt, 6-f. but if there be not any 
depending in the County by Writ, but by Plaiar, Qg. 
thjt Kecogniiancc thaU le made; and it (eeiDeiJi 
ble that it may be uken, as w l n as vhen the Plea of 
depending in the Ctounty before the SbcrilF by PUict. IS 
it were by the Ki«g*i Writ- 

But if a Man come into the fouiity befite the SberUF, tod 
there in Court ackr.G^sIcdgt to pay a certain Sosi of Mooef , 
unto another at a certain Day* QT^, where there k not anf 
PUint or Adion depending, becirixt the Parties, whctJkr 
(hit AckiiDwIedgaiuiC (biO be good or oot, &#/i. Ai»d it 


^^ Writ rf Executiim. 

■ fecms r^fonablc. That if it be twdcr the Sum oF 40 SlnlKnglt 

■ that fudi Acknowledgmeot (ball be good, asKi bind the Paitj^ 
^A And if the Party have a Writ to the ShcriflFto do E^«^ci^ 

tion of fijch Rccognifce (as before is f-iid) and the Sheriff 
vriH not do the facDe, then the Recagaifcc may f«e an AlUi 
and it*lMriei, and Attachment againft the Sheriff, and the 
Form of the Writ 1$ fiich ; 

Rex^ dec Ex f€Tit h, Autfimui^ ^ueJ tarn nuftr tiht pr^c'^pt- 
rmmi^ fued fi B. ru^gmfunt ft dikrt A* /«/«»», tnnc hfnu^ 
B. dfftrin^erti ad ft ad. dtbiu tidm A. fm diUitm reddendo 
«f kcd idem B. ccram u racgna^nt ft dthtrt ffmf. A f^^i*^ 
dihii, umen ipfum B iddihitmn lUud nddend. diilnngtr. hapt^^ 
m$ diftiUzfti, tr adhu£ difm^ in ipfiiu A. dmnum mn mdkm. 
& gravsmfn: Et idea tili p actfimm^ ^it^d fi iu eflt tunc txHV^ 
tim^ fHegnttimn fine dtUthne fieri fiu jiuu UmTtm nundad 
Mtffiri fTMd. & hoc mUd medo cmhtai. Tefle, &C. 

But it feemeth by this Writ, that if the Recognifor will 
not again acknowledge the Debt before the Sheriff when he 
cometii to him to do Execution, &c. but fay that he hath 
paid the fame, That ihen the Sheriff ought nut to do Execu- 
tion. And there rs another Writ in this Form; 

Rn Vii* &c. Prmip tibi, quodfi A. m^gnovn ft dthen B. an- 
ntm f»lid, turn if [am A. diflr. ad ftdd^ debttum iidm B» redd. 

And he may have an dliAs and a Plttria and Attjchment 
upon the fame, &c. And if the Sheriff return upon the ^^/^j, 
fu9d diflttMxit partem fer fr&mttti, vtl ftr siu taid* td wi 
mn iavrnii tmft(tfti^ Then by the Title of the Regifter (hall 
be awarded a Writ of Pluriei reiterAndo returnable. & iUud 
inftfic. TtfuUnd. &a But Quare imtn of that', for it feemctK 
•CO be a good Return ; And Quare if the Sheriff may fell the 
Goods to pay the Rccognifance, for it feemeth by the Regiftcr 
he mav fell the Party s Goods. 

And if a Man be in Execution upon a Statute-Merchant, 
he ought to be found in Prifon for the Rent aud Revenues of 
his Lands which arc in Eiuutun^ ficc that is to fay, with 
Bread and Water, as appeareth by the StatoCc; and if he 
^ave not the fame, he may fue a Writ upon the Statute di* 
refied to tbe Mayor and Sheriff, where he it in Executiont 
that he have the Livelihood which the Statute gireth him^ 

rnd the Writ is fuch : 
R/7 lAa]6ft & f%, Lcn, falut, €^m in Statau de Mermor^ 
tditff tffKii9e4t, quod menateres pro quorum dthitii coniigerit 
d(bit^re% fuos ftr farmam Jlatttt, pradiB, arrejhri & impri- 
finarif invenin ttmantur ddtfiub^i iliU in prifand commnanr, 

Iim &4qMsm ad fafientMrnm fuam* Vpbii ^raitfinm^ yW 
li A a 4 W, 


ff^rii de ftnmkwUfUm fuitni. 

W. it % ff iihtt B. di K. fir f$mm fi^m. tufiri fr^* 
MiitMr gfr^si, gf in frjfffta nsftrt dritnt. p a wfvm 6^ mm 
0Us ditmitwr tn eadtm, fmjdc. » Im ufM^ (^mU fmrt fmkml* 
fiP m tifm t^fimiii fitri awliit, fttJtafirm. SutMti pdi, T. iN- 
Aod upoo tluc he may hare an Mm^ ^lMnt$, lod * 

Wfit dc Teramhlatimi facimda* 


A Writ de fttmMitimi ficiiitdi^ ought to be foed wit fe 
the AfCrnt of both Panics, where they are in Dm\A 
pr theBoonds of their I/]Td(hips, or of their Towmi thei 
they by Affcot may fue this Writ, dlrefied unto the SberV 
to make £he Perambttlationt and to fct the Bouods ind limki 
between them in Ccruidty : And the Writ H fucbv 

lUx Vi€^ dec. FrdCtffimus fifa, ^d ^jfrnift. ttitm t%. d^ 
attti Of itgit. Miiit in cm. fi#, in frffrtt fttfm§ tm§ i 
4d Urrm A. de ^. h N. 8^ tirrm C. di T>> mB.^ ^ 
fsamtDtumfefi UiftfivAd^t, intif t€frtmt^JiBs A^deKimfLi 
urrm iffmt C« di D, in £. itg fud fif/wMin ilU fi§t f*r rfrf«1 
meta$ fy dhifaii Qnin fr^idtQ. A. ^ Cffnenmt /r mtm «4*^ 
in ^cnmUatifitim ilUm^ Qf^ftinfu. Jttflu, mf^u ^fmi W, &t^ 

fuAtucr hf^it Wilt, tx Ulis fU fer^mbnlat, iU\ tMftffnr. P^KK^ 

And the King may make hif CommifSon to other ^Rlbai . 
to make that Perambulation, as well as to the Sbefil^?*^ ^ 
to certify the fame into the Common l^leas, or in tbe ^ 
eery, or clfcwhcre, Ffx, And fuch Commiffioo i 

' « ft graoied to make Perambulation of three or S 

pll. i^st'iirbere thef are in Doubt in t lie Bounds and Limici ll 
and iKn Perambutation made by Aflenf, (hiD btnd at 
Parties and their Heirs. 

But if Tenant for Life be of a Setgniory^ and mother \ 
h Tenant in Fee Simple of another Seigniory adjoiahif I 
forth fuch a WritorCommiffionr by Reafon whereof iT 
ambulation is made, it fcf^meth the fame flsaH not btod 
inReverfion; neither (hall the Perambulation made with the 
ASent of Tenant in Tail bind liis Heir* 

And the Perambulation may be made for divert Tovob C 
iQd in divers Counties^ and the Partiei oa|ht ta cooie to 
Berfon into the Chancery, and there ackncMrledgir and glWC 
that a Perambvilatton be made bctwtit thef9« and the Ae» 
knowledj^ment fh.iU be enrolled in the Cknttrj^ aod theie- 
ip(ao a CoamillioQ or Writ flail ifide fonb. And If the 

Writ de W^rMtk Chdrtd. 

pparttes cannot come in Chancery, cheo they ought to fuc 
forth a Writ of Dedim* ppteflatm dircftcd to certain i*erfom» 
to take their Acknowledgment, and to certify the fame into 
the Chancrry under his Seal, ^^. and then upon that Certifi- 
cate rctorned into the Chancery, That Commiffion or Writ 
may begrantcd» although the Parties do not appear in Per* 
ion in Chancery to pray the fame* 

k fVrit de H arrant m Charts. 

-. *T^ H E Writ of Warrantin CharU lieth properly where « ^ 

^ A Man doth enfeoff another by Deed, and bmdeth him /mj Wirr. ^gj 
and his Heirs to If Vr jw/y, ^c. Now if the Defendant be CIurtac,fAi 
impleaded in an Aflize, or in a Writ of Entry Hn tJic Nature P^^f^^'T 
of an Afij2e, in which Aflions he cannot vouch, then he f^^^^i^ffj^ 
have that Writ agarnd the FeoflFor or his Heiti who made fuch mcdon »«». 
Warranty : And the Writ is, dmtifik§ 

m PUm^ and that was againfi tht Ifm in Tail Irin* North, i Ep 3, Garr, dc ciar- 
tetj ij,i £. i*lb, ^, 

" R<*, 8cc. Pf-fC. A. qucdjufii &c* oarrant, B» Ufum mrfi^r. turn 
£ ^(rufi^ in D. ipi6i Untt^ tVr, di eo unm clam, t^ w^de mrtam ^ TmanNim 
Jam haitt^ kl ditit^ &c, Vel fie : Mancrmm del^.ctm fmin. & common 
§dvHAi.Eicitfu tjufdem viS€ qum ttmt^^c. (ufque iht) imdi (hMil^om im 
ibartam fuam hahety vel c^artam D. ^nrn vtl matin vd Altiriu% f^iilVrit 
Mnteceprii, €uj»s Urn jfft eftt ut ditit Qp mfi^ &c. *.^ w)^^' 

mrt Ifiifftemmtr, mnd a Rtkajt t9 thi Qfhtr fwo, 40 E, 3. 4 1, 4Z. 16 H, d* 7. tf 
the Dffendaur tender a Plea t» the Plaintiff ^ and the Platntiff' wiS mt tmer it i m 
fkali mt kave Advantage in this Writ, 

c And although the Writ doth fuppofe that he holdeth of the 
Defendant, yet that is not material whether he holdeth of 
him or not. 

And alfo that the Plaintiff holdeth any Land of the De* 
fcndantby Homage Aumefl. and hath not a Charter thereof: 
Yet he {hiJl have this Writ of Watr' Chjsu againft the De- fy^;'^v ^ 
fcodanr* and the Writ (hall fay mnde Ckanm habety &c, and ^xX *rir- 
yet he hath no Deed to Ihew. but only fliall hold by Homage r^ntj ^e 
Mnufirel^ which impUetha Warranty, and therefore ia that onfy a^in^ 
Cafe, thofe Words, Vndt Char tarn babei^ &c, are not material. theGrmntet 

ami hi I Heirs 



then te hoi Dcdi 2c ConccHi in the Charter^ per Cunant, the Writ Hah ms, 
. H. J. C .na^. %j. One hr^vgktiks Writ, Undc Charram fuan, 

hibet : the Di, i. Nan habct Charram fuam, and the Plaintiff ccnjrf- 

;rtcrs. xj. One hr^tigktsbis Writ, Undc Charram luam 

i. Nan habct Charram fuam, and the Plaintiff ccnjrf- 

fid tktfame, anajaU it v^i/Chaaa antcccflorii fui, adjvdgrd ftr the D^endan* 


Writ de Wdrrdmid ChdrtM. 

\ H.6. t. If a M n Lcaft of Lands for Life rendring Rent, 

VponOwtU maketh - fijl rendrmg Rent vitfiout Deed, and af 

2i^ Jl war<k Che Ltilcc or Donee is i ti){>ltaded in fuch Aflion whc 
H^^,//-*'^ he canttot vouch, then he (hall have this Writ of If Vr j 
* rf fA*f /i CAjffjf aj^inft the Leflbr or Donor, or hia Heir who harf" 
^s€rfnSt$ Kcvcrfioo: lx)r that Rcvcrfion and Rent rcfcrvcd^ maL 
^ibi$^- Warranty in it fclf by the Statute of Bigimu^ uf* *//* 
JYt ^ ft though he hath not any Deed thereof 

mFii ^"^ ^^ * ^^^ E^^« l-3'*d$ to one in I^cc by Deed by tl 

^im Words, Df^/, f<yii«<^, 6fc. now be is bound to wajrant Cl 

wiib L^nds to the Feoffee by tkofe Words, and tf the FcoSrt" 

. , be impleaded, he (hall have a Writ of *fVftf«' Ch^rtii agatoft 

^J^^« the Feofof . by thefc Words, Dtdi^ w^, &c. but not a* 

'r^^sj, gainft his Heir, for the Heir (ban not be bounden umo a War- 

oitMi. •^"ty made by his Father, unkfs be bind him and kh Hetrt 

to Warranty by exprefs Words in the Deed : At to ftf, 

& hdcrtd, ma $mnii pr^J, ttrrAi^ &C. wirrMiz^m^h &*• 

Bot note. That he (hifl not have the Writ of U'^nmii^ 
Chm^td againft the Feoffor, or agajnft him againft whom 
hath the Warranty, if he be impleaded in any Aftton in Villi 
be may vouch him, for then he ought to vouch him to n 
ranty ; and tf he will not vouch him to Aflton^ he Ihall 
. afterguards have a. Writ q£*#^tffr4w/ii Chirt^, VfL^^ 

m With tVdr/MHfy fof rf<mi>ftbi P^{pt[ 
U'ra, Wood itWBiMn. II a 7, 2, 

If., ace. 


whfT* iht 
kstb,t Re- 

fift jhrnti ic £§mtiffltmdfd, hi fiisU J 

And a Man may fae forth this Writ of ^spf^nth CU^ 
before he bcimptr^idtd in any A8ion. but yet the Writ d 
foppofc that he Is impleaded : And if the Defendant appej 
and fay that he is not impleaded, by that !Hcj he confi 
fcth the Warranty, and the maintiff f> '* '^ ' ' 
recover hi* Warranty, lo as if the Dtt 
(' ' * vouch him to Warranty, and mi cnrrcui muo 
^ , and pteadeth and lofcth, and that the Dcfcndii 

rccuvcr in Value. The Pcfendant fliall have in Value 
tH 4.14 di Lands againft tht* Vouchee, which be had at the Time 
uIITa, 1). Pur hafc of his UUfrgntU C^jrtd, and therefore it 1% 
Hifhmi Pi)ljcy to bring his IVanaftta Ch^rt^ againft him bef^^-e 
Affw/^rii. be fttcd, to bind the Lands of the Vouchee vit 
,Jt that Time, For if a Man be vpuiJled, he ftjll 

M.mfmt _ _ 

myth hthMdatthe Timafjudpitm, fit tki J$Amtm tnjtkti $ktm fmkjeB l$ ihi 

mf V6U jrtdiHt^ or a hUn 9uti,twtd: But rsrhtr hsvt Wir, Chtrr. C 

«» V ^ u! reddtr. Q^xtc if it (ft Lmw st thts O^y^ Br, WtnCbari 

Writ dt Wmmk Onrtd. 

Value, but of the Lanch which he had at the Time af tiie 
V -kher^ and if he have aliened the Lands before the Voa- 
wiivT* lie (hall render nothing in Value ; and therefore it is Po- 
Jtcy to bring his WArrmu Cbift^ agalnft him when he hath 
the Lam! ro render iu Value, And upon this Writ and Judg* 
iDenti the Land ftijlJ be bound. But if a Man recover his 
Warranty by Writ ot^Wranita Chartdt and hath bounden the 
Land which the Vouchee had at that Time: Yet if he be af- 
terwards Impleaded for that Landj for which he recovered 
his Warranty, he ought to vouch him againft whom he reco? 
vered his Warranty, to defend the Land, if he be fued in any 
Adion wherein he may vouch* othcrwife he (ball not have ad* 
vantage by Recovery of hi^ Warranty in the H'^arrMtia Charts. 

And if a Man recover his Warranty in a U'arrjntia Chrt^^ 
and afterwards is impleaded in an Adion in which be an* 
not vouch, as by Aflizc, or by Scirt fachi faed forth u|H}n t 
Fine, (yc. It fecmeth he ought to give Notice to hini againft 
whom he hath recovered his Warranty of the Aftion, and to 
pray him to ftiew him what he (hail plead for to defend the ^ . 
Land, c>c, ^t^re tamcn thereof. q'^^ Oiar- 

Ifa Man exchange Lands with another by Deed, if he be tcri*i6. 
impleaded, he may vouch him with whom the Exchange wai ^ 

made, by Reafon of that Exchange^ and alfo he lliaU have a dl 

Writ of ^Wr^mid ChartJt by that Deed of Exchange, although ™ 

there are not Words of Warranty in the Deed ^ and the Vou- ,, ' 
cbee (hall have a Writ of IVdrrant. Charim, umm ^t^r^ of that* ]j^\] 

And if a Man be impleaded who is not Tenant of the ^^ *(j,* 
Land, but Pernor of the Profits, he (hall not have a Writ of, * 
WAfrsntU Chrt^^ becaufe he can lofc nothing And a Man^Jgf^^ ^ 
(hall have a Writ of Wart mn* Char t. although he may voucH"^^/™ Mf^\ 
in the Aftion brought againft him, and if he do recover in J^j^^J^c 
t\t Wmimi Chsrr^f and afterwards lofe in the AQion TatmntrOO^ 
brought agatnft him, tn which he hath vouched him againft 24E.3!ij.^ 



Vfhom he recovered his Warranty, Then he (hall have a Writ Willbyc. y^, 
which is called Haktefai 0dvitlent\ &c prcfcnily within the ^*^' ^^*J% 
Year after the Recovery, and (hall not (uc forth Sciyar, And 
an Ailt^nee (hall have a Writ QfWATr4m, Charf, 

And a Man (hall have a Writ of iVarr^. Cbari. of LztidMk$ngm 
or Rent ^vhich he demanded a^ainfk him out of Land, irifikc Lmd ff^\ 
but there he ought to vouch ofLand dilchargcd of the Rent, jourdcbrie-^ 
^u if he may vouch in the Aaion, ^^Z 

And a Man may bring his Writ of W^naw. Chsrt. in cfar^cfciou. 
what County hcplcafcth. if the Deed bear not Date in a cer* j^lLi.GxrJ 
tain Placet ^ir County : l^or then he ought to briug the Writ ch. it. acc*^ 
where the Deed bcarcth Dace. But ifa Man bring a Writ of M ^/^^ 


Wrii de Mtfm. 


U^irrsnfU Chsfftt, by Reafon of Homage Aumtflfd, ^c 
^ it ought to be brought io the Couaty where the Ljmi 1 

Scr *Ti ^^^ '^ * ^^^ *-®^*' tofcuff another of Lands by D?S!9 
ai ^\l€>- ^*^^ Warranty, ff the Feoffee maketh a Feoffincot OTetp ai 
*'cwtx>rT, taketh bade an Eftilc in Fee, the Warranty is determine 

liufirf^h in of another tftatc, Amlfo if ^. difleiPe B, and cnf 
'^.'' <:. with Warranty* who enfcoffcth D, with Warranty, 
wtom a Stronger cntreth, in whofc PoBcffion B. theP"^ 
releafeth his Right* aU the Warranties JLrc extin£l, anfl 
rc-encer, and be impleaded^ be (hall not hare a Writ of H^^^ 
Chrtjt^ becaufe he U in of another Eftate by Wrong. Eot if 
a Man be impleaded fur which he purchafcth a Writ of l^sf* 
r^tt» Ch^rfd againft whom he hath a Warranty, and iroocfc 
him alfb (n the AQion^ and afterwards depending the AA)- 
g • OHi a Stranger who hath ancrtntcr Title entretb tip«o him, 
/^ yet that (hall not abate hhlVjnantis CW/< fucd out before j 
^ V fioJ vi. 2t ft* 6* 
4E. t.Gir. If a Man be impleaded in Affile, &^. and he bring 8 Writ I 
^^Imm ^^ ^^rsn^id ChirtA^ and counts* that he if impleaded by 
%n^A- ^^^^ ^^ 5"^ ^^^*^ ^^ ^^^^ ^^^^ ^f ^f ^^^ PUintHf rtsc^ 
mtki ^^ his Wirrranty* he fhill recover hit Damage^ aodalfofl 
'stmrtfifs have the Value of the Land loft, ^ 

msntt * 

^ _ ^^trf be fhsU ncTvrr Dimw^. x H. ^. ^f. ^ ;> ^^/inr, iJmI imihrfCsff ki 
JImii rttPVfr D4rff * ,. . . 

Damjga tttiiitfii^ av 

And a M3n may fue ffjrth divers Wriu of W^trtflty of * 
Cbancri I i^ behave diven Wjxraii* 

ties ag.11 I fevcralJv a-alnfr tbciu. 

And ^ J VV nt of iV^rrM^ 

mon Ljw i cy m^de of Lands i 

And a a MiH have a Writ of U^JrrdMUj$ cMru depeiklui| 
although f^»>^ th/* Plainiiri^'who brought tlie A£llt,n a 
bim wh ' the WitrdntU Ch4ru 

Aftion, L.- ,ai*.v llijll not ahatc the Writ u. , . -.^ 

akhoogh be bath not an AJliozi fucd af^ainft him for die 
Land, &Sh 

fPrit di Mtfne. 

tbe Cqod* ^ 
Deddbe* • 

I T* H E Writ of Nitfu Ileth whcrt there b Lord. Mefiiqb' 
,?«• A aod Tenant, and cadt boH by Owelty of Scnrlccs, at 
by Hr.n »r P ^!r, and lo/. Hcnt r^riy. tipm tf the 
<f^ icd by cJhc Lord Paratnoont fef the Hcnt 



W mi$ dc Mcfnc. 

r or Service of the Mifm behind, he Qiall hav^a Writ ofMtfne 
againft the Lord who is Mtfne^ and by the Writ he (hill re- 
cover his Damages If he be iliftraincc!, oiherwifc noc : and 

N by that Writhe fliall be compelled to do the Service, and 
to pay the Rents, and the Writ may be Qicd in the County 
before the SheriiFi and the Writ is : kt t 

Rtx Vk, &C. Fr^ciffimm tthi^ ^it$i Jafliu h.qmdjuft, Sic. ac thl%l^n' 
qiLuUt U. dtftrvu, f$u C. ah « e*/^*/ de iikro tenmenr^Jui qacd tif in « * 
di frdf. A* dntt in I, ^ unde ^ueni* q«ed fro defttin tjus dijir:it, IVrUpf^tt 
fiiut rjthw4kll. monjiun fautit^ ^U6d eum atfiuuW* dfhtat^ ne "^ needtth 

amplms. &C, «»' f^ ?** 

^ C&unf t9 

Jhiw th* Cfrtstntr of the Trntre (ntwem the Mcfnc ifir^^ the Lord Barmn^mt, hui 
gaterall/ tofdy, that hth9tdahova\ per \t H. 6. u, and ?t> H. 6. 19. t ? E. 4- €, 
if tbire if§ LoM, Mcfnc, andTenaifi^ ana the Tenant is dijiraimd ty the iJirdfir 
which hthnrtgctha Replevin, tht Urd aijowrfh upon a Strangir; the Tfnamtmsy 
have a IVritof Mcfnc : Tkt the Mcfnc cam^t joyn hecMufe the Avmry ii madi tf^ 
9H s Stranger, 

And if ft be fued in the Common Pleas, the Writ is • 

H#x Vh\ &c. Pr4i, A. qmd jiijlt^ &c. mcquitttt B. dt fttvk, 
quU mi ab n exigimtn dt I thro itntmnu^ &C. undt idem A. qui 
mtdiUi efi itjter ms ty pruf^ B, eum atqutetare dthet^ ^ undt que- 
fituT^ quod fr6 defeBu ejus difiringit, ^ Jtifi^ &c. And this Writ 
h where the Kingdiftraineth for Services, &c* 

And if another Pcrfon be Lord Paramouot, then the Writ 
Is j Qmd atqmetft B. fift. fiw C» dt go extgii ^t liber tenemrpti^ 
&i unde idem A. qui medins ifi inter ۥ tif pr^f, B* turn acquiem 
tare debits &c. 

And the Writ of Mtftn may he fued and removed out of ,- 
the County, at the Suit of the PUintifF by a P<^»e without L 'J^ i 
Caufe, and at the Suit of the Defendant with Caufe fliewed, 
as in a Repievm. 

And a Man may have an Acquittal, and fne forth a Writ 
of Mefni upon It divers Ways One if the Mefne grant unto 
his Tenant by his Deed, upon his Tenure made of him 10 ac- 
quit him againft his Lord Paramount, he (hall have a Writ of 
Mefne Upon that Grant, Another Caufe of Acquittal ts where 
he holdcth in Frankalmoigne, Another C^ufc is, where he 
holdcth in Frankmarriagc ', or where he holdeth by the J'keHE. h 

I Service as the Mrffte holdeth over, which is called Owelty, ^ hVi ' 
And alfg a Man may have an Acquittal by Prcfcription, as]^ a^atl 
tf he hold by Homage j^/tuftrei. Prtf^jt, ' 

And alfo by Conufance in a Court of Record for to ac- 
afttt hijD, &i, And the Men Qf Ormfall claim to plead a 


1 11,4- '^ 

>idbc II. 



BtfUing. K* 

Wrif Je Mffne. 

Pka In a Writ of Mf/w in the County without Writ, and ihifT 
they hare had Atkiwancc thacof in Eyre. And akhoui 
Ujc Writ of M^fm be depcmllng betwixt the Hrfm and 
Temnf paravail, yet the Lord (bill tliftrain the Tcnaat _ 
ra^il for (h- lunts and Scrvictf, and Ihall mK tarry ttntJ 
the Writ or Mtint be ended betwixt them, wbctlicr he ooghf 
for to jcqiiic the tenant or no. 

And If a Man bring a Writ of Mtfuf where he 1$ noc clt*3 
ftralncd, yet the Writ h m^intainablef but then he (HalJ not 
rrciHTr damages: For the Writ is brought only for to re 
ter the Acquittal, &^. As if he bfins; a Writ of Warriiitf 
of fharttts where he is impleaded^ &t, he ts to recover 
the Warnnty fnUcotr timfort. 

And if the Tenant holdeth by the Services which the M^fmi 
holdcth over, and alfoby other Services, it is a good Owelty 
to have Acquittal, beciafe it is fuch, and more. And a!thous6 
that the Lord dieth depending the Writ of Afr/iif, jet 
Writ {hill not abate. 

And Tenant for Term of Life where the Rematndcf li over J 
in Fee, (hall have a Writ of Mtfni a^ainft the Mtfnr. But Te- 
nant for Lifeffiall not have a Writ of Mefni againft him in the 
Revcrfion. But Tenant in Dower (hall have a Writ of Miftel 
agamfV him in the Rcvcrlionf becjufc (he hath her State by J 
the Law. 

And if the Meffti have paid the Services unto the Lofc!] 
Paramount, yet if the Tenant be after wardt dif^ralned for; 
thofe Services, he Diall have a Writ of Mffne, But it b a ' 
Queftion whether he (hall recover Damages in that Writ, 
But it feemcth he (halJ have DamagcSt becaufe the Mrfi^e (haQ 
recover Damages againft the Lord, \f he will put his Cattle In 
the Pound for the Tenant, and fue a Ri^lrvm, &c. and fet] 
not diftiatricd in his DefjuU is a good Plea in a Writ of Hefm 
And if he pay the Services, he is not diltrained in hh Dclaolt i j 
for If the Mifai grant unto the Tenant to acquit bttn afiner 1 
Che Tenure made, he (hal! have a Writ of Mr/jie thercupoot ^ 
as I conceive. 

And the Husband and Wife (hall have a Writ oiHifm] 
where tliey arc diftramed for the Landf of the Wife, i 

If the Mifse grant the Mcfnalty for Life, and tJic TeiiaQC 
attorn, the Tenant (hall not have a Writ of Idffm agatnft the 
Grantee for Life. But Tenant in Tail (hall havt: a Writ of 
Mtfnt : And ancient Demefne is a good Plea in a Writ of M/yW. i 

And a Wnt of Mtfnt Iieth againft Tenant for Lite whers 
the Remainder is over in Fee: And the Writ of Mtfin Qiill 
be maintainable apiail the Heir of the ^lefoe where hit 
% Afiodbi;! 

mit it Mefnu 



ccftors have granted the Services of the Tenant hj FinCi 
|he Tcoant hath not attorned according to the Fine; For 
(hall not be competed to attorn without granting Acquit- 
junco him ; And if he grant Acqutitati &i, he Oiall have a 
|rit of Mtffit upon the Grants and yei it commencetii after 
ic Tenout, ^^...w. *^ 

And if the Tenant be dift rained for the Relief ofche Mefnc, ^g £ ^'h* 
or for reafonable Aid, C^c* he (hail have a Wiit of iiUfm 
againft him. 

If a Man be Tenant by the CiirteCc of a Mcfnalty, kft. If 
the Tenant be diftrained, the Writ of Mijnt (hiiU be fued 
againft him in the ReverHonf and not ag^inft the Tenant \yj 
the Curtcfie, H. 4 E. a. 

A Seigpiory is granted Unto the Husband and Wife, and to j^^/j^, i^, 
the Heirs of the Husband, and in a Ftr qudfnviUA fued by 
them, the T<fnant will not attorn^ unlcfs they viiU grant to 
acquit hinit &u for ^«hich the Husband grants for him and 
his HeirSy^o acquit the Tenant and his Heirs, and afterwards 
the Husband dieth', the Tenant may bring a Writ of A/^ySire 
againft the Husband's Heir, during the Life of the Wife who 
was Tenant for Life, and good. Qj^d Vt H. J E» ?. 

And JO the Time of E. i. the Tenant brought a Wntofii|5/»^ j^, 
Mifftfw becaufe be did not acquit him of a Rent-Charge de- 
manded, &u becaufe he by his Deed bound him and hb Heirs 
t warrant and acquit him, and it was maintainable 
And an Abbot fued a Writ oiMtfm^ by Reafon of the Con- ^ e* 2. 
marioQ made unto him in Ftan\^lmcigne^ and it was main-Af^ ^4. 
tainable. H. 2E.2. 

If a Man have judgment to recover his Acquittal in a Writ ^^^s^ire 
of Mtfnry if he be not after wards acquitted, he fhall have upon j^^^^as <- 
the Recovery a DiflnngMi ad Mquittandum againft the Mttnt^gainjl th§ 
if it be three of ten Years after the judgment given *, and tbat^*'*'* £• 
1$ given by the Statute of Weftmwfter 2. cap. 9. 3* Mrtne 7* 

I If the Mtjht do acknowledge Acquittal by Fine, and afiter 
fueth a sdrtfddsj thereupon, and he appeareth not at the 
turn of the Writ, then fhail iffue a Writ 0^ Difiring^i ad 
niitandum^ ^c* and an Aim and Phms^ &c. until he appear^ 
i if he come upon the Diftringas^ and cannot plead any 
ling, but that he ought for to acquit himi then the Plaintiff 
til recover Damages againft him. 
And if the Anccftor do acknowledgcan Acquittal ina Court45E*f. %u 
of Record, the Tenant (hall have a Sarefmaj againft the Heir H E !• 
to acquit him without other Specialty, &{, ^*^!^^ 7- 

tAnd it a Man recover Acquittai of a Wri^ of MJm, 8cc, ^ *^'^*''' 
(hall iftcr have i Pfftriflgat ad mjuittinim^ and if he 
^ \ . 



E. 1. 4i- 

IVrii de Plegiis dcquktdndis. 

Deftiifeof hisl 
d bf VcrtJift 

fliaU be rore)ud£c^ 1 

m the 


ntUy ; and fo if be appear « and le be I 
hfitit he (hill be fortjadged. 

And a Mian {hall hare a Writ of mfne to acquit htm of 
Sate Qitta a Hundrci which the Mefm ought to do by Rcafoii 
of his MefnoJtyi and not by Reafonof Rcfiancy. ©^ And 
the Proceft in a Writ of Mefgt h Swmmortf, Attachment* and 
I>ifinng4%i and if the Defendant hath not any Thing in 
the County by which he can be diftraincd, then the l^fai|^ 
tifFtnay furmtfethat he hath Afiets In another County. j9 
pray a Pi;^nff^iii thiihcft and he (hall hare it by theStac^d^ 
and npun that he fhall he forejudgcdp c^<. if he do not ap> 
pear* and the Writ be fervcd and rcrumed agaiaft him* lot 
that is gircn by the Statute : For at the CoiDn)on>Law be flkilf 
riot have but Diftrds infinite bt the fame County mhcn 
the Wrft was brought, and that ia in the County whert; 
the Land is \ and at thu Day he may choofe : * he vril 

foe the Procefs at the Common Law, Diftrti m ths 

County, or the Procefs which is given by the Ntrrtjte, 
mons, Attachment, and the grand Diftrcfs, which (ha 
Day to anfwef by fach Timei as two Counties may 
den, in which the Sherttf fhall make Proclamation 
come to anfv^-er the PlaiDtilf , and if he do not comet 
Che Writ be returned, ttien he (haU be forejudged. 

Writ di TUgiis af^uUundh* 

TH£ Writ di Wtigut MpitUndh lieth, where 1 
becomes Pledge or Surety for another to pay a i 
Sum of Money at a certain Day. &i. if the Patty doth 
pay it at the Day, tire* If he whobecc "- *" -^ry be 
peUcd to pay the Money, he Hull hav rit agai 

him who ought to have poid the fame i>u\ \i hath 
a Queftion whether thii Writ licth without fliewin^ a Spe- 
cialty \ and it feemetii reafonablc that it be mainuinable, 
aJtiiough he have not any Specialty to prove it« Foe tba 
Writ as it feemeth is given by the Statute of Hmm 
af, S. which Is; ^»od fi flfgn vUwmi^ UMwi] 
Cf itBfmenu dttnttrh fu^nfflt fit hn fitnfmQ^ di dii 
gnita f>T» « [dvtrht. And there is not fpokeu 
Writing made betwixt them; and if he have a 
then he may have Remedy thereupon by the Commci 
or by Writ of Covenant^ or Dcbtv ^f^d then that! 
needed not to have been made* And fa/c^. i\ F, ). 
it ii adjudged, That the if 'fit di Nfiits . tyctlt 

,itithouc ^any Specialty Ibcwed thereof^ andu 


ll^'rh ik PlegiiS dcquktand/s* 

re^fisn: bec^ul'c ehe Statute in.\kcs rhc Tic in chtt Cafe, and 
t!iK appc^rcch by tht Regiftcr, beciufc Wilts ire given 
for the Eptccuton of him who became Pledge, and againft ^ 

Y^ him who was the Dchtor, becdufc their Teftatoi tlij not H 

Acquit hti Sureties^ CT'f. And this Writ \\ yu&nti^^l^ and fl 

mAy be iued in the Country before the Sheriff, or in the ^| 

Common FJeis by a Pr^iif*. And the I'orm of the Writ it ^| 

fuch : W 

Rex yie\ &c. Pr^eipimm tih, qd. JuJUcies A, fd, jnfle, &c« ^| 

scquiii, B, di los. frn^f fsjutt fi m pUgium ; s. C* ^ imm ^| 

mtmdum sc^tUttavii^ mt dtt, ftcut rmtimM^Utt. Monflrstt ftttm H 

Tit, ^Md ium inde McquittMrt dthst^ vie ^mfhm, &c fftdi* V 

IfiBu Jnfi. Sec. And the Form of the Writ tor the Common 
Pleas is fuch: Rex, 5cc Pr^eipe A, fttad jufttt &c scqnitiit 
B. dt cent, mmrcir, unde pefmt ft in fUg. ^erfns C Cr ettm rnnm 
dnm se^nietsvit^ ut die\ &c. & nifi, &c. Vel fie pro Execuco- ^ 

ribus, aiuj Mcqmtftt B. & C exftuf, ufi^mtnti D. dt lo U. fl 

imif f */iur prddiB, D, i» f /f^ 'W^»/"'> &c, cj* ««/ vowdnm, &c* ™ 

Vclitc vcrtus Exccurores, Pf^i.-. A. <^ B. &:c, execut, ttfimm 
mentl &rc. ^i^. jufte^ Sec. Mcquiaent £. </#, &c. im</f fWtfm E. ^« ^ 

fiitfeinpieg verjkf D, A' ium ntftdum^ &C. ^| 

|7 And if a Min become Surety for anorher in the Exche* H 

quer to accompr for hlm« and doch not, he Dial] have a Wrie H 

againO him to difcbarge him of the Accompt.and the Writ in 

RiX, Sec, De afjutttMnde A. de quodam €m$p9to quern pfdd^Vl\9K,%.^ 
B. p^^ f* de t empire quo idtm A. /«wf ^*</. fikert^fis If. rtgtn^ by Riijver* 
AngI* m*tfis mflr, in com. D, eontm JhtJMttr. ^ Bsfon. nojhit fj^i^J *''***• 
</f 5r#f . rtddere mmnmtpit^ 4? ?*/*"' ^*'* '" /''^' '^'^fi^ ***' '* P/« V? 
Sf^r p^-if^rf. C5* firwj TTtw^itjw acquiita^vit^ &c. *«jrJlr<» 

fc And rf a Man betcome Surety for another to pay a certain hsverhe 
p Sum of Money, oi to do ochcf thing, &c. fo Jong as the Prin- i^m jujt 
ctpal Debtor hath any thing and is fufficicnt, his Sureties ''j^^'^/ ^^ 
(hilJ not be did rained by the Statute ofMsgnm Charts: And ^fll\^*^ 
if they be diftraincd by the Sheriff, isfc. ihey (hull have ^\[fpcim^ 
U fpcctal Writ upon the Statute for to difchirgc them. And (Ketiaimnft 

■ chc Writ (ball be fuch : thtPie^^^ef, 
H Rex Vic^ &c. Monffrsvtnmt ndif A, C? B qufd cum ipp Mag.Char. 

■ devcnffini pltg^ C. vrrfui D. de qitsdam /nrntft, pnun, m qum^^'^^V* *• 
B idimC p*'^f*^ D» titiiistur^ sc idem C j^tu hfiheM nndepr^* 

I di&. dihitttm folvertt, iu mhthmirms ipfvt A. & U. dtjhtng md 
B/i/iwn^ ptjif^ D. pecvmam pncdtlL Kt qni^ tnjuflum ejiy quttd 

■ fiei^ii tliqui sd fiintion dtkti compiUsnt qtt^miitu pttnc pjtht 
I eit^Koret fufficient, he^hemnt mnde dtkitum fuum reddert p»ffHnf^ 
Wjihi prxeipimns, qd, C, dtfiring. sdpt^^d, p^cmmsm Joi^.md. 
m^ pr^L Pi'l^ ft^9i Pffm ifide hsbtft pcrmitlMf €i svfna/H^, 

■ Bb / 


Writ $f Detinui. 

ft fM£ iS $i$Spmt tifint^ fm dii^itni dtlHtrmi fsdst. 

Jit, &i. 

And it fccfiicdi chit tbis Writ Iicth where ^ Mm reco- 
vercthigiinft rhc Sureties in the County, * riff 

diftnmi ihcm to piy the Dcbt^ where the Pumv^ - ;* Juf- 
Ik «cnt : But if he luc the Sureties in the Common Pletj, 
vhcrc the Pnricipil is fufficicnt to piy the Debt, <^#. Now 
whether the Sureties may plcid thir^ and avert tha the 
(tjtj Principal Debtor is fufficicnt to p*yit; or whether the] 
(hall hivc a Writ to*thc Sheriff not to diftnin ihcm, tftj ^ 
Principa! be fufficienf, Sit^^ft of thofc Cifcs. And the Pro^ 
Cefs in the Wiic u Summoni^ Attachment and DiflreO. 

Writ af Detinue, M 

Writ of Dri/iTKf Heth, in Cifc, where i Man detivcr- A 
eth Goods or Chattels unto mother ro Iteep, and 
iftcrwardf he will not deliver them back again | then 
ftil] have an Affion of Dttimtt of thofc Goodi and Chaj 
tell ; and fo if a Man deliver Goods or Money put up 
Bagf^or in aChed, or in a Cupboard, unto another to ktt 
and he will not redeliver the Goods or the Money in tf 
If^Msn Big$ ; he to whom they fhould be delivered (hilJ have ' 

ili^*'^ Writ of 0rr;«iir for thole Goods, &^. 0ut if a Man dcliveT 
LSMihslI Money not in any Big or Cheft, to redeliver bjck, or to dc# 
iM^Iiettn* liver over unto a Stranger ; now he to whom the^ooey ikiH 
^Pnrofj^a be delivcctd^ (liall not have an AQion of Dttitmi for^^l 
kikmih m Money, but a Writ of Account ; btcaufe Dtthut ought to 
^^*^^J[^^hc of a thing which i* certain ; ss of Money in BigifOr of i 
artfiti . Jloffe^ or of a hundred Cow$, or fuch certam rhingt. Andfl 
this Writ may be w^nittl^ and Ibtl) be fued before tl 
Shecfffin ibc County if the Plaint ii" plcafe ; or he mi 
♦* n* fue it in the Common Picas, and the ¥ofm of the Writ 
- , che Common Pleas is. 

s BMg with xoLmid^jf Martin, 4 H, <J, i sndt. Ifs Mmt^AiI to L HT$^if 
_.tiouc i/<J^*» jjirfaccompt. C^nrr. if tt »irip€t ace irpt ttndfc, 6 E* ^ n 
Derlmie pf {^^ f^tm ^ BM-hj, mndditb mt fay in S^tki % 0ndjtt^$td, 

7 14 

RwrHr. &t. JV^f, A. &€. fi. Wr. rtdd B mumtkMrti 
fusrm ti twiBj!§ dmmt, mi diOf, C? mifi^ {jrt, Vel ^Ic, 
tuU. B. u^mn fiiddtm €%m trUmr fm^ttt i^hgst. m tsdi^ 
fimidi (tntmiii fmh figiSi fr^diH B, tmfgmgt\ Aod fhe rule 
in tlie RcgiQcr 11, fsi^ iw kn^i d$ ^mth nidmdii fim^ 



Wn'f €f Dctinm. 

dihtt pmi tnt, ^ 
hive a Writ r 
be, Pr^e. A fd 

'^.nur* 'vt'ferii,for\ And i M»n m — 
i>f one Wiicing, and the Writ 1 
r» 7rf; Q qu94ldam fittptum, per qu9d B, fm* i* ^ 



fwdjufte, &s rdd, B- un0m Chari0m, *utl tra Chart ss, ^el u[^*''^*^^/^^^ 
num f crip turn tki vtl conutntisnaU, vd stfuietan. vet ufism, \^^^'}ll^ I 
Vil ikirtgraph^fm, qufd ijuas vtl qUit ti irjuftt d(tifttt^ "' <^'' ot^ * I gE..!, ■ 
€Si. fisut rBiiQnuhUt. mondr^rt pturis. mm$d a ts rtdd. dtkidfAcivkic a*L V 



hnstS^ estsii' fusm mAmriQdtN, nuptr rxtjL I. d€ L, ^'^/' bijna & ca- 
^€9mtjftt^ qd. ti wjitfie, C5*f. And the Form oftht Writ in talla ^ and 
the Count Ik fuch : Rex f^ii\ t^c, Frsc, Sihi, qutJ jtiJiUits A.'^^^i^^'^ <f 
fwdinfte, &c rdd, a mt0m Chari^m, *Uil tm ChMrtst, W0.'^'"^^'<'I» 

tit, ftsut rBiiQnuhUt. mdnfr^n pturis, qm$d a ts rtdd. dtkfdf^ l c:inuc 4^ 
m imqiiut^ &c I , Jhe WHt 

C And if a Man fuc in any .Court a plaint of Dihnmt for tny f*^^ Unam 
Charters which touch *nd concern Freeholds if it be not '^^^l^ll^* 

tthc Common Pkas by the King's Writ, the Defendant may Ccmt $f m 
fuc i Prohibition ; to prohibir thcm» ^c and to rurccife^CJ'r. mtfirmiti- 
' Rix hdl T. dt K, fai Cum pUcifs de detinttpe fh0rUritm ftum, 
fertptwum Ubitttm temmentum, tMvgtn. in ^Uqmhui cmr. *fujt 
ri(«rd. nm hahfnt^ ft^undttm hgtm & ctnfitituii^ liigni nifiri 
fim hrt*iii mjUp plMcitJtri nandibiant^ rf^ W. B. di *• quod i dm 
0. rtdd. pr^tJMt, W. if a chart tj coram "u^kti mtur. pr^diB Dom. 
nnftri dc R. fim Irtvs mjir9 impUaut, ut mccepimui^ n^ohi pr^* 
ciptTifittt^ quii fi Its tji^ turn pi j a to tlh coram vobis in turis 
pr^diit, pnt hfvt noftr, ulurtns Untni, fkperfcdeatn owj»ib*, iff W. duatit ix p^nt ntfini. fd. hnve ttojlrum dt dantUo* 
nf (hart arum pr if diU* iferfui pr^f, U^.f^bj^f^pH^tf, ft Jlbtvident 
Bf ixptdtn, Itfii, ^€, 1 • . 

^b And the P)c« may be rtrmoved by Pono^m of the County 
at the Plaintiff'* Suit, without Caufc fhewed in the Writ 1 

I and at the Suit of the Ocfe^idant he ought to tbew (aulc in 
the Pom: And this CUufc (hall fee ia the end of rhc Wri^. 
Fiat cxicatro i flint hevis, Ji taufa fit v«f#, alitcr mn, ^£, 
And ;f a Mankind my Goodi which I hive loi>, 1 flull 3SH.6.14, 
have a Writ of Dotinm of them. • ^^* y^*^ ' 

F, Andifa M«n givcth L^rtds incail by D^cd indented, and 
the Donee' dkfh without Heif» the Donor ftialJ hivc a Wnc 
of BttinHt for that pif c of the Deed indented which-the^g* 
ncchad. x •, 

And fo if tandibe given to two Mcn^nd the Hcinof one 
of them I if the Tenant for Life dicth. he who hach the Fee 7 H. 4 ao 
ihiU have 1 Writ of Dotimo fof ih>t Deed: " KLUtt. 

If a Man make a Fccifmentin Fee of hU Lind by Deed, i?£-4. 14^ 
.yet the FcofFcf (liall nn^ fiJr :! the Chafteri concern fng the J/'' >'«#ri 
iLand, butt! , if hcdo not^ivtJ^;;;^;'^^, 

(•them to the i ^vw. c , ^^, .^,...t - ^langer the ^^^^^^ if'rit a^^ 
[ftill have an Aftion of Dittnmt f&r thofe Chiiwtt ^whidi f^j>y/ g 

B b 1 concern ^irat^ff, 



Ffoffbr, V 



concctn tfcc Ltndf» if he cinnot make Title by the 
or thoic whty cU'rm Tilt* by the feoffar. 

An4 the H^ir ia T«(J Ihill b*vc i Writof D#fi»«f againft H 
the Pircontinuce f^^r the Deed of Enuil by which the Land 
w% given. 

And if a Mm makcth a FcofFitifnt in Fee of the Land I 
rluch if Fct.fiTnplf, hif Hcif fliilFhivc the Charten wbjcll 
^it^^ " concern the dmt Lands, and not the Eicctitors of the tV 

*iufw^i^ If a Man make a Lctfc for Years and tfrerwififi confirmi |t 
the fj^tn* bis tlhic in Fee, the Heir of rhe i coffee (Htl) hive the Deed 
fif/ jhtiti of rhc Lclfor for Yean, at wclJ as the Deed of Confirmation, 
Airw ty^n* becjufe ihitthc Herd dorh mikc the Confirmirion gfiod r 
19 M. ^4^' ^ntl fonftvcry Deed which maketh his Title, on 1 tfcifr^ 
Vv 4* ft. «»' '*^^ ''*''^' without which Kii Title fh*ll not be fure, Bnd he 
^ " * (hall have an Action of i)e#xifji/ for them. 
€f H tf' 15' And ilic Heir (hill have a Detinut of Chirferf» afrbotigh L 
toE* 4 % he h*th not the Land j as if I be enfeoflcc^ with Wirnnry, 
19 E^ ^^"ind I entectT another wnh t Witranty in fee, my Heir Ihill 
Ch>ti >8 |,jy^ J D^fiwtff of that Eked by which I tm enfeofed, be* 
loF * i*!^*^^*^ ^^ "^'V *^*^^ advintageof the Warranty 

'^ ' And if my tai her be dtuVifcd, and diech, I (hall have I 
Diitntft fur the Chtf tcrs, ale hough I hive not the Land^ 
«nd the ExfCDtofi (ball not have the AQton for them. 

And if 4 Main have Goodi deJivered to him ro deliver 
ver to another, and «frcrwards a Writ of ,£>rf/«i# ii broughl 
fffainft him by him who hath Right unto the Goods ; No 
if the Defendant drpcndtng the A£Vion deliver the Goodscv 
vcf to uhom thcf were bailed to him for to delfver, tile 
ftmc is a good B^r in the Action, bcctufc he hath c^eltrei 
fhcm iccofiing to the Biifmcnt mtdr unto hrm. 

And after Divorce made hctwjit the Hufband and ihi 
Wi*c, the Wife ihall hive i Writ of Dfrrwf for the Gooi 

^I'hich fee Af. j^ I. t Jii 
AnichmeiiLAod Di(tre(£^ 

11 *.-■'• 

f9r DtUu 

II H- 1; given wirh her in l^amk^mmrrisgi^ i 
f^iUiim fhe pf oceff in Dtunm i» jrumtnonii 

IVrit di RfSo J$ Cafi^U terra & hmtdis^ 



T! f E Writ di Cm/fiJis Titr^ ^ fttf^if Iiefh where t 
Tenint holdeth of hia Lord by KnightV Seivice, • 
d»eth in hi* homige, and a Stranger entreih imo chc Land, 
And takerh the Body of the Hfir: The Lord of uhoia km 
boldetb the Land (hat! hive a Wfic of CmfiMt*s tms & htt^ 
ntbk f and the Writ ii focb i 



mn of Right cf W^rd. 

^id, C qusm mdiffnm Bpintnit, i9m fr^d. C ut. fusmdi 
m ttwttU ^r ftrviti^m mtUt^u^ %r du Sec. c> nifi, &c, 

AUtft dt kxTid urr. Prat A. ^jd See ndd B.& C nx9tim 
§jttt W fiitttm & h^id, E. cnjus cufhdis 0d t^fv B (5* C. f .r. 
tintt, t§ qd pd. E. terram fu0m dt prxf. C &c. Vel fie: diL. 
fsfn pd C. eujtu k^ru tpft tfl ^ tinmtt pirfruUium militsn^ 

ff^ Afid i Writ of the Lmds only if fuch : Fr^(, A. qd, &ۥ 
rtdd. B, trnfi^d umtij ^uirgMt. urr. cum piHin in R. ^m^ Md ijf^m 
fiTtintt^ ft fu»d C. rtrr^m illsm dt tt unutt ptr fervumm mtiu 
tmrt, nt dic\ &C. Vcl ftc : rMtinn dtmiJpoH, qd md tppim B. 
pntin qMsm \ diqut prsfdiB. C. tirramUUmienuifpirJerv*i* 
militMrt, indt fecii iid. B. ut die t. &c. 
ID And if i Man have i WardOii^ by icafon of a VVard^md it 
is taken from bim» the Writ {kail be thu«: Si^tdrtddst B. 
J* fiUiim it h^rtd, C. cMJui cuftodts md ipfum ptrtimt rati4n$ 
tuftod^ tor et h^ftd. K* dn qv& pr^diB. 0. ttrrum iS»m ttnmt ^ ^t. 
perfiryic, mtlttsre, indt fuit iid, B. ut dtcit. Q^e. 

And ^f the Lord Paramounc will Ihcw a Writof Right : 
of Ward for the Services and Rent, and the HciroF tht 
Mefne, Kc may have a general Writ of the Land and Heir, if 
be willp or a fpecul Writ cKut: 

Pr^eipt A qd &c. rtddMt B. cufit^dism decern fdtd, rtddifnt, 
ft h^rtd, C. q^tjf sd ipf^m pirtimt^ to qn^dpr^dtB. C. ttnemen~ 
turn mndt rtdditMjiUi prtvtmt, d$ §9 Unnit ptr ftrvitinm miUta* 
ff, ut dtcif^ 
I F And this Writ may be Cued in the County before the 
Sheriff by a 'Jufttcks, and then the Writ is futht 

Pf^ciptmuf tthi, qd jutficier A. quod rtddsr U. cuflodtma (err, 
Ctf h^id. C. q^^, &c. Iff dt€tt^ fcnt rstimMhtlkttr, &c. 

And the PlaifJtiiFmay remove the fame by a P^m wirh« 
ontCaufc ttlcwcd andthe Dcfendinc ought for to flicw Caufe 
in the P^t, as he Ihall dn in a Rfpliviw. 

And it appcarcth by rhe Regiller, That the Guardian in 
SotfifltfttH have the Writ of Right of Ward of the Mctr 
alone, or of the Land alon^'.or of both ; for the Heir thuf a 

Rfje, dfe^ Prdc, A. timod, &t rtdd. B. W. filtum ct h^td. C. 
tujut ftfttd, sdipfum S, ptrftntt^ t9 q^id prddi^. C. ttrrMm fi*' 
sm ttnmit in fnfigio^ tt pr*dt3. B. propinqMir eft harts tpfiuj 
C, ut dictt. 

And there is the like Writ for the Land, And the Rcafon 

ind Caufe that he fhaJJ hive this Writ fccmerh to be, bc- 

caufc that for the Land he cannot have other Remedy, if 

be cannot enter into the Land: And yet [conceive thit 

B b 1 Guirdiin 

into ■ 
•h« ■ 



[ 1 ffrJt tf Right cf Wwrl 

GuardUn tn Sooge ftnll \\' ' Right of WfHT 

for the Land, becAnfe he ii . J^^to the Heir for 

the fiine^ which provti he hith no Right uacu the LtiMl^| 
but it liil iS* 

AnJ 'he Guardiin in So<ig« Qull htrr i Writ of Wf 
lot Oufe of VVirdftiip, where hi* Gnardiin Dij^i tn hivi 
anofhcf Infjiit tn War<^y bcc^afc he is Dtxt ot Blood unra' 
him to whom the Inboutince canciot defccnd ; lod ibtf 
is fuch: ' - . ' 

/tf ^. C^#. pprf-f A ^u^i, &i fid, B. cwfl^dUm rtr^. & km^m, 
r ftnid sd iffum B ftrtimi tsftvn, i^ftidft J fits tS h^id 
D. fui ferrjim fu^m ftnmt in f^sgi*, m mMnu iffiuj B. tjetfiem,\ 
r* tTftd ffr^, B ii^f^m fuam ttnuit m JHSgiP, & f^adtS B. 
' tfi hjrtt ipfiuf J ut dtiit, K( mtfi, tSff. 
' fecmeth, Th»t i Writ of Righr, D# t^rmmBni €mfi§dim^\ 
Wis »t rheCotnmori Ltw, and if w«M for Gutrdbn tn So* 
^ e«gc for the Bt)dy of the Htir, is for Guitdiin in ICnighi't^ 
^Q ^2<^y^ervtce. But (he Writ of Ri/tlhoienr of Wird wai not i^fl 
#/ ' theCc mmo;i Liwfor th'^ ^^ ^^^^^fi in Koight** Service, but" 
\j /g the flmc Wis given by r c of Wrfim a. f#p* jf. And 

^* by the Equity e»frhit Sc* - t ijujrdiio in Sotigc (hiH hive 

» Witf of Rivrftmdnt 6f Ward as well at Guardim by 
Knight** Service; and by the fimc rcifon he Avail have i 
Writ of Rtght of Ward it the Common Law^ i* Goirdua 
in Socage Diall Ktve. 

And tf the McTne hith two DaUghreri, one within Ag?i ( 
and the ofhrr of luil Age, and dicth ; and the Lord harh 
the Wardflifp oi ha within Age, and afterward* the Tenant 
dieih, hii Heir within Agt, now the Lord Parimoanr, mil 
cheStflcf of full Affc who IS one of the Mefoes ihill havs 
1 Wiicof Rig' rdin thi« Fonnr 

" PfMf. A, &t . _ r reddst B mm fil» ^ k^rrfihm W, 

tS p. di E. fm^pdism firr^ (^ b^rrtd. R. fPfi Md tff$t B & R 
fifSinif^ f9 qu*i pr^d, ^,tffr»mfu4im if fr^, B. Gf fA. fmw^ 
fifnfdtm B. W/fr# ^L A k^td. fj^fdtm W. hfft* dtBttm^ & im 
imfhdis fTjtdJB. P. tmftm. ttmmf ftr ftrvmum mtktswf^ mt 
difwnr, Of mtfi, irt. 

* ' - - jreth tn the Regiftcr, Thar the Writ 0i £- 
^•, ^ / I icrh for the Ltnd, and for the Heiftogethrr, 

Wrif $f Right ef Ward. 

Rm ^ic\ tfft. Si A. fiurif, ^c. sttnt fum, &(, B. •Jlmfwr. 

fHiif^ turn fuflodis ttrr^ & h^rtd, C. nf^ne sd legtttm. ^t M4m^f ^* "^^ ** 
h^r. p€d ^ ipfum A. ptrtineAt^ eo ijHod idim C ttrr^fi f^^^[*fl^L!!f ^ 
Ji ip ttnuit pfr firwtium vttlitsfi^ mt tdim A* in fltn0 C? P*fi*jit hi wwi fl 
fi(0 fftjtns tjufdem cuft9dU diu txtitirit^ f^adiH. B. pratdi&.h*^tthii ^ 
hj:r*d inftm ^ tat em ixifttn, iffum A* # tuptdts ills vhlntiJV/tt j* 
ijiCit, tt$ dtdtf & hakfst ibifum, & hu htv§^ &t, ^"{"ft^^*^ 

wht tjfn$m 

him, msd pt t hi Party fhaU rtcovtr Land U ktf Writ, u R. 4* to* f/ Hank- 
tord I pi if me tjeQ the Kfiilif^^ he wi» wss fir^ ifeHed Jh.^tl it»r havt this Writ 1 
m mor;: than otte jh4il have Trff^aJ), &c. mgmnjt tteftcwd T>iip»ffitt \9 Afl*- i* 

^Anotfaer Writ fpr the Land onl^, where he hich (he lime 
by Grant of thcGuarditn, thus: 
Rix VU\ &€, Ss,A ftterif, &€. tune jkm, Ac, fitsn €wm 
€uftodts unmi virgat ttrr^ cum pirtjn, in D. ufqut ud legtti' 

I' mam ^tsdm ]. fii^ ^ h^ffd. C. sd ipfum A, ptrtm«st, ratimi 
dimiJJiAnis ifitsm R. dt ^M4 pr^diff, C« itrrsm fusm ttuuii p§r 
f&'Uit, wilt t Mr § indt fictf it dim A, uf dicitmr^ sc idem A. in 
fitns & psafies ffifns ijufdtm tuflU. diu txtiui it, idem B, 
J;^4d, pr^diU. tufrm ^tat. ixiftm, fr^d. A. m cufitd. prod •vrt • 
lenttr fjitit^ utdicit^ &c, 
-g Another Writ when a Man hath a Ward of the Kmg*s 
Gr^nc, and he grantcth chc fame over unro another , then 
thus, as above ; 
Rat (one divtifjiemi^ quam C. fii eujifd. illam hahuii Ht 
€9mmtJJitH, Difm. Ed. uuptr Regit Anglia:, prxdeeejf. mfiri^ de 
I * ffio pr^ed K, terram fuam sennit per fervitium milittre, indi 
H ftdt tidem 6. ^c» ac idem, t^f. Or thus, Si B. fecer, cf^r. tunc 
m fum. B* refpmdend, tarn nokis qn^m pr^fat. G. ^uare cum mis 
nmmiferimut pr^, E. cuft»d, terr. & tenement, qn^ fner, f . dt 
C. difunBiy qui de nohts temtit in capita^ (^ qu^e ratiine minms 
^tat. P. conjang, dr h^id. pr^diB, Jf* in manum neJIramexUit* 
runt, habend. cum omnibui ad cnfi§d. til. fpe^antibus ufyue ad 
Ugit, 4etat. bared, pr^diB. &, idem B. tn plena & patifica 
feifina ejufdem B, cnftad. pratext, t^mmijf, mfir, pr^ed. dtu ex^ 
fitiffitf idem D hatred, praf, infra stat. exiflen, pr^ed^ A, a CU' 
fi^d. cent, fplid. redditus ium ptrtin, im H. tnd$ 'vidiUttr ejetit^ 
%t ditit, &i. 

\ And the Guardian in Socage (hall have a Writ D§ EjidUnt . , li - ,^^ 
C»fi§eCt ai appctfcth by the RcgtOcr ; and by the like rcafon, * "'^•*'#^ 
as well as he fhall have a Wric of Ravifbment of Ward for 
the Body, be ihall have a Writ of £je£lmenc of Ward for 
chc Landi 

fib 4 


WWf §f Rigk if WmI 

And if 1 Klici iuvc Uii Puiaaip cf aii Abbcf or 
ftDd )|idl RjjtKt to bavc the Tcn^Wilittci during tile 
of VtCAticn of tl»efii« if he liirc dir Pc flrfiioii rbereof, 
bt ooScd. lie &«tl iiivc i Writ 0f Ef«9MW Cmf^t^m $ md tfas 
Writ OmU U focll : 

Ofnjmr, y g w rr mpv ni/ia/. phwM* ii B. «i 'l;^ A m ««• 

^tijftM fetfi^ 'j'fi*^ ti^hdis T» mkim ^^s emit tm t i^tjdtm a09d* 

A. s emft d i s jJj vf«^««rc^ ^rai, (^. 

And b^ c^ Rc^tilcr it ii fad, Tlut tht Wm of Riglit 

ill at: 


And tfa«t if froondod Bpoo die Scsrate of M^fM Chmnm 

AimI there is MMcher Writ of Ward for rbr Bodf , i 
is cilkd 1 Writ ^ %mifbmmf tf W^^ : Aad cKir Wrk 
ii well fbc Giurdan inSocagCi lifcir Gmrdiao io 

And tf t M«i hevc oiw in Wird brctafe bis A 
Ittld of bifii by KotgbcV Scffioc^ and th^ Wsnd if ra' 
and t*km from bioi § be Hull hive cii^t Wrirof Kivf 
of U *rd. 

And fo fKill the Gnotee of the Ward* or bit Eie€iitcvn| 
if !ie be tabcn from diem ; snd At l-orm of dw Writ 
ibc Lord of vbom the Anccftor of the Watd beU, 

Hrx Pli\ &w. frlwf. $t A /tMP#« <H- tmmfmm^ fire 
foM j& e araw Jt^fmsms mfht$^ ^dtmmm maki tstt d*t, 
i m ftt^ &€ %|l«^ir. fMTv J. iC^ at At#rcdL C li^# waf#« tj 
i/tmi €$ytu wtm^urpmm md lUfna A. ftwtmm^ 0fmd N. iP^ 
w&fit tr sSdm»T^ amtrm %>mlmiui€m tffht A & tmtfm 

fftm, €mfhd, km fmd mp kmkfmi iwsm fr^f. Jm/U^. mfin$, Ot] 
Am^ C$-mm w§^$t, &c. md f^^ itrmsmmm md r§d£ m ft^ 
A^mB* rtddt dihsi^ wt kmhmj, C^. 

Aod if tbc Ucit be fanflwrd aod carried iroo Coiioty 
Couofv, cb<-Q cbo Writ Ibtii! be tbin : 

JCtjr i'u*, fSi. St^ft. tfi mhi A p^»db& B. C# m hm^ 
L. imftm MS9$ rmfitms, cr m imfhdimfms m^oar mfmd B. mCtm. 
Line ^fmt, if di C«** itii a/fsf 1 m O*. r«a «Mm»f , «iiirr# 
iXll^ A* ti amrm fm*^ mftrtm ^ tt 9t§m uh f^Mtrfi* 


Writ cf Rij^ht of W^d. 


iMir, fwd prddi&, ksfid. uhtMnqut in Miv^ tus tnvtn p$tirit, 
$Mpisf &fAlvQ & fitM',tufi9distf tt0 fmd ium h^hst coram 
Jmfiie.noftris ^fud^ &i. t^U dit^ ^tum dttm idim A, Wtf a;rr, 
fr^fsf, B. sd ndd. mi dt jun r$ddi diktat^ & hs^tai^ &c. 
Q And the form of the Writ for the Guirdiin in Socage 
is iho* ; 

R€:e,&t Si A.fiarie, grr tmnc pmt^ drt. B CS'r. fu/tn cum 
fmfi^dia ttrr. ir kared. Q, ^fy** *d iepfrm»fn atmtem ifftush^m 
Tidts 0d iffum. A- firttni0f^ §• iptid ptjrdiB, C. ttrram fmsm tt* 
^it in foesii9, S? fr^dtB, A pr^^m^utof' ifi bttres ipfius C. 
mc idtm A inpitn», '<yt. diu txtidrtt^ pr^dtB* W. B fiUnm tf 
hdftdtm prMdiB C. iwfrB at^iirn tSt in (ufltdis ipjtui A. i^'fi. 
0fud N', iTt*vmt, vi & srmif dpif, C5* ^hdrnxit^ & ^lis enormis ti 
imulit, 0d ^0Vi dMnnmm ipfius A. ^- tmtrm pactm wnfirmm. [ I4I J 
Mi hthtAs ih mnnnMpU^. & ht hrevt Ttfte, ^c Vcl fic ; 
Hf ^ 4Tmtt rspuir, & ipfumfini iiVn^j ^ 'wlnntstt ipfius A. 
msfitavif Md grt^i damnttm, iSe 

And if the fnhnt be in the Cuftody of tht Lord, and da» 
ring bis Non»gc he enter upon thr Lnrd, and ouf^ him of 
tb© Land whtch he ought to have in W^rd, rbcn the Lord 
fliifl h»vc a Writ of iHtrafion of Wswd againft him, and 
ike Writ fhill be luch : 

Kiit yi(\ ^c $i A. ftufit, &c tuncfum &t h filtum ^ 
hnid, €. t>i**/ ^u^rt citm ettfiod, md ipfum A ij/f ¥# 114^ Uitii* 
fHAm 0fMtim bjtrtdts fr^'dtH ptrtineat rati^nr diwtfjivnij quMfm 
L. di qu9 prxdtB. C terrsm fusm ttnuit ptr ftr*uitinm militmr§ 
indt fnit fr^fM, A & f«x A in pltns & pMiifica fnfins, ir€* 
txtiftrit^ pr^diB, L i^ra stMtem it i pens ^ fi in nrrsm prje^ 
diB intrufii^ Cf iufl^dtam iSam pr^fsr, A. dittntt^ §d d^m* 
ntsm Ipfius A. mn imditum £5* grsvamtn, &c. «f dtcit, t> f* Ei 
hstisSj i^t. Vtl fie : tfitnf t[uare cuffodtM mtne^ii di T, cum 
firtin, ufyui Md itgrnmfm ^tatim prddtCiil sd tpfum A. ptttU 
rmijfa fMtuni dtfntjftwis, qusm B. cui H. di ^U9 CU* Alict uxtr 
9i frdd. C, Mmmrtum illud ttnuit ptr ftrvitinm mili strt^ tlfud 
dimifir, indifait pr^f A &t. ^c idtm A. in piens, &c, pr^d, 
I. dMfn infrm ^r*ttm fstif, ft in msntrium fr^tdiBmm intrupf^ ^ 
tnfttd. iihm pr^st, A. knemffUi dttinmif, ttd damnum ^ ut di£^f, 

And the Writ licth whttt the Tenant holdcth of a Man 
and his Wife by Knight's Service in thcRigbt of the Wife, and 
the Tenant dicrh, his Heir within age, and the Husband 
gtantcth the Wardfhtp of the Land unto another who grint^ 
eth it over unco another, upon whom the Heir intrudeth» 



Writcf Right of Ward. 




f* % A the Caftody of the Heir withm Age 1 

AU if. jr,,j _ . „ V »,. cnicut M«rii«gc, tnd be fcfafctb ifa 

^^ ^r.J ifviu^lcTS, then r^c LoiJ fiialj Mvc I Writ igAiiilH 

iita» i ,t (0 iccovci ihc Vufuc of iKc Mirriage, md ilfo 0^ 

rciovef the Lu)d, uKich fbill be fuch: 

id S El it. ^^^ ^'^' <^' ^' A- fff^t'* ^t lmt( fmmm, tii B. &C 

ffi fuiJ fr. Ail} B ttfrsm fuam de i9 Sinmit ftr fttuitimm 
imt^ f >^tm A. fr^diB' B dnm fmU ipf s st^tttm tm cfl^d _ 
Jmm €mn; ! m mant0^tMm ^Ipfue diffJUi^g/itttnt, jmjrtm f«nm0m 
JfMtMU at i9mt»Mia (orfiit rtgni mfir$ mdt frtvtji, jdftwM U^ 
iuUrlt^ idim B msrit^ftmm iAnd rtnuins ftsf* K* i^^^tisp9 
fm (tntrididt^ ^€, md grsvt dgmnum^ dre 

And it ippcirctH by the Wr itt ibovefiid* Tbit the Gmr- | 
iUti IhtH hive i Writ of Inrruftnn of Wird Jgiinft tbc 
Heir as well K hit fall Age, is during his Nofi»ge. 

There is another Writ Di f^sUrt msriUgii for t^- ^ '""^ ^ 
or for his EtccutOfS igiinll rhc Heir, wlehnm fp 
tny IntroHon made by the Heir intacbc Land. /Vnt^i vqz 
Writ ii fuch : 

Rtn rtc\ &e. Si \ Cfr, /ittrit^ Eft. rimr fumm, ^c. f vjrr 
cim mMritMgivm tffiitt L. &£f (ufque ibi^ ihtUmi, fr^f L* 
msriiagtitm iilud nmnntii di itdim msrits^it F'^**- A. cnt 
jsm ^d plfttMrn itSMttm ptrvrmrit fssitfstewi fumf^vii^ <^ sd^ 
Btu ^iipfst mimuj jiftflt^ sd dswrnum, &(^ Bi ttrntt^, fwm§m 

And if rhe Heir be in iheL'^rdN Cudody^ and dotbmirry C 
kimfelf within Age,wirhout the AlTetic of the Lord, and «i^bca 
be cometh of fbU Age, he cntreth upon the Lord, and puti 
him out of thr Land, rhcn the Lord (hall have a Wric i 
forfeiture of Mif riagc agiioft him, for the double Value \ 
the Marriige, And the Writ ihall be fuch : 

£t A. (amt, &^. fi0ir fmmm. G. fl, & hsnd* D. fWj 

mns cum (it[!9Jis Mwms sir, tirr, s^m ftrtin fit N* mi i^iam 
firtin^ fMtiom dimtjpm, ^fttam L f«i c»/i9dism iU^m hJ^B 
§x dimtjptwt V. tut G. t0m dimifi:^ di ^m* ftfdiB O. iirr^i 
fiam ttnmit pit ftrvittmm militMn, indt fm: ^f^fsi. A 
idim A- ffsf C. dttm jm/tj dtt^frm ^ im tm/l^dt^ f^s €m 
fiHns msrit^grum «i/f«« '< ' m jvius f^rmmm pMt^ 

di cimmwt ^wnfiht rtgnt jim ^twvip fjtpius #^rWm^^ 

idim C, mtiriisgium illud rtmngmt, /r /imt iittmtis ^ ^uni^i 
ipfiui A msrtfJir. fait, & fi !■ ttrrit fradiHu (f^df. A ff^ 
W*fit*gii frsdiSi mtK f^atfsBf} intritfit ^ |^ if mswtts^^ 
fr^iBi udtm A< fs$iif4i*i€ cmtfMduit , sd grM'm 

mn cf Rif^ht of W4rd, 

^fumm &c. fefit, iSfC. ■ 

Aij*i thac Writ licth where the Lord grantefb the Ward* ^^M 

ibip of the Heir and Land of his Tenant unto K who grant- ^^H 

cth the lame Heir and Land unro L. who gmnccth the fame ^^W 

over unto the fajd j^, the now PiaintifF, who rendcrcth Mar* '■ 

triage unto C, and he rcfufcth the Onjic, and niarrtrih him* I 

ictf durmg his Nonage, and ac his fall Age entrcth into the ■ 

Ll^nd, the Marriage not fatisficd, &c 9 

And other wiltt for the Lord againft the Toiant himfelf, I 

thus : fl 

B c#r^*» Jupiciaf, ^c. fifltnj^ fttsrt farm mariiagiitm fr^dtB. IM 

H B. 4d i^fum A. fiftiniMi eo fuU pr^dtd. C. tfrram fujm d$ n fl 

H tfnuif ptf fnvitium miiturt^ cb* fdtm A. nmj^itent m^ritMgmm -afl 

P mhj^ut dfJpMrsgdii^ne , &f. kf prxdtB, B- dam itifrM ^tsttm ^ 

fmt, fft^uenr^ ^ktuUrst^ tdttn B. mariupum iUud sdmiften fl 

rffnftvtt, d^ fini ItunSiM lit velum ste pr^f* A. fi msritsvii 'V 

ti't. Md grM'Vt dsmnum &c, 'H 

t And the Lord may have foch Writ df Forfeiture of Mar- [ t4**TP 

fi*ge againlV the Hcu of the Mcfnc, if be marry daring his 

Nonage, and enter into the Mcfnalty, or take the Rent and ^ 

Services of rhc Tenant Paravai]^ and the Writ ihalj be g^ "^ 

nera], as if he were Tenant ParavaiJ, c^a Dot making mcn^ V 

ftoo of the Mefnalty, ■ 

* If a Man be Tenant in Tail» the Reverfion to the King^ .1 

and the King doth licenfe him to alien in Fee, and to take ■ 

back an Etlitc onto himfelf and hi* Wife in Tail,thc Remain- M 

der to his right Heir, and he maketh fuch Fc#^aienr, and ^9 

taketh back an Eftitc unto himfclf and his Wife in Tail, the ^ 

Remainder to his right Hcirj,and dieth, his Heir within Age ; -^ 

The King, no;with{land]ng his Licence, (hall have the 

Wardlhip during the Life of the Wife, for that the Licence ■ 

I doth nrkt give him Po^er ro alien the Ring's ReverHon, &c. jM 
And when the Rcverfion cannot he difconiinued, the £{lare 
Tail cinnot be difcontinued, hot by his death the Heir 

may enter into the Land, and To the King may in his M 

Right. -5 
Jf a Man have Lands for L»fc, the Remainder in Fee unro V. Dye r 
'mother, and he in the Remainder dicth, his Heir within & n, & 
^<Ag*^, he (hall not be in Ward during the Life of the Tenant y^^ ^' ^ 
for Life ; becaufe that during his Life, the Tenant for Life is "' ^^' ^\ 
Tenant to tlic Lord Paramount, although the Land be ho!- 

iden by Kni^btV Service. And the Guardian ftiaU put out the _^ 

Termor who hoJdeth for Vcars of the Lcifc of his Tenant, m 
^w - Aa4 


Gmd. Iff. 
3r, F$mlty, 

■ *■! 


Wrii 0f Right $f WdrJ. 

Ani tfie Snture of MMrUhidg* in a minner proverfi I 
miy To 60* And there «rc miny old Books to prove ili 
fime by Judgfnenrs that arc given } and it feemcth retfof]* 
•ble thit it Ihoiild be fo, by the ancient Tide which tba 
Lord ii«th, u'hcn he rcrcvircd Tuch Services upon bit 1 
menr^ to have the Wardfbip if he dieth, the Heii being y 
til Age, 

And if the Tcnint be didcircd ind dleth, his Heir beifif g 
within Age, the Lord (hi 11 feize the Wild, and cater ioto die 
fir^Wa' Liod upon the DiiTciforin the KighC of the HctT. 

But tf the Tcnint doth enfcott hif Son during his Niw* £ 

I) R.^* i^ *f?c, who Joch Horns gc unro the Lord, and afterwards the 

I'hfot, Tenint die th, the Heir within Age, the Lord (haU not hiire 

AC 6r«^^^ Wirdfhipof htoii beciufe he hith accepted of him fee 

j^Szjt i^C ^*' Tenant in the Life of the Father But it appcareth by 

M»ins Cbsru, Tbit the Lord fhttl tike Homage of the Hetf 

before he have the Wardship of him, but thic is afrrr the 

Death of the Anceftor, and not in the Life of the Anceflc 

and fo w«i the Liw rikenin Old Boolct. 

If a Mm purchafe Lands by feoffment which arc boTdc 
fcvcrilJy of divcri Lords by ICnJghtV Service, and tfrerward 
Gmd^utim dteth, hiv Heir within \^e, rhtc Lord who ^rf> getceth th« 
f^fmitrf Ward fhill have him, bcCAufe there i« no Priority ; hi 
wfMMrrtMgf, jj^ purchafe L*nd^ which arc holden by Knight** Servi| 
*j^ml^* one Lord, and ifterward* purchafe Lmd^ by KnighfM 
StMm4*\u^^ anorhcf Lord, and dicth, hit Heir within Age, fl 

Lord (hall have the Wardthip of the Hetr of whom 
Sffljmd 1-*"^ firft puf chafed w« holden, for he holdeth of him i 
ftti^r«it ^1. ^^^ more ancient Fcoffmenc and Priority, than he holdeth 
BL Priti' the other Lord. 

gshvt.^ And if a Min hold of the King by Foftertoriry, and hoi 
cth Lands of another Lord by Priority, ind afrerwardi d 
cth, hii Heir within Age, the King fhill hive the Wardflilj 
— ^. of hii Body by hi* Prerogative, not having Regard to tl 
rj/* f*^ Pfiority or Poftcf iority. 

Q^mrc^If And if a Man hold of the King by Foflerioriry, tod 
tumrty ^# another Lord by Priarity, and afterwards the Kinggnc 
jX^^^^the Seigniory aafo rhc Queen for life, and afterwardf tfl 
^^nfi^'* Tenant dieth. hi« H^ir within Age, the Queen Ihall hav 
^^tbt t*** Wardfhtp of the Body«not hiving Regard unto the Pof 
K#%^/ifiiiirioriry, becaufe that the ReverAon of the Seigniory dc 
in 9ht Kti^* remain in the King. 

tB t*« I. t M Bu( if xht King hith granted the Remainder of the Sef| 
^"^^'"^pnioryinFeeunto a Stranger, then it fecmcth the Qot 
r^%^'^ flaj[i ^oc ^^^^ jIjc WarJftip of the Body, for the Scigoiti 

mit cf Right ef Ward. 

Df Poftcriority, &e^ ind Priority is changed by the Feoff- //^^w 
mcnt ©frhc Fcnant of the Lintl. And it he make a Feoff, ^i^f^fimna 
mcnt in Fee of the Land which he holdcch by ^^'^orny^^^^^^J'^ 
and rjkke back an Eftate again of the fatne» now he boldtch Quserei/ 
the fame Land of that Lord by Poftcriority, whereas ht the PntnTttj 
held it before of him by Piiority. But it the Lord of whom ^'^««^:> 
the Tcuani holdcrh by Priority, grant hi* Seigniory unto Jl- ^* ^•^^* 
mother in Fee, and take back ag^in an E0ate in the Scig* ^' ^' 
niory to him in Fee, 0*^ yet the Tenant Uoldcth of him by ^^^ 

I Priority as he held before^ becaufe the pleading of Prionty • 

is to fay, That he holdcth of fuch a Man and his Ancedori^ 
or of thofc whofe Eftate he huh in the Seigniory ftr MntU 
fHws fivf^mtntum^ ^c. than he holdeth the o her Land, fo 
chat the Feoffment of the Land doth make the Priority. And 
if the Tenant do forejudge the Mefne, of whom he holdcth 
by Prioriiy^ rfr^. Yet he Iball hold by Priority of the Lord 
Pirimount, as he held of the Me fne before, ^c, 
Q The Mayor and Aldermen, and Chamberlains by the 
Cuftom of Lmdm 0>a]| have the Cuftody of any Orphan in 
the City, and if they commit the Coftody of Juch Orphan 
to another, he fhalt have a Writ of Ravilbment of Ward 
igainfV him who tiketh the Ward out of hi* Poffcflion. 
H And if the Guardian marry the Heir after the age of 14 
Years, and afrcrwards the Heir is taken by a Stranger, the 
Guardian (hall not have a Writ of Ravifhment, C5*r, becaufe 
he hath had the Effefl of his Marriage. 
I If a Man have a Ward m the Right of his Wife, although . . 

the Wife dicth. yet the Husband ihall have the Ward, be ^^111!^%, 
CAufe it is a Chattel veded in him. ^f, i^^^ 

0/ m MMm^ 
tpifa t»hkh an /^a'tfQwfm is Mpprndant tht Church vf^id^ Trmttt in TMti dtith^ ik4 
<irsntct Ihsli have (he Aifvovfri. Sit if tbi CkHfch 'V9id durtti^ tht Ttrm^ mid 
th§ Termexfirt, 9 ^^ l- Qu-re Imped it 18. 

Where the Tenant makcth a Feoffment by Collufion, and 
the Lord accepteth the Services of the F*offce, then he ftiall 
not have the Wardlhlpof the Tenant's Heir, nor fliall over* 

And if a Man it this Day maketh i Feoffment in Fee to 
Us t/ie, and the Lord accept the Scrvicei of the Feoffee: I '43 J 
yet if the Feoffor who harh the Ufe dicth, his Heir within f/'^^^^ 
Age, the Lord fli^ll have tht Wardfliip of his Heir by the Jr^?",^/ 
Statute of ^ H. 7. (0f. 17. iryjbJlm 

ffr thi fi^fftt befm 17 H» I. was Urd, 



10 T 



mh cf Ri^h tf Wtrd. 

AaJ tfi MifileireLiadilbt TcrinafL^Cr^vfieRfmitJl 

^ III Tin, " ' -^ 

i. ittd fh 

^"i Txnu\t givcrh Ljinds in TatJ ■ 

Kin^\ Lu<-n^, in d flic Ki 
jtH.R,!^, for hi* Tcfiiiir« iT>d chc ^ 

Fin-iki- i'^ Tiif dicth, hUHctr w.; , m 

belt con- MirdiHIp^^f him^ u fccmcth by the \ i^E.' 

fii. fj^. If. Arid chi* Accrprincc of the Sci ^ .. . ....llitar c 

J?H*S €iw<Jff tbciCi^g; for the King Chill not be coacludfil, 
pm„\l -if he hiVe cnictcf to (hew which mty fcivc hioi* And 
4 R 6. JSk. ^^ AHn9^H 6, jc is tJjudgcd conrrtry ; ind ehsi^ove . 
f« cJic L»ir in rhit cafe. 
^ And the Lindi of the Wtfe witlun Age ihall he io W4 
although her Hiubtnd be offuU Age. 

And *f a Womtn be pil} ihc A^e of foartcco Yeart| 
the time bf the death of her Anccftor (he {kill not I 

A Committee of the Kin|: 0>ill not hive 1 Wird 
reafoa of the Ward, bur the Kii»g \]i*\\ have the fifitc, 
Ciufe the Ring refftaincth Goif diiOi &r. and ibe Hctr ! 
fue Livery. 

If 1 Bjfhnphive Title to have a Ward, ind dot" 
'f* him in hl> Lif"* f^"^^ and dicth, the Succcirorfhi.i .. 

Ward, and 1 him, ^i. Othcioaifc it fecmeth if 16 

fijlhiip had r(.ii..M MM.i. 

If the Heir Fcmilc be married by t!ic Lofd before 
Age of frjurteen Vcirs, ind af ' the Htss^ ' ' 

the Heir Female flull not be giin by 

&c. And by thtt fimc reifon he wnj noc hive j w-^t 
RivifKtncnt of Ward, if inochcr Mm do nvifli her iftcr* 

If the Grandfithet bivea Sott, »nd fheSon '•lr«tha Wjl 
•nd hive Iflue, and dieth, the ^' ' ha| 

the WaidQifp of the Child wi ac 

fiptthc Grandf^rhcr, alrh^ogh the imt miy have the Lac 
which ought to dtfcend to him by the Gtandfithcr, m 
although that the Mot hcf^ihaU no( have the Land, Bdf.. 

If an Infant recover Land by a Writ of Ovm laae fmt am* j 
/»! tmnUi, hefhall not be in Ward j and fo it fr -•*^ 
be do recover by a Formedon or other Aftton f] 

where he could not enter, b^caufe hii An^nor at^ 

•CCA'^ E.J 

fVritof Rigk of Ward. 


»t flle Tcninc to the Lord, C?^* nor in \i\^ Homagr, 
And I Man niiy fcifc his Ward, ilthough he be Apprcn- 
cc or in Service of another. 

But if the Tenant makccb a Fcofmcnt by Collofionp the 
ard ought to recover the Land by a Writ of Right of 
^ard, before he fliall b^Ve a Writ for the Raviihmcnt of 

c Wnd, err. 

If a Man be Tenant by the CourtcCe of a Seigniory, the 
Icir fliall not be in Ward duryig the Life of the Tenant by 
ic Courtcfie, ^c. 

\ But if a Man have IfTut a Son, and afrerwards he taketh t 
Vifc who hath Lands holdcn by Knight's Service^ and hath 
ITue by her, and afterwards tic Wife dicth, if the Husband 
c not Tenant by the Courtefic of the Land, then the Huf- 
and's younger Son ftall be in Ward during the Life of his 
*ithcr, c*^#. 

. If an Infant be married in the Life of his Father within 3o £. iGir^ 
he Age of Confcnt, and afterwards the Father dicih, %\it]^^:}^^'^ 
nfant being within the Age ofConfcnt; The Lord ^^^vf^^^^r- 
lave a Writ of Ravilhment of Ward for the Infant, be- failure upm 
iauftf he may perhaps difagree unto the Marriage. wisitr Mtid 

And the Lord of the Villain fhaM have the: Wardfhlp cfrefuhtL 
e Land and the Body of the Hcfr oft Villain, if he fcifc 7 H,^ »U 
im before the Lord, ^r/ otherwrffe not of the Lmd. TbeKt^, ^ 

If Lands defcend unto the Wife, and afterwards the Wife ^^^^ aC/* 
hath I/Tue by her Husbind^ and dleth before the Husband» 
ientrcth, fo that he fliall not be Tcnint by the Courtcfie; 
JThe Iffuc ftiaJl be in Ward if he be wiihin Age, and if he be 
not Heir apparent to rhe Husband ; and fo if the IlTuc by 
the Wife were a Woman, and within Age, where the 
Husband hath a Son livings thnfffuc within Age fliall be 
In Ward, during the Life of the Husband which is its Fji- 

AndP^/f^, ^i £, 3. The Opinion was;' that if the Huf- 
^bind have not Lands which fliall from htm defcend ro his 
Iflue , that then his IfTue fliall be in Ward fbr the Linds of 
llil Wife^ if be were within A ;, CS'r. in the Life of the 
Husband: But 11 fecmetfa the Law is not now taken co be 

Guardian in Socage did grant the Wardihip over ro a 
Stranger* and the Grant awarded good. HUL 26 £. } £^ HtlL 
31. £. 3. 

If an Infant enter for t Condition broken Upon a Fcof- ti H7. 11. 
mcnt made by hi? Anccllor, he fl*a!I be in Ward for thiC L*.*:'-7* ^^^ 
Land,If ic be holden by Knight's Service. 

I And 


♦' 4. 


3^o tf^^^^ ^f Efc^Mi. 

]V\A,x at f AnJ A Mm or i Woman Chitl litvc a Wrtr, i^# /7«s« 

Or C#i^#«^iirw«« €f hAfidim fmmm r^fmi^ frr* and thiC by 
Itit Common L«w. 

And the Pfocefi in i Writ of Wtrd appetfcth hy tE« 
Statarc of hiMrUkridgi^ «p. 7. *v/!6- Summoni^ Attachoiaic 
irid Diftrcft 

And in a Writ of Right of WarJ^ If he comcth not tc 
the Oidrcfs then the Proc)im«tton fhaU be twirdcd, that hf 
fli«l] htvtdty hy while two or three County Courts arc 
holden in the metn time, before the Return thereof; and if 
the Writ be returned, feivcd, and he do nor appcjr, he flbiU 
lofe the Wardlhtp^ and the PlaintilT OiiU by jQd| 
iccoyer the fimc. 

Writ of Efcbtat- 

TH E Writ of Efcheit lietb where the Tenant who J 
an Eftite in Fecrimplc, of any Landi vv T^ — 
and holdcth them of another, and the Tenant 4i 
without Heir General or Special, the Lord fhali oivj 
Wiit of Efcheac againA him who 11 Tenant of the ] 
or Tenements, after the Death of hi4Tcn»n^ and b^l 
Writ he (hall ffcover the Land, bccaufe he ikall have t| 
fame in lieu of bii Scrviccf. 

f.. 1,11. Br. iy>/^#«f.p,n 
vtdt I hi L^^t whii htkfy i 
I J .1 Ajff; tHtuifUjswo yicrit ky fevtrsl Sgrviett 9f mm ljtji^ cf , 

tfihiMt fisr 
if forfrifiJ, 
^(MMji it it 


110. (f Ai- 
nksvt tmt 

But if Tenant in Tail die without Heir, he in the Rer 
(ton (hall not have a Writ of Eicheat, but a Formedoa iji 1 

fiur if a Man be Tenant in Tail of Land » the Remainder 
hit tight Heiriy and dieth without Heir, then the L'^rd 
whom the Lindt were hoIJen in Tail, (hall have 1 W'rjc 

^ Efchcar, becaufe the Tenant in Tail was Tenant uolo the 

ihimitl^Th Lord for the Feefimplc chat he had in the L*i)d| ^e. 

mmn in Tkii 

diitb witk^t IffiU /v in tm Rrvirfim ihsU hmv^ IfUyst 9f th Lmd^ Ut^feki 

JhslI mm hs\f4 gjcki*:, tHiMnii tkt Rivtrfim msi mt §j Mm M tImdiMk ^ih^ 


7im/mt m 

Bat if a Man be Tenant for Life, the Rem«ri ' 
unco a Sciangec and bkn licirsj and aUiv^ai J tb: 




H'rii 0/ Efckit. 

dfcth wji!io;jt Heir, 'and afterward theTenmt for Life dkffi; 
the Lord iball not have a Writ of EfchcMt, bcCiufe thcTe- 
DJnt for Life was Tenant to the Lord, and not he in the Re 
rtiainder, ^c. Cut ihcrc the Lord l^<ill biivc a Writ of In 
tnifion if a Siran^er enter oa ibc Land after tlic Death o^ 
Tenant for Life, 

Aiid if the Tenant bed ifTdfed, and afterwards dicth witli 
out Heir, CTf, it fcemeth she Lord flnail have a Writ uf 
Efcheat, becaule his Tenant died in the Hciinagc. And in that ^* 
Cafe he fhall haver a Writ of Right of Ward, if the Tenant 
die, his Htir being within Age, and by the like Reafon be 
ftall have a Writ of Efcheat. 

If the Tenant dicth withotit Heirs, and afterwards the 
Lord (ilcth \ the Heir of the Lord Ihall have a Writ of Efthcat 
for to recover the Land, Sfc, for that Efchcat made, and ^^g *..,/j6t 
O^U give a Right unto the Lord to have the Land. sm'breught 

And this Writ fhall defcend from the Lord unto his Heir, Bjchcat 
^c, and the Forms of the Writs of Efcheats are divers: OneJy^*^^^^ 
where the Tenant is a Baftard, anddieth without Heir, and !^''' '7, ., 
then the Writ is fuch : JlTA 

thtr, wisife Heir keU^ and Except im taJun, hcanfc it cugln tt ht quod dc co icncL 

^tx Vu%&t. Ffju, A. Sfc» fWi/ rtdi* B, 10 tfff* f#fr. ^um 
firjin, in N, ^«4j C. de to ttnuit^ 2^ ^us &d ifjltn B. rtvati 
debintf fiUipjm tfibeJl^ fudi to pcd ffdd, E* hjhrjuj fult^ <> 
etiit fine hdjtd, Ut dku* vfc. 

And if he be not a Bj(^ard, but dieth without Heir, then 
the Writ 15^ £/ ^*rje 4^ iffum B* revnii diUxnt t^f^fiam 
§Jtkt4U fiiit^ tfi qiwd fj^d C, dtit fme k^rtd, Vel Cic ; r0 
^md fTdd. C. fthtiiam fidt^ pro qk*i fufimfui fuit t vel fro 
fiu iitlitgdtus /utt : vfi fto fua rtgnum ^hjutiivit \ ^9 n'ifh S*^^. 
And the Form of the Writs for Che Heir appear in the Re* 

And the King Oiall have a Wiit of Efcbsat tor Lands in 
lo^dcn^ if tlic Tenant died fcized of Lands tljerc without 
Heir, bccaufe the Lands in Imdin are holden of the Kingi 
and this Writ he may luc in the Kind's iienth or in t^ie 
Common Picas. 

And ir' a Man be beheaded for Felony, or die after ' 
ment, before that he be executed by the OffKer ^ y 
Writ (hali fay, Fr^ qsu fufpe/ffus Juit^ &c^ and ic is not,;;ia(^e. '^ 
I'ui whether that he be hanged or not. 

5^ K. 3, Efthcu 10. Ctntrary sj hefli 
Jj Mmpi^o beyond fe^ witixui Uanct^ 
iktkp the Lsnd JHaU efcheat. 

Ce An4 


J Hi' 

land mutt, 4 E. 4. 18. t% H. $^ 5*. Ncwtonj 
ct, and (fhjt^ Wife thcre^ 4nd hat it IJJui ami 


^fUtrt til 
Tntsnf il 

WrU cf Efckdi. 

^ And tiic Courft in the Rcgiftet wai, T\ut if a Man 
attainted of Felony, that the King did fend a Writ ta 



L^Sf •/ S^'^^ff *<> enquire what Lands* and Tcocments he had, if 

|J^/«4 th<'^^^^ ^^ held of the Kiog» and which of other Lordi^ an4 

l|*^'/ij^^ by what Service, and what they were north by ihc Vcar 

tglBtonfv ultra nprifai^ and that he certify the fame. fame 

L^r*j?^^^ il altered by the Statute of 28 £iir. y. uf 9 , Tliat 

^^g>^^» a Commiflriun be roadc out unto the Sheriff* to ukc t| 

^iat^ queft: And alfo there was another Writ appointe 

hnstts wMs the Regjftcf, direftcd untii the Sheriff' to etiquifc Vbetki 

UfU^,^ fuch Houfe or Land y^hkh W,* who %ias attaintitl r 

*^J*'^''^ Felony, were fcizcd into the King's Hand ftjt a Year and one 

mttm pgy ^j jjQf^ ^jj^ Qf who© they were boJden^ and who bad 

the Ycar» Day and Waitc. atid ought to anrwer the King for 

the fame, and that he fend the Tame before the King, &€, 

and now in Plate of tbeli: Writs, there ought to be a Co«- 

EiifTion granted to enquire thcicoft dtrefled to certain 

Ions by the Statute aforefaid. 

And if a Man be attainted of Felony, and dnother entc 
into the Land, and taketh the Profits^ and if it l>e found 1 
Commiffion that fuch a Man, who was attainted of Felon 
had fuch Lands and Tenements^ and that the Lands and ' _ 
nementi have b^cn in the King*s Hand for one Year and 1 
Day ; and that B, hath taken the Profits for that Year and 
Day, and alfo hath had the Wafle thereof^ and that ||H 
Lands arc hoIJen of K Then r. (hall have a Writ unto tfl^ 
Sheriff, for to deliver him Seizure of cbe Laads, &(. 5k/W 

And he who hath taken the Profits for the fa id Year ^5 
Day, Oiall anfwer the Kirc for the fame: And tbet 
appeareth, That the Kin^ thall not have hue the ncitj 
and Day, which comer h ^fcer the Attaindrr, and that f 
took the Profits for that Year, ftiall anfWLT the King 

And if Land* he holden of an Abbot, and the 1 e*iint < 
Without Heir, &»f. the SocceBbr (ban have a WritotEich 
»nd the Writ fhall fuppofc, AJ tfjm ttanc MlMtm fnt 
diki Un^tum Ffiheata fwd^ w fi0d pr-r^T, &t^ $hit /»/ k^i 
8Rf, Iff i/f. Et ntfi, ftPt 

And the Tenant for Life of the Seigniory OmII have alVrffl 
of Efchcat, or 1 cujnt in Dowry, or by the Counery. sr^l aJ*_ 
fb the Lord (hall have a Writ of Efchcac of the 
which is but a Rent-fervice, and (hail demand tlk 
the Writ. 

Aad the King OuU bave a W^rlt of Elcheat of Toieneq 


within Cities and Boroughs, 
Fee- farm* 


Writ of OviffMK 


holdcn of hSm Irm H. 7. lo. 
Bur h th$ 


And if a Man have Title to have 3 Writ of Efcheat, if he ^^L^u 
do not accept Honiagc of the Tenant, he (hail not ^^^^^' tht l/Zl 
wards h3Te the Writ againft him, becnufe he hath accepted jp^s hldau 
him his Tenant i and fo if he accept Fealty of him. But if 11 H*4 >»*• 
he do accept the Rent of the Tenant* that fhall not bar him 
of his Writ of Efcheat ', and the Procefs arc Summcm^ Grand C Hf 3 
Csfi and Fttit Ca^e^ as in any other Fr^aft ^a^d rtddai. 

Writ af Covenants 

WRITS of Covenant arc of divers Natures; for fome 
are mcrdy perfonal ; and Tome Covenants arc real, 
to have a reaJ Thing, as Lands and Tenements; as a Cove- 
nant to levy a Fine of Land is a real Covenant. But a Writ 
of Covenant which is more perfooal is» where a Man by 
Deed doth covenant with another to build liim a Hoafe, 8f^. ^m 

or to ferve him, or to enfeoff him, ^i'c and he doth not the fl 

&rae according to the Covenant: Then he with whom the V 

Covenant was fo made, (hal! have a Writ of Covenant a- ^ 

gainft him. And there is a Note in the Regifter, which is 
this ; A Writ &f Ccvtnsnt ought not fa ht made aaording ta 
Law Mink •mithcut a Deed^ btiA^fe no Pita cf Covenant un ^ M 

mihcut Dted^ and every Man ought to hi judged aacrdJng tc hit ^| 

Detd^ and jtot by Mother L^i»y anJ the Vorm of the Writ is fl 

fuch, Hex Vh\ &>c, Prdc* A. qtiod, 8^c, tineat B. ccnvent\ Sff. S 

dt dmn, g^ f.rdn. ftr infidtlitatem ^T dffillm W fiU R- -if- H 

r^nikn fr^d. b* infra termm, fez armerum iiU:, eidem B, nfti* ■ 

tt^d\ Ei nifi, efc. ■ 

%nd if a Man make a Covenant by Deed to another and " 

hVHcirs, to enfeoff him and his Heirs of the Manor of 
i\ &c. Now if he will not do it, and be to whom the uElh.Df. 
Covenant is madcdieth, his Heir fhall have a Writ af Cove- rij.Sir^^- 
nant upon that Deed ; and alfo bis Afligns (hall have a '^^J'^'**'* 
Writ of Covenant where the Covenant is made to him and^*"' 
his AiTigns* 

And To Executors Ihall have a Writ of Covenant, of a 
Covenant made tinto their Teftators for a perfonal Thing, 
and thefe Writs appear in the Rcgiftcr. 

And it appeareth by the Regifter he may fuc a Plalnt^of ^ 

Covenant in the County or in the Hundred* Court, d^c. • fl 

And that he Qia!I have a Ktcordare to the Sheriff, for to H 

remove the fame out of the County into the Common Pleas, fl 

as it (hall be done in a Replevin fued there* tjfl 

Cc 1 A;id 'tS 

And if the Fbint of Cuirenaat tic fae^ m cbc Hun<fi| 
or U other Court of other Lord, he ihall have an 
^d CttUMm dVrelicd unto tlie ShcriiF Co remove ihe pli 

into the c^^mimon rieas. 
At r of Co- 

r ^v A. B* &F ' 

. 9 m. if jffitm N. 
/s. ^^pintttti fit 

s fach ; Pt4 

V. di E. ^f *//* W.onii |ir4 

ii/ffw r»J»p^«/- fif t4ntttm itf»^u%^iuittetm idem W* i«/f J ii/7, i 
/r 4 fnvtiU ejtfdtm N. iUngavtrtt fitvitut. Mi ftttm ffidiw 
i^mmttmtm admfitnd, Qf wmitienend. fdtm \\\ Jfirift* /h» fi 
pUtg, Et mfu f^c, £r pdd erf tut. i-^c. 

And it a Man make futh Cuvetiant by Wor^i ; or tnG 
btiiM him 3L Houfe, i&c. and he doth ilo it lit; then tfcc, 
Farcy (ball have an AUnsn upon ttic Cafe for che U1 « 
of it. 

If a Man covenant by Word to do fuch a Thfng for ^ \ 
tain Sum oi MuncVi and receive one Parcel ot trie Moncj 
and Day ti appomtcd for the Paymtrntof the tvft* Nour i 
he do not according to Ifis Covenant, he (haH hivc an A* 
Alen on the Cafe againft him for not UOio^of it, beciufe it I t ^ 
a Bargain betw IX t them, *^H 

VTatE,|.i. . And a VVrtt of Cuveninf lieth apinft EteoMOT* foe IB 
loU, 7. 18, Covenant broken of tlic Tcftjtor, aod t He 7^ 

A. «4C/i e/ii t^nvinthnm faOdm innr tff/am A, ;> ^^/, E. 
«^# f# ^(^(^ iJrm £. hoftd* 'vti ititmpfii fgt Ttdisnt C, JM,i 
tidJtd, L tmn idem O *<i ^/fTww ^Ultm ftrvewtrti rMU ^ 
t9mf<it. frnm dt pmtttb. Urr» *c^ lifttmtnt. f«^ ^^yJ, \, ta 
Vilh de N* in um^ N. ^trvmiert ii^ct urn t^hd tdtm ^ 
tx dimtgiin, ^»am pr^f. A. i9t mft^dm U^rsr. ^ katd. 
ffftimti re 4/md frddtQ, L tnf^m ftJm ittfttti in f^s^^H 
dtm ^. afffifrnftur fn^t b^red* iffiMi 1. udffKU isdem E* 

oy A ^'"''/'•-^f* 

Af And if a Man have Lands for a Term of Ycar% af») core 

ie.t,Owiiaoti;th to leave them in as good a Fit^^ht ai befuJnd thr 

f cnirt 1 
4ot. V s 

although that he pullcth du*n ihcHuufcs ft 
not have an Aftion of Covenant letciie iht 
Tcfm: Fortbe Covenai ' - ^ 
If he do wfaftc in Woo , 
iL £. I . CiVitiMni 'iy« 

1^ a Man make 3 Lea^by rVH'Pol*, > 
fIvcLefl- I h*ve a ^"^ 

Ti-l). ]^s Liangci" u 

lA! t|^c« L^ce, be fL«ii uot have a Wnt u A^o^tman^ 



pif OH 

• Jr 

Writ of CovcHdnt. 3x5* 

LeCTor, becaufe he hath Remedy by Adion againft the Stran- ^1 }Jf,t . 
gcr. Bat if the StMnger enter by Eigne Title upon the I^f- ** ^ • • 
fee, tlieo he (hall have an Aftion of Covenant agjinft the ^jj ^:L 
Lcffor, bcciuftf he hath no other Remedy. 
M And in a Writ of Cuvmant brought by the Leffce againft //^i/^A 
the L.tfor, if the Term be not expired, he (hall recover the ^ ^ta-i^ 
Term again, if he hath put him out But if a Stranger put qi.K. ? t^^ 
him out by Eigne Title, then he (hall recover all in Damages :»IvipvMth 
againft the Leffor. And the fecond tcffcc (hall have a Writ ^"-^ 
of Covenant againft the LefTor, if the Leafc be made to him lll;!j^\^'^^^^ 
and his Alfignees with Warranty. w^gxsolily 

And if a Man leafc Lands for Life by Deed, and afterwards 2^. k. 3.;^'. 
putccth him out, the LclTee (hall not have a Writ of Co^e- hi jhaU re- 
nant agiinft him, but an AflTize. Bur if he grant by the Deed,^-^^ ^'/ 
That if a Stranger enter by Eigne Title, that then he (hall ^'''f- 
have a Writ of Covenant thereupon ; Now upon the fpecial vcnant 3!* 
Matter he (lull have a Writ of Covenant, otherwifc not, C««<^ Vi. p Ehz. 
VL Trill, 26 H 6. Oyer 2^7. 

A And in Lmdjn^ a Man (hall have a mit cf avenmt with- 2.7H. 6. Co- 

f out a Deed for the Covenant broken. ^*^h^ i*' 

B And a Man (hall have a Writ of Covenant againft the Sure- ^^ "; ^l' ^^ 
ties who became Sureties, or j&ive Security that a Man (hould V'i^i "j 
perform fuch Covenants, c>"t. 4,1^.3.^. 

• C And the A(rignee of the Le(ree (hall maintain a Writ of finchrfcn. 
Covenant againft the LeflTor, although there be not any AC- If the Cove- 
fignee mentioned in the Deed of Covenant. "*"f f* , 

^ with Latnrt, 

• ike jlffgnee fb*iU have Covenant to- thou: being: furncJ. jis two Coparceners one 
c^venlviwth to difsharge tl:-: oihir Party, the yilicrtce j})jll have Covenant. 

D Alfo Adminiftrators (hall have a Writ of Covenant as well 
as lixecutors. 

E And the Writ of Covenant onght to be brought where i^*^-^'C> 
the Covenant was made. But if he bring it in another ^^?^^^l^fj 
County, the Party fliall not plead the fame to ab.»te the ;;y.^;;.^',^^ 
Writ, unlets the Deed bear Date in another County, and /„ o-Ur 
Co the title of CoTenant in the Abridgments were large tor Counn\ ye t 
that Matter. '/^•^/'^''*' 

lieth w..\- t 
the Land 

Cc 3 Ctnmntfnt 



47 2.1.1 

OvensnS I0 kvj m Fmt. 

'T^HERE Is Motlwrr Manner of Corcnaot. wlitch is mof 

I in the Realty And that Writ proper If iicth vihcr 
a Mao by Deed gramcth to another to levy 1 Vine to bii 
and his Heir* of certain Uods and Tetiemencs, he to wfaoi 
Che Grant is nude rh|)i have a Writ of Coveoaot agaidt^ 
him to levy a Fine of that Land, and the Form of the Wfk 
it fuch : 

Rix Vn\&i, FfMif. A. fife fwi, &u itntst B. ummnism 
figm inttr iffi fa3* dt m^mt:e di N mm f^tttn. Vet Tk ; dt wm 
mfudgio 6p un4 aa\ tar. cum ferttn, in N. (y*- & ^ifi% c*f- 

And the Form of the rarcicolars in that Writ (hall be 
iifed as the Form is In a Pr^tft ^k^d uddai of Lajid« to 
pat the ParticDlars in the faid Writ, 

And if he who ought to levy the Fine^ and maitc the Cb-G 
oufancep cannot come for Sidcoefs cr other reafonable Cattfe 
into Court, then he may fuc a Writ of Dfdimu% fntfiAtt 
dire£led unto fome Juftice, that he go to him to take ft 
Connfance, and to certify the fame to the jufticts of tl 
Common Picas, and the Writ of Covenant ought tu be Tiii 
before the Dtdimuj PHeJhtm be retorned In the Comma 
Picas ^ and the Didsmus ?. ttA^arm ought to recite that the Wii 
of Covenant is depending in the Common Pleas before tt 
Jafticcs; and the Writ (hall be fuch : 

RtM dtltap 8p /if/i fi9. W KkkhW fahtttm Otm hetft jp» 
flrum dt itnvtntiofi, frndtat (Qrsm *vchit Of [wt vtftr, ^«jNr« 
mfirii di kiftio iMtif A. £?* B. €^ C. it^6r, fjH dt mm isrgu 
tiffd istm f€ftin, in H. ad fi/ttm imdt htir ii$ tstdu vtth QF- 
fftih vtfifi$ fradin^ di h/tcd ^r^d. fattndm ligim Cf 
ndinem tigfH n^fin Itvmd §t p^f* A, B. ^ C. aii^ imfme 
fai tiflantf ifmd €^ff9e m^xtrnp fu^rtm tiffcr^m ftfitub itffk 
gd WcBm« ad iitm in brtvi fr^diH* t^nanttm id rmimitU 
fits m ht Pirti rt^uifuniEr fiimd. Ub^nn n:ii fufki^m^ 
gtcrfimau ms fiaHi t^rimd. A. 0. 6^ C tmfgHtnm i$ 
fatti^ dtdmui \ebn fouflittm rtufttnd, tpgnuteiui fU» ft^ 
A. B* Gf C, (^rum iv4/j /stin wiutrwm m fr^mtf^ fip 
whit m^ndjm fM:d U fr/f^ A, B. &■ C* ftfiigAhnt sued 
ugntiiiw* fnaf ^f^d ncifUtiu Et lum iJS rtitfuitn ffd 
/it, fam vtfifSi i»di dijitudf €f ififU rtddjih ufrt^nt i 
iMttufiiti ttif Imttr f^iit ft4di(l, di ttntmtntt} ffsdiS^ htm 
Vi'hi^ ii> fiiji vffhii fud.S* tn ttdtm ham9 IfVgfi f^k^ 
ptrndrnm hgtm S/^ccnfmlMdiMtm fudtQ* O AiAtjj ibt ttrntimt 

CcwMnt U tfvy 4 Fmt. 

And if the Dtdhms potfflafm be made unto any the 
Juftkesof the King's Bench, then the Form of tlie Writ is 

Rrx dihCT, flpf. W. tafitd. jnftic. mfiro, Vt\ Be; Jupu 
ntffirot &Pc* Cum tufin domm vicaru Ecdtf^e bf4ti Petri E- 
bor, tuitrit brtvt mftr. de tonvent, vrrfui H. mil's t^m Ae 4i\fP^ 
tdtiont EccUf de F, ad finm indt inter tct cttam Iris di 

^amo fecumi* fegm &> i^fifitetud* rt^ni rrcjlri Itvau^. .. ..,.;/7 ^ufln 
Sp H* ^dfp impdeiiUi, tVr. ( ufquc ubi ) 6»* f«w t4$ rmfm^ 
ih fr<f. JufliC' nofivQi indt f$b ftgilU vtflro difiinBt &* $ftftt 
reddaiii (trihrts, ut tunc fnis illt^ fVf. f afqite ibi> f^nndwm 
^i^m ©• t9nffiitudmm Jufrad$8. mittend, eifdem Jnflit, kx hivim 

And if a Man have divers Writs of Covenant depending 
*^gafnft fcVt^ral Perfons in fcvera! Counties, fire, he may have 
<}tit Writ of Dedimui Ppteflattm direftcd to one Ju(>»cc to take 
their Conufancc fcvcrilly, and to certify them, ijr<- and the 
J?orm of the Writ is fuch : 

Rez, gpf. CUm hrtvt mftrum dt cmvewtiont ftndesi tcftm 
V9bh h* fctiis Vfftrh ^uflrc, mflrh in bfncf> imtr E. ^.f J. di 
mtdietdtt mmffii dt N, cam fertin. 8^ almd brevf ttcftrHm di 
tomftitthn^ fendeat toram vctn ft* ficiri vtflrh fttcd, inter t^fam B* 
& fr*f* !• dt itriif mfaagiCj Qf^, f& fic de aliis, 8ic) st fiHi in^^ 
Hr «i, &t. fubi ftl{rra*) 

And if a Mar) ought for tolei^ a Fine, and he 1$ going \n 
the King's Scrvic;, then he fhaH have a Dtd^mu; PottflMttm 
dircftcd unto the Juftices, to take his Conufance. And fo of 
a Woman who is with Child \ and the Writ (hall mentioa 
the fame ; thus, 

Rfx, ^t. Cum hreve^ ©T^ (afque ibi) ad finem^ ^, at fnf* 
W. dt mmdm nofiro ohftpio ncflre alt hi jittendjl^ Qf fr^f. I. 
f regnant fit Qp gravids , ac frxdi^^ B, laaguidut gf imfffiim 
fai fxiflit, per fucd pr^diH. W* apnd Wcftm. ad dim in brevi 
tmentum venirt nen potfft^ ntc fr^cdiH. 1. 8i» B, ad di&, dhmSf 
Iccum hborJrt nvrt faffiz* ad cc^Hlt\ CFc* Ntfi tidtm W. graU v^ 
Itmta futfi ffiu^lm m hat firtt^ 8p ftatai torandtm I. G^ B# 
tomfattent. in hoc fjrU^ 

A ad if he in the Rererfion will levy a Fine of hh Reverfioa 
dnro another upon a Writ of Covenant fucd forth again* 

I him, the Conufance (hall be taken in the Common Pleas, 
but the Fine (hall not be engroffed until the Tenant for Life 
' have attorned \ and the Fine isfaid to be engrolTed, when the 
• Chirographer makcth Indentures of the Fine, and dctivcretli 
! them to the Party to whom the Conufaiice if made, and then 
• k is faiO, that the Fine is cngrofled. and after that the Conti- 
e Cc 4 re-; 




[i8 Oven AM U hv} 4 Fine. 

(cc (biU not hare a Qt^td jurn Usnut again Ik th? Tcoaat 
lor Life Bot r^ r>-- f. ;, ,. i.^„ j^ \^ j|^^ Rcvcifion ypcw 
fhf Writ of ( ft him, makcth tlic CoMl* 

r^i^ of the Rcvti liic, 4jfc, then upon that thcCo-^ 

r c ijialj have 31 1 f;.iwif againft the Tcuanc faff 

Lac ^ and if the Tci ant lur Life be 10 weak that he canooT 
travel^ then he may fue a Ikdimuj PoUpjtem ditcQtdtoch^ 
JuAlccito take his Conufance, 6f<. and to certify tbc (ism 
mtu the Common Picas. 
And the like Writ of Dtdrmtis Pfiiefljtm Aall be graoi 
" .%bcrc the Lord by Fine grantcth the Services of bii 
naot unto another tipon a Writ of Covenant Cued ^j 
him* If the Cooufce fuc a Ptr ^udfirvitu againft theX 
then if he be weaker fick, he may Cue a Dedimm paefisnmf 
Uke his Conufance, c^t. and to certify the fimc, QFt. 
X)y, Ocmir the Courfe is for to admit the Defendant In a Qmd fi 
iimiit or Per qa^ fervUU^ to make Attorney after a Pi 
pleaded \ and that eri>ecially where be picadeth fuch PI _ 
that be fhail forfeit his Eftate, if it be found ^^^--A h\ml 
r^t\ then it is clear, That he fliall make Aitc tlk; 

flea pleaded ;, and the Couife is now to mike .lUumcj a 
teTpleailing; and if he be adjudged to attora, toafard 
Pift'SH^^i ad Atttr»dndMm againft him 1 ^, 

And ir a Man have a Writ nf rovenait ag^inft one tolr 

Dfdmui peUjla'^m dil^Qcd CO 

of the VArt\^ and the Jud^c dock' 

j,anfcc by Ftircc of the Wiif» and will nt?t ccr- 

irj the Common Pleas th^n the Party may fuc 

aCi. ! to tht! r.jme J 'd^c, reciting all the Mit* 

tcr I ikcti the* Conufjnce^ commanding hi in b; 

the Wtit, w the Conimon Picas ; A 

tipnn thar 3r, ,j, lod Attachment to t 

rrtity it or retorn it, or fliew Oufc 

. , t. And if the Jadgc be dead who 

took thcConmance, he may haTc a drtmjri to hii ILxetu* 

ftorSi aoj 40 Jhsi^ and PUtusj and Attar^-^^"^ .»:.'*♦, 

»»^My^^fl//cf/^and in the ^.nd of the Writ :. 

£1 k4h€t% tht hct brtv\ ftr pcd -- .> ^^a^.^ n^if> 

iy hoc kn^f. MAmd^mui rum / u d§ iiM9 ffSi 

fdrd ugninoft, dr huvta pr^diB, jay j\^iJo Mefirt ih m0, 
fuej ea a -jih j mi^tMi. Tifii^ 0i, Apd by that it appca 
eth, Thii alihough the CtWctin be fent to the Jodgc uii 
fctiim the Conuraucc tjkcu hc/orc the Juftices of the Coo- 
mon ri^^as, that v ' ~'\ another Writ to 

^c (cfit aod difcOt . CoGosioa Pkas, to 



n^rit of Domr unde Nihil hdcU 

ive fucb Conufance taken: And the Writ of Ctrti.jJtt 
which fhali be dircfted unto the Juftices of the Common 
picas to receive the Conu&ncc, is ifl the Rcgifter amongft 
the Writs of Covenants, 

And if a M*in will levy a Fine of Linds holflen of the 
King in chief, then he ought to have a fpccial Writ unto the 
Jgftices of the Comnion Pleas ; thus. 

Hex fujiic, fmi de bancs [Mnum. Cum fit littrAi fi^ftn% 
pateatcs de grjtia mjha fyictali comdfmui L ^md iffe dt ma- 
Herits fitit de N. Qr* L cum per tin, pa de nobis ttntmur t^capitt, 
ftcf^t pcffit W, &€. Tuitind icum cbartam (ufque ibi J peitt 
in liter ii nofiris pr^diH. plenius ccntineatitr^ ac hreve ncftmrn 
de ctnventicue ptndeat tar am v$bts in hnce fr^dB* inter ffai^ 
'1. 6» W. de msneriis pradtU^ ad finem inde inur res fecundum 
legem 3* tcnfuetudivem regni noftri levmd. ut mtfimus^ FcbU 
msndAmtts^ ^uod fnem iUum inter faftei prsd^ ccram vskis in 
' Hdem bjtne& Uv^tri per mitt at is juxta tendnm tittrafum mflrartm 

fr^dm,, 8cc, 
» And if it do appear unto the Court, that the Lands arc 
hoMen of the King in CjpHe^ the Court ex effeiQ ought not to 
fuffer fuch Fine to be levied without fttch a Writ dircfted unto 
them, declanng the King's Pleafure, 

And there is another Writ of Ctrtionri direftcd unto the 
Treafurer and Chamberlains of the Exchequer, to certify 
the Tranfcript of a Fine in the Chancery; aud a Writ of 
W/f f ina/// out of the Chancery direfted to the Juftices of the 
Common PIe;is to tranfcribe the fatd Fine, &^c. 

»Aod another Form of Writ of Certman direfled unto the 
Chirographcr, to certify into the Chancery temrem tujufd^m 
not it in Cur, Vimm £, nitfer Regis AngliM^ Sfc. asappearcih ia 
the Regiftt^r. 

ffht if Dcwcr unJe Nihil ha bet. 19 Atn ^, 

Br, Dqw. 
B A ^^^^ ^^ Vawer^ unde IJihil ktkt^ licth. in Cafe where 5;, 
* £\ a Woman tjketh her Husband, who is folc felied ofDo^irlietB 
Lands or Tenements, to liim and his Heirs in Fee fimple, or ^^ ^g^ivfl 
unto him and the Heirs of his Body, &>i. Or if the Husband ^^"^^f* 
during the Marriage betwixt him and his Wife, be fulcly feiz- *^^^ ,^f^^ 
cd in Fee fimple, or in Fee-tail of fuch Eftatc, chat the IflToc/prr /> // * 
begotten betwixt him and his Wife may inherit the fame, dmhtedif 
Then if the Husband doth alien the fame, or dieth fcizedT^f^ ^ 
thereof, or be thereof difcifcd. and dicch, , his Wife fliatl ,?*f,''^^'' 
have a Writ of Pflfc»#r, mde HihU baht, againft litm ^h^^^J^^f^ 
b Tenant of the Freehold of the Land, or agaijift him who is J^^ i,/^ 
. ' Guardian Dtjftifitk 



mif pf Dmer ttnde MiM hdtt. 

Gaardian In Knight^s Service of the Land i in<l clie Foimi 
the Writ is: 

Kit Vn\ &c, Fr-er. A* ftcd ji^i, S^r, rtdd. B. fu 

Mm d§iem ftM 


dm, Ei 

futritur, fn^d frU. A. ei 

And agiinft tlie GuardiJn the Writ is foch : Fr£^ 
Ofiid. ttns, Sf iMftdh J. qued rtddis^ Ov. B. fU4t fwii 
C. arc- 

Othcrwifc where the Wife i$ endowed ad ifiiwm 
TIius, Pr^f, A. fa<J</» ^f- rii4. B, fa^ fmt uxcr C* Ct 
itrr^ cum ftnin. in N. de p:hus prd^iS, C. ^Mcndam vir _ 
B* tm dotavit id cflium ExcUf, qtundo tarn dtffQfifd;/ii, wdg} 

And if flic he endowed «V iftnfa Patrh, then thtiii Fr4 
A. ^Mfid^ £yr. redd, B. fiu /irjf lUff C* Ctniam Mr, r^fr^t 
^# fukii ff€din, C ///KJ <> hmn sffitti A< fw^^m vir if 
fita 6. i^ d^ivjlt &> veUtttati iffitu A* f ^i) /ii tf^m ^/^il i/ 

Perkins ^7, And the VVfie of Dower ««</f wil'fY AtfSfi, may be filed 
A Com- the County before the Sheriff by a pfikm, 
wm Usa And a Wife (hall be endowed of AdvowfoDSi VillaiiMbJ 
J"JJ^**^ Commons of Pafturc, and of other Profits <^^ Uhcnie*. 

gjjj^^ which her Husband had any Eftate of Inheritance ; wbii 

i.»E.V£ft^te the IlGic bci¥*ixt thcni by PoffiWlity may mbeflr, 
power 2.j.6^« 

And the Wife may fue a Writ of P^jrrr of Lands or Te- 
nements in LWj/x^ and the Writ IhaM be direftcd unta the 
Mayor and Shr i iffi <S LonJjap and the Writ (bitt be futh I 
Rij: Mjjftn ^ r/<. Lond. fikiem* Frdcif, v^h q^td ;• 
(tttts A. qttcdjufti ^ fiM diUthnfp Qp fmrndtm uaptttmj/ 
Civiuitf ncfir. London* ndd, B* ft^ fuit Mxtr C. rstkit^iiem 
dcttm fuMfi^ ftu ii imtiitgit^ 0^« tn LonJ* G^ jnfiit* D, 
pjle^ ^t, Sr fnunditm uii{n€Ud'mm^ gfc. nddnt tidm tCr^ 
ttomhU' d^ttm pi^m^ 9fu im e^dtm OviiAtet Mnde mhii b^t, Qfc J 
Ml duit^ ii^ undt qnait* ^ucd fr^X A . *> D. it d.fsttum^ fgiii 
uMittr mnfir^jt purtt^ food ti uddtre dthtaMt^ sf sM^!hi^ Sfu 
Tifte. tVtf. 

And by that It appeareth, That a Woman Diall hare ^ 

VV^if^ ofo^ir/r In Und.^ft^ ag<*inft feTeral Tenants by a fcttut 

a \n one Wnt, as well as (be Diall hate a Writ af i3t#9tf| 

a r ..^.,1 T-^ ..., i^ feveral Fr40fr%^ and alt in ooaj 

: IS SammoAs, Qr^nd C£fi and Ptsii] 

c.'/f HI tnc CJinrnc;n r'icai. 

^^P Writ of AJmeafunmint (f D<mfer, 

B npHE Wnt fff Aimtafurmmt cf Dmtr lieth, where the 
X Heir when he is witliin Age cndowcth chc Wife of 
more than fhe ought to have Dower of ; Or if the Guar- 
dian endow the Wife of more than of the third Part of 
I the Land of which (he ought to have Dower : Then the 
Heir at his full Age may fue thU Writ againft the* Wife, and 
thereby (he fhall be admeafured \ and the Surplufagc which 
flic had in Dower ftiall be rcftored to the Heir^ but in fuch 
Cafe there {h^Jt not be affigned anew any Land to hold in 
Dower, but to take from her fo much of the Land which 
amountcth to above the third Part of all ihc Land of which 
(he ought to be endowed. 

And if die Heir within Age before the Guardian enter 
into the Land, do aflTign to the Wife more Land in Dower 
L than (he ought to have, then the Guardian fhall have the 
■ Writ of Mmeafurmtnt agakfk the Wife by the Statute of 
IVfft. 2* (Of. 7, And if the Guardian bring the Writ, and do 
purfuc it againft the Wife", yet the Heir at hii full Age by 
the fame Statute, (hall have the fVjrit rf Mmtafuremeni ^ Domtr 
againft the Wife, 

And the Writ is Vkonikl^ and Ihall be filed in the County 
before the Sheriff, and the Writ is fjch : 
G fitx Va\ ^c. Qufjius eft mhi$ h* filiui t Um B, pad C, 
mjt fuit u^$r fr^diB* B. flui hsbtt in dctm de lihtr. ttmm. quod 
fait frddiiV 6. quondam vtri fui in N* quant hubtn dibtt^ if ad 
if Jam ftttimt haknd. Et ideo ttbi frMCfpimnif qui>d jyftt&Jim 
diUtiene ^d/neftfurari fat, dctem iilam^ ita quod hjid' C- nen ba* 
beat fiiii in dotm de hxrtdt pmiiU^ A. fWdw hmft debet & ad 
iffm pertinet hab^nd* fecund* rm^AhiUm dQtem fuam* Et ffstdiW 
A* habeat de date iHa^ id qMtd habere debet ^ ij nd iffim per$inet 
lisbfnd*ntmplius, be Tefltf &€. 

And for the Guardian the Writ is fuch : ^ejlus eft mbit 
A. Cuftos itrr^ b huered* E. qnod C qnd fuit uxor prad. E. 
pki hiihet in datem i^Jm^ Cf f . fufquc ibi) iu qwd pr^d* C. non 
hjbeM flus in dctem de h^red^ fr^dip* h^redii qtt,im habere debet, 
fipc. Et quodfr^diB* aifici b^beat di dote iUa^ Qpf, nt smfliuh^u 

And when the Plea is in the County, the Plaintiff may 
remove it without Caufe, and the Defendant may remove 
it with Catjfc in the Writ, as in a Replevin* And if the Writ 
be removed in the Common Pleas by a Pffwf, and Procefs be 
aivarded againft Che Defendant according to the Statute, 




3 ji U^rh of Admtsfurement ef Dmtr. 

imunt, Attachment and DiRr^is ^Vc, Th-rii 
I miVc the Admcafurcirii'nt, but to cxt 
the Land particwiarly , and to return fhcijmc into the 
mo^ ricjs. laJthcrcgpon the A^mcaruicment IhJl he 

6jr t ;* 

A... . . . Guardian iflign for Dower> tSc. more than (l^J 

ought CO have, and afterwards grant 07er hi( Eftatr, his A^| 
Ggntc (halt not have a Writ of Adrnti^nrntnt, ™ 

And fo \i the Heir within Age alEgn onto the Wife more 
in Dower than (he ought to hare^ CTr. The GuanUan La 
Right may have a Writ of Admcifarcmcnt ; but if he graqc 
over his tftate, his Afllgncc who is Guardian In Fiit 
not have the Wiit^ beciufe it was a Thing in AQioa gt 
to hULcffor, &i, and the Heir (hall have a Writ of Admi 
frremnt cf Ikmr, for Dower afligncd in the Time of 

And if a Woman be endowed in Chancery by the Kinft A 
Gfc. the Heir Ihall have a Writ of Mmesfurmeni againft 
her if (be have nwrc affigned to her for her Dower tliaa 
ought for to have. 

And if the Gaardian do aflign Dower (nore thtn 
ought to have, the Heir during his Nonage fhall : 
Writ of Admcaforemcnt, but if he himfclf alUgn -, ._ 
Dower than ftc ought to have, e^£, ibcn it f€€m% rcaRn 
We, that he himfclf during his Non-age bar*: the W^ 
Jdmeajurtmfnt of Dower. 

But if the V/iit after the Aflignmeiat of Dower tf( 
l^rove the Land, and make it better thao it wis at the 

of the Alfignment I an Ad: '■■ ~icnt doth not lie < 

Improvement. But if the i cm be by Cafuali 

Blinc of CoaU or of Leai^, in the La 

whfth have been occupied in tin :*sTime> the 

ts the more ^ hut fhe cannot di|^ new Mines \ for that |SSI 
Wafte if fhe fo do. 

And if the Anccftor dleth feited, an ! 
bcfoie he entreth into the Lind, yet t^ 
^owed , atthoogh bcr Husband had but a FoilciTioQ 
?^r1^1mt^ But a Man (hall rr ' -Ut Cotirtefy of t 

I ft y, f. WifeN Und, if his W .(Tion in D^l. if 

14 E,^.tK ^ (^ot in fpccial Cifcv : js o\ Advowion or Rent* where (tm 
dicth lietorc the Djy of Payment of tin- r^mf 

And in that C^(c, if the Kind's T 
^'•"-> 'Iz before he enter | then tiic W 

Pe'-V 19 d. 

p|H t,Ad- 




lUriJ/ LTV fk^UUVffti^ 



Writ of Admdtijuremmt ef DavHr. j |; 

But if the Heit enter ami iotriidc upon the KJng'c PoU t R 7. ^ 
feflion, and afterwards die bctbrc he fueth \\% Livery t + H, ;, i." 
The Witc fhall not be endowed by the Statute of Pnrcgattvii 
Rigis, cap. 11. which is, that it the Heir intrude upon the 
King's PoffclTion, that tJuUum accfefiit ii iikrum ienemn'^ 
turn* Sf^c 

Where a Woman take Eh a Leafc for Years of Land 5 (he - H, 4. 7. 
(hall not be endowed of the Tame Land during the Term. Vcrkins^. 

And where the Eftatc which the Husbind hath during**' 
the Marriage is ended, there the Wife thall lofe her Dower. 
As if Tenant in Tail do difcontinue in Fee, and afterwards 
taketh a Wife and diffeifcth the Difcontinuee, or the lyir- 
continuee doth enfeoff him, and afterwards the Tenant in 
Tad dicch feizcd, his Heir is remitted, and the Wife ihaUJofe 
her EXjwcr, bccaufe the Heir is in of another Eftate of Inhe- 
ritance, than the Husband had during the Coverture. ^ 
And fo if a Man have Title of A£lion to recover any ^ 
Landf and afterwards he mtreth and diffciredi the Tenant 
of the Lind, and dicth feized, and his Heir entreth, The 
Heir 13 remitted unto the Title which his Anceftor had, and 
the Husband's Wife thall Jofe her Dower; for that Eftacc 
which the Husband had is determined, for that was an £0«bte 
in Fee by Wrong, and the Heir hath the Eflate in Fe« whith 
bts AjiGcftor had by Right* 

If a Man make a difc in Tail* referving Rent to him and 10 E. y.* 
bis Heirs, and attt-rwards the Donor hjth a Wife, and the Avowrf j 
Tenant in Tail dicth without llTue^ 1 he Wife of the Donor ^^^' ^^ 
Oiall notjbc endowed of the Rent, bccaufe th« Rent is eatiina, ^"^^^ * 
for it w^3 referved upon the State*'! ail which is ended : But 
althujj^h that the Tenant in Tail dieth without llTuc, yet his 4^" £,3, 14, 
Wife thdlf he endowed, btc3ufc the Land Cvintinucth and is Fmchdcn. 
00 1 dercrmined as the Rent is. 

If the Grandfather dieth fciicd, and after the Father dicth Pcrktiis62. 
fejzed, and the Son hath the Land, and then tlie Wife of the ^j E. j. \y 
Grarjdfather, is endowed of the third Part of the Land and Jf** ^ 

dfcth, yet the Wife of the Father fhall not have Dower of ^^ ^^A 
that third Parr, bccaufe ^j it dcti feti mft dfhet. ^ , 

And if the Husband beTtrnanc in Common with two other 
in Fee of certain Lands, and diefh, his Wife tliall be endow- 
ed of the third Part of that Land, only with Metes and 
Bounds to hold in Common, B'c , 

And if a Wife be endowed of a Mill, or of an Office, (he .^ e. §. 
fhall have the third Part of the Prorits thereof affigacd unto bower fo. 
her. and (he Ikrll hav^c a Freehold in the th;rd fart of the » H. f. 1. 
Mill» &c. M. 45 £-9; • ^ . Pcihius^. 


aiT. g. ii. A Wofiiln of the Age ot nine Ycari or more at tht Deaf „ , 
rJ' ^ I* Dr* Qf \^f HtDbiad, Chall hate Dower of hit Land, And if flje 

not hjivc Dqwct. 

If a Woman he endowed, and afteriNrards lofetfi by AQkMi I 

triedi if fhe pr^iy In aid of him in the Rcvertion, iic QiaH bs 

BcW endowed of that which rcmaineth. 

If the Husband exchange Land, ^t. and afterwards dieCh, ^ 

If the Wife have Dowrr of the third Part of ehe Land taken 

in Exchange, fhe (hall not hJxT Duwer of the other Laad^ 

6P( . which was given in Exchange. 

If a Woman be GuardUn in Socage, and Oic bring a Writ 

of Dower agajnli a Stranger, he nuy plead, that (he hoIdetJi 

other Land in Socage of which fh;; may endaw her fell, it ^m 

f/s;i hidt^ and then the Wife upon that may endow her fdH 

. of thofc Lands unto the Value of the third Part, vbifife^H 

,^^4>f 'ought to have of the other Linds which the CuanliaiM|H 

Yk^hmFrn'^tt\i^ Sfi, And Whether ihe may endow herfelf of th^Hi 

fkild. kaU unto the Valtie of the third Part which (he ouglit m 

4S ^* h^* have of her Huiband*s Land or nOt iliLrrt } for fomehoMlri 

Ctndiih* YYizt Dower de flm htdt (hall endure but during the mB 

J^;/* '*'' nority of the Heir who is m Ward* ^ 

The Son would have endowed his Wife of a Reveriioa of | 

Land which one held for Life, r-r 4//»Ji pMrh | and it wn 

bolden, that it was not good» H* 4 £. |. becaufe it was 

not in PofleflTion \ whereof a Right of Dower tnay be dadned. 

twriii ^"** ^**^ ^^^^ °*^ Dower tx sftnfn f^uii Jieth at wellB 

rSS clx^&'^^^ ^^^« Guardian, as agiainft the Tenant of the Frce- 

^ ^ 'bold. 

If the Tenant fore judge the hkfn, yet the Wife of tbeO 

Mifm (hall be endowed. 

E. |. If a Man recover in Value agalnft the Htishand by a Wa 

>4Wef 14^9* f^ty Aumiflfil^ yet the Wife (hall be endowcdt becattfc 

fame is by Force of the Warranty made, and not by II 

of Eigne Title to the Land* 

^A v4^ The younger Son (hail not afllgn Dower to hit Wife 1 

^ il^rn/b fAtfii of the Fathei^s Land, becaufe he is aoc T 

ippifentt ^^ 

;Fcrk.^8.a. If the Husband enter into Religion^ the Wife (hall toR 

2^ *^ ?x, *>*^^ Dower tlanog hii Life. 

i^werioi. j^^ ^.f^ Q^jj jj^y^ jj^^ ^jjj^ ^^^ ^f ^^^ Advowfon far 

her Dower. 

^ftiatJo' ^^ *^*^ ^^^ ^^ ^^^^ ^^^^ ^^^ Husband, and remain with S 
^ ^ ' 'the Adulterer, (he (JiaJI lofe her Dc;wer 5 but if (be remain 
in Adultery upon the Husband's L^ods or Teneoiaitfp fhe 



Writ pf Jdmufuremtnt of Dower. 

(hatl hare Dowef , bccaufc the fame is not an Elapement. 

If the Husband be attainted of Rlooy by Ootlawrf or 
otherwifc, {he (liall lofc her Dower. 

If onejomt'tfnant make a Feoffment of his Part, hUWife 
(hall not be endowed becaufe her Husband was nerer folc 

Endowment ex 0fenfii mairh, is good, but » ^Jfinfufntnif 
it's hotden it is not good. 

And Dower ear Ajjfnfn fair is after the Marriage, UjR^. 4: 
good. Lefte ftr' 

If 1 Man marry a Woman in a Chimbert Downent 4d ^'f* ^^ 
cftium Cmer^t is rot good. *^'^ ^^^ 

Dowment ad Ofiium Euhfm of the Moiety of the Uind^ ^Humft 
good. . . „ « . Jhslik^t 

And a Woman married in a Chamber^ IhalJ not have Dow. Dswer #- 
er by the Common Law, H, 16 H. ?. {^u^e of Marriages^*'"? ^^' 
made in Chapels not confccrated, i^e. for many arc by ^'^'^* ^ 
Licence of the Bifliop married in Chapels. ef€. And it J'J^ ^A%!f 
feemeth reafonable, That in foch Cafes {be ihall have Dower^ ^ ' 

And in fome Places the Wife (hail have the Moiety in 
Dowcr^ 31 in Gavelkind. 

And in Ibme Cities flie ftiall have all by the Cuftom 
which is cailtd Free-Bench, &^f. And Gkmjii faith, That 
4id eflmm Euhfi£^ a Man cannot adign more than the third 
part in Dower, and if he do the Wife fhall be admeafured^ 
6^c. but Icfs may be affigned by Laws yet at this Day it 
feemeth. That the AfOgnmenc ^d Mum Euleft^ of more 
than the third Part, is good, and (he mall not be admeafured 
for it. 

And the Wife fliall not be diftralned in the Lands which 
fhe holdeth in Dower, for the Debts of the Husband in his 
Life due to the King, nor in the Lindsof Inheritance of the 
Wife, nor in the Lands which flie hath by Purchafc made by 
the Husband to him and his Wife, and unto their Heirs ^ 
and if (he be diftraincd by the Shcriif, ihe may fuc fort|i 
fych Writ. 

, Rfx VU\ &tn Cum fttnnJ* Ugtm ©p co^/ii. Kt^i ntftrl An^. 
mdim in ttrris Gf> tenfmutt, qu^ ttnent* in d$trm dt dcffovi' 
ft:, fwofum, vet qu^ funt de h^rtdiute yi*, vti q, fi^i ^erqttifir, 
ff^ dibit ^s vireritm fmrum rtddtnd, diptingi ncn dehedtttf a 
iu B. qu^ /kit Bzor A. diflhngiiin Umi ^'!f ienemfni, fnu^ f9gt 
tinentur in dettm de dono fr^dtO, A- & itUm qine fuer* di 
ktrtd. iffius B, fitmt tx quirtia fas secepimui : TtSi prxctfimus^ 
f> Unemtn, fun qu^ tefKniur in dstem^ ^tl 
ytt iS qu^fiu iffiu4 B* ffi dthiH 


ffiad ipfum B* lA ttrr* 
■ fitnt di h^trcdiutt faa frefria^ 

Writ pf Admfjfitrement of D^mr. 

&€^ Ttfle, &i. 

There IS another Form of Writ imljeRcgiftcr for Te- 
nant in Dower, \fcblch is dircftcd unto the Sheriff, ami* 
maadin^ him th^it he do noc diftrain the Wife lO thofr Ltoili 
which fhe holdelh in Dowcri or of Ker own InhcriUDcc* for 
the Husband*s Debt ; but that Writ hath Uicfc VV ords in the 
End of the Writ> bum tamen hxniti k^ rxttutefti ttfijmtwU 
iffiui A, id dibiU ilU mhfi rtddtnd^ f ffiiitfiU n^n iifiwi 
And by thefc Words in the Writ it fccmcth. That if the 
of the Executors have not fuflicieot ot Laodi or 
to PJf the Debt, that the Wife (luU be ch^r^ed 
ftraincti for the Debt of iJie Husband in tUofe Landt. 
it fccmcth rcafonablej that the Wife fhall not be tha 
diftrained for the joint Put dc to her 

ber, nor for her Lands of > <^e, nor 

wherein (he hath Title of Duwcr before tlie 
come indebted unto the King, And that the fi: 
cording to the Law for thofc Cafes, But if tl 
indebted unto the King before ibe liaTc Titk w; U^^ 
feemcth to be othcrwilc. 

And there is another Writ in the Rcgiftcf for th^ 
dircftcd to the Sheriff, thar he do not dtHrain her In 
cr Tcncmenis which her Husband and (be porchaied pi 
Jy before the Hisbaad was indebted to the K«n^, if ti 
purchafe the Land joinilf to them in tee* the Uindi ifm 
the Dcith of the Huiband in fhe Hands of the Wile aixi l»cr 
Heirs ftiall be difcharged of the Debt ; and if he bcdiftrai 
that he deliver them j^ain to the Wife- 

Ami by the fame Rralbn, although the Hasband be bel 
indebted ro the Kiog^ that if he and Jhc purchafe the L 
jointly in Fee to thcm» after the Death of the Husband, i 
Wife and her Heiri be difcharged of ihatDelK Anri ih*^ 
is another Writ in the Regiftcr, for the Teiunt i. 
dircftcd to the Sheriff, th^t he ^q not diftrjtn the 
the Husband's Debt, becaufc tl>it i\\c Heir wio ougnt 
pay the Qmc out of the Lands is wichin Age^ and m Wa 
to the King. Or becaufe that other Tenants who 
be charged ^ith the Payment thereofp are omitted. 

And lo it rccmcth, the Lands of the Tenant In 
(hall be difUiarged, if there were other Lands of tbd I 
band to py the Debt. hs4 liiok Writs appear ia the Rej 
ftcr, /«. I4at I4J. 

Writ of Cupcms and Services. 3j7 

A • And another Writ direftcd tt) the Slierift", that he dof lyi ] 
not diftrain the Wifewiio holdcth Lands in the*Vi. fo AH". 
Debts ot the Husband which ..e owed to the Kinf, 'jwA). v the ^■■^:-*:"'y^° 
Contraft of Marriage bctv^'een }:im and his Wik*, nor \\\c]/;;y/\^'^'' 
Lands which the Husband and Wife puTth.^rcd joirrly in 1'i.v;'^;''"/ i;..^ 
for the Husband'sDcbts whic.i he became Debitor for, before ;/.V=V-:' 
the Purchafe. And ihc m. v have fuch AVTit out of the Cliai- /• 'v ' -f. .» 
eery direfted unto rhc Treji'iiver and Barons of tlie r.richt- ^ ■./■■^: 
quer, commanding them thjt they enquire thfrei-f, a::.{ if ',,'.■. \!"* 
they find the famr, thuc tlicy furcealc and difchji^^:- iVx \Vifc^v':^'':/,^ 
with thisP:ovifo in the Writ: Prcvlf:^ Qctcd dt\:tA dl.i ^/.' i**- /.' i'/ .^.'«. 
ecuU i\i' h^r. p*aJ. A. ac ten n'i. terr^r^ qucd fuj fucr dy -'.vr //;.:t» ./ .//'-• / V 
dejufe d^bcnt Ofiir.;N.ii! vpus ncff, u'len:. utj.Jhm cjh T.Jie, 5:c. i^i'Jg*iDcbt: 

JVrit de Confuctudinihtn & Scrviciis. 

B T^HE Writ of Cuftoms and Senccs i-? in its Nature a 
••■ Writ of Right, and licth fomciin>.-i5 ror tlic Lord who 
hath a Fee in the Seigniory, and ibmctim:::. for thj 'lurant 
in Tail of the Seigniory, or for Tenant in D :'.vcr, or T;:- 
nantfor Life, or for him who hath a Icfi Hf^ateiiian a Fee, 
find the Writ isCiofe, and not Patent, and flull be diiLiled 
unto the Slieriff, and (hjll ht retornable into the 
Common Pleas, at the Pleafure of him who fueth the Wiit. 
And that Writ may be fucd in the County berore tlic SliLriiT 

P by a jufticies. 

^ And the Writ licth. where the Tenant doth deforce the 

Lord of the Service which he ought to do, or of the Rent 

which he ought to have, as well as ot Scrvici?. And tiv* I orci 

of the Writ which is retoinablc in ti;e Common i' is . 

. Rex yic\ &c. Pr^c. A. '/«c./, &c. f.:chit B cufid.'d. cr yV/v;':, 

® juod ei fjcer. deht dc hhuo tnUKihio /::/, iy.i\i tic io' in G, 
ut iu reddhiiui, arur.i^m, ■ . aliis. Wc\ nc . In II . j. rcie-jiiy 
& ai. Vel fic ^ hifidmur. <■<• a,::s. Cr ••ip. &:c. 

And if the Party were not rcik-J. of I'.:' Servic? "H;:! T^;- 
ncihents which he claimeLh, but his Anceflo:-, thfn he ih-il 
not fay in ihe Writ, «/ in ajrcr.i^r<, SwC. Uut Omiii'ion fli;:! 

^ be made in the Writ c. ' ihe Sei vices. 

* And if the Wiit be fu^d iu the County btfore x\\c. ShcrlJ, 
then the V/rit isfiich: 

K^x r/.V.&c Jujhucs A. n-t:d. &c. fj:. \S.ccvf. :> mn.fcrvlc, 
&c. ut iupra, yi£«i rmoiuibi liter ffwnjlrjr. lotniu f^*^, ^c. «e 
Mtnfliui, ice. . , 

t And a Man may fue fevcral Tcnints by one Writ ot 
Cttftomi and Services by feveral Pudfei in tlie Common 

Picas, or b; one Wnt aoJ divcrfe Jn/Jic' in the Writ which 


wm im tki 

ChiU be direacd unto the Sheriff to hold Pica opon chc«, 

fioc If the Writ of CuftoGii ind Scnrkei be facd agamft 

kxztz\ Tenants by fever jI VrMtifth In the Writ, and rcta 

cd into theComrooii Ptcas, then all the Frdtifft (lull be pui 

together thus* Pt^tft A. jW/#c B 5;c, ¥j /r^. C ^md, 

fn. D. fiEC. £/ r^t* f . qmd, &c /j«, G. &i. And ia the Uft Pr^ 

Oft (hall put thtsCtaufe^ In nddiahi Sp siiu^ lod Ibb Word 

trreragth (hall be left oot* 

»E.t.Finu And when the Writ is In the Right ooly, then he (hal 

PiM xi. count of the Seifin of his AnCeUor, and the Writ only to the 

Dtbtt'^ bat when he counts of his own Sciiio, then tic WuC 

is In the Ikbii &fiU(t &c. 

And DifcUiflicr licth for the Tenant in this Writ agatnft tl 
N.B. !». ^ And note that if be fSy in the Writ, Vi i$ ndJuihs 
$ki ^'Mjl^' grrtTai>if^ that thefe Words prove that the Dctnandaoc 1 
?0limil f<f*f ^^* ^'^•^*^** ^^ ^^^ Services, and then if he count lO 
Writ of Scdln of his Anceftors, and not of his own 
the Writ (ball abate, pud v/, jo £. i. TUlr Drcii. 

But rf he will bring a Writ of Cuftomiand Servicct of I 
Scilin of his Anceftors, b« ought to leave out ihofe Wonk 4 
of the Writ, V: m rtdditilmi ijp afrtniih, &c. 

And a Wiit of Cuftomsand Services doth not tie agah 
Tenant in ^rank^marriag^f untill the fourth Degree be 
gpr. if nott that he hath done Homage to the Lord» &C to€ 
by (b doing he is concluded, c^r. 

And if a Man will bring a Writ of Cuftoms am! Serrioa ] 
Mainfl any Tenant, and by his Count demand Homage, then 
the Writ oiight to make fpccial Mention thereof as to Ci| 
VI IM h^tKjgU^ &c. othcrwifc the Writ (ball abate. 

And if a Man boldeth di^cn Manors in fcveraj Counties ] 
by one Service* i^c, if the Lord be deforced or kept from 
hb Services, he (hall havefeveral Writs of Cuftoms and Ser- 
vices, fur each County one Writ, and (liall have them rew 
n one Day, in the Common Plea*, and then be (haflt 
Upon them, as his Cafe ts> which fee in the Title of 0rii'» |o i 
And note that this Writ is a Pr£ttft mtUfsttdi^ &c 
Wl>erc he dcmani!cth Land, then the writ b tr^^ft fui 
ftdist^ &c. and in this Writ the Mifc (hill be joinetl. if ' 
Writ be brought by Tenant in Fee of the Tenancy,! 
who hach a l^ce in the Seigniory, But if the Writ be I 
by Tenant in Dower, or Tenant in Tail, again 
Tenant in Fcc-fimplc, it is a Queflion bow the Blij 
be joioed. ^nt^ I think, the Mifc fhall be joiucd Jo that 

d Scr- 



..ft fui 

1* if U^ 





Cafe, and the Wealcncfs of ihe Eftatc on the Part of t!ic De* 
mandant fhaU not out the Tenant of the Plea, which the 
law gtveth him to join the Mife; but if the Writ be brought 
agalnft the Tenant for Life, wl)erc theRemamdcr is over in 
Fee, there the Tenant may pray in Aid of tiim in the Remain^ 
der, and then they may join the Mife with the I>mandantr tf ^. 
But where the Demandant^ who hath the particular Eftatc, 
bringeth the AOion^ although he pray in Aid of him in the 
Reverfion to join the Mife, it is hard to be done, ^H-t, BuC 
it (eemeth reafonable, that the fame Law which enablcth Um 
to bring the AOion, the fame Law ought toenablehlm for to 
ioin the Mife upon the Pica of the Tenant. 

Writ cf Annuitj 

A Writ of Annuity lictb in Cafe^ where a Man grantctk 
Unto another a yearly Rent for Life, or for Years, or 
in Fee out of hts Lands, or out of his Coffers, or to receive 
from his Pcrfbn yearly at a ceruin Day \ now the Grantee 
may fue a Writ of Annuity for the fame, €>»(- if he be behind 
at the Day of Payment, ^t. And if it be granted out of the 
Land with aClaufeof Diftrcf^, then he may chufe either to 
diflrain for the fame, and make it a Rent-Charge, or he may 
bring a Writ of Annuity for the fame. Bat if he bring a 
Writ of Annuity for it j if the Defendant appear, and the 
Planitiflf declare thereupon, then he cannot diftrain for it af* 
tcr. And in like Manner, if he do diftrain for it and avow^ 
then be ftiall not fue « Writ of Annuity for the (ame Rent. 
But if a Man grant a yearly Rent for Life, for Years or in Feej 
and doth not eiprefs in the Grant that it fhaU be taken out 
of any Linds or Tenements, nor any Diftrefs granted for 
Non-pAyment thereof, then it is meerly taken for an Annuity^ 
and he ihall not have any other Remedy for the fame, but a 

^ Writ of Annuity. 

B And ihi\ Writ may be fued befora the Sheriff in the Coun- 
iy by JufiUin as well as In the Common Pleas, and the Form 
of the Writ in the County is fuch : 7W PMh 

Rex Vif. &c. Prjt(, itbt^ ^md jupdts A. f«>^ juflt^ he. reM tiffin Aih 
B* tmum manas^ dmm qBarUria frimenti, ir xx. nhast qmd ei a ^"^^ ^'d i 
rfif^ funt d9 Ann0 rtddm C, s. duQtum ^usn, /rumrnli, ISf tniut J^^*^^ ■ 
T^hd^ f«^ H debet f ut duii,fukt rawnabiiiUr monfir^rt f^^^fitf i/J^g^f^ " 
^ufid ei udder, deheat^ ne amflim^ &c. 0nd t&re* 

hmhi m Scirti Facial m B. R. n esttam Judgmtnt, fW^W.M ^ !*FitX' 

■ r#i * D d a And , 



34^ ^^i^ <?/ Annniiji 

l4 K.<^ to. And the Fonn of the Writ in the Common Picas iss 

1 M . \r., ^^^ y^^n^ ^^^ PrMaff \* qmi jafli, ate rtdJ, B, itnt. 

j <^ mtdtfisttm tfium pwimorum cwmf^Aci, C? dutrtun ^Mmmi 

ly ix. /' rf^^'' ' ^^^ ''"'^ *^*' *»*''''*'*^ rtddttit dti*m tnntsfy 



fR.^. !1. 

fimt txiin^p^mt dttfrfmme ftndatt ttW Writ, tJbrf/»f>''^ f'-^'^f fmvi ?i 

And notei that in chiit Writ the Form ts« ^m ri di^ti^ i 
mhtrc \\c dcmintleth otber Thing than >V"v • * - - 
a Writ of Df ht» the Porm i$, tliac be fay 
dcbtt^ if not that he demand Money ; fori* .i. L.^^L.^.-wiwi, 
or Corn, ur fuch like Chattels , the Writ flial) be, (ifm 
j€U tt detmet, ami notdekf^ &c 
^ And in Debt If a Man demand Moncy^ and alfoi 
ter^of Wheat, then the Form of the Writ ii: 

irt, a< d't/pdfHTiifrttjntiHi qu^ ' . &C. 

And if a Man have an Ann receive of A. ^ 

ami he grant lo/. of (he fame u ^ tan to roccJv# 

of ^. >f. Ovitl rot he charged br that < : the Gr adgg 

orrlv t he li-J ^autcd lo /- 

of L; , iicn ihac the Grantee 

tochargehiiDwlujQUgbcio {My the lo/. by a Writ of < 

And the Wrif of .\nnuity ought to be brought in the Cooa* | 
fy uhere the Grant was made; but an Annuity to 
from a Man of Religioni or i Body Corporate^ or 
Chdrchi ought to be brought where the Ouxdi or Hoafl 
or u l^err the Scifio h alledgcd. 

And the Heir (hall b« charged by a Wrir -^ ' --iltv upon 
4« E. ?* f. the Grant of the Father if he have AffeU h) Biu an 

^ j; E.4- Annuity (hall not be maintainable againft the ncit uj Prcfcrii^ 
•*^ tion, becaufe it cannot be known whcthcc he hath by Dcfccni 

from the fame Anceftor, Cff« by whocn the Annuity was firf 
Vi. T4 H« And a Writ of Annuity (hall be maintainable againft a Par^ 
%» i8' ^Ti upon a Grant made by his Predccellbr* with the AflenC 
of the Patron and Ordinary *, and fo npoa an Ordinance roadc 
by die Ordinary without the Patron* if he have i^ |iri 

An Annuity granted by the Bi(hop with the Cbn6rinft*i 
tion of the Dean and aapccfi ft«U biad the SfmaAr 



fPht Je frccedtndo ad judicium^ 


And if a Man grant unto another 40*, or a Robe yearly at ^^J^^ 
ftch a Day, tfc. aftct- the Djy he may demand the one or the ^^•^^^l 
otlicrat his EJcakn. 6P A^ 

And an Anmiity fhall be maincamiWeJjy a Parion agatrft^J,,^^;,^ 
a Vicar, upon an Grtlinancc of the Ofdinary, if he haTeiof*L|!JH 

Upon Debate of an Adv'owfon between 

PtiiST^ the Ordinary m^de a c-— -^"^^'- - 
that the Prebend fhould have 
Fnor, the ah-- ■*• - '— -■■'-, ^ 

in a Writ of A 

a Prebend anfl a 

^nrl Ordinance, 

zo J. and the 

^ iiiargc. the Prior 

niiiry ja 

]J /c 

r And in the un 1 01 vjcatiun ciic uLrua and Ordinary iTiay % Ma.'Di 
by their Q*ant charge tlie, Church for ervcr^ as appeareth trier Sf^l^ 
the fame Year. • / j \ 

# And if the King grant one ap AnoBity for Life or Years, 
Jie ought to ' '1 the Grant by whofe Hands he fhAl 

receive the ' v^ to fay^ Per mnui Vic* tie S. vet hU, 

^''^''' ■ ^/f S, anJ thcnttie BaililF or SJi 

*^J^ ' v>T hi^ Patent Ibewcd, if he hath - , f^ 

thefMmt 3 ind jfhc have not fuch Words in the Grant ofp^rcf/ifj 
Annuity, the Grant is void, far he cannot fue the King for f^^'^'^f ^ 
kt and no peffon is bounden to pay the fame unto him, l^^^^^^L^f^ 
be. flot cxprcffed and named in the Pareotj S^'ft And thc//^^^^^'' 
Pnoccfs in a Writ of Annaicy is Summons, Attachment and Wfrr.uify 
Btfh-efs. And ihr Default of Diftrefs, &t. Procefs of Out-^^t^GWid 
iawry, by the new Statute made, Ann. 23 fl. 8. i^p* 14* yp'd.Butifi 

^ ^ 9Ut cf fkcb a Sum, mid there is noptch Sam, yis the fame is geod t9 

i stIqh of tkt QrMnter, Vi. Annuity 5. ro r^etvi in io» J. gf dc la L m 

Writ Je Procedendo ad yurlicium. 

THE Writ to proceed unto Judgment lieth whefe 
judges of any Court delay the Party, Plaintiff orD©» 
fendant, that they will not give Jod'*"^*-"*" *or him when 
they ought fotodo, Pi'c, then the Parr 1. (haJl ha^'c 

this Writ dircaed uuto the Judges, aod inc rwi m of the Writ 
is fuch : '. . 

Rix U»}ori ©> Vic, Lond. fiL QuU rtdd, juihii UtjutU fU£ 
tfl ccrjin vihis in HUfitn^o noffro Lond. /ke brtvi n:flr» mttr A. 
.£^ l^,Je<lujdffti tranf^rif, tidim A. ftf frjtf, B. fflj/. ut dkitur^ 
djutinam ctfit diUtun ad grjve damvum iffiut A» fttut rs /^utfild 
Jka acctfimus, VQ^nfrdU^imui^ quod dd judf: ' tm 

fiiffitdU tjui ftcundMm kgm & tonfucfudf iu. it 

D d ] And 

\^ ^^i^ ^ Trmdcndc ad JudidMml 

And upon that Writ he Chjil have an Mu$ and a Ftt^ln C 
^^'IrcAcd onto them, tf ibry will not proceed, and afcerwririli 
an Attachment upon thit aircUcd to the Coroners^ Gfc* r^ 
turnabic uitt>ihe King*s Bench or Common Pleas, and It w^ E 
pearrth by the Writ chat it lieth as well againft Judges tf 
Record as other Jaftlccs, 
u Ht^i^r ^f * ^**^ P^^y *" ^^^ ^^ ^^ ^^^'^S *" ^ ^^' Aflion, and the j 
10 j5/0- be gran ed, it Qiall be awarded, that he fue unto the King 
ptn,cQtiu »n the Chancery* and the Jafticcs in the Common Pleas fhall 
ftay untit the Writ of PrHtdtMl$ iw Ufnilk come unto them. 
And then they may proceed in the Pica, until tt be come 
that they ought to gWe Judgment for the Plaintifft and ihea 
the Juftices ought not to proceed to Judgment^ nnttl the Writ 
Cometh to them to proceed to Judgmeoti which ts caQcd a 
Writ Dt fntfdeniv ad jBdUium. 
And fo it is. if the Defendant in a perfonal Aftioa pray la 
eiix Ovcf ^*^ ^^ ^^^ *^*"8> *"d the Aid be granted, now the JudgOi 
^f7,iA 'ought not to proceed unti