concerning which a dispute etc. (as above) be extended and appraised. And since  you then did nothing [in response] to our command, we order you again, firmly  enjoining you by the faith in which you are bound to us, to assemble at such a  place and time, setting aside all other business and delay, and, having taken an  oath before our sheriff, such a one, (or before our beloved and faithful A. and B.  whom we have constituted justices for this matter, or either of them if both are  unable to attend) to extend and value lawfully, discreetly, and properly all the  lands and tenements etc. (as above). And make that extent and valuation known  to our justices at Westminster (or to the aforesaid A. and B. constituted justices  for this matter, or to one of them, that these justices may more fully certify our  justices at Westminster on the day given them) under your seals. In testimony  whereof etc. Witness etc. If when the knights come the sheriff is negligent, let this  writ then be sent to the sheriff.
Writ where the knights appear but the sheriff is negligent.
 The king to the sheriff, greeting. We ordered such knights by our letters patent  to assemble on such a day at such a place and, having taken an oath before you, to  extend and cause to be valued lawfully, discreetly and properly all the lands and  tenements of such a one etc., concerning which there was a concord made between  A. and B., as is more fully contained in our letters patent sent to the same knights.  We further ordered you, setting aside all delay, to be in attendance there on the  same day to take the oaths of the aforesaid knights for the making of that extent  and valuation of the lands and tenements of the aforesaid honour in accordance with  the instructions contained more fully in our letters patent, and, the extent having  been made, to cause the aforesaid A. to have full seisin of all the lands etc. (as above),  excepting the lands etc. (as above). Whereas it has been shown us on behalf of the  aforesaid A. that the aforesaid knights did nothing, and that you by your negligence  permitted the aforesaid A. and B. and the aforesaid knights to depart sine  die, leaving the business wholly incomplete, and because you conducted yourself  in that business with insufficient diligence and discretion, we once more order  you as we formerly ordered you, in the faith by which etc., to be at such a place  on such a day etc. (as above). And if any of the aforesaid knights chosen on the  part of either the aforesaid A. or B. do not come before you on the said day, then  put others in their place for the making of that extent and valuation,