Writ patent on the same subject to all the justices together.
 The king to A. B. [and] C., greeting. Know that we have appointed you our  justices etc. (as above). And therefore we order you, urging that you meet on such  a day at such a place there to do what pertains to justice, and in the loyalty whereby  you are bound to us there to attend to our business so faithfully that etc. (as  above). We have ordered our sheriff, such a one, that at the aforesaid date and  place he cause the summonses to be made before you and the attachments to  come with the writs of the assises and pleas aforesaid. In witness whereof we send  you these our letters patent. Witness etc. Afterwards let writs close be drawn to the  sheriff, that he cause all pleas to come before the justices. 1Of a general summons  to be made to all, both great and small.2
Writ close to the sheriff to cause all pleas to come before the justices.
 3The king to the sheriff (or sheriffs), greeting. We order you to cause to come  before them, at certain days and places which our trusty and well-beloved men,  such persons (or such a one4 and his companions) whom we have appointed our  justices to travel through your county (or your counties) for all pleas shall make  known to you, all the pleas of our crown which were not pleaded and which have  come to light since our justices last travelled in those parts for all pleas, and likewise  all attachments pertaining to those pleas and all assises and all pleas which  have been put to the first session before the justices, together with the writs of  assises and pleas, as is more fully contained in our letters close which we have sent  to each of you separately. Witness etc. That is, writs of general summons which  are in the following form.
Writ close of general summons.
 5The king to the sheriff, greeting. Summon by good summoners all the archbishops,  bishops, abbots, priors, earls, barons, knights and free tenants of your  bailiwick and from each vill four lawful men and the reeve, and from each borough  throughout your bailiwick twelve lawful burgesses, and all those who are accustomed  to and ought to come before the itinerant justices, that they be at such a  place on such a day in such a year of our reign before our trusty and faithful A.  B. C. [and] D. whom we have appointed our justices, to hear and do our command.  Cause then to come before those same justices all the pleas of the crown which  were not pleaded and which have arisen since our justices last travelled in those  parts for all pleas, also all attachments pertaining to