Writ close to the sheriff to cause the assise to come.
 The king to the sheriff, greeting. Know that we have appointed our trusty and  well-beloved A. B. C. [and] D. our justices for taking assises of novel disseisin etc.  (as above, to the clause, And therefore; then:) And therefore we order you to  cause to come before our justices on such a day and at such a place all the assises of  novel disseisin, mortdancestor, darrein presentment, grand assises and all juries  and all pleas of dower (as above) which are summoned to be before our justices at  the first session when they come into those parts, or before our justices at Westminster  and adjourned, and all attachments relating to gaol delivery or the delivery  of others placed in custody. And summon by good summoners all those who have  been sheriffs since etc. (as above). Witness etc. If they are appointed justices for  one assise of novel disseisin or mortdancestor only, one, two or several, then let a  writ patent issue to them all together in this form.
[Writ] if four knights are appointed justices for the taking of a single assise.  The king to his beloved and faithful A. B. C. [and] D., greeting. Know that we  have appointed you our justices for taking the assise of novel disseisin which A. has  arraigned against B. before you by our order with respect to his free tenement in  such a vill. Or thus, which A. has arraigned against B. before our justices at the  first session when they come into those parts etc. If they are appointed only for  one assise of mortdancestor, then as follows: Know that we have appointed you  our justices to take the assise of mortdancestor which A. has arraigned against B.  concerning so much land with the appurtenances in such a vill. Therefore we order  you to meet on such a day at such a place (or at a date and place at which you can  attend to this or which you have thought fit to ordain) to take that assise,  there to do what pertains to justice according to the law and custom of our realm  of England, saving to us the amercements thence arising. We have ordered our  sheriff, such a one, to cause that assise to come before you at the date and place  stated (or at a date and place which you shall make known to him). In witness  whereof we send you these our letters patent. Witness etc. On this let a writ close  be directed to the sheriff corresponding in form to that above in every way, as  follows.
Writ close on the same matter to the sheriff that he cause the assise to come.
 The king to the sheriff, such a one, greeting. Know that we have appointed A. B.  C. [and] D. our justices