peace until such a day, which our trusty and well-beloved, such a one, shall make  known1 to you, and meanwhile etc. And summon them etc. that they then be  before the aforesaid, such a one and his companions, whom etc. (or at a certain  time and place which he shall make known2 to you) ready etc. And so with respect  to the other assises. In such case it often happens that for some reason another  justice is associated with the justice designated, perhaps at the suit of the disseisor  that the taking of the assise may be fraudulently deferred. Then, if such [associate]  comes all is well. If he does not, let the assise proceed nevertheless, because the writ  patent for taking the assise has greater authority than the writ close of association,  unless there is an express command that the assise not be taken without him. If  the assise has first been summoned before the justices at Westminster and justices  are afterwards appointed in the county in order to expedite the taking of the  assise, let a writ issue in this form:
Writ where an assise is transferred from the bench to the county
[and] to specified justices.  The king to A. B. [and] C., greeting. Know that we have appointed you our  justices to take the assise of darrein presentment which was summoned before  our justices at Westminster between A. the plaintiff and B. the impediant concerning  such a church. Therefore we order you etc. (as above). We have ordered  our sheriff, such a one, to cause the recognitors of the said assise to come before  you3 at such a date and place (or at a certain date and place when you are able  to give your attention thereto) to make that assise as they were to come on such  a date before our justices at Westminster to make it. We have also ordered him to  warn the aforesaid B. to be present at that time to hear that assise in the same state  in which it was adjourned before our justices at Westminster on such a day etc.,  notwithstanding that the same day was [not] given the same B. by his essoiner  after he had made default before the said justices at Westminster. And whether  he comes or not, proceed to the taking of the assise, as well because of the lapse of  six months as because, were he present, he could say nothing against the assise,  as to why it should remain, after the said default made by him in the aforementioned  court at Westminster. In witness whereof etc. Witness etc. Another writ  close on the same matter is to be directed to the sheriff in this form.
Writ close on the same matter to be directed to the sheriff.
 The king to the sheriff, greeting. Know that we have appointed such persons our  justices for taking the assise of darrein presentment which was summoned before