variance is here permitted. 1[as] where the kinsmen produced are not kinsmen of the  dead man but strangers,2 or if kinsmen are produced, they are [only] on the father's  side, when some ought to be produced on the mother's side, and conversely, [or]  where, though all ought to be produced from one side they are produced from both  sides, [or] where, though several ought to be produced fewer are produced, and  conversely. Thus englishry is not valid if there is variance or defect. And since in  different counties it is presented in different ways, inquiry as to the custom in  presenting englishry must be made at the start in every eyre.
Where evildoers fly to a church: how they ought to abjure the realm if they confess theft and felony.
 There are some who when they ought to be arrested flee to a church or other  sacred or privileged place and maintain themselves there. They then have no  alternative but to come to the king's peace and stand trial if anyone wishes to  proceed against them or to confess the crime because of which they remain there.  He will thus have his choice, [If after confessing the crime he chooses to abjure the  realm, he must select some port from which he can cross to another land, beyond the  realm of England, for he is not bound to abjure the land and jurisdiction of the king  in those precise terms but only the realm of England. A reasonable number of days'  journeys to the said port ought to be reckoned for him and he ought to be forbidden  to leave the king's highway, or to make stay in any one place for two nights together,  or to turn aside anywhere, or stray far from the highway except because of great  necessity or to seek shelter. Let him always keep on the direct road to the port so as  to be there on the day assigned him, and, provided he is not hindered by a storm,  cross as soon as he gets a ship and a wind.3 If he does anything to the contrary he  will be in peril. The form of the oath is this:
Of the oath: how he ought to abjure the realm.
 Hear this, ye justices (or O ye coroners), that I will go forth from the realm of  England and hither I will not return save by leave of the lord king or his heirs, so  help me God etc.4 And in taking the oath let no mention be made of any impediment.  But what if he refuses to select a port, for without port and sea he may  still depart to another kingdom. It may then, not unfittingly, be said, where it is said  that he chooses a port,