parson to the same church on their presentation. But if the same A. is unwilling to  consent to such a parson, as he agreed, then notwithstanding the claim of the same A.  admit to the church on the presentation of B. and C. the suitable parson they have  chosen. Witness, etc. Let the same be done with respect to several parceners if they  agree to present in turn successively, and let the entire form of concord be inserted  in the writ. If four sisters, parceners, two of whom are married and two not, claim  (with their husbands) seisin of a presentation against others and recover by the  assise, let the writ to the bishop be in this form.
A writ concerning four sisters, two of whom have husbands and two not.
 The king to such a bishop, greeting. Know that A. and B. his wife, C. and D. his  wife, and E. and F. the sisters of the same B. and D. have recovered in our court etc.  seisin of their presentation against G. by an assise of darrein presentment there taken  between them, H. and I., being present with the aforesaid G. [and] opposing that  assise, granting to the same A. and B., C. and D., E. and F. their presentation to the  same church. Therefore we order you, on the presentation of the aforesaid A. and C.  presenting by reason of the aforesaid B. and D. their wives, and on the presentation  of the aforesaid E. and F., to admit a suitable parson to the same church. If after the  assise has been taken it is agreed among the parties by a concord that the pension be  augmented1 by the grace and direction of the bishop, let a writ be drawn in this  form.
 The king to such a bishop (or his official), greeting. Know that after an assise of  darrein presentment between A. the plaintiff and B. the impediant, concerning such  a church taken by our justices assigned ad hoc by our order, an agreement was reached  as to that same church by the same A. and B. in our court before us by which the  aforesaid B. acknowledged the advowson of that church to be the right of the same  A., saving however to the same B. the abbot (or prior) and his successors a certain  annual payment of six marks, which the same B. and his predecessors were accustomed  to take from it, and which the aforesaid A. acknowledged to the same B.,  as B. says, and which the same A. wishes to be raised to one hundred shillings, if  without violating decency [and]