If the bishop does not admit a clerk on the command of the lord king.
 The king to such a bishop, greeting. We well recall that on another occasion we gave  you instructions that notwithstanding the claim of B. you should admit, on the  presentation of A., a suitable parson to such a church, which is vacant, the advowson  of which church the same A. recently recovered in our court against the same B.  by an assise of darrein presentment etc. (or by a judgment of our same court). With  respect to this it has been shown us on the part of the same A. that the same B. raises  an impediment to the presentation of the said A. on the ground that the said B. in  our court before etc. is claiming the manor to which that advowson is appurtenant  as his right. And because the same B. has not yet recovered that manor nor any of  its appurtenances,1 and that advowson is among its appurtenances, we order you  that notwithstanding the claim of B. etc. If a clerk presented by one who has lost  by judgment brings an action before any ecclesiastical judges against the clerk  presented by him who recovered the right to present, in order to obstruct what was  properly settled in the court of the lord king, let a prohibition issue to the judges  ordering them not to proceed, by this writ.
If a clerk presented by one who lost impleads the clerk of one who recovered by judgment, let this prohibition issue.
 The king to such a one and his fellow judges, greeting. It has been shown to us on  the part of A. that whereas in our court before our justices etc. he once arraigned an  assise of darrein presentment against B. as to which patron in time of peace etc. to  such church, the same B. did not deny that the clerk who last died parson in the  same church had been presented by the same A. and been admitted on his presentation,  and hence in our same court it was decided that the aforesaid A. should remain  in his seisin, and that on our mandate and on his presentation the bishop of the place  should admit [his] clerk, who admitted a certain C.; now D. whom the aforesaid B.  (who lost the presentation) had once presented impleads the aforesaid C. before you  with respect to that church by authority of letters of the lord pope. [Since] if the  same D.2 should succeed before you in the case mentioned he could overturn what  was properly done in our court, (or3 Since this would be manifestly against our  crown and dignity, which we ought not to suffer,)4 we order you not to proceed  further in that cause etc. Witness etc.5 There is another [writ] on the same matter.