a suitable parson to the same church, unless there is one other than the aforesaid B.  who opposes a lawful impediment to the presentation of the said A. Witness etc.  If, when the bishop or other ordinary has received a royal order to admit a clerk to  a church, he does not admit the clerk, on the complaint of the presenting patron let  the bishop be summoned to appear before the justices to show why he does not  admit, by this writ.
Writ for summoning a bishop
[to show] why he did not admit a clerk.  The king to the sheriff, greeting. If A. has made you secure with respect to the  prosecution of his claim, then summon by good summoners such a bishop to be before  our justices at such a place on such a day to show why, on the presentation of the  same A., he did not, on our order, admit a suitable parson to such a church, the  advowson of which the aforesaid A. recovered against B. in our same court before  our same justices by judgment of our same court (or by a fine levied between them  or by an assise of darrein presentment taken between them, or by some other  means). And have there the summoners and this writ. Witness etc.1 There is another  writ on the same matter.
Another writ on the same matter.
 The king to the sheriff, greeting. If A. has made you secure etc. then summon such  a bishop to be present to show etc. (as above) a suitable parson to the church of N.  which is vacant, as it is said, since the same A. recovered seisin of the advowson of  the same church against B. before our justices assigned ad hoc by an assise of darrein  presentment there taken between them. And have there the summoners etc. A  similar writ on the same matter, that is, where a manor with the advowson and its  other appurtenances was given [to someone] in maritagium with a daughter and  when the church becomes vacant the donor opposes an impediment to the presentation  of the donee, the matter having been decided in the court of the lord king, when  the bishop or his officials were once ordered to admit a clerk on the presentation of  the donee and have done nothing, let the bishop be summoned by this writ.
Another writ on the same matter, where the officials have been ordered several times.
 The king to the sheriff, greeting. Summon by good summoners such a bishop to be  before etc. to answer A. as to why on his presentation he does not admit a suitable  parson to such a church, as we first ordered his officials and then the same bishop to  do, the advowson