the heir is of full age the writ is varied, as above in the case of specified dower.1  This clause is sometimes added to this writ: Consequently it was decided in our  same court that the aforesaid A. have land to the value of the aforesaid third part  from the land of the said D. if the land of the same D. amounts to the value of the  aforesaid third part. If it does not, let her have what is lacking from the land of the  same C. up to the amount of the third part which the aforesaid A. claims in dower  against the same C. And therefore we order you, having first made an extent, to the  same A. etc. (as above) to the value of the third part, [from the land of the same D.]  and in the same way from the land of the same C.2 etc. And note that though the  principal tenant is under age, the exaction of dower will not on that account remain,  as was said above, whether the dower is specified or not, and thus each will remain in  seisin, as said above, until the minor-warrantor comes of age. Then let him, if he can,  deliver the land he warranted, and have back his escambium.3 A writ on the same  matter for having seisin where the woman recovers her specified dower against the  tenant.4
A writ that she recover and the heir provide escambium to the value to the feoffee.
 The king to the sheriff, greeting. Know that when in our court etc. A. who was the  wife of B. claimed against C. so much land with the appurtenances in such a vill as  her dower, of which she was specifically endowed, the same C. came into the same  court and vouched to warranty D. the son and heir of the aforesaid B. by virtue  of the charter of the same B. his father, which he put forward. Since the said D. was  present and under age, it was decided that the same A. should recover her seisin of  the aforesaid land with the appurtenances against the same C.5 as her specified  dower, and that C. have escambium to the value of the aforesaid land with the  appurtenances from the land which belonged to the same B., which is in the wardship  of the same A., in such a vill, until the legal age of the same D. and that the  same D. should then deliver to C. the aforesaid land in the aforesaid vill, if he can,  and have back the aforesaid escambium. But if he cannot, let the aforesaid A. hold  the aforesaid land during her whole life. And therefore we order you, taking with  you twelve etc., to go in your own person etc. and by their oath etc. and by their  view of the land of the same D. in N. which is in the wardship of A., to cause to be  assigned to C. escambium to the value of the aforesaid land, in accordance with what  was said above, saving