... land whence he can warrant in the county in which it is sought but has in another, let this writ be drawn.
 The king to such a bishop, greeting. Know that when in our court etc. A. who was  the wife of B. etc. (as above) as to which the aforesaid C. complains that the same D.  has not yet made him escambium. And because the aforesaid D. has no tenement  outside your liberty, as we have heard, we order you to distrain the aforesaid D. to  be before our justices etc. to give escambium to the said C. to the value of the aforesaid  third part or to show why he ought not to do so. Witness etc. If a woman recovers  a specified dower in a certain manor through a constitution of dower made  subject to this condition,1 that if it amounts to a third part, let it remain to the woman  as a whole; if there is less there than a third, let what she lacks2 be supplied her elsewhere  in a suitable place; if there is more, let the surplus be returned to the heir, a  constitution which may be found [in the roll] of Trinity term in the fourteenth year  of king Henry in the county of Norfolk, [the case] of Lecia de Eggesfield,3 then, an  extent having first been made as to the value of the manor, let the woman be put  in seisin by the following writ.
Writ where a woman has recovered her seisin of a specified dower.
 The king to the sheriff, greeting. Know that when in our court etc. A. who was the  wife of B. by judgment of our same court recovered against C. her seisin of the whole  of such a manor with the appurtenances, as the dower of which she was specifically  endowed, subject to the condition that if that manor amounts to the third part of  all the lands and tenements which the aforesaid B. her late husband held on the day  he married the said A., that it remain to the same A. in dower as a whole, as aforesaid,  but if it exceeds the value of the third part of all the aforesaid lands and tenements,  that the excess be returned to the same C., and if there is less than a third  part there, that which is lacking be supplied to her elsewhere in a suitable place from  the lands and tenements of the aforesaid C., therefore we order you without delay  to cause A. to have full seisin of the aforesaid manor with the appurtenances in  accordance with what was said above. And that by the oath of free and lawful men  of your county you cause to be extended and valued all the lands and all the tenements  which belonged to the aforesaid B. in your county on the day he married the same  A., in demesnes, villeinages, the services of free men, and in all other things, no matter  who holds them. And if by the aforesaid extent and valuation you find that the  aforesaid manor is worth more