What is to be done if a mistake is made in the day given.
 When a reasonable day is given, in the Bench or in the eyre, and a mistake is made  in the day, and the rolls do not agree but disagree, as where it is said in one roll that  the day given is in fifteen days, and in another roll, or several, that it is in three  weeks or later, the day must always be presumed to be that given in the first roll,  that is, the roll of the protonotary, whose enrolment all the other subsequent rolls  ought to follow and whence they ought to take their origin and authority. And  though, when several rolls are to the contrary, the first roll raises a strong presumption  against the others, it may be overcome, unless1 the record of the justices agrees  with the first. If it disagrees with the first and agrees with the others, the presumption  of the first roll is overcome and the day will be established by their record. If  they differ from all the rolls let the same be done; it will be established by their  record. And what if the justices disagree among themselves? It will be established  by the majority. If they are equal in number, then by the more worthy, with the  presumption of the rolls. But if there is complete disagreement, because of the  failure of proof that day will be taken as not given and let the plea proceed de novo.
The writ for sending four knights to view one essoined of bed-sickness.
 After the essoins of bed-sickness and of difficulty in coming [are returned], first of  all let a writ of viewing an essoinee of bed-sickness issue in this form: Send four  lawful knights of your county to such a vill to see whether the infirmity by which  A. de N. essoined himself of bed-sickness in our court at Westminster against B. de  N. with respect to a plea of land (or the like) is languor or not. If it is languor, let  them then set him a day, a year and a day from the day of their view, at the Tower  of London, that he then be present there to answer thereto or send instead a sufficient  responsalis. If it is not languor, let them then set him a day before our justices  at Westminster in the octaves etc., that he then be present there to answer  thereto or send instead a sufficient responsalis.2 And instruct these four knights to  be present before our justices at Westminster at the aforesaid term to attest their  view and what day they set him. And have there the names of the knights and this  writ. If the land is in one county and the tenant lies in another, let the writ then  be directed to the sheriff of the county where the essoinee lies,