such who are not essoinable, to recognise etc. whether or not A. the ancestor of B., the  wife of such a one [E.], after the same A. had given the advowson of that church to C.  and after he made him his charter thereof which he [C.] has, presented P.1 to the same  church so that he was admitted on his presentation and died the last parson of that  church, since both [E.] and B. his wife and the same C., between whom there is a dispute  about the same advowson, have put themselves upon that jury. [Or] to recognise  on their oath, together with D., E. and F., witnesses named in the charter which  the said A. made concerning the same advowson to such an abbot, and together with  G. and H., witnesses named in the charter which the same A. made [to E. and B. his  wife] with respect to the same advowson, whether the said A. first gave that advowson  to the aforesaid [E.] and B. his wife or to the said abbot. And in the interim let them  view that church, and so inform themselves thereof that [they may the more fully  inform] our said justices etc. And have there the names of the jurors and this writ.  Witness etc. If the enquiry as to priority ought to be made by witnesses and by the  country, let it then be drawn thus.
If the enquiry
[as to priority] ought to be made by witnesses and the country.  The king to the sheriff, greeting. We order you to cause to come before our justices  etc., A. and B., witnesses named in a charter which C. made to such a prior and such  canons with respect to the advowson of such a church, to recognise upon their oath,  together with twelve, knights as well as others etc., and together with E., F. and G.,  witnesses named in a charter which the same C.2 made to such an abbot and convent  with respect to the same advowson, whether the said C.3 first gave that advowson to  the said prior and made him his charter thereof or to the said abbot. And meanwhile  etc. (as above) And thus an inquest is sometimes made as to the priority of a gift and  sometimes as to seisin and first presentation. Since an inquest ought sometimes to be  made in the county court4 and not before the justices, let the writ then be drawn in  this form.
If an inquest ought to be made in the county court and not before the justices.
 The king to the sheriff, greeting. We order you to cause to come before you and the  keepers of the pleas of our crown in your full county court A., B. and C., witnesses  named in a charter etc. (as above) and in addition twelve, knights etc. (as above) of  such a neighbourhood by whom the truth of the matter etc., who are in no way related  to D. and E. and in no wise