essoinable, and that by their oath you enquire diligently whether the said C.1 etc. (as  above) since both the said D. and the said E. have put themselves upon that jury.  And transmit to our justices etc. at such a term the inquest which you make thereon,  plainly, clearly and openly, by your letters sealed with your seal and the seals of the  aforesaid keepers of the pleas of our crown, and by four (or two) lawful and prudent  men from among those by whose oath you make that inquest. And have there this  writ and the names of those by whose oath you made that inquest. Witness etc.
If the witnesses are resident in divers counties.
 If in fact the witnesses are resident in divers counties they must all come together  before the sheriff to whom the holding of the inquest is entrusted. Then let an interlaced  writ, as above,2 issue in this form: The king to the sheriff of Essex, greeting. We  order you to cause to come before you and the keepers of the pleas of our crown at a  certain day and place, as you think most expedient [and] when you can attend to the  matter, A., B. and C., witnesses named in a charter under E.'s name which D. produces  in our court before our justices etc., and in addition eight (or twelve), knights  as well as other free and lawful men [of your county] and to enquire diligently, by  their oath and by the oath of F. and G., witnesses named in the same charter from the  county of Sussex, and likewise by that of twelve, knights as well as others etc. of the  same county, whom our sheriff of Sussex will cause to come before you, and also by the  oath of H. and I., witnesses named in the same charter from the county of Surrey, and  likewise by that of eight, knights as well as others etc. from the same county, whom  our sheriff of Surrey will cause to come before you, whether the said E. etc. (as above).  And make known to [our justices] the inquest you make thereon etc. (as above). We  have ordered our aforesaid sheriffs of Sussex and Surrey to cause the said witnesses  and recognitors to come before you at a day and place which you will make known to  them. And have there this writ and the names of those etc. (as above). The writ  which follows this writ will be drawn as follows.
If in the county court: an interlaced writ.
 The king to the sheriff of Sussex (or Surrey), greeting. We order you,