Writ of prohibition ostendit nobis, drawn by the justices according to the complaint.
 The king to such judges, greeting. A. shows us that though he at one time presented  B. to such a vacant church, C., bearing himself as patron of that church, has presented  his clerk D. to the same, and that though the same A. recovered seisin of the presentation  in our court etc. against the same C., and on our order the clerk B. was admitted  at his presentation, the same D. is drawing him into court christian before you by  authority of letters of the lord pope by reason of the presentation made of himself.  And because things properly done in our court ought not to be overthrown, we forbid  you to proceed in that cause so as to nullify things properly done in our court. Witness  etc. There is another form of the same writ, by a writ similar to Indicavit.
Writ of prohibition against one who sues against a judgment given in the king's court.
 The king to such a prior and his fellow judges, greeting. A. prior of N. shows us that  though in our court before our justices etc. he recently recovered against B., prior of  such a place, the advowson of the chapel of N. as an appurtenance to the mother  church of the same A. by the recognition of a grand assise there taken between the  same priors, and though the same A., prior of such a place, holds the same chapel to  his own use by permission of the ordinary of the place, to whom by the judgment of  our court we ordered the record of that plea [to be sent], that he do what was required  therein, C. a clerk of N. is drawing the same A., the prior of such a place, into plea  before you, claiming that chapel as parson of the same by virtue of the advowson and  gift of the aforesaid B., prior of such a place, who lost that advowson in our court by  the recognition of a grand assise, as one despoiled, though he never was instituted  therein, as the aforesaid A. says. And because the aforesaid B., prior of such a place,  through whose advowson the said C. claims that chapel, has no right in that advowson,  as was recognized by the assise, and things properly done in our court ought not  to be nullified by any one in the ecclesiastical court, we order you, if it is made clear  to you by the mandate of the said ordinary that the aforesaid C. the clerk was never  instituted in the same chapel at the time, or before the time, at which the aforesaid A.,  prior of such a place, recovered the aforesaid advowson in our court, not to proceed in  that cause, which is before you, as it is said,