knights as well as other free and lawful men etc. (as above) and by their oath etc. as  to which the same A. complains that the aforesaid C. committed waste and destruction  to the value of so much and the inquest [etc.] send etc.1
Of resummoning pleas put without day for other reasons.
 Since pleas may be put sine die in the king's court for many causes and reasons, and,  these causes having ceased or come to an end, the pleas must be resummoned, we  must therefore see how resummonses ought to be made for reasons other [than those]  of which we have spoken above, namely, how a plea ought to resummoned if it is  sent to court christian because of bastardy and thus remained without day in the  royal court, [and] because of minority, if a minor claims or a claim is made against  him. Now we must deal with the case where it has remained without day because a  minor is vouched to warranty. Then thus:
Writ for resummoning a plea when it remained without day because of the age of a minor summoned to warrant.
 The king to the sheriff greeting. Summon A. by good summoners to be etc. (as  above) to hear the record and his judgment in the plea etc. which was in the same  court between B. demandant and C. tenant with respect to so much land with the  appurtenances in such a vill, as to which the same C., who is tenant, vouched the  aforesaid A. to warranty, so that the plea then be in the same state in which it was  when it remained without day because the same A. was then within age, who is now  of full age, as it is said. And summon the aforesaid A. by good summoners to be there  to warrant that land to the aforesaid C. or to show why he ought not to warrant it.  And have there the summoners and this writ. Witness etc.
Because of the eyre of the justices.
 If it remained without day because of an eyre of the justices, then thus. Summon  etc. (as above) so that the plea be there in the same state in which it was when it remained  without day because of an eyre of the justices through several counties. Or  thus: [in which it was] when it was put before the justices at the first session when  they should come to those parts, to which they have not yet come as provided.