without day because the aforesaid B. had set out to parts beyond seas in our service  by our order. From the instances that have been given example may be taken as to  how resummonses ought to be made in similar cases.
If there ought to be a general resummons to the Bench.
 If there ought to be a general1 resummons to the Bench, because all pleas of the  Bench were put without day because of an eyre of the justices in various counties, let  the resummons in the various counties be made in this form.
Writ to the sheriff that he cause it to be proclaimed.
 The king to the sheriff, greeting. We order you without delay to proclaim in your  county and throughout your county, in the hundreds and markets and in all parts of  your county, that all the pleas, which by our writ (or the order of our justices of the  Bench) were adjourned at Westminster within the octaves of St. Hilary last past and  Easter next following and which, by our order, were put without day on the occasion  of such an eyre (or on the occasion of our army in Wales or for some other reason)  be before our justices at Westminster at2 such a term, in the same state in which they  were when they remained without day by our order for the reason aforesaid, both  with regard to the casting or the non-casting of essoins as well as all other matters  connected with the same pleas. Let other pleas which by our order (or the order of  our aforesaid justices itinerant) were put after a certain date, at such a term at such  a place, be brought there and held as they were there put. And have there this writ  and all the other writs which you have in your possession pertaining to the aforesaid  pleas. Witness etc.
Exception arising from the person of the demandant because of leprosy.
 A dilatory exception arising from the person of the demandant also lies for the tenant  because he is separated from the communion of mankind, because of leprosy in his  soul, as where he has been expressly excommunicated, because as one may have  leprosy in his body, so may he in his soul.34<For a voice from the grave ought to be  silenced rather than heard,5 nor is only their voice interdicted, but if anything is  impetrated by them it will not be effectual.