without her husband's consent, then thus: to recognize on oath etc. if the aforesaid  tenant has any right or any entry in so much land with the appurtenances in such a  vill, which such a one claims as his right (if the land is his own, or which such a one  and his wife claim as the right of his wife or as the dower of his wife or of the rightful  dower, according to the form of the writ of entry) other than [through the aforesaid  wife who]1 demised it to him without the assent of her husband, as the same demandant  says, or if the aforesaid tenant had his entry into that land through the  aforesaid husband who gave (or sold) it to him (or through the aforesaid wife before  marriage or after, as above) as the same tenant says.
A jury if without assent.
 2In single writs of entry, [if an alienation is made by a chapter without the assent of  the bishop, abbot or prior, or by a canon without the assent of the chapter, or by a  obedientiary or procurator without the consent of the abbot or prior, or by a bailiff  without the assent of his lord, or by a bailiff while [his lord] is in prison,3 or4 by him  who holds in villeinage, [or] by one while he is not of sound mind, [or] by5 one who  holds only for life, [or] by a felon after the felony committed,] as where the entry is  simply alleged and simply denied, without anything being excepted against the entry,  then thus: to recognize etc. if A. father of B. had any right or any entry in so much  land etc. except through C. guardian of D., brother of E., that is, he who claims, whose  heir the same E. is, [who gave that land to him] while the said D. was within age and  in the wardship of the aforesaid C. with that land and his other lands, because both  the aforesaid B., son and heir of the aforesaid A., who6 warranted the aforesaid land  to F. of N., against whom7 the same E. in our same court claimed that land as his right,  and the same E. brother and heir of the aforesaid D., have put themselves on that  jury. And in the meantime let them so certify [themselves] that [they may certify] the  aforesaid judges etc.
If through intrusion.
 Or to recognize on their oath if A. father of B. was seised as of fee on the day he died  of so much land