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partie al original.--W. Thorpe. Sire, cest un rente A.D. 1340. charge, par quei il nous semble qe nous averoms leyde sanz joyndre issue, mes, par cas, si ceo fut rente service, altre serroit.--PARN. Vous priez eide pur ceo qe vous ne poiez estre partie a charger ne a descharger, a ceo qe vous ditez mesmes ; mes, a quant qil ad dit, vous poiez estre partie ; mes, quant issue est rejoynt, donqes a de primes il y ad cause a prier eide, qar donqes cel issue sert a 1 charger ou descharger. --Et puis 2 W. Thorpe. Le fait se fest devant la reconisance; prest, &c.--Et alii e contra.--Et tunc 3 habuit primo 4 auxilium, &c.

§ Replegiari,5 ou ij. conisont come bailifs un R., Replegiari, par la resoun qun A. fust seisi, &c., et chargea en fut fete sur C. 8. par an a R., par qi conisance, &c., a la vie R., a estrange:

et le pleinpaier a iij. termes par ueles porcions, ov clause de tif dite qe destresse, &c. ; et del primer terme il sunt en seisine celi ge

"charge de vj. d.; et, pur ceo qe le remenant de cel terme fist une et la rente de iiij. aunz avant le jour de la prise fust Tec

"sance, et il arere, pur le remenant del primer terme il conisoint, suist et

ma vait exe&c., et moustre avant le fet de la charge.Gayn.

uym. cucion, et Nous vous dioms qe A. nous fist une reconisaunce en dite qe le

fete se fist estatut marchant, et, les deners nient paies, nous po suimes execucion, et issi sumes seisi de celes terres ; conisance

fete. Et et jour de la reconisaunce fait la terre fust descharge ; fut rese jugement si en nostre seisine puisse la terre charger. de pleder

. cel ple. Thorpe. Il moustre mesme gil ad chatel, en qi Et il ne bouche ne gist pas a descharger frank tenement; qar put aver

aide de tenant a terme daunz ne poet tiel plee pledre.—SCHARD. sun Soit come poet estre de terme, qar il ad pluis haut

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L., seit, instead of sert a. 2 The words Et puis are not in L. 3 tunc is not in L.

4 primo is not in L.

5 This report of the case is from | T. alone.

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A.D. 1340. estate.—And note that the Court was of opinion that in plead that this case he should have the plea.—Wherefore Thorpe said plea. And a bailiff over :-You see that he pleads nothing as to the deed by cannot which the avowry is maintained ; judgment, &c.— And, have aid of his notwithstanding that the plaintiff was a stranger, he was principal put to answer as to the deed.—Gayneford. The deed was before he P has joined made after the recognisance; ready &c.Thorpe. Where

rent service but not where rent charge is in question a bailiff must make replication before he can have aid ; and if we have aid before we join issue, and the person in whose behalf we have made cognisance come, and be party to the averment, and the verdict pass against us, the damages will fall entirely upon him; and they will not do so if we join issue without him, and afterwards he do not come.—ALDEBURGH. You who have effected the taking will not be excused, whatever you do, if the inquest pass against you; and without joining issue you shall not have aid. --To this the COURT agreed.—Therefore Thorpe said that the deed was made before the recognisance; ready, &c. - And the other side said the contrary.- And then the aid was granted.

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(30.) $ In a Proecipe quod reddat an infant under age was supposed to be tenant, and he caused himself to be essoined, after appearance, by a common essoin, and afterwards as being on the King's service. And now he had a day, and was called, and answered by guardian.SCHARSHULLE. Have you a warrant for the essoin of being on the King's service ?The Guardian. We tell you that while the writ was pending, and after the essoin was cast, the demandant has disseised us; judgment of the writ.-And because he would not say anything else, SCHARSHULLE awarded seisin of the land to the demandant, and adjudged that the defendant should be in mercy; but the amercement was remitted because the defendant was under age, &c.

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estat. --Et nota per opinionem CURIÆ qen ceo cas il A.D. 1340 avera le plee. Par quei THORPE dist outre :-Vous mechire veez coment il plede rien al fet par quel lavowery qil avoit est meintenu ; jugement, &c.—Et, non obstante qe le J pleintif est estrange, il fust mys de respondre al fet. -Gayn. Le fet se fist pus la reconisance ; prest, &c. Thorpe. Noun pas en rente charge mes en rente service baillif freit repplicacion avant qil avereit eide; et si nous eioms eide avant qe nous joynoms issu, et celui veigne pur qy nous avoms conu et soit partie al averement, et il passe contre nous, les damages cherront enterment sur lui ; et si ne ferront il pas si nous joynoms issu sanz lui, et puis il ne veigne pas.— [Fitz. ALD. Vous [qe) avez fait la prise ne serres pas excuse, coment qe vous faces, si lenquest passe contre vous ; et sanz issu joyndre vous naverez pas eide.—Ad quod CURIA consensit.-Par quei Thorpe dit qe le fet se fist avant le reconisance ; prest, &c.Et alii e contra. -Et donqes fust leide graunte.

(30.) ? $ En un Præcipe quod reddat un enfant Nota. deinz age fut suppose tenant, et il se fist essoner, apres apparance, de comune essone, et puis de service le Roi. Et ore avoit jour, et fut demande, et respondi par gardeyn.-SCHAR. Avez garrant del essone de servis le Roi ?—Le Gardeyn. Nous vous dioms qe pendant le bref, et pus lessone gette, le demandant nous ad disseisi ; jugement de bref.—Et pur ceo qil ne voleit altre rien 3 dire, SCHARS. agarda seisine de terre a le demandant, et le defendant 4 en la mercy; sed condonaturs misericordia quia infra ætatem, &c.

1 There is also an abridgment of 3 25184, autre chose, instead of this case in Harl. 741.

altre rien. 2 From L. and 25184, as far as 4 25184, lenfant, instead of le the point at which the larger type | defendant. ends,

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A.D. 1340. Note that at the return of the Petit Cape on an infant under Note that age, he was essoined as being on the King's service, and had a an infant day, at which day he did not bring his warrant.--The demandant under age prayed seisin.-The infant's guardian said that he was under age was es

and, besides, that after the essoin was cast the demandant had on the disseised him, and so had abated his own writ. - This was not King's allowed; for seisin was awarded because he did not bring his service,

warrant of the essoin. and he alleged that the demandant had disseised him, so &c. Notwith

(31.) $ Note that in Easter term, upon a writ of Acstanding count, a Capias issued against a chaplain returnable at this, because he the Quinzaine of St. Michael then next to come; and did not now in this term Thorpe came with the chaplain and produce his war- prayed that he might be mainprised on account of the rant, seisin danger from the Sheriff. -SCHARSHULLE. That cannot awarded. be in this Court; but in the King's Bench you would Account, have your prayer; and it would be otherwise if you Capias

were at the Exigent. And why did you not come when issued he bad a day ?--And so he was not admitted. against a chaplain, and before his day he came and prayed Upon a writ of Account the Sheriff now returned that that he might find the defendant was not found, and that there was nothing mainprise, &c. ; wherefore the Capias issued returnable at the Quinand was

zaine of St. Michael. And now the defendant came to

; the bar and wished to surrender and to find mainprise It would be val be others to appear at his day, and prayed a Supersedeas to the

at the Sheriff; for he said that it would be hard now for him Exigent, on account to be so long in danger of the Sheriff. And the Court of the mischief. mis- would not grant it except when the Exigent was re

turnable.—It is otherwise in the Court of King's Bench.

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(32) $ One Robert, son of W. de C., sued a Scire facias upon a fine, by which fine Robert de Doncaster

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§ Nota? qe al petit Cape retourne sur enfaunt deinz age il A.D. 1340. fust essone des services le Roi, et avoit jour, a quel jour il Nota ge ne porta pas son garrant.-Le demandant pria seisine.-Le une enfant gardein lenfant dit qil est deinz age, ovesqe ceo, puis lessone dens age

fute essone jettu le demandant lad disseisi, issi abati son bref. — Non

vor de servis allocatur ; qar seisine fust agarde pur ceo qil ne porte mye le Roi, ge son garrant del essone.

allegea qe &c. disseisi, issi,

&c. Non (31.) ? $ Nota qe terme de Pasche, en un bref da- obstante,

pur ceo compt, issit un Capias contre un Chaplein retournable &c. sun al xv, de Seint Michel prochein dondes avenir ; et ore

ose seisyn fust ceo terme Thorpe vient ove le chaplein et pria qil agarde.

[Fitz. purreit estre par meynprise pur danger de Vicounte.- Sa SCH. Noun serra pas en ceste place; mes en Bank Defaute,

40.] le Roi averez vostre priere; et autre serreit si vous A fuissez al exigend. Et pur quei nussez vous pas venu ou Capias

issit vers qant il avoit jour, &c.?—Et issi ne fust il pas resceu. une

$ En 3 un bref dacompte retourne fuit ore * par le et devant Vicounte “non est inventus, nec aliquid, &c.,” par quei sun jore il issit le Capias retournable a la xv. de Seynt Michel. pria qil Et ore vynt le defendant a la barre et se voleit aver poit trover

mainpris rendu et aver trove meinprise daver este a son jour, et non et pria le Supersedeas al Vicounte; qar il dit qe dure potuit.

Autre serserroit ore pur luy destre si longement en daunger de roit al Vicounte. Et la COURT ne lui 5 voleit pas granter si exigend,

“ par le mesceo ne fut al exigend retournable.- Aliter est in Banco chef. Regis, &c.

(32.)? Ş Un Robert, le fitz W. de C.,8 suyt un Scire Sciro facias hors dune fyn, par laquele R. de Doncastre facias.

i This report of the case is from í 5 The words ne lui are not in L. T. alone.

6 For the sentence in Latin there ? From T. alone (including the is in L. substituted the following: marginal abstract which begins | Mes a cest jour la ley est con“ Acounte”) until otherwise stated. trarie.

3 This report, which may be a i From L. and 25184 until other-' second report of the case next wise stated. above, is from L. and 25184.

8 25184, G. de W., instead of W. 4 ore is not in L.

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