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Page 6, note I, for 59 read 60. „ 13, „ 1, dele the words between the third full stop and the fifth. „ 82, „ 2, for charas read chartas.
„ 130, line 1, insert inverted commas before in, instead of before by.
„ 140, „ 8, for said read is said.
„ 166, „ 24, for his read her.
„ 209, „ 16, insert a comma after confreres instead of after eslieu.
„ 277, note 3,/or 137 read 237.
„ 293, „ 3, insert T., before Cestre.
„ 308, line 16, after Isleworth insert a comma.
„ 366, col. 2, line 4, for 26 read 36.
„ 369, „ 1, line 6, for plaintiff read defendant.
In the volume next preceding (M. 13 and H. 14, E. III.) page liii., note (second column), for 7 read 17, and/or 8 read 48.
FOURTEENTH YEAR OF THE REIGN OF
KING EDWAED THE THIRD
50018. Wt. 18670.
EASTER TERM IN THE FOURTEENTH YEAR OF
A.D. 1340. (i.) § Novel Disseisin was brought against a tenant. Novel* °f —Gayneford. We tell you that there is a writ of DisDisseisin. seisin pending in respect of the same tenements between the same parties, and so this writ was purchased pending the other; judgment of the writ. — And because plaint was not made as to the first writ so that it could be known what were the tenements in respect of which the plaintiff complained in the first writ, the writ was adjudged good. Wherefore the defendant pleaded to the assise.
§ In an assise of Novel Disseisin it was held to be no plea in abatement of the writ to say that there was another assise pending between the same parties in respect of the same tenements, and that this writ was purchased pending the other, because as to the first writ no plaint was made, so that it could not be known what were the tenements in respect of which the plaintiff wished to complain in the first writ.—Wherefore Gayneford pleaded to the assise.
Account. (2.) § Account.—The defendant came upon the Exigent in custody of the Sheriff. The plaintiff would not count against him, for the plaintiff said that he was not the same person. And because the plaintiff did not show any difference in their names the writ abated.
DE TERMINO PASCILE ANNO REGNI REGIS
(I.)2 § Novele clisseisine fust porte vers un tenant. A.D. 1340. —Gayn. Nous vous dioms qil y ad bref de disseisine Assisa pendant de mesmes les tenementz entre mesmes les D°Idsina!. parties, et issi ceo bref purchace pendant lautre; [14 Lib. jugement du bref.—Et pur ceo qe pleint ne fust pas 6; fait al primer bref issi qe homme ne poet saver des BHe/e, queux tenementz il se pleint el primer bref, le bref270-^ fust agarde bon. Par quei il pleda al assise.
§ En3 un* assise de novele disseisine il ne fut pas pleo en Assise de abatement du bref a dire qil iavoit5 entre mesmes les partiz Novele • un altre assise pendaunt6 de mesmes lez tenementz, ct que Disseisine. cesti bref fut7 purchace pendaunt lautre, pur ceo qal primer bref le pleinte ne fut pas fait, issint 110 put homme saver des queux tenementz il se voleit aver pleint en le primer bref.—Par quei Oayn. pleda al assise.
(2.)s § Acompt.—Le defendant vient al exigend en Accounte. garde de Vicounte. Le pleintif ne voleit pas counter [Fitz. vers lui, qar il dist qil nest pas mesme la persone. 271/^' Et pur ceo qil dona pas diversite de lour nouns le bref abatist.
1 The reports of this term are from the Temple MS., the Lincoln's Inn MS., the Additional MS. in the British Museum numbered 25184, and the Harleian MS. No. 741.
: From T. alone, as far as the point at which the larger type ends.
3 This report of the case is from
4 un is not in 25184.
6 pendaunt is not in L.
s From T. alone. The case bears