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A.D. 1340, on our mother's side, and older than we, and yet he is

not admissible.— W. Thorpe. In that sense we make the allegation; judgment as above. — R. Thorpe. There is no such person ; ready &c.— W. Thorpe. Ready &c. that there is. — And he found surety for the issues. — Quære whether, in this case, it would have been sufficient to have alleged the existence of the elder brother, without saying more, and to have put the person who prayed admission to show him to be a stranger to the father or to disable him in blood, since the person who prayed admission did not deny the surmise of the demandant

that it was his brother &c. Note : (55.) § Note. A writ of Cessavit was brought. At the Cessavit.

first day the tenant came and said that the demandant had disseised him, while the writ was pending, and thus the writ was abated ; judgment of the writ. —And the demandant offered to aver that he was tenant as the writ supposed ;' ready &c.—And the issue was received.

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(56.) The King brought his Quare impedit against the Master of the Hospital of St. Giles of Norwich, and counted that it belonged to him to present to the church of T., &c., for the reason that one Adam held the advowson in capite of the King and presented one P., &c., on whose death the church was now vacant, and that this Adam aliened, without license, to B., C., and D., who aliened, without license, to this Master and his successors, and contrary to the form of the Statute. Rokell. nostre mere, et eigne de nous, et si nest il my resceyv- A.D. 1340. able. — W. Thorpe. A tielle entencion le alleggoms nous; jugement ut supra. R. Thorpe. Il ny ad nul tiel; prest, &c.— W. Thorpe. Prest, &c. qe si.—Et trova surte des issues. — Quare in isto casu si ceo ust este assez daver allegge lestre le frere eisne, sanz plus dire, et daver mys celuy qe pria de luy aver estrange al pere ou desable de sank, del houre qil ne dedit mye la sourmyse le demandant luy estre son frere, &c.

1 According to the record the tenant (in the writ) pleaded that the demandant bad disseised him, and was then seised, and had been seised on the day on which the writ was purchased.

* According to the record the !

demandant's replication was that the tenant was tenant on the day on which the writ was purchased, and issue was joined thereon.

89 Hen. 3. (Magna Charta), c. 36, and 7 Ed. I. (De Religiosis).

(55.)1 Nota. Bref de 2 Cessavit fuit porte. Al Nota : . primer jour le tenant vient et 3 dit qe le demandant

Cessavit. luy avoit disseisi pendant le bref, issint le bref abatu; jugement de bref.—Et le demandant tendi daverer qe il fuit tenant auxi com le bref suppose ; prest, &c.— Et fut resceu, &c.*

(56.) 5 Le Roi porta son Quare impedit vers le Quare im

pedit. Mestre del Hospital Seint Giles de Nortwich, et counta qe a ly appent a presenter a leglise de T., &c., par la reson qun Adam tient lavoweson en chief du Roi et apresente un P. &c., par qi mort leglise est ore voide, le quel Adam aliena, sanz conge, a B., C., et D., les queux alienerent, sanz conge, a cesti mestre et a ces successours, et contre forme del estatut.Rokel. La

1 From L. and 25184, but com- 1 ? The words Nota. Bref de are pared with the record Placita de not in 25184. Banco, Trinity, 14 Edward III., | 3 The words vient et are not in Ro. 150 d. It there appears that L. the action was brought by William The words Et fut resceu, &c. Grammary against William de are not in L. Wentworth of Polyngton (York- | 5 From Harl. 741 alone. shire).

A.D. 1340. The advowson is held of one S., who holds it in capite of

the King; and, as to the presentation, see here the King's charter by which the King has granted us license to purchase the advowson and to appropriate the church to hold to our own use ; wherefore we do not understand that the King can have an action.

voweson est tenu dun S., qe la tent en chief du Roi; A.D. 1340. et, quant a la presentacion, veez cy la chartre du Roi par quel le Roi nous ad grante [conge] a purchacer lavoweson et de approprier leglise a tener en propres use; nentendoms par quei le Roi pusse accion aver.

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