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Par quei il prist lissu come Ston. dit. — Qiuere, si A.D. 1340. trove soit qil prist par tiele cause, coment qe la cause ne soit pas bon, quid fiet? Dicitur per quosdam qe le pleintif recovera damages.

§ En1 un bref de Trespas dun chival pris, &c., Rokell dit Trespas. qe Sire Costast5 Mortimer et autres furent taxours par comission le Roi, et dit qe le pleintif fut par eux taxe, &c., par quei ccly do qi il se pleint fut depute do lever le dit taxe, et, pur ceo qe il no voleit my payer, il prist la chival &c. Et quant al foree, &c., de ricn coupable Ac.—Et il moustra avant une billo enseallo sour le dos ove le seal3 Sir Costaste1 qe luy prova estre depute.—Pole. Avera sa plointe &c. et ne mye par tiel cause, &c.

(38.)5 § Un bref de trespas fut porte de averiis fugatis de uno comitatu in alium.Pole7 counta qil vynt a force et arines, &c., et prist sez avers &c. en B. en la counte de Derby, et de illoeqes les enchacea tanque a Blith el conte Nottingham,8 et illoeqes les detient &c. — Blaik. Quant a venir a force &c., de rien coupable. Et quant a la prise et lenchacement nous dioms qe nous sumes Baillifs la Reigne Phelippe a son manere de Tikhulle, lonour de quel manere sestent en iij. Countez, saver Everwik, Derby, et Notingham, et le manere si est en le countee Deverwik

En bref de Trespas justificacion fust fait par cause, ut patet inferius, et qe manere pust estre en deversez

countes, et
pi un
homme
[t] eigne 8
dun altra

1 This report of the case is from L. and 25184.

5 L., G. le, instead of Sire Costast. The name appears in the record as Constantinus de Mortymer.

'L., la saellc.

* L., G.

* From L. and 25184 as far as the point at which the larger type ends, but corrected by the record Placita de Banco, Easter, 14 Edward III., R°. 200 d. It there appears that the action was brought by Robert de Fourneux against

Peter, Prior of Blythe, and several
others, in respect of a taking of
beasts at Ueighton (Derbyshire),
which were driven to Blythe (Notts),
and there impounded.

fi A portion of the margin of L.
has been cut off, apparently in
binding, and the marginal abstract
is, for that reason, somewhat im-
perfect.

- The words vint et are inserted
after Pole in L.
s L., Dorwik; 25184, Deverwik.

A.D. 1840. holds of the honour one carucate of land in Beighton, land in the wherein he lays his plaint, by certain services and by Wiitsf ° suit to the Court of Tickhill every three weeks; and which land f or the suit in arrear &c. we took the same beasts and to minor drove them to Tickhill through Blythe, and you came in the there and made deliverance of them: judgment whether

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Somerset, you can assign any tort in our person.—role. JSow wo

rfthe rent demand judgment on his admission, &c., and we pray our arrear, it is damages, &c.—Stonore, Then it is as he has said,

fuHorthe and, ^ ^ ^e s0' ^ answer ^ g00& enough; wherelord to dis- fore consider whether you will abide judgment.—And tTdrive11'1 to this the Court agreed.—Pole did not dare to abide the beasts judgment and said:—We have counted that he drove onTcountyour beasts (as above) and detained them at Blythe, into and he speaks of a driving and a detaining at Tickhill, which the which cannot be understood as an answer to our writ; manor is, wherefore we demand judgment, and pray our damages.

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person dis- —Ochardelowe. What you suppose to be a trespass, bring a ls ^o a&^' tne ^king and the driving, he has ad

writ of mitted as having been effected for a certain cause; Trespass wherefore issue cannot be taken on the detaining which

founded on . . . . _ /°

the Sta- is not a pomt in your action, for in a Replevin, if the against the defendant can avow the taking as rightful, he shall never person who be compelled to answer as to the detaining, and yet you andNfthe' sna^ ^eTe count that he detained the beasts, &c.—Pole. facts be Sir, in that case the writ does not determine any certain stated1 h^ phwe hi which the detaining is alleged, but here the shall not writ does, so that, if I admitted the reverse of my own

'52 Hen. III. (Stat. Marlb.), c. 4.

de quel honour1 cesti que se pleint tient une carue2 de terre en B. ou il se pleint par certeins serviz et par suyte a la court de Tikill de iij. symaignes, &c, et pur la suyte arere, &c., nous prismes mesmes les avers et les enchasames a Tikhulle par my Blith, ou vous venistez et feistez3 la deliveraunce*; jugement si tort en nostre persone poetz5 assigner. — Pole. Ore demandoms jugement sur6 sa conisance, &c., et prioms nos damages, &c. — Ston. Donqes est il issint come il ad dit, et, sil soit issint, son respons est assez boun, par quei voiez7 si vouss voillez demurer.— Et ad hoc conscnsit Curia. Pole nosa mye,9 et dit:—Nous avoms counte qil enchacea noz10 avers, ut supra, et les detient en Blith, et il parle dun enchacement et dune11 detenu a Thikille, que ne put estre entendu respons a nostre bref; par quei nous demandoms jugement, et prioms noz damages. — Schard. Ceo que vous supposez destre12 trespas il ad conu par cause, saver la prise et lenchacement; par quei sour le detenue, quel nest pas poynt de vostre accion, issue ne put prendre, qar en un Replegiari, si home put13 avower la prise14 droiturele, jammes ne serra il chace a15 respoundre a la detenue, et unquore vous counterez illoeqes qil les detient &c.—Pole. Sire,16 le bref ne determine la17 nul certeyn lieu ou la detenue est,1s mes yci le bref fet,19 ou si jeo conussay le revers de

A.D. 1340. certeyn [tjerre en la counte de Wiltes et quel terre est appurtenant . . . soun

manere en la conte [d]e

Somerset, si le rente soit

[arjiere, Wen list al Seignur distreindre .... distresse chacer dun [c]ountec et u un altre ou . . . manoir est, et si laltre [por]te bref do trespas

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sour

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1 L. and 25184, manere; but, according to the record, the Prior held as of the honour of Tickhill, as indeed the context of the report indicates.

3 A bovate and a half, according to the record.

3 L., faitez.

4 L., deleverment.

5 L., poys. « L., de.

1 voiez is not in 25184. 8 vons is not in L.

» 25184, pas.
>° L., mez.

11 The words enchacement ct dune
are not in L.
I 15 25184, pur, instead of supposez
destre.

13 L., pusse avoir, instead of put.
u The words In prise are not in L.

14 L., de.

16 25184, Si le, iustcad of Sire.

"la is not in L.

1s est is not in 25184.

w fet is not in L.

A.D. 1340. writ, it would abate; wherefore the cases are not similar, recover —Basset. You say what is true; still he does not plead

anything, 17 ' r

as appears to your writ, but he does to your action, and so he affirms

plea118 your wr^ to ^e g00^; and if what he has said were found by verdict, though the detaining was at another place, if the driving was to a manor to which the suit was due, the finding would be sufficiently in his favour, for the detaining is nothing to the purpose. Wherefore, &c.—Pole. Beighton, where the taking was effected, is out of the fee of the manor of Tickhill; ready, &c.— Blaik. Do you intend that for your answer ?—Pole did not dare to depart from his writ for fear that it might have abated, and said:—You took the beasts with force, &c., and not for such cause as you have supposed ; ready, &c.—Blaik. For such cause and not as the writ supposes; ready, &c. •

Trespass. § Trespass against the Prior of Blythe and several others in respect of beasts taken in G., and driven out of the county to W. against the peace.—Blaik. As to the Prior, Not Guilty. As to two others, Blaik acknowledged the taking by them as bailiffs of Philippa Queen of England, for the reason that the Prior of Blythe holds of the Queen a bovate of land (whereof the placo where the taking was made, &c.) by homage, fealty, andescuage, to wit, &c., and by suit to her Court of Tickhill &c., as services regardant to the honour of Tickhill. And (said he) for the suit in arrear they acknowledge the taking; and they came and drove the beasts through B., which is on the road to Tickhill, to which manor the suit is regardant, without doing anything against the peace; and the others named came to aid them as their servants. And as to tho detaining, the plaintiff came and made satisfaction for the suit, and had the beasts quit.— Pole. We do not admit what ho has aaid; but he does not answer as to the detaining in B.— Stonohe. Yes, he does ; he says that B.is on the road between the place where the taking &c. and Tickhill; and the detaining is not the cause of your action.—Pole. We tell you that the place where the taking, &c. is not holden of the honour of Tickhill.—Blaik. Do you intend that for your answer ?—And because he did not dare to depart from his writ, Pole said that they came of their own wrong without this that they came for such a cause; ready &c.— And the other side said the contrary.—So the cause will be tried. —Qumre whether Pole could safely have abode judgment on the first plea.

moun bref1 demene il abateroit; par quei nyent sem- A.d. 1340. blable.—Bass.2 Vous ditez verite; mes il ne plede mye [«]oit a 'vostre bref, einz fait il3 a vostre accion, issint recovera afferme il vostre bref bon; et si trove fut par verdit [ri]«m«. ceo qil ad dit, mesqe la detenue se fast aillours, si istoplalenchacement se fit a maner a quel la suyte fut due, c,<0assez serreit trove pur luy, qar la detenue rienz nest appurpos. Par quei, &c. — Pole. B* ou la prise fut fait si est hors de fee du manere de Tikhille ; prest, &c.—Blaik. Vollez, ceo pur responz ?—Pole nosa myo departir5 de son bref pur doute qil eut abatu, et dit Vous les pristez a force, &c., et ne my par tiel cause com vous avez suppose; prest,8 &c.—Blaik. Par tiel cause, et ne my cum le bref suppose; prest, &c.

§ Trangressic,1 de averiis captis in G. et fugatis extra comita- Trespas. turn in W. contra pacem, vers le Priour de Blythe et autres plusours.—Blayk. Quant al Priour, de rien copablc; quant a ij autres il conisast la prise come baillifs PhilippoB Iteginm Dengleterre, par la resoun qe le Priour de Blythe tient do la Reigne une bove de terre, dont le lieu ou la prise se fist &c., par homage, feaute, et escuage, saver &c., et par suyte a sa court de Tykhille &c., come do serviz regardantz al honour do Tykhille. Et pur la suyte arrere il conisent la prise; et vindrent en chaceant les avers par B. qest en chimenant vers Tykhille, a quel manoir la suyte est regardant, sanz rien faire contre la pees; et les autres nomes, come lour serjaunz, viendrent en eide deux. Et qant a la detenue, le pleintif vient et fist gree pur la suyte, et avoit les avers quites.— Pole. Nous ne conisoms pas ceo qil ad dit, mes il ne respond a la detenuo en B.—Stonore. Si fait; il dit qe B. est on la chymyn entre le lieu ou la prise &c. et Tykhille; et la detenu nest pas cause de vostre accion.—Pole. Nous vous dioms qe le lieu ou la prise &c. nest pas tenu del honour de Tykhille.— Blayk. Voilloz ceo pur respons ?—Et pur ceo qil nosa departier de son bref, il dist qil vindrent de lour tort sanz ceo qil vindrent par tiele cause; prest, &c.—Et alii e contra.—Issi qe la cause serra trie.—Quaere si Pole purra sanfment aver demure sur le primer plee.

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