[that though] he is prepared to do so, that such an ordinary causes him to be maliciously  kept in prison to his great injury and damage. And since in this matter, because  of the malice of the same ordinary, his delivery pertains to us, we order you, if the  same A. has given adequate security to the same ordinary that he will obey the law  and give adequate satisfaction to God and the church, to cause him to be delivered  without delay. If the ordinary refuses this, then you yourself in our place, after having  taken security as said above, cause him to be delivered without delay. When judges  are not willing to desist on receipt of a prohibition, nor is he who sues willing to desist  from prosecuting his suit, then let them all be attached to appear before the king (or  his justices of the Bench or his justices itinerant) by this writ, to answer as to why  etc.
Writ for the attachment of judges if they proceed contrary to the prohibition.
 The king to the sheriff, greeting. If A. has made you secure with respect to prosecuting  his claim, then put B., the ordinary, by gage and safe pledges to appear before us  (or our justices at Westminister or before our justices [itinerant] at the first session  when they have come to those parts) to show why he held a plea in court christian  concerning the lay fee of the same A. in such a vill contrary to our prohibition (or  concerning the advowson of such a church or debts and chattels which are not  testamentary or matrimonial and the like). Also put C. by gage and safe pledges to  be there at the same time to show why he sued the same plea in the same court  christian contrary to our prohibition. And have there the names of the pledges and  this writ. Witness etc. Let the writs of attachment be so drawn that they agree with  the writs of prohibition. If an attachment ought to be made of judges delegate or  subdelegate, then let the writ be in this form.
For the attachment of judges appointed by authority of letters of the lord pope.
 The king to the sheriff, greeting. If A. has made you secure with respect to prosecuting  his claim, then put by gage and safe pledges B., and C. and D. (their proper names  being used, namely, B. bishop or abbot or prior, C. archdeacon, and D. his official)  that they be before us or our justices etc. (as above) to show why they held a plea in  court christian concerning a lay fee (or1 the like etc., as above) by authority of letters  of the lord pope,2 contrary to our prohibition.