A writ which lay where there was a dispute as to the boundaries of two adjacent
lordships or towns, directed to the sheriff, commanding him to take with him twelve
discreet and lawful knights of his county and make the perambulation and set the
bounds and limits in certainty. Fitzh. Nat. Brev. 309, D.

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