writ of assise which formerly lay when a man or his ancestors under who he reported provided a clerk to a benefice, who was simply instituted, and afterward, upon the second avoidance, a stranger presented a clerk and thus disturbed the real patron. 3 Bl. Comm. 245; St. 13 Edw. I. (Westm. 2) c. 5. It offers offered option to the treatment by guare impedit.