You deliver to bail. In old English practice. The name of a writ which might be issued in behalf of a party who, upon the writ de odio et atia, had been found to have been maliciously accused of a crime, commanding the sheriff that if the prisoner found twelve good and lawful men of the county who would be mainpernors for him, he should deliver him in bail to those twelve, until the next assize. Bract, fol. 123; 1 Reeve, Eng. Law, 252.