Article 5: That Books for our Use should be in dependent parishes
They shall have sufficient books for performing their service according to the custom of the abbey; books pertaining to the parish and the rules of the prelates shall be at their disposal when asked for.
They should not go out into town without hoods or capes. They shall not enter for services that are to be performed in the church without a clean rochet or hood. Brothers who come from outside, when they enter the cloister, should not presume to pass through the main yard or to sit there unless they are in they are in monastic hoods or capes. Then they must follow the convent in everything, and, if they had time to prepare themselves before the beginning of the hour, they should not be absent from convent hours, unless they had remained behind by special permission. When they need to go out of the cloister, they should receive permission. These things (i.e. permissions) are to be diligently written down, and they shall be read in chapter after the rule and diligently guarded, being sealed with the seal of the church and the abbot and they are to be kept safe with the privileges of the church.End of the Constitutions