Robert, king of Scots, has granted to Blessed Virgin Mary and St Ninian and the religious men the prior and canons of Whithorn of the Premonstratensian order, all the churches, lands, renders, possessions, fisheries, and liberties, namely the church of St Kennera of 'Karnesmoll' in Galloway (Kirkinner, WIG), the church of St Machutus of Wigtown which they have from the donation of lord Edward Bruce his beloved brother former lord of Galloway, the church of St Brigit in 'Lair' (Lezayre?) in Man (Kirkbride), which they have by the donation and concession of Thomas Randolph earl of Moray, lord of Annandale and Man his beloved nephew, the church of St Columba in Kintyre (Kilcolmkill, ARG) which they have from the donation of Patrick Mac Scilling' and Finlach his spouse, and the church of St Michael of Gelston which they have by the donation of John of Gelston son and heir of the late John of Gelston knight. He also grants four quarters of land of Outon in Farines (WIG) and all that land of Milmain in Farines which were formerly Dervorguilla de Balliol's which they have by gift of his brother (Edward Bruce), the land of Glenswinton in the tenement of Parton (KCB) which the aforesaid earl of Moray (Thomas Randolph) gave them, and three tofts in the west street of Kirkcudbright which Patrick son of Patrick Mac Guffog gave them and five pennylands of 'Donarhahualf' with the land of Beoch (AYR) which Duncan son of Gilbert late earl of Carrick gave them; Drumyork and Drumquhill (AYR) which Dervorguilla Marshal gave them; a third part of Cruggleton (WIG) in free barony, with pit and gallows, soke and sake, toll team and infangenthef, which William de Soules knight gave them; and that piece of land in Sorbie, which John Mac Lachlan gave them; and that vill of Whithorn called Clachan, which his brother gave them in free burgh with market-day weekly and fair-day annually, and six stones of wax from Cruggleton and Mochrum for St Ninian's light, which Edward Bruce gave them; the lands given by Edward Bruce and Thomas Randolph as baronies; half a salmon fishing of Dee with a salmon haul in the Dee at Kirkcudbright when and where they wish, which Edward Bruce gave them. He also confirms the earl of Moray's gift of his fishing in the Cree with arable land and hay for two cows and their offspring up to the age of two years. He also grants and confirms the toll of Port Whithorn (WIG), which Edward Bruce gave them; with confirmation of liberties they had in the time of King Alexander III, freedom for the men of Glenswinton from surdit de sergeant, other burdens, prises, tallages and contributions.