David, king of Scots, has given his beloved and faithful Malcolm son of Duncan son of Murdoch half of the lands of Leckie (STL) adjacent to the land of Boquhan in the sheriffdom of Stirling which his lord father granted hereditarily to the earl of Lennox in compensation for the land of Cardross (DNB) and which Donald, earl of Lennox, resigned to the king of his own free will; holding in free barony, for one pair of gilt spurs at Pentecost if requested.
31 March 1353
last day of March, regnal year 24. Following A.A.M. Duncan in SHR 68 (1989), the regnal year calculation of this document was correct rather than the short calculation, making it 1353 rather than 1354.