Indenture between the very noble and powerful prince, David, king of Scots, and the very reverend father in God the archbishop of Canterbury, chancellor of England, and the noble and wise lord, the earl of Arundel, representatives of the noble lord earl of Hereford, whereby it is agreed for the settlement of Annandale (DMF) until the end of the great truce between the kingdoms of England and Scotland, dividing the lands and rents of the lordship of Annandale (DMF), and the woods, pastures, fisheries, wards, marriages, reliefs, heriots, and all kinds of profits relating to that lordship between the king and the earl, except the loch and the park of the castle of Lochmaben (DMF), 'Hwsbyfeld' and the vills and lands of Hightae (DMF) and Smallholm (DMF) which will be the earl's, the king of Scotland being recompensed. Two good and loyal men of the lordship shall be chosen to act on behalf of the king and the earl, respectively. Freeholders in the allegiance of the king of Scots shall treat with the earl of Hereford's deputies, and vice versa, and failing agreement, everything shall be divided equally. The king of Scotland gives assurance to the garrison of Lochmaben to come and go freely. Damages on either side are to be redressed by the Law of the March.