King Alexander II for Culross Abbey; recites a charter of Malcolm, earl of Fife, in which earl has given whole shire of Culross with its church and castle; lands of Cults (in Torryburn, FIF), Inzievar (FIF) and Crombie (in Torryburn, FIF); one toft in Castletoun (now Dunimarle, FIF); £20 payable yearly by monastery of North Berwick; £10 yearly from Earlsferry; church of Tullibole (KNR); land of Gogar (CLA) beside River Devon; 60s. yearly from fermes of Logie-Airthrey (STL) in exchange for sixty acres of land at Gogar; £33 6s. 8d. annual rent from villa and mills of Cupar in exchange for lands of Mountquhanie (FIF) and Rathillet (FIF); with right of free forest, in feu and heritage, and with soke and sake, toll, team and infangthief, in free, pure and perpetual alms. King Alexander thus ratifies, approves and establishes these donations and grants.