People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 2/140/64 (Cal. Papal Letters, i, 144)

Pope Gregory IX commands the bishop of Moray and the abbots of Arbroath and Scone, on the signification of the king of Scotland, that when Patrick, clerk, went to the pope on business of the bishop of Glasgow, then his chancellor, duplicate letters of credit were given him, on which he contracted a debt of 1,060 marks; which, when the king paid, the clerk kept the duplicate letters, refusing to give them up. The pope orders that, if any further debt is contracted at any time by means of the letters withheld, the king is not to be molested in regard to it.
Firm date
13 January 1235
Dating Notes
Id. Jan., pontifical year 8
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Cal. Papal Letters, i, 144
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Cal. Papal Letters, i, 144
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Papal letter
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Entered from English summary only

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Date Short Summary Primary Witnesses
13 Jan. 1235 Command not to molest king with regards to debt yes