The abbots of Melrose and Dryburgh and the prior of Melrose recite papal letters of Honorius [III], appointing them judges-delegate in the case between the abbot and convent of Dunfermline and the abbot and convent of Scone concerning certain teinds of the mills of the king which run by the water of Almond within the parish of the church of Perth, which teinds the canons had received in prejudice of the rights of the monks, though they asserted they had obtained the teinds specifically of the donation of King David; at the mediation of King Alexander and certain magnates of the land the controversy was settled between the parties thus, that the abbot and canons of Scone shall pay yearly to the monks of Dunfermline for good peace 5 marks towards the lighting of the church of Dunfermline, at Scone by the hands of the abbot or the prior of Scone if the abbot is absent, half at Martinmas and the other half at Pentecost. The monks of Dunfermline quitclaim to the canons the teinds of the mills of Perth in perpetuity and rights to them.
21 December 1222 X 18 March 1227
Papal appointment (12 kal. Jan., pontifical year 7 of Honorius III) × death of Pope Honorius III