The priors of St Andrews and Restenneth and Master Laurence, archdeacon of St Andrews, recite a letter of Pope Gregory [IX], appointing them papal judges-delegate in the case called by Malcolm, canon of Dunkeld, against the abbot and convent of Coupar Angus, concerning teinds and other things. By the authority of the mandate, the judges have pronounced settlement in the complaint by Malcolm in the name of his church against the monks of Coupar Angus in regard to the teinds of the land which they have in the territory of Rattray (PER); on the production of a certain composition between their church of Coupar Angus and the church of Rattray on the teinds of that land, Malcolm desisted from his plea and quitclaimed to the monks any right he had in these teinds. The monks have granted to Malcolm the prayers and benefit of the whole Cistercian order in consideration of having relieved them from this annoyance.
9 July 1237 X 29 March 1240
Papal appointment (7 id. July, pontifical year 11 of Gregory IX) × death or demission of Laurence, archdeacon of St Andrews