William, bishop of Glasgow, and Geoffrey, bishop of Dunkeld, recite a papal bull by Gregory IX appointing them judges-delegate in the case between Clement, bishop of Dunblane, and Walter Comyn, earl of Menteith. The case concerning teinds of the church of Dunblane had already been committed to the bishops of St Andrews, Brechin and Dunkeld. The bishop of Dunblane, renounces all right which he or his predecessors had in lands and cain of the church of Dunblane, paid annually from the churches in the earldom of Menteith. The judges have ordained that the said earl be permitted to build a religious house of the Augustinian order at the island of Inchmahome. They have also assigned to those men of Inchmahome, from the collation of the said earl and with the assent of the bishop, in pure, perpetual alms, the churches of Leny (STL) and the said island, saving episcopal dues. They have ordained that the said earl grant and assign the church of Kippen (STL) to the canonry of Dunblane, saving right of patronage, and that the earl give up his right in the church of Callander.