William, bishop of Glasgow, and Geoffrey, bishop of Dunkeld, recite a papal bull of Gregory IX appointing them judges-delegate in the case between Bishop Clement of Dunblane and Cambuskenneth Abbey over the teinds of parish churches in the diocese of Dunblane. The case had already been heard by the bishops of St Andrews, Brechin and Dunkeld. The judges have ordained that the abbot and convent shall find 4 marks annually for the vicar who shall serve in the church of Dunblane; the abbot of Cambuskenneth shall be a canon of the church of Dunblane. The house of Cambuskenneth shall also assign 4 marks to the church, from which the bishop of Dunblane shall dispose of how he wishes, to be assigned after the death of Master Hugh del Bois. The abbot and convent shall be free from exactions and all the fruits of the churches of Kincardine (PER), Tullibody (CLA) and Tillicoultry (CLA), in the diocese of Dunblane shall be converted for their own uses. They have also ordained, by the consent of the late bishop of Dunblane, that the abbot and convent shall present suitable chaplains to the churches.