An agreement is formed between Abbot Andrew and the convent of Coupar, and Abbot Hugh and the convent of Inchaffray, regarding an annual rent of 12 pounds of wax which the abbot of Coupar claimed from certain lands and houses in Perth, which Master William Dunstane and Michael of Inchaffray held at feuferme of Inchaffray Abbey. The monastery had possessed these free from payment of wax for thirty-nine years and more, and the right of the abbot and convent of Coupar was not apparent. A friendly agreement had been made by the intervention of common friends whereby the monastery of Coupar shall not make any claim for the wax in the future and the monastery of Inchaffray shall pay yearly to Coupar two pounds of cumin and two pounds of pepper within the octave of the Nativity of John the Baptist, at the chapel of the bridge of Perth. If payment is not made, Coupar Abbey shall distrain within and without the houses and take poinds until the payment is made in full. The abbots oblige themselves by their corporal oaths and renounce resorting to law, royal or apostolic letters, or any thing that would impede the agreement.
24 June, 1272 X 1292
24 June, 1272, 1282 or 1292
At the Nativity of St John the Baptist, 1202; but editor suggests 1272 or 1282 while Watt, Graduates, 169, dates this as probably 1292.