An agreement is formed between Sir Hugh of Abernethy and Sir William of Douglas; namely, that Hugh son and heir of William of Douglas will take as wife Margerie sister of the said Hugh of Abernethy, immediately after Easter of this year, and that this will all be accomplished by Ascension Day, as contained in the other writing. The said Hugh of Abernethy will owe Hugh of Douglas, son and heir of William of Douglas, with his sister in free marriage, 20 markates of land in the villa of ‘Glencros’ (maybe Glencorse, MLO?) or in the feu of ‘Chabirlaynneutone’ (Chamberlain Newton, ROX) , and the said William of Douglas will owe Hugh his son and Margerie, his wife, 20 markates of land in the feu of Douglas (LAN), so that the said land of the said Hugh of Douglas after the death of his father will remain wholly and hereditarily with the various lands of the said William of Douglas, and the said 20 markates of land which Sir William of Douglas owes the said Hugh will remain fully. The 40 markates of land will remain in the custody of the said William of Douglas, by counsel and assent of Hugh of Abernethy, for the advantage and profit of the children, from the first day of the contract until the fourth year is complete. And if it happens that Hugh, son and heir of William of Douglas, dies after the solemn marriage but before his father, or withdraws himself at any time, the 20 markates of land which the said William of Douglas owes will remain with the said Margerie for her whole lifetime in the name of a dower. And if Margerie should die before the marriage contract or wishes to withdraw herself, the said 20 markates of land which Hugh of Abernethy owes the said Hugh with Margerie will remain free and quit for his whole lifetime.