Richard of Lincoln, son and heir of Richard of Lincoln, has granted and by this his present charter established to Kelso Abbey sufficient pasture for 700 sheep in the pasture of his feu of Mow (ROX), with certain specified liberties and restrictions. Additionally, the monks may have entrance and exit from the land of the church, and because the monks remitted to Richard and his heirs the teinds of the mill of Mow, and Richard remitted and quitclaimed to Kelso their multure in perpetuity. Richard also gives them the right to grind wherever they may wish unless the grain of the lord himself may be at the same mill. Richard grants and establishes all the aforesaid to Blessed Mary and the monks of Kelso in pure, free and perpetual alms. He affirmed the aforesaid and swore to observe the aforesaid by touching the holy gospel in the hand of Robert, abbot of Kelso. He subjects himself and his heirs in perpetuity to the jurisdiction of the bishops of Saint Andrews and Glasgow in order that they may be able to compel him and his heirs to observe the aforesaid.