Mary of Hailes daughter of Kilvert, in her free widowhood, has given, granted and by this her charter established to Newbattle Abbey all of that land which she has in the territory of North Hailes (ELO) in that place called ‘Myllynhal’ next to the River Tyne, that is, nine acres with all its pertinents, and will all liberties and easement of that river belonging to her, by stated bounds [which appear to be the same as those in Newb. Reg., no. 91], in pure and perpetual alms, and free from all service, exaction, custom, or any other exigency.
The main difference with the above charter, aside from slightly stronger wording throughout, is the emphasis on the rights to the River Tyne, suggesting that some specific question had arisen after the initial grant, evidently that described in no. 91.
Note also the following: ‘Memorandum that Mary of Hailes made the charter of her donation three times with the same contents, and moreover that she wrote to those who she used as witnesses supposing that they would have agreed to it if their names were put in the charter.’ (Newbattle Reg., p. 72)