Philip de Vermelles II (secundus) has given and by this his charter established to Holyrood Abbey that whole land which they held of his father in Romanno (PEB) and which they and their men cultivated. Additionally he gives them in augmentation for the souls of his father, himself and others, that land which lies conterminous and adjacent to their land on the north side, by stated bounds. He also gives common pasture in Romanno for 1000 sheep, and 60 animals, and for their stud (i.e., horse) and for the livestock of their men. This land and common pasture are to be held in pure and perpetual alms, free and quit of all military service (exercitu et expedicione) and all forinsec service and aids and works and secular exaction.
8 September 1199 X October 1199
During the short period after William Malveisin was made chancellor and before he was elected bishop of Glasgow.