Martin the goldsmith, burgess of Aberdeen, has given, granted and by this his charter established to Walter de Maleville, burgess of Aberdeen, annual rent of 8 marks of his own acquisition and which he lawfully bought from the following lands: one mark from that perch of land which lies in the Ship Street between the land that was the late William son of Hulf’s which is on the north side and the land which was Simon the skinner’s on the south side; and 23s. from those three perches of land lying in the same street between the land which John Cupar held at feuferme from John de St Clare which is on the east side and the land which Nicholas the butcher held at feuferme from the Trinitarian Friars which is on the west, 6s. from that land which William of Buchan then held; 6s. from that land the aforesaid Nicholas held from Martin; one mark from that land lying in the street of forks; 6s. from that land which Colin Sellar held from Martin in the said street between the land which was the late Andrew of Culter’s which is on the north side and the land which was Ralph Foddoc’s on the south side; 7s. from that land lying in the street ‘de la grene’ between the land of William Wynk on one side and the land of Adam son of Roger on the other; 4s. from that land lying in Fiddie Street between the land called ‘Redbachus’ on one side and the land of John of ‘Garmach’ (Garioch?) on the other; 30s. from those crofts which Henry called ‘Koc’ the baker held from him at feuferme, lying in the Field of Justice on the western side of the burn called ‘le Deneburne’; for a certain sum of money which Walter counted out and paid him in his great need, receiving from the aforesaid lands and their tenements half at Pentecost and half at Martinmas for all burden or secular service.