People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 1/53/25 (RRS, v, no. 20)

Robert, king of Scots, granted to the abbot and convent of Arbroath the liberty that no-one, without their authorization, may be allowed within their monastery, granges or priory, except the religious poor who they should admit according to their resolve, nor may anyone take [prises] from their burgesses within the burgh of Arbroath (ANG), or within their lands or baronies, without some reasonable means of appeasement following the customs of the country. The king reserves his and his heir’s prises in particular circumstances. Anyone who goes against the king’s wishes faces his full forfeiture.
Firm date
12 April 1312
Dating Notes
12th day of April in the seventh year of our reign
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RRS, v, no. 20
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RRS, v, no. 20
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Letters patent

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Date Short Summary Holder Lord
12 Apr. 1312 Granges, priory, lands or baronies of Arbroath Arbroath Abbey (fd.1178)