An agreement is made in the presence of the officials of the court of Glasgow between the chapter of Glasgow on the one hand, and Richard of Crailing on the other concerning ten marks, which the procurator of the chapter asked from Richard, since he agreed to render it for the memory of Sir William of Moray, late lord of Bothwell. Richard agreed, and by faith obligated himself, to give to the chapter six chalders of good grain each year, instead of the ten marks, at the feast of St Martin in winter, one and a half chalders of which he should further render around the feast of St Andrew nearest following, until the six chalders have been fully rendered, with the first time of render beginning at the feast of St Martin in winter in 1304. And if he should fail to meet the aforesaid deadlines, Richard obligated himself to render to the chapter one chalder more than the principal amount, and further specifications are made for failure of payment.
25 June 1304
in the tomorrow of the nativity of blessed John the Baptist in the year of the lord 1304