Monition by brother A[ndrew], lord abbot of Coupar Angus, and his convent, collectors of the teinds granted in aid of the Holy Land in the diocese of Dunkeld for the third year of that grant, as deputed by J[ohn], bishop of Carlisle, principal collector of the teinds, to W., dean of Christianity of Atholl. In regard that all beneficed clergy in his deanery who had not paid the tenth pertaining to their benefices from Candlemas last to the appointed date had been declared by him suspended from entrance into the church on pain of contumacy; and being summoned again and not compearing, had been excommunicated by the abbot and convent, the dean is ordered publicly to denounce them excommunicate and to intimate to them that they must pay their tenths for that term by Easter, under pain of the interdict of their churches and the sequestration of their goods; citing them to compeer on the eve of Low Sunday next to come in the house of the Carmelites near Perth to make full satisfaction for the teinds for the said term – their names are hereby sent: the dean of the cathedral church of Dunkeld, the chancellor of the same, the rectors of the churches of Rannoch, Kilmaveonaig, Redgorton, Moneydie and Logie Allochie (all PER), the tenant of Raccheg Owyne, the prebendaries of Cathebuchan and of Obney (PER), likewise the latter prebendary who has not yet paid his tenth for the second year of collection, whom (i.e. the prendary of Obenay) the abbot and convent of Arbroath, collectors of the teinds in that second year, excommunicated and interdicted, who is to be cited to appear before them or their procurators bringing with him what remains unpaid of that tenth, announcing also to the abbots, priors and others of his deanery who have not yet paid the principal tenth that they satisfy the collectors in full for that tenth for the said term on the said day and place.
Tuesday 31 March 1294
on the Tuesday nearest after the annunciation of the lord in the year of grace 1294