A late-thirteenth-century king of Scots states that he has appointed Alexander of Argyll, sheriff of Lorn, in his land to receive in his peace all those who wish to receive the lands of his sheriffdom at ferme, provided that they give pledges, and he grants to the same individuals his safe and secure conduct to come to Alexander himself on whatever day and place to be established by A. in the lands to be received at ferme.
1293 X 1296
see A.A.M. Duncan and A.L. Brown, ‘Argyll and the Isles in the Earlier Middle Ages’, _PSAS_ 90 (1956-57), 219, App. VI
Source for Data Entry
A.A.M. Duncan and A.L. Brown, ‘Argyll and the Isles in the Earlier Middle Ages’, PSAS 90 (1956-57), 219, App. VI
Duncan & Brown, PSAS 90, App. VI
All texts in this formulary run in the name of Jacobus or simply Rex, though several can be shown
(as Nos. V and VI here) to be much earlier in date than 1406.