James, Stewart of Scotland has given and granted, and by his present charter established, to Thomas called Brewster, for his homage and service, all that land beside Paisley called Saucerland, by stated bounds, with pasture within his park of Blackhall, with free entry and exit, with liberty to have brewhouses, abattoir, mill and tannery, with facilities to carry on trade and with use of the Water of Cart, saving rights of the monks of Paisley. He also gives pasture for 12 oxen and cows within the common pasture of Raise, with liberty to make shielings. Thomas and his men may have timber and firewood and the right to dig and dry peats in James’s peatmoss of Thornly. He gives and grants maximum fines of 3s. at his court of the barony of Renfrew; all performing forinsec service for one bowman for one day a year at his castle of Renfrew, rendering at Blackhall 1d. yearly at Pentecost.
1294 X 1295
Similar witness to charter dated 9 Jan. 1295 (_Pais. Reg._, 92-6)
Source for Data Entry
Barrow and Royan, ‘James Fifth Stewart of Scotland’, Essays on the Nobility, App. II, no. 1