‘En primer’ the king’s letter to the constable of Lochmaben to receive people to peace. A general letter to all the king’s servants and lieges not to meddle with the earl of Hereford’s people in Annandale or his or their goods till the king’s arrival in those parts. Similar letters to the constable of Dumfries, the constable of Dalswinton, Sir Ingram de Umfraville, John of Maxwell, lord of Caerlaverock, to the warden of the Pele of Liddel, to Sir Thomas de Balliol of Cavers, or his lieutenant. Also a letter to the sheriff of Cumberland to publish and cry through his bailliary similar protection for the earl of Hereford’s people and goods in Annandale till the king’s arrival. And a protection for Sir Robert Tilliol, as Sir Adam de Osgodby had […] from the earl of Gloucester on the king’s behalf.