The king writes to the sheriff of Lanark, noting that among the conditions of the late agreement between his envoys and Sir John Comyn of Badenoch, all prisoners were to be released, except Sir Herbert de Morham and his father; ransoms already paid kept and the balance discharged. The king heard that Robert de Barde, who lately took Brother William de Cokeburgne, warden of Blantyre Priory, is distraining him and his pledges for ransom in violation of the treaty. He commands the sheriff instantly to stop this, and allow nothing of the king in future in his bailliary. Similar writ to the sheriff of Roxburgh for Robert de Barde, who was taken by Sir William de Duresme. Same to the sheriff of Peebles.