Bernard Feraunt and Peter Anger, his valets, to their lord, John of Brittany, earl of Richmond, telling him that the king was well and in good condnition, as were his company, the earls of Cornwall, Gloucester and Warenne, and the rest. They were at Biggar on their way to Glasgow. Their spies told them Sir Robert de Bruce with his forces was on a moor near Stirling. They had no other news for him, except to beg that he would be pleased to tax and pay the wages of John de Bernoys, the bearer, as the king had charged him. Sir Bertram de Bochir and Sir John de Denkourt commend themselves to him. The writers beg he will have all their friends in his keeping overseas.