Letter from John de Droxford, keeper of the wardrobe, to James de Dalilegh, king’s clerk. Dalilegh has a receipt of Sir John de Seagrave for £30 which sum was delivered to him by Dalilegh on account of wages owed him for the time when he was warden this side of the Forth. This money has been used in effecting repairs to the peel of Linlithgow, as Droxford has more fully heard by recognisances of Sir John de Kingston and Sir William de Felton, receivers and disbursers of money concerning the works there. Droxford therefore orders Dalilegh to restore Seagrave his receipt for the £30 and to charge this sum in his account to Kingstone and Felton. Droxford will make due allowances in his account in the wardrobe. London.