Payments to Thomas Rillington, monk of Durham, and to Bernard, chaplain of Beverley, for carrying banners of St Cuthbert and St John of Beverley in the Scottish war in present year (July 1307× July 1308)
Payments to messengers sent with letters from the king in Scotland to English sheriff and others, including the following:
13 Aug., Richard Swyn, sent from Dumfries to the sheriffs of Edinburgh, Stirling, Forfar, Aberdeen, Banff and Ross
21 Aug., William and Robert Scot, sent from Cumnock to Ayr and from there to Lanark
1 Oct., John de Wass, sent from Lenton to Peter Libaud, constable of Linlithgow
To Robert of Chester, cursor, sent from Nottingham ... to Berwick to Aymer de Valence, Patrick, earl of Dunbar, John Hastings, Alexander Abernethy, Henry Sinclair, John fitz Marmaduke, Alexander de Balliol, Robert Keith and John de Vaux, and to Carlisle to John, baron of Wigtown and Richard le Brun.
6 Oct., Robert de Crouland, cokinus, sent from Nottingham to Berwick to William de Bevercotes, chancellor, Eustace de Cotesbech, chamberlain of Scotland, and John de Insula, and to John of Brittany, with great seal letters which John will send to John of Argyll on the king’s behalf.
2 Sept., payments to messengers carrying letters between London and Scotland.
10 September, to a cursor, taking writs of great and privy seal from London to English earls and other magnates in Scotland, to the bishop of Chester and [to northern English counties], concerning the summons to parliament.
Prests to John Sandale for the office of chamberlain of Scotland, by hands of various persons receiving money at exchequer for wages in Scotland, on account of money owed them from the time when Sandale was chamberlain of Scotland. Includes payments to Aymer de la Zouche, Peter Lubaud, Ebulo de Montibus, Gilbert Pecche and Robert Leyburn (all in May and June 1309) and to William Latimer on 18 Dec. 1309 and to Alexander Convers in Feb. And May 1310.