Journal of the Wardrobe at Berwick from 16 Feb. 1311 to 7 July 1311,
24th March. Hay and oats for the earl of Cornwall’s horses at ‘Pethecoks’.
3 Apr. Richard de Lusteshull, clerk, and another taking 1400 marks to the earl of Cornwall at Perth
16 May, William of Melbourn, cursor of Exchequer, with the king’s letters of privy seal to Sir John de Sandale and Sir John de Cromwell, constable of the Tower, and the escort of Sir Malcolm of Inverpeffray, a Scot, his expenses; Richard Frere with similar letters to them to bring Sir Malcolm from London to Berwick
7 June, Sir John of Argyll, by hands of Thomas of Argyll, his valet, a prest
13 June, Friar Roger of Waitby, the hermit of Seggedene, by the king’s alms to glaze the windows of his chapel there
25 June, John son of William of Bothwell, carrying the king’s letters of privy seal to the constables of Dunbar, Yester, Luffenok, Dirleton, Kirkintilloch, and Stirling castles, and Sir Philip de Mowbray, William Moderbenizon carrying the like to the constables of Selkirk Pele and the castles of Jedburgh, Cavers, Lochmaben, Buittle, Dalswinton and Dumfries.