To Richard Siward, coming to the king at Lanercost from the castle of Kildrummy where he was imprisoned by the earl of Carrick, by his own hands, Lanercost, 30 Sept.
To William Siward, his son, coming as above, for a horse, Lanercost, 1 Oct.
To Donald son of Kane, knight of Galloway, coming to the king at Lanercost and returning, Lanercost, 20 Oct.
To John de Walsingham, valet of the earl of Lincoln, bringing news to the king of the taking of Simon Fraser [sic], Lanercost, 8 Oct.
And to a valet of Hugh Despenser for the same, Lanercost, 18 Oct.
To James, steward of Scotland, staying in England at the king’s costs, by account of John of Coventry, his clerk, Lanercost, 27 Oct.
To Audoen of Argyll, for restoration of a horse lost in the company of the prince at Kincardine in the Mearns at the end of September. Lanercost, 20 Oct.
To Hugh de Ross for his winter robe, by account at Lanercost, 1 Apr. 1307; to the same for his summer robe because he was out of court at Pentecost, by account as above.
Prest to John Bentley sent from Lanercost to take the countess of Carrick to Brustwick, Lanercost, 10 Oct.
To Robert de Cotyngham, controller of the wardrobe, for expenses of Master Andrew of Tong, notary, in making public instruments concerning a process made against the two bishops, for the wage of another notary helping, for expenses of clerks transcribing the instruments and for a forcer bought for their safekeeping, at the beginning of May, as appears by particulars delivered to the wardrobe at Lanercost, 26 Oct. 1306.