To Andrew de Saunford carrying bulls from the Roman court with letters of the king of Scotland, for publication against those who killed John Comyn, for expenses going to Winchester and returning. Winchester, 13 May 1306
To Geoffrey de Mowbray, clerk, bringing the king news of the death of John Comyn and returning for the king’s business, Winchester, 23 Feb.
To Richard de Colubrath, valet, who was with John Comyn, coming to the king from Scotland for business touching that land and returning, Winchester 26 Mar.
To Adam Brunyng, who was at the capture of Sir William Wallace, staying in England for some time in Feb. and Mar. 1306, for his reward from the king for this capture, and going by the king’s order to Scotland for business enjoined to him by the king. Winchester, 21 Apr. 1306
To Richard of Durham, coming to the king on behalf of divers magnates of Scotland, staying at court for some days in April, awaiting the will and answer of the king, and returning. Winchester, 21 Apr. 1306
To Gromioco de la Pol, bringing letters to the king from various magnates of Scotland and returning with letters. Winchester, 8 May
To Christinus of Stirling, messenger, taking the king’s letters to the bishop of St Andrews, John de Sandale, John of Kingston and Robert Keith, for wages. Winchester, 9 Mar.