To Master Andrew of Tong, notary, for expenses from 28 Apr. 1302 to 16 Mar. 1306 in making two processes in public form concerning the fealties and homages of the Scots of which one was delivered to chancery and the other to exchequer, which expenses were allocated to him by order of J.,bishop of Bath and Wells, and Robert de Cotyngham on basis that he had £40 for making a similar process in year 30, which was delivered to the wardrobe, by account made with him at London, 6 Apr. 1313
To Walter, son of the earl of Ross, scholar in Cambridge, for expenses during the Scottish war, paid by the sheriff of Cambridge and Huntingdon, London. 13 Mar. 1308.
To Aymer de Valence for wages of himself and others from 3 July – 3 Nov. 1300 when the king returned to Carlisle from the parts of Dumfries after proclamation of the truce with the Scots, and other expenses, by account at London, 4 May 1319