To Master John de Haselarton, notary public, for writing instruments and processes touching the bishops of St Andrews and Glasgow, by his own hands at Newbrough in Tynedale, 1 Sept.
To Master Thomas de Houghton, engineer, going by command of the king at Newbrough in Tynedale to the prince at Kildrummy, at Newbrough, 3 Sept. 1306.
To John de Dunstal, messenger of the prince, bringing letters concerning the taking of Simon Fraser, Newbrough, 17 Aug.
To John de Ros, chaplain, and Malcolm, clerk of John of Argyll, coming as their lord’s messengers, staying at court and returning, Newbrough 18 Aug.
To John de Dunstal, as above, concerning the taking of the earl of Atholl, by the king’s gift to replace a horse lost by his coming in haste, Newbrough, 30 Aug.
To Sir Philip de Mowbray for a horse lost in the battle of Perth in the company of Aymer de Valence, Newbrough, 31 Aug