Warrant for Robert de Balliol, late sheriff of Northumberland, for £7 14s. paid for wheat and oats delivered to John of Pencaitland, late constable of Jedburgh Castle, who surrendered it to the king; and 20s. laid out on receiving £800 from the king’s treasury at Newcastle, to be carried to Berwick and delivered to Philip de Verney, keeper of the town, for its munition; and for 13s. expended in bringing £300 brought from York by John Byroun sheriff of Newcastle, to be carried from thence to Berwick and there delivered to the aforesaid keeper; and for £7 4s. expended on John de Mowbray, Henry de Sinclair, John Curry, knights, Reginald Cheyne and William of Angus, esquires, Scottish prisoners delivered to him by the said sheriff of York, on 3 Aug. 1299 at York, to be taken thence to Newcastle.