Writ for the sheriff of Wilts for £4 7s. 10d. paid to Robert Renfrew, a Scottish prisoner from Stirling in the castle of Old Sarum, from the morrow of Easter, that is, 19th April 1305, till Michaelmas following, 164 days at 2d. per day; 24s. paid for sustenance of 4 waggoners, and 6 horses with 2 waggons, for 12 ‘diets’, bringing provision for the king from the town of Malmesbury to Carlisle, delivered to the king’s receiver there, in the 34th year, that is, 2 men and 3 horses, 12d. per day, 40s. 5d; the expenses of horse and foot conducting the abbot of Scone, whom he received on 26 August 1306 from the sheriff of Leicester at Winchester to be imprisoned in the castle of Mere, and the expenses of the abbot at 4d., his chaplain, 1½d., and groom, 1½d., per day, from said date to Michaelmas, 35 days.