18s. allowed to David de Glen and William Dirlaund (of Ireland) late enemies of the king in Stirling Castle, till they came in the king’s will; whom he received on 6 August 1304, from Richard of Seleby, master of ‘La Bile’ of Newcastle, to be kept in prison there, 54 days, from that day till Michaelmas thereafter, at 2d. a day; 18s. allowed to Adam Philipson of Cunningham, and Edward of Fife prisoners from Stirling Castle, ut supra, received from John of the Croyll, master of ‘La Plentee’ of Hartlepool, at same rate; 112s. 6d. expenses conducting Alexander de Balliol, a Scotsman, from Newcastle to York; also William of Annan, a Scotsman, and 8 of his fellows, 5 to York and 4 to Appleby, and Hugh Ramsay and 7 other Scotsmen from Newcastle to York.