People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 1/53/243 (RRS, v, no. 215)

Robert, king of Scots, makes an agreement with Andrew de Harcia, earl of Carlisle, that the two kingdoms shall be distinct, and that the king shall hold Scotland freely. A jury of twelve men, six chosen by each party, shall decide matters to the common good of both kingdoms. Lord Thomas Randolph, earl of Moray, lord of Annandale and Man, the king's nephew, and the lord earl of Carlisle swore on the Gospels as well as attaching their seals to opposing sides of this indenture.
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3 January 1323
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RRS, v, no. 215
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RRS, v, no. 215
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Note that Duncan prints three texts of this document, the most complete (Text A) in Latin, with Text B in French and a much shortened version, Text C, in Latin.
Anglo-Scottish Relations, no. 39

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Date Short Summary Primary Witnesses
3 Jan. 1323 Agreement between King Robert I and Andrew de Harcia, earl of Carlisle yes