Charters and Documents Relating To the City of Glasgow 1175-1649 Part 2. Originally published by Scottish Burgh Records Society, Glasgow, 1894.
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XXXVI. Another Instrument setting forth the same Foundation as in No. xxxv. Glasgow, 6 July 1487.
Vnuiersis et singulis Christi fidelibus tam presentibus quam futuris hoc presens scriptum inspecturis, Willelmus Stewart prebendarius de Kyllern, ac canonicus ecclesie Glasguensis, [rector]que ecclesie parochialis de Glasfurde Glasguensis diocesis, salutem in eo qui est omnium vera salus. Nouerit vniuersitas vestra [ut supra No. XXXV., usque ad]. In quorum omnium et singulorum fidem et testimonium premissorum huic fundacioni, que cum dictis priore et fratribus remanebit, sigillum commune dicte ciuitatis Glasguensis per me cum instancia procuratum et sigillum meum proprium presentibus sunt appensa. Apud Glasgw, die sexto mensis Julij anno Dominj millesimo quadringentesimo octuagesimo septimo, coram hiis testibus, Roberto Hall de Fowlbar, Willelmo Schaw, Henrico Burrell, Archibaldo Herbertson, et Thoma Hodgis burgensibus et ciuibus dicte ciuitatis Glasguensis ac domino Johanne Rankyn capellano, cum multis aliis etc.
To all and sundry faithful in Christ, as well present as to come, who shall see this present writing, William Stewart, prebendary of Kyllern, and canon of the church of Glasgow, and rector of the parish church of Glasfurde, in the diocese of Glasgow, greeting in him who is the true salvation of all men. Wit ye all of you [as above, No. xxxv.]. In Faith And Witness of all and sundry these premises, to this foundation which shall remain with the said prior and friars, the common seal of the said city of Glasgow, procured by me at my request, and my own seal, are appended to these presents; at Glasgow, the sixth day of the month of July, the year of God one thousand four hundred and eighty-seven, before these witnesses, Robert Hall of Fowlbar, William Schaw, Henry Burrell, Archibald Herbertson, and Thomas Hodgis, burgesses and citizens of the said city of Glasgow, and Sir John Rankyn, chaplain, with many others.