18 January 1574–5.
The heid court after Yule of the burght and citie of Glasgw, haldin
in the tolbuytht of the samyn be [the provost and bailies.]
Lepir: Margaret Gardiner presentit in jugement and fund lepir;
Robert Allansoun, lykws; Jonet Schelis, inlykmaner; Andro Browne,
absent and decernit to be banist or ellis to pas to the hospitall.
Scab: Williame Michell hes twa scabbit hors; Johne Wilsoun hes
ane; Williame Trumble hes ane.
And it is statute be the prouest, baillies, and counsale that nane hald
scabbit or fairsy hors within the towne to resort amang wtheris, bot owther
to hald thame within thair awin houssis or ellis put thame furtht of the
towne in tyme cuming, vnder the pane of v lib. ilk falt.
28 January 1574–5.
Pettigrew, Steyne, burgessis.
Patrick Pettigrew, cordiner, is maid burges and freman . . . ;
and siclik Johne Steyne, meleman, is maid burges, . . . quhais fynes
wes gevin be the provest, baillies and counsale to the foure officiaris, be
vertu of ane rolment subscriuit be the prouest and baillies.
1 February 1574–5.
[Decreet given against Johne Mwdy, maltman, for payment to George Elphinstoun,
factor to Mr. Archibald Douglas, parson of Glasgow, of £12 3s. 4d. scots in Mwdy's hands,
being a debt owing to John Boyd, who had been decerned by the lords of council a
sum to the parson for "certane teyndis of Kowcaldanes."]
Dauid Landes is decernit and ordanit to content and paye to maister
Henry Gibsone, as executour to umquhill Johne Gibsone, the sowme of
five merks iiii s. viij d. money restand awand be him to the said vmquhill
Johne for the annuel pertenyng to his almousbed, of the termes of Vitsondaye and Mertimes, in the yeir of God jm vc lxxiiij yeir, and xvi s. restand
of ane compt maid betuix the saidis vmquhill Johne and Dauid in Katerine
hous, and that becaus the said Dauid failyeit in prevyng of the
samyn payit, it beyng referrit to his preif and diuers termes assignit
thairto; and that within xv dayis next.
8 February 1574–5.
Peter Symsoun, fleschour, is fund in the wrang and amerciament of
court for trublance done be him to Niniane Swan in stryking of him witht
ane Irland knyfe throw the cloik and in the thee, vpone the xxix of
Januare last; and dwme gevine thairupone.
22 February 1574–5.
Anent the actione of removing persewit be maister Archibald Douglas,
archidene of Glasgw, comperand be Michael Barde his procuratour,
aganis Johne Moresone for non removing fra his yarde in Drygate as he
that wesf lachfullie warnit to remove thairfra at Candilmes last, the said
Johne comperand askit ane terme to gif in all his peremptouris vnico
contextu quhilk wes grantit and assignit thairto the first daye of Merche
nixt, parte and procuratour warnit be the act thairto.
4 March 1574–5.
Jonet Fary, spous to James Andersoun, is fund in the wrang for the
wrangus breking of the staple of ane hyngand lok pertenyng to Dauid Bog,
being vpoun the multour kist in the towne mylne, and taking furtht
thairof of v multouris and thre knaifschipis of malt, and dwme gevin
thairon, and is ordanit to repair and mend the samyn to the said Dauid
and satisfe him sa fer as pertenis him thairof.
Anent the supplicatione gevin in be Matho Flemyng, bering that he
hes bene haldin in the hiecht tolbuytht in warde be the space of four wlkis
bipast for nonfulfilling of ane rolment at the instans of Alexander Rynd,
for ane hogheid hering, price xij merkis, and hes nathing to sustene him
vpoun nor had bot the almous in the toun sen his inputting, and offerit to
sueir him bair that he hes na kynd of guddis wortht v s. nor may get ony
pay the dett, and thairfore desyrit releif, the baillies, eftir the hering
of the said complaynt, causit the said desyre to be publist be John
Watsone, officer, publicklie vpoun the mercat croce, warnand all and
sindry haveand entres thairto; and becaus nane comperit to ganesay the
samyn and that the said Matho instantlie gaif his aytht suerand him bayr
as sayd is, and nane wald sustene him in ward, thai leit him stand in the
15 March 1574–5.
Patrik Bar, maltman, is maid burges and freman of the burght and
citie of Glasgw, and hes gevin his aytht of fidelitie to the toun; quhais
fynes wes gevin to William Wilsoun, William Michell and Andro Gilleis,
to support thame quha hes thair thre hors ane stollin and the rest deid,
conforme to ane rolmont gevin to thame be the provest, baillies, and
25 March 1575.
Vniuersite of Glasgw.
[Decree given at the instance of "maisteris Andro Melvill and Petir Blakburn, regentis
of the pedagog and vniuersite of Glasgw," against several persons, ordaining them to remove
from certain lands and yards in Brwmelaw, Langcroft, Crubbis, Mutland croft, Dowhill,
"the vicar of the queiris yardis," etc., "pertening to the said vniuersite be the gift gevin to
thame be the toun."]
19 April 1575.
Curia capitalis post Pascha.
The heid court eftir Pasche of the burght and citie of Glasgw, halding
[by the provost and bailies]. Counsale callit and present.
Lepir: Margaret Gardiner, dochter to Steyne Gardiner, Andro
Browne, Patrik Tebir; all ordanit to be expellit the toun.
10 May 1575.
Giloristsoun, Inglis, wrangis.
Patrik Gilcristsoun is fund in the wrang for contrauenyng of the
statutis of the town in non presenting his v sekfull of beir to the mercat
sted, bot sellyng the samyn or the presentyng thairof; and als William
Inglis, maltman, is lykwys fund in the wrang for huirding and ressait of
beir in his kill diuers tymes this yeir last, abstractand the samyn fra the
mercat; and incais ony beis fund heireftir in his kill, to be eschetit vpone
the said Williamis charge onlie and nocht of thame quhom to it sall
appertene, and dwme gevin thairupoun.
Bryse, Gilmour, Craufurd, wrangis.
Johne Gilmour, cordiner, is fund in the wrang for trublans done be
him to Williame Brys, in stryking of him on the haffet with his neifis
on the hie gait, vpone the viij of Maij instant; and the said Williame is
decernit in the wrang for invadyng of the said Johne with ane drawin
quhinger, vpon the brig of Glasgw, lang thaireftir, the said daye; and
als Robert Craufurd is fund in the wrang for trublans done be the said
Robert to the said Williame in taking of him be the thropill and wesand
and castyng of him to the erd, trampyng and dumpyng him with his feit
cruellie, the said daye; and dwme gevin thairvpon.
24 May 1575.
[The casualties of the market, "callit the ladill," set to John Wilsoun, pewderer, for
170 merks; and the "new gift gevin to the brig and small casualiteis grantit thairto" set
to John Snype for forty pounds.]
Thesaurer, maister of work, commone clerk.
[From a leet of seven, John Tempill, merchant, chosen "thesaurar for this present
yeir;" from a leet of four, James Flemyng chosen "maister of work for this present yeir;"
and from a leet of four, "maister Henry Gibsoun" chosen "commone clerk for this instant
The menstrales continewit quhill the Symmerhill quhen the haill
communite salbe present to geve thair votis thairanent.
27 May 1575.
George Esdale, sclater, is maid burges and frieman, . . . quhais
fynes wes amittit to him be the prouest baillies and counsale for his
lauboris done be him to the Hie Kirk.
31 May 1575.
Johne Grhame in Pollok, Patrik Grhame, Dauid Grhame and Andro
Langlane thair, Dauid Huchinsoun in Carmyle and Johne Huchinsoun,
his sone, ar all fund in the wrang and amerchiament of court for the
beying of skynnis within the burro ruidis, thay beand vnfre, and ar
decernit and ordanit, of thair awne confessiounes, to abstene from vsing
of siclik in tymes cumyng, vnder the pane of escheting of the guddis
bocht, and dwme gewin thairupone.
3 June 1575.
Wilsoun, ladle, wrang.
Williame Glen, baxtare, is fund in the wrang and amerchiament of
court for the defrauding of the ladle in geving of the quheit furlott to
mett, the custum thairof beyng vnpayit, and dwme gevin thairupone, and
that becaus the said Williame refusit to sweir how money penneis he gat
this daye and this daye viij dayis, and thairfore is decernit in nyne ladle
full of quheit.
14 June 1575.
Wrang. Flemyng, commone procuratour.
Comperit James Flemyng, commone procuratoure, and accusit
Cristiane Paull, relict of vmquhile Robert Craufurde in Westir Craigis,
for the wrangus casting and awaye leding of turfis and peitis furtht of the
commonitie of Glasgw and taking awaye thairof to the Craigis, beyng ane
wther lordis ground, this instant lxxv yeiris, lik as hir husband did the
yeiris befoir; the said Cristiane and Johne Craufurde hir sone grantit
thai haid licience to cast and tak awaye the yeiris preceding this yeir
and thairfore this instant lxxv yeir grantit thai socht na licience, and
thairfore come in the prouest and baillies will for the wrang thairof.
15 July 1575.
Johne Wilsoun, tailyour, is fund in the wrang and amerchiament of
court for trublens done be him to Elizabeth Brokas, in castyng of hir
downe to the erd and dumping hir with his kneis and skailing of hir
sybois, vpone the vi daye of Julij instant, at the mercatt croce within the
tyme of proclamatioun; and dwme gevin thairupone.
19 July 1575.
Marione Flemyng is decernit, of hir awin confessioun, to deliuer to
Jonet Lok ane aquavite pot, laid in wod of xliiij s., thre pewder platis and
ane pan, in wod of xxx d., and twa ellis of Holand claytht and ane pair
of lang slevis of worsett, vpone v s.; all within xv dayis 'nixt, scho
deliuerand to hir the said sowmes of money.
22 September 1575.
Statutis. New commone well.
Item, the prouest, baillies and counsale ordanis the
in the Gallogate to be oppinit daylie in the mornyng and lockit at ewin,
and deputis Michael Pudyane, or sum wther, to attend thairto and keip the
said well and key thairof, and to haif xl s. of feall thairfore, for the space
of ane yeir nixtocum.
Item, thai have statute and ordanit that na huksteris, topparis of salt,
fre or vnfre, nor yit strangeris duelland owtwitht the toun or vnfre folkis,
by ony salt, nor nane be sauld to thame in the tyme of ladyning, quhill
ix houris of the daye, and that the haill salt be presentit and brocht to
the mercate sted and mett thair, vnder the pane of viij s. the first falt,
xvi s. the secund, and escheting for the thrid falt.
Item, that the houre of selling hering at the brig contenit in auld
statutes be kepit and the contravenaris punist conforme to the auld
Item, as anentis the supplicatioun of the burges sonnys desyring thair
fynes to be mitigat and thai nocht handlit as strangeris, the prouest,
baillies and counsal ordanis the practik of wthir townes, as Edinburght,
Stirlyng, Perth, Air, or vtheris, be brocht in writt to se quhat fauouris
is schawin thair, and thaireftir thai sall condiscend and decerne thairanent.
4 October 1575.
The court of the burght and citie of Glasgw for nemmyng of the lytis
of the baillies for this yeir to cum, haldin be ane noble and potent lord
Robert lord Boyde, George Elphinstoun, maister Adam Walles, and
Archibald Lioun, baillies, in the tolbuyth thairof.
The quhilk daye, ane noble and potent lord Robert lord Boyde, be
vertu of my lord archibischopis of Glasgwis nominatioun, registrat in thir
buikis the last yeir, acceptit the office, and his commissioun ordanit to be
maid and gevin to him for this yeir to cum.
Lytis lytit be the provest, baillies and auld counsale, to be presentit to
my lord archibischop of Glasgw for nemmyng of twa or thre of thame in
baillies for this yeir to cum, requeistand allwayis my lorde to nominat
thre in respect of the multitude of the peple and trubles in office: George
Elphinstoun, maister Adam Walles, Archibald Lioun, auld baillies;
James Flemyng, William Conyghame, Andro Baillie, Johne Wilsoun,
pewderar, James Braidwod cordiner.
10 October 1575.
Quhilkis lytis being presentit to my lord archibischop of Glasgw,
vpoun the x day of October foirsaid, and the requeist maid to my lord he
wald bot name twa persounes thairof [the following were elected], viz.,
baillies for this instant yeir, William Conyghame, Andro Baillie.
And the said daye my lord prouest acceptit his commissioun, and
lykwyse the said William Conyghame acceptit his commissioun and office,
and gave thair aithis for lele and trew administratioun in thair offices
respectiue during the tyme thairof.
Watter bailye for this present yeir: Maister William Logane.
And thaireftir my lord prouest, new and auld baillies, electit and
chesit the consale for this present yeir to cum, quhom thai namyt: Consilium pro presenti anno, George Elphinstoun [and fourteen others,
including "James Flemyng maister of work" and "Johne Tempill,
Lynaris for this present yeir: James Flemyng maister of work [and
Officiaris for this present yeir: James Andersoun [and three others].
Commone procuratour for this yeir: my lorde prouest.
Statute.; Statute counsale.
Item, it is statute and ordanit be the provest, baillies and counsale,
that gif ony persone of the counsale happinnis to revele ony thing spokin
or tretit in counsale as counsale, salbe removit of the counsale and neuir in
tymes cuming to be admittit vpon the counsale agane bot haldin [in]
infame and thair fredomes callit doun.
Item, it is statute anentis the officiaris, conforme to the statutis maid
of befoir, that incais thai be nocht serviable bot committis falt thairinto
wordy depriuation, thai incontinent thaireftir be removit and wtheris
putt in thair places be the prouest, baillies and counsale.
Keiparis of keyis.
The keiparis of the keyis for this present yeir: [Here follow the
names of the keepers of two keys of "the litill kist," two of "the mekle
schryne," one of "the hyngand lock," and one of "the littel box."]
Statuta pro presentianno.
[Acts passed in terms similar to those of October last year. Ordained that no higher
prices than the following be charged: ale, 7d. the pint; tallow, 18s. the stone; candle,
1s. 2d. the pound; the four pence loaf to weigh sixteen ounces. The following acts are
entirely or partly new.]
[It is statute and ordanit] that all the hydis and skynnis, haill and
nocht diminisit nor tarleddirit, togiddir witht thair talloun, be brocht
witht boukis togiddir to the mercatt, vnder the [pain of eight shillings]
the first falt, the second falt escheting of the guddis and deling to the
pure, and thrid discharging of vsing sick merchandise.
It is statute and ordanit . . . that na merchantis nor fleschouris
by tallowne or hydis in preiudice of the towne, or by tallowne, hydis or
skynnis witht strangeris money or penneworthis vnder colour, and nowther
pak nor peill witht thame or vnfremen, vnder the pane of escheting of sick
Item, it is statute and ordanit that na mele salbe sauld nor seckis
oppinnit thairto quhill ten houris of the daye, and that nane foirstall the
mercatt in bying of mele cumand to the mercatt to sell and top agane, and
ilk sellare and awner of the mele mett the samyn thame selfis according
to the auld statutis, vnder the pane of aucht schillingis ilk falt, and that
thair be na mele hid in houssis bot all presentit to the mercatt sted nor
sauld outwitht the samyn, vnder the said pane.
Item, it is statute and ordanit that all crames witht wollin clayth
stand abone the croce and crames witht linneyng clayth stand benetht
the croce, vnder the pane of viij s. ilk falt, except sa mony fremen that hes
buythis that may stand foirnent thair buithis thair awin geir.
Item, it is statute and ordanit that the baillies visie and sicht the
mercatis of butter, cheis, mele, beir, and wtheris, be thair awne presens
and thair officiaris that the haill statutis be obseruit.
11 October 1575.
The heid court eftir Michaelmes, haldin in the tolbuytht of Glasgw
be ane honorable man Williame Conyghame, ane of the baillies thairof.
The suttis callit; the court confermit; dempstare, Johne Andro. Counsale
callit and present.
Lepir: Matho Sellare, Margaret Gardiner, Petir Tybir; all ordanit to
be expellit the toun.
James Rankene is fund in the wrang and amerchiament of court for
the taking downe at his awne hand of ane greit croce liand in Rattounraw
pertenyng to the toun, and thairfore is becumin in the prouest and baillies
will; and dwme gevin thairupone.
At the requeist of the maisteris of vniuersite, Johne Foulare is creat
officiare to the vniuersite in all effaris concernyng tham and thair fundatioun for ingaddering of thair levyng quhill Michaelmes nixtocum, and
hes gevin his aithe of fidelite to that effect.
Wilsone, Anderson, wrangis.
Johne Wilsoun, and James Andersoun, fleschouris, burgessis of
Glasgw, ar fund in amerciamentis and vnlawis for absentyng thame fra the
generall wapynschawing haldin on the Greyne, the x daye of October
instant, thai being wthin the toun the said daye, and contemptuslie
abydand thairfra; and dwme gevin thairupone.
21 October 1575.
Johne Benyng, messinger, is fund in the wrang for trublans done be
him to Marione Scott, spous to Archibald Hommil, in strkying of hir on
the face and vther partis of hir body, vpoun the xvi daye of September
last, and for amendis is ordanit to cum to the mercat croce on Monundaye
nixt, and thair, vpone his kneis, ask God and hir forgevenes thairfore.
25 October 1575.
Symsone, Swan, wrangis.
Niniane Swan is fund in the wrang for trublans done be him to
Marione Symsoun in stryking of hir witht ane tangis and castyng hir
down to the erd, vpone the xxij daye of October instant, and siclik the said
Marione decernit for spitting vpoun the said Ninianes face the said daye,
and dwme gevin thairupoun.
11 November 1575.
Johne Cummyng, meleman, maid burges and frieman, . . . .
quhais fynes wes gewin to Thomas Craig, techear of the new kirk scule,
for his panes, grantit be the baillies and counsale to the said Thomas.
29 November 1575.
Besse Flemyng, spous to Johne Thomsoun, is fund in ane wrang and
amerciament of court for trublans done be hir to Eufame Kyncaid, spous
to James Neilsoun, in schutyng of hir doun in hir awin fyre and casting
of hir cursaye to the erd, vpoun the xxvi of this instant, and dwme gevin
Maklitstare, Syare.; Maklitstare, wrang.
The quhilk daye, in presens of Williame Conyghame, ane of the
baillies of Glasgw, comperit the parteis vnderwrittin, witht thair
cautionaris eftirspecifeit, and producit this contract vnderwrittin maid
betuix thame subscriuit witht thair handis as followis, and desirit the
samyn to be insert in the burro court buikis of Glasgw to haif the strentht
of ane decreit of the prouest and baillies thairof, thair authoritie to be
interponit thairinto, witht executoriales to pas thairupone in forme as
efferis, quhilk desyre the baillie thocht ressonable and resauit the said
contract and ordanit the samyn to be registrat in the said buikis and
decernit the samyn to have the strentht of ane decreit of the said court,
interponit his authoritie thairto, witht executoriales to pas thairupone
in forme as efferis; off the quhilk contract the tenour followis: At Glasgw,
the penult daye of November, the yeir of God jm vc lxxv yeiris, it is
appoyntit, aggreit, and finalie endit betuix thir parties vndervrittin, thai
ar to saye, Margaret Carnys, relict of vmquhile Niniane McLitster, burges
of Glasgw, and William McLitster, his sone and aire, for thame selfis
and takand the burding on thame for the remanent barneis, kyn, freyndis
and allya of the said vmquhile Niniane McLitster, on that ane part, and
Dauid Syare, sone and apperand aire to Niniane Syare, siclik burges of
Glasgw, takand the burding on him for the said Niniane his father, on
that wther parte, in maner, forme, and effect as eftir followis, that is to
saye, forsamekle as the said Margaret Carnys and Williame McLitster, hir
sone, for thameselfis, as nerrest of kyn to the said vmquhile Niniane, and
takand the burding on thame for the said vmquhile Ninianes remanent
barnes and wtheris, his kyn, freyndis, and allya, and partakerris quhatsumeuir, hes remittet and forgevin, as be the tenour heirof remittis and
forgevis the said Niniane Syare the malice and hatrent of thair hartis
for the slauchter of the said vmquhile Niniane McLitster, committit and
done be the said Niniane Syare, with quhatsumeuir actioun criminale or
wtherwys that thai had, hes, or maye have thairfor aganis the said Niniane
Syare, or ony wther his kyn, freyndis, allya, assisteris, or partakaris, and
sall hald thame as freyndis but rancour of myndis, siclik as thai wer
befoir the committing of the said slauchter, likas the samyn had neuir
bene done or committit, to be put furtht of thair myndis and memories in
all tymes cumyng, and sall continew in freyndschip and amite witht the
said Niniane Syare, Dauid his sone, thair kyn, freyndis, allya, assisteris
and partakeris siclik in tyme cuming; and farther, the saidis Margaret
and Williame to that effect and performance thairof, sall seill, subscriue,
and deliuer to the said Niniane Syare ane sufficient Lettir of Slayanes,
in dew and competent forme, for the said vmquhile Ninianes slauchter of
his brancheis, conforme to vse in sick caissis betuix and the first daye of
Februare nixt and immediatlie following the daye and dait heirof. For
the quhilkis premissis to be done and done in maner foirsaid respectiue,
the said Dauid, takand the burding on him for his father, sall caus the
said Niniane his father to compere in the Hie Kirk of Glasgw the xi daye
of December nixtocum, and thair mak the homage and repentance for the
said slauchter, witht sick circumstances and cerymonies as salbe ordanit
and devysit be Colene Campbell and Robert Steward, burgessis of Glasgw,
chosin and admittit be baytht the parteis to that effect; and forther, the
said Dauid, takand the burding as said is, as principall, and Johne
Schakschaw, Dauid Hall and James Wilsoun, merchand burgessis of
Glasgw, ilk ane of thre for the thrid part of the said sowme vnderwrittin,
diuisim, oblissis thame, thair airis, executoris and assignayis, to content
and paye to the said Margaret and Williame McLitster, for thameselfis and
in thair name of the said vmquhile Niniane McLitsteris remanent barnes,
the sowme of thre hundreth merkis money, in name of kynbute for the
said slauchter, at the termes following, viz., the equall half thairof at
Vitsondaye nixt eftir the dait heirof, and the rest and remanent of the said
haill sowme at Vitsondaye thaireftir in the 1x sewintene yeiris: and
George Elphistoun of Blythisuod, oblissis him, his airis and assignayis,
to releve the said James Wilsoun and his foirsaidis of his part of the said
sowme and cautioun foirsaid; and Johne Stewarde of Bowhous oblissis
him, his airis and assignayis, to releve the said Johne Schakschaw and
Dauid Hall and thair foirsaidis of thair partis of the said sowme and
cautioun cumyng abonewrittin, at the said Margaret and Williameis
handis; and the saidis Niniane and Dauid Syare his sone, oblissis thame,
thair airis, executouris and assignayis, to releif and keip skaythles all the
cautioneris afoir writtin of the said haill sowme, at the said Margaret
and Williameis handis. And for fulfilling heirof, the saidis parteis foirsaidis ar content that this present contract be insert in the burro court
buikis of Glasgw, to have the strentht of ane decreit of thair court of the
prouest and baillies thairof, witht executoriales to pas thairupone in forme
as efferis. In witnes heirof, etc.
Douglas, persone of Glasgw.
[By a letter of assignation, subscribed on 27 July and recorded in the court book of
this date, "maister Archibald Douglas, persoun of Glasgw, for sure and sicker payment to be
maid to my louittis, Robert Douglas and Niniane Douglas, brethir, of the sowme of fourty
pundis money of pensioun furtht of my said personage of Glasgw, equalie betuix thame,"
assigned to "ilk ane of thame tuenty pundis money yeirlie to be vptane, ressauit, liftit and
intromettit witht fra the baillies of the burght and cietie of Glasgw and thesaurare of the
samyn present and for the tyme, of the reddiest payment of the said teynd schawes of the
commone new mures of Glasgw, laitlie rewyn furtht amang thame, contenit and specifeit
in ane contract maid betuix thame on that ane parte, and the baillies and thesaurare and
communitie of Glasgw on that wther parte insert and registrat in the bukis of counsale."]
6 December 1575.
Anent the mater movit be Thomas Hutchinsoun agains Dauid
Moresoun in Stokuell, for non payment making to him of ane annuelrent
of five merkis money yeirlie, to be vpliftit of the said Dauidis tenement
in Stokuelgait wodsett be him to the said Thomas, and restand awand be the space of five yeiris last bipast, extending in the haill to
tuenty-five merkis money, as at mair lentht is contenit in bill, baytht the
parteis personalie present, comperit alsua Robert Lindsaye of Dunrod, as
baillie to my lord Sanct Johne, of the haill tempillandis produceand his
commissioun thairupone, and be ressoun the said actioun concernis his
jurisdictioun, and craveand annuel of tempilland, and the said Dauid ane
tennent of my lord Sanct Johneis, thairfore desyrit the said Dauid to be
replegit to his court and baillierie of tempilland, and offerit cautioun of
colraytht to that effect, the baillie foirsaid admittit the said Dauid to be
replegit to the said baillie of tempilandis court, thair the sait and actioun
to be decydit; and to that effect the said tempill baillie appoyntit the xx
daye of December instant for ane court to be haldin in the said Dauidis
hous in Stokuell, and Dauid Lindsaye, eldare, is becumin cautioun of
colraytht for administration of justice thairinto.