Order: to the keeper of Edinburgh Castle
Order of parliament to the keeper of the castle of Edinburgh regarding his carriage concerning those in the castle

The estates of parliament, having considered the petition presented by Colonel Lindsay craving direction for his carriage at this time when [James Graham], earl of Montrose's friends and advocates are to meet with him, they ordain the said Colonel Lindsay to permit no more of the Earl of Montrose's friends or advocates to come into the castle at one time than he may command and be master of with his own garrison, upon his own peril, and find no necessity that the colonel be present at the consultations of the advocates with the Earl of Montrose.

  1. NAS, PA2/22, f.80v. Back