Warrant for delivery of the chancellor's mace to [John Campbell], lord Loudoun, chancellor

The which day the king's majesty and estates of parliament ordain [Sir James Carmichael], depute treasurer, and John Falconer, master of the mint-house, or any of them, to deliver to John, lord Loudoun, now chancellor of this kingdom, the chancellery mace which is in their hands; concerning which, this warrant (subscribed by [John Elphinstone, lord Balmerino], president of the parliament, in presence of parliament) shall be a sufficient warrant; which mace, for obedience thereof, was exhibited in parliament.

  1. NAS, PA2/22, f.133v. Back