Protestation of [Maxwell], laird of Newark against the town of Renfrew

In presence of the king's majesty and estates of parliament compeared personally Maxwell of Newark and protested that the ratification granted in this present parliament in favour of the burgh of Renfrew, provost, bailies, council and community thereof, should be in no way prejudicial to the infeftments, rights, liberties and privileges granted to him, his predecessors and authors of the lands, teinds and others specified therein; and thereupon asked instruments.

  1. NAS, PA2/22, f.357r. Back