Procedure: protest
Protestation made by [Robert Ker], earl of Roxburghe

The which day compeared personally a noble and potent lord Robert, earl of Roxburghe, lord Ker of Cessford and Caverton etc., and protested that the dissolution made in this present parliament of the thirty shilling land of Newton and kirks of Home, Gordon and Fogo which pertained of old to the abbacy of Kelso, and erection and disposition to follow thereupon, shall in no way be prejudicial to the rights and securities which he has in and to the said lands and kirks and teinds thereof, or any part of the same according to the law.

  1. NAS, PA2/19, f.25v. Back