Ratification to Martin Elliott [of Braidlie]

2Our sovereign lord, with advice of the estates of parliament, has ratified, approved and confirmed and, by the tenor hereof, for him and his successors, ratifies, approves and confirms the charter and infeftment made and granted by his majesty to Martin Elliott of Braidlie in liferent for all the days of his life, and to Simon Elliott, his eldest son, his heirs and assignees, of all and whole the ten pound land of old extent of Philhope, with their pertinents, lying within the barony of Hawick and by annexation within the sheriffdom of Selkirk, together with the teind sheaves and other teinds, fruits, rents, emoluments and duties, as well parsonage as vicarage, of the parish kirk of Castleton, lying in the lordship and regality of Liddesdale and sheriffdom of Roxburgh, as the said charter and infeftment made thereupon under his majesty's great seal, of the date 9 February 1591 [1592], at length purports in all and sundry points, clauses and articles therein contained after the form and tenor thereof, to have full strength and effect in time coming.

  1. NAS, PA2/14, f.90r.
  2. Written in margin: 'P'.