[Act ordered to be revived; acts to be taken into further consideration]

Act of 1621 regarding the expenses of clothes appointed to be revived in all things except the fashion of clothes, with this addition: that the one half of the fine be paid to the dilator, and the other half to the king.

Act ordaining that no action be made by the burghs prohibiting the sale of commodities necessary for life, as ground malt, flour, meat, drink and suchlike, read in articles and continued until tomorrow. The act delivered to [Sir George Stirling of] Keir.

Act declaring the act of 1633 regarding the exchequer in no way to give power to the lords of exchequer to be judges to the validity or invalidity of infeftments, read in articles and given to [Sir Thomas Hope of Craighall], advocate, to see until tomorrow.

  1. NAS, PA6/3, 'August 31-October 22 1639', f.13(a) r.