[Supplications and acts to be further considered; draft act of pacification remitted to the lord commissioner]

Supplication by Walter Stewart against [Sir William Forbes], laird of Craigievar, craving that the gift granted to Master James Aikenhead of Craigievar's escheat may be declared null as being passed the seals after the same was stayed by [John Stewart, earl of Traquair], treasurer's command upon his majesty warrant, being read in articles, appoints the supplication to be shown to the Laird of Craigievar and he to be heard thereupon.

Act presented by the commissioners of the church regarding admission of ministers to kirks which belonged to bishoprics, continues the same until after noon; and appoints [Sir Thomas Hope of Craighall], king's advocate, to speak with Master Archibald Johnston [of Wariston] relating thereto, and the act delivered to the advocate for that effect.

Regarding the commission to [Sir Robert Graham of] Morphie for the salmon fishing of Northesk and the act for destruction of cruives, ordains the parties to be heard thereupon. An act and supplication regarding this given to [Master Alexander Jaffray of Kingswells], provost of Aberdeen.

Supplication by the noblemen and gentlemen craving that the commodities and arms brought home to their use may be free of custom read in articles, who appoint William Dick [of Braid] to be heard thereupon.

The narrative of the act of pacification exhibited by the lord commissioner's grace and seen by [John Campbell], lord Loudoun, reproduced by Loudoun and redelivered again to the commissioner's grace.

  1. NAS, PA6/3, 'August 31-October 22 1639', f.16(a) r.