Procedure: ordinances
Ordinance of parliament in favour of the Lady Redhouse and her sister

The which day the supplication given in to the parliament by Lady Redhouse and her sister, craving command to the commissioners of Edinburgh to sit and administer justice in a process pursued at their instances against Sir James MacGill of Cranstoun-Riddel, being read and considered by the said estates, they grant the desire thereof and ordain the commissioners of Edinburgh to sit, proceed and administer justice in the foresaid process at the instance of the said supplicants against the said Sir James MacGill according to the law.

Ordinance to the committee for those in the castle

The which day the estates of parliament grant power to the committee appointed for those in the castle to examine the forenamed persons who are in the castle and to confront if they think needful.

  1. NAS, PA2/22, f.87r.