Procedure: ordinance in favour of the Laird of Lamington
Ordinance in favour of [Sir William Baillie], laird of Lamington

The which day the supplication given in to the parliament by Sir William Baillie of Lamington, craving suspension of the charge of horning directed against him for his tenth and twentieth penny by the collector of the presbytery of Lanark, being read in audience of the parliament, the estates of parliament discharge the execution of the charge of horning, and in the meantime recommend to the auditors to do diligence for ending the accounts.

  1. NAS, PA2/22, f.88r-88v.