Warrant for examination of the town of Wigtown's witness

The which day the king's majesty and estates of parliament give warrant and commission to [George MacKenzie], earl of Seaforth and [David Carnegie, earl of] Southesk, [Alexander Elphinstone], lord Elphinstone and [Robert Balfour, lord Balfour of] Burleigh for the nobility; the lairds [Sir Thomas Ruthven] of Freeland, [Sir Gilbert Ramsay of] Balmain, [Hugh Campbell of] Cessnock and [Sir John Moncreiffe of] Moncreiffe for the barons; and [Patrick Leslie], commissioner for Aberdeen, [John Semple of Stainflett, commissioner for] Dumbarton, [Master Robert Barclay, commissioner for] Irvine and [Master Alexander Douglas of Downies, commissioner for] Banff for the burghs, for the examination of the witness contained in the diligence produced by the town of Wigtown against [Alexander Stewart], earl of Galloway, and of his witness against the town of Wigtown, and to report to the parliament.

  1. NAS, PA2/22, f.125r.