Reference in favour of Master James Roberton

The which day the supplication given in to the parliament by Master James Roberton, justice depute, desiring his majesty and estates of parliament to give order that the supplicant may be paid of his fee of £1,200 due to him for his service in the said office according to his gift, and that yearly for the space of four years and a half bygone, and to take a settled course for his payment in time coming, as the supplication at more length purports. Which supplication being moved to the king's majesty and estates of parliament, his majesty and estates foresaid remit the foresaid supplication and desire thereof to the exchequer to be considered by them.

  1. NAS, PA2/22, f.199v.