Procedure: recommendation in favour of Archibald Primrose

The convention of estates, taking into their consideration the great pains and travails of Archibald Primrose and his servants in the dispatch and writing of all affairs that passed at their meetings, find it just and reasonable that some competent allowance and fee be given to him by the public, and recommend to the committee of estates to modify and set down what proportion they shall think fit for his service at this convention and such further allowance as they shall find reasonable for his service as clerk to the committee of estates, and that they have a care to see the same paid accordingly.

  1. NAS. PA8/1, f.108v-109r.