Procedure: modification
Modificatione in favoures of the Lady Aickete

The quhilk day the supplicatione givine in to the parliament be Anna Inglis, lady Aicket, againes Williame Cunynghame of Aicket, hir husband, desyreing payment of hir bygone modificatione and ane constant allowance in tyme comeing from hir husband for hir aliement, being red in audience of parliament, his majestie and estates of parliament, haveing tane the same to consideracion, decernes the soume of tuo hundreth merkis to the supplicant to be payed to hir yeirlie be the said Williame Cunynghame of Aiket, hir husband, in pairt of payment of bygones conforme to the act of the committie of estates set doune betuixt the pairties, quhilk soume ordeanes to be presentlie payed to the said supplicant and declaires shoe shall have no farder modificatione till the end of the cause; and ordeines hir to have lettires to warne hir said husband at the croce of Paisley and kirke of Dunlope to compeir befor the parliament to ansuer to the desyre of hir supplicatione and als to sommond witness for proveing therof, and declaires the citatione abovewrittin laufull.

  1. NAS, PA2/22, f.149r.