[Supplication of the Earl of Crawford seeking to be heard in parliament]

Unto your sacred majestie and the honorable hous of parliament Lodovick, erle of Crawfoorde hwmblie dedyreth ane heiring whairby I may vindicat myselff of ony aspersioun unjustlie layed upoun me and so be liberat as ane loyall and good subject and not sequestrat and keept up as I have bene these dayes past. And your sacred majesties and lordships answer.

Crafurd

14 October 1641

Red in audience of his majestie and parliament, who appointis the same to be takin to consideratione.2

  1. NAS, PA6/5, 'October 14 1641'.
  2. This clause is written on the rear of the document.