Warrant: concerning the committee of war in Kincardine
Warrand and command to the committie at Kincardine for sending out ther troupes

The estates of parliament, presently conveind be vertew of the last act of the last parliament haldine be his matie and the thrie estates in anno 1641, gives warrand to Robert Whytings, shereff depute of Kincardine, to pas with all expeditione to the committie of warr of that shyre and requyre and command them, in name of the estates of parliament, to send over withall possible heast these troupes that are to be outreiked for that shyre, and to direct the commanderes to use cairfully all diligence possible for gathering togither the haill troupes and to bring them over in all heast, quheranent thir presentes shall be a warrand; and ordeines the said Robert Keith2 to returne to the parliament the 22 of Junii instant to give ane accompt of his diligence.

  1. NAS. PA2/23, f.14v.
  2. Sic. 'Whytings' above.