Charter: BL Cotton Ch. xviii.9

Description (from People of Medieval Scotland)

King Alexander II for Melrose Abbey; has granted that all their lands between Gala and Leader Waters, and all their other lands on south bank of the Tweed (i.e. Eildon and Darnick in Melrose) adjoining lands of Lessuden (St Boswells, ROX) and those of monks of Kelso Abbey, may be held in free forest. No one is to fell timber, hunt, fish or catch birds there without their special permission, or do anything in these lands against their wishes, on pain of king's full forfeiture of £10.

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Repository
British Library
Town or City
London
Shelfmark
Cotton Ch. xviii.9

Other information

Catalogue Numbers
PoMS Document 1/7/260
RRS, iii no. 253
Format
Unspecified
Date
3 December 1236

People of Medieval Scotland (PoMS Document 1/7/260)

King Alexander II for Melrose Abbey; has granted that all their lands between Gala and Leader Waters, and all their other lands on south bank of the Tweed (i.e. Eildon and Darnick in Melrose) adjoining lands of Lessuden (St Boswells, ROX) and those of monks of Kelso Abbey, may be held in free forest. No one is to fell timber, hunt, fish or catch birds there without their special permission, or do anything in these lands against their wishes, on pain of king's full forfeiture of £10.

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