Act for a new cashet and to mark wrytes till it be made
The Lords of their Majesties privy Councell Doe authorize and allow Mr Alexander Inglis Depute Keeper and Appender his Majesties great seall To Imploy James Clerk Graver in his Majesties Mint to make a Cashett with his Majesties name for subscribing all signatures Gifts and other papers that shall be past in Exchequer And Recommends to the Lords Commissioners of his Majesties Thesaurie to Cause satisfie the said James Clerk for doing therof and in the mean tyme they appoynte and allow the said Alexander Inglis as depute keeper of the Great seall to mark the forsaid signaturs and wrytes till the Cashet be made For doing of all which This shall be to him and all who shall be therin concerned a sufficient warrand Sic subscribiturTueeddale Cancell Douglass Craufurd Mortoune Leiven Stair Raith Ruthven Ballfour John Lauder C Cambell John Lauder John Maxwell
Act for a new cachet and to mark writs until it be made
The lords of their majesties’ privy council do authorise and allow Mr Alexander Inglis, deputy keeper and appender his majesty’s great seal, to employ James Clerk, engraver in his majesty’s mint to make a cachet with his majesty’s name for subscribing all signatures, gifts and other papers that shall be passed in exchequer and recommends to the lords commissioners of his majesty’s treasury to cause satisfy the said James Clerk for doing thereof, and in the meantime they appoint and allow the said Alexander Inglis as deputy keeper of the great seal to mark the foresaid signatures and writs until the cachet is made for doing of all which this shall be to him, and all who shall be therein concerned, a sufficient warrant. Thus subscribed [John Hay earl of] Tweeddale, chancellor, [James Douglas] marquis of Douglas, [William Lindsay] earl of Crawford, [James Douglas] earl of Morton, [David Leslie] Earl of Leven, [James Dalrymple] Viscount Stair, [Alexander Melville] Lord Raith, [David] Lord Ruthven, Balfour, John Lauder [Lord Hatton], Colin Cambell [Lord Aberuchill], John Lauder [Lord Fountainhall] and John Maxwell [laird of Pollok].
NRS, PC1/47, 567.