Albin, bishop of Brechin, and William, dean of Brechin, announce that in the dispute between their church and the abbot and monks of Arbroath, in the presence of the venerable and discreet men, the dean and archdeacon of Glasgow, by apostolic authority, over the churches of Maryton (ANG), Dunnichen (ANG), Panbride (ANG), Monikie (ANG), Kingoldrum (ANG) and Catterline (KCD), after much labour, came to the following amicable agreement. Bishop Albin and William the dean renounce and quitclaim any right that they had in the aforementioned churches to the abbot and convent of Arbroath, saving the episcopalities. They also renounce any letters obtained by the papal see against the monks. The monks have given to them and the chapter of Brechin their land of Maryton (ANG) with the fishery and mill, and teinds of the land, saving the church of Maryton and the right of patronage. They have also given to them and the church of Brechin the garbal teinds of the villa of Bondington situated within the said parish, so that they may find one chaplain to serve the church of Maryton of Blessed Virgin Mary.