David, bishop of Moray, states that the prebend of the church of Elgin, which amounts to 100 shillings, has been deemed to be too little and too small. Therefore, in augmentation of prebend, he deemed, by the common consent and good will of the dean and the chapter, to add to it, and combine it with it, the vicarage of his parish church of Elgin (MOR), which is vacant through the resignation of Lord Hervey, former vicar of the same church, with all the vicarage’s pertinents, or though being owed to pertain to it, saving to the bishop and his successors the owed and customary episcopal dues from the vicarage, the teinds of salmon from the fishery of the port of Spey, and the annual ferme of that croft which is called le Vicarishalche that comes to three marks which are to be rendered at two times of the year, viz.: half at the feast of Pentecost and the other half at the feast of St Martin in winter. Additionally, the bishop reserves six marks which the pendendiary of the prebend, whomever he may be at the time, will render to a chaplain serving in the church of St Andrew in that parish, and also the chaplain of le Inchis should receive three marks at the aforesaid times. Finally, the bishop states that the prebendary will make sure to honestly serve the church of the parish of Elgin.