Two seals: seal of James Law Archbishop of Glasgow and an unidentified seal. Pendant on tags.
The seal of James Law represents an ornamental shield bearing arms: a bend sinister between in chief a pirced mullet and in base a dunghill cock. The legend is between raised borders: IACOBI ARCHIEPISCOPI GLASGVEN.
The document, on parchment, is very faint, but the writing seems to be a neat, round secretary hand with some traditional elements. The first letter is ornamented. It bears the signatures of James Archbishop of Glasgow, Mr James Hamilton Dean, T. Sharpe Archdeacon of Glasgow, David Sharpe Precentor, M. P. Cambuslang, W. Wheitfurde Moffett, M. J. Crichtoun Chantor, J. Hay Renfrew, Mr R. Watson Cardross, Mr Thomas Bannatyne, Douglas, J. Anderson Carnweth treasurer, W. Brisbane Erskine, Mr James Gillespie Killearn, Mr William Nesbitt Torbolston, An. Lismoren Eglisham, E. Annand Ayr, John Strang Govam, Mr C. Hog Stobo, Mr A. Reid, Erskirk, James Sanders, Glasgow Secundo,and the witnesses James Boill, David Law, John McLellane, John McKinnoun.