Public Record Office, England. "THE REGISTER OF THE PRIVY COUNCIL OF SCOTLANDVol. VIIAD1638-1643" page 406.3rd March 1643. Supplication by Sir Robert Adair of Kinhilt for the defraying of his charges for levying a troop of 60 horsemen for service in Ireland."He keeped them there for the space of eight moneths without anie pey or furnishing; quhilk he did expect from the Parliament of England but receaved never anie thing except some provend and oats from the General his Excellency. He therefore craves their Lordships to recommend his case to the Parliament of England so that the arrears of pay due and the future pay may be paid to the receiver and commissary of the Scottish armby (Mr. Davies)."
page 424.Sums of money lent for the maintenance of the Scottish Army in Ireland. Some names are: William Scot, merchant Laurence Scot, merchant Sir John Hamilton of Preston Sir Robert Adair of Kinhilt in the name of Mr. William Sandilands and Dame Elizabeth Cunningham his spous, Mr. Colvill, minister.
page 618.3rd March 1643. The Lords doth recommend to the commissioners to deal with the Parliament of England that the pay dew to the supplicants may be payed to the ressaver of the dewis of the Scots Armie, and declars that, in the course to be taken for supplie of the Scots Armie they will have consideration of the supplicants troupe.