Letters of inter- communing were letters from the Scotch privy council passing (on their act) in the king’s name, charging the lieges not to reset, supply, or intercommune with the persons thereby denounced; or to furnish them with meat, drink, house, harbor, or any other thing useful or comfortable; or to have any intercourse with them whatever,

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