|Collection||Muniments of the University of St Andrews|
|Description||Charter by William Johnson granting land in St Andrews to Henry de Dryden|
Grant by William Johnson (Jonson) de le Northgate (Northgat) citizen of St Andrews [Fife] to Henry de Dryden (Drydene) canon of Holyrood, of two parcels of land with pertinences situated in St Andrews, on the North side of North Street between the land of John de Muirhouse (Murhous) to the east and the common lane 'regiam' to the west.
Witnesses: Robert Butler (Buttlare) provost of St Andrews; John Golightly (Galychtly) once baillie there; Mr John de Hailes (Halys) vicar of Logie-Murdoch (Logymurthow); James Lambie (Lamby); James Inglis clerk; Henry Bude; John Bude; John Spende; Andrew Boware; Thomas Black (Blake); Andrew Webster (Webstare); John Thomson, with many others.
Notary: John de Janua clerk in Glasgow diocese, notary's mark.
Both seals survive: small round seal in red wax of William Johnson, W in centre with his name as the inscription; common seal of the city of St Andrews in brown wax, poor impression with large portions missing.