A variety of fabrics were used to make clothing for the Moors
- velvet ('wellus'), woollen kersey ('carsay')
and fine Holland linen - which was decorated or fastened with buttons,
rings or other ornaments ('mailyeis'). These were paid
for by the treasury of King James IV. It seems that these Moors
were not servants; it is more likely that they were invited guests
staying at the palace.
Accounts of the Lord High Treasurer of Scotland, vol. 3, p. 101