This extract from the Lord High Treasurer's accounts show
that in 1505/6 a payment of 28 shillings was made to 'the
nuris that brocht the Moris barne to see, be the Kingis command'.
The king must have known of this child to ask to see it.
The child may have been that of the 'More taubronar',
the Black drummer at court. Treasury accounts also itemise accommodation
for the 'wife of the taubronar and his barne'. This
would suggest that the drummer was living at the palace with his
Accounts of the Lord High Treasurer of Scotland, vol. 3, p. 182