Könige Schottlands




The Synod of Whitby (664)

The Treaty of Falaise (1174)

Quitclaim of Canterbury (1189)

The Treaty of York (1237)

The Treaty of Perth (1266)

Homage of Alexander III. to Edward I. (1278)

Acknowledgment of The Maid of Norway as Heir of Al

The Declaration of Arbroath (1320) - Latein

The Declaration of Arbroath (1320) - Englisch

The Treaty of Edinburgh - Northampton (1328)

The Treaty of Berwick (1357)

The Settlement of Succession (1373)

Treaties of Greenwich (1543)

Treaty of Edinburgh (1560)

Bill of Rights (1689)

Letter from the Scottish Convention to the Prince

The Act of Settlement (1701)

Antecendants of the treaty of Union (1703-1705)

The Act of Union (1707)

The Scottish Convention (1950)






Ein Abkommen zwischen König Edward III. und Schottland welches die sofortig Freilassung Davids II. behandelt.

That is to say for one hundred thousand merks sterling to be paid during the ten years next following the making of this agreement by these installments, that is to say the ten thousand merks of the payment at the feast of the Nativity of St John the Baptist next to come [24 June], and other ten thousand merks on the feast of the Nativity of St John the Baptist thereafter next following, and so from year to year ten thousand merks on the same feast of Nativity of St John until the sum of one hundred thousand merks shall have been fully paid....A truce shall be confirmed and observed by sufficient surety of letters and oaths between the king of England and all his good people in England and in Scotland, and also in the Isle of Man, and the king of Scotland and all the other people of Scotland and their adherents, by land by sea, in all parts and places, without fraud or guile, until the said sum shall have been fully paid. And that Edward Balliol and John of the Isles and all other allies and adherents of the king of England shall be included in the said truce....In case of default of payment at any of the said terms, the said king of Scotland, without other request or delay, shall come to England and give himself up as a prisoner of the king of England in the castle of Newcastle on Tyne within the three weeks of next following the said term at which payment is in default, to remain a prisoner until payment of the arrears be made...

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