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)






Der eine Vertrag sorgt für Frieden zwischen England und Schottland zu Lebzeiten von Henry VIII. und Mary und für ein weiteres Jahr nach dem Tod eines der beiden.
Der 2. Vertrag beinhaltet die Hochzeit von Mary und Prinz Edward, dem Sohn Henrys.
Die Verträge wurden am 1. Juli. abgeschlossen aber erst später ratifiziert.

We have agreed . . . that . . . Prince Edward, eldest son and nearest apparent and undoubted heir of the unconquered and most potent Prince Henry VIII, by the grace of God King of England, France and Ireland, Defender of the Faith and Supreme Head on Earth of the Church of England and Ireland, as yet age and not six years old, shall marry . . . Mary, Queen of Scotland, now also minor and not yet out of her first year . . . . [As soon as Mary completes her tenth year and reaches her eleventh, she shall be taken in the next month to the vicinity of Berwick to be shown to those whom Henry (if he survive) or Edward shall send there so that they may accompany her to the presence of the English king. Before her departure from Scotland, the contract of marriage shall be concluded by proxy.] Notwithstanding any other effect hoped herefrom through the marriage to follow, the kingdom of Scotland shall nevertheless retain the name kingdom and be called the kingdom of Scotland, with all it's laws and lawful liberties of the same kingdom, as they have always, from the beginning, been rightly and continuously used and observed and approved in the same kingdom of Scotland. If, after the arrival of the most illustrious Lady Mary in England and the consummation of her marriage with the most illustrious Prince Edward, it happen (which God forbid) the said most illustrious prince to die without issue by . . .Mary, in that case the said . . . Mary is to have free faculty and power to return to the kingdom of Scotland . . . without any impediment or obstacle. At the time when . . . Mary is brought to the kingdom of England by the present agreement a noble man James, Earl of Arran, governor of the kingdom of Scotland, who by that name shall meantime both uplift the fruits of the kingdom and intromit with the goods of the said queen, shall - both himself and his heirs and successors - be at that time freed and discharged by the . . . King of England and . . . Prince Edward, and be rendered quit of the fruits received and all the movable goods with which the said governor has intromitted, reserving only from those movable goods which then remain a convenient part and portion which is required to direct the person of the said . . . Mary into England . . . Within two months from the date of these presents the present treaty shall be sworn, confirmed and ratified.

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