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James II: Translation
1445 Last day of parliament, Edinburgh, 1445
Last day of parliament, Edinburgh, 1445
1445 Legislation
Legislation [1445/2]* On the last day of the …
1445 Unknown date and location during 1445 parliament
Unknown date and location during 1445 pa …
1445 Procedure: oaths of homage and fealty
Procedure: oaths of homage and fealty [1445/3 …
14 June 1445 Procedure: preamble
[1445/1]* Procedure: preamble In the parliament …
28 June 1445 c. 28 June - 1 July 1445, Edinburgh
c. 28 June - 1 July 1445, Edinburgh
28 June 1445 Judicial proceeding: judgement against Sir James Stewart of Lorne, for rebellion
[1445/7]* Judicial proceeding: judgement against …
  1. NAS, PA5/6(2), f. 22v; NAS, PA5/6(1), f. 32r; Drummond, f. 251v; Colville, f. 282r. Back
  2. NAS, PA5/6(2), f. 22v; NAS, PA5/6(1), f. 32r; Drummond, f. 251v; Colville, f. 282r. Back
  3. BL, MS Harley 4700, f. 143v-144r; NLS, Adv. MS 25.5.6, f. 204r-v; Fort Augustus MS, f. 186v. This judicial act is clearly genuine both by its relevance to the political context of events in 1445 and by comparison with the previously known proceeding against the earl of Angus (1445/8), and assists with the dating of the oaths given above (1445/3-6). This act is followed in all MSS by three further oaths relating to bailies, burgesses and town councillors. There is no conclusive evidence that these were made at the 1445 parliament, although the phraseology used in the oaths is similar. They were clearly intended for use in the burghs and towns, rather than being oaths made at this parliament. Back