James V: Translation
10 December 1540 Judicial proceeding: parliamentary transumpt of forfeiture (abstract)
[A1540/12/1]* Judicial proceeding: parliamentary …
10 December 1540 Legislation: act of annexation (abstract)
[A1540/12/2]* Legislation: act of annexation …
12 March 1543 Mary I: Translation
Mary I: Translation
12 March 1543 1543, 12 March, Edinburgh, Parliament
1543, 12 March, Edinburgh, Parliament
12 March 1543 Parliamentary Register
Parliamentary Register
12 March 1543 12 March 1543
12 March 1543
12 March 1543 Procedure: opening of parliament
[1543/3/1]* Procedure: opening of parliament …
12 March 1543 Procedure
[1543/3/2]* Procedure The which day Alexander …
12 March 1543 Judicial proceeding: summons of treason
[1543/3/3]* Judicial proceeding: summons of …
  1. NAS, C2, vol. 28, no. 147, f.61r-62r. See also 1528/9/10-11. Back
  2. NAS, C2, vol. 28, no.148, f.62r. Back
  3. NAS, PA2/9 begins with a half page insert of a note written to James Foulis of Colinton, clerk register, by James Hamilton, earl of Arran, regent during Mary Queen of Scots's minority: 'Governor [illegible text]. Clerk register, it is our will and we charge you that you cause proclaim this day at the market cross of Edinburgh the acts made in our sovereign lady's parliament that should be proclaimed and given furth to her lieges and, especially, the act made for having the New Testament in English vulgar tongue with certain additions, and thereafter give furth the authentic copies thereof as appropriate to all them that will desire the same, and insert this our command and charge in the books of parliament for your warrant. Subscribed with our hand at Edinburgh, 19 March 1542 [1543]. James, governor'. Back
  4. NAS, PA2/9, f.71r. Pagination for PA2/9 carries directly on from PA2/8, III – hence PA2/9, f.71r for the first parliament during Mary's reign. Back
  5. NAS, PA2/9, f.71r. Back
  6. NAS, PA2/9, f.71v. Back