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The Scots attack Northumberland and the borders 1541 Context Note
Battle of Solway Moss: English defeat the Scots 1542 Context Note
Border warfare between England and Scotland intensifies 1542 Context Note
The Warden of the East March is captured by the Scots 1542 Context Note
The Duke of Norfolk invades Scotland and burns Kelso 1542 - 1542 Context Note
Cardinal Beaton marches on Linlithgow with 600 men 1543 Context Note
An English expedition to Scotland captures Leith and burns Edinburgh 1544 Context Note
Scots are victorious at Ancrum Moor 1545 Context Note
Raid into Scotland destroys abbeys and castles 1545 - 1545 Context Note
Tax is levied to finance the Scottish war 1545 Context Note
Battle of Pinkie: English defeat the Scots 1547 Context Note
The French capture St. Andrews Castle, Scotland 1547 Context Note
English troops seize Haddington, Scotland 1548 Context Note
The English abandon Haddington to the Scots 1549 Context Note
England surrenders Boulogne to France and removes troops from Scotland 1550 Context Note
John Knox preaches a defiant sermon that incites violent riots 1559 Context Note
Rebellion of George Gordon, Earl of Huntly, in Scotland is crushed 1562 Context Note
Mary Queen of Scots' secretary is murdered on Darnley's orders 1566 Context Note
Darnley is murdered on the orders of Earl of Bothwell 1567 Context Note
Mary Queen of Scots escapes from Lochleven 1568 Context Note

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