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The Treaty of Edinburgh: 1560
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DESCRIBE what was agreed at the Treaty of Edinburgh, 1560

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Source A is from the Treaty of Edinburgh in 1560. This is the legal agreement between the English, French and Scots representatives.

It is agreed between French and English representatives that all military forces will withdraw from Scotland.

It is also agreed that, since England and Ireland belong to Queen Elizabeth,Queen Mary will no longer claim to be Queen of these kingdoms.

French soldiers will not be brought to Scotland again unless the kingdom is invaded.

The Scottish Parliament will be called to meet on 10th August.
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