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"The order and ceremonyes at the celebracion of the fiancelles and mariage of James the fourth, King of Scotland, with Margaret eldest daughter of Henry the seaventh, King of England and France and lord of Ireland; and, the manner of her royal convoy vnto Edenburgh in Scotland, etc. Anno Domini MD.III. Transcribed out of an old booke (written by an officer of armes in that tyme) according to the orthography therein used, and compared therewith by me;" (without name) by James Young, Somerset herald, 17th century

MS. Rawl. B. 85
Held at the Weston Library

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The title is written within a border of roses and thistles, the initial letter bearing a shield with the arms of England and Scotland, quartered. On the reverse of the leaf is the crest of Scotland, a lion sejant affronté, gules, with the sword and sceptre, well painted; and on the next leaf are the arms of England and Scotland, crowned, within a border of roses and thistles, beautifully executed in gold and colours. On the covers are stamped the arms of the Stuart Kings of England.


  • Creation: 17th century


43 Leaves

Language of Materials

  • English


MS. Rawl. B. 85


  • Printed, with verbal differences, in Leland's Collectanea , edit. 1770, vol. iv., pp. 256–300.

Physical Facet

On paper, in folio


Repository Details

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Weston Library
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