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Ein am 4. April 1373 verabschiedetes Gesetz, welches John the Stewart (Robert III.) als Erbe anerkennt.

King Robert, holding his parliament at Scone, and wishing and desiring to avoid to the best of his ability the uncertainty of the succession and the evils and misfortunes which, in very many kingdoms and places, arise and in times past have arisen from the succession of female heirs, and to avoid these for himself and his people, especially in times to come,Of deliberate counsel, and with the consent and assent of the prelates, earls, barons and the rest of the magnates and nobles and of all others of the three estates or communities of the whole realm there assembled.Declared, ordained and enacted that the sons of the king, of his first and second wives, now born, and their heirs male only, shall succeed in turn to the said king in his kingdom and in right of reigning in the manner and under the form and conditions underwritten, namely,That the lord John, earl of Carrick and Steward of Scotland, the first-born son of the same king, for the write of whose succession a declaration had been fully made in the immediately preceding parliament, and his heirs male only, shall, after his death, succeed him in the kingdom and the right of reigning; and failing the said lord John and his heirs male (which God forbid), the lord Robert, earl of Fife and Menteith, the second-born son of the same lord king by his first wife, and his heirs only, shall in turn and immediately succeed to the kingdom and the right of reigning; and failing also the said lord Robert and such heirs of his (which God forbid), the lord Alexander, lord of Badenoch, the third-born son of the same lord king by the same wife, and his heirs male only, shall, after their death, in turn and immediately, likewise succeed to the kingdom and the right of reigning; and failing likewise the said lord Alexander and his foresaid heirs (which God forbid), the lord David, earl of Strathearn, son of the same lord the king by his second wife, and his heirs male only, shall in turn and immediately likewise succeed to the kingdom and the right of reigning; and failing likewise the said lord David and his heirs aforesaid, Walter, son of the same lord king, brother-german to the said lord David, and his heirs male only, shall likewise succeed to the kingdom and the right of reigning; and the foresaid five brothers and their heirs male descending from them happening finally and wholly to fail (which God forbid), the true and lawful heirs of the royal blood and kin shall thenceforward succeed to the kingdom and the right of reigning.


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