This Day in History Entry #221

May 1st, 2013 by Wordsman

And . . . we’re back to Wednesdays.

England sought to extend north their might
But the Scots, they put up a good fight
So they said, “It’s all square”
But it would not end there
Later on, they would fin’lly unite

Events: England ratifies the Treaty of Edinburgh-Northampton, ending the First War of Scottish Independence with Scotland retaining its status as an independent kingdom; The Acts of Union of 1707 go into effect, uniting England and Scotland into a single kingdom: Great Britain
Years: 1328; 1707
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