- Title Pages
- Introduction Kings, Lords and Jenny Wormald
- Chapter 1 The Stewart Realm: Changing the Landscape
- Chapter 2 Lords and Women, Women as Lords: The Career of Margaret Stewart, Countess of Angus and Mar, <i>c</i>.1354-<i>c</i>.1418
- Chapter 3 Bastard Feudalism in England in the Fourteenth Century
- Chapter 4 Tame Magnates? The Justiciars of Later Medieval Scotland
- Chapter 5 King, Lords and Men in Renaissance England: The Poetry of John Skelton
- Chapter 6 Rethinking the Justice of the Feud in Sixteenth-Century Scotland
- Chapter 7 Bonding, Religious Allegiance and Covenanting
- Chapter 8 ‘We Bund and Obleiss Us Never More to Querrell’: Bonds, Private Obliga tions and Public Justice in the Reign of James VI<sup>1</sup>
- Chapter 9 Murder Will Out: Kingship, Kinship and Killing in Medieval Scotland
- Chapter 10 The Lanark Bond
- Chapter 11 James III: Kingship and Contested Reputation
- Chapter 12 Beyond the Declaration of Arbroath: Kingship, Counsel and Consent in Late Medieval and Early Modern Scotland
- Chapter 13 Royal Gifts and Gift-Exchange in Sixteenth-Century Anglo-Scottish Politics
- Chapter 14 The Ainslie Bond
- Chapter 15 ‘Scotland will be the Ending of all Empires’: Mr Thomas Murray and King James VI and I
- Publications of Jenny Wormald
- Kings, Lords and Men in Scotland and Britain, 1300–1625
- Edinburgh University Press
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