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The first firm Anglo‐Scottish alliance of the century was concluded by Edward IV and James III. The Scottish king's infant son and heir James, duke of Rothesay, was formally betrothed to Edward IV's daughter Cecilia. The proposed marriage was never solemnized and war soon resumed.

Subjects: British History.

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