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Royal burgh: Quiz


Question 1: ________ (became a royal burgh 1445)
DunbarNorth BerwickHaddington, East LothianPrestonpans

Question 2: ________ (1611) (had been a de facto previously)

Question 3: ________ (before 1124)
Berwick-upon-TweedYorkNewcastle upon TyneKing's Lynn

Question 4: However, by 1130, David had established burghs in Gaelic areas: Stirling, ________, Perth and Scone, as well as Edinburgh.
KirkcaldyGlenrothesDunfermlineUnited Kingdom

Question 5: ________ (made a Royal Burgh by King William I of Scotland, 'The Lion')

Question 6: New Lothian burghs also came into existence, at Haddington, ________ and Peebles.
Boston, LincolnshireGreat YarmouthLeithBerwick-upon-Tweed

Question 7: ________ (The burgh was frequently in conflict with Edinburgh over trading rights and status.
Great YarmouthBoston, LincolnshireLeithBerwick-upon-Tweed

Question 8: Before David was dead, St Andrews, Montrose, and ________ were also burghs.

Question 9: ________ (became a royal burgh 1558)
InschInverurieBlackburn, AberdeenshireWesthill, Aberdeenshire

Question 10: ________ (1620) (confirmation of de facto status)
David BeatonPatrick AdamsonGeorge GledstanesSt Andrews

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