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|Francis and Mary's Wedding Contract|
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Francis and Mary's Wedding Contract, is the written statement proclaiming their marriage. It is used as proof to show that they are in fact legally wed. It also contains all the terms and conditions of their wedding. The contract is written in French.
In Liege Lord, Mary learns of a secret clause in the contract stating that if she were to die without an heir, Scotland would belong to France. She and her friends come up with a plan to destroy the contract for good.