When the crown of Scotland became vacant in September on the death of the seven year old child monarch Margaret, the Maid of Norway , a total of thirteen claimants to the throne came forward. Before agreeing, Edward obtained concessions going some way to revive English overlordship over the Scots. A commission of "auditors" was then appointed: 24 were appointed by Edward himself acting as president, and the remainder by Bruce and Balliol in equal numbers. In November , this body decided in favour of John Balliol, whose claim was based on the traditional criterion of primogeniture —inheritance through a line of firstborn sons. The decision was accepted by the majority of the powerful in Scotland, and John ruled as King of Scots from then until With the death of King Alexander III in , the crown of Scotland passed to his only surviving descendant, his three-year-old granddaughter Margaret the Maid of Norway.
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The moorcroft pottery has mainly remained in the hands of one family since its creation and Moorcroft mark changes have been quite few. The Moorcroft marks remained steady until the modern owners instigated a system of dating and then again until modern Moorcroft design studio artists, where allowed to mark the Moorcroft pottery they personally designed or created. Modern Moorcroft marks continue to become more elaborate and to provide more and more information. Moorcroft collectors should be aware of the Silver Stripe that sometimes appears and is almost always through the WM monogram. The Moorcroft silver stripe denotes a second quality or imperfect piece that has failed to pass the strict quality control that Moorcroft demands. These pieces are only ever sold at discounted prices in the Moorcroft factory shop.
Derby Crown Court heard how self-employed Stephen Vincent was part of a wedding party and had been drinking for seven hours when the offence happened. As she was serving the next table the year-old, of Heanor , lifted her skirt hem and moved his hand towards her backside. The hearing heard how she was so upset by what he did she went home to get changed before returning to work. Gregor Purcell, prosecuting, said the offence took place in the Crompton Arms, in High Street, Ripley, on October 31, just before the second lockdown began.
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