The English Army captured the Scottish Capital, Endinburgh in 1438 with Danish naval assistance, officially ending the 20 year long war, resulting in an overwhelming English-Danish victory. This Treaty decides thw final fate of Scotland between England and Denmark.
The Kingdom of Scotland shall cease to exist, and its territory shall be divided between England and Denmark
Denmark shall be ceded Aberdeen, Dundee, and the Scottish Idlands, including Shetland, Orkney, and the Inner and Outer Hebrides.
England shall conquer the rest of Scotland