Scots and the Union
Edinburgh University Press, 14 de abr. de 2014 - 480 páginas
This book traces the background to the Treaty of Union of 1707, explains why it happened and assesses its impact on Scottish society, including the bitter struggle with the Jacobites for acceptance of the union in the two decades that followed its inaugur
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ambition and achievement and the aftermath of the Revolution
a nation in crisis
5 The most neglected if not opprest State in Europe? Confrontations and the search for compromise 17005
Parliament and the reconstruction of the pathway towards union 17056
the union commissioners and the hearts and minds of the people
the union Parliament and the Scottish nation
9 Union in the balance union accomplished
Appendix A Membership of the Council of Trade elected 1705 voting record foragainst the court in the thirty recorded divisions in the union Parlia...
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