Andrew Fletcher of Saltoun Quote

The Scots deserve no pity, if they voluntarily surrender their united and separate interests to the mercy of an united Parliament, where the English have so vast a majority…their 45 Scots members may dance round to all eternity, in this trap of their own making.


State of the Controversy betwixt United and Separate Parliaments (1706)

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The Scots deserve no pity, if they voluntarily surrender their united and separate interests to the mercy of an united Parliament, where the English...

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The Scots deserve no pity, if they voluntarily surrender their united and separate interests to the mercy of an united Parliament, where the English...

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The Scots deserve no pity, if they voluntarily surrender their united and separate interests to the mercy of an united Parliament, where the English...

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The Scots deserve no pity, if they voluntarily surrender their united and separate interests to the mercy of an united Parliament, where the English...