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" Scots nation had many great and profitable places at court, to the high displeasure of the English, yet that was no advantage to our country, which was totally neglected, like a farm managed by servants, and not under the eye of the master. "
The political works of Andrew Fletcher, esq; [of Saltoun.] - Страница 386
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The political works of Andrew Fletcher

Andrew Fletcher - 1732
...Scots nation had many great and profitable places at court, to the high difpleafure of the English, yet that was no advantage to our country, which was...of the mafter. The great bufinefs both of Scots and Englifli minifters was, to extend the prerogative in Scotland, to the ruin of liberty, property and...

The Political Works of Andrew Fletcher

Andrew Fletcher - 1737 - 448 страници
...our money was fpent in England, and not among ourfelves ; the furniture of our houfes, andvthe beftof our clothes and equipage was bought at London: and...prerogative in Scotland, to the ruin of liberty, property a Converfation, &c. 387 and trade: and the diforders which were afterwards occafioned by the civil...

The Retrospective Review

1821
...Scots' nation had many great and profitable places at court, to the high displeasure of the English, yet that was no advantage to our country, which was totally neglected, VOL. IV. PART I. I like a farm managed by servants, and not under the eye of- the master." Notwithstanding...

The Retrospective Review, Том 4

1821
...Scots' nation had many great and profitable places at court, to the high displeasure of the English, yet that was no advantage to our country, which was totally neglected, VOL. IV. PART I. 1 like a farm managed by servants, and not under the eye of the master." Notwithstanding...

The Union of England and Scotland: A Study of International History

James Mackinnon - 1896 - 524 страници
...Scots nation had many great and profitable places at court, to the high displeasure of the English, yet that was no advantage to our country, which was totally neglected, like a farm managed by servants, and not under the eye of the master." f Fletcher's contemporary, Seton, allocates the blame...

Andrew Fletcher: Political Works

Andrew Fletcher - 1997 - 243 страници
...Fletcher articulated what at the time was a widely held conviction. the high displeasure of the English, yet that was no advantage to our country, which was totally neglected, like a farm managed by servants, and not under the eye of the master. The great business both of Scots and English ministers...
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The Saltoun Papers: Reflections on Andrew Fletcher

Paul Henderson Scott - 2003 - 191 страници
...... though particular persons of the Scots nation had many great and profitable places at court ... yet that was no advantage to our country, which was totally neglected, like a farm managed by servants and not under the eye of the master.' 'If I make a bargain for the people that inhabit the...
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