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In England, Wales and Ireland (but not in Scotland) a poorhouse was more commonly known as a wor
He was Chief Executive of Momentum Scotland, a charity providing rehabilitation and train
Lynch, Michael (1992), Scotland: A New History, London: Pimlico, ISBN 0-7126-
rsary of Burns also marks the 2009 Homecoming Scotland, a campaign by VisitScotland which invites pe
holl (1778-1846) was a Duke in the Peerage of Scotland, a British Army officer and a major landowner
They are named after castles in Scotland, a nod towards the Scottish heritage upon whi
Ten years later he became Primus of Scotland, a post he held until his retirement in 1990.
In Scotland a Garron is one of the types of Highland pony
He played against Scotland A and England Saxons.
Newlands has also played for Scotland's national rugby sevens team, as well as for
On the Isle of Skye, Scotland, a procession was held.
In Scotland, a Bill with more repressive wording is curre
Legislate to give Scotland a referendum on independence.
was also a strong supporter of home rule for Scotland, a minimum wage and the Temperance movement.
(died c.630) was an Irish-born missionary in Scotland, a follower of Kentigern.
ive as set out in the Parnership for a better Scotland, a joint statement of the Scottish Executive
He was also part of Scotland A's victorious IRB Nations Cup team in 2009,
f the Reigns of Malcolm and William, Kings of Scotland, A.D. 1153 - 1214
James Murray was born in Scotland about 1830.
Commissioner of Glasgow in the Parliament of Scotland, according to the Lockhart papers in the Nati
When Scotland acquired a devolved parliament, the responsib
26, 1925 from the Jamestown end of SR 392 to Scotland across the James River.
In 1996, under the Local Government etc ( Scotland) Act 1994, local government regions and distr
The Marine ( Scotland) Act provides a framework which will help bal
The Court of Session ( Scotland) Act 1745 (19 Geo.
The Protection of Wild Mammals ( Scotland) Act was passed by the devolved Scottish parl
The Representation of the People ( Scotland) Act 1868 (31 & 32 Vict.
The Town and Country Planning ( Scotland) Act 1997 is the principal piece of legislati
The Sunday Working ( Scotland) Act 2003 (c.18) is an Act of the Parliament
ngdom, the convention formed the basis of the Scotland Act that the Secretary of State for Scotland
ng legislation, such as the Local Government ( Scotland) Act 1973, the Marriage (Scotland) Act 1977,
The Scotland Act transferred overall control of the Regist
The Local Governance ( Scotland) Act 2004 (asp 9) is an Act of the Scottish P
The Police ( Scotland) Act 1966 was an Act of the Parliament of the
The whole Act was repealed by the Police ( Scotland) Act 1967.
The Abolition of Bridge Tolls ( Scotland) Act 2008 asp 1 was passed by the Scottish Pa
In 1975, under the Local Government ( Scotland) Act 1973, counties and burghs throughout Sco
The Land Reform ( Scotland) Act 2003 is an Act of the Scottish Parliamen
lation were passed in the following year: the Scotland Act 1978 and the Wales Act 1978.
local polls were abolished by the Licensing ( Scotland) Act 1976.
The Public Libraries ( Scotland) Act 1920 (10 & 11 Geo.
ards were created under the Local Governance ( Scotland) Act 2004, and are as defined in recommendati
The Local Government ( Scotland) Act 1894 (57 & 58 Vict.
The Local Government (Gaelic Names) ( Scotland) Act 1997 enables local councils in Scotland
The Tenements ( Scotland) Act 2004 is an Act of the Scottish Parliamen
Article XII of the Union with Scotland Act 1706 (Act settling the Manner of electing
( Scotland) Act 1987 (1987 c. 47) was an Act of Parliame
The Police ( Scotland) Act 1857 (20 & 21 Vict.
ontinued by the Representation of the People ( Scotland) Act 1832.
SSIs were created by the Scotland Act 1998 and are used to exercise devolved po
ndaries were altered by the Local Government ( Scotland) Act 1889 and by later related legislation.
Registration of Births, Deaths and Marriages ( Scotland) Act 1965, was an act of the Parliament of th
edefined by the Representation of the People ( Scotland) Act 1832.
Main article: Poor Law ( Scotland) Act 1845
The Colliers and Salters ( Scotland) Act 1775 is an Act of the Parliament of Grea
The Sea Fisheries (Shellfish) Amendment ( Scotland) Act 2000 asp 12 was passed by the Scottish P
es were abolished under the Local Government ( Scotland) Act 1973.
This is an anomaly that the Scotland Act 1998 does not cater for.
The Sunday Working ( Scotland) Act 2003 was the result of a Private Member'
Smoking, Health and Social Care ( Scotland) Act 2005
Town and Country Planning ( Scotland) Act 1997
rliament is the International Criminal Court ( Scotland) Act 2001 (asp 13).
Town and Country Planning ( Scotland) Act 1972
He carried the Local Government ( Scotland) Act 1889.
The Police ( Scotland) Act 1967 (c.
One effect of the Planning etc. ( Scotland) Act 2006 was the creation of four Strategic
The Scotland Act 1978 was repealed in March 1979 by a vote
shed by section 21 of, and Schedule 2 to, the Scotland Act 1998.
By an Act of Parliament - The Church of Scotland Act 1921 - the Articles Declaratory were held
ation took place during the Local Government ( Scotland) Act 1889, this Act established a uniform sys
ation took place during the Local Government ( Scotland) Act 1889, this Act established a uniform sys
police forces, either under the Burgh Police ( Scotland) Act 1833 or by local acts.
Under the Age Legal Capacity Scotland Act 1991 the old rules and terms were replace
ion amended the Criminal Law (Consolidation) ( Scotland) Act 1995 by inserting section 16B, which con
25 June - Crofters' Holdings ( Scotland) Act grants security of tenure to crofters.
The Debtors ( Scotland) Act 1838 (1 & 2 Vict.
defined by the Representation of the People ( Scotland) Act 1868.
forerunner was the Town and Country Planning ( Scotland) Act of 1972.
in 2007, as a result of the Local Governance ( Scotland) Act 2004.
Examples included the passing of the Scotland Act 1998, which had to be worded not to infri
The Abolition of Bridge Tolls ( Scotland) Act passed by the Scottish Parliament in 200
Commission was established under the Prisons ( Scotland) Act 1877 as a statutory board to administer
ilway was a reservoir construction railway in Scotland active from 1897 to 1910.
for university governance, the Universities ( Scotland) Acts also had a number of other consequences
January 1 - Scotland adopts today as being New Year's Day.
And I'll be in Scotland afore ye;
And I'll be in Scotland afore ye
s a prominent supporter of the Free Church of Scotland after it split from the Church of Scotland in
It was effectively the seat of royal power in Scotland after Malcolm III of Scotland shifted the cen
Baillie continued to buy land in Scotland after his father's death in 1835 and bought G
Rolland returned to Scotland after the summer and signed for Dunfermline,
Mercer was a doctor who fled Scotland after the Battle of Culloden.
de is the second oldest building in Stirling, Scotland, after Stirling Castle.
He then returned to Scotland after reconciliation with his brother the kin
s last game was for Ossie Male's team against Scotland, again in the 1927 Five Nations Championship.
He earned his first cap for Scotland against Canada in November 2008.
He reappeared for Scotland against the Australians in 1905.
Bain had captained Scotland against Wales in 1914.
ter his final game for Essex, Bull played for Scotland against the Australian touring team.
He earned one cap for Scotland, against Ireland in October 1938.
tosh made a single first-class appearance for Scotland against Ireland in 1972.
He captained Scotland against Wales in 1902
his only half century, came while playing for Scotland against Ireland at Dublin in 1981.
In August 1560 the Parliament of Scotland agreed to reform the religion of the country.
Clarksville is a hamlet in the town of New Scotland, Albany County, New York.
In Scotland, all DATs also have a remit for alcohol and a
Broadis scored 3 goals against Scotland, all with Farm in goals for the Scots.
However, reaction against it in Scotland allowed a coup by Cardinal David Beaton that
The Fishery Board for Scotland also encouraged the introduction of decked ve
Scotland also played an official international against
Scotland also qualified, but declined to travel.
Scotland also confirmed Norwegian sovereignty over She
Scotland also came under early Norman influence, with
Rikki, a native of Scotland, also accessorised with a tartan cloth slung
2000 University of Edinburgh/Royal Bank of Scotland Alumnus of the Year
In the 15th century the city traded with Scotland, Amsterdam and Scandinavia.
It is named after Dark Sky Scotland, an astronomy education program in Scotland.
Bell was born in Edinburgh, Scotland; an elder brother of Sir Charles Bell.
of these vacancies were in the south-west of Scotland, an area particularly strong in its Covenanti
He was born in Scotland, and died in Auckland aged 90.
White was born at Kerry Cowdie, Scotland and started his football career at Hamilton A
e left Arsenal in mid-1906 back to his native Scotland, and played for Queen's Park for two years.
Houston was born on 9 June 1947 in Ayrshire, Scotland, and educated at Strathallan School in Forgan
The three participating teams were Kenya, Scotland and Uganda.
riot was the first of its kind to be found in Scotland and shows Iron Age Scotland in direct contact
He lived at Longrigg, St. Andrews, Fife, Scotland and married Lorina Helen Elspeth Skene.
He supported the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland and served as its president from 1913 to 1918
to counterfeit the Great Seal of Scotland, and
irling council area is covered by another Mid Scotland and Fife constuency, the Stirling constituenc
Local government in Scotland and Wales moved to a system based entirely on
These have been found in southern Scotland and northern England.
He has represented both Scotland and GB at Rugby Sevens, including the 2006 Co
common in England and Wales but much rarer in Scotland and Ireland.
He also coached at Strathallen School, Scotland, and played soccer for Huddersfield Town and
Fund raising will not be restricted to Scotland and individuals can raise money from anywhere
Callaghan was born in Scotland and raised in Dunbarton and the Red Clydeside
In 1971, he became a Queens Counsel ( Scotland) and was advocate-depute from 1973 to 1974.
ncing consortium wass led by West LB, Bank of Scotland and Dexia.
Further information: Politics of Scotland and Order of precedence in Scotland
See also Mid Scotland and Fife Scottish Parliament region
History of the Affairs of Church and State in Scotland and An Historical Catalogue of the Bishops of
against New Zealand Natives, in 1890 against Scotland, and Ireland, and in 1891 against Wales, Irel
He served as Secretary for Scotland and Secretary of State for Scotland in 1924 a
the Scottish League Cup was broadcast on BBC Scotland and BBC Red Button.
Skelton studied medicine in Scotland and practised in Greenspond.
Evans' brother, Max, currently plays for Scotland and Glasgow Warriors.
flower grows in mainly open pine woodlands in Scotland and northernmost England.
He was born in Perth, Scotland and came to New Zealand with his parents in 1
Austria was built by Caird & Co. of Greenock, Scotland and was launched on 23 June 1857.
Lord Wallace QC, Advocate General for Scotland and former Deputy First Minister of Scotland
The Bruce is a 1996 film set in Scotland and England in the early 14th century.
He has 68 caps representing Scotland and 24 caps representing Great Britain as of
warded two caps in November 1906, one against Scotland and one against Ireland.
er is a river in the Scottish Borders area of Scotland, and a tributary of the River Teviot.
He was born in Montrose, Scotland and currently resides in San Diego, Californi
votedly attached to the established church of Scotland, and as moderator presided over the general a
He grew up in India, Scotland and Switzerland.
He is a member of the Law Society of Scotland and the Law Society of England and Wales.
ined his Presbytery Degree from St Andrews in Scotland and was made Minister for Inverkeithing.
He became General Officer Commanding Scotland and Governor of Edinburgh Castle in 1991 and
ion of 1688, when episcopacy was abolished in Scotland and all Church of Scotland bishops lost their
the son of Alexander McKenzie of Ross-shire, Scotland, and Jane McNaughton, of Stirlingshire, Scotl
some of the bloodiest border warfare between Scotland and England.
erned by the Auld Alliance between France and Scotland and France agreed to prevent the Duke of Alba
Phil was born in Dunfermline, Scotland and spent time as a meteorologist for the Roy
In 1569, he returned to Scotland and was imprisoned until, in 1573, he agreed
The Church of Scotland and the United Free Church of Scotland united
It was contested by England, France, Ireland, Scotland, and Wales.
It is native to the Cheviot Hills between Scotland and England.
uced by Triple Echo Productions for BBC Sport Scotland, and broadcast on BBC Two Scotland.
His mother was from Aberdeenshire, Scotland, and her family was also in the wine business
1544) was the illegitimate son of James IV of Scotland and his mistress Janet Kennedy.
ntemporary mineral prospector who did work in Scotland, and modern art-historians doubt that Hilliar
Vince was born in Glasgow, Scotland and his family moved to Wollongong, Australia
Arnold was compelled to remain in Scotland and become the court painter.
ter that week, ideas for better government in Scotland and peace in the Middle East were featured.
1840 he laboured on the mission of Dumfries, Scotland, and subsequently in Edinburgh.
For the Scotland and Everton player, see Jack Taylor (Scottish
esenting classical music programmes for Radio Scotland and Radio 3 and articles to being a regular v
He was born in Scotland and began to play in his local brass band at
) while at Neath RFC in 1938 against England, Scotland, and France.
Scotland and Wales run national teams.
1, 1503) was the youngest son of James III of Scotland and Margaret of Denmark.
25 pairs breed in Scotland and 75 in England as reintroductions continue
rdinand has been assassinated, Hannay reaches Scotland and leaves the train to escape the police.
se from the different legislation in force in Scotland and the rest of the UK regarding Sunday tradi
In 2007, he toured Scotland and Canada with the UAE.
The same patent was granted in both Scotland and England separately.
ts of the election were broadcast live on BBC Scotland and STV, on the night of the election.
The River Tay is the largest in Scotland and flows eastwards past Dundee.
s a number of week long festivals in England, Scotland and Wales.
so played for the Barbarians against England, Scotland and Wales.
In May of this year he began the survey of Scotland, and on 12 August he was promoted major-gener
He moved on to present Good Morning Scotland and Reporting Scotland, then Eddie Mair Live
ne without direct heirs, no future monarch of Scotland and England could take Scotland to war withou
After one season, he left Clyde and Scotland, and joined Bradford City for their second se
Ireland, two were first-class matches against Scotland and eight had List A status.
Headlined a tour through England, Scotland, and Wales.
Glasgow, Highlands and Islands, Lothians, Mid Scotland and Fife, North East Scotland, South of Scotl
                                                                                                    
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