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His countrymen beyond doubt had their heads at last above water, but the land they were making for was not the kindly soil he had known.

[Scotland in 1771] Let us look a little closer at the Scotland of 1771.

It was the clearing-house of the Highlands, as Stagshawbank on the Tyne was the clearing-house of Scotland.

The drover from Glen Affric, herding his kyloes among the autumn bracken, could see from his bivouac a cloud of dark smoke on the banks of the Carron river, and hear by day and night the clang of hammers.

She was conscious of being poverty-stricken and backward, a mere northern appanage which England had once seen fit to conciliate, and, the Union accomplished, could now neglect.

A friendly visitor like Pennant might find something to patronize and praise, but the common traveller’s tale was only of a bleak land, vile weather, bad inns, bad roads, dirty farms and shabby stone towns.

The Highland drover, already perplexed by the intrusion of Lowland sheep on his hills and the cutting of his native woods by English companies, saw in the flame and smoke of the ironworks a final proof that his ancient world was crumbling.And the spectator, according as he was a lover of old things or an amateur of novelties, would have sighed or approved.