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Lord, give me Scotland or I die!
I have travelled around the globe. I have seen the Canadian and American Rockies, the Andes, the Alps and the Highlands of Scotland, but for simple beauty, Cape Breton outrivals them all!
My parents were both from Scotland, but had been resident in Lower Canada some time before their marriage, which took place in Montreal; and in that city I spent most of my life.
It is never difficult to distinguish between a Scotsman with a grievance and a ray of sunshine.
There are two seasons in Scotland: June and Winter.
For 3 Million you could give everyone in Scotland a shovel, and we could dig a hole so deep we could hand her over to Satan in person.
Over the next few days we want cities, towns and villages across the UK to send a message to Scotland: stay with us.
Of all the small nations of this earth, perhaps only the ancient Greeks surpass the Scots in their contribution to mankind.
The reason I'm patriotic about Scotland is because I think it's been dealt a really hard hand. It's marketed the world over as . . . haggis . . . bagpipes. But no one ever puts anything back into it.
The thing which grieves and oppresses my heart with respect to poor Scotland, is the hardness of heart manifest in the levity and cruelty with which they speak of others.
It would be wrong to suggest that Scotland could not be another such successful, independent country.
KILT, n. A costume sometimes worn by Scotchmen in America and Americans in Scotland.
Scotland small? Our multiform, infinite Scotland SMALL?
God help England if she had no Scots to think for her.
One good thing about rain in Scotland. Most of it ends up as scotch.
Our Scottish theory ... is that every country has need of Scotchmen, but that Scotland has no need of the citizens of any other country.
I can't understand why people in Scotland rave about Darren Fletcher.
[Macbeth] is historically set in a place depicted by Shakespeare as brutal and violent, incredibly superstitious, and that's something that I do believe is Scottish.
For me as leader my time is nearly over but for Scotland the campaign continues and the dream will never die.
I stood still, vision blurring, and in that moment, I heard my heart break. It was a small, clean sound, like the snapping of a flower's stem.
In Scotland, when people congregate, they tend to argue and discuss and reason; in Orkney, they tell stories.
The English are not happy unless they are miserable, the Irish are not at peace unless they are at war, and the Scots are not at home unless they are abroad.
Beautiful, Glorious Scotland, has spoilt me for every other country.
Scotland is the country above all others that I have seen, in which a man of imagination may carve out his own pleasures; there are so many inhabited solitudes.
But I despised men who accepted their fate. I shaped mine twenty times and had it broken twenty times in my hands.
We once went 13 games without winning. There's always pressure here. Winning is always important here. How do you handle yourself and compose yourself is important. (on Manchester United)
The moment you doubt whether you can fly, you cease for ever to be able to do it.
I was delighted that by campaigning throughout England, Scotland and Wales, addressing in all 39 public meetings, I had contributed to the victory of the Conservative Party at this general election.
It was here in Edinburgh that in the 1980s I joined with many others to protest against Margaret Thatcher as she arrived to address the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland.
My point is there's a hidden Scotland in anyone who speaks the Northern Ireland speech. It's a terrific complicating factor, not just in Northern Ireland, but Ireland generally.
I have women who offer to sleep with me all the time. But not men. They're all talk and nay action - as we'd say in Scotland.
I've always loved Scotland, and I'm not a huge fan of big cities, to be honest. I like them to dip into for a bit, but I'm not sure I would want to live in one again.
Scotland can't afford to take their minds off the gas
I should say that being independent in the modern model means independent in a very interdependent world. An independent Scotland is not apart from the rest of the United Kingdom.
Something I notice speaking to writers from south of Hadrians Wall is that the culture is different. At base, I think Scotland values its creative industries differently from England.
I am more afraid of making a fault in my Latin than of the Kings of Spain, France, Scotland, the whole House of Guise, and all of their confederates.
I look upon Switzerland as an inferior sort of Scotland.
We look to Scotland for all our ideas of civilisation.
I grew up in Scotland, and everyone wore Barbour. It's very practical, it's very outdoorsy. It's what the gamekeepers and the fishermen and the farmers would wear.
But as a Scot with a lifelong love of Scotland and the arts, I believe the opportunity of independence is too good to miss. Simply put there is no more creative an act than creating a new nation.
Scotland's voice has to be heard
The noblest prospect which a Scotchman ever sees is the high road that leads him to England.
O Scotia! my dear, my native soil! For whom my warmest wish to Heaven is sent
A Scotchman must be a very sturdy moralist who does not love Scotland better than truth.
Give me but one hour of Scotland, Let me see it ere I die.
Scotland has the only football team in the world that does a lap of disgrace.
The rocks will melt with the sun before tuition fees are introduced in Scotland.
After I've been in America for a while, I get homesick for Scotland.
Needless to say, they refused to submit to the Empire, conducting such a persistent guerrilla war that the Romans gave up hope of conquering Scotland, and the Wee Free Men remained both wee and free.
A glass of whisky in Scotland in the thirties cost less than a cup of tea.