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Answer to the last issues cryptogram
A young Scotsman of your ability let loose upon the world with three hundred pounds. What could he not do?
Its almost appalling to think of. Especially if he went among the English!
True or False
Since loch is the Scottish for lake there are no lakes in Scotland.
Answer to the last issues True or False
It may well be that Dundee is a bonnie town, but the song is definitely NOT about the town at all. The Dundee of the title refers to is a person: John Graham of Claverhouse, Viscount Dundee (1648-89) a Jacobite commander who commanded an independent Troop of Horse raised to suppress the conventicles (Lowland Presbyterian meetings) in Dumfries and Galloway. He died at the Battle of Killiecrankie.