- Title Pages
- Note on Style and Abbreviations
- Introduction: contrasting and changing receptions of the union of 1707
Chapter OneIssues, Debates and Aims
Chapter TwoScotland under the union of the crowns to the revolution of 1688–9: searching for the roots of union
Chapter ThreeRoots of union: ambition and achievement and the aftermath of the revolution
Chapter FourThe 1690s: a nation in crisis
Chapter Five‘The Most Neglected if Not Opprest State in Europe’? Confrontations and the Search for Compromise, 1700–5
Chapter SixDigging Scotland out: Parliament and the reconstruction of the pathway towards union, 1705–6
Chapter SevenPaving the Way: the Union Commissioners and the Hearts and Minds of the People
Chapter Eight: ‘An affair of the greatest concern and import’: the union Parliament and the Scottish nation
ChapterNine: Union in the balance, union accomplished
Appendix AMembership of the Council of Trade, Elected 1705 (Voting Record for/against the Court in the Thirty Recorded Divisions in the Union Parliament, 1706–7)
Appendix BUnion Commissioners, 1689–1706
- Appendix C (1) Squadrone Or ‘flying Squadron’ Members and (2) Voting Records: Divisions of 1700–2 and 1706–7 (Union Parliament)
Appendix DChurch of Scotland: Synodal Addresses and Admonitions, 1714–16
- The Scots and the Union
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