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Peter Maxwell-Stuart

the notorious Sutherlands, in regard to Gaelic was no less violent than that of James Yorke in relation to the Gael: Their obstinate adherence to the barbarous jargon of the times when Europe was possessed by Savages, their rejection of any of the several languages now used in Europe . . . places them, with relation to the enlightened nations of Europe, in a position not very different from that betwixt the American Colonists and the Aborigines of that Country.6 Widespread dispossession, too, hastened the dispersal abroad, if not the death, of Gaelic culture – not

in Beyond the witch trials