By Rosemary Goring
Patrick Paniter used to be James IV's right-hand guy, a diplomatic genius who was once in command of the weapons on the disastrous conflict of Flodden in September 1513 within which the English annihilated the Scots. After the demise of his king he's affected by guilt as he relives the occasions that ended in battle. while Louise Brenier, daughter of a rogue sea dealer, asks his assist in checking out if her brother Benoit used to be killed in motion, it's the least he can do to salve his moral sense. no longer chuffed with the inside track he brings, Louise units off to determine the reality herself, and quickly falls foul of 1 of the lawless clans that rule the ungovernable borderlands. After Flodden is a singular in regards to the results of the conflict of Flodden, as obvious in the course of the eyes of a number of characters who both had a hand in bringing the rustic to warfare, or have been profoundly stricken by the result. there were only a few novels approximately Flodden, regardless of its significance,and none from this attitude. It's a racy event, combining political intrigue and romance, and its readership could be somebody who loves historic fiction, or is drawn to the heritage of Scotland and the turbulent, ungovernable borderlands among Scotland and England.
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21 McCulloch promotes an intellectual division of labor in which he and his fellow experts would work out theories in all their complex abstraction, and then diﬀuse them to the public by way of concrete examples, the details of which would concern, and thus interest, their audiences directly. In this division of labor, the knowledge ﬁt for the many, which included most of the middle and all of the laboring classes, ought to be restricted to speciﬁc data selected by experts. McCulloch, in the Statistical Account, presents a wealth of geographical, zoological, botanical, and agricultural data to “prove” that Britain is self-suﬃcient in natural resources: Britain’s cheese, copper, iron, coal, wool, cotton, climate, people, lakes, puﬃns, turnips and bees are variously described as the most excellent or most abundant throughout the world and throughout history.
It seems as if Arnall may be a threat to the community because of his selﬁsh unwillingness to labor. True to the tenets of Adam Smith, however, Arnall’s pursuit of his own selfinterest turns out to beneﬁt the community at large: Arnall conceives of a plan for catching buﬀalo and antelopes by digging a pit that is used as a snare. “This magniﬁcent plan entered Arnall’s head one day when he was thinking how he might distinguish himself in a genteel way, and show himself a benefactor to the settlement without sacriﬁcing his dignity” (:).
McCulloch, in the Statistical Account, presents a wealth of geographical, zoological, botanical, and agricultural data to “prove” that Britain is self-suﬃcient in natural resources: Britain’s cheese, copper, iron, coal, wool, cotton, climate, people, lakes, puﬃns, turnips and bees are variously described as the most excellent or most abundant throughout the world and throughout history. The two volumes of the Account seem almost to be designed such that the casual reader, taking a volume oﬀ the shelf and dipping in at any point, can be comforted by this excellence and abundance of British resources.