It is never difficult to distinguish between a Scotsman with a grievance and a ray of sunshine.
Of course, Scotsmen are not foreigners. They are fellow-subjects of ours, and they are in the same position as any other fellow-subjects, with the important exception that their system of jurisprudence differs in very important particulars from ours . . . and to call a Scotsman an English subject is a perfect absurdity.
There are few more impressive sights in the world than a Scotsman on the make.j. m. barrie