DEDICATED TO THE MEMORY OF
R. E. Muirhead, Lochwinnoch, Bailie William Thomson, Govan, A. L. Henry, Milngavie, and Dr. R. F. Muirhead, Kelvingrove, who left the Scottish Home Rule Association to found the National Party of Scotland in 1928.
This booklet is published by the Scottish Secretariat to meet and increasing demand for an authoritative copy of the Treaty of Union of 1707 between Scotland and England. The full text of the Treaty, as well as that of the Act of Security, has been printed. In addition explanatory material has been added and statements by Archibald Alison, J. Keir Hardie, Annie Besant, James Maxton, Charles Sarolea, and others.
Notes are also provided on the Treaty of Northampton, 1328, the Stone of Destiny, and the Radical Rising.
- Introduction to the Broken Treaties, pp.3-5.
- Treaty of Union, pp.6-19. – This is already uploaded in full in a couple of places on the site but I’ve linked to C. Waddie’s ‘How Scotland Lost Her Parliament’ (1891), Note A., pp.103-126.
- Act for Securing Presbyterian Church Government, pp.20-22.
- The Old Scottish Parliament, pp.23-26.
- Notes on Articles of the Treaty, pp.27-32.
- What Validity has the Treaty?, pp.33-35.
- Constitutional Significance of the Treaty of Union, pp.36-38.
- An English View, p.39.
- Scottish Opinion Over-ruled, p.40.
- Contribution of Scotland to the Exchequer, p.41.
- Self-Rule for Scotland, pp.44-46.
- To Scotland on a Single Ticket..!, pp.47-49.
- Scotland – Self-Contained and Self-Governing, pp.50-51.
- Parliamentary History of Scottish Self-Government Bills, pp.52-54.
- Policy of National Party of Scotland, 1928-34, pp.55-58.
- Direct Action, pp.59-61.
- The Radical Rising, 1820, p.62.
- Scotland’s Declaration of Independence, p.63.
- Negotiations Following the Treaty of Northampton Agree to Return the Stone of Destiny to Scotland, p. 64.
- John Maclean, M.A., and Pope John XXIII, inside back cover.