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|Peer Review Status:||Refereed|
|Title:||Loyal Catholics and Revolutionary Patriots: National Identity and the Scots in Revolutionary Paris|
|Citation:||Rapport M (2008) Loyal Catholics and Revolutionary Patriots: National Identity and the Scots in Revolutionary Paris, Journal of Irish and Scottish Studies, 2 (1), pp. 51-72.|
|Abstract:||This article charts the impact of the French Revolution on the development of Scottish national identity, with reference to two very different groups of Scottish exiles in revolutionary Paris: the Catholic clergy of the Scots College and the radical/republican exiles, including Thomas Muir.|
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