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Myths and lies – what a surprise!

The Colony of Scotland (1698–1700) was situated on the isthmus of Panama on the Gulf of Darién. The aim was to have a route connecting the Paciic and the Atlantic to enable trade. It was abandoned ater a siege by Spain in 1700.
The background to this page is the Flag of the Company of Scotland Trading to Africa and the Indies (1698).
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Welcome to the new scrumdiddlyumptious issue of the award winning iScot Magazine number 54 The front cover artwork is designed by Stewart Kerr Brown and represents our maybe new Prime Minister of Boris Johnson pictured as John Bull with a hint of Pennywise from IT by Stephen King . We’re screwed tbh.