Wha's like us? Damn few and they're a' deid
The average Englishman in the home he calls hi castle, slips into his national costume - a shabby raincoat - patented by Chemist Charles Macintosh from Glasgow, Scotland
En route to his office he rides along the English lane surfaced by John Macadam of Ayr Scotland.
He drives an English car fitted with tyres invented by John Boyd Dunlop, a Vetenary Surgeon of Dreghorn, Scotland.
At the office he recieves the mail bearing adhesive stamps invented by John Chalmers, Bookseller and Printer of Dundee, Scotland.
During the day he uses the telephone invented by Alexander Graham Bell, born in Edinburgh, Scotland.
At home in the evening his daughter pedals her bicycle invented by Kirkpatrik Macmillan, Blacksmith of Thornhill Dumfriesshire, Scotland.
He watches the news on the T.V. an invention of John Logie Baird of Helensburgh, S
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