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From: "Pierre Aronax" <>
Subject: Re: Britain's Real Monarch
Date: Tue, 6 Jan 2004 01:59:45 +0100
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""T. Stanford Mommaerts-Meulemans-Browne"" <> a
crit dans le message de news:006d01c3d3ed$298fb6a0$...
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Pierre Aronax" <>
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> Sent: Monday, January 05, 2004 10:20 PM
> Subject: Re: Britain's Real Monarch
> > ""T. Stanford Mommaerts-Meulemans-Browne"" <> a
> > crit dans le message de news:005b01c3d354$9014c620$...
> > <...>
> > > Further, with
> > > the passage of Scots home-rule or devolution acts, (I have not kept
> > abreast
> > > of the latest changes in this area), the status of Scots titles is
> > somewhat
> > > changed.
> > How?
> > Pierre
> Well, and remember, it's been years since I studied any Law, and Peerage,
> particular; the Scots lords used to elect 'Representative Peers' to sit in
> the house of Lords to, what else, represent the Scots peers. The Scots
> peers were those titles created as peers of Scotland, not those of Great
> Britain, or the United Kingdom. Since the creation of a Scots parliament,
> the Scots Lords sit as themselves, directly, and in actual, not
> proportioned, pro-rated, nor representative numbers.
I think you are mixing apples and oranges.
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