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# Clue
1. Burns, for one
2. Watt or Burns
3. ___ free
4. ___ and lot (old levy)
5. Kind of free
6. Orkney dweller
7. Loch Ness resident
8. Aberdonian
9. Man from Dundee
10. Bagpiper, for one
11. Glaswegian
12. Carlyle, e.g.
13. Assess for tax
14. Citizen of Dumfries
15. Boswell or Burns
16. Carlyle was one
17. His emblem is the thistle flower
18. Native of Inverness-shire
19. Kiltie
20. Pibroch player
21. Inverness inhabitant
22. Man from Inverness
23. ___-free
24. Warrior at Culloden Moor: 1746
25. Roderick Dhu, e.g.
26. Aberdeen native
27. James M. Barrie, e.g.
28. Culloden Moor fighter
29. Burns or Macbeth
30. Watt or Adam Smith
31. Native of Inverness
32. Tartan donner
33. Monarch Mary was one
34. William Wallace, for one
35. Burns or Watt
36. Boswell was one
37. Bathgate native
38. Robert Bruce, e.g.
39. Lauder or Burns
40. Arran resident
41. Clan man
42. Get off ___ free
43. Dundee denizen
44. Duncan I, e.g.
45. Bagpipe player
46. Lauder, for one
47. Mull resident
48. Ayr native
49. Carlyle
50. Rob Roy was one
51. Native of Edinburgh
52. Burns was one
53. Connery, for one
54. Midlothian native
55. Barrie or Burns, e.g.
56. Tax; levy
57. Sean Connery, for one
58. Person whose name starts Mc-, maybe
59. Caber tosser
60. Dundee citizen
61. Dweller in Clydebank
62. Angus, maybe
63. Nae sayer
64. Caber caster
65. Tam sporter
66. Mathematician Napier, for one
67. Speaker with a burr
68. One born near the Butt of Lewis
69. 59-Across, e.g.
70. One may say “nae”
71. Aberdonian or Glaswegian
72. Get off ___-free
73. Kilt sporter, perhaps
74. Local living near a loch
75. One living near Loch Ness
76. One speaking with a burr
77. St. Andrews native
78. Edinburgher, e.g.
79. Emeli Sande or Kelly Macdonald
80. Glasgow resident
81. Skye guy
82. Glaswegian, for one
83. Person of the Hebrides
84. Perth resident
85. Connery, by birth
86. Connery, e.g.
87. Cumbernauld resident
88. Adam Smith, for one
89. Andrew Carnegie, for one
90. Carnegie or Bell, e.g.
91. 40-Down, for one
92. Fife fellow
93. Thomas Lipton, for one
94. Loch Ness local
95. Bell or Watt
96. Adam Smith, e.g.
97. Fifer, e.g.
98. Annie Lennox or Sheena Easton
99. Annie Lennox, for one
100. Leith lass, e.g.
101. Paisley person
102. Person of Paisley
103. Aberdonian, e.g.
104. Many a Nessie spotter
105. BRITON'S WAY-OUT COMPANY
106. GUY ON THE BAGPIPES, MAYBE
107. NESSIE SIGHTER, PERHAPS
108. Aberdeen fellow
109. Sean Connery, among many
110. Man from Aberdeen
111. __-free
112. Auto racer Jackie Stewart, e.g.
113. Glasgow citizen
114. Man from Fife
115. Tam wearer
116. Glasgow native
117. Robert Burns, by birth
118. Skye sight
119. Nae-sayer
120. Many a bagpiper
121. Edinburgh resident
122. Mary, notably
123. One spotting Nessie, probably
124. William Wallace or Sean Connery
125. Burns or Kidd
126. Carnegie, by birth
127. Native of Aberdeen or Dundee
128. Captain Kidd, e.g.
129. Free opening?
130. Sixth-century Great Britain settler
131. Dumfries dude
132. Haggis eater, likely
133. Irvine Welsh or J. K. Rowling, e.g.
134. J. K. Rowling or Arthur Conan Doyle, e.g.
135. James Barrie, e.g.
136. Tartan wearer, maybe
137. Burns, for example
138. Caber toss spectator
139. Sir James Dewar, for one
140. Dunfermline native
141. Nairn native
142. Typical Burns supper attendee
143. Macbeth or Lady Macbeth, e.g.
144. Dundee lad
145. Bairn, e.g.
146. Caber thrower
147. Craig Ferguson, by birth
148. Many a St. Andrews golfer
149. St. Andrew's Day celebrant
150. British poet laureate Carol Ann Duffy, for one
151. Many a Royal Troon golfer
152. 2013 Wimbledon champ Andy Murray, e.g.
153. Alexander Graham Bell, e.g.
154. Bagpiper, often
155. Clan member
156. Conan Doyle, for one
157. Ewan McGregor, for one
158. James Watt, by birth
159. Annie Lennox, by birth
160. One with a unicorn as a heraldic symbol
161. Andy Murray, by birth
162. Golfer at Royal Troon, often
163. Many a clan member
164. One of Mary Stuart's people
165. Robert the Bruce, for one
166. Macbeth, by birth
167. Robbie Coltrane, e.g.
168. James Watt, for one
169. From Aberdeen
170. Burrer, usually
171. Native of Aberdeen
172. Native of Glasgow
173. Bell, by birth
174. Edinburgher
175. Gibson, in "Braveheart"
176. Man from Edinburgh
177. Renfrew resident
178. Robert Louis Stevenson, by birth
179. Recon, perhaps
180. It's got a flat bottom
181. Dark expression
182. Burns's tongue
183. NPR's ___ Simon
184. Willard of "Today"
185. Rub, rub, rub
186. *Where Robert Burns and kin are buried
187. Ivanhoe's creator
188. Paid sports spectator
189. Ones said to be "trustworthy, loyal, helpful, friendly ..."
190. Arthur Conan Doyle, e.g.
191. Legal thriller author who wrote "Presumed Innocent"
192. Star Trek character who says "Aye" a lot
193. Site of a 2014 vote for independence
194. Charmin competitor
195. Loser to Pierce in 1852
196. Deep-fried pub dish
197. Hero of the Mexican-American War
198. Search hard
199. Burmese pythons in the Everglades, e.g.
200. One collecting merit badges
201. Boy or Girl follower
202. Astronaut Kelly
203. White Cloud competitor
204. Like the people who invented golf
205. Wearers of kilts
206. Dog depicted by Monopoly's dog token
207. Gaelic's home
208. Big maker of lawn care products
209. District 9, for short?
210. Scrub vigorously
211. Olden land north of Anglia
212. Nova ___ (Halifax native, say)
213. It's spoken in Aberdeen
214. Language in which a nutty person might be told "Yer bum's oot the windae"
215. Word with cow or horse
216. It needs to be threaded
217. 1976-81 skit show
218. Paged up, e.g.
219. Bushfire locales
220. Ice-clearing tool
221. Miser visited by ghosts
222. Cleans with elbow grease
223. Kind of oar
224. The president has one
225. Intl. group formed Sept. 8, 1954
226. Meal consumed during the month of Nisan
227. Brown-and-white porgy
228. Boston Bay vessel
229. Where the British Open is played
230. Glasgow folk
231. Edinburgh newspaper (with "The")
232. F.
233. Dred or Sir Walter
234. Personal Injuries author
235. Search through thoroughly
236. Where the collie originated
237. The Entertainer (1902)
238. Use an S.O.S. pad
239. Boat for hauling
240. Tug tow
241. Arthur Conan Doyle, by birth
242. J.K. Rowling or Captain Kidd
243. Carnegie, but not Mellon
244. Dundee native
245. ___-free (unpunished)
246. Sean Connery, notably
247. Captain Kidd or Sean Connery
248. James Herriot or J.K. Rowling
249. Captain Kidd or J.K. Rowling
250. Clan member, often
251. Glasgow dweller
252. Gordon Brown, for one
253. Stirling fellow
254. Edinburgh citizen
255. Glengarry man
256. James I, for one
257. Sir Walter was one
258. Canny man
259. Scott, for one
260. Haggis fancier
261. Man from Dumbarton
262. Word with free
263. Burns or Lauder
264. Highlands native
265. Loch Ness man
266. Man of Dundee
267. Resident of Perth
268. Rob Roy, e.g.
269. Culloden fighter
270. Haggis-eater
271. Inverness resident
272. Man with a caber
273. Orkney native
274. Burns or Lauder, e.g.
275. Kilt wearer
276. Perth native
277. Robert I was one
278. Caledonian
279. Native of Ayr
280. Robert Burns, e.g.
281. Edinburgh native
282. Dundee dweller
283. Sean Connery, e.g.
284. Tartan wearer
285. McIntoshes, e.g.
286. Braveheart setting
287. Andrew Carnegie and Alexander Graham Bell, by birth
288. Leading Edinburgh newspaper, with "The"
289. Land of which Burns fondly wrote
290. Great man?
291. Rob Roy, for one
292. Great ___!
293. Highlander
294. Nae sayer?
295. Lady Macbeth, e.g.
296. Dumbarton denizen
297. Inverness inhabitant, e.g.
298. Sir Walter Scott, aptly
299. Sean Connery, by birth
300. Inverness dweller
301. Burns, e.g.
302. Dumfries denizen
303. Rob Roy or Captain Kidd
304. Robert the Bruce or Robert Burns
305. Robert Louis Stevenson, notably
306. Golfer Colin Montgomerie, e.g.
307. This word for a native of Caledonia also meant a tax
308. St. Andrew's Day observer
309. Many a person whose name starts Mac
310. Robert Louis Stevenson, e.g.
311. Bluebonnet
312. Glaswegian, e.g.
313. Resident of the Land of Cakes
314. Sean Connery, nationally speaking
315. Highlander, e.g.
316. Loch Lomond local
317. Falkirk citizen
318. Robert Burns, for one
319. Person whose name begins "Mc-," often
320. Person whose name starts with Mac-, maybe
321. Of a Great Lake (5)
322. Harry Lauder
323. Rob Roy is one
324. Sir David Fyfe, for instance
325. Hector McNeil, for instance
326. Native of Nairn
327. Sir Harry Lauder, for instance
328. Bagpiper
329. Member of a clan
330. Canny and clanny
331. Man of Glengarry
332. Queen Elizabeth, for example
333. "Being a ___" (Sean Connery book)
334. "Great ___!"
335. "Nae" sayer
336. "Nae" sayer?
337. "The Flying ___ " Jackie Stewart's nickname
338. "The Flying ___ " a.k.a. racer Jackie Stewart
339. "The fighting young priest" Sloan
340. 'Nae' sayer
341. 'Rob Roy' extra
342. 104D wearer
343. 15th-century golfer probably
344. 2013 Wimbledon champ Andy Murray e.g.
345. Aberdeen autochthon
346. Aberdeen denizen
347. Aberdeen man
348. Aberdeen resident
349. Aberdonian e.g.
350. Aberdonian.
351. Actor Alan Cumming by birth
352. Adam Smith e.g.
353. Adam Smith for example
354. Adam Smith for one
355. Alan Cumming for one
356. Alexander Graham Bell was one
357. Alexander Graham Bell by birth
358. Alexander Graham Bell e.g.
359. Alexander Graham Bell for one
360. An immigrant to N Brit. in the 6th century
361. Andrew Carnegie for one
362. Andy Murray for one
363. Andy Murray notably
364. Angus maybe
365. Annie Lennox or Susan Boyle
366. Annie Lennox e.g.
367. Annie Lennox for one
368. Arthur Conan Doyle by birth
369. Arthur Conan Doyle e.g.
370. Auto racer Jackie Stewart e.g.
371. Automaker David Dunbar Buick by birth
372. Ayr resident
373. Bagpiper often
374. Bagpiper for one
375. Bagpiper maybe
376. Bagpiper often
377. Bagpiper perhaps
378. Bagpipes player
379. Bagpipes player often
380. Bagpipes player often (Abbr.)
381. Bairn e.g.
382. Barrie or Burns e.g.
383. Beethoven symphony
384. Bell by birth
385. Billy Connolly e.g.
386. Bobby Thompson was one
387. British poet laureate Carol Ann Duffy for one
388. British subject.
389. Britisher
390. Burns or Barrie
391. Burns or Lauder e.g.
392. Burns e.g.
393. Burns for example
394. Burns for instance
395. Burns for one
396. Burns for one.
397. Burns notably
398. Burrer usually
399. Caledonian e.g.
400. Caledonian.
401. Calvin Harris or Annie Lennox say
402. Capaldi or Connery e.g.
403. Captain Kidd or Sean Connery e.g.
404. Captain Kidd e.g.
405. Captain Kidd for one
406. Carlyle was one.
407. Carlyle e.g.
408. Carnegie or Bell e.g.
409. Carnegie but not Mellon
410. Carnegie by birth
411. Carnegie e.g.
412. Carnegie for one
413. Celtic
414. Certain UK resident
415. Certain kilt wearer
416. Citizen of Edinburgh
417. Clan member often
418. Clansman.
419. Claymore wearer
420. Cock-a-leekie eater
421. Computer connection
422. Conan Doyle by birth
423. Conan Doyle for one
424. Connery by birth
425. Connery or McAvoy
426. Connery by birth
427. Connery e.g.
428. Connery for one
429. Connery proudly
430. Craig Ferguson by birth
431. Craig Ferguson e.g.
432. Craig Ferguson for one
433. David Byrne by birth
434. David Byrne e.g.
435. David Hume for one
436. David Tennant or Peter Capaldi
437. David Tennant or Peter Capaldi e.g.
438. Denizen of Dundee
439. Dr. Livingstone was one
440. Dr. Livingstone for one
441. Dumbarton dude
442. Dumbarton native
443. Dunbarton denizen
444. Duncan I e.g.
445. Duncan or Banquo
446. Dundee dude
447. Dundee fellow
448. Dundee man
449. Dundee man.
450. Dundee resident
451. Eater of "neeps and tatties"
452. Eater of haggis often
453. Edinborough native's small bed (4)
454. Edinburgh or Glasgow resident
455. Edinburgher heading for single bed (4)
456. Edinburgher.
457. Ewan McGregor or Sean Connery
458. Ewan McGregor by birth
459. Ewan McGregor e.g.
460. Fellow from Fife
461. Fiddler Johnny Cunningham for instance
462. Fife resident
463. Fifer e.g.
464. Fifer?
465. Gael
466. Gael.
467. Galwegian e.g.
468. Gent from Aberdeen
469. Get off ___-free (escape punishment)
470. Gibson in "Braveheart"
471. Glasgow guy
472. Glaswegian or Edinburgher
473. Glaswegian e.g.
474. Glaswegian for example
475. Glaswegian for instance
476. Glaswegian for one
477. Glaswegian.
478. Glengarry man.
479. Glengarry wearer
480. Glengarry wearer.
481. Golfer Colin Montgomerie is one
482. Golfer Colin Montgomerie e.g.
483. Golfer Montgomerie e.g.
484. Golfer Montgomerie e.g.
485. Gordon Brown by birth
486. Gordon Brown for one
487. Gordon Ramsay e.g.
488. Graham Bell for one
489. Groundskeeper Willie e.g.
490. Groundskeeper Willie for one
491. Guy from Glasgow
492. Guy from Perth
493. Guy on the bagpipes maybe
494. Haggis eater
495. Haggis eater likely
496. Haggis eater most likely
497. He followed Ma for good luck
498. He speaks with a burr
499. Hebrides native
500. Hebrides resident.
501. Highland games participant
502. Highlander or Lowlander
503. Highlander e.g.
504. Highlander.
505. Inverclyde resident
506. Inverness inhabitant e.g.
507. Inverness native
508. Irvine Welsh or J. K. Rowling e.g.
509. It'll set you back
510. J. K. Rowling or Arthur Conan Doyle e.g.
511. J. K. Rowling by residence
512. J.K. Rowling is one
513. James Barrie e.g.
514. James Doohan was not one
515. James Herriot for one
516. James I for one
517. James M. Barrie e.g.
518. James Watt by birth
519. James Watt for one
520. Jamie Fraser for one
521. John Paul Jones was one by birth.
522. KT Tunstall or David Byrne by birth
523. Kilt sporter
524. Kilt sporter perhaps
525. Kilt-wearer
526. Kilted one
527. Kiltie.
528. Kiltie?
529. Laddie or lassie
530. Lady Macbeth e.g.
531. Lady Macbeth for one
532. Lauder for one
533. Lauder for one.
534. Leith lass e.g.
535. Local near a loch
536. Lochinvar.
537. Mac man?
538. Macadam was one
539. Macbeth or Duncan e.g.
540. Macbeth or Lady Macbeth e.g.
541. Macbeth or Macduff
542. Macbeth e.g.
543. Macbeth for one
544. Macbeth for one.
545. Macintosh e.g.
546. Man from Dumfries.
547. Man of Perth.
548. Man with a burr.
549. Many a University of Aberdeen student
550. Many a person whose name starts "Mc-"
551. Many a wearer of plaid
552. Mary Garden for one.
553. Mary Stuart e.g.
554. Mary Stuart is a famous one
555. Mary Stuart e.g.
556. Mary Stuart for one
557. Mary notably
558. Mathematician Napier for one
559. Member of a Gaelic tribe
560. Moira Shearer for one
561. Money assessed
562. Mungo Park was one
563. Muriel Spark or Robert Burns
564. Musician Annie Lennox e.g.
565. Nae sayer (4)
566. Nae-sayer?
567. Native of Perth.
568. One celebrating the holiday Hogmanay
569. One climbing Ben Lomond perhaps
570. One famously conscious of cost
571. One for whom "I don't know" is "A dinna ken"
572. One from Aberdeen
573. One from Dundee
574. One from Edinburgh
575. One from the Land of Cakes
576. One listening to bagpipe music perhaps
577. One of a group calling themselves "Albannaich"
578. One spotting Nessie probably
579. One way to be free
580. One wearing a sporran
581. One whose coat of arms displays a unicorn
582. Orkney resident
583. Part of the U.K.
584. Person from Aberdeen
585. Person from Edinburgh
586. Person from Paisley
587. Person whose name begins "Mc " often
588. Person whose name begins "Mc- " often
589. Person whose name might start with Mc-
590. Person whose name starts Mc- maybe
591. Person whose name starts with Mac- maybe
592. Peter Capaldi e.g.
593. Philosopher David Hume for one
594. Pollard of the NBA
595. Princess Merida e.g.
596. Queen Mary was one
597. Queen Mary's subject
598. Queen Mary for one
599. RLS was one
600. Resident of Dundee
601. Resident of Glasgow
602. Rob Roy e.g.
603. Rob Roy for example
604. Rob Roy for one
605. Robbie Burns for one
606. Robbie Coltrane e.g.
607. Robert Bruce e.g.
608. Robert Burns e.g.
609. Robert Burns was one
610. Robert Burns by birth
611. Robert Burns e.g.
612. Robert Burns for one
613. Robert III e.g.
614. Robert Louis Stevenson by birth
615. Robert Louis Stevenson e.g.
616. Robert Louis Stevenson for one
617. Robert Louis Stevenson notably
618. Robert the Bruce subject
619. Robert the Bruce.
620. Roderick Dhu e.g.
621. Roderick Dhu.
622. Scott for example.
623. Scott for one
624. Sean Connery e.g.
625. Sean Connery is one
626. Sean Connery among many
627. Sean Connery by birth
628. Sean Connery e.g.
629. Sean Connery for one
630. Sean Connery may he rest in peace for one
631. Sean Connery nationally speaking
632. Sean Connery notably
633. Shinty player
634. Shirley Manson e.g.
635. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle by birth
636. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle for one
637. Sir Walter Scott aptly
638. Sir William Wallace for one
639. Skye native
640. Skye resident
641. Sporran sporter
642. St. Andrews golf club member
643. St. Andrews golf club member typically
644. St. Andrews resident
645. Stirling citizen
646. Stirling man
647. Subject of Queen Mary
648. Tartan sporter
649. Tartan wearer maybe
650. Tax
651. The Proclaimers countryman
652. The economist Adam Smith for one
653. Thomas Lipton for one
654. Tony Blair e.g.
655. Traditional bagpipe player
656. Traditional eater of deep-fried Mars bars
657. Traditional eater of tattie scones
658. Traditional kilt wearer
659. Traditional wearer of plaid
660. Typical kilt wearer
661. Uncle Scrooge for one
662. Under control
663. Voter in the news 9/18/2014
664. Watt was one
665. Watt e.g.
666. Watt for one
667. Watt for one.
668. What Watt was
669. What was Watt?
670. William Wallace for one
671. William Wallace e.g.
672. William Wallace for one
673. ___ free (unharmed).
674. ___-free (without punishment)
675. ___-free.
676. His heart's in the Highlands
677. Thompson of the Giants is one
678. Mary Stuart, for one
679. Clansman
680. Hero of "The Hasty Heart"
681. 3 , for instance
682. Campbell
683. Shirley Manson, e.g.
684. Gentleman with Paisley ties?
685. Adam Smith, for example
686. Macbeth, e.g.
687. Golfer Montgomerie, e.g.
688. Caledonian, e.g.
689. St. Andrews golf club member, typically
690. Bagpipes player, often (Abbr.)
691. Captain Kidd or Sean Connery, e.g.
692. Groundskeeper Willie, for one
693. Queen Mary, for one
694. Bagpipes player, often
695. One may say "nae"
696. Mary Stuart e.g.
697. Glaswegians
698. 1929 sealing device
699. Golfer Montgomerie e.g.
700. Sean Connery e.g.
701. Nova ____
702. Get off ____ free
703. William Wallace for one
704. Northern sea duck
705. Robert Burns e.g.
706. Edinburgh residents
707. Clan group
708. Hearty soup
709. Robert Louis Stevenson, for one
710. Nova's companion
711. Mary Stuart, e.g.
712. Sir William Wallace, for one
713. They may be swaying
714. Macbeth or Duncan, e.g.
715. Composer Joplin
716. Aberdeen folk
717. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, for one
718. Wearer of 9-Down
719. George or Willard
720. Dumbarton denizens
721. Rob Roy liquor
722. Dilbert cartoonist Adams
723. What Mary was queen of
724. Any guy from Aberdeen
725. Wirehaired breed of dog (var.)
726. Person whose name begins "Mc," often
727. William Wallace, e.g.
728. Some whiskey
729. Haggis eater, most likely
730. Headquarters to London detectives
731. Edinburgh natives
732. Garbage boat
733. Nova ___
734. Garbage hauler
735. Kenilworth author
736. Certain terrier
737. Unpunished
738. Edinburgh's locale, in poetry
739. Great guy
740. Glasgow natives
741. See 78-Across
742. Use steel wool on
743. Digital camera memory holders
744. Coral and Red
745. Gaunt
746. Leftover bit
747. 'Skedaddle!'
748. Brawls
749. Drag one's feet
750. Conger, for one
751. Barge on Boston Bay
752. Nova follower
753. Rob Roy author
754. Astronaut Carpenter
755. Nova _____
756. Ivanhoe novelist
757. Ivanhoe writer
758. Macbeth, for one
759. Way to get off
760. Nix
761. Use a fisherman to put the kibosh on?
762. Land of Robert Burns
763. Alexander Graham Bell, by birth
764. Graham Bell, for one
765. Voter in the news, 9/18/2014
766. Halifax, Nova __
767. Robert Burns's country
768. Home to St. Andrews
769. Ewan McGregor and Sean Connery, for two
770. Garbage barge
771. Galwegian, e.g.
772. British breakfast foods
773. Technocracy chief.
774. Native of the Grampians.
775. What Queen Elizabeth is.
776. Search for diligently.
777. U. S. General, 1841–1861.
778. Brigadoonians.
779. Bruce was one.
780. Blind spot in the visual field: Med.
781. Rob Roy is one.
782. Robert Burns was one.
783. Truman's nickname for Sen. Lucas.
784. Hector McNeil, for instance.
785. Surf ducks.
786. Queen Elizabeth, for example.
787. Rob Roy was one.
788. Sir David Fyfe, for instance.
789. Large sea duck.
790. Canny and clanny.
791. Member of a clan.
792. Native of Dundee.
793. Native of Nairn.
794. Sir Harry Lauder, for instance.
795. Sea duck.
796. Hero of "The Hasty Heart."
797. His heart's in the Highlands.
798. Man of Aberdeen.
799. Mary Stuart, for one.
800. Thompson of the Giants is one.
801. Men of Maxwelltown.
802. Angus or Sandy.
803. Campbell.
804. Man from the Orkneys.
805. Man of Maxwelton.
806. Stamp out.
807. Dowager Queen Elizabeth is one.
808. James I of England.
809. Scott was one.
810. Large sea ducks.
811. Native of Aberdeen.
812. Native of Inverness.
813. Person from Peeblesshire.
814. Like Burns.
815. Part of U. K.: Abbr.
816. Synonym for 31 Down.
817. ___ free.
818. Glengarry.
819. Great ___, a variety of potato.
820. Man from Glengarry.
821. Caledonia.
822. John Paul Jones was one, by birth.
823. Scott, for example.
824. Members of the famous Black Watch.
825. Household aid.
826. Arctic sea duck.
827. Macbeth, for one.
828. Mary Garden, for one.
829. Diving duck.
830. Kilties.
831. Country: Poet.
832. Lauder, for one.
833. Watt, for one.
834. Popular adhesive.
835. Uncle Scrooge, for one
836. Man from the Orkneys
837. Man of Maxwelton
838. James I of England
839. Dowager Queen Elizabeth is one
840. Scott was one
841. Roderick Dhu
842. Person from Peeblesshire
843. Synonym for 31
844. Dandie Dinmont
845. Great ___, a variety of potato
846. Man from Glengarry
847. ___ free (unharmed)
848. British subject
849. John Paul Jones was one, by birth
850. Robert the Bruce
851. Scott, for example
852. Bobbie Burns
853. Man from Dumfries
854. Man with a burr
855. Lochinvar
856. Hebrides resident
857. See
858. Mary Garden, for one
859. Native of Perth
860. Rob Roy, eg
861. Burns or Lauder, eg
862. Carlyle, eg
863. Warrior at Culloden Moor:
864. Northern Briton
865. Cost upsetting Caledonian
866. One might wear a kilt
867. Second home in country — one located in 10?
868. Annie Lennox, e.g.