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James Johnston

Scotland’s Secretary of Condition and envoy to Prussia through the 1690s. He was also an associate of the home of Commons from 1708 to 1710. Coming back from self-imposed exile to his indigenous land following the Glorious Trend, he was appointed Joint Secretary of Condition for Scotland. He was ultimately dismissed from his post after way too many needs for guaranteed property and cash. He was raised in Holland, his dad, a Cromwell supporter was performed by Charles II. He was an associate of the British isles and Scottish aristocracy, as was Adam II.

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