There is surely something still left of the old spirit in scotia, particularly in spiritual scotia.
Moreover towards the border of the Crown must be Carved a scotia.
He stooped his lips to the rim of his glass, and sipped, lest a drop of scotia's nectar should escape him.
The boys of the 'scotia' are all coming over to Ellan for the great event.
There are now a few words to be said about the name scotia, as applied to Ireland.
Just at the edge of the corona a line should be cut in, called the scotia.
And yet he is as dear to the citizens of this great Republic as to scotia's sons and daughters.
The scotia, from her size, had a right to consider the Duncan as a mere fly-boat.
At an early period Ireland was called scotia, which name was exclusively so applied before the tenth century.
Edinburgh, scotia's darling seat, only forty-four miles distant.