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The Act of Settlement later brought about Jacobite uprisings.
The city was occupied by Jacobite supporters on three occasions (1689, 17).
is a city in central Scotland, located on the banks of the River Tay.
It is the administrative centre of Perth and Kinross council area and the historic county of Perthshire.
The founding of Perth Academy in 1760 helped to bring major industries, such as linen, leather, bleach and whisky, to the city.
Given its location, Perth was perfectly placed to become a key transport centre with the coming of the railways, and its first station was built in 1848.
An inflamed mob quickly destroyed the altars in the kirk, and attacked the Houses of the Greyfriars and Blackfriars, and the Carthusian Priory. The regent of infant Mary, Queen of Scots, her mother Marie de Guise, was successful in quelling the rioting but presbyterianism in Perth remained strong.
Today, Perth serves as a retail centre for the surrounding area.
Following the decline of the whisky industry locally, the city's economy has now diversified to include insurance and banking.
The city became one of the richest burghs in the country, doing trade with France, the Low Countries and Baltic Countries for goods such as Spanish silk and French wine.
The Scottish Reformation also played a big role in the city with the sacking of the Houses of the Greyfriars and Blackfriars, after a sermon given by John Knox in St John's Kirk in 1559.
As part of a plan to make Perth a permanent English base within Scotland, Edward III forced six monasteries in Perthshire and Fife to pay for the construction of stone defensive walls, towers and fortified gates around the city in 1336.