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"Those who live in glass houses should not throw stones" is a proverb used in several countries, including England, Italy and Spain. In England it was associated with the Union of the Crowns. After London was overwhelmed with immigrants from Scotland, the Duke of Buckingham organized a campaign against them in which they retaliated by smashing the windows of the Duke's mansion in St. Martin's Field. The mansion had so many windows it was nicknamed the "Glass House."[1][2] This was not the origin of the proverb as it was used earlier in Italy and Spain.[3] See also Pot calling the kettle black The Mote and the Beam References ^ "Sayings that never grow old: Wit and humour of well-known quotations", Marshall Brown. Small, Maynard & company, 1918. p. 222 ^ "Dictionary of phrase and fable: giving the derivation, source, or origin of common phrases, allusions, and words that have a tale to tell", Ebenezer Cobham Brewer. Cassell, 1900. p. 523 ^ Walter Keating Kelly (1861), "Those who live in glass houses should not throw stones", Proverbs of all nations, compared, explained, pp. 119-120, http://books.google.co.uk/books?id=WxplAAAAMAAJ&pg=PA119