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Evelyn Tidman Nov 16
£30,000 bounty on his head. But they cannot allow him to live to stand trial. The Stuart prince needs her help to escape. OVER THE SEA TO SKYE
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Dillon's Regiment Nov 16
We're back in for the Bonnie Prince Charlie Weekend. 7th and 8th December.
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Evelyn Tidman Nov 16
Prince Charles Edward Stuart. Hunted and trapped. £30,000 on his head. If they catch him, he will not live to stand trial. Only Flora can help him escape. OVER THE SEA TO SKYE
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Jacobite Rebellions Nov 13
| On 13 November 1715, in Scotland, at Sheriffmuir, near Dunblane, an indecisive battle was fought between led by the Earl of Mar and the King's troops led by the Duke of Argyll.
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Alex Mulholland Nov 17
Replying to @molach95
The officers I named were all executed horribly as English were made an example of, being treated as an even more serious threat to the British state than the Scots. The rank and file were mostly transported, died in prison or were pressed into the British army.
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Andrew Crawford Nov 15
I think you'll find that the were blaming the Union for everything. Act of Union 1707, first jacobite rising 1708. I'll change my opinion if a Historian enlightens me and not some twat with a warped agenda.
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Evelyn Tidman Nov 16
Vicious hunters, a prince dressed as a maid-servant, a Scottish heroine. OVER THE SEA TO SKYE.
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Jacobite Rebellions Nov 13
| The Prince was still at Brampton on 14 November 1745. The siege of Carlisle continued. A white flag was displayed in the evening.
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Battle of Preston 1715 Nov 12
2: 'The Troops of Douglass and Hunter were planted on the South-side of the Church. Captain Wogan was posted with an advance party upon the Street, a little above Sir Henry Hortoun's House: The rest of the Troops were placed by way of Reserve in the Mercat-place.'
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Evelyn Tidman Nov 15
Trapped on the Western Isles. The net closes in. If they catch him, he is a dead man. Only Flora MacDonald can help him escape. OVER THE SEA TO SKYE, Escape from Culloden.
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Jacobite Rebellions Nov 12
| On 13 November 1745, the Prince, finding that Wade was not approaching, sent back half the army to to continue the siege, which was planned by Lord George Murray, and entrusted to the Duke of Perth.
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Battle of Preston 1715 Nov 12
: 'Lord C Murray possessed the in-side of a Hedge that flanked a broad Way from Sir H's Garden: The Mackintoshes were planted at a Wind-Mill upon the Lancaster Road. Mr D...s stood at the Watergate. The [Borders] Gentlemen were posted on the North-side of the Church.'
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Alex Mulholland Nov 17
I was looking through some notes on English from . The Manchester Regiment raised in the 1745 Rising included soldiers from across , as well as Cumbria, Cheshire, also some from the Welsh Borders & Northumberland, Yorkshire etc, also Ireland.
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Outlandish Journeys Nov 11
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Battle of Preston 1715 Nov 10
1715 in Preston know two Dragoon regiments are on alert 'in order to fly if we should march towards or . Though we had an opportunity of cutting off the Enemy, yet General Forrester would not allow us, nor suffer us to March towards Manchester'
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Evelyn Tidman Nov 16
Neil MacEachen, Jacobite agent, working to help Prince Charles Edward Stuart escape. OVER THE SEA TO SKYE
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Battle of Preston 1715 Nov 12
the began on the streets of in . Follow the events through the words of a Scottish officer fighting with the against the Government army.
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Ellen Hawley Nov 15
"Scotland had been bundled into a union with England in 1707, and a lot of Scots weren’t happy about it."
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Outlandish Journeys Nov 13
Read about the only major engagement of the 1715 Rising here: Sheriffmuir 1715 by Stuart Reid for $24.00
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Grosvenor Prints Nov 14
Gen Charles Wills in action against the Rebels at Preston, Lancashire; 1715; ; ; ;
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