Origins of the 'Forty-five : and other papers relating to that rising by Blaikie

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Editor Blaikie, Walter Biggar, 1847-1928
LoC No. 16017141
Title Origins of the 'Forty-five : and other papers relating to that rising
Alternate Title Origins of the '45 : and other papers relating to that rising
Original Publication Edinburgh: Printed at the University press by T. and A. Constable for the Scottish History Society, 1916.
Contents Papers of John Murray of Broughton found after Culloden -- Memorial concerning the Highlands, written by Alexander Macbean, Minister of Inverness -- An account of the late rebellion from Ross and Sutherland, written by Daniel Munro, Minister of Tain -- Memoirs of the rebellion in 1745 and 1746, so far as it concerned the counties of Aberdeen and Banff -- A true account of Mr. John Daniel's progress with Prince Charles Edward in the years 1745 and 1746, written by himself -- Neil Maceachain's narrative of the wanderings of Prince Charles in the Hebrides -- A short narrative of the conduct of Ludovick Grant of Grant during the Rebellion -- The case of the Rev. John Grant, Minister of Urquhart; and of Alexander Grant of Sheugly in Urquhart, and James Grant, his son -- A narrative of sundry services performed, together with an account of money disposed in the service of the government during the late rebellion, by Walter Grossett -- Letters and orders from the correspondence of Walter Grossett -- A short account of the battles of Preston, Falkirk, and Culloden, by Andrew Lumisden, then private secretary to Prince Charles -- Appendices: I. The Jacobite Lord Sempill. II. Murray and the Bishopric of Edinburgh. III. Sir James Steuart. IV. The Guildhall Relief Fund. V. Cardinal York's Memorial to the Pope. VI. The Macdonalds. VII. Tables showing kinship of Highland chiefs. VIII. Lists of Highland gentlemen who took part in the 'Forty-five.
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Language English
LoC Class DA: History: General and Eastern Hemisphere: Great Britain, Ireland, Central Europe
Subject Jacobite Rebellion, 1745-1746
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