Jacobite Rebellion


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Jacobite Rebellion

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1. (Historical Terms) history Brit the unsuccessful Jacobite rising of 1715 led by James Francis Edward Stuart
2. (Historical Terms) the last Jacobite rising (1745-46) led by Charles Edward Stuart, the Young Pretender, which after initial successes was crushed at Culloden
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There have been uprisings and rebels, the Battle of Newburn was fought here during the English Civil War, and many a noble Northumberland family was ruined in the Jacobite Rebellion of 1745.
1715: James Stuart, the'Old Pretender', landed at Peterhead to lead a Jacobite rebellion.
1715: James Stuart, the 'Old Pretender', landed at Peterhead to lead a Jacobite rebellion.
ON THIS DAY 1715: James Stuart, the 'Old Pretender', landed at Peterhead to lead a Jacobite rebellion.
Soldiers led by the Duke of Cumberland were billeted there as they crushed the Jacobite rebellion in the Highlands.
1745 Bonnie Prince Charlie, above, raises his standard in Glenfinnan which becomes the start of the Second Jacobite Rebellion, known as The 45.
As Claire finds herself embroiled in the Jacobite rebellion, she realises her knowledge of the future could help protect her lover.
The Jacobite Rebellion when British Army troops were sent north to stop an army of invading Scots will be recreated on both Saturday and Sunday.
The Scotch Piper was originally known as The Royal Oak, until a Highland piper, injured in the 1745 Jacobite rebellion, is said to have taken refuge at the inn and fallen in love with, and married, the innkeeper's daughter.
Black discusses the events in British history that influenced foreign and domestic relations under George Is rule, including the Glorious Revolution and the Restoration, in addition to more contemporary influences, such as the Jacobite Rebellion.
Fans of the franchise have so far seen that the Scots were preparing for the Jacobite rebellion.