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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Learn about the fate of Bonnie Prince Charlie and the Jacobite Rebellion.
Using the death mask of Prince Charles Edward Stuart, who died in 1788, forensic artist Hew Morrison came up with a lifelike image of the leader of the Jacobite Rebellion.
ON THIS DAY 1715: James Stuart, the 'Old Pretender', landed at Peterhead to lead a Jacobite rebellion. It failed.
It covered the village's history from the Iron Age and through the time of Robert the Bruce, Mary Queen of Scots, Jacobite rebellion and beyond.
This second run now gets a prime time slot and sees Claire and Jamie entering the lavish world of French society in an effort to infiltrate the Jacobite rebellion and prevent the battle of Culloden.
Jocasta escaped Scotland with her husband, Hector Cameron, after the Jacobite Rebellion. She and her husband bought River Run, a plantation that started struggling after Hector's death.
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. It failed.
Soldiers led by the Duke of Cumberland were billeted there as they crushed the Jacobite rebellion in the Highlands.
As Claire finds herself embroiled in the Jacobite rebellion, she realises her knowledge of the future could help protect her lover.
Klinger's 'Weather and the Jacobite Rebellion of 1719' looks to a specific example of metereological agency in tracing the influence of climate on a historical moment of rebellion: namely, the endeavours of the followers of James Stuart (heir to the English throne) and their abortive invasion plans couched in consort with Spain in the early years of the eighteenth century.