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An account of the Battle of Culloden

This account of the battle of Culloden is from the 'Daily Gazeteer', published in London on 5 May 1746. It is entitled 'An accurate Account of the Battle, with Remarks on the Dispositions of the respective Armies.' The battle took place on 16 April. The Jacobites are referred to as the 'Rebels' and the Bonnie Prince Charlie as the 'Italian'. The Prince was born in Rome. The article is from 'An Impartial History of the Late Rebellion in 1745', by S Boyse

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An account of the Battle of Culloden

1740s

Battle of Culloden; Culloden; battles; Bonnie Prince Charlie; Duke of Cumberland; Jacobites; Hanovarians; Charles Edward Stuart; articles; accounts; newspapers

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This account of the battle of Culloden is from the 'Daily Gazeteer', published in London on 5 May 1746. It is entitled 'An accurate Account of the Battle, with Remarks on the Dispositions of the respective Armies.' The battle took place on 16 April. The Jacobites are referred to as the 'Rebels' and the Bonnie Prince Charlie as the 'Italian'. The Prince was born in Rome. The article is from 'An Impartial History of the Late Rebellion in 1745', by S Boyse