Ùrachadh mu Dheireadh 21/03/2017
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TIOTAL
Iain Mac an Tòisich à Obar Àrdair
EXTERNAL ID
AB_INVTOWNHOUSE07_69
ÀITE
Inbhir Nis
CRUTHADAIR
Sir Henry Raeburn
NEACH-FIOSRACHAIDH
Am Baile
AITHNEACHADH MAOINE
444
KEYWORDS
Taigh a' Bhaile Inbhir Nis
dealbhan
pròbhaistean
An Ridire Eanraig Raeburn
Cùil Lodair
John Mackintosh of Aberarder

Tha an dealbh seo de Iain Mac an Tòisich, leis an Ridire Eanraig Raeburn, crochte ann an Seòmar a' Phròbhaist ann an Taigh a' Bhaile Inbhir Nis. Chaidh a toirt dhan bhaile le neach-dàimh de dh'Iain Mac an Tòisich anns an t-Samhain 1897.

Bha Iain Mac an Tòisich à Obar Àrdair na Phròbhaist air Inbhir Nis bho 1794 gu 1797 agus bho 1800 gu 1803.

Tha an earrann a leanas, a chaidh a thoirt bho 'Culloden Moor and the Story of the Battle' le Pàdraig MacAnndrais (foillsichte: Sruighle: MacAoidh, 1920), a' toirt iomradh air Pròbhaist mac an Tòisich.

'A significant testimony to the wanton cruelty of the English troopers existed to a comparatively recent period, in the person of Provost John MacIntosh of Inverness, father of the late Mr. Charles MacIntosh of Aberarder. Being an infant of eighteen months at the time of the Prince's stay at Inverness, he had been sent with his nurse, to be out of the way, to a house somewhere in the neighbourhood of Culloden. A few days after the battle a party of dragoons had gone into the house in the nurse's absence, and, finding the child in a cradle, they, after pillaging the house, placed the cradle, with the infant in it, on the fire. When found by the nurse, the embryo magistrate was a good deal scorched: and till his dying day he bore the marks on his arms. In convivial moods, Provost MacIntosh used jocularly to boast that he had been wounded at Culloden'
Chaochail Iain Mac an Tòisich ann an 1815

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Iain Mac an Tòisich à Obar Àrdair

Taigh a' Bhaile Inbhir Nis; dealbhan; pròbhaistean; An Ridire Eanraig Raeburn; Cùil Lodair

Am Baile

Inverness Town House 2007

Tha an dealbh seo de Iain Mac an Tòisich, leis an Ridire Eanraig Raeburn, crochte ann an Seòmar a' Phròbhaist ann an Taigh a' Bhaile Inbhir Nis. Chaidh a toirt dhan bhaile le neach-dàimh de dh'Iain Mac an Tòisich anns an t-Samhain 1897.<br /> <br /> Bha Iain Mac an Tòisich à Obar Àrdair na Phròbhaist air Inbhir Nis bho 1794 gu 1797 agus bho 1800 gu 1803.<br /> <br /> Tha an earrann a leanas, a chaidh a thoirt bho 'Culloden Moor and the Story of the Battle' le Pàdraig MacAnndrais (foillsichte: Sruighle: MacAoidh, 1920), a' toirt iomradh air Pròbhaist mac an Tòisich. <br /> <br /> 'A significant testimony to the wanton cruelty of the English troopers existed to a comparatively recent period, in the person of Provost John MacIntosh of Inverness, father of the late Mr. Charles MacIntosh of Aberarder. Being an infant of eighteen months at the time of the Prince's stay at Inverness, he had been sent with his nurse, to be out of the way, to a house somewhere in the neighbourhood of Culloden. A few days after the battle a party of dragoons had gone into the house in the nurse's absence, and, finding the child in a cradle, they, after pillaging the house, placed the cradle, with the infant in it, on the fire. When found by the nurse, the embryo magistrate was a good deal scorched: and till his dying day he bore the marks on his arms. In convivial moods, Provost MacIntosh used jocularly to boast that he had been wounded at Culloden'<br /> Chaochail Iain Mac an Tòisich ann an 1815