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Classic Jacobites Vol 2 – 2008/12

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Three selected past issues of the 1745 Association Journal, "The Jacobite". This pack includes the following editions:

  1. Edition No 127 (Summer 2008), which includes an obituary of Alastair Livingstone, the annual report for the year to April 2008, and an article on John Rattray, the so-called "golfing Jacobite".
  2. Edition No 128 (Winter 2008) includes an obituary of the Association's President, David Lumsden of Cushnie, who died during the Annual Gathering at Glenfinnan that year. It also contains the first part of a two-part article on the executions of the Earl of Kilmarnock and Lord Balmerino at Tower Hill on August 18th 1746, drawing on contemporary accounts.
  3. Edition No 138 (Spring 2012).This edition contains: [1] the news of a new Jacobite Gallery (Gallery No 4) at the Scottish National Portrait Gallery, [2] a short article by Christian Aikman on the origins of Drambuie, [3] a detailed account of Jacobite operations in Blair Atholl by Christopher Duffy, and [4] the first article by Brian Whiting on the story behind the English Jacobite song, “Derwentwater's Farewell”.
  4. Edition No 139 (Summer 2012) features an article on James Russel, an English Jacobite artist;a report on the commemorative service on Drumossie Moor on April 14th 2012 by Christian Aikman;and an article on the 1964 BBC drama/ documentary on Culloden (Dir: Peter Watkins) by Brian Whiting.
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