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Classic Jacobites Vol 4 - 2010

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


  1. Edition No 132 (Spring 2010).The edition is rich in first-hand accounts of the '45, containing as it does: [a] extracts from the diary of James Miller of Manchester, who was sentenced to death for his part in the Rising but pardoned; [b] a second letter from Anne Prichard of Preston written in 1822 and recalling events from 1745 and after;and [c] a letter from Duncan Robertson of Drumachuine to the Duke of Atholl dated January 11th 1746.
  2. Edition No 133 (Summer 2010) includes the address given by Brigadier John M MacFarlane, President of the 1745 Association, at the annual commemoration at Culloden in 2010, which is a powerful evocation of the battle; and a poem by William Neill (1922-2010) entitled John Roy Stuart, in which he imagines the voice of the warrior poet in exile and yearning for the Highlands.
  3. Edition No 134 (Winter 2010) includes an account by Dr Christopher Duffy of the Prince at Peebles during his march southwards in November 1745. It also includes articles by Charles Burnett on the impact of the '45 on the Lyon Court and John Holman on an exhibition of the relics of King Charles I in London in May 2010.
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