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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    DICKSON, John (c.1707-67), of Kilbucho, Peebles.

    Charles, was his cousin and near neighbour, he remained firmly anti-Jacobite. When on 26 June 1746 Murray, a fugitive after Culloden, visited Kilbucho House in disguise,to his great mortification neither the gentleman himself [Old Kilbucho] nor his youngest son were

    WALLOP, Hon. Bluett (1726-49).

    Biography Bluett Wallop served in Flanders in 1743 and 1744 as a page of honour to the King and at Culloden in 1746 as equerry to the Duke of Cumberland. Returned as a government supporter for Newport in 1747 on

    FORBES, John (c.1673-1734), of Culloden, Inverness.

    (c.1673-1734), of Culloden, Inverness. Constituency Dates Nairnshire 1713 1715 Inverness-shire 1715 1722 Nairnshire 1722 1727 Ofifces Held M.P. [S] Nairnshire 1704-7; dep. lt. Inverness-shire 1715-16; commr. of the equivalent 1716-17; provost, Inverness 1716, 1721. Biography John Forbes was descended from

    KEPPEL, George, Visct. Bury (1724-72).

    of the Duke of Cumberland, whom he served as aide-decamp at Dettingen, Fontenoy and Culloden. He was chosen by Cumberland to bring the news of Culloden to the King, who gave him a present of £1,000 and made him his

    BRODIE, Alexander (d.1770), of Lethen, Nairnshire.

    undeniably owes the estate of Lethen to my grandfather. Next, the chief occasion of my breach with the laird of Culloden [John Forbes] was my inclination of bringing him [Brodie of Lethen] in for Nairn and he trusted to it

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Sport, ancient and modern Boxing

    eyes so swelling from Slack 's blows that he could not see. The Duke of Cumberland , the victor of Culloden , who was Broughton 's backer, was said to have lost 10,000 guineas over the match. After Slack succeeded

    The eighteenth century City government

    several gold boxes in which the freedom of the city was presented: one worth 100 guineas for the 'Butcher' after Culloden , a similar one for Prince George when he came to the races in 1789 , and one of

    Enfield Public services

    was left uninclosed under the Act of 1806 and later placed under the management of the vicar, churchwardens, and overseers. Culloden Rowan gave £500 for its upkeep c . 1880 and in 1898 it was transferred to Enfield U. D.C.

    The eighteenth century Politics and military affairs

    by accident. 55 By May of the following year the corporation was able to send congratulations to the king on Culloden and to invite Cumberland to accept the freedom of the city in a hundred-guinea gold box. 56 Cumberland accepted

    Enfield Growth after 1850 ENFIELD DEVELOPMENT FROM THE MID 19TH CENTURY

    were mainly for middle-class commuters. The most ambitious plan was that begun in 1879 by A. Culloden Rowan, who constructed Bycullah, Rowantree , and Culloden roads on the 54-acre estate of Bycullah Park, a house north of Windmill Hill built

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    e (5ofn dltforol. JulD"S MACCABMEUS. MI. Nid da yn ngolwg y cenhedloedd eylchynol ydoedd y lwyddiant a ddilynodd ymdrechion Judas a'i frodyr. Gwnaethant gyngrair felly a'u gilydd i ymosod ar Judas, gan fwriadu ei lwyr ddifetha. Ond yn yr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o Ffive succrwv nice Mlonarchs, oegiyn'mg with King Wilhiaatm She hore ,a :siti;iguidted part in the harrios of Ds ttitn;eu, Culloden/ -,. , &a. under tle Duke of Cumberlaud. Amongst thie mlany s rprising particulars related con- cerring the nreservation Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    father of the city of Durham, Thtsrs tiemaur served. as a surgeto to tbe Ist regrinewt at the battles ef Falki rlnd Culloden : Printed and pabifshed by JonJ HUNT, at the 3x^-'NS' Ohce, 21, ldaiden4a-nei , covnt GardtLrtpitc 9 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    restore the Stuarts, for ob- vious reasons, veils the merciless conduct of tile Duke of Cinrberland after the battle of Culloden ; in the present Memoirs the brutal and unnecessary cruelty of that san- guinary Commander is briefly damned to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rebellion of 1745, he served in the ranks of Prince "Charles's army as a common soldier. After the battle of Culloden, he was pursued by a party of the King's troops; when he fled " for safety and for succour Subscribers-only content

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Friday 13th September 1844

    rather cold. The Master of Strathallan showed us a sword, which his Greet Grandfather had used at the Battle of Culloden , where he was killed. The family were attainted for the part he played, & it was only the

    Monday 10th June 1850

    made Peers without establishments, I therefore proposed his being called up as Earl of Tipperary , one of Uncle's titles. Culloden , which is the other, is out of the question. - Drove out in the afternoon with Mama, Charles

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    The Report from the Committee of the Guild-Hall Subscription towards the Relief Support and Encouragement of the Soldiers employed in Supressing the Rebellion in M DCC XLV., 11 June 1747

    Service — •* *>' To his Royal Highnefs the Duke To be di.- 1000) vided amongft the Regiments engaged at Culloden i" 4° ^ "QOO — s To his Royal Highhefs the Duke—To" be given to > the Subalterns — Subscribers-only content

    3 March 1736, 3 March 1737

    30th, 1736." " Copy of a Letter ftom the Lord Advocate of Scot- " land, to the Duke of Newcaflle, Culloden, near Inver- nefs, Odder ift, 1736." c< cc Copy of a Letter from the Duke of Newcaflle, to " Subscribers-only content

    1 August 1746, 1 August 1746

    judicially defigned by Providence, to render the more fignal that Vengeance which was referved for them at the Battle of Culloden. How much was owing, on that memo¬ rable Day, to the Bravery and Difcipline of His Majefty's Troops, to Subscribers-only content

    9 March 1746, 9 March 1747

    receiving any Patent of Honour, or Coinmiffion, from the Pretender; and of the Prifoner's being taken after the Battle of Culloden. And the Prifonu- declining to crofs-examine the faid Witnefs: The Houfe was moved," To adjourn to the Cham- " Subscribers-only content

    13 March 1746, 13 March 1747

    fworn, and examined as to what paffed at a Meeting of the Chief of the Clans after the Battle of Culloden; and of any, and what, Concern the Prifoner had on that Occafion. He was crofs examined, whether he had Subscribers-only content

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    Tandem Triumphans, 1746

    Satire on the battle of Culloden: the English cavalry led by the Duke of Cumberland rout the Scottish infantry; Prince Charles Edward Stuart, crying "Ruin'd & Defeated Save yr Selves", gallops off with his general John William O'Sullivan (they are

  • * The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913 *

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    Ordinary's Account, 11/11/1751

    War , where he remained about ten Months, and behaved tolerably w ell. He was then turn'd over to the Culloden , where he regain'd his former Character, and was at the taking of several valuable Prizes. He landed at

 

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