Originally published in 1990 this book focusses on the main manoeuvres that took place in Scotland and England between 1688 and the Battle of Culloden in 1746. It provides a detailed chronological narrative of places, people and battles. Many of the sites associated with the Jacobites have not changed greatly in the last two centuries, and the book is extensively illustrated with photographs and specially drawn maps. The book examines objectively the often contradictory and imprecise accounts surviving from the time in order to discover the real events and significance of the Jacobite risings.
Table of Contents
Introduction: Who Were the Jacobites? 1. Revolution and Rebellion, 1688-9 2. The Highland War, 1689-91 3. The Massacre of Glencoe, 1692 4. Union, Unrest and the House of Hanover 5. The Rebellion of 1715: The Scottish Campaign 6. The Rebellion of 1715: The English Campaign 7. Between the ‘Fifteen and the ‘Forty-Five 8. 1745: The Daring Gamble 9. 1745: Advance and Retreat 10. 1746: The Reckoning 11. The Jacobite Twilight
Ian and Kathleen Whyte