The history of the late rebellion, in Great-Britain. [electronic resource] : Collected from authentick memoirs, letters, and intelligencies. As well private as public. Being a genuine and impartial account of all the battles, sieges, enterprizes and exploits, that have been fought, undertaken or executed, during the progress of this unnatural rebellion; the oppressions and cruelties of the rebels: with a particular description of the several actions at Preston-Pans, Clifton, Falkirk, and Culloden; the sieges and defence of the castles of Edinburgh and Stirling; the surrender of Carlisle to the rebels, and the retaking it by His Majesty's forces, under the command of Prince William Duke of Cumberland. Likewise a succinct relation of what has happened at sea, relative to this rebellion; with many other incidents never yet made public. / By John Marchant, gent. Author of the exposition on the Old and New-Testament. ; Published by His Majesty's authority.
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- Jacobite Rebellion, 1745-1746.
Great Britain -- History -- George II, 1727-1760.
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