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A genuine and true journal of the most miraculous escape of the Young Chevalier; from the battle of Culloden to his landing in France; taken from the mouths and journals of the very persons, who assisted him therein, partly wrote in Scotland, and partly in London. : To which is added, twelve articles of highland impeachments, against the Lord G-e M-rr-y. With a short account of what befell the Pr. in France, and the manner of taking him prisoner, and sending him to avignon, and his departure thence for Poland, &c. Together with a brief relation of what became of those chiefs who escaped the battle of Culloden. By an English Gentleman. Preview this item
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A genuine and true journal of the most miraculous escape of the Young Chevalier; from the battle of Culloden to his landing in France; taken from the mouths and journals of the very persons, who assisted him therein, partly wrote in Scotland, and partly in London. : To which is added, twelve articles of highland impeachments, against the Lord G-e M-rr-y. With a short account of what befell the Pr. in France, and the manner of taking him prisoner, and sending him to avignon, and his departure thence for Poland, &c. Together with a brief relation of what became of those chiefs who escaped the battle of Culloden. By an English Gentleman.

Author: John Burton
Publisher: [Dublin] : London: printed; and, Dublin re-printed, [1750?]
Series: Eighteenth century collections online.
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Named Person: Charles Edward, Prince grandson of James II King of England; Charles Edward, Prince grandson of James II King of England
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: John Burton
OCLC Number: 509397956
Notes: An English Gentleman = John Burton.
Lord G-e M-rr-y = Lord George Murray.
Reproduction of original from National Library of Scotland.
Description: 1 online resource (71, [1] p.)
Series Title: Eighteenth century collections online.

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