3 edition of Jacobite correspondence of the Atholl family found in the catalog.
in Edinburgh : Printed for the Abbotsford Club, 1840
Written in English
|Contributions||Burton, John Hill, 1809-1881, Laing, David, 1793-1878|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 258 p..  folded leaf of plates : facsims. ; 27 cm.|
|Number of Pages||258|
It would appear that after his return to the continent he had been created by the exiled prince Duke of Rannoch (Jacobite Correspondence of the Atholl Family, p. ), but after the death of his father in he was recognised by the Jacobites as Duke of Atholl. Andrew Fisher, "A Traveller's History of Scotland", Indexes to the "Service of Heirs in Scotland". Duke of Athole, "Families of Tullybardine and Atholl" Lachlan Rattray, Mansuscripts. Stodart, "Scottish Arms" "Jacobite correspondence of the Atholl family, during the Rebellion, MDCCXLV-VI" () "Old Law Paper, Edinburgh.
This story emerged through the chance survival of an archive of documents covering a dozen generations of a family that lived in Atholl in Highland Perthshire. One was killed fighting Cromwell’s soldiers. Another was clapped in the Tower of London after the Rising. Another died at Culloden. Others fought against Napoleon, ran slave plantations [ ]. "Another Jacobite attempt four years later, this time with the support of Catholic Spain and led by George Keith, the Earl Marischal of Scotland, William Murray, Marquess of Tallibardane, and his brother Lord George Murray (sons of the Chief of Clan Murray, James Murray,1st Duke of Atholl), all of whom had been exiled for thiier part in the Reviews:
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Based in Perthshire, the Murray family played an important role in all Jacobite rebellions, whether as rebels or supporters of the government. During the Great Rising ofthe head of the family the Duke of Atholl remained loyal to the Hanoverian government but three of his sons were : £ The Jacobite rising of was a revolt seeking to restore James II & VII, following his deposition in November Adherents of the exiled House of Stuart were known as 'Jacobites', from Jacobus, Latin for James, and the associated political movement as Jacobitism.
Part of the wider European conflict known as the Nine Years War, the Scottish rising was launched in support of the to. Full text of "Jacobite correspondence of the Atholl family: during the rebellion, - : from the originals in the possession of James Erskine of Aberdona, Esq" See other formats.
Book Description: The first edition of The Myth of the Jacobite Clans was a revolutionary book. It argued that British history had long sought to caricature Jacobitism rather than to understand it, and that the Jacobite Risings drew on extensive Lowland support and had a national quality within Scotland.
Blair Castle to reopen with new Jacobite exhibition exploring family tensions during the rebellions by Sean O'Neil July 29am Updated: July 29am. Jacobite correspondence of the Atholl family. Edinburgh, Printed for the Abbotsford club, (OCoLC) Named Person: Atholl family; Atholl family.
Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors /. Within the tour is a special exhibition we are launching this season.
The exhibition, ‘The Atholls, a family divided’ transports us to the time of the Jacobite Risings. Here we discover the intrigue and plots that placed the Atholl Murrays at the heart of the Jacobite cause which split the family for 60 turbulent years.
Atholl also failed to recognise the needs of his younger sons and Charles turned against him in a bitter war of words.
Out of the three brothers it was George (featured image), the future Jacobite General, who received the most support and seemed most content, briefly settling in. "Jacobite Correspondence of the Atholl Family", Page "Chronicles of Atholl and Tullibardine", Vol.
III The Duke of Atholls response to Grigor Murray MacGregor, requesting that he find Donald Macklairane, Drover in Balquhidder, hopefully in a good disposition and willing to help the Jacobite.
Jacobite Correspondence Of The Atholl Family. Author by: John Hill Burton Languange: en Publisher by: This story emerged through the chance survival of an archive of documents covering a dozen generations of a family that lived in Atholl in Highland Perthshire.
One was killed fighting Cromwell's soldiers. The book will appeal to. Jacobite, in British history, a supporter of the deposed Stuart king James II (Latin: Jacobus) and his descendants.
Support for ‘the king over the water,’ as the exiled claimants to the throne were known, retained a sentimental appeal after the movement’s decline, especially in the Scottish Highlands.
Duke of Atholl, alternatively Duke of Athole, named after Atholl in Scotland, is a title in the Peerage of Scotland held by the head of Clan was created by Queen Anne in for John Murray, 2nd Marquess of Atholl, with a special remainder to the heir male of his father, the 1st Marquess.
Buy Living in Atholl, A Social History of the Estates 1st by Leneman, Leah (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. The Jacobite Rising of and the Murray Family – Brothers in Arms, Rosalind Anderson. The Murrays were one of the senior families within the Scottish aristocracy, and during the period covered by this book the head of the family, John Murray, became the Dukes of Atholl.
Three of his sons fought on the Jacobite side during the ’15, but. Simon Fraser, 11th Lord Lovat, (born c. —died April 9,London, Eng.), Scottish Jacobite, chief of clan Fraser, noted for his violent feuds and changes of allegiance.
Grandson of the 7th Lord Lovat, Simon Fraser persuaded the weak 9th Lord Lovat to settle the liferent of his estates on his father inbut the destination of the estates had already been settled in favour of.Jacobite Clans is on at Perth Museum and Art Gallery from 29 June to 26 October Admission is free.
Jacobite Clans has been developed in partnership with Blair Castle & Archive, the Library of Innerpeffray, National Galleries Scotland, Drambuie Collection at William Grant & Sons, Clan Donnachaidh Museum and a number of private collections.Jacobite correspondence of the Atholl family: during the rebellion, (Editor) 2 copies; Political and social economy: its practical application 2 copies; Letters of eminent persons, addressed to David Hume 2 copies; The History of Scotland, Volume VII 1 copy; The History of Scotland, from Agricola's Invasion to the Extinction of the 1 copy.