The Battle of Culloden 1746


'As far as I could distinguish, at the distance of twenty paces, the English appeared to be drawn up in six (actually three) ranks, the three first being upon their knees, and keeping up a terrible running fire on us. My unfortunate friend Scothouse was killed by my side, but I was not so deeply affected at the moment of his fall as I have been ever since' -

The Chevalier de Johnstone, who charged with the Glengarry Macdonalds against Pulteney's.

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Accounts Of The Battle 
 

The Duke of Cumberlands account

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The Battle of Culloden
Scotland 1746

Following the battle the 13th regt. receives 276 13s 4d as its share of the 4000 bounty raised by the Lord Mayor of London.

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