The Battle of Falkirk 1746


A Map of the Battle
Based on that in the Public Record Office, Kew - MPF 1/350

Map of the Battle

Explanation

A : Where the Dragoons first formed.
B : Where the Foot first formed.
C : The Dragoons as they engaged.
D : The Foot as they were formed when the Dragoons engaged.
E : The Glasgow Militia.
F : The Rebel Army as they moved up the hill, and engaged on the highest ground.
G : A Body of the Rebels moving towards the baggage of the Kings Army.
H : The Argyleshire Men and Lord Loudons drawn up to oppose that party.
I  : Where Barrels and Legoniers Regiments pursued the left of the Rebels after they were broke.

The King's Army

a  : Legonier's Foot
b  : Price's Foot
c  : Royal Foot
d  : Pulteney's Foot
e  : Cholmondely's Foot
f   : Wolfe's Foot
g  : Battereau's Foot
h  : Barrel's Foot
i   : Fleming's Foot
j   : Monro's Foot
k  : Blackney's Foot
l   : Howard's Foot
m : Hamilton's Dragoons
n  : Cobham's Dragoons
o  : Legonier's Dragoons

The Rebel Army

1   : Fraser's (400)
2   : ? (400)
3   : Lochiel's (900)
4   : Appin's (300)
5   : Glengarry's (900)
6   : Clanronald's (400)
7   : Keppoch's (400)
8   : Drummond's (450)
9   : Cromartie (700)
10 : Farquarson's (700)
11 : Gordon's (900)
12 : Ogilvy's (1000)
13 : Atholl's (1000)
14 : Pretender's Guards (450)

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