Discover more about the Jacobites and the Jacobite Risings with this collection of 23 publications. You can search by name, conflict, publication title and year, and keyword.
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A History of the Late Rebellion, 1715
A List of Persons Concerned in the Rebellion 1745-46
A Selection of Scottish Forfeited Estates Papers, 1715-1745
Bonnie Prince Charlie's Song-Book
Chambers' History of the Rebellion of 1745-46
Historical Papers Relating to the Jacobite Period, vol 1, 1699-1750
Historical Papers Relating to the Jacobite Period, vol 2, 1699-1750
History of Scotland from the Revolution to the Extinction of the Last Jacobite Insurrection, 1689-1748
History of the Rebellion in Scotland in 1745
History of the Rebellions in Scotland, 1689-1715
Jacobite Songs and Ballads
Memoirs of the Insurrection in Scotland, 1715
Memoirs of the Jacobites, vol 1, 1715-1745
Memoirs of the Jacobites, vol 2, 1715-1745
Memoirs of the Jacobites, vol 3, 1715-1745
Memoirs of the Rebellion, 1st ed, 1745-46
Memoirs of the Rebellion, 2nd ed, 1745-46
Society & Knowledge in the Highlands at the Rebellion, 1745
Stories Traditionary & Romantic of the Two Rebellions in Scotland, 1715-1745
The Case of the Forfeited Estates, 1715-1716
The Edinburgh History of the Late Rebellion, 1745-1746
The Jacobites and the Union, 1708-1719
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