Bonnie Prince Charlie | 1720-1788
Found in 18 Collections and/or Records:
Note about 'Clach a Phrionnsa', a stone on which Prince Charles Edward Stuart (Bonnie Prince Charlie) is said to have sat while in hiding in a cave at Milton Farm [Uibhist a Deas/South Uist].
Note about Invernahyle House, [An Apainn/Appin, Earra Ghàidheal/Argyllshire] describing the remains of the old house and its connections with Sir Walter Scott. He also states that the nearby Craobh a' Phrionnsa and Uamh Phrionnsa were both hiding places for Prince Charles Edward Stuart.
Note that Prince Charles [Edward Stuart] slept in a now ruined house in an unnamed place [possibly Scalpaigh/Scalpay]. The site of the house is noted as a 'square plate of freestone'.
Notes on 'Flora MacDonald saying she lived at Kildonan [Cill Donnain, Uibhist a Deas/South Uist], and querying if it was at Roisnis [Ròisinis/Rossinish, Beinn na Faoghla/Benbecula] that she left with Prince Charlie or if it was Loch Aoineart [Loch Aineort, Uibhist a Deas/South Uist].
Poem beginning 'A Thearlaich oig a mhic Righ seumas. ' [Young Charles son of King James [Prince Charles Edward Stuart]/I saw a great pursuit after you], c 1890s
Jacobite poem. 12 stanzas. Begins ' A Thearlaich oig a Mhic Righ Seamus/ Chunna mi toir mhor an deigh ort. . .'. It is written on a bilingual electoral address by James Galloway Weir to the electors of Ross and Cromarty, dated 30 June 1892.
Notes relating to the '45 jacobite rising. Includes writings concerning Bonnie Prince Charlie, Flora Macdonald, Lord MacAulay and Donald Livingstone. Also a 24 page article, written in Gaelic, headed 'A Few Things that happened during Bonnie Prince Charlie's Time'.
Song entitled 'A Sheutin Oig' beginning 'A Sheutin oig o hu o ho, Gun togainn fonn le sugrah ort'. The song is composed of nineteen lines, arranged as eight verses of couplets and a chorus. The accompanying note states that ths song is reputed to be a Jacobite song composed by John Roy Stewart but that 'The song is not equal to Stewart'. Annotations have been made in ink.
Story about Bonnie Prince Charlie in Harris [Na Hearadh] and the involvement of the Campbells of Srannda [Strond]. It states that the prince stayed with Donald mac Iain Òig for six nights. 'Old Berneray' [Donald MacLeod] fled to Ua[mh] Ulladail [Cave of Ulladale] and in his absence Captain Ferguson threatened Iain Mòr Liath mac Mhic Choinnich [Campbell] that he would blow up the house.