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  Royalty.nu - Stuart Royal History - Bonnie Prince Charlie and Flora MacDonald
Flora died in 1790 and was buried on the island of Skye, wrapped (supposedly) in Bonnie Prince Charlie's bedsheet.
Recounts the saga of Bonnie Prince Charlie and the Jacobite Risings.
Bonnie Prince Charlie: A Tale of Fontenoy and Culloden by G. Henty.
www.royalty.nu /Europe/Charlie.html   (1053 words)

 Who was Bonnie Prince Charlie?
Bonnie Prince Charlie is one of the best-known historical Scottish heroes.
The young Prince was trained in the military and from an early age was a pawn in the Jacobite Cause.
Thus, Bonnie Prince Charlie's' failed attempt to regain the thrones for the Stuarts had a wide-reaching and long-lasting impact on Scottish culture and on suppression of the Scots by the English.
nc.essortment.com /whowasbonniep_rlhk.htm   (1482 words)

 Famous Scots - Prince Charles Edward Stuart (Bonnie Prince Charlie)
Bonnie Prince Charlie was a grandson of King James VII who was driven out of Britain in 1688 because of his support of the Catholic faith.
Their son, Prince Charles Edward Louis John Casimir Silvester Maria Stuart was born in Rome on 31 December 1720.
In addition to being called Prince Charles Edward, he also gained the nicknames of "Bonnie Prince Charlie" and "The Young Chevalier" (the French word for Prince).
www.rampantscotland.com /famous/blfamcharlie.htm   (567 words)

 bonnie prince charlie Free Essays
Bonnie Parker- Born- Bonnie was born October 1, 1910, in Rowena, Texas.
Charlie Gordon was the subject of an experiment that increases the intelligence.
Charlie is an independent skilled pilot who believes that anything can “be dealt with by good machines in the hands of skilled men”.
www.mytermpapers.com /search/30527.html   (841 words)

 Historic Highlanders - Bonnie Prince Charlie - Devil
Was Bonnie Prince Charlie a devil who caused the death of the Scottish clan system which had lasted for many centuries, or was he a catalyst for freezing in time a rich cultural heritage, which is today, held dear by millions of expatriate Scots around the world?.
Prince Charles grew up in this atmosphere of scheming and plotting, and, ultimately, became the pawn of many divergent interests which culminated in the final attempt to regain the throne in 1745/46 now known as the "45".
Perhaps Bonnie Prince Charlie was the catalyst for locking in time the glory of the Scotland of our ancestors to be passed down, in story and song, to a people who were forced to migrate to the ends of the earth.
www.historichighlanders.com /Devil_or_Saint.html   (787 words)

 The Flight of Bonnie Prince Charlie
For the 25-year-old prince, it was a day he had waited for all his life, and an historic moment, for it was the first time he had touched the soil of his native Scotland.
As well as the charismatic prince himself, the characters of his chief supporters and opponents are brought vividly to life: Flora MacDonald, who smuggled the Prince to Skye disguised as her maid, Betty Burke; Neil MacEachain; the Duke of Cumberland, whose relentless pursuit of the prince became an obsession.
Alongside the story of the Prince's flight, thematic panels depict particular aspects of the Stuart story: Culloden, the last battle to be fought on British soil; Clan Donald and Prince Charlie; Flora MacDonald; France and the '45; The Royal House of Stewart.
www.maybole.org /community/minishant/douglas/flightofbonnieprincecharlie.htm   (464 words)

 Prince Charles Edward Stewart, 'Bonnie Prince Charlie' 1720-1788
The Prince himself eluded capture, and the months that followed Culloden perhaps really led to the romantic picture that was to grow with the years.
At last on September 19th, Prince Charles was picked up by a French ship at Loch nan Uamh close to where he had landed the previous year and sailed away, never to return to Scotland.
Ironically, in 1819, the Prince Regent of Great Britain (soon to be George IV) commissioned the famous sculptor, Canova, to erect a stately marble monument to Charles, his father and grandfather at St Peters in Rome.
www.visitscotland.com /library/princecharlie?view=Standard   (978 words)

 Bonnie Prince Charlie
On the 19th August, 1745 the Cameron Highlanders led by their Clan Chief, Cameron of Lochiel, met the Prince at Glenfinnan and together with William Murray, Marquis of Tullibardine, and 700 Highlanders, the Jacobite Standard was raised.
Prince Charles Edward Stewart's father was declared King.
The Prince had landed on the shore of Loch nam Uamh, several miles further west, along the Road to the Isles on 25th July, after disembarking from a French naval vessel.
www.lochaber.com /bonnieprincecharlie   (252 words)

 West Highland Museum On-line Education Resources - Bonnie Prince Charlie
The "Bonnie Prince" in his plaids is a shortbread tin image and his handsome portrait has sparked off many a romantic ballad.
There can be no doubt that Prince Charles Edward Stuart, son of James Stuart the exiled King of Scotland, was a remarkably charismatic young man. He had never set foot in Scotland until the age of 25 when he arrived to claim back the throne of his ancestral homeland.
The enduring image is one of the Prince as a coy, smiling and hopeful young man in pursuit of his destiny.
www.westhighlandmuseum.org.uk /bpc.html   (725 words)

 Bonnie Prince Charlie and the Jacobites, Scotland - UK History.
Jacobite was the name given to supporters of King James VII of Scotland and II of Britain who fled from the country in 1689 to escape an invading army led by William of Orange (also known as King Billy).
Prince Charles landed on the small island of Eriskay and gathered the loyal clan Chiefs before advancing on Edinburgh.
Secondly Bonnie Prince Charlie, although highly charismatic, was no hero, he could be viewed as a spoilt alcoholic aristocrat who had no problem leading loyal men to their graves for his own personal ambitions.
www.scotshistoryonline.co.uk /charlieb.html   (1189 words)

 FirstFoot - Debunking the Scotch Myth - Bonnie Prince Charlie
The romantic myth of the "Young Pretender" as a heroic and wronged Prince, adventuring against the evil usurpers to claim the throne that was rightfully his Father's, is frankly a lot of bollocks and belongs on the side of oatcake tins rather than in the annals of history.
Charlie ignored all the warnings and all the evidence and pressed on regardless.
The Chiefs knew that they were committing suicide, but, unable to convince the Prince of his folly, rallied to his Standard regardless.
www.firstfoot.com /scotchmyth/charlie.htm   (469 words)

 Skottland och Bonnie Prince Charlie
Flora MacDonald och Bonnie Prince Charlie på en målning av A. Johnston (1815-1891).
"Bonnie Prince Charlie" är det namn Karl Edvard Stuart fick under sina romantiska äventyr på det skotska höglandet.
En bland dem som hjälpte prins Charlie att komma undan var höglandsflickan Flora MacDonald.
www.sub.su.se /national/tflora2.htm   (162 words)

 LRB | John Mullan : Taking Sides   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Prince Charles Edward Stuart, the Young Pretender, having overcome the doubts of some of his own commanders, marched south from Derby to confront the hastily mustered Hanoverian army under the direct command of George II.
It is the most peculiar consequence of the author's determination to sever the military from the political - a separation that the unfolding, and especially the failure, of the rebellion belies.
Johnson even slept in the same bed that the Pretender or Prince (take your pick) had occupied, and his comment on the fact was, fittingly, a joke ('I have had no ambitious thoughts in it').
www.lrb.co.uk /v26/n02/mull01_.html   (4013 words)

 Charles Edward Stuart Feature Page on Undiscovered Scotland   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Bonnie Prince Charlie spent the next five months evading capture across the Highlands and Western Isles, never betrayed despite the intensive search for him by the Duke of Cumberland's army as they systematically and ruthlessly set about suppressing any possibility of future dissent in the Highlands.
The story of the flight of Bonnie Prince Charlie, one of history's greatest manhunts.
The '45: Bonnie Prince Charlie and the Untold Story of the Jacobite Rising: Christopher Duffy (March 31, 2003).
www.undiscoveredscotland.co.uk /usbiography/charlesedwardstuart   (1277 words)

 32mm Bonnie Prince Charlie and the Jacobite rising Chess Set Moulds
Prince August Chess set mould kits have for many years compelled collectors and hobbyists world wide to delve into history through the fascinating hobby of casting and painting the many chess set themes available.
The Jacobite rising of 1745-46, was an attempt by the house of Stuart to re-establish itself on the throne of England which in 1714 had passed to the Hanoverians.
Charles Edward Stuart, known to history as "The Young Pretender" and to romance as "Bonnie Prince Charlie" was the Grandson of England's last King, James II.
princeaugust.ie /7700s   (557 words)

 Bonnie Prince Charlie - "The Young Pretender" Charles Edward Stuart   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
This bedroom was occupied by "the Young Pretender", Prince Charles Edward Stuart alias Bonnie Prince Charlie, on December 22nd, 1745.
On his retreat northwards, Bonnie Prince Charlie with a force of some 2,000 Highlanders showed their dislike for King William by lacerating his equestrian portrait in the Stair Gallery.
A money box which once belonged to Bonnie Prince Charlie is on display here.
www.buccleuch.com /pages/content.asp?PageID=59   (219 words)

 Arise Polish pretender to Stuart crown (Peter Pininski heir to Bonnie Prince Charlie?)
It is generally accepted that Bonnie Prince Charlie fled to Europe after the disaster at Culloden and married Princess Louise of Stolberg, a barren relationship that led the Prince to form a relationship with Clementina Walkinshaw, who bore him Charlotte Stuart.
The self-styled Prince Michael of Albany said: "There are 1,500 legitimate descendants of James VI and they all have a better claim to the throne than the Queen.
Prince William and Prince Henry are descended through their mother from an illegitimate child of King Charles II, the older brother of Bonnie Prince Charlie's grandfather, so that should trump any claim this guy could make.
www.freerepublic.com /focus/news/665589/posts   (1212 words)

 The Battle of Culloden Moor, Scotland, 1746
It is very easy to romanticise the Jacobite Rebellion and it's leader, Bonnie Prince Charlie The Victorians loved these tales, and over the years the reality of the cause and it's outcome became rather clouded and misrepresented.
Bonnie Prince Charlie, born in Italy and brought up in France, had never been to Scotland, had no military experience and quite obviously was not interested in Scotland or the Scottish throne.
Had he gained the support of all the highland clans, it is widely recognised that he would have access to nearly 50,000 fighting men, not 5000.
www.scottishweb.net /features/Culloden/cullodenmenu.htm   (568 words)

 Stewart-Kirkpatrick.com - Bonnie Prince Charlie Slept Here. Section 4   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
The main protagonists were Prince Charles Edward Stuart (or Bonnie Prince Charlie as he was then known, though he would quickly lose those two epithets), his Irish Quartermaster General John William O'Sullivan and the rebels' most senior soldier, Lord George Murray.
The prince and the sycophantic O'Sullivan insisted that the army needed a guaranteed supply of food.
Suddenly alone, faced by the wrath of Murray and the glaring eyes of the other chieftains who knew the general was right but had not had the courage to speak up, Bonnie Prince Charlie did something entirely out of character for a Stuart monarch.
dspace.dial.pipex.com /town/pipexdsl/p/apuu84/s/charlie4.htm   (898 words)

 Bonnie Prince Charlie   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Charles Edward Stuart (Bonnie Prince Charlie, The Young Pretender, The Young Chevalier) was born in Rome on December 31, 1720 to James Francis Edward Stuart and his bride, the daughter of the Polish King.
Soon after his arrival in August, Charlie was able to raise a force of around 2500 men, most of them from the McDonald, Cameron and Stewart of Appin clans.
Through all of this Charlie's supporters were loyal to him and helped him to narrowly avoid capture in the five months following the battle, after which he was smuggled out of Scotland and back to France in September 1746.
www.tartans.com /articles/bonniecharlie.html   (623 words)

 Compare Prices and Read Reviews on Bonnie Prince Charlie at Epinions.com
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Charlie leeds 'em ain thair 5,500 neebors thru thae Sassenach Gate, lang Scots miles bye foote ain bye naig, a' tha waye ta Derby.
Any connection between the London Film, BONNIE PRINCE CHARLIE, or David Niven's performance in said film, with real events or the person of the real Prince Charles Edward Stuart (who spoke English with a Polish accent) is entirely coincidental.
www.epinions.com /content_55571287684   (1461 words)

 Bonnie Prince Charlie (1948)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
His older brother Charles became a hero of romance, as Bonnie Prince Charlie.
Charlie landed in Scotland, and in two battles defeated British troops sent to stop him.
Instead, Charlie returned to Scotland, and was defeated by his cousin, the Duke of Cumberland, at the battle of Culloden.
us.imdb.com /Title?0040183   (1025 words)

 Bonnie Prince Charlie
Prince Charles Edward Stuart, the ‘Young Pretender’, or as he is perhaps better known to posterity, ‘Bonnie Prince Charlie’ was the son of James Stuart, the ‘Old Pretender’, and grandson of the exiled King James II.
As such he was heir to the Jacobite claim to the thrones of Britain, and his ambition to try and recover these for his family, and latterly himself, were to dominate his life.
As he grew older his interest in warfare developed, he spent his early teens building model fortifications, and in 1734 the 14 year old prince was taken by his tutor to visit the Spanish forces besieging the city of Gaeta.
www.annongul.i12.com /page_13.htm   (895 words)

 Amazon.co.uk: Books: Bonnie Prince Charlie   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Prince Charlie's subsequent adventures in France and Italy, until his eventual death in Rome over 40 years later, are also covered.
However, the reader is soon moved into those areas we are all familiar with about the life of the Prince and his association with the Scottish Highlands.
It displays a personality fault of the Prince hitherto perhaps unknown, a side that displays a personal pride, of indifference to his advisors and an inability to accept responsibility.
www.amazon.co.uk /exec/obidos/ASIN/0862415683   (497 words)

 BBC News | ENGLAND | Bonnie Prince Charlie chair sold
A chair from the bedroom in which Bonnie Prince Charlie slept before his defeat at the Battle of Culloden has sold at auction for £7,600.
It was bought on Thursday by the owner of a house in Lancaster where the Young Pretender spent the night of November 24, 1745, on his triumphal route south.
On April 16, 1746, the Prince led his Jacobite forces to a nearby moor where they were heavily defeated by British forces under the command of the Duke of Cumberland.
news.bbc.co.uk /1/hi/england/1670852.stm   (477 words)

 Bonnie Prince Charlie and Flora MacDonald   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
At first, because of her family loyalties she refused to shelter and aide the prince but when Clanranald also intervened on the Prince's behalf, depite his own obligations, the escapade was set fair.
Flora was the strongest, most self-willed and ingenious woman on the island and because of these qualities she was chosen to lead the Bonnie Prince to safety to the Scottish mainland.
After a week in hiding together with the Prince, Flora and her mother had found the clothing to effect the change from French-raised Bonnie Prince Charlie to coarse Irish Betty Burke, maidservant.
www.globalguide.org /scotland/south-uist/bonnie.html   (451 words)

 Where is Bonnie Prince Charlie Buried?
The last of the three Royal Stuarts are buried here, the Old and New Pretender, father and son, kings in their own right, as well as Cardinal York, Charlie’s younger brother Henry, who turned to the church instead of the battlefield.
It is almost as if Charlie was desperate to win his father’s approval and, to do so, he was possessed by an obsession to take back what belonged to his father, the throne of England.
Evidently he was his father’s favorite, as evidenced by a comment to a friend, “I really am in love with the little Duke, he is the finest child that can be seen.” Some historians say their personalities were very much alike.
www.electricscotland.com /familytree/magazine/decjan2004/bpc.htm   (1213 words)

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