Lochiel of the ’45: The Jacobite Chief and the Prince Gibson EUP 1995


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Lochiel of the '45: The Jacobite Chief and the Prince by John Sibbald Gibson

Donald Cameron of Lochiel was Bonnie Prince Charlie's most devoted Highland Chief, at the heart of the Jacobite rising of 1745 which sought to restore the exiled Stuarts to the throne. He was also the man who spurned Cumberland's overtures for peace after the bloody defeat at Culloden. He escaped to France and sought to stage a re-run of the 'Forty-Five with the aid of the French. This absorbing biography draws on hitherto unknown or unused sources. Using Lochiel's own account of the Forty-Five which recently came to light in the archives of the french Foreign Ministry a startling reappraisal of the last Jacobite Rising arises.

This book is from my recently purchased Gilmore Collection containing many superb books on Scottish History, Topography and Culture. Please email sales@hcbooksonline.com for a full catalogue.


  • Publisher Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh; 1995
  • Paperback; 207pp
  • With b/w illustrations
  • Size 215 x 135mm, 500g
  • ISBN: 0 7486 0507 X

Condition: Very Good – Uncreased Spine, Owners Bookplate, Small Inscription To Title Page, Very Good Copy

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Weight 0.5 kg


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