Rebellion - Study Guide Chapter Twelve Summary & Analysis

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Prince Charles is initially given a cool welcome in Scotland, where the Jacobites' support seems half-hearted, at best. However, on August 19, 1745, King James was proclaimed the king of both Scotland and England, and the young Prince Charles as his regent, before 900 men. With the prince now in Scotland as a bonding force, the force moved eastward gathering men and strength. The men are fresh and adventurous and determined to win justice. Brigham learns that a government army led by General Cope is moving north, but his troops detoured toward Inverness. The furiously fighting rebels under Charles continued south capturing Perth and routing English dragoons finally reaching Edinburgh. Brigham has some doubts about the quartermaster, O'Sullivan, an Irish soldier of fortune, but in Perth, they are joined by Lord George Murray The people of Edinburgh are treated well and fairly, and shout support for their new...

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