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Rebellion Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter Fourteen Summary

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Chapter Fourteen Summary

At Inverness George Murray tries to tell the Prince that the ground is not suited for the Highlanders to fight on, and it is much more suitable to the English. The Prince is still put out with him over being talked into retreating earlier. the Prince has taken the side of O'Sullivan and is determined to fight. Murray suggests that the English will be drunk on the duke's birthday and they should launch a surprise attack against them from two sides, reducing their numbers. The Prince agrees and the men, exhausted and starving, proceed almost aimlessly to the Drumossie moor near the Culloden property. Brigham knows it will end here. The five thousand troops prepare to fight and the Jacobites fire the first shot.

In the meantime at Glenroe, Maggie is in the middle of a difficult labor, trying to give birth to a breech...

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