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THE FIRST MEETING OF PRINCE CHARLIE AND FLORA MACDONALD OF UIST

THE FIRST MEETING OF PRINCE CHARLIE AND FLORA MACDONALD OF UIST

Hounded from the Scottish mainland, the Prince fled to the Hebrides, only to find the net being drawn more tightly around him by the English troops. In these straits his only hope was to regain the mainland and its greater chances of concealment; and how the daring and devoted Flora, daughter of MacDonald of Milton, enabled him to do so is a matter of history. This picture of her father introducing her to the Prince on the island of South Uist was painted by Alexander Johnstone and engraved by S. Anderson.

Other pictures from Scenes of Prince Charlie's Times


THE CAIRN AT CULLODEN

GLENFINNAN, WHERE THE STANDARD WAS RAISED, AND LOCH DUICH, A PLACE OF EXILE

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