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Charles continues his retreat northward—Duke of Cumberland resumes the command of the army of the North—His arrival at Stirling—Charles's escape from Lord Loudon's snare to take his person—Retaliates by attacking Lord Loudon at Inverness—Chivalrous adventure of Lord George Murray— Incidents showing the attachment of the Scottish ladies to the cause of the Chevalier — Commences his march for Culloden - - - - - - 13

CHAPTER II.

Charles's determination to attack the English army—Night march—His displeasure at Lord George Murray for ordering a retreat—Arrival at Culloden Moor—Disposition of the contending armies in sight of each other—Battle of Culloden —Total defeat of the Pretender's troops—His flight—Barbarities of the Duke of Cumberland's soldiers - - 33 CHAPTER III.

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