Copy of Original Journal & Memoires
of Prince Charles's
Expedition into Scotland 1745-6
By a Highland Officer in his Army
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Page numbered 5

our whole bussiness till Clanronald's return
from the Isle of Sky whose errand was in vain
these ^ alledging that the P. comming without
some regular
^ troops, more arms & money, they were under
no engadgement to concurr in the Enterprise.
Donald Mcdonald of Scotos came also ^aboard
as Glengaries representative as ^ did also Ca
meron of Locheil Mcdonald of Keppoch & Mcdo-
nald of Glenco who having concerted meas-
             his R. H.
ures with ^ the Pr. repaired in behalf of their
K. and Country repaired immediatly to their
                  with orders to           
respective Homes ^ and conveened all their fol-
lowers ^ appointing them to randevouze upon
the 28th of nixt month being August at Glen-
finnin in Moydart where his R. H. with
Clanronald's Regiment would join them and
then display the Royal Standard; These Chief
tains carried with them some arms & amu-
nition for the use of such of their people as
wanted. Capt. Welsh now preparing to re-
turn to France took his leave of the P. and
*weighed Anchor on the 25 Jully which day his
R. H. Athole, Clanronald &c came on shore &
landed at the little village of Borradil in
                           belonging to
the Country of Arisaig ^ Clanronalds Country

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* 25th