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 9

forsake him but our little regiment alone.
*The Pr. having set ^ from Kinlochmoydart on the
7th in order to meet his friends ^ were appointed
to randevouze at Glenfinnin on the 8th he
stayed at atAlexr. Mcdonald of Glenaladals'
house the first night where Capt. Switnam an
  Guese's Regemt        who had been taken at Latterfinla
Officer in ^ in the Govenmts service ^ was
brought to him having been taken prisoner by
^ the Glengarie people.
The Pr. set out from Glenaladals' ^ about 6 a
clock in the morning and arrived at Glenfinin
about 11 fornoon being met at his landing
by Mr Mcdonald of Morror &c with 150 men
about 2 aclock afternoon Lochiel appeared
at the head of 700 men and was soon after
                    with abt 300 men.
followed by Keppoch ^ Upon which the P. im
mediatly caused erect the Royal Standarde and
proclaimed the K. his Father. That night our
little Army was encamp'd and provisions provid-
ed for them. We were now about 1200 men under
the Command of Clanronald Lochiel & Keppoch Coll
O Sulivan being appointed Adjutant Genl. & Quarter
master of the Army.
Notice being given that Sr John Cope with the
Governmt troops was marching from Sterling

Margin note:
* Augt 7