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Image number
XJF486344
Title
Landing of the Chevalier de St. George in Scotland, illustration from 'John Cassell's Illustrated History of England', published c.1858 (engraving)
Artist
English School, (19th century) / English
Location
Private Collection
Medium
engraving
Date
(C19th)
Description
James Francis Edward Stuart, also known as the Old Pretender and the Chevalier de St. George (1688-1766) was the son of the deposed James II of England. In this image he is seen arriving in Scotland from France in December 1715 during the Jacobite uprisings.
Credit
Bridgeman Images
Keywords
ship / landing / stuart / boat / cliff / rulers / royal / journey / arrival / great britain / arriving / royalty / catholic / england / cliffs / heave / sea / sailors / sails / britain / old pretender / british / pretender / jacobite / haul / english / coast / illustration / james viii / james francis edward stuart / james iii / uk
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