The Battle of Falkirk 17th January 1746
The Battle of Falkirk was the last Jacobite triumph on the battlefield and yet again another battle that would secure the memory of the great Highland Charge. The battle commenced in late afternoon. The Jacobites were led by the Lord George Murray - 8.000 strong patriots. Prince Charles Edward Stuart was the general. The army had returned from Derby after attempting to march on London. The government troops led by General Henry Hawley were 9.000 soldiers fast on their heels after the Jacobite army. The Jacobites lay waiting for the government troops. Then the most singular and powerful combat immediately followed the government troops. Charged with there horses the Jacobites stretched on the ground with their dirks in hand and started the carnage of the battle. Scotland for Charlie.

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