Jacobite Prisoners of the 1715 Rebellion: Preventing and Punishing Insurrection in Early Hanoverian Britain

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Ashgate, Jan 1, 2005 - History - 176 pages
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The Jacobite rebellion of 1715 was a dramatic but ultimately unsuccessful challenge to the new Hanoverian regime in Great Britain. This book considers how the Hanoverian Whig regime was able to quell the immediate dangers posed by the rebellion and bring the Jacobite leaders back into the orbit of the government, beginning the process of reintegrating them back into the political mainstream.

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