1710s in Scotland

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Incumbents[edit]

Monarch of Scotland

Duke of Rothesay, Prince and Great Steward of Scotland, etc.

Events[edit]

1714[edit]

1715[edit]

1716[edit]

  • February 4 – the Old Pretender James Stuart flees to France after the failure of the Rebellion against the House of Hanover.
  • November 1 – the British Parliament passed the Disarming Act in an effort to prevent future rebellions by Scottish Clans.

1719[edit]

  • June 10 – Battle of Glen Shiel, in which the Jacobites rebel with Spanish support in an effort to gain the throne for James Stuart, results in defeat for the Old Pretender again.

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