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William Boyd, 4th Earl of Kilmarnock ca 1746
William Boyd, 4th Earl of Kilmarnock ca 1746
Kilmarnock's restored family home, Dean Castle; gutted by fire in 1735 and left derelict until 1908
Kilmarnock's restored family home, Dean Castle; gutted by fire in 1735 and left derelict until 1908
Kilmarnock's political patron, the 3rd Duke of Argyll
Kilmarnock's political patron, the 3rd Duke of Argyll
Execution of the Earl of Kilmarnock and Lord Balmerino
Execution of the Earl of Kilmarnock and Lord Balmerino
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An Incident in the Rebellion of 1745, David Morier
An Incident in the Rebellion of 1745, David Morier
James Francis Edward Stuart, the 'Old Pretender,' or 'Chevalier de St George' portrait from 1748
James Francis Edward Stuart, the 'Old Pretender,' or 'Chevalier de St George' portrait from 1748
Cardinal Fleury, chief minister of France 1723 to 1743; he viewed the Jacobites as an ineffective weapon for dealing with British power
Cardinal Fleury, chief minister of France 1723 to 1743; he viewed the Jacobites as an ineffective weapon for dealing with British power
Welsh Tory Sir Watkin Williams-Wynn (1692–1749); his sky-blue waistcoat was a Jacobite symbol
Welsh Tory Sir Watkin Williams-Wynn (1692–1749); his sky-blue waistcoat was a Jacobite symbol