Table of contents for 1715 : the great Jacobite Rebellion / Daniel Szechi.

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Table of Contents
Preface											v
Abbreviations											viii
Introduction											1
1. "To Mark Where England's Empire Stands": the Economy and Social Structure
of the British Isles in 1715									16
2. "Fareweel E'en to the Scottish Name": the Politics and Geopolitics of
the British Isles in 1715									53
3. "What Force or Guile Could not Subdue": the Jacobites in 1715				90
4. "That Treason Thus Could Sell Us": the Jacobite Conspiracy of 1715			139
5. "The English Steel we Could Disdain": the Outbreak of the Rebellion			186
6. "Sae Famed in Martial Story": Military Operations, September 1715-April 1716,
the Central Theatre										256
7. "Secure in Valour's Station": Military Operations, September 1715-April 1716,
the Northern, Southern and Western Theatres						315
8. "Bought and Sold for English Gold": the Prisoners and Exiles of the '15		367
9. "Such a Parcel of Rogues in a Nation": Resistance and Social Reintegration
After the '15											424
Conclusion											462
Bibliography											478
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Jacobite Rebellion, 1715.
Scotland -- History -- 18th century.
Great Britain -- History, Military -- 18th century.
Jacobites.