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Jacobites on the march

Battle of Auldearn

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Campbell of Lawers' attack on Auldearn village · The RenaissanceMilitary History17th CenturyCivil WarsJames GrahamBattle ...

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Auldearn, 1645: The cavalry battle at Alford.

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MacCholla's Irish Lifeguard during the English Civil War

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However, as his troops approached, they cleared their weapons of damp powder in preparation for the coming battle.

La Pintura y la Guerra

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... once more succeeded in forcing MacColla back into the village, but this time were able to pursue the Irish into the lanes of Auldearn.

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All of these elements give some very challenging scenarios that can be played separately as one-off battles using historical orders-of-battle.

... once more succeeded in forcing MacColla back into the village, but this time were able to pursue the Irish into the lanes of Auldearn.

However, the Royalist player can choose to withhold their arrival, enabling them to be deployed the following turn at a point of his choosing.

So, approximately 3,000 horse and foot under MG Sir John Hurry.

Like so many other wars, many of those Englishmen and Scots caught up in them must have felt that what was happening was just inescapable.

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“….the major; who, for all his diligence, could hardly get two regiments drawn wpe, on of the Irishes, and on of Huntlie, when the enemie were com in sight…

Scottish Covenanters

Auldearn Date: 9 MAY 1645 Forces Engaged: Government of Scotland ("Covenanters") - about 1,700 regular infantry in five units: part of Buchanan's regiment ...

Auldearn 1645: The Marquis of Montrose's Scottish campaign: Amazon.co.uk: Stuart Reid, Gerry Embleton: 9781841766799: Books

The Arch-Prelate of St Andrews in Scotland reading from the service-book while

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(This lady has absolutely nothing to do with Auldearn or the Civil War or much of anything except being Rupert's mistress, Peg Hughes. But this is a long, ...

The Battle of Killiecrankie, July 1689. Fought without contribution from Archibald or his Campbell's

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The Stettin Print, 1631 (Public Domain)

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For a start, Montrose and Charles had no real idea of what they had to do to militarily to attain their political goal. To force the Scottish government to ...

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Battle of Worcester, 3rd September 1651 by Chris Collingwood.

Building the Auldearn Scenario : The Orders of Battle

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And then the first Gordon cavalryman cantered out of the darkness under the trees at the south end of Auldearn village.

Auldearn 1645: The Marquis of Montrose's Scottish campaign: Amazon.co.uk: Stuart Reid, Gerry Embleton: 9781841766799: Books

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They were made in photoshop and can be printed for use in your own armies. I painted over the printed design (see here) as I prefer the hand-painted look ...

The completed Auldearn battlefield viewed from the west at Kinnudie looking east toward Auldearn. Castlehill is the site of an early hill fort or moat and ...

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Clan Mackenzie

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Benburb: The Historic Battle

MacColla has been run down by Montrose's partisans beginning with Wishram as a sort of dumb side of Scottish mutton, but he earned his C-rations that ...

“The enemie, coming up two regiments in a full body, flanked with horsemen, did charge the major in that difficult place…” Ruthven.

The Battle of Bothwell Bridge

Fifteenth century and clan conflicts

Scottish Covenanters face persecution from the authorities for upholding their faith against the rules of the

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Found and Lost by Chris Collingwood.

Riot sparked by Jenny Geddes over the imposition of Charles I's Book of Common Prayer in Presbyterian Scotland. Civil disobedience soon turned into armed ...

Alasdair MacColla and Scotland's Forgotten Gaelic History

Some scary-ass looking 17th century Scotsmen.

In honor of the October Hallowe'en month, I offer this example of one of my finds there, a painting called “The Spell.”

Oliver Cromwell at the Battle of Marston Moor (1599–1658). Cromwell's reputation as an effective cavalry commander and leader was cemented by his success at ...

Crown Covenant and Cromwell: The Civil Wars in Scotland 1639 - 1651: Amazon.co.uk: Stuart Reid: 9781848326873: Books

Crown Covenant and Cromwell: The Civil Wars in Scotland 1639 - 1651: Amazon.co.uk: Stuart Reid: 9781848326873: Books

... at Auldearn, or Aberdeen (Spalding, where are you when we need you!), and so like Stuart Reid, I have chosen to favor the True Informer descriptions.

Covenanter to royalist[edit]

The white sheet depicts the infamous "red hand of Ulster", a symbol linked to Ulster since at least the 16th century, and common amongst the heraldry of the ...

Sometime later, Lawer's has been checked by MacColla's Lifeguard, who fight desperately to prevent Sir Mungo from entering the backcourts of Auldearn.