Bonnie Prince Charlie


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Bonnie Prince Charlie:

see Stuart, Charles EdwardStuart or Stewart, Charles Edward,
1720–88, claimant to the British throne, b. Rome. First son of James Francis Edward Stuart (the Old Pretender), he was known as Bonnie Prince Charlie and as the Young Pretender.
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Bonnie Prince Charlie

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1745: Bonnie Prince Charlie defeated the English at the Battle of Prestonpans in Scotland.
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