Cameron of Lochiel, Sir Ewen

Cameron of Lochiel, Sir Ewen or Evan

(kăm`ərən, lŏkh-ēl`), 1629–1719, chief of the Scottish highland clan of Cameron after 1647. On behalf of Charles IICharles II,
1630–85, king of England, Scotland, and Ireland (1660–85), eldest surviving son of Charles I and Henrietta Maria. Early Life

Prince of Wales at the time of the English civil war, Charles was sent (1645) to the W of England with his council,
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 he led his clan in an uprising against the Commonwealth in 1653, and only in 1658 did he submit to the Puritan general George MonckMonck or Monk, George, 1st duke of Albemarle,
1608–70, English soldier and politician.
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. He accompanied Monck to London in 1660 and was received at the court of the restored Charles II. He was knighted in 1681. A supporter of James IIJames II,
1633–1701, king of England, Scotland, and Ireland (1685–88); second son of Charles I, brother and successor of Charles II. Early Life
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, he took part in the Jacobite victory over the forces of William IIIWilliam III,
1650–1702, king of England, Scotland, and Ireland (1689–1702); son of William II, prince of Orange, stadtholder of the United Provinces of the Netherlands, and of Mary, oldest daughter of King Charles I of England.
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 at Killiecrankie in 1689 and sent his clan to aid the Jacobite rebellion of 1715. Lochiel was a romantic warrior of great strength, and from one of his feats Sir Walter ScottScott, Sir Walter,
1771–1832, Scottish novelist and poet, b. Edinburgh. He is considered the father of both the regional and the historical novel. Early Life and Works

After an apprenticeship in his father's law office Scott was admitted (1792) to the bar.
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 drew his description of the fight between Roderick Dhu and Fitz James in The Lady of the Lake.
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