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Prince Charles Edward Stuart
Additional Information

Here we provide some additional information and links to other resources which might be on interest.
  • Clan Stewart Pages on Electric Scotland
    Here we not only provide further background on the Stewarts but you'll also find Lu Hickey's contributions on the family.
  • Click here to buy The Forgotten Monarchy of Scotland from
    Reacessment of Scotland and her traditional Monarchy.

    "The Forgotten Monarchy of Scotland" by Prince Michael Stewart of Albany. Passionately written and researched by the the author, who`s passion is fueled by the fact that it is his own family and personal identity he is establishing in the face of a two century old conspiracy who`s source is one of the most powerful governments on earth. You can also read an interview given by him in 1999.
  • Comments from Mark
    I read the last couple of sections under Charles Edward Stuart, and confess to being slightly disappointed.  It's still the best site on the Net.  I was hoping, though, that you knew something about Charlotte's children as you seem to about everything else.  According to The Last Stuarts, by James Lees-Milne, "...his daughter was the mistress of no less an exalted individual than the Prince Ferdinand de Rohan-Guemenee, Archbishop of Bordeaux...she was recovering from the birth of a son.  The child, baptised Charles Edward was in fact the third of Charlotte's illegitimate children by the Prince Archbishop, and the only one whose history has been traced."  Very few people know about that, and considering that Michael Alexander Stewart has not convinced me, I would like to know if there is a living descendant of the bonny prince.  Oh, and there was something else in the book I thought might interest you.  "His [Charles's] ghost is said to haunt a bedroom in Westbrook Place, Godalming." 
  • Check out more on the Royal House of Stewart
  • An interesting article on the various claimants to the Stewart throne.
  • Who are the Jacobites?
  • Bonnie Prince Charlie : A Tale Of Fontenoy And Culloden
    This is an e-text of the book by Henty, G. A. (George Alfred), 1832-1902
  • Walking with Charlie
    This is a book by Steve Lord who actually walked the whole length of Charlie's campaign in Scotland to write the book.
  • The Prestonpans Tapestry [External Link]
    The Prestonpans Tapestry celebrates the enduring triumph of youthful Hope and Ambition. The journey 25 year old Bonnie Prince Charlie made from France then through the Scottish Highlands to Victory at Prestonpans is depicted in 104 metre wide embroidered panels. Each has been created by volunteer embroiderers along the route. If you can't get to a location to view the tapestry then 104 panels with linked historical details and biographical information of each embroiderer can be viewed here.
  • Memoirs of the Jacobites
    Of 1715 and 1745 by Mrs Thomson (1845) in 3 volumes.
  • The Stuarts in Rome
    By Herbert Can Vaughan
  • The Lyon in Mouring
    Or a Collection of Speeches, Letters, Journals, etc., relative to the affairs of Prince Charles Edward Stuart by the Rev. Robert Forbes, A.M., Bishop of Ross and Caithness 1746 - 1775. Edited from his Manuscript with a Preface by Henry Paton, M.A., in three volumes.
  • Memorials of John Murray of Broughton sometime secretary to Princ Charles Edward 1740 - 1747
    Prepared for the Scottish History Society
  • Prince Charlie’s Pilot
  • The Albemarle Papers
    Being the Correspondence of William Anne, Second Earl of Albemarle, Commander-in-Chief in Scotland, 1746-1747, With an Appendix of Letters from Andrew Fletcher, Lord Justice-Clerk, to the Duke of Newcastle, 1746-1748 Edited with Introduction and Notes by Charles Sanford Terry, M.A., Lecturer in History in the University of Aberdeen (1901) (pdf)

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