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History of the Camerons with Genealogies of the Principal Families 
by Alexander Mackenzie (Reprint of this rare book)
Leather-like hard cover. 482 pages. Price: $50.00
First printed in 1884, completely re-typeset
See INDEX below

CONTENTS

Title............................................................................................................................ iii

Preface....................................................................................................................... v

Contents................................................................................................................... vii

List Of Subscribers................................................................................................. ix

Origin Of The Camerons – Various Authorities............................................... 1-9

I.          Angus.............................................................................................................9

II.        Gillespick, Or Archibald............................................................................. 10

III.       John Cameron............................................................................................. 10

IV.       Robert Cameron......................................................................................... 10

V.         Sir John De Cameron.................................................................................11

VI.       Sir Robert De Cameron.............................................................................. 11

VII.      John De Cameron....................................................................................... 11

VIII.     John De Cameron – “Ochtery”..................................................................11

IX.       Allan Cameron – “MacOchtery”.......................................................... 12-21

X.        Ewen Cameron...................................................................................... 21-25

XI.       Donald Cameron – “Domhnull Dubh MacAilein”.............................. 25-32

XII.      Allan Cameron – “Ailean Macdhomh’uill Duibh”.............................. 32-34

XIII.    Ewen Cameron – “Eoghainn MacAilein”............................................ 34-48

XIV.     Ewen Cameron – “Eoghainn Beag”....................................................48-60

XV.      Donald Cameron – “Domhnull Dubh MacDhomhnuill..................... 60-61

XVI.     Allan Cameron – “Ailean MacIan Duibh............................................ 61-94

XVII.   Sir Ewen Cameron – The Famous “Eoghainn Dubh”...................... 94-212

XVIII.  John Cameron, Son Of Sir Ewen..................................................... 212-214

XIX.    Donald Cameron – The “Gentle Lochiel”........................................ 214-250

XX.      John Cameron................................................................................... 250-253

XXI.    Charles Cameron...................................................................................... 254

XXII.   Donald Cameron................................................................................ 254-256

XXIII.  Donald Cameron................................................................................ 256-258

XXIV   Donald Cameron, Now Of Lochiel.......................................................... 258

Lochiel Arms – Deed Of Registration In Lyon Office .............................. 258-260

Dr. Archibald Cameron Of Lochiel And His Descendants....................... 261-280

Fassiefern, The Camerons Of...................................................................... 281-284

Fassiefern, Colonel John Cameron Of ...................................................... 284-308

Worcester, The Camerons Of....................................................................... 309-317

Erracht, The Camerons Of............................................................................ 318-320

Erracht, General Sir Allan Cameron Of, K.C.B........................................... 320-374

Inverailort, The Camerons Of........................................................................ 375-380

Callart, The Camerons Or.............................................................................. 381-384

Lundavra, The Camerons Of......................................................................... 385-390

Glenevis, The Camerons Of........................................................................... 391-398

Speyside The Camerons Of........................................................................... 399-402

Dawnie, The Camerons Of............................................................................. 403-405

Barcaldine, The Camerons Of....................................................................... 406-408

Cameron, Sir Roderick W., Family Of........................................................... 409-412

Cuilchenna, The Camerons Of....................................................................... 413-414

Kinlochiel, Clunes, Camisky, And Strone, The Camerons Of.................... 414-415

Appendix I. Action Of Reduction And Declarator - The Trustees of

Donald Cameron of Lochiel against Allan Cameron of Erracht................ 419-457

Appendix II. Rents Of All The Farms On The Estate Of Lochiel

At Martinmas, 1787, With The Names Of All The Tenants

At That Date......................................................................................................458-460

Appendix III. Rental And New Valuation Of The Estate

Of Lochiel, Made By Lieutenant Allan Cameron Of Lundavra

In, Or About, 1789............................................................................................461-462

Index........................................................................................................................ 463

INDEX

Abercorn, Earl of, 278.

Abercrombie, Sir Ralph, 255, 345, 346, 349.

Aboyne, Earl of, 158.

Achadelew, battle of, 120-8, 196.

Airlie, Earl of, 158.

Albany, Duke of, 22, 43, 264.

Albemarle, Duke of, 150, 157.

Alexander II., 10, 11.

Angus Og of Isla, 2.

Angusson, Donald, of Keppoch, 37.

Argyll, Earl of, 36-8, 40, 45, 47, (n.), 56, 59, 62, 67, 74-6, 78, 79, 87, 91-9, 101, 103, 104, 109, 114, 116, 138, 143, 149, 150, 162, 163, 165-9, 173, 175, 176, 178, 179, 202, 251.

Arros, Lord, 94.

Athole, Earl and Marquis of, 55, 59, 158, 167, 173-6.

 

Badenoch, 13, 14, 35, 44, 64, 161, 234.

Balcarres, Earl of, 181.

Baligarny, Family of, 12 (n.).

Bancho, 9.

Barclay of Urie, 177, 210, 211.

Barclay, Sir George, 202.

Barclay-Allardice of Urie and Allardice, 211; as one of Lochiel’s trustees, 419-57.

Basil, Council of, 20.

Beauclerk, Lord, 268.

Berwick, Duke of, 200.

“Blar-nan-Leine,” battle of, 40, 46.

Breadalbane, Earl of, 63, 93, 94, 163, 165, 201, 274, 403.

Bruce, Robert, 2, 11, 27.

Bryan, Col. William, 114, 116, 127, 143.

Buccleuch, Duke of 258.

Buchan, General, 200, 201, 204.

Buckinghamshire, Earl of, 257.

Busaco, battle of, 356, 376, 413.

 

Cadogan, General, 207.

Caithness, Earl of, 28, 43, 158.

Callander, Earl of, 150.

Callart, lands of, 17, 18.

Cambro, 6.

Cameron Clan, origin of the name, 7 (n.); defeated by the Mackintoshes at Drumlui, 13; battle of Invernahavon, 14, 16; at the North Inch of Perth, 17, 22-4; desert the Lord of the Isles, 26; kill John MacLean of Coll, 26; feud with Clan Chattan, 28; battle with the Mackintoshes, 28; their lands harried by Clan Chattan, 31; battle with Keppoch and Mackintosh, 33; invade the country of the Mackays, 38; skirmish with the Mackintoshes, 50; battle with MacMhicEoin and the MacLeans, 70-2; at the battle of Achadelew, 120-8; Act and Decree of the Court of Session against them, 151; raids upon the Mackintoshes, 159; settlement with the Mackintoshes, 164; fidelity of two of the clan at Inveraray, 169; skirmish with the Grants, 187, 188; at the battle of Killiecrankie, 193-9; join Prince Charles at Glenfinnan, 220, 221; at the taking of Edinburgh and the battle of Preston, 223, 224; incident at Falkirk, 226, 227; at the siege of Fort William, 229; at the battle of Culloden, 221-3; change in habits and morals, 243, 244; the clan coat-of-arms, 258-60.

Cameron, Major Alexander (Erracht), his bravery at Waterloo, 319, 368, 371.

Cameron, Sir Alexander, of Inverailort, 375-9; his marriage, issue, and death, 379.

Cameron, Alexander Wentworth, of Callart, his marriage and descendants, 383, 384.

Cameron, Alexander, of Glenevis, imprisoned for his share in the Rising of 1745, 392; ill-treatment of his wife by the English soldiery, 393; his marriage and descendants, 394-6.

Cameron, Captain Alexander, of Balvenie, his marriage and issue, 401.

Cameron, Alexander, his marriage, issue, and death, 409.

Cameron, Allan, succeeded his father Donald, and carried on Lochiel line of succession, 9.

Cameron, Allan, or “Allan MacOchtery” IX. of Lochiel, in whose time the feuds between his clan and the Mackintoshes commenced, 12; his marriage, 17; and death, 21.

Cameron, Allan, XII. of Lochiel, known as “Ailein MacDhomh’uill Duibh,” becomes a vassal of the Lord of Lochalsh, 32; his death, 33; his marriage and issue, 34.

Cameron, Allan, XVI. of Lochiel, known as “Ailein Mac Ian Duibh,” 61; engages in a broil in Appin, 63; makes raids into the Mackintosh country, and joins the Earl of Huntly, 64; at the battle of Glenlivet, 65; victory over the MacLeans, 72; defeats the Macdonalds of Islay, 73; dissensions in his clan, 79, 80; he defeats his opponents, 81; and puts sixteen of them to death, 83; he makes a treaty with the Marquis of Huntly, 84; his marriage and issue, 93.

Cameron, Sir Allan, of Erracht, Colonel of the 79th Cameron Highlanders, 319-20; his early life and education, 321-2; duel with Fear Mhorsheirlich, 322-5; a fugitive in Mull and Morvern, 326; becomes a clerk in Greenock, 326; goes to America and joins the “Royal Highland Emigrant Corps,” 327; is taken prisoner by the Americans, 328; escapes from prison, 329; returns to England, 330; elopes with Miss Philips and marries her at Gretna Green, 331; reconciliation with his father-in-law, 332; becomes an active member of the Highland Society of London, 332-4; raises the 79th Regiment, 326-40; is made Lieutenant-Colonel of it, 341; and goes with it to Flanders, 342-3; thence to Martinique, 345; returns to Scotland, 346; severely wounded at Egmont-op-Zee, 346; where he prevented disaffection in the regiment, 348; is present at the battle of Alexandria, 349; is again wounded, 350; raises a second battalion, 350; his opinion of the kilt, 351; is present at Copenhagen, and is thanked by Government, 352; is appointed commandant of Lisbon, 353; severely wounded at Talavera, 355; resigns his command and returns to England, 357; is knighted by George IV., 363; estimate of his character by Col. Sir William Napier, 372, 373; his marriage, issue, and death, 373; action against him by Lochiel’s trustees, 419-57.

Cameron, Allan, of Callart, 381.

Cameron, Allan, of Callart, captain in the Lochaber Fencibles, his marriage and descendants, 382, 383.

Cameron, Allan, of Callart. 384.

Cameron, Allan, of Lundavra, his death, 385; his marriage and issue, 386.

Cameron, Allan John Russell Bedford, of Lundavra, 387; his marriage, descendants, and death, 389.

Cameron, Lieut. Allan, of Lundavra, 385.

Cameron, Allan, of Lundavra, 372, 386; his marriage, issue, and death, 387.

Cameron, Allan Ewen Charles, of Lundavra, his marriages and issue, 389, 390.

Cameron, Allan Gordon, III. of Barcaldine and Foxhall, his marriage, issue, and death, 407, 408.

Cameron, Angus, I. of Lochiel, his marriage, 9.

Cameron, Dr. Archibald, 214, 222, 233, 239, 241-3, 251-3; his education, 261; his character, 261-3; at Falkirk and Culloden, 261; escapes to France, 264; charge of embezzlement against him, 265, 266; his apprehension for treason, 268; his trial, sentence, and execution, 269-73; his marriage and issue, 277, 278.

Cameron, Charles MacGilony, 15, 16 (n.).

Cameron, Charles, XXI. of Lochiel, 254.

Cameron, Charles, Governor of the Bahamas, 277; his marriage and issue, 279.

Cameron, Charles Hay, 279; his marriage and issue, 280.

Cameron, Charles, VI. of Worcester, his education, 312; his character, marriage, descendants, and death, 313, 314.

Cameron, Rev. Charles Richard, VII. of Worcester, 314; his marriage and descendants, 314-6.

Cameron, Rev. Charles, VIII. of Worcester, 315; his marriage, issue, and death, 317.

Cameron, Charles Hamilton Hone, IX. of Worcester, his marriage and issue, 317.

Cameron, Dr. Charles A., 415.

Cameron, Dr. Charles, M.P., 415.

Cameron, Christian Helen Jane, of Inverailort, 380.

Cameron, Christina, IV. of Fassiefern, her marriage and issue, 284.

Cameron, Donald Dubh, 7, 8, 9, 15 (n.).

Cameron, Donald, or “Domhnull Dubh MacAilein,” XI. of Lochiel, 17; at the battle of Harlaw, 25; joins the Lord of the Isles in 1429, deserts him and flees to Ireland, his estates being forfeited, 26; he returns and chases the MacLeans out of Lochaber, 29; his character, marriage, and issue, 31, 32.

Cameron, Donald, XV. of Lochiel, or “Domhnull Dubh MacDomhnuill,” 47; at the battle of Corrichy, 60; his marriage, 61.

Cameron, Donald, XIX. of Lochiel, known as the “Gentle Lochiel,” 214; his correspondence with the Chevalier de St. George, and his uncle, 214-17; meeting with Prince Charles at Borrodale, and his advice to the Prince, 219; leads his clan to Glenfinnan, 220, 221; takes the city of Edinburgh, 222, 223; at the battle of Preston, 223, 224; anecdote, on the march to Derby, 225; is wounded at the battle of Falkirk, 225; severely wounded at Culloden, 231; proceedings after the battle of Culloden, 233-9; meeting with Prince Charles in Benalder, 240; escapes to France and enters the French service, 241; his character, 242-4, 249; correspondence with the Chevalier de St. George, 245-9; his marriage, issue, and death, 250; forfeiture of his estates, 422.

Cameron, Donald, XXII. of Lochiel, 254; his marriage and issue, 255; Action of Reduction and Declarator at the instance of his trustees against Allan Cameron of Erracht, 419-57.

Cameron, Donald, XXIII. of Lochiel, a captain in the Grenadier Guards, 255, 256; his marriage and issue, 257, 258.

Cameron, Donald, XXIV. of Lochiel, M.P. for the county of Inverness, his marriage and issue, 258.

Cameron, Donald, of Erracht, joins Prince Charles at Glenfinnan, 318; his marriage and issue, 319.

Cameron, Donald, I. of Inverailort, his marriage and issue, 375.

Cameron, Donald Charles, of Dawnie, his marriage and descendants, 404.

Cameron, Donald Charles, of Dawnie, his marriage and issue, 405.

Cameron, Donald Charles, I. of Barcaldine, 406; his marriage, descendants, and death, 407.

Cameron, Donald, banker, one of Lochiel’s trustees, 419-57.

Cameron, Sir Duncan, III. of Fassiefern, his marriage, 284.

Cameron, Col. Duncan, 362, 363, 370, 371.

Cameron, Duncan, of Inverailort, his marriage, issue, and death, 379, 380.

Cameron, Duncan, 409; sketch of his career, 410; his marriage, death, and issue, 411.

Cameron, General Sir Duncan A., K.C.B., sketch of his career, 413, 414.

Cameron, Eugene Hay, Major, R.A., his issue, 280.

Cameron, Ewen, son of Donald Dubh, 8; genealogy of, 9.

Cameron, Ewen, X. of Lochiel, in whose time the famous combat on the North Inch of Perth was fought, 17, 21; fights a duel for a lady, 25.

Cameron, Ewen, XIII. of Lochiel, known as “Eoghainn MacAilein,” joins the Lord of Lochalsh, 34; from whom he obtains grants of land, 35, 36, 41; joins Donald Dubh of the Isles and is forfeited as a traitor, 37; appointed Lieutenant of Lochaber, 38; sets out on a pilgrimage to Rome, 39; at the battle of “Blar-nan-Leine,” 40; is apprehended for treason, tried, and executed, 40; his part in the “Raid of Urquhart,” 45; his marriage and descendants, 46-8.

Cameron, Ewen, or “Eoghainn Beag,” XIV. of Lochiel, 48; is killed by the governor of Inch-Connel Castle, 49.

Cameron, Sir Ewen, XVII. of Lochiel, or “Sir Eoghainn Dubh,” 93; is placed under the care of Argyll, 94; adventure at Stirling, 96; visits Sir Robert Spotiswood in prison, 98; his kindness to prisoners at Inveraray, 104; returns to Lochaber, 105; his character at this time, 105, 106; his first raid, 107; joins the Earl of Glencairn, 110; defends the pass of Tullich against the English, 111; joins General Middleton, 115; attacks the English at Achadalew, 121; hand-to-hand struggle with an English officer, 123; bites out the officer’s throat, 124; narrow escape from being shot, 125; curious adventure in a London barber’s, 129; rejoins General Middleton and defeats the garrison of Inverlochy at Achintore, 130; defeats the English at Strone-nevis, 132; his life saved by a dream, 135; captures four Colonels sent out to survey by General Monk, 139; treaty with General Monk, 141-3; is present at the Restoration, 148, 149; gets into difficulties, 150, 151, 156; settlement with Mackintosh, 164; attempts to shoot Argyll, and is taken ill, 168; fidelity of two of his clansmen at Inveraray, 169; is knighted by the Duke of York, 170; his stratagem for sending the Sheriff out of Lochaber, 172; joins the Marquis of Athole against Argyll, 173; unfortunate incident, 174; his loyalty impeached, 174-6; he clears his character to the King, 177; the King’s kindness to him, 177-9; clever escape from being imprisoned, 181; projects a Confederation of the Clans, 182; his fidelity to Viscount Dundee, 184; his advice to the Council of War, 184-6, 191, 192; at the battle of Killiecrankie, 193-7, 198 (n.); amusing anecdote, 196; his appearance at the age of ninety, 205; curious dream and its fulfilment, 206, 207; anecdote, 207 (n.); appearance and character, 207, 208; his marriages and descendants, 145, 157, 208.

Cameron, Sir Ewen, II. of Fassiefern, created a Baronet in 1817, 281-2; his marriage and issue, 282; one of Lochiel’s Trustees, 419-57.

Cameron, Ewen, I. of Erracht, 318.

Cameron, Ewen, or “Eoghainn Mòr” (Erracht), 319, 337, 339.

Cameron, Ewen, of Glenevis, his marriage, descendants, and death, 396-8; letter to Captain Cameron of Milton of Balvenie, 399-401.

Cameron, Ewen, of Dawnie, his marriage and issue, 404.

Cameron, Gillespick or Archibald, II. of Lochiel, 10.

Cameron, J. A., War Correspondent of the Standard, 414.

Cameron, James, of Callart, his marriage and descendants, 382.

Cameron, John, III. of Lochiel, 10.

Cameron, Sir John de, V. of Lochiel, and his issue, 11.

Cameron, John de, VII. of Lochiel, ii.

Cameron, John de, or “John Ochtery,” VIII. of Lochiel, was present at the battle of Halidon Hill; his marriage, 11, 12 (n.).

Cameron, John, Archbishop of Glasgow; his character, 17; his coat-of-arms, 18; he is made Lord Chancellor of Scotland, 18, 19; he visits John, who had charge of Callart, 17; and who gets the lands of Callart from Lochiel, 18; his death, 21.

Cameron, John, XVIII. of Lochiel, commands the clan after Killiecrankie, 212; makes over the estates to his son Donald, 204; is forfeited and escapes to France, 205, 213; his marriage and issue, 213, 214; his death, 214.

Cameron, Colonel John, of Fassiefern, 211, 213, 282; his early life and education, 284, 285; enters the army, 285, 286; duel with Lieut. MacLean, 286; engaged to a young lady in Ireland, 286; the engagement broken off, 287; severely wounded at Egmont-op-Zee, 287; also at Alexandria, 289; promoted to the rank of Lieut.-Col., 289; extracts from his correspondence, 290, 291; narrow escape at Arroyo del Molino, 291; at the Battle of Maya, where he is wounded, 292-4; at St. Pierre, 294-6; returns to Britain, and is slighted by the Government, 298-301; joins Wellington in 1815, 302; is killed at Quatre-Bras, 303, 304; his funeral in Lochaber, 305; inscription on his monument by Sir Walter Scott, 305, 306; lines upon his death by Scott and Professor Blackie, 307, 308.

Cameron, John, I. of Fassiefern, 213, 218, 219, 221; banished from Scotland, his marriage and issue, 281.

Cameron, John, XX. of Lochiel, an officer in the French army, 250; correspondence regarding him, 250-3; return to Scotland and death, 253.

Cameron, John, a colonel in the French service, 277; his marriage, issue, and death, 278.

Cameron, John, a captain in the army, died unmarried, 378, 379.

Cameron, Rev. John, I. of Worcester, his issue, 309.

Cameron, Rev. John, IV. of Worcester, 309; his marriage and issue, 310.

Cameron, John, of Glenevis, 398.

Cameron, John, of Dawnie, his marriage and issue, 404.

Cameron, John, of Dawnie, 405.

Carfteron, John, II. of Barcaldine and Foxhall, 407.

Cameron, General Sir John, K.C.B., sketch of his career, 413.

Cameron, Lieut. Kenneth (Clunes), 358.

Cameron, Nathaniel, of Erracht, Lieut.-Colonel, 2nd Battalion, 79th Regiment, his marriage and descendants, 273, 274.

Cameron, Nathaniel Pryce, of Erracht, his marriage and issue, 274,

Cameron, Patrick, of Glenevis, 398.

Cameron, Patrick, of Speyside, 401; his marriage and descendants, 402.

Cameron, Philips (Erracht), Lieut.-Colonel of the 79th, 373; is killed at Fuentes D’Onor, 359.

Cameron, Robert, IV. of Lochiel, and his issue, 10.

Cameron, Sir Robert de, VI. of Lochiel, made his submission to Edward I., 11.

Cameron, Sir Roderick William, origin and account of his family, 408-12; sketch of his career, his marriage and issue, 411, 412.

Cameron, Thomas, II. of Worcester, his marriage and issue, 309.

Cameron, Thomas, III. of Worcester, his marriage and issue, 309.

Cameron, Dr. Thomas, V. of Worcester, his education, 310; writings and anecdotes of, 311, 312; his marriages, issue, and death, 312.

Cameron, Commander Verney, R.N., 414, 415.

Camerons of Barcaldine, 406-8.

Cameron, of Callart, 80, 174, 381-4, 413.

Camerons of Camisky, 414.

Camerons of Clunes, 358, 414.

Camerons of Cuilchenna, 413, 414.

Camerons of Dawnie, 403-5.

Camerons of Dungallon, 93, 210, 233, 277, 394.

Camerons of Erracht, 79, 164, 259, 318-74, 414.

Camerons of Fassiefern, 211, 281-4.

Camerons of Glendesseray, 93, 199, 210, 257, 382.

Camerons of Glenevis, 4, 11, 29, 79, 81, 85, 391-8.

Camerons of Inverailort, 375-80.

Camerons of Invermalie and Strone, 4, 9, 10, 32, 80, 278.

Cameron, of Kinlochiel, 79, 414.

Camerons of Letterfinlay, 80, 85.

Camerons of Lochiel, 4, 6, 7, 9, 260.

Camerons of Lundavra, 385-90.

Camerons of Perthshire, 18.

Camerons of Speyside, 399-402.

Camerons of Torcastle, 266.

Camerons of Worcester, 309-17.

Campbell, Clan, 68, 162, 229, 230.

Campbell of Achallader, 211, 213, 281, 283.

Campbell of Ardchattan, 286.

Campbell of Ardkinglas, 68.

Campbell of Ardshiel, 282.

Campbell of Auchinbreck, 250,

Campbell of Auchindown, 159.

Campbell of Barcaldine, 210, 282, 284, 305, 406.

Campbell of Caddell, John, 56.

Campbell of Calder, Sir John, 36, 38.

Campbell of Corrie, 282,

Campbell of Edinchip, 211.

Campbell of Glenmore, 394.

Campbell of Glenorchy, 163-5.

Camphell of Glenure, 282, 284, 406.

Campbell of Glenure, Colin, and his descendants, 210, 211.

Campbell of Inverawe, 274, 284, 407.

Campbell, Lieut.-Col., 139, 141.

Campbell of Lochdochart, 209.

Campbell of Lochnell, 213, 266, 275, 281.

Campbell of Melfort, 211.

Campbell of Monzie, 284.

Campbell of Shawfield, 275.

Cannon, Colonel, 193, 199, 200.

Carlisle, Earl of, 388.

Cathcart, Lord, 352.

Charles II., 106, 148, 150, 156, 157.

Charles, Prince, 213, 217-22, 224, 226-31, 233, 234, 236, 239-41, 244-7, 249, 251, 253, 254, 262, 264-7, 272, 274-6, 385, 392, 403, 404.

Chattan, Clan, 1-7, 13, 14, 16, 25 (n.), 28, 31, 34, 43, 89, 164.

Cheann-Duibh, Clan, 4.

Chevalier de St. George, 206, 207, 209, 214, 216, 217, 244-7, 249-53, 264, 267, 276

Clare, Lord, 267.

Clarendon, Earl of, 157.

Cope, Sir John, 221, 222.

Cornwallis, Lord, 335, 336.

Craig Cailloch, battle of, 31.

Crawford, Earl of 22.

Cromwell, Oliver, 103, 108, 136, 144, 185, 385.

Culloden, battle of, 231-3, 243, 244, 248, 263, 272, 275, 381, 392, 404.

Cumberland, Duke of, 230, 231, 233, 236, 237, 251, 275, 392.

 

Dalnafert, lands of, 5.

Darling, Sir Charles, 279.

David I., 10.

David II., 11, 15.

Davidson, Clan, 4, 14, 15, 23 (n.).

Day, Clan, 16.

Donald Balloch, 26, 28, 29.

Douglas, Earl of, 19.

Drumlui, battle of, 13.

Drummond of Balhaldy, 210, 217, 246, 247, 250, 264.

Drummond of Stobhall, 17.

Drummond, Sir John, 181.

Dunbar, Earl of, 74.

Dundas, Rt. Hon. Henry, one of Lochiel’s Trustees, 419-57.

Dundee, Earl of 158.

Dundee, Viscount, 182-95, 198 (n.), 199, 381.

Dunfermline, Earl of, 196.

Dunkeld, Archdean of, 10.

Duror, lands of, 38.

 

Edward I., 11.

Elgin, Lord, 258.

Enzie, Earl of, 79-83, 85, 87, 91.

Errol, Earl of, 158, 279, 386.

 

Falkirk, battle of; 225, 228, 263.

Farquharson, Clan, 234.

Fear Mhorsheirlich, 323-5.

Fergus II., 1.

Fleance, 9.

Flodden, battle of; 43.

Forbes, Lord, 43.

Forbes, President, 251.

Forbes, of Skellater, 158.

Fraser, Clan, 40, 231, 234.

Fraser of Lovat. 43, 209, 227, 236, 254.

Fuentes D’Onor, battle of, 358, 359, 377.

 

George I., 223,

George II., 273, 276, 277.

George III., 347.

George IV., 363.

Gillean, Clan, 26.

Gillechattan, Clan, 3.

Gillechattan, Mor, 5.

Gillonie, Clan, 4.

Glencairn, Earl of, 110-12, 114, 115, 155, 202.

Glencoe, lands of; 38,

Glenlivet, battle of, 65.

Glenlui, lands of, 3, 6, 13, 27, 28, 30, 31, 41, 42 (n.), 62, 73, 75, 88, 116, 151, 162, 165.

Glenmoriston, 45, 64.

Glenurquhart, 45, 64, 187.

Gloucester, Duke of, 149.

Gordon, Clan, 81, 391, 400.

Gordon, Colonel Nathaniel, 100.

Gordon, Duke of, 176, 178, 179, 364, 404.

Gordon, Lord, 42, 234.

Gordon, Sir William, 266.

Gordon of Aberlour, 401.

Gordon of Glenbucket, 233, 234.

Gow, Clan, 23 (n.), 25 (n.).

Grant, Clan, 187, 189.

Grant, Sir John, 88, 89.

Grant of Culcabock, 37, 48.

Grant of Freuchie, 37, 47 (n.), 48, 64, 65, 73.

Grant of Glenmoriston, 210, 396, 397, 407.

Grant of Grant, Sir James, 47, 90.

Grant of Lurg, 90.

Grant of Mulben, 48.

Grant of Rothiemurchus, 158, 396.

 

Halidon Hill, battle of, 12.

Hamilton, Hon. George, 278,

Harlaw, battle of, 25, 28, 30.

Hartfell, Earl of, 97.

Hawley, General, 225.

Hay, Lord John, 256.

Haya, John de, 11.

Highland Society of London, 332-5, 410, 411.

Hogarth, 276, 277.

Huntly, Earl and Marquis of, 36, 39, 40, 59, 60, 64, 65, 67, 69, 76, 78, 80-5, 87, 91, 150, 171, 286, 335 (n.), 341, 348, 400.

 

Inverlochy, battle of; 7, 28, 92, 93, 95, 96.

Invernahavon, battle of, 14, 15, 22.

Inverness, 26, 35, 59, 162, 229-31, 346.

Isla, Angus Og of, 2.

Isla, John of, 13, 27.

 

James I., 17-19, 26.

James II., 169, 170 (n.).

James IV., 35, 36, 41-3, 166.

James V., 36, 41, 43, 45, 78.

James VI., 229.

Johnson, Dr., 276, 277.

 

Kay, Clan, 4.

Keppoch, lands of, 3, 107, 180.

Killiecrankie, battle of, 193-9, 209-12.

Kilmarnock, Lord, 226, 227.

Kinrara, lands of, 5.

Kintail, Mackenzies of, 41, 87.

Kintail, Lord, 73, 209.

Kishorn, lands of, 32, 41, 64.

 

Lamberton, Henry de, 10.

Lauder, Bishop, 20.

Lauderdale, Duke of, 150, 151, 157, 158.

Lennox, Earl of, 40, 46.

Leslie, David, 104.

Lichfield, Dowager Countess of, 332.

Lismore, Lord, 249.

Livingstone, Sir Thomas, 201.

Lochaber, Thane of, Kenneth, 9.

Lochalsh, Alexander, Lord of, 34-7, 41-4.

Lochalsh, Celestine, Lord of, 26, 27, 32, 46.

Lochalsh, lands of, 64, 73, 87.

Locharkaig, lands of, 3, 6, 53, 27, 28, 30, 31, 41, 42 (n.), 62, 73, 75, 88, 116, 140. 151, 162, 165, 235, 236, 256, 284.

Lochiel, lands of, 6, 26, 27, 35, 36, 38, 45, 73, 78,

Lochiel, lands of, rental of, in 1787, 458-60.

Logan, Adam de, 11.

Loudon, Lord, 229.

Louis XIV., 208.

Lord of the Isles, Alexander, 3, 5, 26, 28, 30, 42 (n.).

Lord of the Isles, Angus, 32.

Lord of the Isles, Donald, 25.

Lord of the Isles, Godfrey, 42 (n.).

Lord of the Isles, John, 27, 47.

Lord High Steward of Scotland, Alan, 11.

Lorne, Marquis of, 411.

 

MacAlastair of Loup, 201.

MacAllan of Lundie, 73.

MacBean, Clan. 4.

MacBeth, 9.

MacDonald of Balranald, 404,

MacDonald of Barrisdale, 233-6, 379.

MacDonald of Clanranald, 6, 34, 40, 42, 59, 74, 75, 77, 78, 82, 91, 94, 193, 200, 227, 230, 233-6, 241.

MacDonald of Dalily, 241.

MacDonald of Dunyveg, 40, 77.

MacDonald of Glenaladale, 241.

MacDonald of Glencoe, 65, 162, 167, 282, 283, 305, 375.

MacDonald of Glengarry, 37, 45, 45, 73, 82, 91, 93, 94, 107, 113, 114, 167, 187-91, 593, 204, 220, 230, 233-5, 237, 239, 265, 266, 284, 366.

MacDonald of Greenfield, 210.

MacDonald of Islay, 72, 73.

MacDonald of Keppoch, 33, 34, 37, 40, 94, 107, 113, 114, 167, 180-3, 220, 222, 227, 229, 230, 231 (n.), 233, 234, 237, 381, 385,

MacDonald of Kingsburgh, 392.

MacDonald of Largo, 201.

MacDonald of Lochgarry, 222, 227, 241.

MacDonald of Morar, 211.

MacDonald of Scothouse, 227.

MacDonald of Sleat, 77, 145, 200, 209, 210.

MacDonald of Tullich, 180 (n.).

MacDonald of Vallay, 210.

MacDonell, Lord, 94.

MacDougall of Fairlochline, 63.

MacDougall of Lorne, 48, 49.

MacDougall of MacDougall, 211.

MacGilleCattan, Dougal Dall, 13.

MacGillivray, Clan, 4.

MacGillonie, Clan, 5, 8, 9, 27.

MacGlashan, Clan, 23 (n.).

MacGregor, Clan, 44, 74-6, 82-5, 162, 234, 236.

MacGregor of Balhaldy, 249, 251.

MacIan of Ardnamurchan, 37, 70.

MacKay, Clan, 38.

MacKay of Bighouse, 210, 380.

MacKay, General, 184, 189, 190, 193, 194, 196-9, 209.

MacKay of Island-handa, 211.

MacKenzie, Col. Hugh, 257.

MacKenzie of Kilcoy, Sir Colin, 396.

Mackenzie of Kintail and Seaforth, 45, 51, 87.

MacKenzie of Kintail, John, 48.

MacKenzie of Kintail, Kenneth, 48.

MacKenzie of Rosehaugh, 183.

MacKenzie of Suddie, 176, 180, 355.

MacKinnon, Clan, 233, 234.

MacKinnon of Stratbordell, 77.

MacKintosh, Angus, VI. Chief, 13.

MacKintosh of Aberarder, 210.

MacKintosh, Clan, 1-3, 5-7, 13, 17, 21, 23, 24, 26, 28, 30, 33, 50,62,64, 65, 67, 70, 83-7, 89, 92, 151, 159-67, 170, 180-2, 231, 234, 236.

MacKintosh, Duncan, 31, 44.

MacKintosh, Farquhar, 44.

MacKintosh, Gillichallum, 31.

MacKintosh, Lachlan, 16, 44, 64, 88, 151.

MacKintosh, Lachlan, “Badenoch,” 31.

MacKintosh, Malcolm, 3, 28, 30.

MacKintosh, William, 3, 13, 27, 38, 40, 42, 44, 48, 142.

MacLachlan of Coruanan, 50, 54, 210.

MacLachlan of Strath-Lachlan, 54.

MacLean of Ardgour, 94, 210, 278, 282.

MacLean, Clan, 26, 27, 29, 45, 96, 173-5, 185, 197, 205, 231. 233, 338.

MacLean of CoIl, 26, 27, 36, 257.

MacLean of Drimnin, 325, 326.

MacLean of Duart, 37, 62, 70-2. 77, 157, 167, 168, 200, 209.

MacLean, Hector Bui, 29.

MacLean, John Garve, 26.

MacLean, Sir John, 193.

MacLean of Lochbuy, 26, 27, 36, 38, 73, 74, 76, 79.

MacLean of Pennycross, 326.

MacLean of Torloisk, Colonel, 327, 328, 330.

MacLeod, Clan, 234.

MacLeod of Dunvegan, 37.

MacLeod of Hammer, 410.

MacLeod of Harris, 77.

MacLeod of MacLeod, 209, 410.

MacMartin, Clan, 4, 6, 7, 10 (n.), 31, 94, 145.

MacMhicEoin, 70-2.

MacMillan, Clan, 4.

MacMillan, Ewen, foster-brother of Col. John Cameron of Fassiefern, 284; anecdote of, 288; devotion of, 294, 295, 303, 304.

MacNeill of Barra, 283, 286, 305, 341.

MacPherson of Breakachy, 210, 239, 240.

MacPherson, Clan, 2, 4, 5, 14-16, 23 (n.), 159, 162, 234.

MacPherson of Cluny, 210, 222, 229, 234-7, 239-41, 265, 283.

MacPherson of Dalraddie, 210.

MacRuari of Moydart, Allan, 37.

Madderty, Lord, 91, 92.

Malcolm, Ceanmore, 10.

Mamore, lands of, 400.

Mar, Earl of, 12 (n.), 28, 158.

March, Earl of, 22.

Marischal, Earl, 158.

Mary, Queen, 36, 42, 60, 203.

Melford, Earl of; 17.

Menteith, Earl of, 11.

Menzies, Clan, 234.

Menzies, Major Duncan, 202.

Mhic Govie, Clan, 4.

Middleton, Earl of; 157.

Middleton, General, 114, 115, 130, 131, 133-6, 149, 150,

206.

Monk, General, 110, 115, 116, 138, 141-5, 148-50.

Montrose, Marquis of, 92, 93, 95-8, 102, 103, 106, 108, 118, 119, 144, 158, 185, 381.

Moray, Earl of, 47 (n.), 60, 64, 65, 158, 161, 162, 166.

Morgan, General, 115, 134, 135.

Mostyn, Colonel, 330, 331.

Mulroy, battle of; 182.

Munro, Clan, 38.

Murray, Lord George, 227, 229, 267.

Murray, Secretary, 230, 233-6.

Murray of Struan, 174.

Murray, William, 100.

 

Nairne, Lord, 222.

Napoleon, 363, 366-70.

Newry, John, 104.

North Inch of Perth, 1-4, 16, 21, 23.

 

Ogilvy, Lord, 97, 234, 245, 246, 264, 266, 267.

Ossianic Controversy, 333-5.

 

Perth, Earl of; 17, 91, 92.

Philipshaugh, battle of, 97.

Pitsligo, Lord, 234.

Preston, battle of, 103, 223, 224, 385.

 

Quatre-Bras, battle of, 213, 282, 303, 363, 364-6, 378.

Queensferry Duke of, 258.

Qwhele, Clan, 4.

 

Randulph, Thomas, 27.

Reay, Lord, 210.

Reginald of the Isles, 27, 28.

Richmond, Duchess of; 263.

Robert Bruce, 2, 11, 27.

Robert II., 27, 28, 380, 385.

Robert III., 17, 21, 22.

Robertson, Struan, 167 (n.).

Ross, Earl of; Alexander, 5.

Ross, Earl of; John, 26, 27, 47.

Ross, Earl of; William, 5.

Ross of Urchany, 159.

Rothes, Earl of, 160.

 

Saxe, Marshal, 219.

Scone, Lord, 76.

Seaforth, MacKenzies of; 41, 91, 200.

Selkirk, Lord, 410.

Sempill, Lord, 245-7, 249, 309.

Sliochd-Gow-chruim, 4.

Smith, Clan, 4, 23 (n.), 25 (n.).

Smith of Ballvarry, 24 (n.).

Soirlie, Clan, 4.

Spotiswood, Sir Robert, 97-100, 102, 103.

Stewart of Appin, 229, 233, 234.

Stewart of Ardshiel, 222, 237.

Stewart, Clan, 38, 93, 230, 231.

Stewart of Duror, 38.

Stewart of Glenbuckie, 386.

Stewart of Invernaheil, 229.

Stirling, Sheriff of; Alexander, 10.

Strathallan, Viscount, 177.

Strathdon, lands of; 12 (n.).

Strome, Castle, 32, 41, 47 (n.), 64, 73.

Stuart, John Roy, 233, 234, 241.

Sutherland, Earl of; 43.

 

“Taillear Dubh,” 48, 50-8.

Talavera, battle of; 355, 413.

Tarbert, Lord, 175, 180, 181.

Tarrel, Clan, 4.

Taylor, Professor, Malcolm Campbell, 54, 56.

Thriepland, Sir Stewart, 239.

Tulliebardine, Earl of, 100, 221.

Tweeddale, Marquis of; 256.

 

Urquhart, Sir Alexander, 35.

 

Waterloo, battle of; 256, 306, 319, 366-70, 378, 379,

Wellington, Duke of, 298, 301-3. 305, 354-7, 360-2, 364-6, 369-70, 377-9.

Wemyss, Earl of, 332.

William the Lyon, 10.

William of Orange, 181, 182, 184, 199-202, 204, 221, 310, 311.

Wodehouse, Admiral, descendants of; 279-80.

Wynd, Henry, 23, 24, 25 (n.).

York, Duke of, 149, 157, 169-71, 176, 246, 253, 276, 289, 298, 336, 342-7, 374.