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kaig treasure, 92, 157 ; in Borne,
94 ; ignorant of Charles's where-
abouts in September 1750, 102 ;
his descent, 145 ; heir to the
chieftainship of Glengarry, 146 ;
his habitual use of ' how ' for
' who,' 147, 162; family history,
147 ; fond of Smollett's novels,
147 ; his portrait, 149 ; holds a
captain's commission in the
French service, 149 ; sent on a
mission to Charles, 149 ; cap-
tured and imprisoned in the
Tower, 150; misfortunes of his
family, 151 ; not unsuspected in
1752, 152 ; letters to James III.,
152; his poverty, 154; sells
his sword and shoe buckles,
155 ; brings various charges
against Archibald Cameron,
1 57 ; accused of forgery, 158 ;
tries to secure himself by an
interview with the King, 159 ;
anonymous charges against
him, 161 ; a friend of Murray
of Broughton, 161 ; his spelling
evidence against him, 161 ; gives
his real name and address, 164,
314 ; implicated in the Elibank
plot, 169 ; revelations to Pelham,
172 ; meets Charles at Furness,
177 ; meets Lord Elibank, 177 ;
writes to James's secretary
regarding recent movements,
179 ; regrets the failure of the
plot, 179 ; speaks of his illness
181, 185 ; professes his loyalty,
182 ; in need of money, 185 ;
dealings with Earl Marischal,
187, 189 ; meets Charles at a
masked ball, 187; assures the
English Government he can
fully answer for the Highlands,
194 ; his vanity and pride, 194,
283 ; accuses Archy Cameron
and Cluny Macpherson of pilfer-



INDEX



341



ing from the Loch Arkaig trea-
sure, 200 ; accused of being in
communication with Murray of
Broughton, 204 ; interview with
Charles, 210 ; forwards a copy of
Lochgarry's memorial to Eng-
land, 213 ; report made by him
in London, 219 ; absurdity of
identifying him with James
Mohr Macgregor, 232 note, 238
note ; contemns the latter, 233
note ; refuses to allow arms to
be landed in his own country,
240 ; not trusted by Clanranald,
240 ; appealed to for confirma-
tion of James Mohr Mac-
gregor's information, 247 ; to
be sent to play the spy in Ire-
land, 248 ; caUed to France,
264 ; reports the quarrel
between Charles and the Earl
Marischal, 274, 279 ; succeeds
his father, 276 ; receives a gold
snuff-box from Charles, 279 ;
becomes chief of the Macdon-
nells, 280 ; asks for a pension,
284 ; refused a fowling-piece,
284 ; his arrogance and extor-
tion, 285 ; candour, 290 ; atti-
tude during the French pre-
parations to invade England,
311; last letter, 312; death,314;
cited, 64, 65, 102, 109, 128, 141,
143

Pitsligo, Lord, quoted for the
character of Charles, 253

Poland, after the Peace of Aix-la-
Chapelle, 45 ; 56, 57, 60

Pompadour, Madame de, insulted
by Charles, 35, 303 ; hostile to
him, 41, 220 ; reported to have
been bought over by England,
220 ; cited, 205

Pope, the, dare not treat Charles
on a royal footing, 319

Potsdam, 59

Prestonpans, 7, 231

* Pretender, Old,' the. See James

Primrose, Lady, her alarm at the
appearance of Charles at one of
herparties, 107; correspondence
with him, 141 ; painful position,
142 ; cited, 120, 139



Pringle, Sir John, correspondence
with David Hume, 20, 108

Puysieux, M. de, succeeds D'Ar-
genson at the French Foreign
Office, 35 ; reported to be an
enemy of Charles's, 41, 220 ;
cited, 52, 53, 129



Quibekon Bay, 309



Radzivil, Prince, said to be de-
sirous of marrying his daughter
to Charles, 56
Rudzivil, Princess, supposed pro-
spective marriage to Charles,
51
' Redgauntlet,' cited, 1, 2, 125
Richardson, Samuel, cited, 120
Richelieu, Duke of, reported to be
a friend of Charles, 220 ; inter-
view with him, 291
Roberts, Mr., 288
Robertson, of Wood Street, 176
Robertson of Inerchraskie, 277

n o te
Robinson, Sir Thomas, 288
Rochefort, Madame de, quoted,

287
Rohenstart, Baron, his reported
marriage to the daughter of
Charles, 321
Rohan, Princess of, 227
Rondeau, Baron de, 46, 51 note
Rose, Mr. Murray, his theory
identifying Pickle the spy with
.James Mohr Macgregor, 145
note, 231 note, 232 note, 267
note
Routh, Colonel, Irish Jacobite, 87
Routh, Father, Irish Jesuit, de-
nounced in Voltaire's • Can-
dide,' 87
Routh, Madame de, correspond-
ence with Charles, 82
Ruthven, 19, 21



St. Contest, M., reported by
Pickle to be unfriendly to
Charles, 220 ; cited, 224

Saint Germain, M., 45, 210



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St. Joseph, Convent of, Faubourg
St. Germain, founded by
Madame de Montespan, 79

Saint-Maur, Madame Dupre de,
watches by the deathbed of
Montesquieu, 87

Saxe, Marshal, cited for the use
of a false nose, 288

1 Scots Magazine, The,' of May
1753, pleads for clemency on
behalf of Archibald Cameron,
201

Scott, Sir Walter, the facts on
which ' Redgauntlet ' rests im-
perfectly known to him, 1 ;
on the policy of George II. 's
ministers regarding the schemes
of Dr. Cameron, 3, 195 ; sus-
pects the existence of Pickle, 2 ;
possibly knew who he was, 4 ;
on the character of Alexander
Murray, 125 ; presented with
the dog Maida, 165 ; on Alastair
Macdonell, 165 ; on the fate of
1 >r. Cameron, 202 ; cited, 12,

19, 140, 141 note, 238, 321,
323

Scotus (Macdonnell of), his won-
derful adventures after Cullo-
den, 166

Sempil, Lord, one of ' the King's
party,' 30 ; warns James against
the Prince's counsellors, 31 ;
cited, 33, 155

Sheridan, Sir Thomas (governor
of Charles), one of ' the Prince's
party,' 30, 31 ; dead, 90 ; cited,

20, 134, 261, 318
Shirramuir, 126, 147, 148
Silesia, Charles sought for there,

183
Skalleter, 176
Smollett, admires the qualities

exhibited by Charles in his

wanderings, 24 ; cited, 147,

164
Sobieski Stuarts, the, cited, 51,

138 note, 321
Somerled, 146

Soubise, Prince de, 303, 309, 311
Spence, cited for his ' Anecdotes,'

126 note
Stafford, appeals to Charles for



monev, 83 ; cited, 134, 261,
318

Stanhope, Lord, on the character
of Charles, 11 ; cited for the
colour of the latter's eyes, 15

Stevenson, Mr., cited for the
colour of Charles's eyes, 15 ;
for ' Catriona,' 230; and 'Kid-
napped,' 278

Stewart, Allan Breck, the sup-
posed murderer of Colin Camp-
bell of Glenure, 235 ; spoils
James Mohr Macgregor, 249

Stolberg, Louisa, Princess, mar-
ries Charles, 320 ; elopes with
Alheri, 321

Strange, Sir Robert, engraver,
cited for the conduct of Charles
at Culloden, 19 ; 306

Strathallan, Lord, on James
Mohr Macgregor, 233 ; cited,
175

Strickland, Francis, believed by
James to be setting Charles
against his brother, 25

Strong, Chevalier, 237

Stuart, Lady Louisa, 140

Sullivan, receives a command in
the French army, 307 ; cited,
108, 134

Swymmer, Mr., M.P., 190, 213



Talmond, Anne Charles, Prince
de, 36

Talmond, Princesse de, her rela-
tions with Charles, 36 ; scepti-
cism, 37 ; encourages Charles
in his refusal to go to Fribourg,
38 ; visits to Lorraine, 70, 74,
89 ; at the Convent of St.
Joseph, 79 ; as described by
Madame du Deffand, 85 ; quar-
rels with Charles, 111 ; ' the
old aunt,' 114 ; jealous of
Mademoiselle Luci (Ferrand),
121, 134 ; refuses to let Charles
leave the house, 253 ; visited by
Horace "Walpole, 322 ; cited, 8,
53, 104

Tate, jeweller, 107

Tencin, Cardinal, aids in the
Duke of York's flight from



INDEX



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Paris, 34, 35 ; hostile to Charles,
41 ; advocates his interests in
Poland, 46 ; informed of his
conversion, 183 ; cited, 305

Thibault, President, made guar-
dian of Charles's child, 303

Thriepland, Sir Stuart, of Fin-
gask, cited for the conduct of
Charles at Culloden, 19

Thurot, appointed to invade Scot-
land, 307 ; sails, 308

Townley, 222 note

Trant, Olive, 239

Trapaud, Colonel, on Pickle's
dealings with his tenantry, 285

Trotter, Alexander Pelham, 306
note



Valony, M., French Minister at
Berlin, 58

Vasse, Madame de, Charles lies
hidden in her rooms in the
Convent of St. Joseph in Paris,
79 ; the repositary of his strong
box, 87 ; protests she cannot
assist him, 135 ; indisposed to
his liaison with Miss Walkin-
shaw, 138 ; cited, 42, 130, 210,
263 note, 323

Vaughan, Gwynne, 171, 174, 264.
266

Venice, Charles ejected from, 77 ;
55, 57, 58

Vian, M., cited, 88

Victoria, Queen, her profile in
youth almost an exact counter-
part of that of Charles, 16 ; cited,
205

Villettes, Arthur, 293

Vincennes, 39, 40, 79

Voltaire, writes a proclamation
for Charles, 33 ; his verses on
the Princesse de Talmond, 36 ;
writes rhymed epistles to
Madame d'Aiguillon, 86; de-
nounces Father Kouth in
' Candide,' 87 ; quoted, 43, 128



Walkinshaw, John, of Barowfield,

137
Walkinshaw, Mrs. Catherine, 140



Walkinshaw, Clementina, first
meeting with Charles, 137 ;
promises to follow him if he
fail in his attempt to recover
the throne of his fathers, 137 ;
joined by him in Paris, 137 ;
returns with him to Ghent.
137 ; confined of a daughter,
138, 218 ; settles in Basle with
Charles, 274 ; flies from him,
316 ; maintained by Cardinal
Duke of York, 319 ; denies the
report of her secret marriage to
Charles, 319; cited, 213, 228,
254, 273 note, 292, 303, 323

Wallace, Sir William, 216

Walpole, Horace, on Lord
Elibank, 125 ; high opinion of
Archibald Cameron, 159 ; on
the relations existing between
the latter and Frederick, 196,
197 ; visits the Princesse de
Talmond, 322; cited, 79, 128,
287

Walsh, 120, 274

Walton (English agent in Flor-
ence), cited, 17, 33, 52, 63, 65,
110, 131, 295, 296

Warren, Colonel, arrests Mac-
donell of Barrisdale on a charge
of treason, 151

Waters, Mr. (Charles's banker in
Paris), 68 ; threatened with the
loss of his head if he does not
disclose the whereabouts of
Charles, 82 ; uses the intaglio
of the latter, 108 ; declines to
advance money to Charles,
134 ; applied to by Pickle for
money, 150; death, 136; cited,
74, 112, 113, 114, 116

Waters, Young, 161

' Waverley,' cited, 1

Webbe, Sir John, of Hathorp,
130 note

Westmoreland, Earl of, at a
Jacobite meeting in London,
107 ; cited, 198

White, Mr., 120

Williams, Sir Charles Hanbury,
remonstrates with Count Briihl
regarding the presumed pre-
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proposes to kidnap Charles, 55,
58, 61 ; reports him to be in
England, 108 ; device to dis-
cover his whereabouts, 117 ;
mares' nests, 135 ; seeks the
Prince in Silesia, 183 ; kept
in the dark as to the truth,
184

Windsor Castle, valuable nature
of the Stuart Papers at, 2, 8, 68

"Wogan, Charles, meets the Duke
of York at Arras, 32 ; cited, 46

Wood, Robert, cited for the cha-
racter of James Dawkins, 293



Wood, Mr. (afterwards Duke of

Bridge water), 224
Wotton, Sir Henry, his dictum as

to the duty of an ambassador,

131
Wynne, Sir William Watkyns,

alarmed at Jacobite prospects,

90 ; condition in 1745, 103 ;

death, 117
Wyndham, 240



Yorke, Colonel Joseph, cited, 52,



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