Clan Mackenzie & the Jacobite Risings


Published in 2011 by Andrew McKenzie

135 in stock


Jacobite was the name given to  a supporter of James VII of Scotland (II of England) and his heirs.  James’s reign was short lived.  Threatened by his Roman Catholicism, the birth of a Catholic heir in 1688 was the final straw for the English elite who invited James’s Protestant daughter Mary and her husband, William of Orange to assume the throne.  James panicked and fled to France – this presented the Mackenzie family who had benefited from James’s patronage with a serious dilemma.

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Weight .58 kg
Dimensions 21.1 × 14.7 × 0.3 cm


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