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Portrait of Prince Charles Edward Stuart (1720–1788), Eldest Son of Prince James Francis Edward Stuart c.1750 by William Mosman (Scottish c.1700–1771)

Portrait of Prince Charles Edward Stuart (1720–1788), Eldest Son of Prince James Francis Edward Stuart c.1750 by William Mosman (Scottish c.1700–1771)

Anne Louis Goislard de Montsabert, comte de Richbourg-le-Toureil, Nicolas de Largillière, 1734

Anne Louis Goislard de Montsabert, comte de Richbourg-le-Toureil, Nicolas de Largillière, 1734

Flora Macdonald by Allan Ramsay (1713 - 1784) © 2006 University of Oxford - Ashmolean Museum

Flora Macdonald by Allan Ramsay (1713 - 1784) © 2006 University of Oxford - Ashmolean Museum

Flora Macdonald [Fionnghal nighean Raghnaill ’ic Aonghais Òig], (1722-1790), 1747, by Richard Wilson. Jacobite heroine. She helped Prince Charles Edward Stuart, the Young Pretender, escape by boat to Skye, disguising him as her maidservant. Imprisoned in London, she was released in 1747 and commissioned this portrait which she gave to the captain of the ship which had brought her south, in thanks for the kindness he had shown her.

Flora Macdonald [Fionnghal nighean Raghnaill ’ic Aonghais Òig], (1722-1790), 1747, by Richard Wilson. Jacobite heroine. She helped Prince Charles Edward Stuart, the Young Pretender, escape by boat to Skye, disguising him as her maidservant. Imprisoned in London, she was released in 1747 and commissioned this portrait which she gave to the captain of the ship which had brought her south, in thanks for the kindness he had shown her.

Prince Charles Edward Stuart, 1720 - 1788. Eldest son of Prince James Francis Edward Stuart (1732) by Antonio David

Prince Charles Edward Stuart, 1720 - 1788. Eldest son of Prince James Francis Edward Stuart (1732) by Antonio David

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