Ascanius (son of Æneas [James]), as a reference to Charles Edward Stuart was first used in Jacobite Lairds of Gask from 1743.
Ascanius (son of Æneas [James]), as a reference to Charles Edward Stuart was first used in Oliphant of Gask correspondence from 1743, and later in the tract Æneas and His Two Sons (printed for J. Oldcastle 1746).
The interviews recorded by Dr John Burton, M.D. of York were published in 1749 as A Genuine and True Journal of the Miraculous Escape of the Young Chevalier which would go on to be Book II of all subsequent versions of Ascanius. This version is printed for W. Webb of St. Paul’s. The first was printed for B.A. of Charing-Cross (Benjamin Andrews).
A pamphlet called A particular account of the battle of Culloden exists that purportedly was written by Lord George Murray.