Extract from Urquhart and Glenmoriston: olden times in a Highland parish by William MacKay which lists the people wronged by the Duke of Kingston’s Light Horse and Sir Ludovick Grant.
Letters from Francis Kennedy regarding The Siege of Edinburgh from the Scottish Historical Review Volume VIII page 53 (1911).
Margaret Nairn; a Bundle of Jacobite Letters. By E. Maxtone Graham in the Scottish Historical Review Volume 4, No. 18, October 1906.
Charles Edward Stuart was very pleased to meet his extended family with the Duc de Bouillon and wrote to his father (parts extracted from Mémoires du duc de Luynes sur la cour de Louis XV [1735-1758]).
Details of the rebellion from a naval point of view in Naval and Military Memoirs of Great Britain from 1727 to 1783 Volume I. by Robert Beatson (1804).
The Caledonian Mercury of Tuesday 06 August 1745 has an article on the departure of Charles, Monday, September 2, 1745 and Tuesday, September 3, 1745 have news on the progress, and Monday January 20, 1746 reports on the Battle of Falkirk. The Caledonian Mercury Friday, October 4, 1745 reports on the Battle of Prestonpans. Tuesday, December 2, 1746 reports on trials and the upcoming execution of Charles Radcliffe, Earl of Derwentwater.
An old story re-told from the Newcastle Courant. The rebellion of 1745. By Newcastle Courant (1881).