History articles tagged with 'Bonnie Prince Charlie'



Attractions to visit tagged with 'Bonnie Prince Charlie'

Name Town County Attraction Type Heritage Rating
Beldorney Castle Dumeath Grampian Castle 3 Heritage Rating
Callendar House Falkirk Central Scotland Historic House 4 Heritage Rating
Canongate Kirk Edinburgh Lothian Historic Church 3 Heritage Rating
Castle Stalker Portnacroish Strathclyde Castle 4 Heritage Rating
Covesea Covesea Grampian Village 2 Heritage Rating
Craigdarroch Moniaive Dumfries and Galloway Historic House 4 Heritage Rating
Drumlanrig Castle Thornhill Dumfries and Galloway Historic House 4 Heritage Rating
Dunvegan Castle Dunvegan Highlands and Islands Castle 4 Heritage Rating
Flora MacDonald's House Mingarry Highlands and Islands Historic Building 3 Heritage Rating
Fort George Fort George Highlands and Islands Historic Building 3 Heritage Rating
Glenfinnan Monument Glenfinnan Highlands and Islands Historic Building 4 Heritage Rating
Hartley Wintney, St Mary's Church Hartley Wintney Hampshire Historic Church 4 Heritage Rating
Loch Ness Highlands and Islands Countryside 4 Heritage Rating
Nunton Chapel (Teampall Mhuire) Nunton Highlands and Islands Historic Church 3 Heritage Rating
Prince Charlie's Cave Elgol Highlands and Islands Countryside 3 Heritage Rating
Scottish National Portrait Gallery Edinburgh Lothian Museum 3 Heritage Rating
Skye Museum of Island Life Kilmuir Highlands and Islands Museum 3 Heritage Rating
Traquair House Innerleithen Borders Historic House 5 Heritage Rating
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This prolonged conflict between England and France began in 1337



19 February, 1858

Conspiracy to Murder bill rejected by Commons

The bill proposed anti-terrorist measures, specifically making it a crime in Britain to plot a foreign murder. The failure of the bill caused Lord Palmerston to resign as PM

His nickname meant 'ill council'



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