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Site of the BATTLE OF CULLODEN A.D. 1746 Site of the Battle of Culloden Arhur Forbes Esq. Culloden.
Mr Forbes, Culloden
Rev. [Reverend] Mr McDonald.
012 ; 013 Situated on the north slope and near the east end of the ridge known as Drummossie Muir which rises rather abruptly from the River Nairn and falls gently towards the Moray Firth. The position that the front line of each army occupied when the battle began is shown on traces in yellow- the Royalists on the right, the Highlanders on the left. The Field presents a dreary appearance especially the lower part which is rather undulating and marshy evidently as it was on the 16th April, 1746, the day on which the battle was fought. On an elevated piece of ground, where the principle graves are, a monument to commemorate the [Continued on Page 26]
See page for this Cairn [Comment referring to Monument]

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County of Inverness Parish of Daviot and Dunlichity

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