Abbreviations Preface: Breandan O Buachalla, A Tribute - Eamonn O Ciardha Introduction: Living with Jacobitism - Allan I Macinnes, Lesley Graham and Kieran German 1 The First Jacobite and the Scottish Parliament - Alastair J Mann 2 The Scottish Jacobite Community at Saint-Germain after the Departure of the Stuart Court - Edward Corp 3 Liturgy: The Sacramental Soul of Jacobitism - Alexander Emsley Nimmo 4 'Zealous in the Defence of the Protestant Religion and Liberty': The Making of Whig Scotland, c1688-c1746 - Christopher A Whatley 5 Jonathan Swift's Memoirs of a Jacobite - Ian Higgins 6 'Female Rebels': The Female Figure in Anti-Jacobite Propaganda - Carine Martin 7 Commerce and the Jacobite Court: Scottish Migrants in France, 1688-1718 - Siobhan Talbott 8 Ultramontane Ultras: The Intellectual Character of Irish Students at the University of Paris - Michael Brown 9 To a Fair Meeting on the Green: The Order of Toboso and Jacobite Fraternalism, 1726-c1739 - Robert Collis 10 English and Scottish Jacobite Painters in Eighteenth-Century Rome - Marion Amblard 11 Polite War: Material Culture of the Jacobite Era, 1688-1760 - Jennifer L Novotny 12 Robert Adam: 'My Mother's Dear British Boy' - Ranald MacInnes 13 From Jacobite to Jacobin: Robert Watson's Life in Opposition - Dominic Green 14 Robert Louis Stevenson's 'The Young Chevalier': Unimagined Space - Lesley Graham Notes Index
Allan I MacInnes is Professor of Early Modern History at the University of Strathclyde. He is a specialist in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries and has published extensively on Covenants, Clans and Clearances, British State Formation and Jacobitism. In 2005 and 2012 he was the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Fellow of the Huntington Library. Kieran German is a Tutor in the Department of History at Strathclyde University, where his research interests include early modern Scottish society, and Jacobitism and Episcopalianism in Scottish, British and trans-national contexts. Lesley Graham is a Lecturer in English and Scottish Studies at the University of Bordeaux 2, where her research interests include the works of Robert Louis Stevenson, issues of Scottish identity as expressed in travel writings, English auto-biographies and new technologies that can be applied to the teaching of English. She is the Treasurer for the French Society of Scottish Studies.
'A stimulating and exciting book which opens a new window on the Jacobites as a living, dynamic community.' Daniel Szechi, University of Manchester