James Edward Stuart (James II's son, known as 'the Old Pretender')
arrives at the Firth of Forth but, on 27th March, returns to
Dunkirk without having managed to stir up a rebellion.
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Editors. "The Old Pretender arrives at Firth of Forth but soon returns to Dunkirk". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 01 April 2011
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