GEOFFREY PARKER e a Revolução Militar: O caso da batalha de Culloden (1746)
“They then came running on inThe Gentlemens Magazine Vol. XVI, 1746 page 209. their wild Manner; and upon the Right, where His Royal Highness had placed him- self, imagining the greatest Push would be there, they came down three several Times within a Hundred Yards of our Men, Tiring their Pis- tols and brandishing their Swords but the Royals and Pulteney’s hardly took their Firelocks from their Shoulders, so that after those faint Attempts they made off; and the little Squadrons on our Right were sent to pursue them. General Hawley had, by the Help of our Highlanders, beat down two, little Stone Walls, and came; in upon the right Flank of their second Line.”
“The right wing advanced first as the whole line did much Journals and Memoirs of the Young Pretenders Expedition at the same time. The left wing did in 1745, by Highland Officers in his Army. In: The Lockhart Papers not attack the enemy, at lest did not go in sword in hand, imagining they would be flankd by a regiment of foot and some horse, which the enemy brought up at that time from their second line or corps de reserve. When the right wing were within pistol shot of the enemy, they received a most terrible fire not only in front but also in flank, by reason of those who were posted near the stone walls, notwithstanding of which they went in sword in hand, after giving their fire cross to the enemy and were received by them with theirspontoons and byonetts.”
Journals and Memoirsof the Young Pretenders Expedition PARKER, Geoffrey. The military revolution:in 1745, by Highland Officers military innovation and the rise of the westin his Army. In: The Lockhart Papers. 1500-1800. Cambridge University Press. 2nd ed., 1996. FONTES PRIMÁRIAS FONTES SECUNDÁRIAS The Gentlemens Magazine Vol. XVI, 1746. pag 209. REID, Stuart. The Highland Clansman, 1689-1746. Osprey Publishing. Oxford, 1997. ___Culloden Moor, 1746: The death of the Jacobite cause. Osprey Publishing, Oxford, 2002.