The Newgate Calendar: the Stuart Rebellions
The Rebellion of 1715
THE FIRST REBELLION IN SCOTLAND.
Account of the rise and progress of the rebellion in Scotland, 1715; With full accounts of the principal traitors who were executed.
COLONEL HENRY OXBURGH
Executed at Tyburn, May 14, 1716, for High Treason.
Executed at Tyburn, May 25; 1716, for High Treason.
REV. WILLIAM PAUL
Executed at Tyburn, July 18, 1716, for High Treason.
JOHN HALL, ESQ.
Executed at Tyburn, July 18,1716, for High Treason.
FOLLOWERS OF KING JAMES III (ROBERT WHITTY, FELIX O'HARA, AND JOSEPH SULLIVAN)
who were tried on Account of the Rebellion in the year 1715.
Jacobite, who plotted to assassinate King George I. Executed 17th March, 1718
CHRISTOPHER LAYER, ESQ.
Executed at Tyburn, March 15, 1723, for High Treason.
The Rebellion of 1745
THE SECOND REBELLION OF THE PRETENDER TO THE BRITISH THRONE
in the year 1745.
THE ESCAPE OF THE PRETENDER
To enumerate the different trials of the rebels convicted and executed would nearly fill one of our volumes; and having given the outlines of the treason in which they were all implicated, a recapitulation of the evidence to the same tenor, is unnecessary. Let it therefore suffice to say, that numbers were executed in different parts of England, and many of their heads placed on public buildings, and others transported to America.
THE EARL OF KILMARNOCK, THE EARL OF CROMARTIE, THE LORD BALMERINO
Three of the principal rebel chiefs
Who assumed the title of Earl of Derwentwater
Beheaded for High Treason, at the age of Eighty, on 9th of April, 1747
The rebel bishop of Carlisle.
FRANCIS TOWNLEY, JEMMY DAWSON AND OTHERS
Lesser rebels against his Majesty