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Part of the Jacobite rising of An incident in the rebellion of , by David Morier. Date 16 April Three miles south of Culloden , east of Inverness , Scotland. Great Britain. Duke of Cumberland. Charles Edward Stuart. Jacobites: 1,—2, killed or wounded   captured  France: captured . Lord George Murray 's Division. Raised not as a clan but as a feudal levy. Possibly consisted of 3 regiments. Suffered badly from desertion. Led by Sir Donald Cameron of Lochiel.
Regarded as one of the strongest Jacobite units, and as elite. Stewarts of Appin or Appin Regiment : men. Led by Charles Stuart of Ardsheal.
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The regiment suffered from desertion. During the campaign it suffered 90 killed, 65 wounded. Lord John Drummond 's Division. Led at Culloden by Charles Fraser of Inverallochie , whose battalion was numbered at about The Master of Lovat's battalion missed the battle by several hours. Sometimes referred to in secondary sources as Clan Chattan Regiment.
A composite unit, like the Atholl Brigade. Led by Alexander McGillivray of Dunmaglass.
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Lost most of its officers at Culloden. Consisted of mostly Highlanders but not all.
Described by James Logie as "dressed in highland clothes mostly". The unit campaigned as part of the Athole Brigade, though fought at Culloden for the first time as a stand-alone unit. This very small unit was led by Roderick Og Chisholm. Suffered very heavy casualties at Culloden. Duke of Perth 's Division.