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History Scotland Quiz - Bonnie Prince Charlie

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Bonnie Prince Charlie

 

How well do you know the life of the Scottish Prince Charles Edward Stuart? Test your knowledge of the life of Bonnie Prince Charlie in our History Scotland quiz.

Q1. What was the exact date of Prince Charles Edward Stewart’s birth?


Q2. Charles went on tour in the year 1737.  To which part of Europe did his travels take him?
 
Q3. Who were ‘the Seven Men of Glenmoriston’?

Q4. Where was Flora Macdonald taken to for imprisonment after her arrest?
 
Q5. What was the name of the Englishman among ‘the Seven Men of Moidart’?

Q6. Which part of Edinburgh remained in the possession of the government troops after Charles’s entry to Edinburgh?

Q7. How many months did Charles remain in Scotland after Culloden?
 
Q8. In which year was Charles’s daughter born?

Q9. Whom did Charles marry in 1772?
 
Q10. What was the name of the man for whom Charles’s wife left him in 1780?

HOW WELL DID YOU DO? Click here for the Bonnie Prince Charlie quiz answers…

Questions taken from The Scottish Quiz Book published by Waverley Publishing at £5.99 – a collection of 3,000 thematically arranged questions covering all aspects of Scotland’s life.

Find out more about Bonnie Prince Charlie on the following pages…

Bonnie Prince Charlie: exploring the myths
 
Bonnie Prince Charlie begins the Jacobite Rising
 
Bonnie Prince Charlie escapes to Skye
 
Bonnie Prince Charlie is forced to retreat from Derby

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