Clan Donald Magazine No13 (1995) Online
The last issue of our
magazine, Number 12, was published in 1991 to coincide with the
centenary of its publisher, The Clan Donald Society of Edinburgh
This issue, Number
13, has been published to coincide with the 250th anniversary of the
last and greatest attempt to restore the royal house of Stewart,
which has become known as the Forty-Five.
Since the publication
of Number 12, the Society has celebrated its centenary and in 1992
the tercentenary of the Massacre of Glencoe was commemorated with a
service in St. Mary's Episcopal Church, Glencoe and by a
wreath-laying ceremony at the Memorial, which was performed by Lord
Macdonald, the High Chief of the Clan, with an estimated attendance
of 300 persons.
The contents of this
number, needless to say, include a number of articles on the
Forty-Five but care has been taken to maintain the usual balance
between items of both a historical and a topical nature.
The Editor wishes,
once again, to thank all those who have so kindly submitted articles
and photographs for publication, our advertisers for their support
and his wife for her invaluable assistance in the preparation of the
material for publication and proof reading.
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