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Stirling becomes occupied by Bonnie Prince Charlie. Read More
Jacobite forces defeat the British government in the Battle of Falkirk. Read More
An end to the Jacobite Rising is brought about by the Battle of Culloden. Read More
The contraction of Samuel Johnson to write his A Dictionary of the English Language takes place.
French and Spanish troops are defeated by Austrian forces in the Battle of Piacenza. Read More
The canonization of Catherine of Ricci takes place. Read More
The Dress Act is enacted in Scotland, forbidding the wearing of kilts. Read More
The beheading of Earl of Kilmarnock and Lord Balmerinoch, two of the four rebellious Scottish lords, takes place in the Tower.
After the Jacobite rising of 1745 turns out to be unsuccessful, Bonnie Prince Charlie flees from Arisaig to the Isle of Skye.
The establishment of Princeton as the College of New Jersey takes place. Read More
Lima and Callao in Peru are destroyed by an earthquake. Read More
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