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William Hamilton

(1704—1754) poet and Jacobite army officer


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Of Bangour (1704–54) Scottish Jacobite patriot and poet, who commemorated the battle of Gladsmuir in an ode and fought at Culloden. He is chiefly remembered for his song ‘The Braes ...

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