Scots are engaged on the left flank by numerous Government troops.
This ended badly for the Jacobite cause.
Lord Argylle and his French advisor Capitaine Homarde watch the forward
assault dwindle before the Hanovarian line. A small cadre of highlanders
form behind the Lord to muster the retreating remnants.
A mighty clash of horse and highland swords. The Jacobites stand and the close
combat is a draw with light casualties for each side. The battle closes with no rematch.
The Royal Ecossois is lectured by French advisor, Chevalier-Capitaine Candias.
Bold highlanders forward vainly attempt to breach the Hanovarian line.
Lord and Lady Murray look on as the Jacobite charge on the right flank
cannot manage a breach.