| By Clematis Delany |
一个国王，没有宝座，一个潇洒的年轻的王子，和流亡的军队。詹姆斯党的这些基本组成部分 - 与一些飘渺的湖泊，崎岖的高地，图谋天主教徒和宫廷抛出 - 完美地借给自己高浪漫和冒险。这是毫不奇怪那么，斯图亚特王朝及其党人支持者早期浪漫主义苏格兰提供了灵感，在作家，如沃尔特·斯科特爵士和罗伯特·路易斯·史蒂文森，罗伯特·彭斯的诗歌和流行曲喜欢的作品明显The Skye Boat Song. With a core narrative of brave young men fighting a doomed cause against an oppressive regime, (particularly embodied in the merciless Duke of Cumberland), the stories surrounding the two Jacobite risings remain popular today, as the recent success of Diana Gabaldon’s局外人系列历史小说的显示。
在另一方面，增加了浪漫的旋向传奇是詹姆斯党的现代部分，特别是在苏格兰，在那里部族生活的传统权力和方式受到威胁，并最终打破，由汉诺威君主。敬酒“王过水”，装饰玻璃器皿和珠宝党人符号，如加冕荆棘和白色的玫瑰，和身穿白色帽徽是詹姆斯党文化的所有元素。拒绝汉诺威君主为斯图尔特的房子也送入苏格兰宗教，民族主义和反对苏格兰和英格兰的联盟反叛的时代课题 - 斯图亚特密切与苏格兰联系，并进行了周密的维护流亡这个环节，为苏格兰提供了一个依据在起义和恢复的整个18世纪所有的方案的支持。
即将推出的除了大风的金宝搏彩票State Papers Onlineseries,The Stuart and Cumberland Papers from the Royal Archives, Windsor, illustrates the origins of Scottish Romanticism in Jacobitism in many ways, but particularly through narratives of the risings of 1715 and 1745, and in the collected poems of Jacobite supporters. Two journals from the rising of 1745 sing the praises of Charles Edward, later known as Bonnie Prince Charlie, and paint him in a very favorable light, emphasizing his popularity with the Scottish people and his own bravery and endurance while on the run after the Battle of Culloden had been lost in 1746.
Charles likewise received many tributes, particularly in the years surrounding 1745, such as this solemn acrostic:
Perhaps it was a good thing for Romanticism that the Jacobites never were restored; a young prince fighting for his birthright is an undeniably Romantic image and fertile ground for any writer, and the practical realities of a new monarch could hardly fail to fall short of such idealized notions. Had the Stuarts returned, literature, as well as politics, might have taken a very different road. On the other hand, this would also have meant some of the lyrical flights of the Jacobite poets would most likely have gone unwritten, sparing the world some truly execrable verse…
Please note: All sources mentioned are available in the digital archiveState Papers Online: The Stuart and Cumberland Papers from the Royal Archives, Windsor.