DescriptionThe easy capture of Carlisle was probably one of the high-points in the Stuart 1745 campaign, the town surrendering without much in the way of resistance but as in border towns the world over, subject to the ebb and flow of opposing interests, choosing the wining side is tactically smart though always subject to gambler's risk, if only we had the advantage of foresight, we might have decided otherwise is as plaintively accurate today as it was desirable then.
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Added by: Simon Cotterill
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Picture Taken: 2014-02-05T12:08:08