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alry, while the royalists were provided with both — troops that had triumphed under George II. at Dettingen two years before, and had suffered a defeat scarcely less glorious than a triumph in the spring of this year, at the memorable battle of Fontenoy? At four in the morning the young Pretender roused himself from his pillow of pease straw, beneath the open canopy of heaven, and the fight began; and in less than five minutes, says the Chevalier de Johnstone, who was in the battle, we obtaineon through the city, guarded by the Highlanders, and attended by all the bag-pipes of the rebel army, playing their favorite air, The king shall enjoy his own again. As for Sir John Cope, the commander-inchief, who had fought at Dettingen and Fontenoy, he contrived, with the aid of a white rose on his breast, which was the Pretender's badge, to slip through the Highland clans with a few dragoons, and, escaping to Edinburgh, dashed through the streets of the city at full gallop. They were ref