[LMB] Sasha OT:

Dorian E. Gray dorianegray at gmail.com
Mon Nov 1 18:52:53 GMT 2010


Paula said...
>
> Note that there was the "Jacobian" rebellion in Great Britain with the 
> proponents of the descendants of King James versus the proponents of those 
> supporting Hanoverians.

That would be "Jacobite".  They had two main uprisings, in 1715 and 1745, 
after which they were fairly much a spent force in British politics.

"Jacobean" is the term used to refer to the period of English history 
covered by the rule of King James the First of England and Sixth of 
Scotland.

/pedant

Until the sky falls on our heads...

Dorian.
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