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Dr Archibald Cameron of Locheil (1707 ? 1753) is taken to Tyburn on a sledge, there to be executed for High Treason for his part in the Jacobite Uprising, 7th June 1753. From 'The Newgate Calendar Vol IV'. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
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Dr Archibald Cameron of Locheil (1707 ? 1753) is taken to Tyburn on a sledge, there to be executed for High Treason for his part in the Jacobite Uprising, 7th June 1753. From 'The Newgate Calendar Vol IV'. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
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January 02, 1754
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