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Cathcart, Alison (2012) The forgotten '45 : Donald Dubh's rebellion in an archipelagic context. Scottish Historical Review, 91 (2). pp. 239-264. ABSTRACT The final rebellion of Donald Dubh, heir to the forfeited MacDonald lordship of the Isles, is usually examined within the context of Highland rebellions that occurred in the half century after forfeiture. The factors that motivated the Islesmen to rise in rebellion in 1545 were, however, multi-faceted and can only be fully understood bydoi:10.3366/shr.2012.0101 fatcat:zbo5f7uh6nbxtagdjsponamkhy