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Nonetheless, it seemed that the prince couldn't put a foot wrong.
When his army faced the Hanoverians at the Battle of Prestonpans,
they won a resounding victory.
At Holyroodhouse,debate raged as to what to do next.
The Highland chiefs, sceptical of finding support in England,
advised Charles to make the Stuarts masters of the north,but to go no further.
But for Charles, nothing less than a conquest of England would do and he won the day by a single vote.
The Jacobites were on their way south.
In rapid succession, Carlisle, Lancaster, Preston and Manchester
all fell to the prince's army without a shot being fired in their defence.
With the Jacobites approaching Derby at the beginning of December
and the bulk of His Majesty's forces of fighting in Europe,
there was something close to pandemonium in London and the south.
There was a run on the Bank of England and all the shops in London closed.
The handful of soldiers left to protect the capital were not,
shall we say, of the kind of calibre to inspire much confidence.
尽管如此 看起来王子并没有走错一步
他的军队在普雷斯顿潘一战 与汉诺威王朝的正规军狭路相逢
大获全胜
而在好莱路德宫 胜方正为下一步棋该怎么走而争论不休
高地的首领认为很难在英格兰得到拥护
于是建议查尔斯加冕斯图亚特北方之王 且就此止步
然而对查尔斯而言 没什么比征服英格兰更重要了 他以一票的微弱优势通过了自己的提案
詹姆斯二世党人即将南征
卡莱尔 兰开斯特 普林斯顿 曼彻斯特纷纷投戈
未费一兵一卒 便臣服于王子军脚下
12月初 当詹姆斯二世党军逼近德比时
国王军主力仍在欧洲战场脱身不得
伦敦与南方几乎成为炼狱
英格兰银行上演挤兑风波 伦敦的店铺纷纷关门
留守首都的少量士兵
可以说 根本无心出战
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