A brilliant general who was the key to the Jacobites stunning
successes in the 1745 rising: he supervised the winning of battles,
the avoidance of engagements and the superb tactical retreat
to Scotland. But Murray disagreed with Charles decision
to march to Inverness, and to fight at Culloden; however, he
still took part, resigning his post only the day after. Forced
into exile, he was rewarded by the princes father in Rome,
but his unhealed breach with Charles remained.