- Somewhat narrow, somewhat obsolete; Ian's mind now saw Jacobitism in that light. - "Foes", Mary Johnston.
- There was a mighty difference between the influential and able minister of Queen Anne, recognised by all as decidedly one of the most accomplished statesmen of his age or country, and the same individual,- forlorn and an exile, disliked and suspected by parties the most opposite, and who agreed in nothing else,- a fugitive from his own country to avoid the threatened impeachment of the Whigs for his Jacobitism, and a fugitive from France to avoid being impeached by the Pretender for his treachery. - "Leading Articles on Various Subjects", Hugh Miller.
- Balcarres, Lord, when confined in Edinburgh Castle on suspicion of Jacobitism, was visited by the apparition of Viscount Dundee- shot at that moment at Killiecrankie. - "Real Ghost Stories", William T. Stead.