Crann Tara staged the Raising of the Standard of James the�II of England�& VII of Scotland on 13th of April 1689 by John Grahame of Claverhouse�in a well attended event on Saturday the 7th of April 2007.

Siol nan Gaidheal, Na fir dileas, and White Cockade members joined members of the public in commemorating John Grahame better known to many as Bonnie Dundee�riding out of Dudhope castle and galloping up to the top of Dundee law with several troopers and unfurling the Royal Standard of the King, signalling the start of the Jacobite Rebellions.

The event started just the same at Dudhope Castle�with a�brief history of events leading up to the raising.��The groups then�made the short walk to the summit in glorious sunshine�where Local Historian, and writer of Bonnie Dundee's biography Andrew�Murray Scott�gave an insight into what happened on the day before the Royal Standard was once again unfurled in front of a large audience.

VIDEO Dundee Law Commemoration

by Highland Images

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March leaders approaching the top of the Law
Welcome speech by Kenny
Speech by Andrew Murray Scott
View from monument of assembled crowd
The�Raising of James VII Standard by Rulzion Rattray
Heralding the raising of the standard


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� Crann Tara 2006