Bonnie Dundee

Bonnie Dundee is a poem and a song about John Graham, 7th Laird of Claverhouse, 1st Viscount Dundee who was known by this nickname. The song has been used as a regimental march by several Scottish regiments in the British Army and was adapted by Confederate troops in the American Civil War.

Read more about Bonnie DundeeBackground, Walter Scott's Poem, The Song, The Tunes, Marches, Parodies

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Famous quotes containing the word bonnie:

    Bonnie George Campbell rode out on a day.
    He saddled, he bridled, and gallant rode he,
    And hame cam his guid horse, but never cam he.
    —Unknown. Bonnie George Campbell (l. 2–4)