In the 40-min mark, one British soldier appears to bayonet a wounded soldier lying on the ground, but as the latter stands up, it turns out that the former had stabbed the ground. See more
[introducing the Jacobite military command
Sir Thomas Sheridan, Jacobite military secretary. Suffering advanced debility and loss of memory. Former military engagement, 56 years ago. Sir John MacDonald, Jacobite captain of cavalry. Aged, frequently intoxicated, described as 'a man of the most limited capacities.' John William O'Sullivan, Jacobite quartermaster general. Described as 'an Irishman whose vanity is superseded only by his lack of wisdom.' Prince Charles Edward Stuart, Jacobite ...