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Part of the Scottish clan wars Cairn marking the spot of the Battle of Mulroy Date August 1688 Location Maol Ruadh, east of Spean Bridge, Scotland grid reference NN271826[1] Coordinates: 56°54′11″N 4°50′19″W / 56.90306°N 4.83861°W / 56.90306; -4.83861 Result MacDonald/ Cameron victory Belligerents Clan MacDonald of Keppoch Clan Cameron Chattan Confederation led by Clan Mackintosh Clan Mackenzie Commanders and leaders Coll MacDonald of Keppoch Lachlan MacKintosh of Torcastle Kenneth Mackenzie of Suddie Strength 800 1600? Casualties and losses Unknown Unknown The Battle of Maol Ruadh (Mulroy or Maoile Ruaidh) was fought in August 1688 in the Lochaber district of Scotland between the Chattan Confederation led by the Clan Mackintosh against the Clan MacDonald of Keppoch and the Clan Cameron. [2] It is sometimes described as the last of the private battles between clans of the kind fought in the Highlands in ages past, but this is perhaps inaccurate as the Mackintoshes had official support for their actions against the Macdonalds and their army was in part made up of government troops. The encounter at Mulroy is notable for one other reason: it was the prototype for Dundee's victory at Killiecrankie the following summer. Notes ^ Site Record for Maol Ruadh, Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland, http://canmore.rcahms.gov.uk/en/site/23789/details/  ^ The Battle of Mulroy References Barron, E. M., Inverness and the Macdonalds, 1930. Fountainhall Historical Notices, 1661-1683, 1848. Hopkins, P., Glencoe and the End of the Highland War, 1986. McBane, D. The Expert Sword-Mans Companion, 1728. The Register of the Privy Council of Scotland, variously edited, 1877-1933. This Scottish history-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e v · d · eScottish clan battles 14th century Battle of the Pass of Brander · Battle of Dalrigh · Battle of Drumlui · Battle of Invernahavon · Battle of the North Inch 15th century Battle of Aldy Charrish · Battle of Arbroath · Battle of Brechin · Battle of Arkinholm · Battle of Bealach nam Broig · Battle of Blar Na Pairce · Battle of Bloody Bay · Battle of Champions · Battle of Clachnaharry · Battle of Corpach · Battle of Dingwall · Battle of Drumchatt · Battle of Drumnacoub · Battle of Harlaw · Battle of Harpsdale · Battle of Inverlochy (1431) · Battle of Lochaber · Raid on Ross · Sandside Chase · Battle of Skibo and Strathfleet · Battle of Tannach · Battle of Tarbat · Battle of Tuiteam Tarbhach 16th century Battle of Achnashellach · Battle of Allt Camhna · Battle of Leckmelm · Battle of Alltan-Beath · Battle of Bun Garbhain · Battle of Carberry Hill · Cleanse the Causeway · Battle of Corrichie · Battle of Langside · Battle of Dail-Riabhach · Battle of Garbharry · Battle of Glendale · Battle of Glenlivet · Battle of Traigh Ghruinneart · Battle of Knock Mary · Battle of Logiebride · Battle of the Shirts · Battle of the Spoiling Dyke · Battle of Torran Dubh · Battle of the Western Isles 17th century Battle of Altimarlach · Stand-off at the Fords of Arkaig · Battle of Benbigrie · Battle of Coire Na Creiche · Battle of Glen Fruin · Battle of Morar · Battle of Maol Ruadh see also Scottish clan  · Jacobite rising  · Wars of Scottish Independence  · Anglo-Scottish Wars  · Scotland in the Wars of the Three Kingdoms  · Military of Scotland  · Manrent  · Massacre of Glencoe