Except that it wasn't.DofC subduing Scotland using Scottish troops mainly! Remember, the '45 was just the forerunners of the Troubles in N Ireland and was a case, mainly, of Catholic v Protestant.
Following on from Culloden, the powers that be saw a large recruiting pool sitting around waiting for someone to offer then the King's Shilling - hence the Black Watch were formed* to assist the English in keeping a "Watch" on the rebellious Scots.
In the aftermath of the First Jacobite Rebellion of 1715, Independent Companies of militia were raised from loyalist Highland clans for policing and peacekeeping duties. These companies were commonly known in Gaelic as ‘Am Freiceadan Dubh’, or ‘The Black Watch’, due to their unpopular nature and their dark green government-issue tartan - the regiment wore kilts as part of its everyday uniform until 1940.
In 1739 King George II ordered that four more of these companies be raised and that all the companies be merged into a single line infantry regiment.
The Black Watch was an infantry unit born in the aftermath of the First Jacobite Rebellion of 1715. The regiment went on to fight in nearly all the British Army's campaigns and is now part of the Royal Regiment of Scotland.
Following the '45, additional Highland regiments were raised for the Seven Years' War.
The then 43rd Foot at the Battle of Fontenoy (11 May 1745) during the War of the Austrian Succession. The '45 didn't start until August.
Well, there were a number of them.True dat. Getting my rebellions mixed up! Father, Son who cares !