William III of Scotland (June 15, 1806 - November 2, 1878) was the fourth Mackintosh King of Scotland, reigning from his brother David V's death in 1866 until his own death in 1878. His reign saw the Highlands become even more destabilized, and he spent increasing amounts of time in Edinburgh due to the volatility near Inverness, delegitimizing him in the eyes of several clans, including crucial clans within the Chattan Confederation. He died after a lengthy illness that earned him the nickname "the Sick King" or "Sick Bill" and was succeeded by his son, Alexander IV.

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