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  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, A, 01 February 1689-30 April 1690

    Mr. Abdy , Sir Anthony Abell , Lady Frances Abercrombie , Mr. Aberdalgie (?), garrison at Aberdeen Commissary of Postmaster of Aherdeenshire Sheriff Depute of "Abergeldie's daughter," Abers , Maria Aberuchell (Abruchell) Abingdon Recorder of Abingdon , James, Earl of Subscribers-only content

    Acts, 1727

    Perth, Thomas Linning at Lesmahagow, William M'George at Pennycuik, John Hamilton at Glasgow, Samuel Semple at Libberton, James Mercer at Aberdalgie, Robert Wodrow at Eastwood, James Smith at Cramond, James Bannatyne at Edinburgh, James Craig there, John Brand at Borrowstounness,

    Acts, 1699

    Mr John Anderson, minister at Drymen, Mr Robert Anderson at Perth, Mr John Campbell at Monivaird, Mr David Shaw at Aberdalgie, Mr Alexander Douglas of Logie, Mr Alexander Dinning at Abernethy, Ministers ; the Earl of Tullibardine, Viscount of Dupplin,

    Index, Additions and corrections

    John, insert of Scone. Abercrombie , (St Monance,) minister of, v . Forsyth. Abercrombie , Wm., for 826, read 825. Aberdalgie , dele 672. Aberdeen , dele Mass in, 902. Aberdeen , Friars of, dele 3. Aberdource , dele 5,

    Acts, 1740

    Small of Lianoch, and Mr Alexander Murray of Ladywell, ruling elders. From the Presbytery of Perth, Mr James Mercer at Aberdalgie, Mr Andrew Schaw at St Madoes, Mr John Moncrieff at Rhind, Mr Alexander Mair at Forteviot, Ministers; Mr Robert

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    by building and endowing Churches in therewith; From, Abbey St. Bathan's; xc. 173. Abbey AT 252. Abdie, 271. Abercorn, 173. Aberdalgie, 468. Ab'erri *' 193. 195. 295. 329. 382. Aberdeen, South, Parish of fa"' Aberdeen, Spring Garden Parish, 329. Aberdeen, Subscribers-only content

    27 February 1807, 27 February 1807

    faid County, through the Parifhes of Balquhiddre, Comrie, Stroivan, Monivaird, Crieff, Madderly, Monzie, Trinity Ga/fcs FoioHs Gafle, Muthill, Methven, Tippermuir, Aberdalgie, Redgorton, Perth and Rynd, in the faid County; and alfo, the making and maintaining of a collateral Canal or Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 21 August 1810

    of Perth and Stirling. Pres. Dunkeld, Kirkmichael Moulin - Rattray - Little bunkeld - Lethendy - Kinlock - Pres. Perth, Aberdalgie and Dupplin Collace - Pres. Stirling, Alva - Pres. Auchterarder, Gask - Glendovan - Muckart - - - - Subscribers-only content

    14 February 1811, 14 February 1811

    of Dalreoch, and by Gash and the Parks of Dupplin to Perth, and by the Bridge of Fort- eciot and Aberdalgie, to the Turnpike Road from PerthXo Kinross, at Hilton or Horsemill, and from thence to the River Toy, opposite Subscribers-only content

    19 February 1811, 19 February 1811

    Dalreoch, and from thence, by Gark and the Parks of Dupplin to Perth, and by the Bridge of Forteviot and Aberdalgie to the Turnpike Road from Perth to Kinross, at Hillton, or Horsemill, and from thence to the River Tay, Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wnaeth y drwg, a thorwyyd y gwr enwog i lawr pan nad oedd ond 68 mlwydd oed. Ganwyd ef ya Aberdalgie, yn swydd Perth, a chafodd ei addysg yn Mhrifysgol Edinburgh, ac wedi hyny yn y New College. Dechreuodd ei Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    . SPORTING NEWS. RACING NOTES. The Epsom Spring. meeting was commenced this afternoon in wretched weather, rain falling heavily during roost of the time racing was in progress; bu t, in spite of the unfavoura~ble conditions prevailing, the attendance Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ",Vs'cneoCASTLr STASzs. - Toachwood, Detective, Imp, trand Prior, Erin-go-Bragh, Emily Jane, Polonins, Bull Run, Hop Pole, Yuan d'Or, Banstead, and Aberdalgie. ALL AsCOr EeoaseNTsls.-All Mr. 0. Perkins's, Lord Cholmondeley's, and Lord Durham's horses; Rigadoan, Reful geat filly, Darkham, Corisande, Beau Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    '5tn-t yaftrerrioc 1ard iTauduiph ChuchiLM u~v einto rlc vt of Perth from Aberdalgie Hounse, the residencef of _Mr. lirydges Williams (whose guest ho now is), .in eld-Ow to visit thec Conserx'ative Club, and recivesons :drss.nd aloto dlve a. speh at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hi aohial ad other duties. Hewas licensed by thePrsyejo Perth in 1817, and for some years acted as- assistant in Aberdalgie, near Perth, so that he has been Preaching for about seventy-three years. - Bids Fruit Salt.-" After safftring for Subscribers-only content

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