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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    draper-G. Chamberlain, Wivenhoe, Essex, ship owner. SCOTCH SEQUESTRATIONS. A. Smith, Paisley, coach builder-J. Craik, Aberlemno, Forfar- shire, cattle dealer-D. Craik, Aberlemno, Forfarshire, cattle dealer-J. Craik, jun. Aberlemno, cattle dealer-D. Black, Dundee, spirit dealer. BIRTH. At Kemp Town, the lady of Subscribers-only content

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    J udgment has been given at Liverpool in a Board of Trade enquiry ito the stranding of the swansea ship Aberlemno on the Kentish coast near Dover, on the 18th ult. The Court found tbe master (Mr. Lewis Davies) in Subscribers-only content

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    Glasgow; to meet at G1as. g,,. Feb. 14,and March 18, at 12. BEL peter, farmer and cat~le dealer, CroEston of Aberlemno; ton\eet.attFofar, Feb. 1D and March 11,at2, CBi1ttS'if`E George, writer and merchant, GlugsgoW; to meet at 0laasg't~Stb. :WIS.E DlaDrCh 12, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    not good enough to tempt holders, and buyers are not particularly eager. The following transactions are reported:-Chilian, off coast, per Aberlemno, 38s. 9d., to Hamburg. Walla-Walla, November, per Dumbarton Rock, 38s. 3d. Califernian, 10,500 qrs., January, 39s. 9d. to fill Subscribers-only content

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    retrospection he thought of his ancestor, Robert, who fifty years before the Norman conquest, bad with his own hand, at Aberlemno, in the shire of Angus, slain Camus the Dane, at the head of his invading host; of another forbe Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    23 February 1831, 23 February 1831

    Kinnaird, Brechin, Kinnell, Aberlemno, Res- the Parishes of Dundee, Mains, Murroes, Monifieth, Mo- cobie, Forfar and Guthrie; the Road from Montrose to nikie, Carmyllie, Guthrie, Dunnichen, Kirkden, Rescobie, the Bridge over the North Esk, near Inglismaldie, passing Aberlemno and Brechin; Subscribers-only content

    27 June 1831, 27 June 1831

    Kinnaird, Brechin, Kinnell, Aberlemno, Res- the parishes of Dundee, Mains, Murroes, Monifieth, Mo- ¦cobie, Forfar and Guthrie; the Road from Montrose to nikie, Carmyllie, Guthrie, Dunnichen, Kirkden, Rescobie, the Bridge over the North Esk, near Inglismaldie, passing Aberlemno and Brechin; Subscribers-only content

    Third report of the Commissioners of Religious Instruction, Scotland., 1837

    amount of Teinds belong- ya]uc tliereof. ing to other Persons. St. Cuthbert's. Liberton. Tranent. B. Abercrombie and St, Monance. A. Aberlemno. Bervie. B. Bourtie. B. Edinburgh. Mid-Lothian Co. Bear, Oats, Edinburgh. Mid-Lothian Co. Haddington. Wheat, .x j ,¦ — r, Subscribers-only content

    Third report of the Commissioners of Religious Instruction, Scotland., 1837

    of last Lease. "Whether Exhausted. Whether Valued. Remarks. Abernethy ... Abernyte, see Parish of Inchture Aberdalgy, see Tippennuir (a) . Aberlemno and Kfnnettles (b) Abnrtarph and Boleskine Alytk Do. Do. - Do. (c) Argyll Bishoprick (d) Argyll Bishoprick, consisting of" Subscribers-only content

    Fifth report by the Commissioners of Religious Instruction, Scotland., 1839

    30 to 40 within the last five years. Poor and working classes, Non-parishioners, From the parish of Edzel, . Dun, Aberlemno, Menmuir, Carraldstone, Famwcll, Poor and working classes, 25 3 1 4 3 7 7 — 25 li) 00 {(I) Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Acts, 1722

    Leonard's College in St Andrews, William Lyon at Airlie, Laurence Brown at Lintrathine, Alexander Finlayson at Eassie, Thomas Michell at Aberlemno, William Wingate at Kinnettles, Samuel Johnston at Dundee, James Mar at Muirhouse, William Thomson at Strickmartin, Charles Charters at

    Acts, 1796

    Ramsay of Banff, Baronet, ruling elder. From the Presbytery of Forfar, Mr David Fernie at Kinnettles, Mr James Mitchell at Aberlemno, ministers; Mr John Moncreiff, apothecary in Edinburgh, ruling elder. From the burgh of Forfar, Robert Graham, Esq., of Fintrie.

    Acts and Proceedings, 1586, May

    Benholme. Eglesgrig. Aberluchnoch. Glenbervie. Fettercairne. Newdesk. Brechin. Buttergill. Killiemure. Fernivell. Cuikestoun. Stracatrow. Lethnoch. Lochla. Navar. Fynaven. Kincaldrum. vethir Airlie. Kirremure. Aberlemno. Aldbar. Edzell. Drumlappie. Glames. Clova. Lunchthrathon. Forfar. Restennett. Methie. Kinnettles. Tannodyce. Essie. Enderaritie. Kirkbuddo. Cortachie. Montrose. Dune. Eglishem. Guthrie.

    Index of names and places, M

    Meldrum : , of Tillicoultry, ii. 1147, 1387. Master Robert, of Tullibody, ii. 882. Meley . See Mela. Melgund in Aberlemno (Melgin, Melgine), Forfarshire, ii. 1150, 1389. Mella , Mellar, Meller. See Mellor. Melling : John, of Ince-Blundell, ii. 627,

 

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