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  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    28 May 1827, 28 May 1827

    " Kinross, Orwell, and Portmoak, in the County of Kin- Ds. Yarborough. " ross, and in the Parishes of Ballingry, Auchterderran, Ds. Saltersford. « and Kinglassie, in the County of Fife; and for the Ds. Calthorpe. " better supplying with Subscribers-only content

    30 May 1827, 30 May 1827

    the Parishes of Kinross, Orwell and Portmoak, in the " County of Kinross, and in the Parishes of Ballingry, " Auchterderran and Kinglassie, in the County of Fife ; " and for the better supplying with Water the Mills, " Subscribers-only content

    11 June 1827, 11 June 1827

    " Parishes of Kinross, Orwell and Portmoak, in the " County of Kinross, and in the Parishes of BalUngry, " Auchterderran and Kinglassie, in the County of Fife ; " and for the better supplying with Water the Mills, " Subscribers-only content

    12 June 1827, 12 June 1827

    the Parishes of Kinross, Orwell and Portmoak, in the " County of Kinross, and in the Parishes of Ballingry, " Auchterderran and Kinglassie, in the County of Fife ; " and for the better supplying with Water the Mills, " Subscribers-only content

    21 June 1827, 21 June 1827

    Parishes of Kinross, Orwell and Port- " moak, in the County of Kinross, and in the Parishes of " Ballingry, Auchterderran and Kinglassie, in the County " of Fife; and for the better supplying with Water the " Mills, Manufactories, Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

    3 results from this resource, ordered by relevance. View more View all

    Index, Additions and corrections

    for 801, read 807. Assignat ions , for 125, read 126. Auchinmoutie , William, minister in Teviotdaill, read of Hawick. Auchterderran , minister of, v . Boswell. Auchtermowtie , read Auchtermuchtie. Ayr , sheriffdome of, 648, 724, dele 397. B.

    Acts, 1722

    Fossaway, William Hunter at Gask, Samuel Charters at Inverkeithing, Allan Logan at Culross, John Hepburn at Torry, John Auchinleck at Auchterderran, John Cleghorn at Wemyss, Robert Ponton at Kennoway, William Thomson at Flisk, William Dick at Coupar, William Miles at

    Acts, 1740

    the burgh of Inverkeithing, Mr John Cunningham of Balbougie, ruling elders. From the Presbytery of Kirkaldy, Mr John Affleck at Auchterderran, Mr Robert Balfour at Ballingrie, Mr Robert Young at Leslie, ministers; Mr Hugh Murray of Melgum; from the burgh

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the old men at the Bakewell workhouse. A young woman, a domestic servant, has died in the parish of Auchterderran, Fife, from what is believed to have been hydrophobia, induced by the bite of a dog eleven years since. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a tartan shirt, and 12 yards of winciy : also to breaking into the shop of James Bcthune, Loch- geUy, Auchterderran, by boring holes in the pannel of the door with a brace ; and having thus obtained en- trance, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LATEST NEWS Tuesday Morning. [By Telegraph.] AMERICA New York, August 18.- On Saturday night, two corps of Grant's army were transferred to Deep ! Bottom, north of the James River ; and, on Sun- day morning, they attacked the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE lATE MR JAMES SCRYMGEOUR. FUNERAL SERMON BY REV. MR DAWSON. On Sanday evening, the Bth May, the Rev. Joseph Dawson preached in Ward Road Church the funeral sermon on tbe late Mr James Scrymgeour. The building was crowded Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PERTH. Garden Pillagimq.- Yesterday- before Hon. Sheriff Substitute Soutar- James Stewart and Alexander Cameron, engine cleaners, pled guilty to having stolen roses from various gardens in the vicinity of Perth, and were ordered to pay a fine of £1 Subscribers-only content

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