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  • * British History Online * *

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    Acts, 1715

    James Smith at Cramond, Mr John Currie at Haddington, Mr John Gray at Glasgow, Mr John Ritch ie at Old Kilpatrick, Mr Andrew Rodger at Galstoun, Mr Alexander Lauder at Mordingtoun, Mr John Hamilton at Glasgow, Mr Robert Horsburgh at

    Acts, 1722

    Principal of the College of Glasgow, James Clerk at Glasgow, John Scot there, John Gray there, John Ritchie at Old Kilpatrick, Thomas Leckie at Kilmarnock, James Livingston at Strathblane, Robert Glen at Kingarth, Archibald Gillespie at Strathurd, Charles Stewart at

    Acts, 1842

    From the Burgh of Rutherglen, Alexander Drew of Shawfield, Esq. From the Presbytery of Dumbarton, Mr Matthew Barclay at Old Kilpatrick, Mr William B.S. Paterson at Kilmaronock, Mr William Dunn at Cardross, Mr John Pollock at Baldernock, ministers; William Brown,

    Acts, 1834

    From the Presbytery of Dumbarton, Dr John Graham at Killearn, Dr William Hamilton at Strathblane, Mr Matthew Barclay at Old Kilpatrick, ministers; Andrew Smollet, younger of Bonhill, Esq., ruling elder. From the Burgh of Dumbarton, Mr William Govan, residenter in

    Tables, January - December 1772, 01 January 1772-31 December 1772

    deceased. Do. of Cardross, in the presbytery and co. of Dumbarton. 30 " 207 [Mr. John Davidson, minister of Old Kilpatrick in the same county, was first presented to this parish, which he duly accepted. But afterwards he declined the Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THuRsDAY.-Shadwell, 1 ; Wandsworth, 1 fatal; Greenwich, 1 fatal; Chatham (Grange parish), 12, 9 fatal; Edinburgh, 7, 3 fatal; Old Kilpatrick, 6, 2 fatal ; Maxwelltown, 17, 4 fatal; Glasgow, 23, 11 fatal; Hoddam, by Ecclefechan, 1 fatal: total, 68 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hertford, I fatal; Edinburgh, 13; Glas-' gow, 31, 10 fatal; Maxwelltown, 11, 5 fatal; St Ninians, by Stirling' 1; Old Kilpatrick, 7, 3 fatal; Tranent, 2; Kirkintilloch, 1 fatal; Buittle, 2, 1 fatal; Glencairn, 1 fatal. Total new cases, 80; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    new cases:-- Whitechapel, 6; Cambridge, 2, 1 fatal; Edinburgh, 10, 4 fatal; Glasgow, 85, 27 fatal; Maxwelltown, 9 fatal; Old Kilpatrick, 30, 12 fatal; Tranent, 2; Dumbarton, 2; Jedburgh, 1. Total new cases, 147; 53 deaths. In the Court of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Jedburgh, 1; Boness, 1 fatal; Dumfries, 1 fatal; Campbell- town, 1; Eastwood (25th and 26rh), 3; Maxwelltowfn, 3 fatal; Old Kilpatrick, 4 fatal; Edinburgh, 3 fatal; Dumbarton (25thand 26th), 9, 4 fatal; Glasgow. 84, 45 fatal ; Hoddam (by Ecclefechan), Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1; Glas- gow, 133, 64 fatal; Eastwood, 3; Dumbarton, 4, 1 fatal; Coatbridge (from the 25th), 64, 15 fatal; Old Kilpatrick, 4 fatal; Durrisdeer, 9, 5 fatal; Tarbert, 1 fatal; Edinburgh, 4 fatal; Blantyre (18th to 24th), 9, 6 fatal; Subscribers-only content

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