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  • * British History Online *

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    Acts, 1722

    Innes at Banff, William Watt at Inverury, Gilbert Gerard at Chapel Garioch, Robert Abercromby at Leslie, William Leslie at St Fergus, James Leslie at Crimond, Alexander Auchinleck at Fraserburgh, William Forbes at Tarves, James Burnet at Ellon, Alexander Chalmers at

    Acts, 1740

    burgh of Kintore, Mr James Erskine of Grange, ruling elders. From the Presbytery of Deer, Mr James Leslie at St Fergus, Mr William Hay at Crimond, Mr James Walker at Peterhead, ministers. From the Presbytery of Turriff, Mr Thomas Scott

    Acts, 1752

    elder. Burgh of Kintore, Mr Thomas Dundas, younger of Fingask. From the Presbytery of Deer, Mr Robert Garden at St Fergus, Mr James Walker at Peterhead, Mr William Taylor at New Deer, ministers; the Right Honourable the Lord Strichen, ruling

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    extraordinary case, known as the " St Fergus Marder," has jnst been tred beforet te Higl Court of Justiciary at Edinburgh, and the alleged murderer, Dr Smith, has been acquitted. A return has been printed by order of Parliament, showing Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Laird of Udny's Fool." Having found a horse shoe on the road, he met Mr Craigie, the minister of St Fergus, and showed it to him, asking in pretended ignorance what it was. "Why, Jamie," said Mr Craigie, good- humouredly, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of 33 sovi; certain erelusions; weight for age, with penalties and allowances Two and a hal miles. Lord Bentiack's St Fergus. 5 3Ir Bercsford's Baccarat. 5 Mr FIeunes' UIna, a, £i00 Mr Grabamr's (lato Captain aer's) GossCoD, 6 Ur Arolidcale's Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    About three miles, aver the last portion af the Caynygham Cup Couzrse a~lr Robertson-Aikminssas Sherry, Glass, S Lord Bentiuck's St Fergus, 6 Captain Bright-Smith's Decision, 5 Captain Euras's Sentinel, S Sir Camnpbell's (late Mtr Scary's) Baltimore, a (Captain Calvin's Black Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPOR TING. LATEST FROM PUNCHESTOW. DUBLvr, TuEsDAY NIar.-&A perusal of thie results of the opening day's proeeedings at this meeting will explain that the apart reached a very good standard; indeed, quite as good a one as on any Subscribers-only content

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