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  • * British History Online *

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    Acts, 1709

    are several weighty affairs which they cannot overtake, does, therefore, nominate and appoint their reverend brethren, Messrs Thomas Vernour at Balmaclellan, & c., & c., to be commissioners of this Assembly to the effect after mentioned, with full power to

    Acts, 1710

    are several weighty affairs which they cannot overtake; do therefore nominate and appoint their reverend brethren, Messrs Thomas Vernour at Balmaclellan, & c., to be commissioners of this Assembly, to the effect after mentioned, with full power to the said

    Acts, 1722

    Irongray, John Campbell at Kirkbean, Patrick Cumming at Kirkmahoe, William Boyd at Dalry, John Reid at Carsphairn, Robert Donaldson at Balmaclellan, Robert Seton at Glasserton, William Cowpar at Mochrum, Walter Laurie at Stranraer, John Anderson at Kirkmaiden, Andrew Rodgers at

    Acts and Proceedings, 1586, May

    Kilchryst. Twinem. Tungland. Borge. Kirkanders. Sandweck. Girtoun. Anveth. Kirkmabreck. Kirdaill. Monygaff. Dundrennan. Bowthill. Geltoun. Gelkstoun. Kirkormock. Corsmichall. Partoun. Dalry. Kellis. Balmaclellan. [ Drumfreis . ] Drumfreis. Troqueir. Terrigleis. Newabbay. Halliewood. Suddick. Lochrawine. Kirkunchean. Kirkpatrick. Irongray. Kirkpatrick in the Muire. [alias

    Acts, 1740

    Dunscore, ministers; Charles Erskine of Tinwald, Esq., Lord Advocate, ruling elder. From the Presbytery of Kirkcudbright, Mr Robert Donaldson at Balmaclellan, Mr John Lamont at Kelton, Mr Nathaniel M'Kie at Crossmichael, ministers; Sir Thomas Gordon of Earlston, Baronet, and from

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and a'osicillation of tho§e thest were suspfended. It' was exiierieuoed in the parishes of Tyron, Glenclirn, Kier, Aortoni,. Clbseburn, and Balmaclellan.' A: RIcAN DiAIONDS. Professor 7. Tennant, F.1l.S., hiade; some observations on disinoud4 generallya with s ecialTeference to the dis- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dumfo-ies Sfa ulrndi mentione a curious freak on the P art of a sheep dog belonging to Mre. Shaw, Craigend, Balmaclellan, The animal had pups, which were drowned, and to aesnago her grief she adoPtel a pig, giving it suck Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    conspicuously improved tIce appearance of the country during the present and pre- ceding centuries, died at his place of residence, Balmaclellan village, on the 30th ultinio, at the ripe age of 91 years. Bred a tradesman, he pursued for long Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Rirkcudbright, vacant by the transportation of the Rev. George Murray, late Minister thereof, to the church and pariah of Balmaclellan. COMMI1810NB SIGNED BY THE LORD-LIEUTENANT or LANoAsHrxuB.-Renry Newton Brown, gent., to be Lieutenant in the lst Regiment of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was for a considerable time a cook-maid in the family of the Kirkpatricks of Closeburn. Old Mortality's wife settled iv Balmaclellan, Kirkcudbrightshire, and the third son, John, emigrated to America iv 1776, and established himself in Baltimore. Jerome Bonaparte married Subscribers-only content

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