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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lady Maria Ponsonby, of a daughter-On the 9th, Lady R. Cecil, of a son. MARRIAGES,-On the 7th, the Rev. J. Benvie, to Harriot, daughter of G. Coleman, Esq.-On the 7th, WV. W. Goudge, Esq., to Harriett, daughter of the late Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A. Mint Itl utyle, Hark Arnthory E. J. Niemaun Thos. Baller N loble cod Poster David Batta 1.J. Pott It. Benvie James Pruce S. Carter - B Roberto G~eorge Cole J. Butrrell SmIth Thoc. Dinhy Stepanoff lBernard Eveis (0. Turner Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Pricntiky'a. To eommene at 7.30 and end at 9.30. 921 t CYPtiLAN'S, Hny Tille.-TO-OioRiRO (Sunday). h s Morninrg : Benvie. Dtnitlnor in A ans ; anthem," 0 iy tharclls"' ((ireenii. Evenaing: Whitdl In O); anthbem. "Thi Lord is a1 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the Bank of Bombay. ffth son of Ltd 3ate Rev. Lchoan Maclean, minister of the pash of Lf and Benvie, Forfarshire. l.d-r CxL7-on the inst., at Bhyl, in her 89th year, J7uditb A10 -Idow of William Mani, Esq. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    however, the recent edition of Dr. Garnett makes, in some sort, current fiction. _____ The literary estimates of the Lifem2,V Benvie are always worth consideration. They are concise and brief, and not a merely fortuitous notice of such books as Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Treasury Books and Papers, July 1741, 01 July 1741-31 July 1741

    benefices to the minist ers of Aberynte, Benvie, and Caputh equally amongst them during the incumbency of said Hogg in the parish of Caputh, and thereafter to the ministers of Abernyte and Benvie and their successors equally between them. 2

    George III, July 1773, 01 July 1773-31 July 1773

    Nos. 80 and 81. 240 . Parish of Liffe and Benvie. Copies of two letters to the Lord Advocate, relative to the presentation to the united parishes of Liffe and Benvie, viz.: (9 July), from Alex. Duncan at Dundee, asking Subscribers-only content

    George III, August 1773, 01 August 1773-31 August 1773

    to the Earl of Suffolk. Relative to the right of patronage to the united parishes of Liffe, Logie, Invergowrie, and Benvie. A copy of a former letter enclosed. The Presbytery had, contrary to the usual practice, which was to allow Subscribers-only content

    George III, October 1772, 01 October 1772-31 October 1772

    In answer to letter of the 22nd inst. as to the right of presentation to the parish of Liffe and Benvie. Will take the earliest opportunity after his release from a severe fit of the gout, to lay it before Subscribers-only content

    George III, November 1772, 01 November 1772-30 November 1772

    Monro will, therefore, be laid before the King immediately. Would have recommended Mr. Playfair for the parish of Life and Benvie, if the conclusion of his, the Lord Advocate's, letter, now before him, had not prevented it. St. James's. 16 Subscribers-only content


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