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  • * British History Online *

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    Acts, 1644

    Entrie of the new erected Presbyterie at Biggar. The which day, anent the supplication subscribed and given in to the Generall Assembly, by the Ministers and Rulling Elders of the kirks of Biggar, Skirling, Brochton, Glenquhome, Kelbocho, Culter, Lamyngtoun, Symontoun,

    Acts, 1819

    Schools report, that only twenty-nine Presbyteries have sent up returns to the Assembly, viz., Paisley, Dalkeith, Irvine, Cupar, Forfar, Turriff, Biggar, Jedburgh, Chirnside, Peebles, Ellon, Aberdeen, Penpont, Dunbar, Annan, Perth, Brechin, Haddington, Dunfermline, Alford, Aberlour, Strathbogie, Lanark, St Andrews, Aberbrothock,

    Acts, 1820

    d , That returns in the same, or in some similar form, have been transmitted from the following Presbyteries, viz., Biggar, Dalkeith, Dundee, Dunoon, Dumbarton, Ellon, Garioch, Forfar, Haddington, Irvine, Lorn, Penpont, Perth, Selkirk, Strathbogie. And that these fifteen reports

    Acts, 1827

    2. That reports, either less regular or less complete than the above, have been returned by the following Presbyteries, viz.: Biggar, Chirnside, Edinburgh, Irvine, 5 Kincardine-O'Neil, Kirkcaldy, Lewis, Linlithgow, Meigle, 10 Paisley, Peebles, Perth, Strathbogie, Turriff. 3. That no returns

    Acts, 1828

    who have sent up Returns of Examination of the Schools in 1827: Aberdeen, Aberlour, Abernethy, Alford, 5 Annan, Arbroath, Ayr, Biggar, Brechin, 10 Chirnside, Cupar, Dalkeith, Dumbarton, Dunbar, 15 Dundee, Dunfermline, Fordoun, Fordyce, Forfar, 20 Garioch, Haddington, Jedburgh, Irvine, Kirkcaldy,

  • * Victoria County History *

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    The parish of Dalton DALTON

    Walney Island was opened in 1908 . The primitive passage was by fords, passable at low water, from Barrow to Biggar (the Doufa Haw ford) 6 and to North Scale . The ford, assisted by a small bridge, is still

    The parish of Furness

    Newton and Billingcote, 4; Waltoncote and Parkhouse , 1; Killerwick and Mousell, 1; Northend , 1; Northscale with Idelcote, 3; Biggar , 5; Southend , 1; Millwood , 1. 40 Another agreement, made in 1525 -6, applied more particularly to

    Parishes Wootton Wootton , c. 1800

    fields, was usually leased for 20 years at 7 s . 8 d . a year, the lessees including the Biggar family (from c . 1585) and the Southams (in the 18th century). 231 At inclosure in 1770 the lessee

    Index A - Z

    of, 90 prior of, 93-4, 101-2, 108, 200-1 roads to, 21, 59, 61, 76, 159, 169 Bidwell , Jas., 284 Biggar , fam., 269 Bignall (Bignell): John, 94 Tim., 117 fam., 117 Bilhede , see Bylked Bill , Thos., rector

    Index A-K

    , 109 Biddulph , Rich., 81 Bierley , 306 Bigg , John S., 343 Biggar , 299, 299 n , 306, 308; chap., 318; char., 319 Biggar Bank , 314 Bigging , Godith de, 143 n , 210 n ;

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    profodd Mr. Biggar yn bur amlwgfod yn rhaid 7r cael dynion yn meddu ar ryw gymaint o ddoeth- i- ineb i wybod pa bryd y bydd yr aeblysuron LI. eithriadol hyny yn digwydd. Nid oedd gan rd Mr. Biggar un Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y cais, it lhaer -ews -c Iyuad wedi ei arwy1ddr m,.mewn snwybodseth. Wedi ymnosodiad llym ar, y Llywodraeth gain 3r. Biggar, ae ea'ill gadawyd1 i'r.mater: syrthio Prjllawre.hoddodd. Mr., Disraeli eglvtlhad- eyfelyb peWm pertbynas Pr Cwestiwn i) eyrieiuiol Vr hyn' a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hyd haner awr wedi pump. Cynhaliodd Gwyddelod Bradfod gyfarfod y Sabbath diweddaf, pryd yr oedd yn br. senol y Mri. Biggar a Parnell, y rhai a ddywedasarit en bod yn bendertynol o barhan yr byn v maent wedi ddechreu yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y Senedd well caea amser prysur yn ddiweddar, ac wedi eistedd Yn aml trwy y nos i wrando ar MUr. Biggar a Parnall yr l2yn Liad ydyw yu orohwyl a hyfryd (chwerthin). Yr wyf wedi ciywed gan rywrai y dylai Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    meddal' Mr. Ronayne;, gall ef ddweyd' wrthm aut~y ' gadawodd Biggar," ia dyba Mr.Butt yn deniren dweyd, i"'Byddai ynwell genyf dreolio noawait~hgda r . nag a~r gyda Parnell," meddai. ""Ymae Biggar er ei Ifd yf ymdebyga iwnci youniad" Syr Wll Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    22 January 1770, 22 January 1770

    in their Lordfhips " great Wifdom, fhall feem juft ; and that the Minif- " ters of the Prefbytery of Biggar, Elizabeth Tate, " Thomas M1-Cour tie, the Heirs liable for the Debts of " Mr. Bowie now deceafed, and Subscribers-only content

    1 March 1770, 1 March 1770

    for Caufes after thofe already appointed. The Houfe being informed, " That the Minifters Dickfon " of the Prefbytery of Biggar and others, Refpondents ^l?1?'1 „ l r -^ • / T->- i r r rr-n 7 T-ir • Minifters Subscribers-only content

    19 November 1770, 19 November 1770

    this Day brought in : Dickfon MWft As was alfo, The Anfwer of the Minifters of the MWfteoof pre%te37 of Biggar, to the Appeal of David Dickfon the Prefbytery of Kilbucho : of Biggars. L. Falconar et Alfo, The Anfwer Subscribers-only content

    21 November 1770, 21 November 1770

    of Kil- bucho Efquire, Appellant in a Caufe depending in this Houfe, to which the Miniflers of the Prefbytery of Biggar are Refpondents, fetting forth, " That the Pe*ti- " tioner prefented his Appeal to their Lordfhips, in the «c Subscribers-only content

    21 February 1771, 21 February 1771

    already appointed. After Debate, The Cnieftion was put thereupon: It was refolved in the Affirmative: D againft: the Prefbytery of Biggar. The Houfe beino- moved, « That a Day may be Ordered, That the faid William Cowper Efquire be « Subscribers-only content

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    Boghall from Biggar, 1782

    Boghall from Biggar [castle/fort] Castle surrounded by moat with trees on right and left, distant fields and hills in the background; first state. c.1770/82Etching


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