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  • * British History Online *

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    Acts, 1725

    be called the Presbytery of Kirkwall, and to meet at the town of Kirkwall; the ministers of the parishes of Birsay and Harray, Firth and Stenhouse, Orphir, Sandwick and Stromness, Gr msay and Hoy, and Walls and Flotta, with a

    Acts, 1722

    Dornoch, Robert Robertson at Loth, William Innes at Thurso, Hugh Cross at Bowar, Thomas Baikie at Kirkwall, James Sands at Birsay, William Blaw at Westray, Thomas Covingtree at Sanday, James Grierson at Tingwall, John Hay at Unst, William Hamilton, Professor

    Acts, 1842

    and Rendall, ministers; James Howden, Esq., jeweller at Edinburgh, ruling elder. From the Presbytery of Cairston, Mr Thomas Blyth at Birsay and Harray, Mr Peter Learmonth at Stromness, ministers; Robert Omond, Esq., physician in Edinburgh, ruling elder. From the Presbytery

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Goagh, Strand, patent agelot. SCOTCH SEQUESTRATIONS. G. Scott and Son., Hawi.k, milllvvrrghto-E. Hill, Annan, writer-G. Malcolm. Glascow, wine merchant-MT. irhnston, Birsay, Orkney-D. Fogo, Row, Perthshire-W. Carswell, jun. and T. Younger, Glasog.v, wrights. Fri'ao, frecember 9 OFFICE OF ORDNANCE, DECErMBeR 6. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    that referred to, has reached; and theo appearance of a portion of the wreck of their boat, driven ahsore at Birsay, in Orkney, leaves no room to doubt their sad fate. It is ru- scoured that several crews belonging to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to, has reached ; and the appearance of a portion of the hii wreck of their boat, driven ashore at Birsay, in Orkney, pr a leaves no room to doubt their sad fate. When last seen the N, h oat Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ato lees reached ; and the appearance of a portion of thine E waeck of their heat, driven ashore at Birsay, in Orkney, leaves no room to doubt their sad fate. When last seen the )boaut was about tess miles Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    It was also stated that there was only one pauper, and he was a lunatic. The Commissioners then proceoeied to Birsay, but the evidence was only of a formal nature. Lord ilEosebery was presented last Naturday I with the freedom Subscribers-only content

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