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  • * British History Online *

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    Acts, 1830

    Lerwick Presbytery, to hold its ordinary meetings at Lerwick; and the other to be called the Burravoe Presbytery, to hold its ordinary meetings at Burravoe, in the parish of Yell. 2. That the committee have come to the above opinion

    Acts, 1833

    the parishes within their bounds have been examined during the past years, viz.: Averlour, Alford, Annan, Arbroath, Auchterarder, Biggar, Brechin, Burravoe, Cupar, Dalkeith, Deer, Dundee, Ellon, Fordoun, Fordyce, Forfar, Gairoch, Inverness, Kincardine-O'Neil, Kintyre, Kirkudbright, Lanark, langholm, Lewis, Meigle, Mull, North

    Acts, 1832

    and the report from Paisley is also very brief. 4. That the following Preabyteries have made nor returns, viz.: Abertarff, Burravoe, Chanonry, Caithness, Cairston, Dingwall, Dornoch, Dunbalne, Dunkeld, Dunoon, Forres, Glasgow, Inverary, Kintyre, Kirkwall, Langholm, Nairn, Skye Stirling, Tain, Uist

    Acts, 1834

    James Gardiner at Quarff, Mr. Alexander Stark at Sandwick, ministers; Robert White, Esq., W.S., ruling elder. From the Presbytery of Burravoe, Mr John Macgowan at Nesting, Mr William Stevenson at Northmaving, ministers; Isaac Bayley, Esq., S.S.C., Edinburgh, ruling elder. From

    General index, L-Z

    within two months after the meeting of Synod , 793 Presbytery of Annan , erection of the, 671 Presbytery of Burravoe erected , 1009 Presbytery of Dunkeld , certain parishes disjoined from the, 1058 Presbytery of Greenock erected , 1035

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    " the principle cannot be corrected." When the measure does pass, we shall doubtless have Maga asking the presbytery of Burravoe "if Scot- land stands where it did," and the response will, of course, be a direr jerentiad than 3afcdcf Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    UNIONIST PROSPECTS IN rjOOTLAND. In an article on the electoral outlook in Scot- land, the special correspondent of the limes says : -If tbe Unionists play their cards property victory is probable in several constituencies now repre- sented by Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ALLEGED MURDEROUS ASSAULT IN EDINBURGH. Alexander Walker, a plumber, raiding at 12 Paul Street, Edinbnrgh. is in the custody of the Eninburgli police upon a charge of having, on the 17th in.«t.. assaulted his wife, Laura Mepimn or Walker, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE CHINESE REBELLION. St Petersbchg, Friday. - The St Peters- burg Gazette publishes intelligence from Tashkend announcing,' that Khakim Khan, tho leader of the rebellion against the Chinese in Kashgar, has been completely defeated and forced to return to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FIGHTING DEPUTIES. WILD SCENE AT BRUSSELS FREE FIGHT IN THE CHAMBER. GALLERIES CLEARED BY SOLDIERS Brussels, Wednesday (Renter).- There wae an uproarious acene in the Chamber of Deputies to-day. The Order of the Day, proposed by Socialists, was rejected, Subscribers-only content

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