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  • * British History Online *

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    Acts, 1841

    to cooperate with the several Presbyteries within whose bounds are situated the following parishes, viz.: Huntly, Keith, Glass, Mortlach, Rhynie, Cairnie, Botriphnie, and Marnoch, in the Presbytery of Strathbogie; Auchterarder, in the Presbytery of Auchterarder; Lethendy and Kinloch, in the

    Appendix, List of officers, 1573-89

    Cairny, tailor, John Mosman, goldsmith, John Thomesoun, skinner, Councillors . Frances Mansioun, wright, Gavin Peirie, mason, Cudbert Cranstoun, furrier, James Cairnie, baxter, John Henrysoun, flesher, Thomas Wricht, webster, William Cowts, walker, Patrik Rannald, bonnet maker, Remanent Deacons . Mr. John

    Index, C, 01 January 1583-31 December 1589

    Caesar : Dr. Julius; 291. letter to; 407. Cagnoli , T., letter of; 170. Cahir Castle , in Ireland; 4. Cairnie (Cairney, Carnei); 178, 188, 221, 248. Caithness , earl of; 154. Calais ; 25, 76, 82, 336, 430 1,

    Cecil Papers, October 1586, 01 October 1586-31 October 1586

    be shortly at my house with Lords Hamilton, Angus, and Mar, to counter the convention of the other lords at Cairnie. The King is very instant for his mother, and minds to charge me with a commission for that effect.

    Acts, 1796

    Greenlaw, Esq., of Hilton, Mr David Simpson in Dunbog, ruling elders. From the burgh of Cupar, Major John Melville of Cairnie. From th e Presbytery of St Andrew, Dr John Adamson at St Andrews, Mr Thomas Kettle at Leuchars, Mr

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    out in great numbers en the MIth ult. and, with a band of music, proceeded to the farm of Mr Cairnie, and.cnt down the remaining part of his crop. At Dunning the same act was done to Mr Westwood, fanner Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ear vwith a rearoi:- 31 o iia . =, In the Court of Sessizon, Edinburglh, esterday, Alex- andrintI Stary Barclay, Cairnie, Aherdee shire, obtainel a 'decree for £0 u dinges frosm George Mlortison, builder. 12. bridge Street, I othesay. for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    resolve to ca suspend the remanent members (those obedient to the civil a courts,) viz., the Rev. Mr. Cowie, of Cairnie; the Rev. Mir. Thomson, of Keith; the Rev. Mr. Mason. of Botriph- a fnie; the Rev. Mr. Cruickshank, of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    division. After discussing a reference from the Synod of Moray, in regrcd to a, complaint on the part of Mdr Mottat of Cairnie, against the visitation, appointed at last Assembly, of the Presbytery of Strathbo.gie, the Assambly adjourned at midnight-flrotsnafl. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    an ear that caught a song . From every murmuring turn Of Earn, that winds round flowery banks, Or bonnie Cairnie burn. And witl a heart that beat with ;ny For ploughmnen on the lea, Or good old laird, or Subscribers-only content

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