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  • * British History Online *

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    Acts, 1725

    ruling elder from each of these united parishes, into another Presbytery, to be called the Presbytery of Cairston, and to meet at Cairston. Also, they appoint the ministers of the parishes of Rousay and Egilshay, Westray, and Papa Westray, Cross-parish,

    Index, K, 01 January 1710-31 December 1710

    ordered on shipboard, 303. subsistence, 39, 303, 340, 455, 502. Kershe , Anne, widow, royal bounty for, 392, 555. Kerston [Cairston ] , Orkney, Customs Establishment at, 410. Keys , Frances, relict of William, pension for, 184. -, William, groom

    Acts, 1831

    who, in the opinion of your committee, ought to be peremptorily enjoined to send up returns to next General Assembly: Cairston, Caithness, Chanonry, Deer, 5 Dunkeld, Forres, Glasgow, Inverary, Stirling, 10 Tain. IV. That, in regard to the returns which

    Acts, 1832

    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 Wigton. 5. That

    Acts, 1833

    no returns this year, and that of these, Kirkwall and Wigton have sent none for the last five years, and Cairston, Caithness, Chanonry, Dunkeld, Forres, Glasgow, Inverary, Stirling, and Tain, none for the last six. It seems, therefore, extremely desirable

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    f It 3i Itoglan. - .4 10 5 Mlirror .. *. ii13 Quick-foot - .410 5 Lugnasbiuna .6 11 7 Cairston . .4 10 5 Trillion 511 7 Prank. ..4105S Hue Hoanor - .5211 7 Catcros ..4 10 5~ TDuophtl Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sitting nemnber, has been in Scotland forsome time, and he is expected in Stafford to-dayr; and his onnonent, Mr. George Cairston, who has yet to mat-e his firstt public political speech in the town, will also be at work before Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Leven. and Mel-Drnybrooke Northwick Tleenloet ville Bnlckherst O'Neill BuIhirghanm andLtoran Cairns Oranrmnre and ( hardos Mnsilleld Olieelmsford Broowno Islencbester MIdlireors Cairston OGrsathlwaite C Nsolfrlk ollueitEdzeerrmbUlaulbrrisi (E. Oloniodo n 3d . t Nortrlumnberland Poetnrllagton Itoden) Orniondo) i I'rebirnod 1olrlott Clifton Overebsts Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    more crowded than on Saturday. The iollowing Yorkshire ten were ad- mitted to the degree of B.A. :-North, Sidney, York; Cairston, Trinity; Hall, Halifax; Bollaud, Magdalene, Leetls- Burnett, St. Catherine's, Suuderland ; chippett, Christ's, Barnsley; Harper, Caius, Huddersfield ; Heaton, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    following are the reductions made oG the rincipal estates from which appheations have been Kcoileda:-The Rlev. J. H. Pollexfeii, of Cairston, 2P paer cont.; Ms. L gie.gr Watt, of Skail, 25; M lr. IL Brozclie, of Sknnay, 25-Truptees of Stuart's Subscribers-only content

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