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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Tim DurRE or AaGYLvE ox FEUDAL PRoTECTION AND PUBLIC LzBERTV.-The Duke of Argyle was entertained at a public dinner at Campbelton last Friday, over which the Provost presided, and at which nearly one hundred persons sat down. The entertainment took Subscribers-only content

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    about 501. more is promised from the colony; there are also the proceeds of the possible sale of property at Campbelton. Against this the corm- pany have a liability of 3001. A protracted and irregular discussion took place, at the Subscribers-only content

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    the ancient church and burying-ground of Saint Columba, and near it is Kilcolmnkill, "the cell of "Colum," according to tradition. Campbelton is a little higher up, and two long chapters of the book before us are to prove the antiquity Subscribers-only content

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    the simple pleasures of the isle, with perhaps now and then an incursion into the comparative civilisation of Ardrossan, or Campbelton in Kintyre. If these be enough, one can keep content- ment, and get health apace under the rule of Subscribers-only content

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    Daulby Street, Liverpool, A correspondent Informs us that last Sunday a curious scene was enacted in the U.P. Church at Campbelton. The worthy psstor of the congregation directed the attention of his audience to the transaction between Philip and the Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Acts, 1722

    Kilpatrick, Thomas Leckie at Kilmarnock, James Livingston at Strathblane, Robert Glen at Kingarth, Archibald Gillespie at Strathurd, Charles Stewart at Campbelton, John Campbell in Killarow, in Islay, Alexander Campbell at Inverary, Duncan Campbell at Kilchrenan, Dougal Campbell at Lismore, William

    Acts, 1796

    of Lamont, Esq., ruling elder. From the burgh of Rothesay, William Macleod Bannatyne, Esq;., of Kames. From the burgh of Campbelton, William Campbell, Esq. of Fairfield. From the burgh of Inerray, Humphrey Taraord Campbell, Esq., younger of Ashnish. From the

    Acts, 1834

    elder. From the Burgh of Rothsay, John Ker, Esq., of Raeside. From the Presbytery of Kintyre, Mr Daniel Kelly at Campbelton, Mr Alexander Cameron at Kilchoman, Mr John M'Arthur at Kilcalmonell, ministers; John Fleming, Esq., of Moisdale, Captain R. N.,


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