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You searched for: Place: Canonbie, Date from: 1700-01-01, Date to: 1799-12-31

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  • * British History Online *

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    Acts, 1743

    viz., Annan, Hoddam, Dornock, Middlebie, Kirkpatrick, and Graitney; the other five are in Eskdale, viz., Langholm, Ewes, Westerkirk, Eskdalemuir, and Canonbie: That by reason of the great distance of many of these parishes from the Presbytery seat, the badness of

    Acts, 1796

    ruling elder. From the burgh of Annan, Charles Hope, Esq., Advocate. From the Presbytery of Langholm. Mr John Russell at Canonbie, Mr William Brown at Eskdalemuir, minister; Mr James Robertson, writer to the Signet, ruling elder. From the Presbytery of

    Acts, 1752

    Annan, John Johnston, provost thereof. From the Presbytery of Langholm, Mr James M'Garroch at Es kdalemuir, Mr Robert Petrie at Canonbie, ministers; Matthew Irvine, merchant in Langholm, ruling elder. From the Presbytery of Lochmaben, Mr Gabriel Gulan at Dryfesdale, Mr

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    taken. Recently, while Mr. IV. H. Wood, artist, of Wigton, Cumborland, was ongaged in esetehing in the neighbour- bourhood of Canonbie, Dnumfriesshire, he discovered, in an open drain, half buried in soil, the stone hend of a Celtio battle-axe, eomposed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    C0IRC ULR.W . &LMO)iAJ OAAsrLE, Monday. Divine service uvas performed ill the Castle yesterday by the 1Vev. James Barclay, of Canonbie, Punisfriesshire, before her '.ajesty andi Princss Beatrice nand tbo isemnes of the Royal lhonaxchold The Onon wvenlt out in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    start, but there was a probability of its occupants becoming thirsty as they nealre the half-way house-the Cross Keys at Canonbie., Like a ieer she sped dlown the road, lier clogs clattering along the stony highway, and at the Cross Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    j Ambergate, Nottingham, and Boston andEastern Junction j Railway lAlteratlion of Line and Branches to Nottingham); Caledonian Railway (Branches to Canonbie, &c.); Glasgow, Paisley, Kilmarnock, and Ayr Railway, (No. 2); Glasgow, Paisley, Kilmarnock, and Ayr Railway, and Ayrshire and Brirlgo Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ANGLING NOTES. tbr all Classes of Fishermen. The sharp frosts last week, which appeared to herald a better state of affairs in grayling fihing, unfor- tunately did not continue, and instead we experienced more rain, more wind, and, as Subscribers-only content

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