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  • * British History Online *

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    Acts, 1703

    Reuniting the Parishes of Dalry and Carsphairn to the Presbytery of Kirkcudbright. The General Assembly, having heard and considered a petition from Mr William Boyd, minister of Dalry, and Mr John Reid, minister of Carsphairn, craving that their said parishes

    Extracts from the records, 1658

    of Johne Barris band, and quhat contributioune sall be payit for help to big ane bridge in the parosche of Carsphairn, in Galloway, and the maner of the payment therof, and quhat sall be given to Johne Donald, to the

    Acts, 1699

    of Ayr, and annexes them to the Presbytery of Stranraer; and likewise disjoins the parishes of Kirkmabreck, Kells, Dalry, and Carsphairn, from the Presbytery of Kirkcudbright, and annexes them to the Presbytery of Wigton, which Presbytery of Wigton may meet

    Acts, 1722

    Keir, James Guthrie at Irongray, John Campbell at Kirkbean, Patrick Cumming at Kirkmahoe, William Boyd at Dalry, John Reid at Carsphairn, Robert Donaldson at Balmaclellan, Robert Seton at Glasserton, William Cowpar at Mochrum, Walter Laurie at Stranraer, John Anderson at

    General index, A-K

    Presbytery of, 1058 Kirk of Campvere , Act in favour of the, 335 Kirkcudbright , the Parishes of Dalry and Carsphairn reuinited to the Presbytery of, 324 Kirk Government and Ordination , Act approving the propositions respecting, 121 Kirk restored

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    The Proshytory of lKirkcd(lbriglht ]save resolved to pro- r ceed by libel against the Rev. Mr. Findlay, minister of c Carsphairn, against whom a grave scandal has been afloat r for some time. Seventry-three tons of raspberries were shipped from Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Condensers will be provided if preferred. Apply to J. aRd W. Whiteley, School-dose nlls, deeds. 2244 L EAD MINE near Carsphairn, Stewvartry of Kirkcud- Ubritht.-To be LET, for such a nunber of years as tay be agreed Uron, the WvOODHEAD Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    EAD MINE near Carsphairn, Stewartry of Kirkpcud- s. JL bright.-To be LET, for such anunmber of year-a as may bo aereed F- upon, the WOODREAD LEAD MINE on the Craigen-illan Estate, , situated in the parish of Carsphairn andi Stewartry Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    highest point of Southern Scotland. Moats, kames, moraines, .11 mark the southern slope as the traveller trudges aloung towards Carsphairn.Carsphairn is a little village of one short street, that nestles among the hills. It occupies a part of a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LEAD MINE NEAR CARSPHAIRN, STEWARTRY OF KIRKOUDBRIGHT. 0 BE L E T, FOR SUCH NUMBER OF T years as may be agreed upon, the WOOD- HEAD LEAD MINE, on the Craigetgillan Estate, situated in the Perish of Carsphairn and Stewartry Subscribers-only content

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