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  • * British History Online *

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    Elizabeth, January 1566, 02 January 1566-31 January 1566

    been. 2. This Queen sends letters of complaint against him for the rescuing and revenge of their men taken at Chirnside, for that two of them that resisted were hurt, and are since dead. And also for that he sent

    Acts, 1810

    this Act, (now recited,) there have been transmitted to the present Assembly reports from fifteen Presbyteries, viz.: from Langholm, Annan, Chirnside, Jedburgh, Peebles, Lanark, Linlithgow, Dalkeith, Haddington, Dunbar, Dundee, Cupar, Aberdeen, Strathbogie, and Turriff. 4. That all these reports afford

    Acts, 1813

    was produced and read, as follows: "That only fourteen Presbyteries have sent up reports to this Assembly, viz.: Aberdeen, Brechin, Chirnside, Dalkeith, Dunfermline, Garioch, Haddington, Lanark, Langholm, Linlithgow, Lochmaben, Peebles, Strathbogie, and Turriff. "In some of these rep orts very

    Acts, 1819

    that only twenty-nine Presbyteries have sent up returns to the Assembly, viz., Paisley, Dalkeith, Irvine, Cupar, Forfar, Turriff, Biggar, Jedburgh, Chirnside, Peebles, Ellon, Aberdeen, Penpont, Dunbar, Annan, Perth, Brechin, Haddington, Dunfermline, Alford, Aberlour, Strathbogie, Lanark, St Andrews, Aberbrothock, Kirkaldy, Linlithgow,

    Acts, 1823

    Andrews, and Uist. II. Short and imperfect notifications, not according to form, have been received from the seven Presbyteries of Chirnside, Hamilton, Jedburgh, Peebles, Strathbogie, Turriff, and Paisley. III. All the other Presbyteries have omitted to sen d reports; and

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ,?Pftrtillo glittIlipa. BAY MIDDLETON.-Thig celebrated horse died at Dane- bury, on Thursday, the 3rd inst., and was buried in one of the paddocks. ADAMS AND EDWARDS.-Previous to the match coming off between Fisher and Wheeler, at Aston Cros%, on Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rONTEFRA.OC MEETING. PROGRAMME FOR THIS DAY (MONDAY). The horses marked thus (N) have arrived. The LoNDEssroaoUo STAEKES of 6 sova each, with 50 added, for two year-olds; colts, 8st lOlb; fillies, 8sat Sib; psnalties aad allowances. T.Y C. 10 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPORTING INTELLIGMECE. LI YORK A'GUS rH MErING. Stewards: The Earl of Glasgow, the Dnke of Beaufori; Hon. G. W. Fllzwilliam. Judge and Clerk of the Conrse: Mr. Richard Johnson, York. Merars. Weatherby, Stoakbolders and Keepefs of the Match-book; Office, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    RICHMOND MEETING. YESTERDAY. The WonlOT STAKES of 5 sova each, wiith BO added, for two- year-olds; colts Set l0ib, fllins and geldings gst 71b; penetties and allowances; the second to receive 10 save out of the stakes. Gray Stone Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPORTING INTELLIGENCE: NOTES FRlOM VTERITAS. Tine Proceedings-at Lichfield oh tine Opening day created the customca-y interest, the proceedings being Increased hy a dead. heat betveen Consternatlon and Tebia the former of whom won without didfirnIty for the decider. The Subscribers-only content

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