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  • * British History Online *

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    LXIII, Charter granting kirk livings for support of teachers and students at the College (1573)

    incitentur, animentur atque inflammentur, pr ter ea victus commoda, de quibus supra, sallarij loco vel honorarij, preposito Collegii vicariatum de Colmonell at tribuimus et assignamus, cuius reditus ipse percipiet, vocabiturque eius loci vicarius; pr ter eius quoque decimas et fructus

    CIV, Charter of Charles I confirming rights and foundation etc. of the University (1630)

    quam viccarie dictarum ecclesiarum seu parochialium de Govane, Renfrew, Kilbryde, Torrence et Dalzell, et dictas decimas viccarie dicte ecclesie de Colmonell in Carrik, mansiones, maneriei loca, domos, edificia, hortos, pomaria, terras ecclesiasticas, census, firmas, canas, custumas, divorias et vniversum patrimonium

    Acts, 1699

    heard and considered the opinion of the Committee for Overtures, did by their vote disjoin the parishes of Ballantrae and Colmonell from the Presbytery of Ayr, and annexes them to the Presbytery of Stranraer; and likewise disjoins the parishes of

    Index, A - K

    Coldenis . See "Cowcaddens." Coldinghame , Abbey of, 205. College of Justice , 378, 413. College Kirk . See "Blackfriars." Colmonell , Sir Richard Gardenar, vicar of parish church, 25, 433; principal of university receives vicarage of, as salary or

    Index, L - Z

    city to, of kirk-livings granted by Queen Mary, to maintain professors and poor students, 149, 445; principal receives vicarage of Colmonell for salary or honorarium, and 20 merks college rents, 154; James VI. confirms Mary's charter, 162, 446; charter by

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -J Johnson, Glasgow, grocer-FJ S GSendonvynKirkcudbright, Doctor of Medicine-Il G Millar, Greenock, grocer-R Wigham or Whigham, Edinburgh, draper-A Thomson, jun, Colmonell, Ayrshire, farmer-J Iring, Houston, Renfrewshire, builder. Friday, December28tis. WAR OFFICE, Dec. 2s, 18(0.-ist Regt of Dragoon Guards: C H Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nearpouthampten; Nornianby, near Middleebrough; Rottingdean, near Bsighton; Hask- ington, near Sleaford; dherburn, near Durham. Sooitland. -Bridge of Tuik, near Caltander; Colmonell, nea Girvan; Edinburgh, Sand port. street (Leitb). Ireland.-Xiagatowo, Stonesiew. Metropolitan Dintrict.-Brixtonrige, S.W.; Clarendon..oad, Notting-hUll W.; (149), N.W.; Lee Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Greenock from Lsmlnash Bay by tuR steamer, in Castody, charged with snutinying under the following cfroamc otances :-The large shiD Colmonell, of Greenock, o'ned by Roessrs.. A. Lyle and Sons, cleared from Gr en wk hr. bono on Thursday last Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    with a clue to the cause of this discrepancy. The initiatedneed no information about it. A fine iron ship, the Colmonell, was timed to leave Greenock on Thurs- day night for Havana. At the last moment only did the crew Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Victoria3 $tare, lieadirg. to 1 lly, seondI daughteiof oi Wliiaum 34oill, otoprkq-p, Nottinghamshire. Grist' ,oi,-1IAzEr..-ii the 25rh iost., at Dalreoch, Colmonell, I Scotinfc by tbea Bev. J. W. ldilcoy, James Gecrund, 24, Brigcato, Lored_, to Apnes, youngest daughter of the, Subscribers-only content

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