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  • * British History Online *

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    Acts and Proceedings, 1565, December

    ther bands not being proclaimit, and na satisfactioun made to the kirk of Edinburgh; and also had causit Mr Patrick Creich minister of Ratho to solemnize the said mariage betwixt the said parties in the kirk of Dumemanie, in great

    House of Lords Journal Volume 63, 10 September 1831, 10 September 1831-10 September 1831

    Houston v. Mackenzie. The Answer of Murdo Mackenzie Esquire to the Petition and Cross Appeal of Thomas Houston Esquire, of Creich , was this Day brought in. Cabbell et al. v. Brock. After hearing Counsel fully in the Cause wherein

    Acts and Proceedings, 1563, June

    superintendent of the West, to visite Nithisdaill, and plant kirks there for a yeere. To Mr Thomas Drummond, minister at Creich, and Johne Duncansone, minister of Stirline, conjunctim et divisim, for a yere, to plant kirks in Monteith. The superintendents

    Acts and Proceedings, 1568, July

    nixt Assemblie, to accept thereof according to their ability. C. ] Sessio 4 ta . 8 Julij 1568. [Mr Patrick Creich is ordained to make his repentance in Edinburgh the next Lords day; and if he committ the like offence

    Acts and Proceedings, 1605, July

    Minister at Anstruther, Mr Andrew Duncan, Minister at Carraill, Mr John Sharp, Minister at Kilmenie, Mr Alexander Strauchan, Minister at Creich, Mr John Forbess, Minister at Asurde, Mr William Forbess, Minister at Kinbethock, Mr James Irving, Minister at Tuiche, Mr

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    21 March 1769, 21 March 1769

    • • ja irn? " nafs ?" Upon reading the Petition and Appeal of Robert Gray and Su Gray of Creich, and William Sutherland Writer in ^„a s?r John Edinburgh, complaining of Four Interlocutors of the Sinclair. Lord Ordinary in Subscribers-only content

    15 June 1830, 15 June 1830

    ifer. Ds. Ormonde. Ds. Bexley. Ds. Farnborough. Ds. Wharncliffe. Ds. Durham. Ds. Skelmersdale. PRAYERS. The Answer of Thomas Houston of Creich, Esquire, to the Petition and Appeal of Murdo Mackenzie of Ardross, Esquire, was this Day brought in. A Message Subscribers-only content

    15 June 1830, 15 June 1830

    do lie on the ¦* a"*e< Upon reading the Petition and Cross Appeal of Thomas Houston v. Houston Esquire, of Creich; complaining of an Interlocutor Mackenzie. Upon reading the Petition of The Chamber of Com- of the Lord Ordinary in Subscribers-only content

    9 September 1831, 9 September 1831

    The Answer of Murdo Mackenzie Esquire to the Houston v. Petition and Cross Appeal of Thomas Houston Esquire, Mackenzie- of Creich, was this Day brought in. After hearing Counsel fully in the Cause wherein Cabbelletal. William Burridge Cabbell, and others, Subscribers-only content

    13 September 1831, 13 September 1831

    their " Lordships great Wisdom, should seem meet;" and like¬ wise upon the Cross Appeal of Thomas Houston Esquire, of Creich; complaining of an Interlocutor of the Lord Ordinary in Scotland, of the 21st of Junel8<2,7, in as far as Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o'r Ilythyr gallung a dyddorol hwn. AMEU YR ADDEWID. Adroddir am hen foneddiges sydd yn byw yn Atlas, yn malwyf Creich, gogleddbarth Scotland, wedi ei thaf'u yr wythnos o'r blaen i benbleth ddig- rifol gan y gwlawogydd mawrion diweddar yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on such occasions, taking by turns the coffin on their shoulders. They arrived at the churchyard, in the parish or Creich, at a late hour, and after consigning the veteran's remains to the grave, they returned homewards, the storm still Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    , Iatdingetbiop - wIth thriea GOW~ILLr ci'the lliistice,ss 1'i. loton Ofver tnersing, thMCarchane ordered the h uW1 ,j O Aaqlh Creich the Propery Cat he, ixngacIGrl.iotl Mthera Glnorehiotles Woarks oinprOiice turpe Peeue, Vetwo twog Patns Arcae, fhwive shiiot- Itwo arse;dy Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    every out-of-the-way and outlandish district, and received with shouts of acclamation and "cheers 3 for Macfarlane," In the district of Creich the crofters, headed by a piper, proceeded amid thle darkness of night to l)ormore Hill, where they kindled an Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    3-0, Saiitb Grave, ErilitugreIn 63675 to Let, in Bristol street.- C titIX~tA~tS Sreit relnse ts Nein Street).-To Let, iii War Creich Cimicculmeu 5. firsteletis, inetthlighteel Oiteen. either singly, or- iii Fsmiles. lielutls f[iss £L5. Inc anuntie.-Aiiply, Edward Rawlinso- (Ilir birchaii Subscribers-only content

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