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  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index , M, N, O, P, Q, R, 01 January 1770-31 December 1172

    , embargo laid on vessels in resort of the outlawed Irish smugglers, & c. Rose , Mr. Hugh, minister of Criech Deputy Keeper of Register of Seasines in Inverness Rosmarkie , parish of, presentation to Ross , Earl of, creation Subscribers-only content

    Tables, January - December 1770, 01 January 1770-31 December 1770

    Northuist, in the presbytery of Uist and co. of Inverness. 18 July 182 Reiney, Mr. George, vice Mr. Hugh Rose. Criech, in the presbytery of Dornock and co. of Sutherland. 20 Nov. 182 Signet Bills. *** A series thus called Subscribers-only content

    General Index , C, D, E, F, G, H, 01 January 1770-31 December 1172

    M.P., in Ireland John, M.P. in Ireland Cressener , Mr., circular to Cressingham , Great, and Bodney, rectories of, united Criech , minister of Crieff , Church, & c. encouragement of artificers in Crillon , Marquis de Criminals hung in Subscribers-only content

    Index of names and places, S

    1438. Spiller , Sir Henry, Knt., i. 423, 424, 785. Spilman . See Spelman. Spine . See Speen. Spinningdale in Criech (Spanndall, Spaundall), Sutherlandshire, ii. 1155, 1394. Splading . See Spalding. Spoore , Henry, junior, ii. 1429. Sporston . See

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    each parish is gravely set forth in knowing-looking statistical tables; and among these we find that in the parish of Criech, in the presbytery of Democh, the highest rate of relief is 3s. a-year, and the lowest is 1s. a-year! Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NCHOR INN. Bridgo Sitreet. Styatford-on-Avolt.-A weli-tenown A Old-llcenawd INN, moot Bucmeeftilly carried on by the Pseeett Aendpreceding Tenlants for the les9t eighteen y'ars. In-aming£3. APply. oederick and Son. *LOPII and ANCHOR, Borderly.A enIla, low-rented - .LLTAVEIN, doing well. In-00rtibr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PUBICOAMfOSWM.i4i H1EATIIR OY L iIItMINGHAMI. TLAST TIHREE NIGHITS OF'-TEAWI' THE GREFAT T!RA'GEDIE'NNE, MErS IIATEAIAN, W1 yrTO.)NIGHT. anti nals TO-MORROW (Tnesd1aT) and. LEAD1.......... Mite lIATEMAN. On TOFP,?S1)AV NEXT 'NARtY WVARNER:" FacTY~ NEIT, 'MEIF~lFA, :'015"IAY, 60ctAoer 27, 'BITTER fRUIT.' y, ,atocOi Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    time at which they each entered the ministry. These clergy- men were all ordained in 1815, and are-Rev. Alexander Lawson, Criech, Presbytery of Cupar; Rev. George Dick- son, Kilrenny, Presbytery of St., Andrewe; and Rev. Alexander Wood, Rosemarkie, Presbytery of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .I~LF AST IECORDER'S COURT. IBELFAST RECORDERt'S COURT. I Man. HENRY FITZGIoBoir. Q.C., County Court Judge, sat in the Recorder's Court, Malunicipal Buildings, yesterday, and commenced the husi- ness. Mr. Williar Carson, J.P., Clerk of the Peace, was in attendance. Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Poor laws and pauperism in Scotland., 1841

    maximum of 10s. and a minimum of 3s. 6d. These are all annual allowances; nay, there is one parish called Criech , which gravely reports itself as giving its poor a maximum of 3s. a year, and a minimum of Subscribers-only content

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