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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dyfodol am y l swm 8,000p. Gadawodd Syr David Baxter 7000p. yn ei ewyllys i , adeiladu Eglwys Rydd yn Cupar, careg sylfaen pa un I a osodwyd i lawr yr thnos ddiweddaf gan Mr. a Baxter. Mae yr hynod Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn teimlo yn sicr fod dyfodol disglaer iddi." Rhagorol onide ? CANU Y GYNuLLEIDFA.-" Mewn cyfarfod a gyn- haliwyd yn Cupar, dywedai y diweddar Dr. Gnthrie fel hyn-' Y mae dynion ye aeghofo mai canu yw yr Ullig ran o'r Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Matthew ( Dr. Stalker) 764p. Westbourne T44p. Stirling North 554p. Perth St. Leonard 405p. West 464p. Crieff 314p. Pathbead 507p. Cupar 350p. West 500p. M. Cheyne 450p. St. Paul 464p. Aberdeen East 654p. Ferryhill 404p. Queen's Cross 50011. South 564p. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    orb t're rrrhle..-TiIe ino. n. ronet alsor pr.- Slell-'i similar Pr tii r5s frorir tire county of l~eir cier from Cupar, tfow Lsanwtdid, trorm Kiurgirotri, ard fr-urn Pitkeatilev.-Laid ott tile tab e. tire. ljaouOIAM presented a Petition fROM St. TLeonard, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    also perisied, leaving a wite and child to lament his lees;. A moet disitresstirng ocotrrevice took placeit the neinhbotirhoOd of Cupar (kn-rn I;cotl3nd) -rThre -fine you rig m ns of Mr. J. Tasker, Mf that place vit-it to bathLe ij Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Acts, 1829

    to two particulars in last year's Report, the schools of Montrose, and the school of Balmerino, in the Presbytery of Cupar. In last year's Report it was stated, by mistake, that the Episcopal teachers in Montrose had, some years ago,

    Acts, 1833

    parishes within their bounds have been examined during the past years, viz.: Averlour, Alford, Annan, Arbroath, Auchterarder, Biggar, Brechin, Burravoe, Cupar, Dalkeith, Deer, Dundee, Ellon, Fordoun, Fordyce, Forfar, Gairoch, Inverness, Kincardine-O'Neil, Kintyre, Kirkudbright, Lanark, langholm, Lewis, Meigle, Mull, North Isles,

    Treasury Books and Papers, March 1731, 02 March 1731-31 March 1731

    lands and oyrs lying within the lordships of Balmerino and Cupar for two 19 years, and dis-charging him and his heirs of the blench duties payable for the lordship of Cupar and Balmerino, extending to 24 l. 14 s. 6

    XLI , Donation from Martin Wan of several annual rents for the maintenance of the poor at St Martin's Hospital (1501)

    thousand five hundred and one; before these witnesses, masters and sirs Martin Rede vicar of Mernys, Patrick Wischard vicar of Cupar, John Smyth vicar of Campsy, David Gardner vicar of Moffat, Thomas Hughson, William Smyth, bailies of the said city,

    Acts, 1819

    the Examination of Schools report, 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,

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    16 January 1769, 16 January 1769

    Myles, Constituent Members of the Town Council of Cupar, at the Meeting for the Annual Election of the Magiftrates, on the 7th Day of October 1767, and of John Smith, Smith in Cupar, complaining of feveral In¬ terlocutors of the Subscribers-only content

    23 February 1770, 23 February 1770

    BaxtcretaJ- tuent Members of the Town Council of Cupar, at the Meeting for the Annual Eleäicn oftheMagiftrates of the 7th Day of Oclober i j6j, and of John Smith, Smith in Cupar, complaining of Four Interlocutors of the Lords of Subscribers-only content

    27 November 1770, 27 November 1770

    reading the Petition and Appeal of Robert againflDempf- Geddie junior, Merchant in Cupar in Fife, and Robert referred to a Mackintojh Efquire, Profecutors in Concourfe of His Committee. Majefty's Advocate, for His Majefty's Intereft, com¬ plaining of an Interlocutory Judgement, Subscribers-only content

    31 January 1772, 31 January 1772

    Panter and others, was this Day brought in. Upon reading the Petition and Appeal of Robert Ceddie Junior, Merchant in Cupar in Fife, and Robert Mackintosh Efquire, Profecutors with Concourfe of His Majefty's Advocate, for His Majefty's Intereft; complaining of Subscribers-only content

    8 February 1780, 8 February 1780

    Zeal, Stewart, Sifter and Reprefentative of John Stewart de- Confidence and Unanimity: Gardner,etal. ceafed, and of Patrick Graham, Mafon in Cupar, her jt was ^ve^ « ^hat a Committee be appointed, Hutband, for his Intereft; complaining of Two Inter- « Subscribers-only content

 

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