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  • * British History Online * *

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    Acts, 1794

    Stirling, on the call of Mr Robert Knox, preacher of the Gospel, presentee to the united parishes of Larbert and Dunipace, or in any other step of the proceedings in this cause, the Assembly empower their Commission to judge of

    House of Commons Journal Volume 4, 27 November 1645, 27 November 1645-27 November 1645

    Kinge sometime Lord Itham, Irwing younger of Drumin, Gordon younger of Gight, Lesley of Auchintoule , Sir Robert Spottiswood of Dunipace , Colonel John Cockran , Mr. John Maxwell sometime pretended Bishop of Rosse , Mr. Walter Belcanquell , and

    Index, D, 01 April 1581-31 December 1583

    at liberty by Colonel Stewart's means (22nd), 638; continues quietly at home, 640. Dungeness . See Camernesse. Dunglass : 298. Dunipace (Laird of): banished, 173; mentioned, ib .; clearly discharged (29th July 1583), 560; Livingston enters into the room of, Subscribers-only content

    Acts and Proceedings, 1581, April

    . Cabmbuskenneth. Logy. Dumblane. Lycrop. Kilbryde. Aberfull. Port. Clackmannan. Tulliebodie. Tullieallan. Kilmadock. Kinkairne. Sanct Ninians Kirk to be divydit. Lairbar. Dunipace. Kirk of Muir. Kippen. Alvethe. Til liecutrie. Kilmahugo. Leny. Calendrethe. Airth. Bothkenner. The Presbitrie of Glasgow Glasgow. Campsie. Fintrie.

    Acts, 1796

    the Signet, ruyling elders. From the Presbytery of Stirling, Mr Robert Moodie at Clackmannan, Mr Robert Knox at Larbert and Dunipace, ministers; Burnet Bruce, Esq., Advocate, ruling elder. From the presbytery of Aucheterarder, Mr John Baird at Dunning, Mr William

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    29 January 1735, 29 January 1736

    give the Petitioner fueh Relief as ihall feem meet. A Petition of Sir George Dunbar of Mochrum, Sir Archibald Pimrofeoi Dunipace, Mr. James Grahameoi Airth, John Glafs of Sauchie, John Grahams of Dou- gal/hnc,' Sir Michael Bruce of Stenhouje, Mr. Subscribers-only content

    1 March 1790, 1 March 1790

    Counties in which such Roads lie; and that the Road from Loanhead to Saint Ninians, through^ the Parishes of Denny, Dunipace, and Saint Ninians, is in a ruinous Condition, and, during bad Weather, in many Parts impassable for Carriages, and Subscribers-only content

    2 March 1790, 2 March 1790

    being examined, said, That Road from Kirkintilloch to Springfield Bridge, and from the Road from Loanhead to Saint Ninians, through thence, by or near Balwarridge. House, to Muckroj't the Parishes of Denny\ Dunipace, and Saint Ninians, is Vol. 45. in Subscribers-only content

    Index, 1 December 1792

    Stirling ; Commissioners of Sup- ply and Heritors of Stirling ; Inhabitants of Saint Ninians; Kelsyth; Denny and Part of Dunipace ; Carnpsie ; Pres- bytery of Stirling; Inhabitants of Old and New Kilpatricks; Baldernocks, and Strathblane ; Gargunnock ; Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 2 November 1819

    8,500 3,454 PROVINCIAL SYNOD OF PERTH AND STIRLING: Presbytery of Perth. Presbytery of Stirling. Presbytery of Caithness. J Larbert and Dunipace \ Nir" 5,371 4,941 7,636 5,446 4,941 7,900 1,346 • 600 J 1,800 J- Perth, East Church T Qinian, Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    LIVINGSTON, William (b. c.1650), of Aberdeen and London

    by 1679–aft. 1686. Ofifces Held Sub-collector and surveyor of customs, Aberdeen by 1681. Biography Descended from the Livingston family of Dunipace, Stirling, according to Nisbet’s System of Heraldry (1722), this Member had been apprenticed to an Aberdeen merchant in 1669

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pregethwr, bu Mr. ABNOT am beth amser yn gynorthwywr i': diweddar Barchedig JOaM BONAR, yn mhlwf- ydd unedig Larbert a Dunipace. Yno heiyd y gwasanaethodd MACCHEYE ei brentisiaeth i'r weinidogaeth. Daeth yn ebrwydd yn boblog- 1 aidd fel pregethwr. Gwahoddwyd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Laws, a Proffeswr EHanesiaeth Eglwysig. yn Athrdfa r y Preibyteriaid Unedig; y Parchedig John Maclaren, o . arbert a Dunipace, Scotland ;, a'r Parchedig William r Welsb, o Mossfennan, y tri wedi hynodi eu'hunain fel j ysgolheigion o'r radd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    9th to 13th, 42, 25 fatal; New Monkland, 44, 30 fatal; Kilmadock, Doune, 10, 5 fatal; Paisley, 25, 11 fatal: Dunipace, 1 fatal; Greenock, 3, 2 fatal; Jedburgh, 2, 1 fatal; Stevenston, Ayrshire, 4, 1 fatal; Selkirk, 3. Total new Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    'ferred onl the Rev. D. Pugh Evans, vicar of St, Peter's, 6 Carmarthen. t The late Mr. George Btulloch, of Dunipace, has be- 4 qucatited upwards of £4,000. to the funds of the Scotch o Free Church. 12 Miss Swanson, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SERtous AccrOENT TO A NAVAL Orsscx-On Friday, when Captain M'Farlane, of the Devastation, and Mr. John A. Harvie Brown, of Dunipace, were out shooting on Glenbervie estate, near Larbert, Captain M'Farlane-s gun went off as he was passing through a Subscribers-only content

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