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    Acts, 1752

    Mr John Lamont at Kelton, Mr Peter Yorston at Kells, Mr David Forbes at Borgue, ministers; Robert Nasmith, younger of Earlshaugh, ruling elder. From the Presbytery of Wigton, Mr Edward Boyd at Wigton, Mr James Maitland at Sorbie, ministers; William British History Online

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    their present popularity, it is said, to Memrs. Howatsoe, of Gleubuck; ArchibsL of Oversbials, Foeyl, of Knowheead; W elh, of Earlshaugh, and others still living. - The great drawback to the Black. face is the inferiority of its wool, which Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    ;nmt of tlieir prescnlt po'Pularity, it is sald, to m-sisr8. Ifcvatson, of Glenbuck; Arehibal, of (iverehicls, -l'IeT, of Knowbhead-; 'elsh,of Earlshaugh. lld otherVs sil}l living. The great drawback to the Blacer- face is thlo inforimsi7Y of its wool, which is Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    RETURN OF THE "SHEPHERD" TO THE " NOCTES AMIBROSIANE." The Magazine reading world are generally aiware that for a considerable tinme past the " SIdpherd" has'retired from the n .brosiiiil" ineetings, which formeily gave so much cele- brity to Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    of 2,3190z. of gold.'' Killed by Lightning. - While a shepherd, named Ben Wilson, was driving lambs along the hillside between Holinshaw and Earlshaugh, near Moffat, yester- day morninx, he was struck bj lightning and kills.. He wan about OU Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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