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  • * British History Online *

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    Acts, 1707

    Egilshay, Westra, and Papa, North Ronaldshay, Sanday, Eday, and Stronsay, and Shapinshay, with a ruling elder for each minister in another separate Presbytery, to have their meeting for ordinary in the isle of Eday, and to be called the Presbytery

    Index, E, 01 January 1720-31 December 1728

    ccxxxiii. 15. -, -, memorial of; ccxxxviii. 17. Eckersall , John, Esq., secretary to the Queen, letter of; cclxix. 2. Eday , isle of, N.B.; cclii. 32. Eden , the river; ccxxxvi. 4. Edgecomb , Honble. Rich., one of the

    Acts, 1725

    ministers of the parishes of Rousay and Egilshay, Westray, and Papa Westray, Cross-parish, Burness and North Ronaldshay, Lady-parish, Stronsay and Eday, and Shapinshay, with their ruling elders, to continue their meeting together as formerly, and to constitute a third Presbytery,

    Index, L, 01 January 1720-31 December 1728

    ccxxxii. 37. La Roche , Mr. Peter, sums due to; ccxxxviii. 32. Laing , James, merchant in Calfsound, isle of Eday; cclii. 32. Lake , Sir Bibye; ccxxxiv. 21; ccxl. 28. -, -, affairs of; ccxl. 51; cclxviii. 3. -,

    Acts, 1796

    Mr Richard Richardson, merchant in Edinburgh, ruling elder. From the Presbytery of North Isles, Mr John Anderson at Stronsay and Eday, Mr Walter Traill at Lady Parish, minister; John Grieve, Esq., one of the commissioners of Excise, ruling elder. From

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    One hundred and twenty recruits for the Irish Ambulance Corps left in the steamer Johnm Bulll for Havre on Wednes- Eday night, sixty having left for the same destination on I Saturday. Mr G. Chance, the newly-appointed Police Magistrate, ,on Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wednes- day,lt3 atdestrop; Friday, , Moereton-in-garsh; Satrday,, hLansur (at 111-This day March 11 Pheasant, W;eLBnd; . Wlednesday, 13, Haope Eond; Eday, 15, Greesa lagonr orse; SunRnpows (at l 1).-Tuhseday, March 12, CStminton Manor; Thursday, 14, Blttsrtey; Saturday 16, Gatley (at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TaE BIRMINGHAM MOURhNIG AND FUNERAL WAREHOUSE, 62 NEW STREET, BIRlMVGHAM. A CH , and B AR K E R 3) respeotfiuly announce that they are now showing CR&PES; SILKS, PARA1,ATIAS, HENRIETTA AND COBOUR(d CLOTHS, MANTLES, MILINERY, GLOVES, RHOSIERY. And Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE BIRMING:HAM MOURNING AND FUNERAL WAREHOUSE, 42, NEW STBRET, BIRMINGHAM. B l1ACH and BARKER respectfully Invitepublicattentiontr theirextensive Sock of BLACK DRESS S&LKS, CRAPES, PARAMATTAS, HENRIETTA, PRINCETTA, AND COBURG CLOTHS, PRINTS, GINGHAMS, AND EVERY ARTICLE NECESSARY FOR FAMILY MOURNIN4, Sterling Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gC~l't(1STER P If EXS 'EN.i [LNX SOCIETY. ME EETING AT B1O3M[SGROt VE. Oni Tuis'Eday afternoon a meeting for the proiiiotioii of the objects of the Church ExttnsioiiSociety for the Arch- desccnsy of Worcester, was held in the Town Hall, Subscribers-only content

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