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  • * British History Online *

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    Acts and Proceedings, 1601, March

    supplicatioun givin in be the Presbitrie of Migle, makand mentioun, That seeing the said Presbitrie had vnited the kirks of Essie and Neua to be and remaine a congregatioun vnder the charge of ane Pastour, at ane kirk to be

    Appendix, 1600, March

    supplicatioun givin in be the Presbitrie of Migle, makand mentioun, That seeing the said Presbitrie had vnited the kirks of Essie and Neua (Norva?) to be and remaine a congregatioun vnder the charge of ane Pastour, at ane kirk to

    Index, Additions and corrections

    Murray. Elliot , James, minister, insert of Forfar, before 1086. Erskine of Dun , for 255, read 355. Essie , read Essie and Nevay. Essilton , minister of, v . Daes. Exercise , for 50, read 57, for 1105, read

    Acts, 1796

    From the burgh of Crail, Mr Thomas Weir, writer in Edinburgh. From the Presbytery of Meigle, Mr James Ogilvie at Essie, Mr Alexander Thomson at Lintrathan, Mr Colin Symers at Alyth, ministers; Sir William Ramsay of Banff, Baronet, ruling elder.

    Acts and Proceedings, 1586, May

    Lethnoch. Lochla. Navar. Fynaven. Kincaldrum. vethir Airlie. Kirremure. Aberlemno. Aldbar. Edzell. Drumlappie. Glames. Clova. Lunchthrathon. Forfar. Restennett. Methie. Kinnettles. Tannodyce. Essie. Enderaritie. Kirkbuddo. Cortachie. Montrose. Dune. Eglishem. Guthrie. Edwie. Dunnatyn. Logie Montrose. Inchbraock. Menmure. Marieton. Lunan. Ennerkeillor. Eithe. Aberbroth. Sanct

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    R. T. Williams, B.A., Air. David Timothy, is-arolygydd ila w-weithfeydd, nab hYnaf TIr. W. Timothy U.H., Ceinewyydd, ad Esther 3Mary (Essie). mereh hynaf Mr. D. C. dIoesi, Ladle Square, Ahertawe. MAR WOLAETHAU. Evans.-Mledi log, Miss Maria. Evans, Chapel St., Abergele, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    . ; Mrs. Pileher, scrap boeks; E. Johnson, F. Tyler. and Childiren of Miss Steer's Ciass, toys; Ettie, Percy, Hubert, Essie, and Ida, 2s, 6d. each; Taingye Bros., -HI.; H. Thompson, 25., toys, and dolls; Children of G. Zair, toys, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    house being the only exceptio) the members were conducted over the whole huilding. The latest report concerning the " Divine Essie," as3 the A-ustralians call their most famous native'- that she has Paid £6,000. to be released from her. Lande Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    time observe whatwas goiDg on, and rescned the complainant, san tookthe prisoner to the station. Sergeant Teggine said that na Essie' Tuesday it was a custom amongst the Irish in the nolgshhdbrhed to heave ersons from the ground and kiss Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    b~ Gind nd.,,,.,,,. - 80 pe. perifa .. .. Chevalfior . - 4= =leumpod, prer . 4 044 -OA OAXg Essie r & f 2014 Iansc o l. Osmoo ta and Lincolin. c ied Clover, pr. awl. - - Potato Subscribers-only content

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