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  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    17 May 1809, 17 May 1809

    in the Counter Declarator " affbilzie the Defenders therein and decern. In regard " to the Patronages of Tain and Fodderty, in refpect of *c the Charter and Novodamus 1704, the Lords fuftain " the Defences in the Declarator at Subscribers-only content

    6 April 1827, 6 April 1827

    (Warwick:) Bill. ford e Road Laws, >ns tAl- n of: em >n of ¦') Loggie: Yearn : Fodderty: eld& scomb: Stockton: Stokeslev: Yarm. ister. Upon reading the Petition of the Owners and Occu¬ piers of Land, and others interested in Subscribers-only content

    Index, 22 January 1828

    Rosemarkie ; Avoch ; Rosskeen ; Killearnan; and Inverkeithny, 234. — Owners of Land frequenting Warwick Market; Loggie; Yearn ; Fodderty; Stockton; Stokesley; and Yarm, 237. — Upper Part of Tindale Ward; Stirlingshire ; and Two from Odiham, 243. — Subscribers-only content

    26 March 1829, 26 March 1829

    26° Martii. ^.1829. Fodderty: Ormiston : Upon reading the Petition of the Inhabitants of Leith, whose Names are thereunto subscribed; praying their Lordships " not to consent to any Measure which has for " its Object to admit Roman Catholics Subscribers-only content

    Index, 10 December 1829

    Mandeville; Padbury; North Marston; Waltham Abbey; Saddleworth; Beachampton ; Hays Castle; Lawder; Kirkmahoe ; and Ocheltree, 289. — Leith ; Fodderty ; Ormiston ; Kirkconnel ; Anstruther Wester ; J. Sparrow; Beddgelert; J. C. Browne ; Arlsey, &c.; Aghold; Lisnadill; Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    House of Lords Journal Volume 64, 18 July 1832, 18 July 1832-18 July 1832

    Stewart , Dean of Guild; Donald Stewart , Treasurer; and William Mackenzie , Writer to the Signet; Forbes M'Kenzie of Fodderty, Hugh Ross, Charles Stewart, Colin Macdonald, Murdo Cameron, Alexander Fraser of Inchcoulter, Hugh Innes Cameron and Alexander Kelly ,

    Acts, 1834

    Tain, Robert Paul, Esq., Secretary to the Commercial Bank of Scotland. From the Presbytery of Dingwall, Mr John Noble at Fodderty, Mr David Tulloch at Kinloch Leuchart, ministers. From the Presbytery of Abertarff, Mr John Macintyre at Kilmanivaig, Mr Donald

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    with a congre- gation of from six to a dozen," is endowed with 3561. a-year; Killearnan, with seventeen, has 2561.; Fodderty, with twenty-three, is worth 3541. ; Latheron has 3631. with a congregation of thirteen; while Applecross, with only seven, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    'though i- not unprecedented, occurrence, happened on Monday last in *sthe neighbouring county of Ross. As Major Mackenzie, of 55 Fodderty, in Stratlipeffer, was traversing a field on his i1 farm, lie was not a little surprised to find a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Charles Waterston, Esq., Banker, Inverness. Kenneth Murray, Esq., Banker, Tain, George Middleton, Esq., Farmer, Fearn, Tain. James Dudgeon, Esq., Farmer, Fodderty, Dingwall. Robert Murray, Esq., Land Steward to Lord 3Iil- town, Carnew, Ireland. The great Annual Sheep and Wool Fair Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Charles Waterston, Esq., Banker, Inverness. Kenneth Murray, Esq., Banker, 'Tain. George Middleton, Esq., Farmer, Fearn, Tain. James Dudgeon, Esq., Parmer, Fodderty, Dingwall. Robert Murray, Esq., Land Steward to Lord Mil- town, Carnew, Ireland. The great Annual Sheep and Wool Fair Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the 12tb, and 16 brace, on the 13th. At Drnean, in about three hours, Mr. .Tuck, 10 brace., Mr. Masters, Fodderty, had good sport, but we have not learned the exact number bagged; we understand it was about 50 brace. Subscribers-only content

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