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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Stockton on Tees

    Fordyce , op. cit. ii, 183). Richmond , Local Rec . p. 214; Fordyce , op. cit. ii, 175. Brewster, op. cit. 103. It was broken up after the Free Library was formed. Heavisides, Annals of Stockton-on-Tees , 74.

    Parishes St Oswald's - Churches and advowsons

    'the whole fabric has been placed in complete repair.' An organ was placed in the north gallery in 1828 . Fordyce , Hist. Dur . ( 1857 ), i, 383. Information of the late Mr. C. Hodgson Fowler , architect

    Parishes Hurworth

    most direct and sure way' to the north (Surtees, Hist. and Antiq. of Co. Palat. of Dur . iii, 408). Fordyce , Hist. and Antiq. of Co. Palat. of Dur . i, 503. The blue boundary stone is on the

    Parishes Long Newton

    218; Fordyce , op. cit. ii, 219. Information kindly supplied by Messrs. Bainbridge . Cal. Pat . 1361-4 , p. 497. Dur. Rec. cl. 3, file 177, no. 201. Surtees, op. cit. iii, 213. Surtees, op. cit. iii, 216; Fordyce

    Parishes Norton

    Com. Rep . iv, App. 96. Quoted in Dict. Nat. Biog . under Cosin. Whiting, Early Piety Exemplified , 56. Fordyce , Hist. and Antiq. of co. Palat. of Dur . ii, 205. Wesley, Journals , iii, 380. Mackenzie and

  • * British History Online *

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    Acts and Proceedings, 1571, August

    the Superintendents, Commissioners to plant Kirks, Barrons, Ministers, Commissioners of Provinces, Townes, Universities, and Kirks. Mr Gilbert Garden Minister at Fordyce was chosen Moderator . Sess. 1 a . [Mr James Lawson, Subprincipall of Aberdeen, David Wemes, John Dykes, James

    Acts, 1820

    d , That short reports, or notices of examination, have been transmitted from the following Presbyteries, viz., Aberlour, Ayr, Brechin, Fordyce, Lochmaben, Peebles, Turriff, stating generally on the backs of the commissions that the schools within these Presbyteries were examined.

    Acts, 1823

    have been received from the following twenty-eight Presbyteries: Aberbrothock, Aberdeen, Abernethy, Aberdour, Alford, Brechin, Cupar, Dalkeith, Dunfermline, Dumbarton, Dundee, Elgin, Fordyce, Garioch, Haddington, Irvine, KincardineO'Neil, Kirkaldy, Kirkcudbright, Lanark, Lewis, Linlithgow, Lochmaben, Penpont, Selkirk, Stranraer, St Andrews, and Uist. II. Short

    Acts, 1826

    Aberbrothock, Aberdeen, 25 Linlithgow, Aberlour, Abernethy, 5 Alford, Annan, Ayr, Brechin, Cupar, 10 Dalkeith, Dumbarton, Dunbar, Dundee, Dunfermline, 15 Fordoun, Fordyce, Forfar, Lrvine, Kelso, 20 Kincardine O'Neil, Kirkcaldy, Lanark, Lauder, Lewis, 25 Linlithgow, Lochmaben, Penpont, Perth, Selkirk, 30 St Andrews,

    Acts, 1827

    following Presbyteries, viz.: Aberbrothock, Aberdeen, Aberlour, Abernethy, 5 Alford, Annan, Ayr, Brechin, Cupar, 10 Dalkeith, Dumbarton, Dumfries, Dundee, Dunfermline, 15 Fordyce, Forfar, Garioch, Haddington, Jedburgh, 20 Lanark, Lauder, Lochmaben, Penpont, Selkirk, 25 St Andrews, Stranraer. 2. That reports, either less

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mlajor-General Hillian the defence of his post, and Brigzdier-General Ste*;art in the charge of the cavalry this day:; and Brigade-Mfajor Fordyce, Captains' Corry and Hill, for the assistance they -rendered' to Gesieral Hill. - - - . I have also Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hunting watch. A duel was ftuogltt on Wednesday morning on Aeton comomon, between utgh Bleukinsop, Esq. and a gentlemian satned Fordyce. The dispute. which occasioned the meeting arose from a bet of a rttosp and-dizear re- speclingi a leap in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Captain, vice AdaRnuon, who exchanges, June 15. 74th Foot-Lict. J. Fowle, from, the 9Dth Foot, to be Lieu- tenant, vice Fordyce, wbo exchanges, June 15. F 94th Foot-Capt. i. D. Macdonald, from the 92d Foot to be captain,~ vice Tulloeh, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    oot, to be Adjhtant and Roign, vice Russell, August 17. 41st Foot-A. Sadlier, Gent. to be Ensigo, by purchase, vice Fordyce, appointed to ste 47th Foet. August 17. 46th Foot-Captain W. N. Cuocance. from the R5th Post, to be Captain, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    frona the balf-pay Unat- tached, to be Lieutenant-Colonel, vice J. England, who ex- changes, January 2.5. 1 1th Foot-Captain J. Fordyce, from the 35th Foot, to be Captain, rice Westropp, appointed to the 99th Fooe; Ensign E. L. Blosae to Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    14 March 1734, 14 March 1735

    Thomas Scot at Fivie, and Mr. William Johnfion at Monwhittar, Delegates and Commiffioners from the refpective Pref¬ byteries of Garrioch, Fordyce, and Turreff, within the Provincial Synod of Aberdeen, Refpondents; And no Counfel appearing for the Appellants: The Couufel for Subscribers-only content

    5 February 1779, 5 February 1779

    Can- Ds. Willoughby Par. cellarius. Ds. Raven/worth. Comes Gower,Frxks. ®s' Sjar/*t' ' Ds. Amherß, Dux Bolton. Dux Chandos. Dux Bridgewater. Fordyce et al. againft lh al. Comes Denbigh. Comes Stamford. Comes; Sandwich, Comes CaJJillis. Comes Abercorn. Comes Galloway. Comes Rofebery. Subscribers-only content

    25 February 1779, 25 February 1779

    the Court of Seffion: That as the Papers are very long, and as another Appeal has been entered by Doäor Fordyce, who likewife holds a Leafe in the fame Circumftances, " the Exhibits are the fame in both Caufes, and Subscribers-only content

    15 April 1779, 15 April 1779

    Par» t!S' Scar/dale. Ds. Ätnherß. PRAYERS. After hearing Counfel this Day upon the Petition and Fordyce et A Appeal of the Reverend Doctor James Fordyce, and agai^ft Wlft others, Affignees to the Tack of the Lands and Eftate of ct Subscribers-only content

    17 May 1781, 17 May 1781

    Secretary to the Treafury, dated the 6th of May " 1780, on the Subject of the Petition of Alexander " Fordyce, praying, " an Exemption from the Duties *' on Salt ufed in making Mineral Alkali and Marine Acid." " Subscribers-only content


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