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  • * British History Online *

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    Acts, 1714

    Skye Glenelg, in the remote Highlands Abertarff, in the shire of Inverness Lairg and Kildonan in Sutherland Duirness in Strathnaver Harray in the Continent, and Shapinshay in the North Isles of Orkney Walls in Zetland Tomnamvillian, in the Duke of

    Acts, 1719

    Kilda, a far remote island, where the Society maintains a minister, who is also schoolmaster; Glenmuick in Braemar; Monaltry there; Harray in Orkney; Abertarff in the Shire of Inverness; Tomnavillan in Banffshire; Shapinshay in Orkney an Island; Westray there; Kildonan

    Acts, 1712

    Presbytery of Skye; a seventh in his Grace the Duke of Atholl's Highlands; an eighth in Glenelg; a ninth in Harray, in the continent of Orkney; a tenth in the Island of Sanday, in the North Isles there; and the

    Acts, 1725

    the Presbytery of Kirkwall, and to meet at the town of Kirkwall; the ministers of the parishes of Birsay and Harray, Firth and Stenhouse, Orphir, Sandwick and Stromness, Gr msay and Hoy, and Walls and Flotta, with a ruling elder

    Acts and Proceedings, 1586, May

    Ness in ȝ ell. Vnst. Sandwick. Cunisbrugh. Croce Kirk. Faire Yle. Bulyesta. Dunrosnes. Orknay . Kirkwall. Sanct Olaus Kirk. Birsa. Harray. Sanct Androes Kirk and Deirnes. Holme. Orfare. Stanehouse. Firth. Euie. Randell. Inhallow. Stromnes. Sandwick. Russay. Eglissay. Weir. Vallis. Flattay.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    COURT of ADMI)RALTY.-The IC,~ Instanceesend Prize Proceedings accordinag I-3 lilflTING Of and Regulotiofli of the Courtas ordered 10theOev '1.jitbfuls' au'd punctually executed in all par- 1s C~0ujll' -l~TYPE, anda COST, by REYNELL aind pof lmOtu Leva , aod commercial Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in e a'-rti li{' Ii 1 'Harray 2ho;.riiri's oh the above stor cr. -lrAI fIII1IA>Oi 11 rahiaii Wrte :-Is rural Eng the, 1 .tiL rolaprrg into wvilderucast~ is a question wthich, as t, natn~ puuplo have been asking durinig the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    N TIGHT ATCoc-lREbAuKABrLc INCIrENrT.-After midnight on Thursday last, while Dr. Logie, of Kirkwall, was returning from visiting a patient at Harray, along the Stromness road, by the side of the Bay of Firth1 he was suddenly startled by a large Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Set1 Socrtaie, Srfa Wlrrtul, Cpyig Pcoa;alao auseful DOGCART flft aint otlier t~iimugo. .240t Solae tocrinrrAuco ant 3.30 ilm. 511 Cictatagr11il Harray be lann at the-Aetioarener's 000ici, 13, Canarn L street, larririaghnuom "1 o33S sear Luicgs rtaiur hopruortaiti Sale, TO-MORtROWY IWirlrdnecyl, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fekrdeld Port woid. near to MonunSent Road, Ladly. A woord, Pith STAB, BXL ocEWHOUSE, sod Premises, let to Mr. is Harray Merger on Lease for fourteels years, from Lady-day, 10fi2, at a yearly rest of £g41.; alaso, the RETAIL SHOP, Subscribers-only content

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