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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fod ymwel- iad gerllaw i ninau. t TREFN Y MODDION CYEOEDDUS. NOe Fercher, am saith, ye Sion, dechreuodd y Parch. Heugh Jones, Beanmaris, a phregethodd y Parch. 1). Evans, M.A.. l)olgelau, oddier 1 Ioan 2 i. 3, a'r Parch. T. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bu y Parch. A. Oliver yn ymdrechgar iawn cyn eu cael hwynt, a thrwy gyeorthwy Mni. Henry Richard, Osherne Morgan, Heugh Owen, ac Abel Simner y huont ye liwyddianes i'w cal hwvnt o ewinedd y Teniaid. Ond ye y diwedd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn ILlanengan. 14. Rhoddwyd deibyniad i Mri. Evan iRichards, Ffestiniog ; Robert Jasson a Richard Lloyd, Talsarnan; Evan Jones, Llenyrch; Heugh Jones, Llan- bedr, a Thomas Jones Stephens, Saron, yn aelodan o'r Cyfarfod Misol fel blaenoriaid ye eu gwahanol eglwysi, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Society. LE CTUE Rit S. Rev. Win. Anderson Rev. J. C. Ewing , Ralph Wardlaw, D.D. Mr James Beith Hugh. Heugh, D.D. Rev. Alexander Harvey. --David King . Just piblished, elegantly printedifrom new type, 6s. STANDARD - FRENCH' -W{RKS, VOL.-1.-M. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Chinese student Choo-tik- layand the celebrated Missionary and Linguist whom he sacctil panied to England; Captain Harward, the Rev. Drs Heugh, Cox, Styles, &c. * the Rev. Mr Burnet, and the most eminent Dissenting Ministers. At a quarter before twelves Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Hartlepool

    pier or breakwater south-eastward from the Heugh , and to establish and control the ferry between Hartlepool and the new town of West Hartlepool , the profits to be devoted to protecting the Heugh from the inroads of the sea.

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    27 February 1732, 27 February 1733

    William Laing, Andrew Muirhead, John Monteitb, Alexander Muir¬ head of Caftlerankine, George Renny of ThcmefiauK; John Renny, John Tonard, Thomas Heugh, John Muir¬ head, George Young, William Gilles, Jeane White, Robert Hay, and John Anchie, all Feuers of Denny, for Subscribers-only content

    9 March 1733, 9 March 1734

    Laing, Andrew Muir¬ head, John Monteith, Alexander Muirhead of Caftleran- kine, George Rennie of Thomaftoun, John Rennie, John Toward, Thomas Heugh, John Muirhead, George Toungt William Gilles, Jean White, Robert Hay, John Auchie, all Feuars of Denny, for themfelves, and Subscribers-only content

    2 May 1735, 2 May 1735

    Wil¬ liam Laing, Andrew Muirhead, John Monteith, Alexander Muirhead of Cajllerankine, George Rennie of Thomaftoiin% John Rennie, John Toward, Thomas Heugh, John Muir¬ head, George Young, William Gilles, Jean White, Robert Hay, John Auchie, all Feuers of Denny, for themfelves, Subscribers-only content

    5 April 1826, 5 April 1826

    " Bailies of the Burgh of Queensferry; Campbell Innes, ** pretended Land Bailie thereof; William Meikle, William " Russell, Thomas Heugh, Charles Thomson, James " Meek, George Galbraith, John Branders, George " Young, James M'Arthur, and Robert Wilson, pretend- " Subscribers-only content

    22 November 1826, 22 November 1826

    in Pittenweem, William Tod junior, Slater there; ^j™1 Tod Robert Tod, Flesher there; John Bruce Livingstone, Sailor there ; James Heugh senior, Fisher there ; Joseph Corstorphine, Fisher there; James Watt senior, Fisher there ; William Lawson, Road Surveyor there Subscribers-only content

 

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