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  • * British History Online *

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    Acts, 1700

    Moffat, Mr Matthew Reid at Northberwick, Mr Alexander Orrock at Hawick, Mr Nicol Edgar at Hobkirk, Mr James Guthrie at Irongray, and Mr Robert Blair at Holywood, Ministers ; the Lairds of Falnash and Whitelaw, Ruling Elders ; to be

    Acts, 1725

    the King's College of Aberdeen, James Chapman at Cromdale, Hugh Munro at Tain, Daniel M'Aulay at Bracadale, James Guthry at Irongray, and John Anderson at Kirkmaiden, Ministers ; the Right Honourable Charles Earl of Lauderdale, George Lord Ready, Sir Hugh

    Acts, 1722

    Lochmaben, Thomas Goldie at Kirkpatrick-juxta, James Armstrong at Ruthwell, John Howie at Morton, Alexander Bain at Keir, James Guthrie at Irongray, John Campbell at Kirkbean, Patrick Cumming at Kirkmahoe, William Boyd at Dalry, John Reid at Carsphairn, Robert Donaldson at

    Acts and Proceedings, 1586, May

    Gelkstoun. Kirkormock. Corsmichall. Partoun. Dalry. Kellis. Balmaclellan. [ Drumfreis . ] Drumfreis. Troqueir. Terrigleis. Newabbay. Halliewood. Suddick. Lochrawine. Kirkunchean. Kirkpatrick. Irongray. Kirkpatrick in the Muire. [alias Dunrand. ] Kirkbaine. Cowan. Callaverock. [Tynwell. ] Torquhorrell. Kirkmacho. Penpont. Tyrewyn [Tynron. ] Dowrisdair.

    Acts, 1842

    From the Presbytery of Dumfries, Mr George Greig at Tinwald, Mr George John Duncan at Kirkpatrick-Durham, Mr Robert Crawford at Irongray , Mr Robert Gillies, A.M., at Carlaverock, ministers; Mr James Brown, Holywood, Mr James Swan, Torthorwald, ruling elders. From

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a cottage on Afr Walker's farm of Clouden, and at ber death it fell to his lot to lay her head in the grave, in the chiutrchyard of Irongray, where he himself now reposes amidst kindred dust.-D em- fries Courier. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    D. F. Duncan, Glaspgaw, engraver-W. Guy, Paisley,cooper -I. Coutts, Dundee, builder-D. MlMiltanHlelmsdaleSutter- landshie, wood merchant-P. Campbell, Edinburgb, tavern keepe,-J. Hannsy, Irongray, Kirkoudoright, fsrmer-W. Pollock, Glasgow, writer. Friday, October 20. WAR OFFICE, Ocr, 20, Ist Foot-E. C. Handcock, Gent. to be Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    near Carlisle. l A sparrow of a light cream cilour was shot a few days since, in the parish of Irongray, Damfriesshire A congress of German shorthand writers has just been held at Munich. A man in love is a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DE,.rec,"-Aa most of our readers are aware, the author of "Waverley" erected a handsome tombstone ini the romantic churchyard of Irongray, over the grave of Helen Walker, the prototype of the imaginary Jeamie Deans, in perhaps one of the greatest Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    s."-bA mObitof our readers are aware, the author of "'Waverley" erected a handsome r tombstona in the romantic churchyard of Irongray, over w the grave of Helen Walker, the prototype of the imaginary t Jesnie Deans, in perhaps one of Subscribers-only content

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