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  • * British History Online *

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    Acts, 1836

    and Jura. The General Assembly of the Church of Scotland did, and hereby do, disjoin the parishes of Killarrow, Kildalton, Kilchoman, Kilmeny, Oa, Portnahaven, Jura, and Colonsay, from the Presbytery of Kintyre, and form these seven parishes into a new

    Acts, 1834

    Rothsay, John Ker, Esq., of Raeside. From the Presbytery of Kintyre, Mr Daniel Kelly at Campbelton, Mr Alexander Cameron at Kilchoman, Mr John M'Arthur at Kilcalmonell, ministers; John Fleming, Esq., of Moisdale, Captain R. N., ruling elder. From the Burgh

    Acts, 1842

    of Campbeltown, Nathaniel Harvey, Esq., bank agent in Campbeltown. From the Presbytery of Isla and Jura, Mr Alexander Cameron at Kilchoman, Mr Colin Hunter at Portnahaven, ministers; James Crawford, junior, Esq., Writer to the Signet, Edinburgh, ruling elder. From the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Bowmore, Alexander Macdonald died last Maiach, aged 93. In the same month, Margaret M'Vicar died in the parish of Kilchoman, aged 98. Donald Orr died at Stravnish, in the parish of Kildalton, last Febru- ary, at the still more Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Petersburgh. w hi WHITEHALL, JUNE 3.-The Queen has presented li the Rev. J. Dewar to the church and parish of Kilchoman, d " in the presbytery ofIsla and Jura, and county of Argyll, so vacant by the death of Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and isle of Mull, vacant by the transportation of the Rev. J. Dewar, late minister thereof, to the parish of Kilchoman. OFFICE OF ORDNANCE, Ix;r. 19. . oyal Regt. Artillery.-SEc. linut. C. XV. Elgee to be first licu., vice LHsrghet, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Friday last Peter Bell, a young man about 28 years of age, residin at Lyrabus, in the parish of Kilchoman, Islay, put a period to his existence by cutting his throat from ear to ear. He bad been under Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    div. of 7-l6d. June 21, or any subsequent Thursday ; Cazenove, Liverpool. SCOTCH SEQUESTRATIONS. Heriot, Edinburgh, fruit dealer. Wilson, Edinburgh, merchant. M'Ewen, Crieff, ironmonger. Young and Co., Glasgow, calico printers. Neilson, Kilbirnie, Ayrshire, miner. Campbell, Kilchoman, Island of Islay, grazier. Subscribers-only content

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