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  • * British History Online * *

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    Acts, 1714

    at Snizort, in the Isle of 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

    Acts, 1719

    there; Harray in Orkney; Abertarff in the Shire of Inverness; Tomnavillan in Banffshire; Shapinshay in Orkney an Island; Westray there; Kildonan in the Shire of Sutherland; Mull an Island; Laggan in Badenoch; Strowan in Atholl; Kilmorack in Ross; Lochearn in

    Acts, 1726

    do therefore disjoin the parishes of Diurness, Edrachillis, Tongue, and Farr, from the Presbytery of Caithness, and the parishes of Kildonan and Assint from the Presbytery of Dornoch, and do hereby erect those six parishes into a Presbytery by themselves,

    General Index, I, J, K, 01 April 1700-31 March 1702

    Dempsey, Dr. J.; Wesely. countess of. See Fitzgerald, Elizabeth. Kildare county , estates in, grant of rents and profits of Kildonan , co. Wigton, lands Kilkenny , co. Kilkenny, fortifications and artillery of, inspection of Killebegs. See Killybegs. Killigrew (Killigrue), Subscribers-only content

    Acts and Proceedings, 1586, May

    Cannisbie. Dunnett. Halkirk. Skenquhair. Olrick. Lathroonie. Thurse. Ray. Ardurnes. Farre. Southerland . Assint. Dornoch. Creich. Lerg. Roggert. Kilmalchie. Clyne. Loth. Kildonan. Ros . Kincardin. Taine. Eddertaine. Nig. Terbert. Kilmuire Eister. Logie Eister. Rosken. Newmakyle. Alnes. Kilterne. Linlair. Dingwell. Chanrie [of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Monck's b. c. Gardener (D. Hughes) 0 Sir J. Hawley's ch. c. Rouge Dragon (Wells) 0 Mr Parr's b. e. Kildonan (Clements) . . . 0 Lord Lincoln's b. c. lupus (A. Day) . . . . Mr Hamilton's b. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    come. What God requires of me just now is silence, prayer, and expectation." A correspondent of the Inverness Courier writes: "Kildonan gold is all the rage this year, but we have good reason to believe that Abernethy gold will be Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    darkness set in. Nothing further coccurred until near I napping :and although thle enemy have not put in-ano appearance the Kildonan Lighthouse men are watching1 Ieagerly, andareready to wvireinstantlyto Greenck should lthey see the irouclads. The sea 'being very boisterous, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sire was fqr two days engaged witia tire reapers in cutting down tire crop of Mir. M'Kay, Old Glebe of Kildonan. She is straight as a young girl, is very spirited, and hser lively, dark-browvn eye and intelligent countenance, cannot Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ro fMedora Isles-Miss Ann Lord Clifden's f by Surplice- Mr. Padwick Dn Brownie Blue Devils Mr. T. Parr's b c Kildonan Lord Courtenay ns c by Rata- Mr. Payne's b c by Alarm-The plan-Moss Ross Rescued Lord Coventry's Iearus Mr. Subscribers-only content

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