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  • * British History Online *

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    Supplementary abstracts to charters in volume 2, 1607-48

    against Glasgow for molesting burgesses in buying merchandise in the burgh and harbour of Renfrew, and for admitting burgesses at Kilmacolm. With consent of parties the complaint was continued till next convention. Anent the complaint by Rutherglen against Glasgow for

    Index, E-L

    of, 245, 326. Kilkerrane , loch, a53. Killala and Achonry , bishop of, 384. Kilmahew , laird of, 356. Kilmalcolm (Kilmacolm), 195, 295, a62, a65. Kilmarnock , 40, 104 5, a84; schools of, 65. Kilmaronock , parish of, 97. Kilmun

    Acts, 1834

    The General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, without a vote, did, and hereby do, disjoin the parishes of Erskine, Kilmacolm, Port-Glasgow, the three parishes of Greenock, and that of Innerkip, from the Presbytery of Paisley, and the parishes of

    House of Lords Journal Volume 63, 4 October 1831, 04 October 1831-04 October 1831

    Peers:" It is Ordered , That the said Petition do lie on the Table. Kilmacolm Upon reading the Petition of the Inhabitants of the Parish of Kilmacolm , in the County of Renfrew , in Public Meeting assembled, including Heritors,

    Index to Session 1831, K-Z

    Union; Warwick Political Society; Alton; Warblington and Emsworth; Political Union, Dunfermline; Political Society, Tiverton; Innerkip; Perriton and Bratton; Yeovil; Stevenston; Kilmacolm; Bromsgrove Political Union, & c; and Kilbarchan. - Great and Little Boltons; St. Alban; Sudbury; Blandford; Leicester; Langfield; Gloucestershire;

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    The Glasgow medical journal. vol. 3., 1830

    I consider a well-marked example of amaurosis from concussion by blow on eye-ball. Grace Love , at. 18 years, from Kilmacolm , consulted me in Oct. 18 29 , on account of the loss of her sight. The history of Subscribers-only content

    The Temperance Society record no. IX, vol. II, 1831

    of Weir , Crofthead Mills, Eaglesham , Greenock , Johnston , 251 Youths' Association, 16 1518 92 140 100 580 Kilmacolm , Levern, (including Dovehill, 73,) Lochwinnoch , Paisley , 1290 Youths' Association, 266 Pollokshaws , Renfrew , Thornliebank , Subscribers-only content

    The Temperance Society record no. XIX, vol. II, 1831

    Mason , D. D. Wishawtown. 9. P. M'Indoe, Chirnside . 10. James M' Gill , Hightae . 11. William M'Lauchlan, Kilmacolm . 12. Thomas Neilson , Rot hsay. 13. Thomas Rowatt , Pentpont. 14. Gavin Rowatt , Whithorn . 15. Subscribers-only content

    The Temperance Society record no. XIX, vol. II, 1831

    Jedburgh , Johnshaven , Jolmston, Keith and Stidtlnsla, Kelso , Kilbaichan, t Ki'bume, Kilbnde, East, Kilbude, West, Kilmarnock , Kilmauis, Kilmacolm , Kilsyth Kilwinning , Kincardine -Monteitb, Kmneswood, Kinghoin, Kinioss, Kirkaldy, Kirkintilloch , Kukmaidcn, Knknewton and East Caldei, Lanark , Subscribers-only content

    The Temperance Society record: January-December, 1832 no. XX, vol. III, 1831

    Kilbarchan , 200 Kilbirnie , 202 Kilbride , East, 67 Kilbride , West, 124 Kilmarnock , 322 Kilmaurs , 15 Kilmacolm ,., 51 Kilsyth 360 Kilwinning , 65 Kincardine -Monteith, 26 Kinneswood, 59 Kinghorn ,., ',.,..„ 75 Kinross , JMrkaldy, Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    4 October 1831, 4 October 1831

    That the said Petition do lie on the Table. Upon reading the Petition of the Inhabitants of the Kilmacolm Parish of Kilmacolm, in the County of Renfrew, in Public Meeting assembled, including Heritors, Justices of the Peace, Farmers and other Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    Dumbarton, 597.—*° " tingall, 597.—Graham, John, Deacon of the Shoemaker l^rp ration of Perth, 597.—Inverness, 597.—Kenmore, 597. *"° chan, 589. Kilmacolm, 597. Killin, 597.—Lochwinnoch, o» • Loudoun, 597. Royal Burghs of Scotland in Convention, »w, * -Wcem, 597.—-For expediting the Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Lords, 1 Geo. IV - 3 Gul. IV, Vols. LIII - LXIV

    Kilconquhar, 1047 a. Kildalkey, 1087 a Kildare, County of, 1054 b. Killarney, 1052 a. Killearn, 1035 b. Killin, 1071 b. Kilmacolm, 1050 b. Kilmarnock, 1053 b. Kilpatrick, 1046 a. Kilsyth, 1023 b. Kilwinning, 1041 a. Kincardine, 1047 a. Kino- Stanley, Subscribers-only content

    29 June 1831, 29 June 1831

    neighbourhood, in Public Meeting as- of the various Bequests for Charitable Purposes, whether ' sembled;—of Inhabitants of the parish of Kilmacolm, in in Monies or Land, to be distributed among Freemen, Tradesmen and others, in the City of Bristol, by Subscribers-only content

    Index, 22 November 1831

    Forfar, against the Bill of last Session ; To be printed, 573. Petitions in favour; —Of Inhabitants of Lochwinnoch; of Kilmacolm ; of Kil- barchan;58g. Of Kenmore; of Dull; ofKillin; of Loudoun; of Blairgourie; of Fortingall; ofWeem; of Balquhidder; of Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    having occurred quite recently. While driving in the dark near Baidge - of - Weir, Greenock, Alexander 3u- chanan, horse-dealer, Kilmacolm, accidentall'y ran his vehicle into another carriage, and was thrown cut and killed. The mension-Isouse of Kirk-dell, Kirk-cudbrightahir-e, has Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    case of death by violence, whioh has occurred ia the parish of Kilmacolm, near to Greenock. On Tue.- day night one Robert Lyon, aged 18, accompanied by an elder brother and two other lads, were convey- ing one T.lfer, a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Slj t fltoittee €mttt*r AND ARGUS. /REGISTERED AT THB GENERAL) \POST OFFICE A3 A NEWSPAPER. / PRICE ONE HALFPENNY WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 189 a (ESTABLISHED 1816.) 12,554. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    OUR DEFENCES. Lord George Hamilton's reply to the de- | putation which waited upon him on Friday to urge on the Government the necessity of strengthening the Navy was a temperate and j statesmanlike one. There was not the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    EDUCATION OF DUNDEE'S DEAF AND DUMB. The annual meeting of the Duudee Institution for the Education of tho Deaf and Dumb was held in the Savings Bank. Euclid Street, yester- day-Lord Dean of Guild Robertson presiding. Mr David Don, Subscribers-only content

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