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  • * British History Online * *

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    Acts and Proceedings, 1565, June

    Anent the complaint givin in be the Superintendent of Fyfe, for the want of a preacher at the Kirk of Kilmany, pertaining as ane comoun kirk to St. Salvators Colledge in St. Androes, Mr John Rutherfuird Provest, and Mr William

    Index, K, 01 January 1730-31 December 1734

    , 392, 415, 602. Kilkennis , 603, 629. Kilmaine , Lord. See O'Hara, James. Kilmallock , Lord. See Sarsfield, Edward. Kilmany , co. Fife, 88. Kimmarley . See Kemmerly. Kimpland , James, 679. Kincaid , Alexander, 359. Kincardine , feus

    Treasury Books and Papers, August 1731, 03 August 1731-31 August 1731

    of the Great Seal of Scotland for the grant to Wm. Smibert, minister at Kilmany, of the town and lands of Lochmalonie, in the parish of Kilmany, sheriffdom of Fife. [ North Britain Book X. pp. 151 6. ] August

    Index, L, 01 January 1730-31 December 1734

    of, in office of Receipt, 162, 175, 186, 196, 320, 478. -, tallies of, 480. Lobban , George, 359. Lochmalonie (Kilmany, Fife), 88. Lock , Daniel, 81, 130. -, Wadham, 194, 523. Locking up royal treasure , allowances for, 197.

    George III, December 1771, 01 December 1771-31 December 1771

    said city." They state evidence of their right from the year 1400. They had presented Mr. John Adamson, minister of Kilmany, to the charge of second minister; but having heard rumours of applications to the Crown in opposition to their Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in instruc- tiveness and interest. The first volume closed when Chalmers, in his thirty-fifth year, had left his ministry of Kilmany for that of the Tron Church at Glasgow; and the volume before us, occupying eight years, describes his ministry Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    which there is no awaking. At the time she struck the Excelsior appeared to be on full speed.-J. Murphy, from Kilmany, Mayo, saidhe was a married man, and had two children. He left home on Friday, for the purpose of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    unfortunately for the geolo- gist, completely covered with trees. Several good sections, produced by the cuttings for the road to Kilmany, show it to be composed of gravel, chiefly rounded, including many large pieces, some of which are of primitive Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    evidence, were again remanded. KINGSTOWN REGATTA. PnszE, £100,-Onward, 1; Condor, 2. SECOND RACW, £100.-ElgeriR, 1. TIIsu RACE.-Zemua, 1; Kilmeny, 2. Kilmany won by half a minute. BOA~r RACE.-1lt, University Bowing Club beat the University Boat Club. 2ud, Cork Club beat Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Id.L.C., at the age of seventy-five. He was the son of Captain Hugh Iearson, R.N., and was born at Hilton, Kilmany, Fifeshire. Lady Wolverton has adopted the " Spinning Wheel" as the offioial organ of her Needlework Guild, now numbering Subscribers-only content

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