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  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    23 February 1822, 23 February 1822

    PRAYERS. Upon reading the Petition and Appeal of The Reverend Dewar et al. Hugh Dewar, Minister of the Gospel at Kilmartin, in ?Sains* „ Argyleshire, John Mac Goun, Merchant in Greenock, and eta^p. e Duncan Mac Goun, Merchant there, Three, Subscribers-only content

    27 March 1822, 27 March 1822

    pursuant to the Standing Orders of this House. Upon reading the Petition of Hugh Dewar, Minister of the Gospel at Kilmartin, in Argyleshire, and others, Appellants in a Cause depending in this House, to which Elizabeth Campbell or M'Kinnon, and Subscribers-only content

    7 February 1823, 7 February 1823

    Writer to the Signet, to the Petition and Appeal al. of The Reverend Hugh Dewar, Minister of the Gospel at Kilmartin, in Argyleshire, John Mac Goun, Merchant in Greenock, and Duncan Mac Goun Merchant there, Three, and a Quorum, of Subscribers-only content

    7 February 1825, 7 February 1825

    the said Hugh James Iiollo, to the Petition and Appeal of The Reverend Hugh Dewar, Minister of the Gospel at Kilmartin, in Argyleshire, John M'Gown, Merchant in Greenock, and Duncan M'Gown, Merchant there, Three, and a Quorum, of the Trustees Subscribers-only content

    5 May 1825, 5 May 1825

    28th Days of February last, upon the Petition and Appeal of The Reverend Hugh Dewar, Minister of the Gospel at Kilmartin, in Argyle- shire, John Mac Gowan, Merchant in Greenock, and Duncan M'Gowan, Merchant there, Three and a Quorum of Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index of persons and Places, J, K

    co. Carlow, chiefry of, 320. Killteale. See Kilteale. Killucan , Killuken, co. Westmeath, 120, 323. Killuken. See Killucan. Killvartin [? Kilmartin ] , Queen's County, 328. Killyan. See Killyon. Killybeg , Killebaggs, co. Wicklow, 322. Killydane , co. Carlow, 319.

    Index of persons and Places, J, K

    366. Killilly. See Killealy. Killinegreagh. See Killeenagroagh. Killucan. See Kilcoline. Killwarten. See Kilwarden. Kilmacuagh , Kill McCogh, co. Roscommon, 265. Kilmartin , Kilvertine, Queen's County, 263. Kilnagh. See Lisknagh. Kilnoe , co. Clare, 265. Kilree , Kilreagh, co. Roscommon, 263.

    Warrants, Letters, etc., 1739, January-March, 01 January 1739-28 March 1739

    quarter teinds of Kilmalieu and many other places detailed: the parsonage teinds of Dunoon et al. detailed, the teinds of Kilmartin et al. detailed, & c., & c. North Britain Book XII. pp. 335 9. Report to the Treasury from

    General Index, C, 01 March 1702-31 May 1703

    for Camisards , the and see Ceven-nes. Campbell , Campble: of Glenderowell Alexander, of Barcoldin Capt. Alexander (Fergu-son's) Alexander, of Kilmartin of Lochneill Capt. Alexander, of Ottar Archibald, of Clunys, tutor of Isla of Innira Master Charles Sir Colin, of Subscribers-only content

    General Index, H, I, J, K, 01 October 1683-14 April 1684

    incorporation and appointment of Governors of warrant for additional Governors of sessions Kilmakocharmel , parochin of Kilmalew , parochin of Kilmartin (Kilmarteine), Argylls., parochin of Kilmaurs . See Kilmors. Kilmelfort (Kilmelfoort), Argylls., parochin of Kilmeloge . See Kilmackeoge. Kilmichael Glassary Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Reigate. The election of the municipal functionaries is to takeplace early in December. 16.-At the Leeson petty sessions Biddy Kilmartin appears to answer the charge of Mr E. Chisom, who accused her of stealing 5ne turnip, his property, on Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ddesedthejuy orth prsoer tM. ueihy bavisig rele orteCowue Cur dorndutlto-day. 'W A FARMER SENTENCED To PENAL SERVITUDE. oa A farmer~named Kilmartin, from Asrmn Island, Galway, was vii Indicted at the Sligo Assizes, yesterday, for shooting at and or wounding a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    then at mlan isamed0 Cadwho cwss like Kilmartin, and who escaped to Anierica, hail confessed oct his deathbed at Bhoston that it r teas hie icad fired the sliot at eroman, and that Kilmartin a seas iinscceut. t Mr. TSCVELYANT Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    under the Crimes Act in Ireland. It says: "u An amnesty movement will be organised, and convicts t like the Kilmartin, the Dalahays, the Crossmaglen pri- st Boners, and scores of others, will step forth free men, when us the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    charges. o acl si ueps til, do ~1 q ~ d ral A night porter THE RELEASE OF KILMARTIN. Thd Irish convict Kilmartin, who has been releasedafter serving two years of his sentence oP penal servitude for attemrpting to shoot Subscribers-only content

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    Rassella near Kilmartin Loch Crenan Argylshire., 1817

    Rassella near Kilmartin Loch Crenan Argylshire. [monument] View near Kilmartin, with stone circle in foreground; a man in a kilt following a horse at centre middle ground, and three figures working in a field at right; rocky mountains in background;

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