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  • * British History Online *

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    Acts, 1836

    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 Presbytery,

    Index, K, 01 January 1509-31 December 1514

    (Kyllurayn), co. Clare, p. 1525. Killyowe , Cornw., g. 9 69 (18). Kilmacduagh , in Ireland, precentor of, p. 1525. Kilmeny (Kilmani), in Scotland, vicar of, 208. Kilmoe (Kylino), co. Cork, p. 1523. Kilnwick (Kylwyk), Yorks, 438 (1 m. 10),

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    are someviery clever miniatures by Mrs. James Robeftson, Miss E. Kendrick. Miss Jessica Landsaer and others; able portraits by Mt. M'Clise; and a grand poetical landscape by Mi. Mar; tin, the Story of Kilmeny, from Mr. Hogg's " Queen's Wake" Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    INSTANCES oF LONGEVITY IN THE ISLAND OF, SKYE-A few days ago, Duncan M'Calman died at Dell, in the parish of Kilmeny, at the advanced age of 109 years. He retained all his faculties to the last, and was only ill Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    recommend it and the entire book, of which it forms a most entertaining section, to the attention of our readers. Kilmeny. By William Black, Author of 'In Sill, Attire,' 'Love or Marriage.' In Three Volumes. Sampson Low, Son, and Marston. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    appder ctulbiuattiou."-lMcdical Circular. di THE NEW NOVEL. -0- Just publisliet, in three 1-., KILMENY. BY WILLIAM BLACK, Author of 'In Silk Attir',' .&c. -0- WESTAIZNSTER REVIEW. "' Kilmeny' shows a many-sidedness whnichl is excessively rare. It abhonds, ia the first Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    but if it be continued in its present style it will add considerably to the renown of the author of' Kilmeny.' Mr Black draws his characters distinctly and with vigour; there is no mistaking their identity. His description of places Subscribers-only content

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