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  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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

    189. Inverury, 236.—Keig, 280. Kilbrandon, &c, 342. Kilbride, East, 428. Kilchrenan, &c.,280. Killin, 378. Kilmadock, 378. Kilmalcolm, 342. Kilmarnock, 168. Kilmorack, 280. Kilmsie, &c, 228. Kilrenny, 280. Kilsyth, 437. Kiltarlity, 280. Kil- team, 275. Kincardine, 342. 378. Kinethmont, 280. Kinnellar, Subscribers-only content

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

    Kent, Grand Jury of, 220. Kent Road, Old, 217. Kettering, 197. Keyham, 228. Killarchan, 193. Killearn, 12. Kilmarnock, 167. 187. Kilmorack, 165. Kiltarlity, 184. Kil- team, 220. Kincardine, 220. Kingston-upon-Hull, 134. Kin- loch Luichart, 220. Kinloss, 178. Kirbymoorside, 142. Kirk- Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 2 November 1819

    Parish Minister, aided by part of the la- bour of two Missionaries. Presbytery Dingwall. 1 PROVINCIAL SYNOD OF ROSS Contin Kilmorack - Presbytery of \ Kincardine Tain. J Reay - /^Halkirk 30 60 30 (*) 16 10—30 (*_<) 19 1,844 Subscribers-only content

    13 March 1833, 13 March 1833

    Consideration petition, ""charged. A Petition of Heritors, Minister, Elders and People of Kirkhill;—and, of the Minister, Elders and Inhabitants of Kilmorack, Inverness-shire,—were presented, and read; praying the House to adopt such measures as may seem most fitting to secure the Subscribers-only content

    16 April 1833, 16 April 1833

    17° Aprilis. Petitions 280 York;—of Weskyans m the county of York;—of Inha¬ bitants of Lane End;—of Needham Market;—of Home Cultram;-—of Alston;—of Saint Decumans;—of Me¬ thodists of Whitehaven;—of Inhabitants of Charlton Adam and Charlton Mackrell;—of Donyat;—of Eton; —of Baptists of Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Acts, 1719

    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 Perthshire; Glenladnoch there; Glenarchna there; Tillichon in the Shire of Moray; Culphern there; Drummoyn there;

    Acts, 1722

    Lauchlan Shaw at Calder, George Gordon at Cromarty, Hugh Campbell at Kilmuir Wester, Daniel M'Gilligen at Alness, Thomas Chisholm at Kilmorack, Hugh Duff at Ferne, David Ross at Tarbat, Robert Kirk at Dornoch, Robert Robertson at Loth, William Innes at

    General Index, I, J, K, L, 01 January 1766-31 December 1769

    Strand of, lease, & c. of Kilmaenllwyd Rhose , licence to hold fairs in Kilmaiden , Baron, see Doneraile, Viscount. Kilmorack , church and parish of Kilmore , Dean of Kilsea barracks , Russian officers in Kiltearn , church, & Subscribers-only content

    Acts, 1796

    Thomas Urquhart at Rosskeen, ministers; Charles Ross, Esq., Advocate, ruling elder. From the Presbytery of Dingwall, Mr John Fraser at Kilmorack, Mr Charles Calder at Urquhart, ministers; Mr Kenneth Mackenzie, Writer to the Signet, ruling elder. From the Presbytery of

    Acts and Proceedings, 1586, May

    Kilterne. Linlair. Dingwell. Chanrie [of Rosmerky. ] Aua. Kilmuire Wester. Arthurseir. Foddertie. Killernan. Suddie. Kinnettes. Vrquhart. Logie Wester. Vrray. Cullickden. Kilmorack. Kirk Chryst. Kirk Michell. Contane. Cromartie. Lochbroome. Lochalsie. Lochcarron. Gerlock. Applecroce. Kyntaill. Inuernes. Bowoche. Farnway. Croy. Moy. Pettie. Brachtie.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    G. Whitehonse, Northampton, coal merchont-S. Partridge, Carlisle place, Lambeth, vi-;tualler-J. Porter, Barnsley, Yor- shire, calenderer- E. Richardson, Suodderland, Durbham, user- chant-E. Jones, Liverpool, soap manufacturer. SCOTCH SEQUESTRATIONS. J. Mill and Co ATbi oath, inerobanrs-G. Grieve, Kilmorack, Inverness shire, sheep farmer. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ore and phosphates quiet. India in demand. Fixtures- Waterloo steamer, 2,200 tons, prompt, Sulina, 10s 3d to Leith or Glasgow; Kilmorack, 2,950 tons, February, Novorossisk, 9s 9d, new charter; Hebe steamer, prompt, Odessa and one Crimean port to Christiania and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ore--Rates steady. India remains quict. Fixturos-Matthew Bedlington steamer, 2,800 toils, 20th to 30tlh April, Azoff, 11s; any. 1ls 3d, I-anibarg; Kilmorack steamer, 2,850 tons, proinpt, larianople to Iia:ntlirrg, 11s 3d; Twilight steamer, 2,650 tonls, prompt, Danube to Antwerp or Rotterdani, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    do not transpire. River Plate and India quiet. Ore unchanged. Fixtures-Gwendoline steamer, 11,000 quarters, prompt, Danube, 12s 3d, n.c,. barley; Kilmorack steamer. 13,000 quarters, A7off, 12s, n.c.; Alloedine steamer, 3,300 tons. prompt,Danube to Antwerp or Rotterdam. 12s 3d; Glasgow steamer, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    oats are more backward, but some fine fields in the neighbourhood of Forces have been reaped, and a field in Kilmorack has also been cut in good condition. In the Highland district of Kintail, harvest is earlier than about Inverness; Subscribers-only content

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