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  • * British History Online * *

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    June 1654, An Ordinance for Distribution of the Elections in Scotland., 27 June 1654-27 June 1654

    at Sterling; For the Boroughs of S t . Andrews, Dycart, Kirkaldy, Cooper, Anstrucher-Easter, Pittenweamb, Creel, Dumferling, Kinghorn, Anstrucher-Wester, Innerkething, Kilrenny, and Brunt-Island, one, and the place of meeting for the Election of such person shall be at Cooper, in

    Index of names and places, K

    ii. 1101. assessment of, ii. 1243, 1362. parliamentary representation of, ii. 932. rebels' lands in, ii. 820. Kildremy . See Kilrenny. Kilespie . See Gillesbie. Kilhead , Dumfriesshire, ii. 1148, 1388. Kilhenery [? Kilhendre-in-Dudleston ] , co. Salop, ii. 119,

    House of Lords Journal Volume 64, 12 July 1832, 12 July 1832-12 July 1832

    (being the March between the Lands of Rennyhill and the Barony of Anstruther ) leaves the Turnpike Road, to Upper Kilrenny; thence in a straight Line to the Point at which the Cellardyke Burn enters") "Pr. 102. L. 33. In

    General Index, H, I, J, K, 01 March 1654-31 December 1654

    , Earl and Countess of, see Fitzgerald. lands in Kilkenny , Ireland Killigrew , Sir Peter, case of Sir Wm. Kilrenny , Scotland Kincardine , Scotland Kinderton , co. Chester King , the, see also Charles II. the late, see Subscribers-only content

    Index, J, K, 01 January 1708-31 December 1708

    Post Office, Postmaster of, 182; runners between Irvine and, 182. Kilpatrick , James, appointment as boatman at Leith declined, 327. Kilrenny , co. Fif e, borough of, 68. Kilsmuir , feuar of, 60. Kilwining , co. Ayr, lordship of, 60.

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    20 January 1768, 20 January 1768

    Judgment. The Houfe being informed, " That David Fowler, and others, Refpondents to the Appeal of'William Brown, Land Labourer of Kilrenny, had not put in their Anfwer to the faid Appeal, though duly 9 Upon reading the Petition of the Subscribers-only content

    29 January 1768, 29 January 1768

    the faid Appeal, peremptorily, in a Week. Upon reading the Petition of William Brown, Land Brown a a!nft Labourer of Kilrenny, Appellant in a Caufe depend- Fowler,' Peti- ing in this Houfe, wherein David Fowler, and others, ^ ^ are Subscribers-only content

    8 February 1768, 8 February 1768

    This Day being appointed for hearing One Counfel Brown upon the Petition and Appeal of William Br'civn" Land Labourer of Kilrenny, complaining of an In¬ terlocutor of the Court of Seffion in Scotland of the 14th of February 1767 ; Subscribers-only content

    8 May 1801, 8 May 1801

    I I I I 93 Brought over Fifefhire : Cupar - - St. Andrews Anftruther E. and W. Pittenweem Craill Kilrenny Dyfart Kirkaldy Bruntifland Kinghorn Inverkeithing Dumferline Forfarfhire: Arbroath Montrofe Brechin Dundee Forfar Haddingtonfhire, or Eaft Lothian : Haddington North Subscribers-only content

    28 April 1824, 28 April 1824

    without " any Amendment." ^'shBoun- Upon reading the Petition of the Fishcurers and £«» Petition Inhabitants of the Burgh of Kilrenny, Fifeshire, whose Names are thereunto subscribed; setting forth, " That " the Petitioners have heard with much Concern that Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    These clergy- men were all ordained in 1815, and are-Rev. Alexander Lawson, Criech, Presbytery of Cupar; Rev. George Dick- son, Kilrenny, Presbytery of St., Andrewe; and Rev. Alexander Wood, Rosemarkie, Presbytery of Chanonry.- .Lundee Advcrtiser. DEATii OPi MR. SAMUEL BMFoRI).-The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    posed of. The O'DONOGHUE (Tralee), and Mr. HORSMAN (Liskeard) consented to postpone their motions. In reply to Sir JOHN GnAT (Kilrenny), Mr. GLADSTONE said that due notice should be given. THE GENEVA ARBITRATION. THE -WITHDRAWAL OF THE INDIRECT CLAIMS. Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Vihhini Lanigan, Mayor; Joseph Greene, RMl, Thomas Hart, J.P.; John Newport Greens, J.P-; Thos. Jones, J.P.; Daniel Cullen, J.P. "K Kilrenny, July 18, 1856." This is a very remarkable document. Will the intelligent reader examine its composition ? It is Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the 28th Reg., sond see of the latc Liout--Col. It. A. Alagenis, of the 27th Eulliscillon £Regimelont. Novemcaler 2:5, in Kilrenny, Lieut.-Col. Anthoey Pack. November 10, at Ard-geelis, Catherine wvife of Florenee M'Carthy, Esq., and first eousill to tile Liberator, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Arthur John James.. child of H. A Heweteon, Eag., aged nine months and four days. LAN-E-Feb. 6, at the Collegre, Kilrenny of effusion efthe brain, iEdward Ousley, sonl of the Rev. Dr. Lane, Naas, aged 21 years. 2l'WHFINN-Jan. 26, at Subscribers-only content

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