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  • * British History Online *

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    Extracts from the records, 1584

    comperit personalie Sir Barthilmo Sympsoun, maister of the hospitall of Glasgu, on the ane part, Sir Mark Jemisoun, weccar of Kilspindie, in name and behalfe of Sir Johnn Skeoche, Sir Archibald Dikkie, Thomas Diksoun, Malcolme Watsoun, William Gilchristoun, Johnn Dewar,

    Extracts from the Records, 1557, July-December

    18 September 1557 . Protestatioun of the craftis . The quhilk day, in presens of the prouest Archbald Dowglas of Kilspindie, James Carmichell dene of gild, of the counsale: James Barroun, Richard Carmichell, maister James Watsone, Robert Fleming, John Sym,

    Extracts from the Records, 1562, July-December

    and new councils, and assessors, ] being convenit in the tolbuth according to the auld ordour, comperit Archibald Dowglas of Kilspindie and produceit the Quenis Maiesteis writing, off the quhilk the tennour followis, and vpoun the productioun thairof askit instrumentis,

    Acts and Proceedings, 1563, December

    part of satisfactioun to the kirk. Tuiching the question proponit be the Superintendent of Fyfe, anent Alexander Jarden, minister of Kilspindie, Inchesture, and Rait, wha had committed fornication with a virgine, and therafter had maried her, and satisfiet the kirk,

    Extracts from the Records, 1565, July-December

    vse and consuetude euir obseruit in sic caussis. 23 August 1565 . Deprivatio, prepositi . The prouest, Archilbald Douglas of Kilspindie, [the bailies, council and deacons of crafts, ] beand convenit in the nether counsal hous of this burgh, comperi

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    strong Only Kilspindie of them all Had never done him wrong. "A boon! a boon!" Kilspindie cried; "Pardon that here am I: In France I have grown old and sad, In Scotland I would die." Kilspindie knelt, Kilspindie bent, His Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Presbyterianism, nor by the act of the General Assembly of 1707, anent innovations. After some remarks by Mr. W Wotherspoon, Kilspindie, in support of Dr, Crombie's views, AIr. Brown and Mr. Macgregor - withdrew their respective motions, and that of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    56 - Grand Total ..... 268 28 tIn Scotland Dundee .............. 13 - Fortrose .............. 3 - Itiverne~se............. - - Kilspindie, Errol .1........ - St. Andrewa ..1......... - Total .18..........-.i General Total-Metropolis ...... 230 30 England and Wales .. 168 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the West Church, who occupied the chair; the Key. T. D. Kirkwood, Dunbatney ; the Rev. W. L. Wotherspoon, of Kilspindie ; the Rev. Archibald Fleming, St Pauls, and others. BRECH.N. Free Presbytery.- A meeting of the Free Presbytery was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on the 2Sth instant, after a few hours- illness, Elizabeth Mitchell, widow of the late William Wilkie, merchant. At Kvelick. Kilspindie, on the 27th instant, William Thomas, aged 10 montha, son of Mr William Ritchie, fanner there. Friends will please Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    AUSTIN, Joseph (d.1735), of Kilspindie, Perth.

    (d.1735), of Kilspindie, Perth. Constituency Dates Perth Burghs 1708 1710 Ofifces Held Bailie, Perth 1704–6; burgess, Edinburgh 1708. Biography Austin was almost certainly a younger son of Thomas Austin, an English soldier in the Cromwellian army, who settled at Perth

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