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  • * British History Online *

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    Acts, 1733

    together with Mr William Wilson, minister at Perth, Mr Alexander Moncrieff, minister at Abernethy, and Mr James Fisher, minister at Kinclaven, gave in a paper at the Assembly's bar, subscribed by them, craving and protesting that the same might be

    Acts, 1738

    before them concerning Messrs Ebenezer Erskine at Stirling, William Wilson at Perth, Alexander Moncrieff at Abernethy, and James Fisher at Kinclaven, within the bounds of the Synod of Perth and Stirling; also concerning Messrs Ralph Erskine at Dunfermline, Thomas Mair

    Acts, 1739

    of the Assembly, against Messrs Ebenezer Erskine at Stirling, William Wilson at Perth, Alexander Moncrieff at Abernethy, James Fisher at Kinclaven, Ralph Erskine at Dunfermline, Thomas Mair at Orwell, Thomas Nairn at Abbotshall, and James Thomson at Burntisland, ministers; together

    Acts, 1740

    the seceding ministers, viz. Messrs Ebenezer Erskine at Stirling, William Wilson at Perth, Alexander Moncrieff at Abernethy, James Fisher at Kinclaven, Ralph Erskine at Dunfermline, Thomas Mair at Orwell, Thomas Nairn at Abbotshall, and James Thomason at Burntisland; and having

    House of Lords Journal Volume 63, 18 April 1831, 18 April 1831-18 April 1831

    of Perth and its Vicinity, whose Names are thereunto subscribed: Kinclaven: Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Minister, Elders and Male Members of the United Associate Congregation of Kinclaven , in the County of Perth, North Britain , whose

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    24 June 1814, 24 June 1814

    feveral Anfwer of Meffieurs David and Syme againft John Burns, late Manufacturers in Perth, and David Bums. Burns, Farmer at Kinclaven, to the Appeal of John Syme Efquire, Cafhier of the Union Bank at Perth, in Scotland, was this Day Subscribers-only content

    20 April 1826, 20 April 1826

    (Tarland & Logie Cold- stone :) Ellon & Logie Buchan: Crathrie, &c.: Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Clergymen, Kinclaven: Farmers, and other Inhabitants of the Parish of Kin¬ claven in the County of Perth, whose Names are there¬ Subscribers-only content

    Index, 31 May 1826

    Fyvie; 11. Inverness-shire; County of Sutherland ; and Monquhitter, 19th April, 207.—Tartland and Logie Coldstone; Ellon; jg. Crathie; Rayne; Forgue; Kinclaven; Foveran; Garioch ; Keithhall ; Methlie; Peterhead ; Clatt; Monymusk; and Kemnay; and of Parish of King Edward, 20th Subscribers-only content

    18 April 1831, 18 April 1831

    subscribed: Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Minister, Elders Kinckven: and Male Members of the United Associate Congregation of Kinclaven, in the County of Perth, North Britain, whose Names are thereunto subscribed : Also, Upon reading the Petition of Subscribers-only content

    Index, 20 October 1831

    Street Chapel, Reading; East Dereham; Over and Nether Worton; First Relief Congregation, Perth; Pitcairn; Logie Al¬ mond ; Lethendy; Perth; Kinclaven; Pitrodie; and North United Associate Congregation, Perth, 455. — Relief Con¬ gregation, Perth; Middle Church Parish, Perth; Craig- end Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dr. Simpson, of Kirknewton, as Moderator for the ensuing year. FMr. W. CooK, W.S., seconded the nomination. Mr. IIENDEISON, of Kinclaven, proposed tile election of Dr. Bell, of Linlithgow. Sir J. ELPH INGsTONic seconded tIle motion, A long discussion followed, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in the garrets of the house. Strange to say, the wooden service bridge over the Tay, at the point near Kinclaven, where a bidge is in process of being built to carry across the Midland Railway, has withstood the shock Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cloth merchant ; first div. on sub- sequent proofs of 2s. 3_d. any day ; Young, Leeds. SCOTCH SEQUESTRATIONS. Forbes, Kinclaven, Perthshire, farmer. Williamson, Aberdeen, cattle denier. Lorn, Ardrishaig, Argyleshire, fisherman. Williams, Edinburgh, milliner. From Tuesday's Gazette, May 15, 1849. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    auld quarry ; but I would like to get to the boat o' Kinclaven. Fu far am I frae the boat ?" " The boat o' Kinclaven, man ; 'od, man, ye're a quid Scots mile frae the boat." " Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    refuge in the garrets of the house. Strange to say, the wooden bridge over the Tay, at the point near Kinclaven, where a bridge is in process of being built to carry across the Midland Railway, has withstood the shock Subscribers-only content

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