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  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, A, 01 March 1678-31 December 1678

    have a care of See also Dendermond. Appleby , Gregory, informations of Arbigland , lands of, in the parochine of Kirkbean and Stewardry of Kirkcudbright, warrant for a charter of Archangel , ships departing for Archer , Henry, warrant for Subscribers-only content

    Acts, 1722

    Kirkpatrick-juxta, James Armstrong at Ruthwell, John Howie at Morton, Alexander Bain at Keir, James Guthrie at Irongray, John Campbell at Kirkbean, Patrick Cumming at Kirkmahoe, William Boyd at Dalry, John Reid at Carsphairn, Robert Donaldson at Balmaclellan, Robert Seton at

    Acts, 1752

    Justice. From the Presbytery of Dumfries, Mr Andrew Beveridge at Carlaverock, Mr John Ewart at Troqueer, Mr James Hog at Kirkbean, ministers; the Right Honourable Charles Erskine of Tinwald, Lord Justice-Clerk. Burgh of Dumfries, James Gilchrist, merchant there. From the

    General Index, H, I, J, K, 01 March 1678-31 December 1678

    chased into Kirby , Rowland, brother-in-law of. See Dawson. Joseph. Kirk , Sir John, foreman of Oates' jury, statement concerning Kirkbean , parochine of. See Arbigland. Kirkby , Col. Richard Richard, letter of Mr., paper showed to Kirkcudbright , the Subscribers-only content

    Charles II, October 1678, 01 October 1678-31 October 1678

    charter to William Craik, Provost of Dumfries, his heirs and assigns, of the lands of Arbigland in the parochine of Kirkbean and Stewardry of Kirkcudbright on the resignation of Robert, Earl of Southesk, with a change of the holding from Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    turn, amassed some property, and was distinguished among the polite and learned. He was a native of the parish of Kirkbean, on the Solway Firth, and was fifty years old when he died. hr Joshua Hobson, of Deighton, near Huddersfield, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and started up in alarm. The shock was felt at some distance from this town, as at New Abbey and Kirkbean. It appears to have proceeded from south to north, as it was felt at the same hour as here Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    about twelve miles from Dumfries and one mile from the Solway. His graveand headstone can still be seen in the Kirkbean parish kirkyard. [From Me Sf.] Lord Robert Gnacoyne Cecil, who was married yesters day to Lady Eleanor Lambton, is Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1st, Mrs T. ,W. L Rind: 2d J. Harris, Carmarthen: 3rd, J. Cranston, Nurnwood.; 4th, J. Cranstn ;5th, L. Pilkngtn, Kirkbean. L-Cooured pallet (single ooml): Jst, J. Cranston.; 2nd I- Padwick; 3rd, W. S. Pinsent, 2ewton Abbott; 4th, ,i. EarrisSiver-grey Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    coiipretifoirs in this 6%ses. Sir M . Tardifie ,6Lckeibie, vvine the first prize for, Galloway ste6s, and di-. L. Pilkriigton, Kirkbean, for beilers. The two classes of sbaggT Highl.anders are reprtsetied by eighteen ripeci- xn~fis, Ldrd Ca*dor Wirihifig the chie! Subscribers-only content

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