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  • * British History Online *

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    Extracts from the Records, 1535

    George Burt, Alexander Young, Henry Cranstoun, Dauid Gillaspye, Robert Symsoun, James Litiljhonne, Thomas Myrraleis, James Wallace, masoun, Patrik Vrye, Jhonne Kyle, Andro Edzer, William Elphinstoun, William Raa, and James Vr, quhilkis personis aboue writtin gevis and grantis till Patrik Barroun

    Extracts from the Records, 1540

    William Symsoun curatour to Jhonne Wicht, maister Dauid Boithuell, Robert Adamsoun, Jhonne Rentoun, William Rynd, William Aikinheid, Henry Lyllie, Jhonne Kyle, George Heryott, Alane Mosman, Richert Young, Alexander Auchinlek, Jhonne Gibsoun, Stevin Bell, Archebald Harwye, foremale gevin to James Prestoun

    Acts and Proceedings, 1560, December

    Mylne, for Lynlithgow. Hew Wallace of Carnall, Johne Fullerton of Dreghorne and Charles Campbell of Skeldoun, for the kirks of Kyle. George Hoome of Spott, for the kirks of East Lauthiane. David Lindesay minister, Andrew Lamb and Patrick Boyman, for

    Acts and Proceedings, 1565, June

    wher of befor the kirk of [Commonnell, C. ] in Carrick was assignit for payment of the ministers stipends in Kyle and Carrick, is now givin be her Hienes to the ȝ ong Laird of Skeldoun; and in lykemaner the

    Acts and Proceedings, 1595, June

    befor them the said brethren that hes dilapidat thair benefices within the bounds of Strivelingshyre, Stratherne, Cliddisdaill, Dumbartane, Ranfrew, Lennox, Kyle, Carrick, Cunighame, Galloway, Nithesdaill: And for the better executioun to be had of this commissioun, ordaines everie Presbitrie within

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    24 November 1802, 24 November 1802

    in Corridoin ; Alexander M'Rae Junior, Tenant there; Murdoch M'Rae, Tenant there; Murdoch M'Lennan, Tenant there; Donald Mathiefon, Tenant in Kyle; Roderick Mathiefon, Tenant there; John M'Kay, Tenant there; Donald Murchifon, Tenant there; John Mathiefon, Tenant there; Duncan Mathie¬ fon, Subscribers-only content

    28 February 1803, 28 February 1803

    Corridoin ; Alexander M'Rae Junior, Tenant there; Murdoch M'Rae, Tenant there; Murdoch M'Lennan, Tenant there ; Donald Mathiefon, Tenant in Kyle; Rode¬ rick Mathiefon, Tenant there; John M'Kay, Tenant there ; Donald Murchifon, Tenant there ; John Mathie¬ fon, Tenant Subscribers-only content

    4 July 1825, 4 July 1825

    Mournabbev Rostellan Gortroe and ") Desert - J Carrigrohanbeg Killatrilling Rahan Total Dolla Corbally Modcreeny Arderony Kilmore Lisbonny Kilnaneave Roscrea Kyle Ettagh Kilcoleman Kilfedane Kilmurry Killemur Killaloe Kinnetty Letter! una Roscomree Castletownarra Youghlarra Burgessbeg Kilruane Ferryglass Kilneboy Kilkeedy Inchicronane Dysert Subscribers-only content

    17 March 1829, 17 March 1829

    on the Table. Roscrea, &c: Upon reading the Petition of the Roman Catholic Inhabitants of the Parishes of Roscrea and Kyle, Ireland, whose Names are thereunto subscribed ; praying their Lordships " to admit the Roman Catholic Inhabitants of " Subscribers-only content

    23 March 1829, 23 March 1829

    the Queen's County, whose Names are thereunto subscribed : Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Protestants Kyle: of the Parish of Kyle, Queen's County, whose Names are thereunto subscribed: Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Protestant Donamore: Inhabitants Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    victim's spoil. For lack a' thee I leave ihis rutrh.lov'sd shore, Never, perhaps, to greei old Scotlavd more. R-B fl, Kyle. The cusslon of keepipg Coprt-Fnols,-at leatl profes- slonally,-has lonig, sisn<e beets diseowifnued. FRLULE re- cords aj. gt of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Esq., of Lansdowne terrace, Cheltebame, and late Deputy Secretary-at-War. On the 17th inst., at All Souls, Henry Robert Harvey, of Kyle, in the county- of Weiford, Esq. (nephew of the late Lord Drandon), to Eugenia Fanny, only child of Simnon Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Co., on or before the 24th day of May instant; or to the Commnercial Banking, Company, Livercool; Messrs Daintry, Kyle, and Co., Manchester; the firmincham and Midland Bank, Birninghams; lesses Swran, Clough, and Co., rk; Messrs Sanders, Sons and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to be Quartermaster, vice Fairgrieve, deceased. 28th Foot-Lient. H. D'A. Kyle, to be Capt. by purclhase, vice Moore, who retires; Ensign W. G. Cormick, to be Lieut. by purchase, vice Kyle; H. M. Owen, gent. to be Ensign, by purchase, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    vice E. Hoss, who exchanges, receiving the difference. '28th Foot-Capt. G. Minter, from the 45th Foot, to be Capt vite Kyle, wha exclisnges. 3Ml Foot-Capt. C. R. Sihuckburgh, from the Ist West India Regiment, to be Capt. vice S. Lowe, Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Speech ... at the election of the University of Dublin, ... 1841., 1841

    s, Liverpool Conroy, John, clerk, Stiabane Cooke, J R 72, Blesbint^ton-sticet Cooper , Joseph, ex scholar, Downpatricit Coopei, Robeit, cleik, Kyle , Wexford Corbett, John, New Hoss Coibett, John, cleik, New Ross Cosby , William clerk, Kilternagh Cottei.J L Butte Subscribers-only content

    The siege of London., 1885

    landshire coast without being detected ; and by means of specially-constructed rafts they succeeded in landing 10,000 men in the Kyle of Scow , where they immediately intrenched themselves to wait for reinforcements. The news of the successful carrying out Subscribers-only content

    The siege of London., 1885

    was befooled into a sense of security, and the fatal optimism of pot-house politicians was allowed to prevail. The invading force, having secured a footing, encamped on the beach of the Kyle of Scow , with an effect ive trench Subscribers-only content

    Ireland in 1887., 1887

    League Branches. [D ] ' 80 Kyle (Queen ' s County).- Sunday, February 20, 1887 . Mr.. Denis Kennedy , P.L.G., in the Chair:- The following Resolutions were unanimously agreed to :- ' That we tender our most sincere thanks Subscribers-only content

    Ireland in 1887., 1887

    7. Knockagosliel, K 22, 23. Knockanure, E 1 ; M 8. Knocknarea, C 3 ; D 26 ; H 12. Kyle , D 30. Lisdoo nvarna, K 5. Lorrha, H 19. Lough Neagh, M 7. Lusnagh, G 14. Madabawn, K Subscribers-only content

 

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