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  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, H, 01 October 1760-31 December 1765

    taken from an English ship at Hemmington , Lieut. Col., at Plymouth William, clerk, chaplaincy Henderson , David, minister of Leswalt, presentation translated to Wigtown Mr. James, minister of Dunnichen Henley , Lord, Baron of Grainge, Chancellor of Great Britain, Subscribers-only content

    Warrant Books, January 1708, 1-5, 01 January 1708-05 January 1708

    Tack duty of the Assize Herring of the East Seas 24 0 0 the feuar of Kenmucks 30 12 6 Leswalt & Money Bridge 100 Neither New Listown 26 13 4 Grangemuir 19 1 7 Cambuskeith 10 13 4 Hairhead

    General Index, L, 01 January 1699-31 March 1700

    French soldier L'Estang , de, major-general, and his family, yacht for Lestau , Arnold, lieutenant in Belasis's regiment desiring naturalization Leswalt , co. Wigtown, heretable bailly of, office of Letter Post Office . See Edinburgh. Letters of marque , reasons Subscribers-only content

    Acts and Proceedings, 1586, May

    Mayboill. [Killbryd. ] Kirkoswald. Kirkmichaell. Calmonell. Straitoun. Kirkcudbricht. [alias Innertig. ] Daylie. Girvane. Galloway . Schaschank. Glenluis. Inche. Salsyde. Kirkcolme. Leswalt. Staniekirk. Toscartoun. Kirkmadin in Rynds. Wigtoun. Quhittorne. Cruglingtoun. Kirkowan. Kirkmadin. Sorbie. Kirkinner. Mochrum. Penighame. Glassertoun. Kirkmaden in Farnes. Kirkudbricht.

    Acts, 1740

    Whithorn, Bailie Hugh Hathorn, ruling elders. From the Presbytery of Stranraer, Mr James Tweeddale at Glenluce, Mr Thomas Mutter at Leswalt, ministers; Mr Andrew M'Dowal of Kingseat, advocate, ruling elder. From the Presbytery of Ayr, Mr John Hunter at Ayr,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    infoetmrers Bannroit eid Sinmcox, Oveadmn, Halifax, irnfouondera SCOTCil BLSfKRUPTS. (.Frose Tueesday's EBdiebur)g Ggzotte.) Thosi Meoiissock, farmer, Meille Mlark Parish. of Leswalt, Wi %tmnehire John Clark and Co., oil merchants andxdrysalters, 8, Brown-street, Gl1sgov, Robert lrving Currie, deceased. commission arent, Glasgow Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A Pussil CrsuacLi- I. On Mlonday evening the rev. John Canning r Roman Catholic priest of Stranraer, lectured in the Leswalt Parish Church, his subject being 'The R Fickleness of Science " There was a large attend- t ance, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    practical difference between the'Free Church and the Established Church of Scotlaud. The Rev. F. J. B. Johnston, parish minister of Leswalt, has got himsclf into hot water by openlyinviting a Roman Catholicpriest to lecture in his church, contrary to the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE CHURCH OF RELAND. Tnu Grnus Sy.TOD.-His Grace the Ld Primate has fixed Thursday, the 2 of Apil, for the meeting of the General Synod of the Church of Ireland. THE PRESBYTERI.AN CHURCH. PRnsunnIAx OQPRMT Socxrv.Owing to the comminion Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    551 HoRsE A KILLxD. --At Stranraer, on Saturday afternoon, a the Rev. F. J. Boatesville John stone parish minister of Leswalt, was out riding on horseback, his hors4 taking fright, ran offrushed at a tremendoas speed down the hill at Subscribers-only content

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