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  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    12 February 1811, 12 February 1811

    of Lochalß, and " the Reverend Prefbytery of Lochcarron, may be re- " quired to anl'wer the faid Appeal:'* It is Ordered, That the faid Alexander Downie and the Reverend Prefbytery oi Lochcarron, may have a Copy of the faid Subscribers-only content

    22 February 1811, 22 February 1811

    Caufe depending in this Houfe, to which the Downie et & Reverend Alexander Downie and the Reverend Prefby- tery of Lochcarron are Refpondents; fetting forth, " That on the 12 th Day of February inftant the Petitioner " prefented his Subscribers-only content

    15 February 1815, 15 February 1815

    Ordered, That the Caufe wherein Hugh Innes is Appellant, and The Reverend Alexander Downie and The Reverend the Preibytery of Lochcarron are Refpondents, be heard by Counfel at the Bar on Friday next. Sir H. V. Tempeft et al. againft Subscribers-only content

    17 February 1815, 17 February 1815

    part in the Caufe wherein Hugh Innes Efquire is Appellant, and The Reverend Alexander Downie-and The Reverend the Prefbytery of Lochcarron are Refpondents : It is Ordered, That the further Hearing of the faid Caufe be put off to Monday Subscribers-only content

    17 February 1815, 17 February 1815

    the Anfwer of The Reverend Alexander Downie, Minifter of the Parifh of Lochal/h, and of The Reverend the Prefbytery of Lochcarron, put in to the faid Appeal; and due Con- fideration had of what was offered on either Side in Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Acts, 1724

    after named, from the Presbyteries and Synods they formerly belonged to, and do erect the parishes of Glenelg, Kintail, Lochalsh, Lochcarron, Gairloch, Lochbroom, and Assint, with the pertinents thereof, into a Presbytery, to be called the Presbytery of Gairloch, and

    Acts, 1811

    to hold their first ordinary meeting at Broadford, on the third Wednesday of July; and their next ordinary meeting at Lochcarron, and so in future years alternately, at the above mentioned places, upon the third Wednesday of July. VIII. Sess.

    Acts, 1833

    examined, viz.: Aberdeen, Ayr, Chirnside, Dornoch, Dumfries, Dumbarton, Dunbar, Dunblane, Dunfermline, Dunse, Edinburgh, Elgin, Haddington, Hamilton, Irivine, Kelso, Kirkcaldy, Lauder, Lochcarron, Lochmaben, Peebles, Perth, Stranraer, Strathbogie, Uist. And that in some of these returns, reasons are assigned for these being

    Acts, 1832

    parishes within their respective bounds, viz.: Abernethy, Auchterarder, Ayr, Bigger, Deer, Dunbar, Dungermiline, Dumfries, Elgin, Haddington, Jedburgh, Krkcudbright, Krikcaldy, Lerwick, Lochcarron, Lorn, North Isles, Peebles, Perth, St Andrews, Stranraer. 3. That only a few parishes are noticed in the returns

    Acts, 1834

    Nicolson at Barra, Mr Finlay Macrae at North Uist, ministers; John Bowie, Esq., W.S. ruling elder. From the Presbytery of Lochcarron, Dr Thomas Ross at Lochbroom, Mr Donald Macrae at Poolewe, ministers; Alexander Dunlop, Esq., Advocate, ruling elder. From the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the country districts have been rendered impassable. The streams have overflowed their banks and cut up the highways. At Lochcarron over one hundred yards of tbe public road has been washed away, and it was with dificulty that the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a bali in her life exespt three, tevo of ' which were at Lochcarron. He could not consent to this K censure when the Presbytery of Lochcarron sent a a dancing -elder year after year to the Assembly.-Prin- .cipal Rainy Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the country of the Macleod. At the same place herrings in any number were gathered on theobeach.' A family, at Lochcarron escaped from the rising tide over the top, of their hooses, and when the tide receded a horse and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the Land League, has gone to Glendale. On Monday an attempt was made to evict a crofter on the Lochcarron estate, but a large crowd assembled, and replaced the furniture which had been removed by the officers of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    there being no road to it, is accessible by land to p1sdes- trians only. On Friday week Mr. May, supervisor,. Lochcarron, and the Sbieldaig preventive staff, made a sudden aud unexpected raid on the suspected locality. -Haviag reached the ground Subscribers-only content

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