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  • * British History Online *

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    Acts, 1742

    over, with the opinion of the committee for bills thereupon, did, and hereby do, according thereto, disjoin the parishes of Lochs, Stornoway, Barvas, and Uig, from the Presbytery of Long-Island, and do erect these four parishes into a Presbytery, to

    Acts, 1827

    the returns from the Presbytery of Lewis, as to the actual erection of a parochial school-house in the parish of Lochs. 7. That the returns of this year continue to furnish the most satisfactory evidence of the great advantages resulting

    Acts, 1828

    the kingdom. 5. That your committee think it their duty to observe, that, in the remote and desolate parish of Lochs, in the Presbytery of Lewis, the report bears, that still there is no parish school erected, a circumstance which

    Acts, 1825

    qualify, and may be so reported. Also, that no parish school appears to have been established in the parish of Lochs and Presbytery of Lewis, and that an explanation of the reason of this ought to be required, and measures

    Acts, 1726

    Inverary, Mr James Gilchrist at Kilmalie, Mr James Smith at Gairloch, Mr Daniel M'Aulay at Bracadale, Mr Colin Mackenzie at Lochs, Mr William Gusthart at Edinburgh, Mr James Smith at Cramond, Mr John Mathison at Edinburgh, Mr James Bannatyne there,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    goed. Llawer o son sydd am lynoedd Gogledd Lloegr, sef y Winder- mere Lakes, a llynoedd yeblenydd yr Iwerddon, a'r Lochs yn Scotland; ond yn Sweden y mae amrywiaeth llynoedd. Yn wir, gwlad y llynoedd y dylasai gal ei galw,',mae Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    carried away, a third is greatly damaged, and two wooden brid~cs en the farmn of Balmoseaan ace swept tutuo the Lochs. A reat quanbride of the read has al'o been destroyed. The whole glen of tJrquhai t was one sheet Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF LORDS. Their lordships met on Monday, when petitions were presented against the probate clause of the ecclesiastical courts consolidation bill.-One was received from Bradford, praying an alteration of the factories regulation bill; and two from Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lines, which are usually set at a distance of three or four miles from the shore, they were driven to Lochs, the name of the land which lies to the leeward. In one of them, the individuals on board, seeing Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Grey Mare's Tail, Loch Skene, St Mary's Loch, &c. &c. and Hints to Anglers in the Rivers, Streams, and Lochs in the Neighbourhood. OIII EDINBURGH and ENVIRONS, inclading Roslin and Hawthornden, Habbie's HIowe, Hopetoun House, &c. &c. IV. E Subscribers-only content


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