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  • * British History Online *

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    Acts, 1694

    language in congregations within the Lowlands: Therefore, the General Assembly doth hereby seriously recommend to all Presbyteries, that they fix no such preachers or intrants as have the Irish language in any congregations within the Lowlands of Scotland, without the

    Acts, 1706

    at Presbyteries how they have obeyed this recommendation . The General Assembly recommends it to the respective Presbyteries in the Lowlands who are appointed to contribute for bursaries, to be bestowed on Students having the Irish language, that they pay

    Affairs of the East India Company, Minutes of evidence: 02 April 1830

    Land? To the Proprietor of the Mountains and Places where it is found, which are equally private Property as the Lowlands. Are there any Establishments formed for the Purpose of seeking for it? None. The Persons employed are the Slaves

    Acts, 1716

    preachers having the Irish language, especially such as have been educated upon the Highland bursaries, or the transporting to the Lowlands ministers planted in the Highlands without a particular allowance of the General Assembly. IX. May 16, 1716. Act empowering

    Acts, 1726

    Irish language, and concerning the transporting of ministers from the Highlands to the Lowlands; and further appoint and ordain, that no transportation from the Highlands to the Lowlands, nor from one part of the Highlands to another, be granted, nor

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    26 June 1798, 26 June 1798

    Stein, John Philp, Richard Philp, and Alexander Fairly, on behalf of them¬ felves, and the other licenfed Diftillers in the Lowlands of Scotland; taking Notice of the laft-mentioned Bill; and feverally praying Their Lordfhlps, " To allow the " Petitioners Subscribers-only content

    27 June 1798, 27 June 1798

    Diftillers in the Lowlands of Scotland: And alfo, The Petition of John Bald, John Primrofe, Robert Stein, John Stein, John Philp, Richard Philp, and Alexander Fairly, on behalf of themfelves, and the other Licenced Diftillers in the Lowlands of Scotland, Subscribers-only content

    3 March 1808, 3 March 1808

    Spirits " made in Scotland, as relates to delivering up the Li- ** cences granted for diftilling Spirit's in the Lowlands of n Scotland; and for better preventing private Diftilla- " tion ;" to which they defire the Concurrence of Subscribers-only content

    4 March 1808, 4 March 1808

    Spirits made in Scotland, as relates to deliver- " ing up the Licences granted for diftilling Spirits in the " Lowlands of Scotland, and for better preventing pri- ** vate Diftiilation." Ordered, That the faid Bill be committed to a Subscribers-only content

    7 March 1808, 7 March 1808

    Spirits made in Scotland, •* as relates to the delivering up the Licences granted " for diftilling Spirits in the Lowlands of Scotland, and " for better preventing private Diftillation." After fome Time, the Houfe was refumed : And the Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn y Gymdeithasfa ddiweddaf, a chafJ yd fod hyny. wedi cael ei wneyd. Yna cyflwynwjd diolchgarwoh i'r Cadeirydd, Mr. IRobert Lowlands, Porthmadog, a sylwyd mai yn Ianaml yr aethpwyd drwy fwv o fusnes mewn amser i nmor fyr' b CYlEISTEDDl'OD Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Williams, a -D. Jones, Llanbedr, a Mrn. T. F. PRoberts, John Price, T. G. Lunt, Roger Evans, Thos. Lewis, R. Lowlands, John Joues, Llanfyllin; E, Peters, Caer; E. Vaughan, Thos. Rowlands, a'r Ysgtifenjdd; Mr. Lunt yn llywyddu. Yn y cyfar- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    h911 ardaloedd. Beirn- iadaeth Mr, Jones ar yr atebion i'r holiadan ar I Adgyfodiad ac Eegyniad Crist;' gorea, Owen W. Lowlands, Capel Ccoh ; ail, David H. Hughes, Dinorwic. B1irniadaeth Eryr Eryri ar gynganeddu alaw; goreu,; Owen 0. Jones, Fachwen. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    William Jones, y gweini. dog. Deobreuwyd drwy i'r Parch. J. Williamas, Ban- gor, ddarllen rhanau oWr Ysgrytbyr, a'r P~rch. Daniel Lowlands, . A,, Bangor, weddioa Yaa cafwyd ane erchiad byr gan y llywgdd. Dywedal-Yr ydymn wedi aei galr ynghyd yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WORK. . (Sequel to his "Change of Air.") Price 7s. 6d. THE I1JECESS; or, Autumnal Relaxation in the. Highlands :Id Lowlands being the Home Circuit versus Foreign Travel a Tour of Health and Pleasure to the Hebrides. London: Longman and Subscribers-only content

 

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