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  • * British History Online * *

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    Acts, 1841

    the several Presbyteries within whose bounds are situated the following parishes, viz.: Huntly, Keith, Glass, Mortlach, Rhynie, Cairnie, Botriphnie, and Marnoch, in the Presbytery of Strathbogie; Auchterarder, in the Presbytery of Auchterarder; Lethendy and Kinloch, in the Presbytery of Dunkeld;

    General Index, M, 01 October 1672-28 February 1673

    Marks , Essex, letter dated from Marlborough , house of the Duke of Somerset at pass to letters opened at Marnoch , kirk of, warrant for presentation to Marque , letters of, form of bond to be given by grantees Subscribers-only content

    Acts, 1722

    Fergus, James Leslie at Crimond, Alexander Auchinleck at Fraserburgh, William Forbes at Tarves, James Burnet at Ellon, Alexander Chalmers at Marnoch, John Gilchrist at Keith, James Stevenson at Rothiemay, James Thomson at Elgin, Charles Primrose there, Francis Grant at Duthill,

    Acts, 1842

    right of patronage no stipend no manse or glebe, and no place of worship, or any patrimonial right connected therewith. Marnoch Case . By issuing a decree requiring and ordaining a Church Court to take on trial and admit to

    Charles II, July 1680, 01 July 1680-31 July 1680

    of Dalgety in the diocese of Dunkeld in favour of John Lumsdean, student in divinity, and to the kirk of Marnoch in the diocese of Moray in favour of Hugh Chalmer, student in divinity. [ Docquets. S.P. Scotland, Warrant Book Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    trial for perjury, in swearing, at the late election for Bridgemaster, that he was a liveryman of London. The famous Marnoch case is at last settled. Mr Ed. wards was ordained and inducted on Thursday, amidst considerable symptoms of popular Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    State really lies deeper. The strife over the appoint- ment of unpopular ministers in the parishes of Auebter- ader and Marnoch brought to light certain unsuspected claims of the Civil Courts to exercise jurisdiction over the Church, even in matters Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    have a little rudely snubbed the Old Kirk. The doctrines contained in the judgment of the Law Lords in the Marnoch case, and revealed again in the Macmillan case, have never been withdrawn; and this forms an insuperable obstacle to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    laid at £.500., ha-s been brought in the Court of Bession, Edithenrgh, by Miss Reidford, daughter of a farmer in Marnoch, Balsffshire, agalinst a farmer naumed James Robertson. The piursuer, woa is now thirty- six years of age, made the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Aber- ir deen, the Veto Act came under discussion on the motion W that a presentee to the parish of Marnoch be taken on I trials. This motion was supported in accordance with the .decisions of the Court of Session Subscribers-only content

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