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    severs1 feet, being hslihtly in jured by the fall. At last, in an extremely helpless hanl faint condition, she reached Maryton Farm, whore every attention was kindly paid the poor girl, -Montrose It is stated that Mr. Western Wood, DfP. Subscribers-only content

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    leitoi-cc;eoor roii;'-Eeiri-Cxj it'rle (on m- re11ah -'I'rteri, SThrtlen. 'or (t f Mifura.,litiroda116kyI.-'Anertclh-CIII' 101,ftets Ant wet-p T Hol-epan o, E Bye; Maryton Blig eret, Notr.w odoinaimJetl , -'h Int Ifelt DealtaIs. AGetal tire I C1r1ttl-viai 11 Ot'sno, Dlov, I-mota rw''. oe' Subscribers-only content

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    07CRCt $'r0CxTcrN.--The Queen has been thi pleased to present tLe Rev. Wim. Fraser to the an clhurch and parish of Maryton, in the Presbytery by of Brechin, and Comiiity of Forfar, vacant by the death of the Rev. WYin. Reid.-Giz-tUe. Subscribers-only content

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    is the last of four generations in the ministry. His father was ordained in 1793, and died in 1843 at Maryton, near Monfrose. I-is grandfather was minister of Farnell, 1751-1';95, where his greit-grauffather was also miniscer 1711- 17 51. Sr'. Subscribers-only content

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    Triss, the presbytery of Forfar, the kirk sessions of Anchterarder, Gask, Kineardine of - Monteith, St. Martin and Cambres Michael, Maryton, Kil- l. spiedie and Rait, Cowrie, Newerwick, Drew, Kineettles, a, North Church, Aberdeen, Dysart, Strichen, Paubride, d Abdie, Fingan, Subscribers-only content

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    Acts, 1752

    Maul of Inverkeillor, one of the Barons of Exchequer, ruling elder. From the Presbytery of Brechin, Mr James Beattie at Maryton, Mr George Wilson at Kinnaird, Mr David Ferguson at Farnwell, ministers; James Bisset, merchant in Montrose, ruling elder. From

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