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  • * British History Online *

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    Index, Additions and corrections

    Hume. Lundie , George, minister, insert Dalmeny. M. Mayboill , Presbytery of, add 648. Melrose , minister of, insert Knox. Merkinch , minister of, v . Watson. Murray , Charles, of Cockpale, read of Cockpule, 756. Musselburgh , insert Inveresk,

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    Mercer , Robert, minister of Banchorie, 332, 1086. Merchinstoun , Laird of, v . Naper. Merchistoun , Richard, minister, 1086. Merkinch , minister of, 222. Mernes , ( v . Angus,) kirks of, 4, 416; ministers in, 1086; presbytery in,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    or Strong, Kincardine (deceased)-J. Read, Cal- dercroix, near Airdrie, bleacher-T. Leslie and Co. Port DTndas, near Glasgow, stone merchants-1. M'Donald, Merkinch, Inter- ness, grocer. BIRTHS. The wife of Win. Faulkner, a farmer in the townland of Drung, parish of Movilie, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    One of the Ness Island bridges was ceurneaway adI are entertained for the Black Bridge, which cts"4 town writh the Merkinch district. The tnreraeecj k Bridge was also carred away on Friday afteroon 3 GALE AND FLOODS IN THE NO.Ta Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the support of his Gaelic countrymen. Macdonald was a surgeon as well as poet. His practice evas extensive on the Merkinch, particularly in curing the tooth -ache, for wbvich he repeated some words or used some spell, which generally sent Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    toasts drunk, and the meeting separatedafter spending a very pleasant evening. A CENTENARIAN-.-Thu torn'-so Cwr-icr reports the death, in the Merkinch, Lnverness, Iast Sweek,i of John Fraser, a native of the parish of Kirkhill, Nyho, according to tho Sub-Inspector oi Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a young woman, twenty-two years of age, and of the nam e of Catherine Stewart, living in Brown-street in the Merkinch, left home, and nobody knew where she had gone, until a day or two ago she was discovered in Subscribers-only content

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