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  • * British History Online *

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    Acts, 1743

    their committee for bills, the petition of the Presbytery of Middlebie, representing that the said Presbytery consists of eleven parishes, of which six are in Annandale, viz., Annan, Hoddam, Dornock, Middlebie, Kirkpatrick, and Graitney; the other five are in Eskdale,

    Acts, 1700

    Ministers and Elders for visiting the Presbytery of Middlebie. The General Assembly, having heard the report of the Committee for Overtures, anent the grievances represented by the commissioners from the Presbytery of Middlebie, judged, that in regard the grievances of

    Acts, 1695-6

    3. That the Presbytery of Dumfries, because of the particular circumstances they are in, have the Presbyteries of Penpont and Middlebie to help them, and that two fit persons be named out of these Presbyteries, and not above one out

    General index, L-Z

    Teviotdale , sermon preached by Mr Gabriel Wilson of Maxton before the Synod of, 565 Middlebie , Commission for visiting the Presnbytery of, 299 Middlebie , Act disjoining certain parishes of the Presbytery of, 671 Ministerial Communion , Act of

    General index, A-K

    Overtures anent a, 265 Commission for planting the North , and other affairs, 273 Commission for visiting the Presbytery of Middlebie , 299 Commission for visiting the North side of Tay , 232, 244 Commission for visiting the South side

    Acts and Proceedings, 1586, May

    Daltoun. Litle Daltoun. Muswald. Ruthwall. Huttoun. Applegirth. Drysdaill. Sybbellie. Annand. Dronock. Castellmilk. Cummertries. [Hoddom. ] Luce. Pennersacks. Trailltrow. Eglishame. Mordeluie [Middlebie. ] Torrie. Kirkonnell. Caruthers. Tonargirth. Gratnay. Red Kirk, alias Kirk Pato [Patrick. ] Vachop. Cannabie. Mortoun. Vastracker. Staplegratoun. Neither

    Acts, 1740

    Andrew Ker of Kippilaw, and from the burgh of Selkirk, Gideon Schaw of Lauriston, ruling elders. From the Presbytery of Middlebie, Mr Robert Malcolm at Ewes, Mr James Garth at Graitney, ministers; Mr Robert Scot of Burnhead, ruling elder. From

    Acts, 1834

    Selkirk, John Anderson, Esq., of Hathornbank. From the Presbytery of Annan, Dr Henry Duncan at Ruthwell, Mr Richard Nivison at Middlebie, ministers; William Grierson of Garroch, Esq., W.S., ruling elder. F rom the Presbytery of Langholm, Mr William Berry Shaw

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