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  • * British History Online * *

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    Acts, 1759

    to the committee to have particular regard to such parishes as South Uist, Small Isles, Glencoe, Harris, the countries of Moidart, Glengarry, and Lochaber, and the other parishes of the Synods of Glenelg and Argyle.) XI. Sess. ult., June 4,

    Acts, 1782

    so doing, that they have particular regard to such parishes in South Uist, Small Isles, Glencoe, Harris, the countries of Moidart, Glengarry, and Lochaber, and the other parishes of the Synods of Glenelg and Argyle, which the committee shall find,

    General Index, M, 01 January 1682-31 December 1682

    in the Canongate, warrant for appointing him Serjeant of his Majestry's pastry in Scotland Mohun , Captain Moidart (Moydart). See McDonald, Donald, of Moidart. Mole , Thomas, rector of Stratton, Gloucs., deposition of Molyneux (Molineux), Caryll, third Viscount Molyneux, his Subscribers-only content

    Index, M, 01 April 1563-30 November 1569

    320. Mowe , John, Laird of: prisoner at Langsyd e (13th May), 405; Douglas of Bonjedward to (13th), 406. Mudyard (Moidart) of the Isles: disagrees with Argyll's "Irishmen" (8th July), 453. Mulcaster , Robert: councillor, Carlisle, 633. Mure , Alexander: Subscribers-only content

    Acts, 1842

    so doing, that they have particular regard to such parishes in South Uist, Small Isles, Glencoe, Harris, the countries of Moidart, Glengarry, and Lochaber, and the other parishes of the Synods of Glenelg and Argyle, which the committee shall find,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the remark, which sounds tery like a sneer, on the Free- IKirk schooner "s stealing along the coast " of Moidart and Borrodale (p. 34). That humble vessel probably carried no small portion of the same kind of religious enthusiasm Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Alexander"-" Mac Mhaigster Alastair." Mhaigster Alastair was a strong-bodied Episcopalian clergyman who had charge of the parishes of Ardnamurchan and Moidart at the end of the seventeenth and beginning of the eighteenth centuries. He walked his rounds, and when his Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    extreme weakness. ndfThe gentleman sueceeolad in marching the family to the landing place and getting them on board the steamer Moidart, where they are at this moment gradually has recovering* thanks to the kindness of all concerned. hesI At ERamleb, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    arrived with her fore compartment full of water, having, after colliaisn, sunk the trawler Despatch, drowning one men. The steamer Moidart, from Glasgow, has gone ashore on Foulness shoal Yesterday afternioon, at Iambeth Police Court, London, ' I einient aud Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    " The Queen asks me to thank her old soldiers for their kind and loyal wishes." The celebrated deer-forest of Moidart, in Inverness- 'hzire, which letsat £3,500. a year, will shortly be in the snarker, as Mr. John Baird (who Subscribers-only content

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