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  • * British History Online *

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    History Review exam. Examination in the High Court of Admiralty Firth and Rait Acts and Ordinances of the Interregnum , ed. C. H. Firth and R. S. Rait, 3 vols. (1911) H.C.A. P.R.O., High Court of Admiralty M.C., Inq. Museo

    Acts and Proceedings, 1563, December

    to the kirk. Tuiching the question proponit be the Superintendent of Fyfe, anent Alexander Jarden, minister of Kilspindie, Inchesture, and Rait, wha had committed fornication with a virgine, and therafter had maried her, and satisfiet the kirk, whither he sould


    father Familiae Minorum Gentium Hunter's Familiae Minorum Gentium , Harleian Society Pub, vols 37-40 (1884-96) Firth and Rait Charles Firth and R Rait, Acts and Ordinances of the Interregnum FISH Fishmongers' Company FLETCH Fletchers' Company FOUND Founders' Company fr free

    Acts and Proceedings, 1578, June

    Dun, William Christeson, The High of Marr and Garioch, Angus and Mernes, except Kynmonth, Scone, Kynsawnes, Cambus-Michael, Kilspindie, Errol and Rait. James Anderson, Mr John Row: The bounds of Dunkeld, with the Kirks of Sanct Andrews within Strathern, except the

    Acts and Proceedings, 1564, June

    Makcal ȝ eane, David Borthwick, and Richard Strong, Advocates. C. ] Becaus Mr Alexander Jarden minister of Inchstuire, Kilspindie and Rait, was in the last Assemblie suspendit from all functioun of office within the Kirk, for causes conteinit in the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CYMDEITHAS DDIRWESTOL AC ATALIOL WYNED. CYNHElIR: CYMANFA FLYNYDDOL Y QUDZrITZ18 UCHOD YX Panrhyndeufdaeth, dyddiau Llin a Nawrtlh, Kedi 28aill a 29ain, 1874. a LLYWYDD-Y PARCH X. TH(OMAS (AP VYCHAN), Bala. 7,eps b' ad: - DYDn LLUN' 28sin.-Am Dian o'r Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (said Sand), that a depuqyffom rle Muses of Erlangen is came to visit him." M. de Koizebue begged him to Rait, and gave orders to serve himr with cofree, &c.; and sent him a pipe filled with Virginia tobacco. Kotzebue, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and menou!erned gav }ate- anti. greit .'hisnt-wfetasoe, jit apaantol and Lih;utonnt nl speak: in hig termbus- of* thens1tre t he reeie from 21eg~trs.3 Rait bies an ;Pat' Jeer a~uak-.stoni 3smtese.of-lme,2ae, 'h L .. m cd0 op ets arispn &c,-., Tinosrasl{AI Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    V'ise'ouni Les, ishain, now Earl Tot rt -tl5 Fridaly week, tile Dowager I..dy Blizabeth A leyre Sit Edward Astle; &, Rait ofleltnanstablet i j----olkh On the 2d ilst. ar t)P~ring, in the 79 yS( o; ' er'ige, Lade oCS ~f Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    l. The * (i the ignorance, thef imnpuldence, the . siinpflci;i the lininig. thelinrg, tibe good natuib, thiem-absltrdhtj, and ise Rait of the coimenD ch--acter o3f tlie Irish, -were de- icted with equal fidellity and inaivetb by this very lively Subscribers-only content


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