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  • * British History Online *

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    Acts, 1707

    for ordinary at Kirkwall, and to be called the Presbytery of Kirkwall; and the ministers of the North Isles, namely, Rousay, Egilshay, Westra, and Papa, North Ronaldshay, Sanday, Eday, and Stronsay, and Shapinshay, with a ruling elder for each minister

    Acts, 1725

    be called the Presbytery of Cairston, and to meet at Cairston. Also, they appoint the ministers of the parishes of Rousay and Egilshay, Westray, and Papa Westray, Cross-parish, Burness and North Ronaldshay, Lady-parish, Stronsay and Eday, and Shapinshay, with their

    Acts, 1752

    Earl of Morton, ruling elder. From the Presbytery of North Isles, Mr Andrew Cowan at Westray, Mr Matthew Cleghorn at Rousay, ministers; Jerome Dennison of Noutland, ruling elder. From the Presbytery of Zetland, Mr John Barclay at Delting, Mr Thomas

    Acts, 1842

    Stromness, ministers; Robert Omond, Esq., physician in Edinburgh, ruling elder. From the Presbytery of North Isles, Mr George Ritchie at Rousay and Egilshay, Mr James Brotchie at Westray and Papa Westray, ministers; Charles Cowan, Esq., of Valleyfield, ruling elder. From

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    do not seem to be well stocked with grouse this season, and siipe and moor fowl are unlaccountably scarce. In Rousay, oet the other hand, the stock of this seRsont far exceeds that of psrevioos years, and trhe birds are Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    t Soath lhosls, bait afterwards fleated, amnd roceded on ilher . voyage to II artlepool. re A hoat belougitig to Rousay, North Isles of Orkney, WIas re lost on Tuesday while makiog passigo from the island to is evie, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to be a dismasted brig laden with wood, but was unable to render any assist- ance. A later message from Rousay states that the lights of the brig were seen at that place at two o'clock yesterday morning. The crew Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the husband on his at return home in the evening. in There is at present living in the island of' Rousay a oman of the name of George lReid, a native of Westray, whs age amounts to 107 years. Ile Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lank : honey)-order and savinigs-hankofcs llh opened at Bridge of Weir, Johnstoue, ienfrew; Hig ; dlantyre, Glasgow New Deerm Aberdeen; Rousay, IMrkw;all; WindygatesfR. 5.0O, Fdi. Ireland: Mohey- order and 9svings-hank offices wiil be opeuied at Alrd agh, Limerick; Millfor, Armagh; Subscribers-only content

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