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  • * British History Online *

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    Acts, 1743

    proposed that the six parishes in Annandale be erected into a Presbytery, to meet at Annan; and that Cummertrees and Ruthwell, in the Presbytery of Lochmaben, (which at present consists of fifteen parishes) be added to them, of which the

    Index, Q, R

    (Rodenburg, Rodonburgensem), in Bremen, 343 (p. 130), 469. Rothe , Stephen, German Reformer, letter to, 112. Rothe. See Wrothe. Rothwell (Ruthwell), Northants, nuns of, 1238. Rouaud , Anne, madame de Bours, 465 7, 542 3. -, -, letters from, 465,

    Acts, 1722

    Moderator, Alexander Meikle at Langholm, David Balmain at Westerkirk, William Steel at Lochmaben, Thomas Goldie at Kirkpatrick-juxta, James Armstrong at Ruthwell, John Howie at Morton, Alexander Bain at Keir, James Guthrie at Irongray, John Campbell at Kirkbean, Patrick Cumming at

    Lists of Royal Commissioners, moderators and clerks

    Dr Gardiner was elected by a majority of 262 to 59.) 1838, Dr William Muir, Edinburgh 1839, Dr Henry Duncan, Ruthwell 1840, Dr Angus Makellar, Pencaitland. (He was opposed by Dr Alexander Hill, Dailly, but elected by a majority of

    Acts, 1834

    elder. From the Burgh of 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

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    Index, 10 December 1829

    &c. Dublin; Drumlane; Quarterland of Claughbeg; Donagh; Rathdowne; Great Rissington ; and Carlisle, 371. — Brough; Tnndergarth and St. Mungo; Ruthwell; Coleman Green Meeting, Herts; D. Nihill; H. Flynn ; Neilston ; Llandilofawr; Langathen and Llanfynydd ; Llangendeirne ; and Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LVI, A.D. 1801 - Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820

    435. Ross (New), 477. Rotherham, 467. Rowell, 404. Royston, 393. Ruardean, 487. Rudry, 447. Rugby, 500. Runeaton,5CO. Rutherglen, 447, 467. Ruthwell, 505. Rye, 487. Saddleworth, 447. Saffron Walden, 388. Salisbury, 447. Salop, 491. Salt- coats, 491. Sampford Peveril, 467. Sandford, Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    Roslin, 144. Ross- keen, 295. Rothesay, 406. Rothiemurchus, 271. Rousay, 315. Row, 329. 382. Roxburgh, 401. Rutherglen, 295. Ruthven, 150. Ruthwell, 136.—Saltcoats, 329. Sanquahar, 315. Sand- sting, 315. Sandwick in Orkney, 315. Sandwick in Zetland, 315. Salen, 241. Salton, 295. Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    Rod- borough, 240. Rolleston, 230. Romford, 230. Rotherham, 220. Roxburgh, 187. Rugby, 210. Runcorn, 166. Rushall, 230. Rushmere, &c, 166. Ruthwell, 187. Rye, 257.—Sabbath Pro- tection Society, Members of, 235. Salisbury, 109. Salton, 178. Sapcote, 132. Sansthorpe, 255. Scarborough, &c, Subscribers-only content

    26 July 1814, 26 July 1814

    and its vicinity; Wilhy- brook and its vicinity ; Ponsanooth and its vicinity ; Morn- castle and its vicinity ; Ruthwell; Skipton and its vicinity ; Dumfries and its vicinity; E.vmouth and its vicinity; Has'lbigden and its vicinity ; Henley Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lambeth, 1; Nordelph, 3; Stratford, West Ham, 1 fatal; Edinburgh, 11 fatal; Glasgow, 15, 5 fatal; Dumfries, 31, 14 fatal; Ruthwell, 4, 2 fatal; Cramond, 1; Cadder, 1; Rothesay, 1 fatal; Falkirk, 1; Prestonpans, 2 fatal; Kelso, 2 fatal; Larkhali, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    At the age of twenty-five he too was ordained a clergyman, and appointed to the charge of the parish of Ruthwell, a remote locality in the same county. When very young, it is said, he showed remarkable powers of mind; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the niiietlog warmly united In the cordial senti. mn nts that were expieEsed. Air. Glass has come to B.laton from Ruthwell, In Northamptonehlre. He passed h's student's days at Weston College, Plymouth. Mr. G ass is now in the prime Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Scotlch mUll classes), and Welsh: Henry Overman, Bran- don, Norfolk; Andrew Mitchell, The Walk House, Alloa, N.B. ; James Bruce, Ruthwell, Annac.-Sheop. Division 4. Leoiesters, Cotswold, Lincoln, Kentish, or Rlomney Marsh : Thomas Brown, Downham Alarieet, Norfolk; . R itfacekindes', Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    OF CgrTLII.--Bnce v. Broolee.- In this case, Mr, James Binee, cattle dealer, Ruthwell, Annan, sued Mr. John Brookes, merohant, King E1dward's Place, for £26.-Mr. Tmnderbill was for the plaintiff, and Mr. A. Young for the defendmit. In Jiauary last, de- Subscribers-only content

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