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  • * British History Online * *

    66 results from this resource, ordered by relevance. View more View all

    Acts, 1840

    of last year.) XII. Sess. ult., June 1, 1840. Act appointing a Special Commission to co-operate with the Presbytery of Strathbogie in providing for the Preaching of the Gospel, and the Administration of the Ordinances of Religion, and the Exercise

    Elizabeth, October 1562, 01 October 1562-31 October 1562

    company took horse in this town on Friday last the 9 th "rathe" in the morning intending to be at Strathbogie by 12 o'clock, 24 miles off. An hour after, Lord John of Cowdingham follows with his 40, and not Subscribers-only content

    Cecil Papers, May 1589, 01 May 1589-31 May 1589

    Halhill, 3 May 1589. 1 p. 865. Thomas Fowler to Archibald Douglas. 1589, May 5. The King hath been at Strathbogie with his army, and we have brought the Earl Huntly prisoner through the country triumphantly. He was conveyed every

    Acts, 1841

    bounds are situated the following parishes, viz.: Huntly, Keith, Glass, Mortlach, Rhynie, Cairnie, Botriphnie, and Marnoch, in the Presbytery of Strathbogie; Auchterarder, in the Presbytery of Auchterarder; Lethendy and Kinloch, in the Presbytery of Dunkeld; Muckairn, in the Presbytery of

    Acts, 1700

    13, 1700, ante meridiem. Act Disjoining the Presbytery of Strathbogie from the Synod of Aberdeen, and Annexing the same to Moray. The General Assem bly agreed that the Presbytery of Strathbogie be disjoined from the united Presbyteries of Turriff, Alford,

  • * Victoria County History *

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    The parish and borough of Chingford CHINGFORD 1964

    by her first husband, died without issue before 1265. His estates passed to his sister Isabel, who married David de Strathbogie , Earl of Atholl . 77 In 1270 David and Isabel leased the manor and the church to the

    Collingbourne Kingston COLLINGBOURNE KINGSTON 1843

    her husband Richard Talbot held it in 1327 . 65 In 1332 it was reallotted to Joan's son David of Strathbogie , earl of Atholl (d. 1335), 66 who immediately sold it to Sir Edmund Cornwall (d. s.p . 1373)

    Index A-J

    , Bt., astronomer , see Evans astronomy , see observatory; transit clock Athelstan , King, Atholl , earl of, see Strathbogie Atwood, T. G. P. , vicar of Froxfield , Aubrey , John, auctions (of livestock) , Audley : Hugh

    Index K-Z

    of Sir Hugh ., Bt., earl and duke of Northumberland , see Seymour Eliz., w. of Sir Thos ., see Strathbogie (formerly Smithson), Sir Hugh , Bt., earl and duke of Northumberland , Sir Thos ., Peter son of Fulcher

    Index A - K

    , Step., 126 Aston , Jn. (fl. 1604), 214 Athelstan , son of Tofig, 155 Atholl , earls of, see Strathbogie Atteley , Hen., 297 Auber , Rob., curate of Nazeing , 147 Aucher the Huntsman , 121-2, 156-7, 159,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn y Gogledd. Codwyd esgynlawr dan graig ysgythrog, ac yr oedd wynebau y fiaradwyr at weddillioll hen gastell ardderch- og Strathbogie, "c yr oedd yr olygla wedi ei gorchuddio e choed. Yranrhydeddus laril Kintore oeda yn Ilyw. yddu. Ar yr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    where, on the Civil Courts having found the enforcement of the veto illeaal, and the majority of the Presbytery of Strathbogie having therefore resolved to disregard it, the Commission of the General Assembly had suspended the clergymen constituting that majority Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the General As- sembly had suspended from their clerical functions the seven ministers of the Presbytery of Strathbogie who had paid obedience to the Courts of Law, and had appointed a committee to get their functions otherwise fialfillcd. We said Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to be recommitted on Monday week. Ca URCne OF SCOTLAND.-The Earl of ABERDEEN? presented a petition from the presbytery of Strathbogie, complaining of their having been suspended from the the exercise of their ministerial functions for having obeyed a judgment Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Standard. STR1ATHBOGIE CASE.-COURT OF SEsseoN.-At the meeting of the First Division of the Court on Satur- day, the case of Strathbogie was called; and no appear- ance being made for other parties, the court unanimously passed the interdict as craved, Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    12 April 1771, 12 April 1771

    over the Cammount to Strathbogie; con¬ fifting of 2 Serjeants, 2 Corporals, and 28 private Men, at D" Rates - - - - Extraordinary Charges of Artificers, &c. 6JV. --------__- To a Party to work from Strathbogie to Keith and Subscribers-only content

    31 March 1772, 31 March 1772

    from Strathbogie to Keith and Fochabers, on Spey Side; to confift of 2 Serjeants, 2, Corporals, and 28 Men, at the above Rates - - Extraordinary Charges of Artificers and Carts, &c. -------- To a Party to work from Strathbogie Subscribers-only content

    12 February 1773, 12 February 1773

    over the Cam Mount to Strathbogie; con¬ fifting of 2 Serjeants, 2. Corporals, and 28 private Men, at the aforeiaid Rates Extraordinary Charges of Artificers, Carts, &c. ------- To a Party to work from Strathbogie to Aberdeen, over the Ben Subscribers-only content

    13 February 1775, 13 February 1775

    Mount to Strathbogie; confifting of 2 Serjeants, 2 Corporals, and 28 Private Men, 92 Days, at the faid Rates ------ Extra Charges of Artificers, Carts, Tools, &c. -------_-____-_ To a Party to work at Fochabers and Speyfide to Strathbogie; confifting Subscribers-only content

    1 March 1776, 1 March 1776

    Mount to Strathbogie, confifting of 2 Ser¬ jeants, 2 Corporals, and 28 private Men, at D° Rates, 92 Days each - Extra Charges for Artificers, Carts, &c. ---------- To a Party to work from Fochabers, on S-peyfide, to Strathbogie, confifting Subscribers-only content

 

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