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  • * British History Online *

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    Acts, 1707

    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 in another separate Presbytery, to have their meeting for ordinary

    Acts, 1725

    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 ruling elders, to continue their meeting together as formerly, and to constitute a

    Acts, 1796

    Firth, ministers; Mr Richard Richardson, merchant in Edinburgh, ruling elder. From the Presbytery of North Isles, Mr John Anderson at Stronsay and Eday, Mr Walter Traill at Lady Parish, minister; John Grieve, Esq., one of the commissioners of Excise, ruling

    Acts and Proceedings, 1586, May

    Randell. Inhallow. Stromnes. Sandwick. Russay. Eglissay. Weir. Vallis. Flattay. Farray. Hoy. Grimsay. Sanct Nicolas Kirk. Marie Kirk. Peter Kirk in Stronsay. Ethay. Torray. Ladie Croce Kirk [in Westra. ] Papa Vestra. Ladie Kirk. Croce Kirk. Sanct Colmes Kirk in Sanda

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    last, as a boat, in which there were six men, three women, and two boys, was proceeding firom Stromness to Stronsay, in Ork- ney, she unfortunately swamped, when, melancholy to re- late, the whole of the persons on board perished. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    occasions last year at Stromnes -when the fishing was very successful, and curers were enabled to arrive there from Helm, Stronsay, and Wick on the day they were wired for, with the result that a large quantity of herrings was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    week was unusually exciting in various of the Orkney Islands, large shoals of whales having made their appearance. At Rothieslmoim, Stronsay, on Wednesday, a large "shoal" made its appearance, and the greaterpartof theinlhabitants of the district turned out, armed with Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    communication between Orkmnyanld Shot- lmnd las not been restored. The fault is supposed tob ein ithe cable between Kirlcwall and Stronsay. A handsome monument is to be erected by the parochsial I authorities at Lewes over the graves of those Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wia liedat cvera timnes and wounded. Hfe is flat . pou'tedl to recover, 0Anl old woman, named Birown, died at Stronsay. Orl'sr, on trinday, at the ripe age Of 100 yeoII. Her daug , aged 5i, expaired ait the same Subscribers-only content

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