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  • * British History Online *

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    Acts, 1830

    authorised by the Assembly, that the Presbytery of Lerwick shall con sist of the following parishes, viz.: Dunrossness, Walls, Sandsting, Tingwall, Lerwick, and Bressay; and that the Presbytery of Burravoe shall consist of the following parishes, viz.: Nesting, Delting, Northmavine,

    Acts and Proceedings, 1593, April

    the full Assemblie and nvmber of the same wer gevin vp as follows, viz. Ane Presbiterrie in Ʒ etland callit Tingwall: In Orknay, ane, to wvt, Kirkwall: In Kaithnes, ane, viz. Thurso: In Sutherland, ane, viz. Dornoch: In Ros, tua,

    Acts, 1722

    Bowar, Thomas Baikie at Kirkwall, James Sands at Birsay, William Blaw at Westray, Thomas Covingtree at Sanday, James Grierson at Tingwall, John Hay at Unst, William Hamilton, Professor of Divinity in the College of Edinburgh, John Wilson at North Leith,

    Acts, 1796

    John Grieve, Esq., one of the commissioners of Excise, ruling elder. From the Presbytery of Zetland, Mr James Sands at Tingwall, Mr David Thomson at Walls, minister;,Professor Andrew Dalzel, Edinburgh, ruling elder From the Presbytery of Edinburgh, Dr John Erskine,

    Index, L-Z

    their bounds, 234, 235. Tibbermuir , Tippermure, minister of, 341, 531, v . Balnaves. Tillidaffe , Andrew, of Rannestoun, 825. Tingwall , kirk of, 668; presbytery of, 481. Titles , prelatic, 162, 166, 246. Thomson , Alexander, skinner, Aberdeen, 1017.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    name calling up historic reminiscences in the mind of the Briton, no less than the Icelaader. For have we not Tingwall, with its valley and lake, and its mound of As- sembly, in Shetland ? and, still nearer home, Tynwall Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in both groups of the northern earl- I doin. The Shetland Lawting met on the Thing-eolm, in the parish of Tingwall .which itself is named from f tins old Norse law court,. 'The Orkney Lawting, as- i sembled either at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in their hands, end seem to form part and parcel of the woman herself. If you take a walk towards Tingwall, you will meet or pas dozens of women going tor or returning with peats from the hill, all buisy Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    place. Thl wind was unfavourable for the' paity proceeding further than a harbour in the north of the parish of Tingwall, and there the boat was taken for the night. The bride and a sister of the bridegroom, the only Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    required in airy- case, according to the decision of the Court of Session in the case °fj- he Pa"*-* of Tingwall, in 1787, is 100 seals for every 216 inhabitants, there is the necessary accommodation already pro- vided for a Subscribers-only content

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