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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ac y. mae dau berson yn ychwanegol wedi eu brathu.-' Aeth sgwnier Xymreig, o'r enw "Favorite," yn. ddryllian ar ynys Tiree, L nos Tm y 18fed, pryd y co]lodd-y cadben ei fywyd-wrth geisio.cyraedd y lan. Achubwyd y. gweddill o'r dwylaw. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ic-`ople, arind to reduce trhe Auniy at horne, r ild therebv to ijs-an tire expeniditire arid reduce taxatioir.-(-Jppleruses end hisst.) Tiree Rtesotitiois'lWere then uhanimonslyaggreed to. A Petition femr ott oln the R- oluitionsm %sor also aoced to, aird ordered to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ackernianu 'has just publishled, Part VlII. ENGLIH LAKES, Four ololared Plates, 6s. Part III. SYNTAX in SEARCH of a WIFE, Tiree l'iates, tsNd. Part XXIV. of the CIBIINET of ARTS, Four Platei, 2s. NEW SOUtHl-l WALES; beitg an lHistorical Acotoant Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in the stock-market. fhle orders his brokler to purchase into the British Funods, the latter will boy him about 5351. Tiree per Cent. Cousols; and the brokerage, at j pe'r cent. will be about 13s. But if the same person Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ;-.11IS97V -. 7 " -C,,,,'. F? - ;I.-- , .! - I Nmur I - The Tiree of this day says, we received last night t'e following letner'otdin Liverpool-_ The steamer has js1St arrived from the In- dklerrdence, which sailed Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Acts, 1729

    named, and erect the same into two Presbyteries, in manner following, viz., the whole parishes within the Isles of Mull, Tiree, and Coll, and the country of Ardnamurchan, Sunnard, and Morven, consisting at present of six ministerial charges, into one

    Acts, 1725

    Professor of Church History in the College of Edinburgh, Robert Kinloch at Dundee, William Steuart at Perth, William Morison at Tiree and Coll, George Chalmers, Principal of the King's College of Aberdeen, James Chapman at Cromdale, Hugh Munro at Tain,

    Henry VIII, September 1543, 11-15, 01 September 1543-30 September 1543

    3. Add . This apparently is part of a draft despatch to Suffolk. transmitting the preceding. See No. 184. Cancelled. Tiree. Mackinnon's. The Duke of Cleves. . . . . "egre etiam responsum esse ab ipso Duce Cliviensi num me

    Acts, 1796

    Esq. of Lochend, ruling eld er. From the Presbytery of Mull, Mr Alexander Campbell at Ardnamurchan, Mr Archibald Maccoll at Tiree, ministers; Allan Macdougal of Hayfield, esq., ruling elder. From the Presbytery of Dunkeld, Mr William Inneraity at Caputh, Mr

    Charles II, April 1680, 01 April 1680-30 April 1680

    peaceably, there was lately a considerable party in arms under the command of a brother of Maclean of Brolosse in Tiree, by whom not only the garrison in Hilleboll was straitened but also the payment of the Earl of Argyle's Subscribers-only content


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