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  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    23 March 1829, 23 March 1829

    do lie on the Table. Upon reading the Petition of the Minister, Elders and other Householders, in the Parish of Tullynessle and Forbes, in the County of Aberdeen, North Britain, whose Names are thereunto subscribed ; praying their Lordships " Subscribers-only content

    Index, 10 December 1829

    Cushnie ; Holywood ; Urray; Whitburn ; Middleton and Lund ; and Tinwald, 255. — Kirkintilloch; Kerriemuir; Wattin; Kincardine; Beith; Tullynessle and Forbes; As¬ sociate Presbytery of Edinburgh; Stirling; Jedburgh; Tap- low ; Studley; Hawridge ; Bletchley; Wendover ; and Subscribers-only content

    Index, 18 December 1834

    and Symington, 853. — Colinton, 858. — Logie, 895. — Alloa ; Garioch ; Mony- musk; and Meldrum, 921. — Tullynessle and Forbes, 973.—Kildrummy; Kilconquhar; Dunnichen ; and Aber¬ deen, 987. to be enabled to hold Real Estates in India; Subscribers-only content

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

    473.—Paisley, Abbey Parish' Prenmay, 501.—Rosemarkie, 399. Row, 359.—Scoonie' Stevenston, 293. Stewarton, 359. Strathdon, 572. Sym- ington, 359.—Tarbolton, 364. Torryburn, 470. Tullynessle and Forbes, 572—Wester and Luddy, 389. See m/ra, 1790 572. 359. 425. 2082. connexion Church of Scotland—cowZmwed. 437. In Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Lords, 1 Geo. IV - 3 Gul. IV, Vols. LIII - LXIV

    &c, 52 a. Tulbourne, 127 b. Tull Sutton, 208 a. Tullaniskin, 225 b. • Tulliebole, 249 a. Tullylish, 130 a. Tullynessle, 256 a. Tundergarth, 375 a. • Turnadall, &c, 302 b. Tutbury, 243 a. Tuxford, 17 b. Twycross, 334 b. Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Acts, 1838

    in their own names, and in name of all those who might adhere to them; adhered Dr Brunton, Mr Paull, Tullynessle, Dr Bryce, Mr Vary, Mr William Martin, Dr Murray, Mr Gibbon, R. Smyth, Esq., Mr Andrew Bell, Mr William

    Acts, 1834

    Hugh Burgess at Glenmuik, ministers; the Earl of Aboyne, ruling, elder. From the Presbytery of Alford, Mr James Paul at Tullynessle, Mr James Farquharson at Alford, Mr Robert Meiklejohn at Strathdon, ministers; Colonel Leith Hay, younger of Rannes, ruling elder.

    Acts, 1842

    at Tarland, ministers; James Hope, junior, Esq., W.S., Edinburgh, ruling elder. From the Presbytery of Alford, Mr James Paull at Tullynessle and Forbes, Mr Robert Meiklejohn at Strathdon, Mr Alexander Low at Keig, ministers; Dr George Cook, Professor of Moral

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    2 yrs and 0 months end not exceedingo yrs and ., months old : 1st, £-20, MIr William Aliddletoln, Grcyatone, Tullynessle, Al ford, Aberdeeshlirle 2md, £,(10, Itir J. J. Coliumn, LI. P., Carrow House, Norwich 3rd, £5, Mirs Phbebc Dunbar.Dunbar, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to be ratller d6'icieuit behind the shoulders. For the best heifer'not exceeding four years of age, Mr. Thomas Blund, Groystolle, Tullynessle, Aberdeen, is first, with a very superior animal for its age, The second prize went' to Mr. Thomias Elliott, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to indi- vidual members any questions relating to the doctrine, worship, government, or discipline of the church." MIr. PAULL, of Tullynessle, seconded the motion, in a speech of some length. Sir JAMCS GIBSON CRAIG said great complaints had been made Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    heartily, with his friends, as they came in, especially with i)r. Bryce. Mir. Robertson of Ellon. and Mr. Paull of Tullynessle, were also there early, and sat appalrently more thought' ful than their neighbours, talking to nobody. After somr tinte, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Strathaven also supported the mo-' lion snod paid a tributc to the exertions of' Lord Bel- haven. Allr. PAIL.L of Tullynessle, li'. Piai of' Dyce, itr. GuinoNof Loneniay, anil others, supported the resolu- tion, Mlm, Roniia's'soN of Ellon conceivedl that Subscribers-only content

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