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  • * British History Online *

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    Acts, 1833

    Fordoun, Fordyce, Forfar, Gairoch, Inverness, Kincardine-O'Neil, Kintyre, Kirkudbright, Lanark, langholm, Lewis, Meigle, Mull, North Isles, Penpont, Selkirk, St Andrews, Tongue, Turriff. III. That returns have been received from twenty-five Presbyteries, bearing that the schools, in a greater or less proportion,

    Acts, 1810

    from fifteen Presbyteries, viz.: from Langholm, Annan, Chirnside, Jedburgh, Peebles, Lanark, Linlithgow, Dalkeith, Haddington, Dunbar, Dundee, Cupar, Aberdeen, Strathbogie, and Turriff. 4. That all these reports afford satisfactory evidence that the Presbyteries which have transmitted them have respectively either examined,

    Acts, 1813

    up reports to this Assembly, viz.: Aberdeen, Brechin, Chirnside, Dalkeith, Dunfermline, Garioch, Haddington, Lanark, Langholm, Linlithgow, Lochmaben, Peebles, Strathbogie, and Turriff. "In some of these rep orts very particular information is given; but this is not their general character, as

    Acts, 1819

    of Schools report, that only twenty-nine Presbyteries have sent up returns to the Assembly, viz., Paisley, Dalkeith, Irvine, Cupar, Forfar, Turriff, Biggar, Jedburgh, Chirnside, Peebles, Ellon, Aberdeen, Penpont, Dunbar, Annan, Perth, Brechin, Haddington, Dunfermline, Alford, Aberlour, Strathbogie, Lanark, St Andrews,

    Acts, 1820

    short reports, or notices of examination, have been transmitted from the following Presbyteries, viz., Aberlour, Ayr, Brechin, Fordyce, Lochmaben, Peebles, Turriff, stating generally on the backs of the commissions that the schools within these Presbyteries were examined. These reports are,

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    5 April 1826, 5 April 1826

    of the Inhabitants of Newton Stewart and Neighbourhood in the County of Wigtown, North Britain, whose Names are thereunto subscribed: Turriff: Upon reading the Petition of the Inhabitants and Pro- Banking prietors of Land in the Town of Rathkeale and Subscribers-only content

    Index, 31 May 1826

    19. Petitions—continued. marly; Peebles ; Newton Stewart; Portsoy; Banffshire; Turriff; and County of Aberdeen, 5th April, 155.—County of Nairn; and Peebles-shire, 6th April, 158.—Thurso, 7th April, 163. —Whithorn ; Inverary ; County of Linlith¬ gow; Mussleburgh; Kirkcudbright; County of Argyll; Subscribers-only content

    Index, 22 January 1828

    ; and Two from Odiham, 243. — Owners of Land in Gallow, 250. — Hexham, 254. — Urray, 282. — Turriff and Auchterless; and Pitsligo, &c. 287. — Flintshire Agricultural Society, 297. — Eastern Part of Kent, 312.— Smarden; Ashford; Subscribers-only content

    22 April 1833, 22 April 1833

    It is Ordered, That the said Petition do lie on the Table. Upon reading the Petition of the Presbytery of Turriff Presbytery of praying their Lordships " to make such Enquiries as shall urrl <•' afford a full View of Subscribers-only content

    Index, 12 December 1833

    ; Exmouth ; St. Sepulchre, London ; E. Ed¬ wards; and Kilmarnock, 166. — Northleach ; Fairford ; Presbytery of Turriff; Woodhouse; Leeds; Carrysfort Chapel, Black Rock; Rathkeale ; and Clergy of Bristol, 171. — Carberry; St. George's Street Chapel, Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    street, bookseller-C. Balshaw, Altriochare Cheshire, bookseller. SCOTCH SEQUESTRATIONS. F. Townsend, Edinburgh, tavern-house keeper-NW. p Brown ai A. eand Margaret Taylor, Turriff, dyers-J. Stewart, Paisley, grocer. t BIRTHS. On Friday, the 22nd inst. at lHairow-on-the-hill, the lady of . F. Harris, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Grant, Esq. Sheriff-Clerk of Inverness-shire Thomas John Bremner, Esq. Banker, Peterhead John Park, Esq. Merchant, Fraserbuigh James Michie, Esq. Brridre-ad, Turriff John Rae, Esq. Banker, bllAn John Menro, Efsq. 3 Regent terrace, Edinburgh The Provisional Committee consists of about Two Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Berwick street, licensed victualler-July 1, R. and T. Day, Goole, ship builders. so=ch ers.equestratious.-J. Waugh, G. Cattle, and H. Dyson, Turriff, Aberdeenshire, railway contractors-J. Stevenson, Glasgow, fssher-G. Mile, Tillycairn, Aberdeenshire, farmer-G. N. Berwick, Wedderble, Fifeshire, farmer- J. Alacphersuns, Crabeomore, Invernessshire-W. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of bv one of the Turriff Post-office officials who travels evers morning asa tiird-class passenger boevween Teirriff and Inveramsay and back. 1l1 charge of this person tile Banif mail bags are conveyed as far as Turriff. Here a ner' agent Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    accident, the like of which has never occurred on this lne, Er. took place last evening on the Maednff and Turriff branch Its of the' Great North of Scotland Railway. The train, which leftlMacduff at four p.m., fell through- a Subscribers-only content


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