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  • * British History Online *

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    Acts, 1836

    of Weem, Logierait, Dull, Kenmore, Fortingall, Killin, Rannoch, Foss, Glenlyon, and Strathfillan, from the Presbytery of Dunkeld, and form these ten parishes into a separate Presbytery, to be called the Presbytery of Weem, the seat thereof to be at Weem;

    Acts, 1703

    be recommended to the Commission to send thither probationers having Irish, when called for, particularly one to the parish of Weem. 6. That the Commission be appointed and empowered to give all due encouragement to any proposals made, or to

    Index, H, 01 January 1700-31 December 1700

    264. -,-, letters to, 1, 429, 429 II., 690, 715, 946. -,-, letters, etc., from, 715. -,-, Governor of. See Weem, van der. -, inventory of slaves, stores, etc., at Berbice, 715 II. XII. Holland , Thomas, purveyor of Naval

    America and West Indies, June 1704, 12-20, 12 June 1704-20 June 1704

    America and West Indies June 1704, 12-20 June 1704, 12-20 [June 12. ] 382 . Paper entitled Part of Governor Nicholson's letter to Micajah Perry, July 30, 1703. I have writt both to Mr. Povey and Col. Blackistone, if

    Index, V, 01 January 1509-31 December 1514

    de, charter of, g. 485 (25). Vetery (Vetterry), Otho, 438 (2 m. 34). Vevian . See Vivian. Veyme . See Weem. Veyne , Geoffrey, 438 (4 m. 12). Veyney . See Verney. Veyre (Verrey), Mons. de, ambassador in Spain for

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    16 January 1764, 16 January 1764

    Berwick Baronet, John Ear! " of Hyndford, Dunbar EjH of Selkirk, Baß William " Lord Daer, Sir Robert Men-zies of Weem Baronet, and " John Swinton Efquire of that Ilk, may be required to " anfwer the faid Appeal :'." Subscribers-only content

    12 March 1764, 12 March 1764

    " T\\zt John Earl of Hynu "ford, Dunbar Earl of Selkirk, Bafil William Lord1 " Daer, Sir Robert Msnzies of Weem Baronet, and JohnVoag\^'% " Swinton Efquire, Five of the Refpondents to the^ " Appeal of Archibald Douglas Efquire, had Subscribers-only content

    25 November 1767, 25 November 1767

    Hugh Dal- " rymple, Dunbar Earl of Selkirk, Bafil William Ha- " milton, Douglas his Son, Sir Robert Menzies of Weem " Baronet, John Sivinton Efquire of that Ilk, Ad- Comes Comes Comes Comes Comes Comes Comes Comes Comes Comes Subscribers-only content

    9 February 1768, 9 February 1768

    informed, " That Dunbar Earl of " Selkirk, Bafil William Hamilton or Douglas his Son, " Sir Robert Menzie of Weem Baronet, John Swinton " Efquire of that Ilk, Advocate, and the Heirs and " Reprefentatives of the döceafed John Subscribers-only content

    Index, 31 May 1826

    Tarbett; Leslie; Forteviot; Fraserburgh; Inverness: Rhynie; Rattray; Daviot; Rothmay; Fortingall; Huntly; jg Roskeen; Insch ; and Longforgan, 1st May, 269.'—Dull; Weem; and -Fortingall, 3d May, 286. 3. in favour of the Corn Laws; from Wisbech, 14th Feb- 17. ruary, 37.—Sussex, Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dundee, ironmonger-L. Wilson, Midmill, near Dun fermline, mill spinner-J. Naismith, Hamilton, builder-lV. Watson, Cromarty, merchant-J. Hamilton, Paisley, writer- R. Menzies, Weem, mercbant-J. D. Edgar, Castle Douglas, Kirkeudbright, merchant-T. Adamsun, P. Borrie, and IV. Esson, Dondee, ship builders-A. Broom, Glasgow, draper. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Torquay. [Carter, T'or- quay.O'A1 SC tch Sequegtla'tions.-J. Gilchrist, Paisley, dyer-R. M . I'rair, Glaogow, commission agent-J. White, Edinburgh, draper-El. MFenzies, Weem, Perthshire, merchant. Friday, February 21. %Wait-offiee, rEBRuARY 2i.-let Regiment of Dragoon Guards: Capt. W. W. Allen to be Major Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lowndes street ; fesotetou's, Knightsbridge; Keith, Prestse's and Co. Cheapeide; 3.ctts, San, sad Steer, Rloyal Exchanga; Btill's Itoyal Eathsldri-glton ylSr Weem. Brookses oafice, No. 2 ligh street, Southasrpponn; and at Sesss Smsith asod Son's Book S~otia an the Itolervays. Tickets, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    alluvium is probably connected with glacier action in the valley of the Tay, in the upper part of which, about Weem, there are decided moraines. Mr D. MILNZE HOME communicated a Paper on the Old Sea CUifs, and Submarine Banks Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ho saw her these six times in the Ire streets, but he never spoke to her. Telre was a person Weem loyed to make enquiries connected with the case, but t he had no authority from witness to see the Subscribers-only content

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