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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    23, T. Treifry, Cornwall, coy'n merchant. SCOTCEH SEQUESTRATIONS. P. MGregorand J. Metry, jun. Rilmarnock, calico printers-T. Moore, Glasgow, merchanr-G. Mackenzie, Alness, Ross-shire, farmer-G. Wilson, Danoon, Argyll. shire, cattle dealer-T. Wallace, Glasgow, merchant-W. Gordon, Aberdeen, advo- cate. Friday, December 21. W Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Free Churchof Seotland, respecting a mnimster who in the old days of patronage was forced upon a congre- gation at Alness He was coldly recied; but caning one day upon an old elder, he took a chair inspiteof hisl gruff Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Risuir), F ws. WALSALL. Cou.rTr Coursr, Yesterday.-(BeforoA, M lMean Skinner, 9-q., QC., Judge.)-Tbe number of cases for hearing were 6*8; nsamelS,. 468 new cases, IS.adjourned cases, 5o judgment sunnmonses, one re-iesne, fouir applations for new trial, and two insolvency Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    OHEAP PP PAID AD VRTI8BENa7. For consecutlve Insertion, of the olasses of ADVERTISEMEENTS particularised below, the following are the charges -. d. Two lines (nine words to a line) ...... 0 6 Ditto Three insertions ............... 1 0 Ditto Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    accounits from the Strites nre fir frour encoutarging. Tin NEw.' SEAiAsON'"i TEiA. can he had in great trerfec- tion, the Alness shipenents of tie yesr haViag brean carsrilly telihd.-At Jlohn Snincrtr's 'le'n Wsr-clrose, ni, Isfigir Streerl,:ir merirreani antI at Coleshill Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, N, 01 January 1728-31 December 1730

    Scotia . 56. -, settling of Protestants from Ireland and the Palatinate in, 315, 319, 339, 417, 421, 546. Novar (Alness, Ross), 457. Nowell , Thos., 614. Nunbutts (? Berwickshire) , 330. Nunflats (? Berwickshire) , 330. Nuttall , Richard,

    Acts, 1722

    Inverness, Alexander M'Bain there, Lauchlan Shaw at Calder, George Gordon at Cromarty, Hugh Campbell at Kilmuir Wester, Daniel M'Gilligen at Alness, Thomas Chisholm at Kilmorack, Hugh Duff at Ferne, David Ross at Tarbat, Robert Kirk at Dornoch, Robert Robertson at

    Acts, 1740

    Gordon, younger of Invergordon, ruling elder. From the Presbytery of Dingwall, Mr Thomas Chisholm at Kilmorack, Mr James Fraser at Alness, ministers; Mr Albert Munro of Coull, and from the burgh of Dingwall, Sir Robert Munro of Foulis, Baronet, ruling

    Acts, 1752

    at Kincardine, ministers; the Honourable William Master of Rose, ruling elder. From the Presbytery of Dingwall, Mr James Fraser at Alness, Mr John M'Lennan at Contin, ministers; Albert Monro of Coull, ruling elder. From the Presbytery of Abertarff, Mr Thomas

    General Index, A, 01 April 1700-31 March 1702

    Cathedral. Westminster. Winchester Cathedral. Worcester Cathedral. Almswomen Alnage (Aulnage) duties, bill to abolish, discussed, farm of Alnager (Aulnager), his fee Alness (Alnes), co. Ross and Cromarty, parish, parsonage teinds, three chaplainries of Alnut (Alnutte), Thomas, captain, in Charlemont's regiment, in Subscribers-only content


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