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J. Hedderwick & son., 1853 - Dysart (Scotland) - 72 pages
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Page 29 - yearlie payment of ane pair of gloves at S. Lawrence Chapell, and of ane paire of spures, at S. Michael's Chappell, embleames of reddie service."* He was succeeded by Andrew Arnot of Lochrig.
Page 13 - Conceptionem devoto affectu recolo, aeternae in futurum beatitudinis bravium capiam, ipso, quem virgo peperisti, donante Domino nostro Jesu Christo; qui cum Patre et Sancto Spiritu vivit et regnat, in Trinitate perfecta Deus in saecula saeculorum.
Page 52 - Dysart in the forenoon, and began to justify the lawfulness of his call here &c. and in the afternoon, Mr. Robert Hinniman, second minister there began to speak to the contrary, and told the people that their patron had thrust in a man upon them illegally, and had put away a man legally called. Upon this, my Lord Sinclair rises up in public and said he lied, and charged him in his Majesty's name to desist, and to proceed no further to speak in that business, upon which Mr. Robert ceased. This business...
Page 15 - Walter Grote and Christian Gourlay give a salt-pan-' to their oldest son John Grote. 1546. (In a deed of this year, I find for the first time the name Swyn (Swayne), a name that still exists in Dysart.) Henricus wynd cepit sasinam et possessionem tenement!
Page 45 - Airds, together with the advocation, donation, and right of patronage of the Parish Kirk of...

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