Records of the Presbyteries of Inverness and Dingwall, 1643-1688 (24), Volume 24
General Books LLC, 2009 - 312 pages
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1896 edition. Excerpt: ... Mr. George Munro declaires that in reguard the heritors of the paroch of Vrray were attending the Comittie of revalua0" he suld not meit with ym, yrfore renewes the ordinance of his speaking to them qn they come home. Receiued two Ires from the paroch of Gerloch, one from Mr. Rorie McKenyie, Minister yr, importing that he had made in-tima0n to the Lard of gerloch to c'peir before the presbyterie this day bot withall testifieing that he was very infirme and vnable to come, and the oyr Ire was from Gerloch himselfe importing the same and withall that he would health serving be heir the next day. Letters from ' Mr. Dod. Clk in Lochailsh, ' Mr. ferqr McCrae in Kintayle, ' and ' Mr. Allexr McKenyie in Lochcarron, ' in regard to cases of discipline referred from Sessions to the Presbytery. Compeired Jo" McKenyie of Aplecross who confest his accession to the late rebellion in the north, professing his greife for the same, and desyring to be receiued to the Covenant and satisfac0n, is c'tinewed till farder tryall, and appoynted to be heir the next day. Dingwatt, 22 Jarij. 1650. Mr. George Munro and Mr. Coline McKenyie report that in reguard of the greatnes of the storme after ther going gettward to Mr. Murdo McKenyie they were forced to reteire: Therfore renewes the ordinance of yr going ther, and to report yr diligence the next day. Mr. George Munro reports y he spoke to the heretors of Vrray who promised to be heir this day, who being cited and some of ym c'peiring, being inquyred anent the provision of the Kirk of Vrray, doe promise to make thankfull pay of yr pnt proportiones, and advyse y Mr. Dod Mccrae vse diligence with the Comission for plantation of Kirks for getting a competent stipend to his kirk, and y they shall give extent in qtsoever shall...
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