A History Of The Episcopal Church In The Diocese Of Caithness by James Brown CravenA History Of The Episcopal Church In The Diocese Of Caithness by James Brown Craven

A History Of The Episcopal Church In The Diocese Of Caithness

byJames Brown Craven

Paperback | February 5, 2012

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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. 1908. Excerpt: ... CHAPTER XXIV. BISHOP FORBES' VISITATION OF CAITHNESS. Falconar Consecrated as Keith's Successor--in Caithness when youngNew Election, 1761, by Taylor and other three Presbyters of Ross--in favour of Robert Forbes--his Consecration at Forfar--hiB Letter to Taylor--to visit at once--Journal of 1762--Dornoch--Clyne--M inister there--Struan--Helmsdale--Orel--Ausdale--Langwell--Berrydale--Dunbeath--Causeymire--Auchateelwt--Arrive at Thurso--Taylor's condition--Lady Clardon's Description--Street Scenes--Christie Finlayson--Mrs Taylor confined to chair--Campbell of Lochead--Lady Seotscaddel--Mrs Liddcll--Dr Liddell--Murray and Ponnyland--Scrabster--Holburn Head--Clet--Bishop of Ossory--Dunbar--Bailie Donaldson--Sunday in Thurso--Communion and Confirmation--Bids adieu to Taylors--Thurdystoft--Loehend--Confirmations--Barrock--has fine Garden--LadyBrabster--Mey--Confirmation--Canisbay--John O'Groat's House--Buckics--Stroma--Kennedy Burial-Place--Fresh wick--met Sinclair of Barrock--Keiss--Wester--Noss Head--Confirmation--Ackergill--Chapels--Girnigo--Wick--at Campbell's House--Frances Sutherland--Lord and Lady Duffus--Confirmation--Old Wick--Swenzies--Ord--List of Persons Confirmed in Caithness--Letter from Lord Reay as to Christie Finlayson--Taylor's Death--Bishop Forbes receives his Papers and Sermons--Opinion of these--Proposes Successor--None--Most of the Congregation "go to the Kirk "--Another Confirmation--Bishop Forbes' Journey to Argyll--Death and Funeral. Appendix.--Historical Praycr-Books. "/N a regular application from the clergy of Orkney and Caithness, Mr Falconar, presbyter at Forres, was consecrated as their bishop on the 10th Septemher 1741. The officiating prelates on this occasion were Rattray, Keith, and White. In the following year, Bishop Falco...
Title:A History Of The Episcopal Church In The Diocese Of CaithnessFormat:PaperbackDimensions:98 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.2 inPublished:February 5, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0217426425

ISBN - 13:9780217426428