The Names of the ParishBoundariesPatronageBaronies Alexander
Livingston Parliament of 1560First General AssemblyRelationship of
Alex. Livingston to Lord LivingstonBattle of PinkieOrdination and
Stipend Commissioner for StirlingshireThe Case of Lady LivingstonHer
ExcommunicationDeposition of Minister.
Prelate versus PresbyterWilliam LivingstonVoice and AppearanceThe
KingHis CharacterMelville, Welsh, and BruceBishops Ordain
MinistersPerth AssemblyJenny GeddesW. Livingston Presented to KilsythThe
Enmity of the KingLivingston Confined to his Parish DeposedPresented
to LanarkSecond DepositionImprisonedHis Curious DreamBefore the High
CommissionAddresses Marquis of HamiltonGlasgow Assembly Last
John LivingstonA Burning and Shining LightAppearance and
DispositionBirth and EducationMouse Water Cave LicensedContinued
OppositionTorphichenCountess of WigtonPersecution and its ResultsStewarton
RevivalShotts RevivalLivingstons Great SermonThe Holy-rood
SermonThree Young MenLivingstons Methods KillinchySuspendedAttempts
to Reach America MarriageDeposedSecond Attempt to Reach America
StranraerNewburn SkirmishCommissioner to the King The Plague to
Scotland Cromwell and Livingston Cromwell asks him to PreachHis
PrayerOliver has enough of JohnSummoned before Privy CouncilBanished
Life in Holland and StudiesDeath.
Declaration of American IndependenceThe Signatories Robert
LivingstonBirth and Removal to Holland EmigratesSettles in
AlbanyMarriageAppointments Indian Raids and NegotiationsLords of
TradeWith Earl of Bellomont fits out Adventure GalleyWilliam Kidd The
American LandownerLivingston on the Hudson Kidd turns PirateA
Desperate CareerLivingstons Estates ConfiscatedCapturedAgain in
LondonRegains PositionColonial SpeakershipDeath.
Lady Livingstons EpitaphViscount DundeeHis Life a Biographical
ProblemHis AvariciousnessFrom Cornet to PeerBirthCollege LifeIn the
Army of William Joins RoyalistsSent to ScotlandDrumclogJohn Kings
InvitationDundees MarriageJean Cochranes Beauty and ConstancyThe
Cases of John Brown and Andrew HislopAttends the Convention Rallies
the Clans Killiecrankie.
The First Laird LivingstonThe Second LairdThe Third LairdFloddenThe
First Baronet Darnley and MaryBanishmentRestorationA Juryman in the
Morton TrialEarl of Lennox ArrestedKilsyth Befriends Him DivorcedThe
Second BaronetHis Accomplishments Fits out a FleetHis Estates and
WealthThe First Viscount Kilsyth and Lord CampsieDefends his Castle -
Overpowered by CromwellDisgraceful Conduct of Cromwells TroopsThe
Castle BurntThe Supplication of the PeopleCromwells Act of
PardonCromwell and the Provost of GlasgowCharles raises Sir James to
the Peerage The Second Lord KilsythChanged OpinionsIn
ParliamentResigns CommissionResigns his Estates His Vacillation and
William Livingston, Last Lord KilsvthCase of Betty WhytfoordMarches
into EnglandThe Edinburgh Convention Attempt to join
DundeeArrestedCritical PositionAppeal for MercyBanishmentMarries
Lady DundeeThe Exchanged RingsUtrechtLady Livingston
KilledPresbyterian PlotsExposure of Lady Livingstons RemainsA
Picturesque DescriptionSir Archibald Edmonstones Letter to NapierLord
Kilsyih and the French PlotAgain Arrested The Standard on the Braes
o MarBattle of SheriffmuirLord Kilsyth FleesThe Last of the Kilsyth
The Covenanters GravesThe Battle of KilsythScottish Army in
EnglandMontroseFaminePestilenceThe Story of Bessie Bell and Mary
GrayMontroses Victories A Hot DayStrength of the ArmiesThe
DecoyThe Snare Charge of Covenanting Dragoons Onset of MLeans and
MDonaldsGeneral EngagementFearful CarnageA Romance of the
Livingston to RobeArchibald GrahamSamuel RutherfordGabriel
CunninghamPublic WorshipRous versus Barton-James GartshoreWalter
MGill LeightonPrelate versus PresbyterA Parish RiotInsult and
ResignationMichael RobeElected to Easter Lenzie James HayParochial
Cases and AnecdotesCursing the MinisterAssistant to be Appointed.
Battlefields and ChurchesPrincipal CarstaresInterview with the
KingJames RobePresented by Lord KilsythParish Records New
Collections The Communion VesselsChurch RepairedParish
AdministrationCompared with Edward IrvingA Faithful MinistrySocieties
for Prayer Pleurisy Schismatical Controversy A Period of
DearthOperation of Holy SpiritSermons on RegenerationWhitefieldThe
First Kilsyth Revival Evidences of the Power of the SpiritA Pleasant
Work CommunionA Gracious TimeResultsTestimonials Opposition of
Secedersa Dignified ReplyRobes Literary Activity and Death.
Rev. John TelferManse and School BuildingParish Notes Church and
StateCarlyle and Hill BurtonPatronage Ebenezer ErskineThomas
GillespieThe Relief Church FormedJames GrahamAllan ComfootJames
DunJohn AndersonRobert AndersonJohn S. GoodallDr. William
AndersonEarly LifeInfluence of ChalmersUsing the PaperThe Organ
QuestionVarious ControversiesHis PreachingLL.D.Estimate.
The Agricultural InterestJames FrewRobert Graham Introduces the
PotatoHistory of the PotatoGrahams Experiments Widespread Interest
and Success Dr. Robert RennieGraham and Rennie ComparedPeat Moss
StudiesThe Nature of PeatPeat Companies Rennies Early
LifePresentation and MarriageA Distinguished SonSecond MarriageA
Faithful Pastorate Number of CommunicantsNew Parish ChurchThe Essays
on Peat MossThe Peat Bogs of EuropeDullatur MossFlanders
MossSubstances contained in Moss Qualities and Sterility of
MossPublication and HonoursCzar of RussiaAlexander I.Offers
AppointmentSir John Sinclair Advises AcceptanceThe Czars
PresentsBell of AntermonyRennies Death.
York HouseYork Buildings CompanyA Romantic Story Sale of Confiscated
EstatesRise and Fall of SharesKilsyth EstateState of Agriculture
Kilsyth Estate Farmed by James StarkBought by CampbellDullatur
BogPlague of FrogsThe Young PretenderThe Companys UndertakingsSir
Walter ScottAn Aberdeen TinsmithIncrease in Price of LandThe Company
Wound UpThe Livingston and Edmonstone Families.
The Kilsyth EstatesThe York Buildings CompanyThe Edmonstone
AchievementThe Edmonstone Family Princess IsobelRoyal
DescentCadencyPrincess Mary First Three EdmonstonesThe Fourth Sir
William Connection with Sir William WallaceThe Fifth Sir
WilliamMurder of Sir James StewartSir James EdmonstoneThe Gowrie
ConspiracyApprehended by Arran A Deep PlotPopular FurySettles in
IrelandDun-treath RedeemedThe Ninth LairdHis Brief but Brilliant
CareerSir Archibald Edmonstone, the Eleventh Laird Buys KilsythM.P.
for DumbartonshireSir Charles, Second BaronetSir Archibald, Third
BaronetContests StirlingshireSir William, Fourth BaronetA Brush with
PiratesVisits Lord ByronCaptain WildSir Archibald, the Fifth Baronet.
The Christian Gentlemans Daily WalkSir Archibald Edmonstone, the
Christian GentlemanPublic Opinion Colzium Library and ChapelBooks,
Sermons, Hymns Letter to.People of KilsythVols. of TravelThoughts by
the WayOpinion of MezzofantiPrince Charlies Widow Meets BelzoniThe
Holy LandAli PashaClassical SpotsByrons Maid of Athens
FitzwalterProgress of ReligionHappinessLetter from Lamartine
Literary EstimateTranslation from Petrarch.
William H. BurnsTwo Kirk Session MeetingsDun and Kilsyth9th May,
1843Character SketchAt the Feet of ChristBirthOrdinationWork at
DunInduction to KilsythPresentation and CallAt the Grave of Robe
W. C. BurnsThe Memory of Rev. John LivingstonThe Second RevivalThe
43 SecessionA Long Bright Sunset Rev. Robert Black
FamilyEducation Church BuildingRev. W. Jeffrey.
William C. BurnsBoyhoodA MaxieEdinburgh Life A Turning
PointStudies for the MinistryOratorical PowerIndustrious
PreachingSecond RevivalScene in ChurchVisits DundeeBecomes an
EvangelistVisits CanadaEmbarks for ChinaChina and Chinese Sects
Methods and Means of WorkHis DeathThoughts of HomeVery Poor.
Professor Islay BurnsThe Pastor of Kilsyth and The Chinese
MissionaryThree Different CharactersA Lovable SoulBirthDescription
of Kilsyth ManseA Family GronpStudent DaysLoss of SightA Quiet
PlaceChosen for St. PetersA Peculiar PositionA Cultured
MinistryIslay Burns and MCheyneLiberal Views Pictures of Church
HistoryContest with Mr. RainyThe Pastor and MissionaryAppointed
Professor Spiteful OppositionLife in GlasgowAn Abundant Entrance.
A Successful FamilyThe BairdsSagacity and EnterpriseTheir
WorksConnection with KilsythCoke Making Members of Firm in
i860TraditionHistoryAlex. Baird of KirkwoodAlex. Baird of WoodheadAn
AnecdoteFirst Mining VenturesMerrystonGartsherrieWilliam Baird &
Co.List of Mineral EstatesVaried Family GiftsWilliam BairdM.P.Chairman
of Caledonian RailwayDeputy Governor of the Forth and Clyde CanalJohn
Baird of WoodheadAlex. Baird of UrieJames BairdTownhead Church
PortraitHot Air BlastPatent Rights LawsuitAuchmedden RomanceDeep
Religious ConvictionsRobert, Douglas, and George BairdAlex.
WhitelawHis Business CapacityIsaac DisraeliA Baconian Maxim
RefutedPresent Members of Firm.
The Parish ChurchBanton ChapelRev. J.
LyonOrdinationSecessionPursued by an EchoSuccession of
MissionariesManse BuiltRev. James WhitefordA Parish Quoad
SacraWilliam CadellFriendship with Dr. RoebuckCarron Company
FoundedWilliam Archibald CadellScientific PursuitsHis TaciturnitySir
Joseph BanksA Journey in ItalyEncyclopaedia ContributionsClever
EscapeForth and Clyde CanalSmea-tonHugh BairdCanal Locks Trial of
Charlotte DundasFish-tail Propeller.
1843 and AfterRev. Henry DouglasHis AmiabilityRabbi DuncanWork at
Saline and AlexandriaDouglas and MCheyne engaged to SistersInducted
to Kilsyth ReceptionWilliam HenryDouglass Personal
AppearanceDelicate Health and DeathRev. Alex. Hill Preaching and
UrbanityA Distinguished FamilyA. K. H. BoydChurch MembershipGalloway
BequestTranslation to St. AndrewsDr. ParkIn like manner I shall
goSt. Andrews Session Minute.
The MethodistsSuccession of PreachersNew ChurchThe Congregationalists
Clerical Succession The Roman Catholic ChurchCanon MurphyRev.
Alex. SpeirsLochwinnochDr. Watson, DundeeDr. Graham, Kilbarchan - The
GorbalsA Congregation without a ChurchInducted to KilsythPersonal
AppearanceRev. Robert Hope BrownAuthor of "Life of Allan
CunninghamOrdained to St. Andrews Parish, Dundee Inducted to KilsythHe
did it unto meProfessor JeffrayAppointed to Anatomy ChairRev. R. H.
Stevenson, D.D.Rob RoyPulpit PowerOverwork Moderator Dr. Archibald
PopulationAt RevolutionIn 1794In 1891The Heritors The Police
BurghMagistracyParochial BoardEducational Patrick BequestJohn
KennedyReview of Prices and WagesBenefit SocietiesThe Savings Bank
Recreation Clubs MineralogyNatural HistoryFrom the Church TowerAn
Ancient River-bedThe Roman WallRevived InterestAn Old British
FortDerivation of Kilsyth, Kelvin, BantonA Fingalian TraditionMaking
of KelvinLine upon Line.