• A Rebuking in 1825

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    From the Kirk Session records, 13 September 1825:

    At the Church of Uig 13th September 1825 the Session having met and constituted, Angus Maclean and Peggy Macaulay from Brenish were interrogated respecting a previous information made to the Session of their having used very improper and foul language against each other both to their own ruin and disgrace, and to the annoyance of their Neighbours.  The Session, having ascertained the truth of this statement, ordained that said Angus Maclean and Peggy Macaulay wife of Angus Macaulay should stand and be Rebuked before the Congregation at Uig according to the Demerit and heinousness of their guilt and also pay a fine of One Shilling Stg. each.

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