10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «TULCHAN»
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Did the reader ever see, or fancy in his mind, a Tulchan ? Tulchan is, or rather
was — for the thing is long since obsolete— a calf-skin stuffed into the rude
similitude of a calf ; — similar enough to deceive the imperfect perceptive organs
of a ...
Nicholas Patrick Wiseman, 1849
'Presbytery examined', an essay on the ecclesiastical ...
The name is that of a man who was first a Presbyterian minister ; who was next —
a thing for which there is no name except in Scotland, where it was called a "
Tulchan ; " * who was, thirdly, a duly consecrated Archbishop (of St. Andrews) ;
George Douglas Campbell (8th duke of Argyll.), 1849
The Works of Thomas Carlyle
called Tulchan Bishops. — Did the reader ever see, or fancy in his mind, a
Tulchan ? A Tulchan is, or rather was, for the thing is long since obsolete, a Calf-
skin stuffed into the rude similitude of a Calf, — similar enough to deceive the
Thomas Carlyle, Henry Duff Traill, Oliver Cromwell, 2010
The Life of Oliver Cromwell: With a Selection from His ...
They were by the Scotch People derisively called Tulchan Bishops. — Did the
reader ever see, or fancy in his mind, a Tulchan ? A Tulchan is, or rather was, for
the thing is long since obsolete, a Calf-skin stuffed into the rude similitude of a
gafEnén/gafanEyIn eyelid, eyelash; rim inside the eyelash; tulchan, viz. the
stuffed calf-skin given to a cow, or stretched skin given to a she-camel whose
newly-born young one has died or has been removed: she will then. 95113: 115
The letters and speeches of Oliver Cromwell with ...
At milkingtime the Tulchan, with head dulyr bent, was set as if to suck.; the fond
cow looking round fancied that her calf was busy, and that all was right, and so
gave her milk freely, which the cunning maid was straining in white abundance
Oxford Tractarianism: The Scottish Episcopal College, and ...
These Superintendents were soon superseded by archbishops and bishops (the
Tulchan to wit) ; yet having no ordination, they were only laymen ; and then these
titular bishops quickly yielded to the Presbyterian system imported by Andrew ...
The Scotsman's Library; Being a Collection of Anecdotes and ...
TULCHAN Brsuovs. One of the methods by which the powerful noble families in
the reign of James VI. secured the revenues of the church, was to get a
dependent clergyman appointed to a'bishopric, who bore the title, received the
rents, and ...
Sketches of Scottish Church History from the Reformation to ...
The ministers who were so mean as to accept of bishoprics under this disgraceful
and simoniacal system, exposed themselves to general contempt, and were
called, by way of derision, tulchan bishops — a tulchan being a calf's skin stuffed
Thomas Mac Crie (D.D., the younger.), 1849
Collections Upon the Lives of the Reformers and Most Eminent ...
... to come in, and the Tulchan Bishops. He next would make us belive, the
Generall Assembly in Agust had a mind to have the Tulchan Bishops in, and
appointed such of their number as wer most favourable to the designe, p. and ...
Robert Wodrow, William James Duncan, 1834
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «TULCHAN»
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... and flow, which should allow messages to be clearly and effectively conveyed,' adds Jean Zhuang, a director at Tulchan Communications' Singapore branch. «IR Magazine, May 15»
Mothercare parts company with Tulchan as integrated comms brief …
Mothercare appointed Tulchan in 2012 to advise on its capital markets comms activity. Tulchan is not repitching for the work. The pitch process is being ... «PR Week, Apr 15»
Stewart Wood: The man behind Ed Miliband shaking up his party's …
As part of the bridge building with business, he recently spoke at a breakfast hosted by financial communications firm Tulchan, attended by senior figures from ... «CITY A.M., Apr 15»
City bosses in charity sleepout
Seems that Quinn has dropped Maitland as its PR firm and replaced it with Tulchan Communications. Word to the wise: what ever you do, Tulchan, do not make ... «CITY A.M., Mar 15»
Tulchan hires Reuters' Chris Hughes and names new clients
Tulchan has appointed Chris Hughes from Reuters to its senior consulting team as it announces a raft of client wins. News ... «PRWeek UK, Feb 15»
G4S hires former SABMiller global comms chief Nigel Fairbrass as …
In 2013, G4S dropped Bell Pottinger and Tulchan Communications and appointed RLM Finsbury in a bid to help it recover from a disastrous year. The company ... «PRWeek UK, Feb 15»
The hypocrites have jumped aboard the Magna Carta bandwagon
Mr Grant has made a fortune out of Tulchan Communications, a firm that advises businessmen on what to say to journalists. It is wholly unclear what contribution ... «Open Democracy, Jan 15»
M&A spin doctors could get swept up in the action
In London, Andrew Grant's Tulchan and Rory Godson's Powerscourt are, too. Previous booms led advertising conglomerates WPP, Havas and Publicis to the ... «Reuters Blogs, Dec 14»
City Diary: Houston, we have a problem: Virgin Galactic reveals …
A peek at the “document properties” of Tulchan's carefully drafted prospectus reveals the comms agency gave the second-hand car-dealer's IPO project the ... «Telegraph.co.uk, Oct 14»
Tulchan takes over Wonga comms from Maitland
Short-term lender Wonga has appointed Tulchan to handle its corporate comms, taking over from Maitland with immediate effect. News ... «PRWeek UK, Sep 14»