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# * 411 NMlqm of Bxsnu, Dbatmi, Mauiaobs be •mthtmriettUd by the name tmd BIRTHS. Aikxax —At ft South Melville

# * 411 NMlqm of Bxsnu, Dbatmi, Mauiaobs be •mthtmriettUd by the name tmd BIRTHS. Aikxax —At ft South Melville

Dokalb—Bulk —At Elgin Terraco, Downnhill, Glasgow, on the 24th inst., by the Rev. John Thomson, Pkisley, assisted the Rev. William Trail, A.M., Eelvinside Free Cbnrcb, Glasgow, Mr Dav d Donald, Loebee, Dun tee, Margaret Spiers, second daughter the late Robert
October 26, 1865 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
BIRTHS.

BIRTHS.

Bth inst., Mrs James J. Lamb, of a son. MARRIAGES. At 12, Pollock Street, Paisley Road, on the 10th inst., by the Rev. William Trail, M.A., Free Tron Church, James Thomson, Esq., civil engineer and architect, to Susan, third daughter of the late John Petrie
July 12, 1860 - Glasgow Courier - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
DIVISION ON THE BANK ACTS.

DIVISION ON THE BANK ACTS.

Lord Stuart, Lord J. Effice, Edw., jun, Stykes, Colonel F.wart, William NOES. Billie, Henry Banda.% George Stirling, William PAIR-FOR. Trail, George FEMALE DEPRAVITY IN LIVERPOOL. At t opening of the quarter session st Lint on Monday, the Recorder, in chaiging
December 15, 1857 - Glasgow Courier - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
LONDON GAZETTE.

LONDON GAZETTE.

Beauclerk-Cornet .James Als- ton Clark to be Lieutenant, by purchase, vice Clarke, Feb. 10. 4th Regiment of Foot-Lieutenant William 'Trail Arnold to be Captain, by purchase, vice Stewart, who retires-En- sign Samuel Winter. from the 59th Foot, to be Ensign
February 13, 1854 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
SOUTHAMPTON RACES -WEDNESDAY.

SOUTHAMPTON RACES -WEDNESDAY.

16th inst., the wife of William Mitchell, S.S.C., of a son. At Maygate, Dunfermline, on the 16th inst., the wife of Dr William Trail', of a daughter. At 9, Melville Street, Edinburgh, on the 16th instant, the wife of Captain R. J. Hotchkis, of a son. _
July 23, 1863 - Glasgow Courier - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
Hector, 24, will leave Portsmouth Harbour to.day, according to present arrangements, and make a trial of her great guns off

Hector, 24, will leave Portsmouth Harbour to.day, according to present arrangements, and make a trial of her great guns off

appointed to be assistant geologists. Mr. Duncan Robertson Irvine has been Lippointed to be assistant geologist, Scotland. Mr. William Trail has been appointed to be assistant geologist, Ireland. The Post Office: Mr. Henry Durden has been appointed to be a clerk
April 27, 1868 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
DOWNING-STREET, FEB. 10.

DOWNING-STREET, FEB. 10.

Beauclerk ; Cornet James Alston Clark to be Lieutenant, by purchase, vice Clarke, Feb. 10. 4th Regiment of Foot--Lieutenant William Trail Arnold to be Captain, by purchase, vice Stewart, who retires ; Ensign Samuel Winter, from the :,9th Foot, to be ensign
February 10, 1854 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
12 1 6

12 1 6

at St. Giles's Church, Camberwell, by the Rev. Daniel Moore, M.A., John Trail!, Esq., of Orkney, second son of the late William Trail, Esq., or oodwick, to Sarah Ellen, iourth surviving daughter of the late .James Harvey, Esq. YOLING—WALKER:—AIarch 12,
March 22, 1862 - Lady's Newspaper and Pictorial Times - London, London, England
 
MANCHESTER FEMALE PENITENTIARY.

MANCHESTER FEMALE PENITENTIARY.

were the following: Mr. Samuel Fletcher, Parker -street, who occu. pied the chair ; the Rev, Francis Tucker, the Rev. William Trail, the Rev. J. D. Brocklehurst, the Rev. J. P. O'Leary, Mr. John Sharp, Mr William Woodward, Mr. G. Hasla,n, Mr. Hague, Mr
December 1, 1854 - Northern Daily Times - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
REWARDS FOR SATING LIFE.

REWARDS FOR SATING LIFE.

supporting for a qoarter of an hour, until they were both picked up bye eteara.tug ; to Thomas Robertson, for 'raving William Trail, who jumped overboard into-five July last to John Lewis, for saving Anne Griffin, who accidentally fell off the Round stone
April 1, 1876 - Denton and Haughton Examiner - Denton, Lancashire, England