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WAR-OFFICE, FEB. 9.

WAR-OFFICE, FEB. 9.

Lieutenant, purchase, vice Prevost; the Hon. William George Boyle to be Second Lieutenant, purchase, vice Feb. 9. Foot—Ensign William Trail Arnold to be Lieutenant, without purchase, vice Johnston, deceased ; Nov. 2. aithFoot—Ensign Augustus Frederick Thiatlethwayte
February 10, 1849 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE WITNESS, SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 1844.

THE WITNESS, SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 1844.

they appointed the ordinaries Mr Geeep Oußrle take place at the Free__Chsrets of Marimbas, ea Tuesday leek ism, the Rev. William Trail of Free Chards at Skies te preach and peeside. The Clerk Intimated that Hugh Handyside, Esq. Seperintemient of ieteaded
April 6, 1844 - Witness (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
MARRIED. On the 3d inst. at Hulion St. Peter, Mr. John Fella, builder, o( Bye, to Margaretta Maria, second daughter

MARRIED. On the 3d inst. at Hulion St. Peter, Mr. John Fella, builder, o( Bye, to Margaretta Maria, second daughter

has secured a'lasting respect to his memory, Mr. Bramston was his 61st year. Same day, at his house in Bath, the Rev. William Trail, D. D. On Friday last, aged 19, Betsey, daughter ofthe late Mr. Hutchinson, of Munniiigtrec. Same day, aged SO, Mary, the
February 9, 1831 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
LIVERPOOL CORN EXCHANGE.

LIVERPOOL CORN EXCHANGE.

park-buildings, Bath, the Lady Frances Trail, it ty daughter of the fifth Earl of Wemyss, and relict of the PI. late Rev. William Trail, ?? Chancellor of the nt Cathedral Church of Connor-On the 5ch inst., at lit 11 Norfolk-crescent, Hyde Park, Diary Frances
April 8, 1848 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
Wanted a Wife.— The revolution of France has produced strange wonders, and amongs. the recent impor- tations has been a

Wanted a Wife.— The revolution of France has produced strange wonders, and amongs. the recent impor- tations has been a

Green Park-buildings, Bath, the Lady Frances Trail, daughter of the fifth Earl of Wemyss, and relict of the late Rev. William Trail, LL.D., Chancellor of the Cathedral Church of Connor. On the Oth inst.. in Ssville-row, the Rev. William R. Bright, el
April 6, 1848 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.

Captain James Stevenson, of London 2 2 0 Mrs Gordon, Seatown Moose, per Mr 1 0 0 Patrick Wilson, Esq., bookseller, 1 0 0 William Trail', Esq., surgeon, 0 10 0 Mr Alexander Kydd, Fore Abbey Street, 0 10 0 Mr Martin M'Queen, do. Mrs if• Queen, do. 0 2 6 Mn
February 13, 1847 - Arbroath Guide - Arbroath, Angus, Scotland
 
PATRONS.

PATRONS.

WILLIAM D. LA TOUCHE, ESQ. JAMES IRVINE, ESQ. WILLIAM D. LA TOUCHE. ESQ. PHILIP J. MARJORIBANICS, THOMAS PARNELL. ESQ. WILLIAM TRAIL. ESQ WILLIAM WATSON. ESQ. ROBERT WHAION, ESQ. I, 3 3117 II 3
October 18, 1847 - Cheltenham Journal and Gloucestershire Fashionable Weekly Gazette. - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
Fro* the LONDON GAZETTE of Nov. 9.. *

Fro* the LONDON GAZETTE of Nov. 9.. *

retires; Cornel George Charles Selwyn Durant to be Lieutenant, by purchase, vice Digby. 4th Regiment of Foot-Lieutenant William Trail Arnold, from the 25th Foot, to be Lieutenant, vice Poyntz, who exchanges. sth Foot— Captain John Massy, from half-pay
November 10, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
The Weather, fcc.—During the past week the weather has been mild, though rather cold, and barley sowing has been general.

The Weather, fcc.—During the past week the weather has been mild, though rather cold, and barley sowing has been general.

Kilconquhar to make the necessary investigation of the case. Suspicion being attached to Margaret Bernard, servant to William Trail, baker there, she was examined by Drs Grace and Todd, when, «fter a minute scrutiny, she was taken into custody and conveyed
April 8, 1841 - Fife Herald - Cupar, Fife, Scotland
 
RAILWA J' INTEL LIGENCE.

RAILWA J' INTEL LIGENCE.

Prevost; the Honourable William George Boyle to be ! ! Second Lieutenant, by purchase, vice Daveney. 260, Foot — Ensign William Trail Arnold to be Lieutenant, with- • [ out purchase, vice Johnston, deceased. 2Cth Foot — Ensign Augustus Frederick Thistlethwayte
February 10, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England