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Charles Humble, a Captain in the 48th regiment. William Cockburn, Captain-Lieutenant, and "Robert Burrowes, a Lieutenant, in the 49th regiment.

Charles Humble, a Captain in the 48th regiment. William Cockburn, Captain-Lieutenant, and "Robert Burrowes, a Lieutenant, in the 49th regiment.

Briti£l\ parliament, in the root), the Earl of Sutherland, deceafed. There were twenty-three Peers prefent at the ele&ion. Mr William Trail, ProfeJJ'or of Mathematics the Marifchal college, Aberdeen : A place obtained on comparative trial, at which there were
August 1, 1766 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Extract of a letter from Aberdeen, Sept. I- ,1

Extract of a letter from Aberdeen, Sept. I- ,1

Laft week ended the competition for the* 1 ' thematical chair cf tbe Marifhal College ; mh** prize was adjudged to Mr. William Trail." ,„ On Friday night laft, as a countrym3n w* s -n paring to mount hi-a horfe in the waterg*- c I Perth, in order to get
September 3, 1766 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Thr ABERDEEN J O U R N Fdk X O N D ON, •

Thr ABERDEEN J O U R N Fdk X O N D ON, •

2. Laft week ended the Competition for the Mathematical Chair of theMariOul College; U&en the Pxjze was adjudged to Mr William Trail. ■' Arrived, The Adventure, Baxter, the , Chriftte, born Hull; the DiQ>atch, Frafer, the Otter, Bull, from London ; the
September 1, 1766 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
or >hn ace \ LL PERSON S- indebted the E ot.T O-M S ALDER, late Beioick upon Tweed, (»’Bankrupt) aie

or >hn ace \ LL PERSON S- indebted the E ot.T O-M S ALDER, late Beioick upon Tweed, (»’Bankrupt) aie

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March 5, 1763 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England