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CORN tXCtIAIWB, Mav 27-

CORN tXCtIAIWB, Mav 27-

halt-pay. John Riach, Geul. vice Brown, placed . * . Erratum in The Gazelle of lt« Kill of Apii! last, fittli Foot —For William Trail Doaglas, Genl. U> Ensign, read EUinuml Alexander Douglas, Geut. Ensign. Tie under-menlioned Gentlemen are appointed Ensigns
May 27, 1812 - Globe - London, London, England
 
UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH.

UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH.

William Catherwood .. —Xoslalgut Joseph E Millar.. .. —Gostratidt James Butler —Hyputitide John Preudergast.. .. —Fcbre William Trail —Neuralgia Thomas Yerdou •• .. —Pneumonia Zacharias Maxwell .. .. Chancre Roger Cotter .. .. —Tympanita Thomas Moore Thomas
August 25, 1815 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
29th Ditto.

29th Ditto.

Johu Riach. Gent. vice Brows), placed on half-pay. EltUATUtii i>l the Gazette of the 14th of April last. 64th Foot. For William Trail Douai's, Gent. to bejlnsign, Stead &tamed Alexander Douglas, Gent. to be Ensign: hiltsionANDuat. Captain R. B. Webber,
May 27, 1812 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 
BOXING.

BOXING.

received -a hit at - therclose of ?? to sleep. Joe. Ward and Jones-secoiaded the winner, -and Oliver and Pajinter the loser. William Trail, -about. 13 years ?? paren ts reside in the neighborrhood of, tlse Strand, ;na IWho was taken to tbe Westminater Hospital
June 7, 1815 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Monday w»i married Walcot church, Capt. De Guerieux, of the French na»y, and cheealier in the legion «f honour, to

Monday w»i married Walcot church, Capt. De Guerieux, of the French na»y, and cheealier in the legion «f honour, to

ldiogi, the lady Mr. Daniel, wine-merchant, a daughter. Dim. At her houfe in Portman.ftreet, London, Mrs. Trail, wile William Trail, and daughter of the late Sir George Colebrook, hart Aged 83, Guodfon Vines, elqj Woouon-under-e<tge, Gloucefteilhire,—At
July 8, 1813 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
, From 'TUESDAY, JUNE 6, to. THUIRSI)AY, ,JmNE. 3, 1315.

, From 'TUESDAY, JUNE 6, to. THUIRSI)AY, ,JmNE. 3, 1315.

and year. They were married at the age twenty-five, and lived . afterwards happily together exactly,hall a century.. • William Trail, the youth who met with an accldrmi in the Park' On Monday,. during the firing of th, guns, died oh Tuesday in the WeStininster
June 8, 1815 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
BOXING:

BOXING:

millions five bunch-et! thonsani powads ; and the hest year they increased to fifteen toils ons seren hondred thonsandi William Trail, about . 13 'years of age, whose parents reside hi the neighbourhood of the Strand, and who was taken to the tVjstininsier
June 7, 1815 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
ACCIDENTS and OFFENCES.

ACCIDENTS and OFFENCES.

abdomen one them was taken a piece of wood three inches in length ; it was expected that he could not survive the night. William Trail, the youth who met with an accident in the Park on Monday, during the firing of the gnns, died on Tuesday, in the Westminster
June 4, 1815 - Windsor and Eton Express - Windsor, Berkshire, England
 
BIRTH.—The Lady of CRAWFORD DAVISON, Esq, of Finsbury-square, London, of a daughter.

BIRTH.—The Lady of CRAWFORD DAVISON, Esq, of Finsbury-square, London, of a daughter.

the vessel has become a coin-I h plete 'r~reclc, but the crew 'and cargo are saved, chiefly owing to the exertions of William Trail;- Esq.' younger of J h Frotoft, and Willianm Strang, Esq. at Lopness, who, at d the risk of their livet, went over to~the
December 26, 1810 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
EXECUTION AT ABERDEEN.

EXECUTION AT ABERDEEN.

fractured in two places. DREADFUL ACCIDsET.-On Saturday' last, at a house on the turnpike road, near 'the bridge of Dee, as William Trail, one of the tenants, a quarrier, was looking with a- lighted candle ftor some articles in a press, where a quantity (about
November 9, 1818 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland