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his property . —John Hughes, for stealing lamp, the property of Henry Welch, nt Birmingham.—/oA« Coltison, for stealing Aston, silver

his property . —John Hughes, for stealing lamp, the property of Henry Welch, nt Birmingham.—/oA« Coltison, for stealing Aston, silver

eight half-crowns, and other monies, Ac. —Charles Crockett aud John Essex, charged on suspicion having assaulted John William Trail, at Milverton, and forcibly taken from him umbrella and a silver watch, his property. —Charles Latham, charged with assaulting
April 8, 1826 - Warwick and Warwickshire Advertiser - Warwick, Warwickshire, England
 
A YOUNG MAN AMISSINH . A YOUNG MAN , _mimed CIIAHLES _PEDDIE , _about 24 _years of _iigc , liitely

A YOUNG MAN AMISSINH . A YOUNG MAN , _mimed CIIAHLES _PEDDIE , _about 24 _years of _iigc , liitely

_llie Flesh _5 _Market Close , _opnosite tlif _Poultry . _Market , at present _possessed by William _F . iirservice , William Trail , MM _Marshall , MrsCampbell , William _Simpsoil , _anil Jo . epli _Napier . This _property is most eligibly _situated—it
January 14, 1829 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
_CHAITI OF THEOLOGY—We _are happy to _learn lhanlie aged professor of _Theology , _has done _. 1 tardy act of

_CHAITI OF THEOLOGY—We _are happy to _learn lhanlie aged professor of _Theology , _has done _. 1 tardy act of

_MAGISTRATES OF BURGHS . _K"tr _/( W ( _iM , _—Samuel _Laing , _Esq . of _Panndale , _Vroywit . _—Mesain _James _Speiice , _William _Trail , John _Baikie , and _Oliver _Scott , B _lilies ; Mr P . Folhcringliam , _'Dean of _Guild _; William Watt Bain , Treasur
October 17, 1827 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
General Advertiser for the Central Counties of Scotland. THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 14, 1820.

General Advertiser for the Central Counties of Scotland. THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 14, 1820.

Logic Class. For general eminence in the regular examinations, and in the composition Essays during the Session. 1. William Bowman, (Trail. 2. John Grcig, Perth. 3. David Russel, Dundee. +. Robert Tullis, Cupar. 5. Alex. Forbes, Perth, 6. Macarra Halley
May 14, 1829 - Perthshire Courier - Perth, Perthshire, Scotland
 
MAGISTRATES OT BURGHS.

MAGISTRATES OT BURGHS.

Ktaxwart..--Samuel Laing, Esq. of ' , Aparlale, Provost; James Spence, William Trail, John Baikie, and Oliver Scott, Rallies; Mr P. Fotheringhain, Dean of Guild; William Watt Bain. Trusintrcr. FORREEL—CoIoneI the lion. Francis W
November 2, 1827 - Inverness Journal and Northern Advertiser - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland
 
UNION-HALL.

UNION-HALL.

oil-cake, to make dung for their hop-gardens, at from ss. to ss. 6d. per stone. MARRIED. Thursday se'nnight, at Dublin, William Trail, E.g. eldest son of Archdeacon Trail, to Louisa Lloyd, daughter of th • Late Thomas Lloyd, of Castle Lloyd, in the county
November 20, 1824 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 
THAMES POLICE.

THAMES POLICE.

Manchester -street, Lieutenant-General John Mille, late of the Hon. East India Company's Bombay Sept. 15, at Glanmiro, Cork, William Trail, M.D. of the R.N. The 17th instant, at Dublin, James Cleghorn, M.D. State Phy. sician, Ste. Saturday, at Egglestotte Hall
September 26, 1826 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 
FASHIONABLE ARRIVALS. Viscount and Viscountess Eanismore, at Koightsbridge , Major Brooke, in Grosvenor-square; Sir WilHam and l2d__ Laagham. in Portland-place;

FASHIONABLE ARRIVALS. Viscount and Viscountess Eanismore, at Koightsbridge , Major Brooke, in Grosvenor-square; Sir WilHam and l2d__ Laagham. in Portland-place;

tattr Collins, in Manchester-square ; Colonel Macdonald in Cohduit-street ; Captaia Upjobn, in ihe Regent's Park ; Mr. William Trail, inGrosvenor-square; Major and Mrs. Martyi. in Holies-street ; Lady E. Macdonald, in Gloucester-place i Mr. Johnstone,
January 29, 1821 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
IRELANV. MPORTANT TRIAL.-CONSPIRACY TO 3IURDER A LADY AND HER SERVANT. (From a Cork Paper.) Bartholomew Neal, aged 18 years, and

IRELANV. MPORTANT TRIAL.-CONSPIRACY TO 3IURDER A LADY AND HER SERVANT. (From a Cork Paper.) Bartholomew Neal, aged 18 years, and

deposed, that she resides on the middle Glanmire-road, where she has resided for a period of six years, and is widow of William Trail!, surgeon, R. N., who is dead a little better than two years and a half. Mary Morrison, a Scotch girl, and about 16 wears
April 18, 1829 - Baldwin's London Weekly Journal - London, London, England
 
UNIVERSITY INTELLIGENCE.

UNIVERSITY INTELLIGENCE.

Williams, All Soul's College; Rev. Lee, Brasenose College; John Edward Gray, Oriel College. Bachelors Arts.—Rev. William Fanning, :Magdalen trail, incorporated from Dublin ; Thomas Mason, Chnst Church ; John Sloper, Queen's College; Thomas Noel, Merton College
July 17, 1824 - Sun (London) - London, London, England