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THE LATE CAPT. WILLIAM TRAIL ARNOLD.

THE LATE CAPT. WILLIAM TRAIL ARNOLD.

THE LATE CAPT. WILLIAM TRAIL ARNOLD. (From the Leicester Advertiser, July 21.) The following remarks respecting this gallant officer have been forwarded a correspondent: Amongst the fearful list of losses and casualties to which our army in the Crimea
December 22, 1855 - Bucks Herald - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
THE REFORM DERATE—MR. SIDNEY HER BERTH SPEECH.

THE REFORM DERATE—MR. SIDNEY HER BERTH SPEECH.

NotbiugTJm..^ aH-urout. happily. Hov. .Ouuoan Mscnab, |)r (Jraham of I*o Ui.no ,4oaaaut tl.au t« tho hoariy •.vmjw.thy ox- William Trail, H. s. Paterson, and Mr. mlijiait bet*,'on ichoro taught; » stato mattsrs which, meeting in most effective, instructive
March 25, 1859 - Scottish Guardian, Glasgow - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
v ROUP of GROWING OATS at FIRIIILLS, PARISI' OF ST. VIGEANS. On TUESDAY, the 3rd August next, will be Sold

v ROUP of GROWING OATS at FIRIIILLS, PARISI' OF ST. VIGEANS. On TUESDAY, the 3rd August next, will be Sold

Baines, Sheffield Mouser l. Thomas Loads, West Morriston 2. James Roberto°, Ladyrig Sod Do. l. George Lockle, Kelso 2. William Trail], Arbroath 3. William Lnekle, West Morriston 3rd Do. l. Alexander Lyon, Arbroath 2. George Broad. Cliftonhill 8. Elizabeth
July 24, 1852 - Arbroath Guide - Arbroath, Angus, Scotland
 
CIRCUIT COURT OF JUSTICIARY

CIRCUIT COURT OF JUSTICIARY

Sheriff Campbell, Dornoch, Sheriff Shaw, Lochmaddv, Sheriff Cameron, Elgin, the Rev. Grigor Stuart of Kingussie, the Rev. William Trail of Glasgow. After an impressive and appropriate prayer by the Rev. Mr Macgregor, the Court was constituted, and the roll
September 30, 1858 - Inverness Courier - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland
 
A BAZ ENDOWMENT FOND for the BAGGED and INDUSTBIAL SCHOOL INVEBNESS, will be held in the ACADEMY HALL, On Thursday,

A BAZ ENDOWMENT FOND for the BAGGED and INDUSTBIAL SCHOOL INVEBNESS, will be held in the ACADEMY HALL, On Thursday,

and freely remarked upon, the time, by others besides myself. 1 have the honour to be, Rev. Sir, your obedt. Servant, WILLIAM TRAIL. The Rev. Hector Mackenzie. Manse of Moy, 11th June 1856. Rev. Sir, —As your letter, reply to mine of the 6th inst., is
June 19, 1856 - Inverness Courier - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland
 
REGENT PLACE UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CONGREGATIONAL SOIREE.

REGENT PLACE UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CONGREGATIONAL SOIREE.

presided, and was supported right and left by Drs Gillan and Macfarlane; the Rev. Messrs Hamilton M'Gill, J. L. Aikman, William Trail William Symington, and David Young; Messrs Raeburn, Dalzell, Thomson, Morrison, Pater* son, Kidd, &c. The hall was all
April 16, 1859 - Paisley Herald and Renfrewshire Advertiser - Paisley, Renfrewshire, Scotland
 
Local and Provincial News.

Local and Provincial News.

about 100 gentlemen present, amongst whom were"--s me the Revs. Alexander Munro, Joseph Barkley (of Fer- i the managh), William Trail, William M'Hinch, William M'Caw, ?? and R., S. Scott; -Robert Barbour, 'John- Stuart, Th;omras edGreig, A. H. Kelly, Walter
November 30, 1850 - Manchester Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
MARRIAGES.

MARRIAGES.

Brown, contractor. Kilwinning, Ayrshire. Shanks—M LAN. —At 86 North Frederick Street, on the 31st ultimo, by the Rev. William Trail, of the Free Tron Church. Mr. James Shanks, sculptor, to Mur) - , eldest daughter of the late Janies B. M Lachlan, sculptor
September 2, 1858 - Glasgow Morning Journal - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
WESTAIINSTER THIS DAY.

WESTAIINSTER THIS DAY.

Disgraceful Outrage. —William Trail and Patrick Welch, two desperate ruffianly-looking fellows, were charged with the following disgraceful outrages. Mr. from the office of Mr. De la Mere, solicitor, appeared to prosecute, and stated
September 24, 1859 - Globe - London, London, England
 
INVERNESS SAVINGS' BANK.

INVERNESS SAVINGS' BANK.

1 kasek, Esq., Solicitor— 3. That the names of the following gentlemen be added to the general libt of Managers :—Rev. William Trail, Inverness ; Messrs James Anderson, solicitor; Andrew Dougall, General Manager of Kailway Company; Henry Maeandrew, solicitor
January 17, 1856 - Inverness Courier - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland