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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
 
No. 1124. dins. FOLIO!, kc., ASBZBBMENTB NOM F.—The POW e admit of MIMS& the chariots I Ow TO sAbIIATII WROOL

No. 1124. dins. FOLIO!, kc., ASBZBBMENTB NOM F.—The POW e admit of MIMS& the chariots I Ow TO sAbIIATII WROOL

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November 3, 1864 - Daily Review (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
HISTORIC BCENCBS IB.KINCARDINESHIRE, OR THE.MEARNS.

HISTORIC BCENCBS IB.KINCARDINESHIRE, OR THE.MEARNS.

missioned to distribute among James, John, ami Robert, sons of the late Rev. James Sibbald of Ben- holm. William Trail, A.M., second son of William Trail, minister of Borthwick, was called to Benholm in 1710. There was so muoh opposition to his settle- ment
September 5, 1879 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
EVENING CITIZEN, Wednesday, September 26, 1867

EVENING CITIZEN, Wednesday, September 26, 1867

We observe that Mr. Henzies is to run omnibuses, as usual, to the Sham Fight, on Saturday first. Thk Rev. William Trail. —The Rev. William Trail, late of Kelvinside Free Church, Glasgow, was introduced tohisnew charge, the South Free Church, Elgin, on
September 25, 1867 - Glasgow Evening Citizen - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
KNOX’S FREE CHURCH.

KNOX’S FREE CHURCH.

them in comimmiou with the Free Church. —Rob. Buchanan, minister James Hendereon, minister; Jas. Clugston, minister; William Trail, minister; John G. Lorimer, minister.” Mr Fraser, in supporting the overture, entered into a lengthened statement of the
April 20, 1861 - Glasgow Saturday Post, and Paisley and Renfrewshire Reformer - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
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
 
FORRES, ELGIN, AND NAIRN G.

FORRES, ELGIN, AND NAIRN G.

Church. preached with vest I thee be bet before was to Sc rip in the armee% sod the liMo 1 Is injured, The civet of Rev. William Trail iu tber L. NA wrack the eighths at too elbeeted the athletes Mt Lad Lord's 0. bias the fah the Geddes and the =mob at 'Alt
January 10, 1872 - Forres Elgin and Nairn Gazette, Northern Review and Advertiser - Forres, Moray, 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
 
HAMILTON.

HAMILTON.

st Dykes, Lieut.-Col. Simpson, W. Alston Dykes, Esq., banker; Thoe. Anderson, Esq., banker; Captain Austine; the Rev. William Trail, M.A.; and the Rev. Alexander Wallace, of Glasgow; the Rev. John Downs, of Wishaw; and the Revs. Dr. Keith, J. T. M'Far
March 24, 1864 - Glasgow Herald - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
FREE PRESBYTERY OF GLASGOW.

FREE PRESBYTERY OF GLASGOW.

Clerk stated that the first bnsin ass to disposed of was call from the South Free Chuxch, Elgin, in favour of the Rev. William Trail, Kelvin jide, 'Glasgow. The following asons for the call by the, Free Presbytery of Elgiu were .hen read : 1. That Elgin
August 30, 1867 - Elgin Courier - Elgin, Moray, Scotland