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ABERDEEN

ABERDEEN

Board on Saturday last -.—Mailer -George Cal to MKenzie, Lossiemouth, firs* .if ate—John Fraser, Aberdeen. Only Matt —William Trail, Fraserburgh Stcotul Afotes—William Brand* Aberdeen, John M'Connachie, Keith. Guarding tiif. Quebn at Balmoral.—These are
November 6, 1867 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
MECHANICS' LECTURES. THE WINTER COURSE of LECTURES. 18 67-8. in connection with the FORRESMECHANICS.' INSTITUTE and LIBRARY, will be given

MECHANICS' LECTURES. THE WINTER COURSE of LECTURES. 18 67-8. in connection with the FORRESMECHANICS.' INSTITUTE and LIBRARY, will be given

December 11, 1867—. Tons MARTIN, Esq., Elgin. Subject"THE SAND HILLS OF CULBI S." 4 .—Warnmens.v, December 18,1867—Rev. WILLIAM TRAIL, M.A., Elgin. Subject "THE MATERIAL UNIVERSE A WITNESS FOR ITS CREATOR." s.—Wicoxisnav, January 15, 1868—(After Christmas
November 20, 1867 - Forres Elgin and Nairn Gazette, Northern Review and Advertiser - Forres, Moray, Scotland
 
MECHANICS' LEOTIIICES.

MECHANICS' LEOTIIICES.

December 11, 184:17--Joas MARTI:g o Esq., Elgin. Subject" THE SAND HILLS OF CULBIg." 4.--WEDNESDAY, December 18, 1867—Rev. WILLIAM TRAIL, M. A., Elgin. Subject— "THE MATERIAL UNIVERSE A. WITNESS FOR ITS CREATOR." S.—WZDSMSDAY, January 15, 1868—(After Christmas
November 13, 1867 - Forres Elgin and Nairn Gazette, Northern Review and Advertiser - Forres, Moray, Scotland
 
Local News.

Local News.

first lecture of the season, in connection with the Mechanics' Institute, will be delivered on Thursday first by the Rev. William Trail of the South Free Church. The subject of Mr Trail's lecture will be the divine origin of Christianity. The other gentlemen
November 15, 1867 - Elgin Courier - Elgin, Moray, Scotland
 
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1867. FFH? KENTISH INDEPEXDKNT Mr. b’parrow – Oh, you had better say what they

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1867. FFH? KENTISH INDEPEXDKNT Mr. b’parrow – Oh, you had better say what they

without the slightest cause. Prisoner and her husband bad previously been at the police court together case of assault. William Trail, of 72, Burrage Hoad, Plumstead, said heard a row in the street, and himself rnd a friend went to the spot and saw two
November 2, 1867 - Kentish Independent - London, London, England
 
DUUUV LANE THEATRE.

DUUUV LANE THEATRE.

—Abebdeex, Not. 2. Passed as Master Ordinary, George M‘Kenxie. Lossiemonth. Pint Mate, John Fraeer, Aberdeen Only Mnte, William Trail, Fraserburgh. Second Mate, John M*Connochie, Keith; William Brands, Aberdeen. Seven candidate. failed.
November 4, 1867 - Shipping and Mercantile Gazette - London, London, England
 
.... Monda; ELGIN.

.... Monda; ELGIN.

Mechanics,' Institute. The first of the Course was delivered in the Concert Hall on the evening of Thursday last by the Rev. William Trail of the South Free Church, who chose for his subject—" Christianity—its origin divine." There was • large and highly respectable
November 30, 1867 - Saturday Inverness Advertiser - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland
 
total firths.

total firths.

first lecture of the season, in connection with the Mech mica' Institute, will be delivered on Thursday first by the Rev. William Trail of the South Free Church. The subject of Mr Trail's lecture will be the divine origin of Christianity. The other gentlemen
November 15, 1867 - Elgin Courant, and Morayshire Advertiser - Elgin, Moray, Scotland
 
ELGIN.

ELGIN.

Mechanics' Institute. The first of the comae delivered in the Coscert Hall on the evening di Thursday last by the Rev. William Trail of the Swath Free Church, who -chose for his subjoet--“ Christianity—its origin divine." Them was a large and tighly r
November 26, 1867 - Inverness Advertiser and Ross-shire Chronicle - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland
 
PERORATION.

PERORATION.

300 yards, in which several of the youths participated. The race was won by John Quigley. The second best competitor was William Trail. The next game was a race of six hundred yards, in which James Mills and William Young received the prizes. At this point
November 2, 1867 - London Scotsman - London, London, England