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IROADSEA MISSION SOCIAL

IROADSEA MISSION SOCIAL

Psnnie, New Pitsligo ; 31st, Aleaander May, Fraserburgh. Latin —Honours Class (3rd year)—6th, William Trail, Stricben. Roman History— l4th, William Trail. Natural Philosophy —Graduation Class— Prise List—3rd Marion MacOwan, Inversl. loeby. First Class
March 29, 1927 - Fraserburgh Herald and Northern Counties' Advertiser - Fraserburgh, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE ORIGINAL ABERDEEN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY.

THE ORIGINAL ABERDEEN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY.

Dunbar, Professor of Philosophy in Kings College, on 26th November, 1765; followed a later (11th November, 1766) that of Mr William Trail, Professor of Mathematics in Maristhal College. If they excepted the election of tho Bishop of Down and Connor Bth November
March 29, 1907 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ABERDEEN LIFEBOAT SATURDAY.

ABERDEEN LIFEBOAT SATURDAY.

A feat of horsemanship was the next item, Mr William Trail, of the Riding Academy, managing an eight-in-hand with the greediest ease. Following the _eight-in -hand, was Mr Trail's son, Master William Trail, showing the American seat," in which the* rider
October 14, 1907 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
KEITH'S BIG SHOW.

KEITH'S BIG SHOW.

7 l<angstane Place, Aberdeen ; J. M'Donald, Homewood, Inverness. Grand trotting match and George M'Hafctio, Keith; 2 William Trail, Riding Academy, Aberdeen. Driving under 14.2 hands—l J. W. Kynoch, Isla Bank, Keith; 2 James Marionburgh, 3 Mrs A. Stewart
August 13, 1913 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ABERDEEN CATTLE SHOW.

ABERDEEN CATTLE SHOW.

Roadster, mares, or geldings, not under 3 years of age. exceeding 15 hand* —1 and 2 William Wisely, Braeside. Aberdeen; 3 William Trail, Riding Academy, Queen's Cross, Aberdeen; 4 George Collie, Hilibrae," Inverurie. Cobs, mare*, or geldings, not under age
July 26, 1907 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THREE NORTHERN HEROES KILLED IN ACTION.

THREE NORTHERN HEROES KILLED IN ACTION.

years agfi» joyei..lA hands—and—not exceeding 15 hands enfrry)—l William Trail, Aberdeon Riding Academy. Ponies; mares geldings, over 13 bands and not exceeding 14 hands entries)—l William Trail,- 2 Alexander R*ad, Ellon; Robert E. Drennan, M.R.0.V.5., Place
July 20, 1916 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
NOTICE to BUILDERS & CONTRACTORS. Sennowe Estate, Catchbaek Far—i, GREAT RYBURGH. IN consequence the numerous applications by parties desirous of

NOTICE to BUILDERS & CONTRACTORS. Sennowe Estate, Catchbaek Far—i, GREAT RYBURGH. IN consequence the numerous applications by parties desirous of

thereof to Mr. William Trail, Thetford aforesaid, one of the Executors, for examination and discharge; and all persons indebted to the said Eitate arc requested to pay tlw anwunt of their respective debts to nic, the undersigned William Trail, forthwith.
May 30, 1863 - Norfolk News - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
UNIVERSITY OF ABERDEEN. LIST STUDENTS WHO GAINED PRIZES, MEDALS, AND CERTIFICATES. WINTER SESSION, 1926-1927. L—UNIVERSITY PRIZES. 1. FACULTY OF ARTS.

UNIVERSITY OF ABERDEEN. LIST STUDENTS WHO GAINED PRIZES, MEDALS, AND CERTIFICATES. WINTER SESSION, 1926-1927. L—UNIVERSITY PRIZES. 1. FACULTY OF ARTS.

Lain-g, James M. WyTle, Stonehaven; 7 Robert C. Aberdeen; 8 WilMswn T. Brown, Crathie; 9 John P. Mackenzie, Aberdeen; 10 William Trail, Strichen. Senior Section. Prize. William W. Aberdeen. Order of Merit. Isabel S. M'Kay Portsoy; 3 John P. Craig, Aberdeen;
March 24, 1927 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Opening Announcement WILLIAM TRAIL, Boot Shoemaker, BEGS to iatimate to tho iababitaot* of Fiaaarburgh and District that baa now opened

Opening Announcement WILLIAM TRAIL, Boot Shoemaker, BEGS to iatimate to tho iababitaot* of Fiaaarburgh and District that baa now opened

Opening Announcement WILLIAM TRAIL, Boot Shoemaker, BEGS to iatimate to tho iababitaot* of Fiaaarburgh and District that baa now opened that Shop, 67 Cross Street, Wbet. ia conducting boainaai a Bmt and Shoemaker, and raapoetfully aolidta a ihate of public
June 1, 1909 - Fraserburgh Herald and Northern Counties' Advertiser - Fraserburgh, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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