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EDINBURGH.

EDINBURGH.

Johnstone, A. E. Lockhart, W. Lockhart, J. M'Gregor, Sir John M'Taggart, Alexander Matbeson, Alexander Smollett, William Stirling, George Trail.- 16. WE learn that Mr James Bruce, author of the "Eminent Men of Aberdeen" and other volumes, has a new work
April 14, 1856 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
THE LONDON GAZETTE OF FRIDAY, JANUARY 8.

THE LONDON GAZETTE OF FRIDAY, JANUARY 8.

Sydney, New South Wales, ironmongers-W. H. Myers and Jno. C. Birkbeck, of Manchester, attorneys -Henry Chasemore, William Chasemore, Archibald Trail, Ralph Dennis, and Frederick Cooper, of East Smithfield, and Wapping, smail ?? Grkritham and James J. Carr,
February 9, 1856 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
MERCHANT TAYLORS' COMPANY.

MERCHANT TAYLORS' COMPANY.

school-room, where speeches were delivered, according to a programme, in which Mr. Richard C. Ward, Mr. William W. Jones, Mr. William F. Trail°, Mr. Albert G. Stratte, Mr. William Holding, Mr. S. Beames, and Mr. Charles A. S. Austin took part. The head master
June 13, 1855 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
DEATHS.

DEATHS.

Maitland, of Brighton, aged 28. May 5, in Sebastopol, of wounds received that same night in front of the trenches, Captain William Trail Arnold, of the 4th (King's Own) Regiment, younger 4011 of the late Captain W. F. Arnold, 19th Lancers, of Little Nis. semlen
June 9, 1855 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
EXCISE ACTS.

EXCISE ACTS.

On the Ist inst., lifr. John to pol , street. in On the night of the sth It. t received that same night iu front (giog William Trail Arnold, of obtain younger son of the cers, of Little Missenden Abbey, D° L I obits : Printed and t in f the Strandt th
June 8, 1855 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
THE WAR.

THE WAR.

reserves were advanced its case of a renewal of the attack, bitt none eeas attempted. On 'the same evening, while Captain William Trail Arnold commaniling the Light Comopany of the 4th King's Own, was posting advanced sentries on the left attack, he was suddenle
May 24, 1855 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
RUMOURS.

RUMOURS.

main reserves were advanced in ease of a renewal of the attack, but now wee attempted. On the same evening, while Captain William Trail Arnold, commanding the Light Company of the 4th Ring's Own, was posting advanced sentries on the left attack, he was suddenly
May 22, 1855 - Express (London) - London, London, England
 
SCOTLAND

SCOTLAND

obtained leave to bring in a bill to consolidate and amend the laws relatng to bankruptcy in Scotland. On Thursday the Rev. William Trail. late of Manchester, was inducted to the pastoral charge of the Free High Church congregation here --Liverness A4vertiver
May 17, 1855 - Glasgow Courier - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
MANCHESTER FEMALE PENITENTIARY.

MANCHESTER FEMALE PENITENTIARY.

were the following: Mr. Samuel Fletcher, Parker -street, who occu. pied the chair ; the Rev, Francis Tucker, the Rev. William Trail, the Rev. J. D. Brocklehurst, the Rev. J. P. O'Leary, Mr. John Sharp, Mr William Woodward, Mr. G. Hasla,n, Mr. Hague, Mr
December 1, 1854 - Northern Daily Times - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
'ate grmg.

'ate grmg.

vice Beauclerk ; Cornet James Alston Clark to be Lieutenant, by purchase, vice Clarke. 4th Regiment of Foot—Lieutenant William Trail Arnold to be Captain, by purchase, vice Stewart, who retires ; Ensign Samuel Winter, from the 59th Foot, to be Ensign.
February 18, 1854 - Press (London) - London, London, England