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LONDON, FRIDAY EVENING NOVEMBER 9, 1849,

LONDON, FRIDAY EVENING NOVEMBER 9, 1849,

Cornet George Charles Selwyn Durant to be Lieutenant, by purchase, vice Digby, Nov. 9. 4th Regiment of Foot—Lieutenant William Trail Arnold, from the 25th Foot, to be Lieutenant, vice Poyntz. who exchanges, Nov. 9. sth Foot—Captain John Massy, from half-pay
November 9, 1849 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
WAR-OFFICE, FEB. 9

WAR-OFFICE, FEB. 9

rice Prevost; the Hon. William George Boyle to be Second Lieutenant, by purchase, vice Daveney, Feb. 9. 25th Foot—Ensign William Trail Arnold to be Lieutenant, without purchase, vice Johnston, deceased, Nov. 2, 1848. 26th Foot—Ensign Augustus Frederick
February 10, 1849 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
THE SUN, LON DON, SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY lO, 1849."

THE SUN, LON DON, SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY lO, 1849."

vice Prevost; the Hon. William George Boyle to be Second Lieutenant, by purchase, vice Daveney, Feb. 9. 25th Foot—Ensign William Trail Arnold to be Lieutenant, without purchase, vice Johnston, deceased, Nov. 2, 1848. 26th Foot—Ensign Augustus Frederick
February 10, 1849 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
MINORITY-NOES, 25.

MINORITY-NOES, 25.

Teunent, R. J. Dawson, T. V. M'Taggart, Sir J. Thicknesse, It. A. D rumlanrig, Via. Maitland, Thomas Thornely, T. Marshall, William Trail, George Evans, William Matheson, James Trelawny, J. S. Fergus, John Matheson, Colonel Tynte, Colonel Ferguson, Sir R. Maule
May 18, 1848 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
AUDIT OF RAILWAY ACCOUNTS BILL.

AUDIT OF RAILWAY ACCOUNTS BILL.

n Grt.,gor, , M'Taggart, Sir J. Thicknesse, It. A. Drunilanrig, Dundas, George Maitland, Thomas Thoruely, T. Marshall, William Trail, George Evans, William John Matheson, James Trelany, J. S. Fergu,, F erguson, si r R. Matheson, Colonel Tynte, Colonel
May 18, 1848 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
PASSENGERS ARRIVED,

PASSENGERS ARRIVED,

it has taken him to curium it. Your o'.dt ANTI CiIL'ICCIII7:3. - My 10th, IS-IS. POLICE COURT. MONDAY, BTH, 1848. William and Peter Trail were arraigred before the bar, chArged by Police Officer, No. 38, with resisting him while in the execution of his
May 12, 1848 - Barbados Mercury and Bridge-town Gazette - Bridgetown, Barbados, Barbados
 
recommendation,

recommendation,

r:THOMA lt. at Wan, of Colonel pINWAIL, con s7th year, THOMA G months, GEOR( A Path, Gam. daughter of the fifth Earl. of W William Trail!, LL.D., chancellor of the Cathed 95. Lady FRANCES vss. and reliet of Maine day, at Dover, ELL! LLISON BATES. incumb, NE
April 11, 1848 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
MARRIED.

MARRIED.

residence, Greenpark Buildings, Bath, the Lady Frances Trail, daughter of the fifth Earl of Wein)as, and relict of the Rev William Trail, LL.D., Chancellor of the Cathedral Church of Connor. SHIP NEWS. The Ann Harley, Scott, which sailed on Wednesday for New-
April 8, 1848 - Glasgow Courier - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
DEATHS.

DEATHS.

Green Park-buildings, Bath, the Lady Frances Trail, daughter of the fifth Earl of Wemyss, and relict of the late Rev. William Trail, LL.D., Chancellor of the Cathedral Church of Connor. April 1, at Weeting Hall, Am - elia, the wife of John Angerstein
April 6, 1848 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
POLICE;

POLICE;

Greenpark-buildings, Bath, the Lady Frances Trail, daughter of the fifth Earl of Wetnyss, and relict of the late Rev. William Trail, LL.D., Chancellor of the Cathedral Church of Connor. On the 2d inst., at Rose Cottage, Furnsfield, Mary Moises, the only
April 6, 1848 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England