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ITALY.

ITALY.

Lad y shi p w as daughter of the sixth wEarl of NV o e fin Yss, grandfather of the present Peer, and Ras relict the Rev. William Trail, LL.D., who; died in February, 1831. Edmund, 5 yrs—*Mr- Brown's br h Sir Peter Laurie, 4 yrs. The Surrey Hunt Stakes of
April 6, 1848 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
MINORITY-NOMS,, 74.

MINORITY-NOMS,, 74.

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. On the let inst., at Westing Hall, Amelia, the wife of John Angcrsteia, Esq. London: Printed and Published by MURDO
April 5, 1848 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
ECCLESIASTICAL FUNDS.

ECCLESIASTICAL FUNDS.

Green - park-buildings, Bath, the Ladf Frances Trail, daughter of the fifth Earl of Wemyss, and relict of the late Rev. William Trail, LL.D. On the Ist inst., at Weeting Hall, Amelia, the wife ofJolin Angersteix, Esq. London: Printed and Published by MURDO
April 5, 1848 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
DIED.

DIED.

of Sir Richard Puleston, Bart. On the lath inst., at Dorking, Surrey, Mrs. Walter, aged 75. On the 19th inst., George William Trail, Esq., aged 55. On the 20th inst., at Claremont-terrace, Alexander Galloway, Esq., of West-street, Smithfield, in his 72d
November 23, 1847 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
/dandiest,. & Sout.harnpt. 2 14...... ....... -- 111.i1dand Do. 50i. 50i. 9 Do. Birm., and Derby100 Midland Consol. Brist. &

/dandiest,. & Sout.harnpt. 2 14...... ....... -- 111.i1dand Do. 50i. 50i. 9 Do. Birm., and Derby100 Midland Consol. Brist. &

on Saturday, at No. SA, Tenterden-street, Hanover-square (in connexion with the Oriental Club), on the body of George William Trail!, Esq., aged 54, late of the East India Company's Civil Service.—Sir T. E. Colbrooke, Bart., stated that the deceased was
November 23, 1847 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
. _ 7_ ----' COM.YISSIONS OF LUNACY.

. _ 7_ ----' COM.YISSIONS OF LUNACY.

Westminster, at 5, Tenterdon-street, Hanover-square (in connection with the Oriental Club), on the body of Mr. George William Trail], aged 54 years, late of the East India civil service. From the evidence of Sir T. E. Colebrook, of 18, Park-lane, a cousin
November 23, 1847 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
LONDON, TUESDAY EVEN! NG, NOTEMBER 233 1847.

LONDON, TUESDAY EVEN! NG, NOTEMBER 233 1847.

on Saturday, at No. ss, Tenterden-street, Hanover-square (in connexion with the Oriental Club), on the body of George William Trail!, Esq., aged 54, late of the East India Company's Civil Service.—Sir T. E. Colbrooke, Bart., stated that the deceased was
November 23, 1847 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
CONTRACT FOR COALS.

CONTRACT FOR COALS.

R. Johnstone, Esq. James Irvine, Esq. - William D. La Touche, Esq. Philip J. Marjoribanks, Esq. Thomas Parnell, Esq. William Trail, Esq. William Watson, Esq. Robert Wilson, Esq. (Fro* the Most Noble the Marquis of Stafford) Mr. Eisenberg has extracted
November 11, 1847 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
IRISH RELIEF ASSOCIATION for the DESTITUTE PEASANTRY, being a Re-organisation of the Association formed during the Period of Famine in

IRISH RELIEF ASSOCIATION for the DESTITUTE PEASANTRY, being a Re-organisation of the Association formed during the Period of Famine in

Marjoribanks, Esq. Henry Bowie y,E .ç. Henry C. Hore, Esq. Thomas Parnell, Esq. Richard Cane, 1 ,c. W. D. Hull, Esq. William Trail, Esq. W. H. Carroll ;E Sir John K. James, Bart. William Watson, Esq. William Ming ESCI. R. Johnstone, Esq. Robert Wilson
October 23, 1847 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
LONDON, THURSDAY, MARCH 11, 1847. IMP ORTANT PUBLIC MEETING of PERSONS FAVOURABLE to the GOVERNMENT MEASURES for the EDUCATION of

LONDON, THURSDAY, MARCH 11, 1847. IMP ORTANT PUBLIC MEETING of PERSONS FAVOURABLE to the GOVERNMENT MEASURES for the EDUCATION of

James, Bart. R. Johnstone, Esq. James Irvine, Esq. William D. Latouche, Esq. Philip J. Marjoribanks, Thomas Parnell, Esq. William Trail, Egg William Watson, Esq. Robert Wilson, Esq. THEATRICALS, CONCERT GIVERS, &c.—Mears. CHAPMAN, ELCOATE, and Company, PRINTERS
March 11, 1847 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England