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Hore, Esq., Sir John K. James, Mart., William D. Latouche, Esq., Philip J. Marjoribanks, Esq., Thomas Parnell, Esq., William Trail, Esq., Robert Wilson, Esq.
December 8, 1846 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
The LONDON GAZETTE of TUESDAY, July 14.

The LONDON GAZETTE of TUESDAY, July 14.

John Thomason, of SMascilestsr, ?? Maeehin and George Philip Macbin, of Wetiherby, Yorkshire, cutlers-' John Fittes And William Trail, of Durham, ?? Cluiff Robert Maxwell, John Cluff, and William Maxweti, of Brown- street, Manchestar-W. J. Hammond and Pt
July 15, 1840 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Shipping Intelligence.

Shipping Intelligence.

total-wreck of the St Patrick steamer, George Shute, master, and the less of six persons-her two mates (John Tulckey and William Trail), two of her seamen (fowley Jones and David Humphrey), and two steerage passen. gers, man and wife, natives of the county
December 6, 1838 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
yAY ASSOCIATION, for A 4 in the PROTECTION of LIDING the IRISH CLERGY CHURCH PROPERI"" ,tees. Viscount Lorto Lord Farnhat

yAY ASSOCIATION, for A 4 in the PROTECTION of LIDING the IRISH CLERGY CHURCH PROPERI"" ,tees. Viscount Lorto Lord Farnhat

George, Esq John Jones, Esq J. Devonsher Jackson, Esq., M.P. ICol. O'Donnell, C.B James Booker, Esq John Cromie, Esq William Trail, Esct 1 Geo. Hepenstall, Esq Colonel Palliser IA Friend, per the Lord Primate lOO 0 1 1 8. M., per the Earl of 1 Bandon
December 15, 1835 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
ORKNEY ELECTION.

ORKNEY ELECTION.

has been returned by a majority of thirty. The nomination took place on the 23d ultimo, when Mr. Trail! was proposed by William Trail, Esq. of Woodwick, and seconded by Thomas Hutton, Esq., factor for Lord Dundas. Mr. Balfour was proposed by James Spence
February 16, 1835 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
SENTENCES.

SENTENCES.

years of age, of prepossessing appearance, was placed at the bar before Mr. Hosicps, charged with robbing his master, Mr. William Trail, pawnbroker, No. 14, Chapel-street, Edgware-road. An uncle of the prisoner here begged of Mr. Trail not to go on with the
December 6, 1833 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
PARLIAMENTARY PRINTING.

PARLIAMENTARY PRINTING.

provision for a light to be built on the Gannet Rock during the ensuing summer.” Died, at Bath, on the 3d instant, the Rev. William Trail, LL.D., Chancellor of the Diocese of Down and Connor. Dr. Trail was chosen Professor of Mathematics in Marischal College
February 23, 1831 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
DIED.

DIED.

Esq. Feb. 2, in Duchess-street, Portland-place, Thomas Hope, Esq. of Deepdene, Surrey. Feb. 3, at Bath, the Rev. Dr. William Trail, in the 85th year of his age. Feb. 3, at her house in Salisbury-square, Rebekah relict of the late Gilbert Jones, Esq.
February 12, 1831 - Baldwin's London Weekly Journal - London, London, England
 
SHIP NEWS.

SHIP NEWS.

een, in the 93d year of her age, Mrs. Collett, relict of the late Richard Collett, Esq. Feb. 3, at Bath, the Rev. Dr. William Trail, in the 85th year of his age. Feb. 3, at Hudsutt, in the county of Devon, after a painful and protracted illness, which
February 8, 1831 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
IRELANV. MPORTANT TRIAL.-CONSPIRACY TO 3IURDER A LADY AND HER SERVANT. (From a Cork Paper.) Bartholomew Neal, aged 18 years, and

IRELANV. MPORTANT TRIAL.-CONSPIRACY TO 3IURDER A LADY AND HER SERVANT. (From a Cork Paper.) Bartholomew Neal, aged 18 years, and

deposed, that she resides on the middle Glanmire-road, where she has resided for a period of six years, and is widow of William Trail!, surgeon, R. N., who is dead a little better than two years and a half. Mary Morrison, a Scotch girl, and about 16 wears
April 18, 1829 - Baldwin's London Weekly Journal - London, London, England