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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
 
Numerous applications have been receiv-d from persons who hail omitted t give notice before the 10th October last of their

Numerous applications have been receiv-d from persons who hail omitted t give notice before the 10th October last of their

er k ; Cornet James Alstoa Clark to be Lieutenant, by purchase, vice Clarke, Feb. 10. 4th Regiment of Foot--Lieutenant William Trail Arnold to be Captain, by purchase, vice Stewart, who retires ; Ensign Samuel Winter, from the bah Foot, to be ensign, Feb
February 11, 1854 - Sun (London) - 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
 
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
 
the LONDON GAZETTE of Tuesday. LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S-OFFICE, MARCH 30. Notice is hereby given, that the Queen will hold a Draw-

the LONDON GAZETTE of Tuesday. LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S-OFFICE, MARCH 30. Notice is hereby given, that the Queen will hold a Draw-

be Lieutenant; John Landah to be Dentenbe W illiam Gowan D o bi e t o b e E ns i gn; George Robertsen to tee h n sign ; William Trail, M.D., to be Honorary Assistant-Sur,4ee David Gillespie to be Captain Commandant; - ..ogarth to be Captain • William to
May 3, 1860 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
POLICE COURT -YEST'ERDAY.

POLICE COURT -YEST'ERDAY.

Christian bodies in general." The Rev. J. Richardson, of St. Ann's, seConded the resolution, which was carried.—The Rev. William Trail, M.A., of St. Andrew's Free Church, Oxford-road, moved the next resolution:—" That the design to endow priests for our
January 26, 1854 - Northern Daily Times - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
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
 
AQUATICS.

AQUATICS.

Mathew James Edward Fag an, M.D. ; William Cherry, Gent. ; Samuel Edward lunsell, Gent. ; Edward Knapp Wurtele Smith, M.D.; William Trail, M.D.; Nicholas Avent, Gent.; Martin Joseph Burke, M.D., vice Creasey, appointed to the 25th Foot ; Wm. C. Robinson, Gent
February 22, 1860 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
EXECUTION AT ABERDEEN.

EXECUTION AT ABERDEEN.

fractured in two places. DREADFUL ACCIDsET.-On Saturday' last, at a house on the turnpike road, near 'the bridge of Dee, as William Trail, one of the tenants, a quarrier, was looking with a- lighted candle ftor some articles in a press, where a quantity (about
November 9, 1818 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
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