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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
 
EXCERPTS FROM PUNCH.

EXCERPTS FROM PUNCH.

were examined, and defendant was ordered to keep the peace in future. FRlDAY.—Before M. J. Michael and J. Oakshot, Esqrs William S. Trail and J•ohn Woodman were sworn in as constables for the South Dock. Robert Thompson, sailor, was charged with deserting
May 23, 1860 - Swansea and Glamorgan Herald - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
The LONDON GAZETTE of FRIDAY, Nov. 9.

The LONDON GAZETTE of FRIDAY, Nov. 9.

retires; Cornet George Charles Selwyn Durant to be Lieutenant, by purchase, vice Digby. 4th Regiment of Foot-Lieutentant William Trail Antold, from the 2.5th Foot, to be Lieutenant, vice Poyntz, who exethan ges. 5th Foot-Captain John Massy, from half-pay
November 10, 1849 - Morning 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
 
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
 
. fS'• THE STATESMAN, From the LONDON GAZETTE, 14. M. C. Hubbard, 'Oxford-street, haberdashers—R. in a trade not strictly legal,

. fS'• THE STATESMAN, From the LONDON GAZETTE, 14. M. C. Hubbard, 'Oxford-street, haberdashers—R. in a trade not strictly legal,

, 'losses to 'be bieuteuant, vice .Edereipr, deceased.. CI - Neill, Gait. to be ensign, vice Fairtlougit. 44th Ditto, William Trail Douglas, Gent: to be Ensign, Rhout purchase, vice .Latbant; appointment has uut taken place. 70th Ditto, Lientenoat Do
April 16, 1812 - Statesman (London) - 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
 
PEARLS SOLD, CLEANED, AND STRUNG•

PEARLS SOLD, CLEANED, AND STRUNG•

the LIFE and WRITINGS of ROBEra SIMSON, NI:D. late Professcw of Mathematics in the University of Glasgow. . By the Rev. WILLIAM TRAIL, LL.D. F.R.S. Edinburgh, Mer;_iber of the Royal Irish Academy, aud . Chancellor of St. Saviour's ' Connor. Printed . for
December 23, 1812 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
THE LONDON GAZETTE OF FRIDAY FEBRUARY 10.

THE LONDON GAZETTE OF FRIDAY FEBRUARY 10.

Beauclerk; Comet James Alston Clark-, to he Lieu- Ham f.tenant, by purchase, vice Clarke.tie 4th Regient ef Foot-Lieutenant, William Trail Arnold to ?? Captain by purchase, vice Stewart, who retires; Ensign Samuel Iae -Winter. froac the 50th Foot, to be Ensign
February 11, 1854 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England