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From tie London Gae-lte, April 26.

From tie London Gae-lte, April 26.

Robert Hamilton to be Profeifor of Mathematics in Marifchal College in the U- r.ivcrfity cf Aberdeen, in die room of Mr William Trail, de- cealed. The ?? his been pleafed to approve the appointment of Mr Nicholas ?? to be his Duni.li Majefty's Conful in
April 30, 1777 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
tation.

tation.

be of his Ma,^ *° ourable Privy Council in the ,!en to appoint Mr. p to be Mathematics the Univcrfity of Aber- of Mr. William Trail, de- approve the ap. Furfniann to be hIS fifty's Conful the Britifli channel, Ports of the Briftol channel. Ge PRICES corn
April 30, 1777 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Monday Night's Poll ( By Exprefs. ) From the LONDON GAZETTE, April 26. S: April BA. llcagijogit N Purmance oi

Monday Night's Poll ( By Exprefs. ) From the LONDON GAZETTE, April 26. S: April BA. llcagijogit N Purmance oi

RoSert Hamilton to be ProleffOr of NI nhematicks in Marikha. College in the Univertity of Aberdeen, in the room of Mr. William Trail, deceafed. The King has been plealed to approse th. .'app int. Men t of Mr. Nicholas Forfmann to be D ,:ifitri Ma. ,edy's
April 29, 1777 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
CommjTtee of "M_.*ff«riEi—.

CommjTtee of "M_.*ff«riEi—.

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January 3, 1774 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
GAINERS of Premiums upon the Sixth Class. For the greateft quantities of Flax raifed and drefled of Crop 17. J

GAINERS of Premiums upon the Sixth Class. For the greateft quantities of Flax raifed and drefled of Crop 17. J

Kinglafiie - - - 11- 6 Andrew Cowan — May field. — Kirkcaldy - - a 9 6 Andrew Bogie — — Auchtnoutie — — Markinch - - a 9 fj William Trail — — Rankeilor parks Monymcr.l - - - 710 a James Clapperton — 1 WaUvailermart, Sec. Wemvfs, &c. - - a _ a. FOR FAR- SHIRK-
December 29, 1773 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Extract of a letter from Aberdeen, Sept. I- ,1

Extract of a letter from Aberdeen, Sept. I- ,1

Laft week ended the competition for the* 1 ' thematical chair cf tbe Marifhal College ; mh** prize was adjudged to Mr. William Trail." ,„ On Friday night laft, as a countrym3n w* s -n paring to mount hi-a horfe in the waterg*- c I Perth, in order to get
September 3, 1766 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Thr ABERDEEN J O U R N Fdk X O N D ON, •

Thr ABERDEEN J O U R N Fdk X O N D ON, •

2. Laft week ended the Competition for the Mathematical Chair of theMariOul College; U&en the Pxjze was adjudged to Mr William Trail. ■' Arrived, The Adventure, Baxter, the , Chriftte, born Hull; the DiQ>atch, Frafer, the Otter, Bull, from London ; the
September 1, 1766 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Charles Humble, a Captain in the 48th regiment. William Cockburn, Captain-Lieutenant, and "Robert Burrowes, a Lieutenant, in the 49th regiment.

Charles Humble, a Captain in the 48th regiment. William Cockburn, Captain-Lieutenant, and "Robert Burrowes, a Lieutenant, in the 49th regiment.

Briti£l\ parliament, in the root), the Earl of Sutherland, deceafed. There were twenty-three Peers prefent at the ele&ion. Mr William Trail, ProfeJJ'or of Mathematics the Marifchal college, Aberdeen : A place obtained on comparative trial, at which there were
August 1, 1766 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
or >hn ace \ LL PERSON S- indebted the E ot.T O-M S ALDER, late Beioick upon Tweed, (»’Bankrupt) aie

or >hn ace \ LL PERSON S- indebted the E ot.T O-M S ALDER, late Beioick upon Tweed, (»’Bankrupt) aie

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March 5, 1763 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England