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HIGH COURT OF JUSTICIARY.

HIGH COURT OF JUSTICIARY.

wife; and she being yet alive, he, on the 24th January 1842, in the house at Westness, in the Island of Housaoccupied by William Trail, Leq . of Woodwick, one of he r Majesty's Jutices of the Peace, entered into a matrimonial connection with Ann Warwick
July 12, 1843 - Witness (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
PATRONS.

PATRONS.

WILLIAM D. LA PUUCIik, ESQ. JAMES IRVINE, WILLIAM D. LA TOUCHE, ESQ. PHILIP J. bIARSORIBANILB, Esq. THOMAS PARNELL, ESQ. WILLIAM TRAIL, Q . WILLIAM WATSON, M. ROBERT WILSON, Q.
October 11, 1847 - Cheltenham Journal and Gloucestershire Fashionable Weekly Gazette. - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
< llU _.-rH _COURT Ui ' ' _JUSTICIARY . _Alosi ) AV _» JULY 10 . Mury _M'lnlyrc pleaded guilty

< llU _.-rH _COURT Ui ' ' _JUSTICIARY . _Alosi ) AV _» JULY 10 . Mury _M'lnlyrc pleaded guilty

vet alive , _lie , on tho _2-lth January _1842 , in the _house at _Weatncss , in the _Island of _Rousay , occupied _by _William Trail , Esq . of Woodwick , _one of . her _AIaJesty * a _Justices of _llio _Peace , entered into a matrimonial _connection witli
July 12, 1843 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
A YOUNG MAN AMISSINH . A YOUNG MAN , _mimed CIIAHLES _PEDDIE , _about 24 _years of _iigc , liitely

A YOUNG MAN AMISSINH . A YOUNG MAN , _mimed CIIAHLES _PEDDIE , _about 24 _years of _iigc , liitely

_llie Flesh _5 _Market Close , _opnosite tlif _Poultry . _Market , at present _possessed by William _F . iirservice , William Trail , MM _Marshall , MrsCampbell , William _Simpsoil , _anil Jo . epli _Napier . This _property is most eligibly _situated—it
January 14, 1829 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
SCOTS BANKRUPT .

SCOTS BANKRUPT .

_- _* rs 1 L _& J . Lothian _, ya _. 30 _, St _Andrew'tf Square Ibere , 7 th June _, at z _. States _of the _affaire of William _Trail of _lirotnB . < hlpo _« D < r _luKirkwalIiIieattheoniceofJaffleaFolheringhaatbeir _. — _^ o dividend _. APPUCATIOXS rott
May 23, 1838 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Aberdeen Airdrie and ltattatate Arbroath and For Ayr awl linpfphire. Caledonian Caledonian Cidedonir mul 'Artist Notthern— ..... Duilkk:e and nnol

Aberdeen Airdrie and ltattatate Arbroath and For Ayr awl linpfphire. Caledonian Caledonian Cidedonir mul 'Artist Notthern— ..... Duilkk:e and nnol

Street, Edinburgh, on 23th hurt, Mrs John Cook of a eon. Marriage.—At I.argo.on 2Oth inst. by tho Rev. Archibald Muir. Mr William Trail, draper. Cupar, to Janet, youngest daughter of the late Mr Edward Lee, Largo. Death—At !lull Prairie, Ohio. United States
October 30, 1845 - Fifeshire Journal - Kirkcaldy, Fife, Scotland
 
_HIRTJIS . At 71 _Princes' _Street , en _tlie _titli _inst . lira Clark , of a son . At

_HIRTJIS . At 71 _Princes' _Street , en _tlie _titli _inst . lira Clark , of a son . At

At _KentallcilMullon the 25 th lilt . Mrs Maclainc , widow ofUr Donald _Maclaine . At irull , on _the 28 th ult . Mr William Trail , lato _orAlichtcsacdcr . _•' At Southamptonon tlie 30 th ult . _Mrs _Hay , relict or _Gcueral llay of the York Chasseurs
February 6, 1847 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
BIRTHS,

BIRTHS,

dnngton, Regiment, and daughter of the late Thomas Strickland, Esq. of Kendal. On the 3d instant, at Bath, the Rev. Dr. William Trail, m the doth year of his age. On the sth instant, at the house of his nephew the Rev. H. V enn, Hull, the Rev. George King
February 10, 1831 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
SUSTENTATION FUND-MR TRAM AND MR bY TO THE EDITOR OP TNT ASPIIDEKT BANNER.

SUSTENTATION FUND-MR TRAM AND MR bY TO THE EDITOR OP TNT ASPIIDEKT BANNER.

of • it t to ham ark er nerd. may, Mat .ho a e rid wan In beings of of ear Clark or to the of then people.-1 am, Tows WILLIAM TRAIL. Manse, Skew, Jely 9,1843.
July 12, 1845 - Witness (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
COLINSBURGH.

COLINSBURGH.

purposes—Mr Robert Wilson. Best four Foals—Mr John Haig. Best Colt or Filly for agricultural purposes, foaled in 1834—Mr William Trail. Best two Foals—Mr John Haig. Best Boar—Mr Peter Christie. Best quarter White Wheat—General Durham. Best quarter of Chevalier
March 10, 1836 - Fife Herald - Cupar, Fife, Scotland