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March 6, 1800 - Calcutta Gazette - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
SUFFOLK and GENERAL COUNTRT ESTABLISHED 1802, WITH A CAPITAL OF £100,000 Sterling. , DIRECTORS. TAMES OAKES, Esq. JOHN COBBOLD, Esq.

SUFFOLK and GENERAL COUNTRT ESTABLISHED 1802, WITH A CAPITAL OF £100,000 Sterling. , DIRECTORS. TAMES OAKES, Esq. JOHN COBBOLD, Esq.

Cross, for Wells ; Liberty, Wray, for Yarmouth ; Hull Packet, Andrews, for London ; Juno, Newton ; Expedition, Rest; William and .-"■ trail, George; and Providence, Pkkersgill ; foi Hull ; all with corn. — '» light colliers. r I^HE STOKE FERRY ASSEMBLY -L
October 7, 1807 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
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Forfyth - 1 0O Mr Philips - ?? . 1 0 °0: tr Malagan at Taymauth - l 1 0 Nimmo and Co. 010 - ¢ Captain Jack - 0 7 0 Rev. Dr William Trail - 1 1 *0 A. Pilby - - O0 Sir Charles Ednwonflon, Bart. - 1 1 0 ?? I. -I 1 0 M. and M. - - 0 l 6 D. Cbrbet o - - 05 0 J3hn
August 21, 1809 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
BIRTH.—The Lady of CRAWFORD DAVISON, Esq, of Finsbury-square, London, of a daughter.

BIRTH.—The Lady of CRAWFORD DAVISON, Esq, of Finsbury-square, London, of a daughter.

the vessel has become a coin-I h plete 'r~reclc, but the crew 'and cargo are saved, chiefly owing to the exertions of William Trail;- Esq.' younger of J h Frotoft, and Willianm Strang, Esq. at Lopness, who, at d the risk of their livet, went over to~the
December 26, 1810 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
NEW POPULAR WORKS.

NEW POPULAR WORKS.

gn Thomas Fairtlough to be Lieutenant, vice Edensor, deceased; O'Neill, Cent. to be Ensign, Fairtiough. 6411 t Ditto —William Trail Douglas, Cert. to be Ensign, with. out purchase, vice Latham, whose appointment has not tam place. 70th Ditto--Lieutenant
April 15, 1812 - Star (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
 
CORN tXCtIAIWB, Mav 27-

CORN tXCtIAIWB, Mav 27-

halt-pay. John Riach, Geul. vice Brown, placed . * . Erratum in The Gazelle of lt« Kill of Apii! last, fittli Foot —For William Trail Doaglas, Genl. U> Ensign, read EUinuml Alexander Douglas, Geut. Ensign. Tie under-menlioned Gentlemen are appointed Ensigns
May 27, 1812 - Globe - London, London, England
 
29th Ditto.

29th Ditto.

Johu Riach. Gent. vice Brows), placed on half-pay. EltUATUtii i>l the Gazette of the 14th of April last. 64th Foot. For William Trail Douai's, Gent. to bejlnsign, Stead &tamed Alexander Douglas, Gent. to be Ensign: hiltsionANDuat. Captain R. B. Webber,
May 27, 1812 - Star (London) - London, London, England
 
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GeorgeOmsnou Esq. . - estat ?? Rev. William Broa4footi, minister of ti'e cqapel ; wrhe n Ta£9tRE t -- ?? * a'vea et.' William Trail, 'Es'q. youinges' dt'lirotomtd " 3 : b Wl'ilhasssSinladir, Esq.--f BrecL'. e 1 ,. ?? ef 3) - .: - -COMS5nTTeZ 03' ?? .
November 26, 1812 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
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