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THE SUN, LON DON, SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY lO, 1849."

THE SUN, LON DON, SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY lO, 1849."

vice Prevost; the Hon. William George Boyle to be Second Lieutenant, by purchase, vice Daveney, Feb. 9. 25th Foot—Ensign William Trail Arnold to be Lieutenant, without purchase, vice Johnston, deceased, Nov. 2, 1848. 26th Foot—Ensign Augustus Frederick
February 10, 1849 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
I lint At Kilmalcolm, the 25th ultimo, the wife the R:;v. Macadam of the Free Church Kettle and Cults; j

I lint At Kilmalcolm, the 25th ultimo, the wife the R:;v. Macadam of the Free Church Kettle and Cults; j

Scott, niece of the Earl Meath. ! DEATHS. Suddenly, of apoplexy, while walking between Largo and Mill, the 31st ultimo, Mr William Trail, farmer. regretted. I ' At Bell Street, St. Andrews, the 3d instant, 3liss Julia Alow at. j Bahnalcolm, on the ultimo,
February 8, 1849 - Fife Herald - Cupar, Fife, Scotland
 
THE WILTS AND GLOUCESTERSHIRE STANDARD TUESDAY, DECEMBER 19.

THE WILTS AND GLOUCESTERSHIRE STANDARD TUESDAY, DECEMBER 19.

$. J. Jealfreson,Lsi , 11. Homer. rag., M.U. J. t% lie.. Esq. Surgeon W. Algeolty.. auq., M.D. Ueurge raps, asti. William ray are, trail. W. Ilona.. Es q., [Athlone The Ittuht. gun. lb. Umuutesa S. IL Steward. hag. U. Ilan. E.g. Capt. Magna. btr W. W
December 19, 1848 - Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard - Cirencester, Gloucestershire, England
 
THE ASHBY-DE-LA-ZOUCH AGRICULTURAL MEETING.

THE ASHBY-DE-LA-ZOUCH AGRICULTURAL MEETING.

Pickering, Wilham Sharp, ss. each. SxaaOV. —William iirnier 10s; William Heiiton, sen., William Henton, jun., William Gilbert, William Trail, Thomas Bobert Bradford, as. each. —John Bouser, Thomas Butler, John Cooper, Thomas Hawkins, ss. each. Swecstoxe.—Thomas
September 22, 1848 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
MARRIAGES.

MARRIAGES.

Aber deen, to Isabella, daughter of Alexander N isbet, Stuneyton, near Aberdeen. At tmedden, Dere, 31st ult, the Rev. William Trail, Free Church, Shone. to Margaret, y ,, unger daughter of the late Burry, Esq., Aberdeen Foundry. DEATHS. At Coniston, near
September 9, 1848 - Arbroath Guide - Arbroath, Angus, Scotland
 
2X7arri ages.

2X7arri ages.

Nisbet, Stoneyton. near Aberdeen. A 1 P'traedden, Dyce, on the 31st ult., by the Rev. George Moir, Newmachar, the Rev. William Trail, Free Church, bkene, to Margaret, younger daughter of the late John Barry, Esq., Aberdeen Foundry. Arbroath, on the 22d
September 6, 1848 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
MARRIAGES.

MARRIAGES.

daughter of Rev. Mr Morrison of Millscat. At Pitmeddcn, 1 )yec, on the 3lst ultimo, the Rev. George Moir, Newmachar. the Rev. William Trail, Free Church, Skene, Margaret, youngest daughter of tbc late John Barry, Esq.. Aberdeen Foundry. At 13, Duke Street, Edinburgh
September 5, 1848 - Banffshire Journal - Banff, Banffshire, Scotland
 
MINORITY-NOES, 25.

MINORITY-NOES, 25.

Teunent, R. J. Dawson, T. V. M'Taggart, Sir J. Thicknesse, It. A. D rumlanrig, Via. Maitland, Thomas Thornely, T. Marshall, William Trail, George Evans, William Matheson, James Trelawny, J. S. Fergus, John Matheson, Colonel Tynte, Colonel Ferguson, Sir R. Maule
May 18, 1848 - 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
 
IBirttu. At Falmouth, on tbe 6th inst., the Hon. Mrs. Masse v Yescombe, of a son. At Troillian Houae, on

IBirttu. At Falmouth, on tbe 6th inst., the Hon. Mrs. Masse v Yescombe, of a son. At Troillian Houae, on

the 7th inst., the lady "* k al. Frost, Eaq ., solicitor, of a daughter. At Copper Houte, last week, Che wile or Mr. William ' '"•trail, of a eoa. u « the 7th mat., at Ne. 68, Chester-square, tbe lady "■ A L. Goddard, Esq., M.P., of the Lawn, Swindon,
May 12, 1848 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England