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THE CHARTIST CONVENTION.—This Day.

THE CHARTIST CONVENTION.—This Day.

ittth year, her residence Bath, the Lady Frances Trail, daughter of the fifth Karl of Wemyss, and relict of the late Bev. William Trail, LL.D., Chancellor of the Cathedral Church of Connor. On the 4th Inst., Highcliffo, near Christchurch, James GrertUe, the
April 8, 1848 - John Bull - London, London, England
 
MARRIAGES.

MARRIAGES.

Green Park-buildings, B - th, the Lady Frances Trail, daughter of the fifth Earl of Wemyse, and relict of the late Rev. William Trail, L.L.D., Chancellor of the Cathedral Church of Connor. in her 9fith year. On the 24, at Chelten: MI, the Hon Andrew Ramsay
April 8, 1848 - Tablet - London, London, England
 
BIRTHS. April 2, Mrs. H. J. Wallis, of this city, of son. April 3, Mrs. Owen Angel, of this city,

BIRTHS. April 2, Mrs. H. J. Wallis, of this city, of son. April 3, Mrs. Owen Angel, of this city,

residence, Greenpark Buildings, the Lady Frances rail, daughter of the fifth Earl of Wemyss, and relict of the late Rev. William Trail, L.L.D., Chancellor of Connor. March 30, at Torquay, the Rev. J. T. Barclay, Incumbent St. Simon's, Bristol. - March 27
April 8, 1848 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
MARRIED.

MARRIED.

residence, Greenpark Buildings, Bath, the Lady Frances Trail, daughter of the fifth Earl of Wein)as, and relict of the Rev William Trail, LL.D., Chancellor of the Cathedral Church of Connor. SHIP NEWS. The Ann Harley, Scott, which sailed on Wednesday for New-
April 8, 1848 - Glasgow Courier - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
DEATHS.

DEATHS.

age, at Greenpark-lmil.Hng*, Bath, the Frances Trail, tianghler of the fifth Farl Wcroyas, and relict of the late Rev. William Trail, LL.D., Clianeellor of the Cathedral Chnreh Connor. the 2nd imt., Roar CotUar, Fumsfield, Mary MoUcs, the only daughter
April 8, 1848 - Carlisle Patriot - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
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Her ladyship was daughter of the - sixth Earl of Wemyss, grandfather of the present peer, and was relict of the Rev. William Trail, LL.D., who died in February,lB3l. ARTESIAN WELLS FOR THE METROPOLIS.—On Thursday evening a fully-attended meeting of the
April 7, 1848 - Universe - London, London, England
 
DEATHS.

DEATHS.

Green-park-buildings, Bath, the Lady Frances Trail, daughter of the fifth Earl of Wemyss, and relict of the late Rev. William Trail, LL.D., Chancellor of the Cathedral Church of Connor. April 1, at Weeting-hall, Amelia, the wife of John .Angerstein, Esq
April 7, 1848 - Monthly Times - London, London, England
 
Wanted a Wife.— The revolution of France has produced strange wonders, and amongs. the recent impor- tations has been a

Wanted a Wife.— The revolution of France has produced strange wonders, and amongs. the recent impor- tations has been a

Green Park-buildings, Bath, the Lady Frances Trail, daughter of the fifth Earl of Wemyss, and relict of the late Rev. William Trail, LL.D., Chancellor of the Cathedral Church of Connor. On the Oth inst.. in Ssville-row, the Rev. William R. Bright, el
April 6, 1848 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
A deputation of the Quadrant Improvement Asso- ciation, consisting of Messrs. Crane, Muss, Snnxell, and Poulson, and Mr. Newton, secretary,

A deputation of the Quadrant Improvement Asso- ciation, consisting of Messrs. Crane, Muss, Snnxell, and Poulson, and Mr. Newton, secretary,

Her Ladyship was daughter of the sixth Earl of j V emyss, grandfather of the present Peer, and was relict of | the Rev. William Trail, LLD., whi died in February, 1631. " | Heath of the Hon. Andrew Ramsay. — This I geutleman died on the 2d instant at Cheltenham
April 6, 1848 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
DEATHS.

DEATHS.

Green Park-buildings, Bath, the Lady Frances Trail, daughter of the fifth Earl of Wemyss, and relict of the late Rev. William Trail, LL.D., Chancellor of the Cathedral Church of Connor. April 1, at Weeting Hall, Am - elia, the wife of John Angerstein
April 6, 1848 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England