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HAVE APPOINTED

HAVE APPOINTED

H. Carroll, Bag. Philip J. Idajaribanka, Iraq. William Erlingtia, Xoq. Tbonim I Parnell,Foq. Robert R. °income, Req. I William Trail, P. , m. R. S. Geismar*, Zap. Robert Wiliam, Bag. Hoary C. Hosea. Bei. William Wawa, Esq. The Marl of Rodeo. The Vlseouot
February 15, 1847 - Cheltenham Journal and Gloucestershire Fashionable Weekly Gazette. - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
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Javoite, Beet. R. Jokows. Ewe. ' James fr.ise, Eq. I*se. D. Leteachil. Fat. Philip 1. Majaritwals, Pen. Parnell. Req. William Trail. V.q. I Robert Wilson. Eau; William Watson. Req. ISCISTA &I IS. Rev. C. H. Mtnehis, I lifers John Porter. Req. _ Welted
February 1, 1847 - Cheltenham Journal and Gloucestershire Fashionable Weekly Gazette. - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
MARRIAGES.

MARRIAGES.

age, at Greeoparkbuildings, Bath, Lady Frances Trail, daughter of the fifth Earl Weniyss, and relict of the late llcv. William Trail, LL.D., Chancellor of the Cathedral Chuicli of Connor. the Ist instant, at West-hill, Wandsworth, aged 26 years, Francks
April 8, 1848 - Liverpool Mail - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
POLITICAL.

POLITICAL.

takes bis stand in opposition to the Poor-law ; and a number of Chartists have resolved promote his election. The Reverend William Trail, of Bushmills, the county of Antrim, has published a petition to Parliament, which is sending about for signatures among
April 23, 1841 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
DOMESTIC NEWS.

DOMESTIC NEWS.

villain, and we hope soon hear his being placed before the tribunal of Juitiee.—•Muitiibme " Unpaid" ClLEltOV,—The Reverend William Trail, of Brushnillls, the county of Antrim, has published petition to Parliament, which is sending about for signatureg among
April 17, 1841 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
SHARE LIST—THIS DAY.

SHARE LIST—THIS DAY.

Fool—Herbal Charles Gray, Gent., to Second Lieu tenant, without parch ale, vies Peddle, declared ; November 20. 23th Foot William Trail Arnold, Gent, to be Enoig-, purebare.viee John Hoot Camming, whore appointment beat cancel ted: Nov. 20. 27th Foot.—Eotlgn
November 20, 1846 - Globe - London, London, England
 
his property . —John Hughes, for stealing lamp, the property of Henry Welch, nt Birmingham.—/oA« Coltison, for stealing Aston, silver

his property . —John Hughes, for stealing lamp, the property of Henry Welch, nt Birmingham.—/oA« Coltison, for stealing Aston, silver

eight half-crowns, and other monies, Ac. —Charles Crockett aud John Essex, charged on suspicion having assaulted John William Trail, at Milverton, and forcibly taken from him umbrella and a silver watch, his property. —Charles Latham, charged with assaulting
April 8, 1826 - Warwick and Warwickshire Advertiser - Warwick, Warwickshire, England
 
-in7olllfl NEWS.

-in7olllfl NEWS.

who retires; Cornet George Charles Selwyn Inuont to be lieut., by purchase. trios Dtgby. 4111 Regiment of Foot—Lient. William Trail Arnold, from the 25th Foot, to be Lieut. vice Poyutz, who exchanges. sth Foot—Capt. John Massy, from half-pay Unattsehoti
November 24, 1849 - Home News for India, China and the Colonies - London, London, England
 
Fmtn'J.cLOXItOX GAZETTE (J Xk umber JO.

Fmtn'J.cLOXItOX GAZETTE (J Xk umber JO.

list Foot— Herbert Charles Gray. Gent, to be Second Lieutenant, without purchase, vice Peildie, deceased. 25th Foot— William Trail Arnold, Gent., to be Ensign, by purchase, v ce John Hunt dimming, whose appointment has been cancelled. 27th Foot— Ensign
November 21, 1846 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
RAILIVAV NOTICES.

RAILIVAV NOTICES.

Manchester, muslin manufacturers. George Machin and George Philip Machin. Wetherby. Yorkshire, cutlers. John Fitter and William Trail. Durham, linen drapers. William Cluft, Robert Maxwell. John Chaff, and William Maxwell, Brown-street, Manchester. W. J
July 15, 1840 - Globe - London, London, England