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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
 
2, I’enscod-atreet,

2, I’enscod-atreet,

who retires.—Cornet George Charles'Selw\n Durant to be Lieutenant, purchase, vice Digby. Regiment of Foot, Lieutenant William Trail Arnold, from the 25th Foot, to be Lieutenant, vice Foyntz, who exchang's. sth Foot, Captain John Massy, from half-pay
November 10, 1849 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
THE SHIPPING AND iHdERC ANTI tit GAZETTE. .SATURDAY, .SEPTEMBER 26

THE SHIPPING AND iHdERC ANTI tit GAZETTE. .SATURDAY, .SEPTEMBER 26

Ollvcf, for hit eomplitnce with their wish, that be should take the eftair, and fur his conduct therein. This sreonded William Trail, Esq , and motl cordially adopted. Ch'OHielt. fUHHtii!* TEL LIU Kf/VH. Tin Kreocli |w|ien of cousin ■.< frcli ia. ti-lliKeore
September 26, 1840 - Shipping and Mercantile Gazette - London, London, England
 
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
 
DON GAZETTE FRIDA Y, Nov. SO. FOREIGN OFFICE, Nov. 19. pen line been to approve of Senhor Joao Mias., w

DON GAZETTE FRIDA Y, Nov. SO. FOREIGN OFFICE, Nov. 19. pen line been to approve of Senhor Joao Mias., w

Colliiues, the West India Regiment -Herbert Charles Gray, Gent., to be Second Lieutenaat, base, vice Peddle, deceased. -William Trail Arnold, Gent., Ensign, by pnr- John Hunt Cumming, whose appointment has been -Ensign Brabazon Noble to be Lieutenant, purchase
November 23, 1846 - The Evening Chronicle - London, London, England
 
PKIZB MONET.

PKIZB MONET.

Tbailunoa. who retires; Cornel George Charles Bel wye Durant to L'eut. purchase, vice Dlgby. 4th Regiment of Foot—Lleat William Trail Arnold, from the 36th Foot, to be Lieut, vice PqynU, who exchangee _6thFoot— Capt. John Many, from half-pay Unat, be Capt
November 12, 1849 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED.

PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED.

Thompson, Manchester, moslin mantVac urers.. G. Marhin and G. Philip ..lachin, Wetherby, Yorkshire, cutlers.. John Fittes and William Trail, Durham, linen drapers.. W lliam duff and Co. Manchester W. J. Hammond and R. M. Raymond, Liverpool, lessees of the Liver
July 19, 1840 - Bell's Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
I VION HALL.

I VION HALL.

biro wilh his 6<ts, and knocked him dowo; while he was upon the growl kicked hint very savage manner, and disabled him. William Trail , the rook of the vessel, confirmed the boy s ' ,t«trecent, and said the male w:a« continually 111-using tire boy. i and
December 16, 1835 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 
IRaTi

IRaTi

Fore Presbytery of mot i. II deals abseils., Them day, —the lbs. Mr Moderatm Tb boa. lb. am Ms saw of bassist/4m of Rm. William Trail .1 Awe to lb. Omsk Misr Um mikes mortise meat Imo* by Mr Primrose, Mr Trail bad I. mass translations Ma Fyn Is solemnities
October 25, 1845 - Witness (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
WILLIAM INNES

WILLIAM INNES

ENTRY, MIME LIME QUARRY in the Farm of DUM- - BARNIE, on the Estate of Lahill, in the Parish of Largo, lately occupied by William Trail. Te superior quality of the Lime, especially for Building purposes, is well known ; and, from its favourable situation
June 5, 1845 - Fifeshire Journal - Kirkcaldy, Fife, Scotland