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UNPARALLELED ATTRACTION. WILLIAM TRAIL, (LATE OF THE FIRM AND TRAIL), tinrn and woollen DRAPER, nST respectfully announrus to tile luLftliittuitiof

UNPARALLELED ATTRACTION. WILLIAM TRAIL, (LATE OF THE FIRM AND TRAIL), tinrn and woollen DRAPER, nST respectfully announrus to tile luLftliittuitiof

UNPARALLELED ATTRACTION. WILLIAM TRAIL, (LATE OF THE FIRM AND TRAIL), tinrn and woollen DRAPER, nST respectfully announrus to tile luLftliittuitiof and its iu Siavaa wl.ur. liMreocvcd NfiW AND VERY EAirn SIVB ASRORT'IENT '' 1,(1 tQ 1,(, Ni-W giorlt. lie
July 4, 1840 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
EVENING MAIL, FROM MONDAY, FEBRUARY 7, TO WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1881.

EVENING MAIL, FROM MONDAY, FEBRUARY 7, TO WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1881.

Ilford, Essex, at a very advanced age, Mr. James Rridrer, much respected. .... ....... Oa the Sd inst., Bata, the Rev. Dr. William Trail, la the 85th year of his age. Thursday, the 3d inst.. the Rue Rivoli, Paris, after lingering Illness, aged 87, Prances
February 9, 1831 - Evening Mail - 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
 
POREIGN RAILWAYS.

POREIGN RAILWAYS.

Lady Sarah Usdaay.... On the * TRAIL, theen-park.buildiage, the i. liii faoghter the lari of Wemyer. and , Church Rre. William Trail. , 1 of Connor.... On tfed, ' fifth aon*of age. the Hoo. ANDRhS AU-lACha^ eighth Earl Dalhouaie.... Oo mt.. ai nmpelle
April 9, 1848 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
itatirlitm, palladia 17, 1849. ♦ JIBMABRABLICOII IN HOBART TOWN T PILL/ AND OUlTszrr.--Major Welch. of Bridge, Hobert Town, writes that

itatirlitm, palladia 17, 1849. ♦ JIBMABRABLICOII IN HOBART TOWN T PILL/ AND OUlTszrr.--Major Welch. of Bridge, Hobert Town, writes that

retires; Corne• George Charles Selwyn Durant to be Lieutenant, by purchase, vice Digby. 4th Regiment of Foot—Lieutenant William Trail Arnold, from the 25th Foot, to be Lieutenant, vice Poyntz, who exchanges. sth Foot—Captain'John Massy, from half pay unattached
November 17, 1849 - Tablet - London, London, England
 
Sweeptakes.

Sweeptakes.

purposes—Mr Robert Wilson Best four Foals—Ms J o hn H a i g Best Colt or Filly for agricultural purposes, foaled in IB34—Mr William Trail Best two Foals—Mr John Haig Best Boar—Mr Peter Christie Best quarter of White Wheat—General Durham Best quarter of Chevalier
March 3, 1836 - Fifeshire Journal - Kirkcaldy, Fife, Scotland
 
THB BIRMINGHAM ORGAN.

THB BIRMINGHAM ORGAN.

Friday Mary Prtmllet, womau aaiy forbidding appearattca* waa cbilged at Ik* Thamea Polk* OBoa with bocaaaißf aaUor, aaawd William Trail, and robbing him of CIS. Tba aailor atatad that a* via paid off Wadaasday, at 11 a'clarit. and hi* way home, when b* awl
September 30, 1843 - Warwick and Warwickshire Advertiser - Warwick, Warwickshire, England
 
Entettigente. (From the United Serrice Gazette.) nd de ill WAR OFFICE, FEB. 9. , 3 rd Light Dragoons—Cornet James Macqueen

Entettigente. (From the United Serrice Gazette.) nd de ill WAR OFFICE, FEB. 9. , 3 rd Light Dragoons—Cornet James Macqueen

purchase, e Prevost; the lion. William George Boyle to be Second Li eutenant, by purchase, vice Daveney, Feb. 9. 2 5th—Ensign William Trail Arnold to be Lieutenant, without Purchase, vice Johnston, deceased, Nov. 2,184 S. 26 th—Ensign Augustus Frederick This
February 17, 1849 - Dover Telegraph and Cinque Ports General Advertiser - Dover, Kent, England
 
EXETER,

EXETER,

park Brtildligsg, tire, Lady Frsircos 'Frail, tiatigiter of the filth Earl of ~1 \ Ysse, rind relict attirea late Rey. William Trail, ?? Chrantceller of Coneir. Marct 'Ii, at Larurcesoens, irgd s8, ?? wifo of Mr. Brallwoll. March 31, at Northram, near
April 13, 1848 - Exeter Flying Post - Exeter, Devon, England
 
To Cash brought to this Account to be applied to pay off deficiency Hills POLICE COURTS.

To Cash brought to this Account to be applied to pay off deficiency Hills POLICE COURTS.

passengers, three of them children, but, to the best of his belief, above eight years of age. BOW-STREET.—On Saturday William Trail, pawnbroker, living in the Edgware-road, was brought up on a warrant, charged with unlawfully detaining silver watch, that
October 11, 1841 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England