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mriths, youngest son D. D. Wthod. Friends will phew accept this intimation. Ai North Street, St Andrews, on thenth Inst., William Trail], in the 59th year 01 his age. (American papers pis. Ni g ig K l ifq .riCc *2 :::5:4 5•:::a • 3 ▪ Z. F ;g lisp 21" vissig
October 30, 1880 - St. Andrews Gazette and Fifeshire News - St Andrews, Fife, Scotland
 
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the value of *ss for hurling Well, is belterThan given late Peterhead draper for finding S Hocri.su Crusltv tj a Mark,— William Trail, a van driver, tuo service of William M‘Loan, baker, bore, was brought before Sheriff Comrie Thomson, at Aberdeen, Thuraday
October 23, 1872 - Peterhead Sentinel and General Advertiser for Buchan District - Peterhead, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ASSAULT ON A FARRAR'S WIPE-AN IRRITABLE SIX.

ASSAULT ON A FARRAR'S WIPE-AN IRRITABLE SIX.

Robert Brough, bounded as follows :—On the north and east by the wall with the garden belosging to the heirs of the late William Trail, Esq. of Woodwork ; on the south by the Bridge Street Lass ; and on the north by the said 'middy se bakehouse and dwellinghoses
June 13, 1888 - Orkney Herald, and Weekly Advertiser and Gazette for the Orkney & Zetland Islands - Kirkwall, Orkney, Scotland
 
DUNFERMLINE.

DUNFERMLINE.

Mathewson to Lieutenant; John Landal© to be Lieutenant; William Gowan Dobietobe Ensign; George Robertson to be Ensign; William Trail, M.D., to be Honorary Assistant Surgeon. 6to PgßTHsntoß.—The services of Ibis corps, with head-qnarters Donhlane, have
May 12, 1860 - Alloa Advertiser - Alloa, Clackmannanshire, Scotland
 
Hivbr Bailie Court—(Before Bailie Taylor.)

Hivbr Bailie Court—(Before Bailie Taylor.)

Athonmum students. Among the gentle men present were the Ray. Principal Eadie, Ja*. Taylor, Forbes, and Henderson; Rev William Trail: Hugh Tennent, hVip, of Ermlj Coonpdlora Neil, Ure, Salmon, William Rn.wn, Fowler Macfarlane, Dallas, William Wilson, and
November 28, 1863 - Glasgow Morning Journal - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
ANTICIPATED DUEL BETWEEN TWO AUSTRIAN

ANTICIPATED DUEL BETWEEN TWO AUSTRIAN

M.A. Select, t hristiavits- lit Loin hod? Liteimenw. O. Wiesen. Reck of llofwo•d• LECTURE VIII.- Monday. Jan. ft-Rev. WILLIAM TRAIL. M.A. Subject -"Christianity -is 111 from oitir Clasirmos- Joshua Person, tito., M.D. Single Ticket foe the Course of Eight
November 24, 1866 - Glasgow Evening Citizen - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
local AND DISTRICT NEWS

local AND DISTRICT NEWS

Cu'B.— The annual meeting of the Faithlie Cricket Club was held in the Bellslea Hotel, Fraserburgh, on Thursday night. Mr William Trail presided, and there was good attendance of members. The following office-bearers were elected for the season. Captain,
April 6, 1897 - Fraserburgh Herald and Northern Counties' Advertiser - Fraserburgh, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
HANSEL MONDAY. —lt will be observed from an advertisement that the shops of the drapers, clothiers, hatters, and hosiers, are

HANSEL MONDAY. —lt will be observed from an advertisement that the shops of the drapers, clothiers, hatters, and hosiers, are

delivered on Tuesday evening—Thomas Greig, Esq. of Glencarsc, in the Chair. The lecturer on this occasion was the Rev. William Trail, Free Tron Church, Glasgow, who chose for his subject —"The Sublime, the Pathetic, the Picturesque, and the Poetical in
January 9, 1862 - Perthshire Constitutional & Journal - Perth, Perthshire, Scotland
 
UNIVERSITY OF ABERDEEN. RESULT OF BURSARY

UNIVERSITY OF ABERDEEN. RESULT OF BURSARY

have gone to pnpile from the Grammar School. Tbs order merit as follows 1 Alexander Reid Gordon. 2 George T. Watson. 3 William Trail. James Duncan Dean. 5 John Hall Barron. 6 James H. Morrison (Hoatly). 7 Henry 0. Matthew. 8 John B. Smith. 9 A. T. Gage
October 26, 1888 - Aberdeen Free Press - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
CHAIV TBWIKO MACHUB.

CHAIV TBWIKO MACHUB.

the various churches:— Fan Church (the Rev. Mr Bell’s).—Forenoen Rev. J. Freer, Five George’s. Glasgow; Afternoon —Rev. William Trail, Free Cuosch, Glasgow. PamiuM Chdbch (Rev. Hom’i).—Foreoooo— Rev. Mr Stewwtoo; Aftsmoon—Rev. Mr Horn, of Slemennen. Nkwabk
May 3, 1865 - Glasgow Morning Journal - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland