Various newspaper notices--British
1726--Rev. Daniel McAulay, moderator, Synod of Glenelg
1728--election held at Dumbarton
Geo Smallet, Provost
Humphrey Colquhous, Baillie
Auley MacAuley, treasurer of gild
1761--Ship named the Walter M'Aulay
1762--At Leith, death of Andrew M'Auley, Esq., merchant
1763--Ship named Auley M'Auley
1770--Walter M'Aulay, linen weaver, whipped from Nowgate to College Green for rioting.
1772--Death of John M'Aulay, 40 years beadle of Scotch Hall, Blackfriars.
1779--27 Feb. aulay Macaulay appointed 2nd Lt. of H. M. Marines.
1786--Ensign George Gunn to be Lt., vice Ebenezer MacAulay.
1791--Upper Canada, John M'Aulay, late surgeon to the New South Wales Corps, to be surgeon.
1796--Ensign John M'Aulay from the Argyleshire Fencibles, vice Campbell, appointed to the 98th Foot.
1799--At Anderston, death of Allan M'Aulay, surgeon.
1871--1st West India Regt., Maj. John M'Auley to be Lt. Col., without purchase.