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NIGHT ASYLUM FOR TILE HOUSELESS, AND HOUSE OF INDUSTRY FOR INDIGENT FEMALES. 1111 HE TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL MEETING of this INSITTUTICN

NIGHT ASYLUM FOR TILE HOUSELESS, AND HOUSE OF INDUSTRY FOR INDIGENT FEMALES. 1111 HE TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL MEETING of this INSITTUTICN

Lord Provost, the Lord Dean of Guild, Robert Didglish, Esq., M.P., Rev. Principal Barclay, Rev. Henry Batchelor, Rev. William Trail, and others. JOHN M'CLURE, Secy. Glasgow, 30th Sept., 1859.
October 1, 1859 - Glasgow Courier - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
GREAT MEETING. REDUCTION OF SPIRIT LICENSES. AMEETING of CITIZENS favourable to a REDUCTION in the NUMBER of PUBLIC. HOUSES in

GREAT MEETING. REDUCTION OF SPIRIT LICENSES. AMEETING of CITIZENS favourable to a REDUCTION in the NUMBER of PUBLIC. HOUSES in

Divinity, U. P. Church. Rey. WILLIAM SYMINGTON, D.D., • Professor of Systematic Theology, Reformed Presbyterian Church. Ray. WILLIAM TRAIL, M.A., Free Tron Church. Rev. HENRY BATCHELOR, Of Elgin Place Congregational Chapel, and other Gentlemen, will take part
April 16, 1859 - Glasgow Courier - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
GLASGOW ATIIEN/EUM. THE REV. WILLIAM TRAIL, M.A. ' of the Free 'Pron Church, has kindly consented to deliver an OPENING

GLASGOW ATIIEN/EUM. THE REV. WILLIAM TRAIL, M.A. ' of the Free 'Pron Church, has kindly consented to deliver an OPENING

GLASGOW ATIIEN/EUM. THE REV. WILLIAM TRAIL, M.A. ' of the Free 'Pron Church, has kindly consented to deliver an OPENING LECTURE, in the Large Hall of the Institution, THIS EVENING, sth October, at Eight o'Clock. Members and Students only will be admitted
October 5, 1858 - Glasgow Courier - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
The Rev. THOMAS MAIN will preside.

The Rev. THOMAS MAIN will preside.

ANNUAL SERMONS Free St Cothbbrt’s Church, Spittal Street, will be preached on Sabbath, 28th May, in the Porenoon, the Rsv. William Trail, M.A., Free Church, Glasgow. Afternoon, by the Rev. John Robson, D.D., U.P. Church, Glasgow. Evening, by the Rev. William
May 26, 1865 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
A MEETING for DEVOTIONAL EXERCISES and SHORT ADDRESSES, in connection with the FREE CHURCH LADIES’ SOCIETY for FEMALE EDUCATION in INDIA and KAF-

A MEETING for DEVOTIONAL EXERCISES and SHORT ADDRESSES, in connection with the FREE CHURCH LADIES’ SOCIETY for FEMALE EDUCATION in INDIA and KAF-

SERMONS in Free St Citthbert’s Chprch, Spittal Street, ■will be preached Sabbath, 28th May, in the Forenoon, by the Rev. William Trail, M.A., Free Church, Glasgow. Afternoon, by the Rev. John Robson, D.D., U.P. Church, Glasgow. Evening, by the Rer. William
May 27, 1865 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
MARRIED,

MARRIED,

Douglas, C. 8., of Douglas Support and Stonebyres, Lanarkshire. At 24, Sandyford Place, on the 16th instant, by the Rev. William Trail, A.M., of the Free Tron Church, George G. Mackay, CE., Inverness, to Jessie, youngest daughter of the late James Simson
January 24, 1861 - Glasgow Courier - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
MARYLEBONE.

MARYLEBONE.

substantianng the charges @Vont tY be was and*, ' , Meet* withdraw dam. Tao prim:ow woo accordingly discbarged. WESTMINSTER. William Trail desperateruMenly. lookiag fellows, wen charged with the followlag disgramful ontrsges. Mr. firnyths, from the °Moe td Mr
September 26, 1859 - Express (London) - London, London, England
 
'ate grmg.

'ate grmg.

vice Beauclerk ; Cornet James Alston Clark to be Lieutenant, by purchase, vice Clarke. 4th Regiment of Foot—Lieutenant William Trail Arnold to be Captain, by purchase, vice Stewart, who retires ; Ensign Samuel Winter, from the 59th Foot, to be Ensign.
February 18, 1854 - Press (London) - London, London, England
 
SCOTLAND

SCOTLAND

obtained leave to bring in a bill to consolidate and amend the laws relatng to bankruptcy in Scotland. On Thursday the Rev. William Trail. late of Manchester, was inducted to the pastoral charge of the Free High Church congregation here --Liverness A4vertiver
May 17, 1855 - Glasgow Courier - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
DEATHS.

DEATHS.

Maitland, of Brighton, aged 28. May 5, in Sebastopol, of wounds received that same night in front of the trenches, Captain William Trail Arnold, of the 4th (King's Own) Regiment, younger 4011 of the late Captain W. F. Arnold, 19th Lancers, of Little Nis. semlen
June 9, 1855 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England