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Edmonton, omnibus driver. T. Sandford, Axmin- ster, Devonshire, dealer in wood. B. Samuel, Liverpool, licensed victualler. William Trail, Walbrook-bmldmcs, City, comm i msion merchant. William Tadgell, Balham, Surrey, builder. Benjamin Thornton, Holt-eu__n-_t
May 8, 1867 - Blackburn Standard - Blackburn, Lancashire, England
 
ADJUDICATIONS IN BANKRUPTCY

ADJUDICATIONS IN BANKRUPTCY

Pollev, Robinhood -lane, Poplar, dairyman, May 28, at 1. James Fidgen, Cross-street, Shoreditch, carman, May 28, at 2. William Trail, Walbrook-buildings, City, and Argyle street, Kings-cross, commission merchant, May 23, at 1. Sarah Plimsoll, Brownlow-street
May 1, 1867 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
Local News.

Local News.

first lecture of the season, in connection with the Mechanics' Institute, will be delivered on Thursday first by the Rev. William Trail of the South Free Church. The subject of Mr Trail's lecture will be the divine origin of Christianity. The other gentlemen
November 15, 1867 - Elgin Courier - Elgin, Moray, Scotland
 
OEA.TH OF WILLIAM TOO, LSO,

OEA.TH OF WILLIAM TOO, LSO,

lieL and Rooms. The Lord Provost presided, and lx-Me him upon the platform were the Rev. Or J. li. J hnston R~.v, Mcssts William Trail, Richard Watt reton, and Leckie, Mtsvrs James Salmon, Wm. Pulton, G. W, Clark, James WILon, John Gouilay, L&iug, Licktrs
March 19, 1867 - Glasgow Evening Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
THE TRADES’ UNIONS.

THE TRADES’ UNIONS.

Free Prbsbytkrv.—Translatioss.- At a meeting of the Free Presbytery Glasgow held yesterday—Mr Menzies, Moderator—the Rtv William Trail, of Kelvinaide, intimated his accent, ance of a call from the South Free Church cation, Elgin ; and the Rev. Malcolm White
August 29, 1867 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
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and Mrs Owen ,Stc. REV. Ma TRAIL'S INTRODITTION TO MS New and a number of the Parents. The Pupt's were , CRAWL —The Rev. William Trail, late of Kelvinexamined the usual English branches, iticlud- side, F. C., Glasgow, was introduced on Sabbath to lag Scripture
September 25, 1867 - Forres Elgin and Nairn Gazette, Northern Review and Advertiser - Forres, Moray, Scotland
 
Local News.

Local News.

Elgin, and from the Kirk-session of the South Free Church there, in support of a call from that congregation to the Rev. William Trail, M.A., of Kelviuside Free Church, Glasgow. The call was signed by 325 communicants and adherents. The Presbytery appointed
August 9, 1867 - Elgin Courier - Elgin, Moray, Scotland
 
SOUTH FREE CHURCH.

SOUTH FREE CHURCH.

Yesterday the Rev. William Trail, formerly of Kelvinside Free Church, Glasgow, was inducted to the pastoral charge of the South Free Church here, vacant through the lamented death of the Rev. Donald Campbell Gordon. The services were
September 20, 1867 - Elgin Courier - Elgin, Moray, Scotland
 
Local News.

Local News.

congregation to propose the name of the minister to be inserted therein. Mackay rose and proposed that the name of the Rev. William Trail Kelvinside, Glasgow, be inserted. This motion was seconded by Mr Macdonald, Caledonian Bank, and unanimously agreed to
July 12, 1867 - Elgin Courier - Elgin, Moray, Scotland
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Thomas Douglas, to Jane, fourth daughter of Mr John Harvey. At 12 Pollok Street, Glasgow, on the 11th inst., by the Rev. William Trail, M.A., Alexander 1Edwards, painter, Inverness, to Helen Whyte, daughter of the late Andrew Douglas, shipmaster. Inverness
June 13, 1867 - Glasgow Herald - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland