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LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS.

LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS.

of Elgin was held in this church on the evening of Thursday last, for the purpose of moderating in a call to the Rev. William Trail of Glasgow, to become pastor of the congregation. After an appropriate sermon had been preached by the Moderator ' Mr Cassie
July 16, 1867 - Inverness Advertiser and Ross-shire Chronicle - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland
 
FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE.

FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE.

Samuel Auebmuty Dickson, Chelsca, London, lieutenant colonel in the militia, Mlay 28, at the Londun Bankruptcy court. William Trail, WalhroOk-btilldlnge, London, commlasion merehant, Eay 2D, at the London Banirruptey Court. Hlenry Courteen, Westgate-atreet
May 4, 1867 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
GLASGOW GOSSIP. ?Wesson GRANT of Glasgow University, and readout at the Observatory, Partickhill, has entered heart and soul into the

GLASGOW GOSSIP. ?Wesson GRANT of Glasgow University, and readout at the Observatory, Partickhill, has entered heart and soul into the

are dependent on each other for their value. SOUTH FREE CHURCH. INDUCTION OF THE REV. W TRAIL. M.A. Yesterday the Rev. William Trail, formerly of Kelvinaide Free Church, Glasgow, was inducted to the pastoral charge of the South Free Church here, vacant
September 20, 1867 - Elgin Courant, and Morayshire Advertiser - Elgin, Moray, Scotland
 
PERORATION.

PERORATION.

300 yards, in which several of the youths participated. The race was won by John Quigley. The second best competitor was William Trail. The next game was a race of six hundred yards, in which James Mills and William Young received the prizes. At this point
November 2, 1867 - London Scotsman - London, London, England
 
THE FAILURE OF MESSRS. FAIRFAX, BRYSON, AND COMPANY.

THE FAILURE OF MESSRS. FAIRFAX, BRYSON, AND COMPANY.

creditors of Messrs. Fairfax, Bryscn, and Co., of Birmingham, merchants, was appointed to be held at the office of Mi. "William Cot trail, solicitor, 3 There being a large attendance of creditors the meeting was adjourned to the Exchange Rooms, where Mr.
August 24, 1867 - Birmingham Journal - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
TALKIN TARN SPORTS. These sports were held on Thursday and Friday last, on the ground near the famous Taro. The

TALKIN TARN SPORTS. These sports were held on Thursday and Friday last, on the ground near the famous Taro. The

The best fire falls. Stood. Fell. William Rickerby William Graham William Kiekerby William Graham William Uickerby William Graham Houno Trail fob £5. 1 William (Crook) Ragman,’’ £2 10s. 2 Juo. earmouth’e (Weardale) Ranger,” ds. Willi Benson’s (SwarihhnuteJ
August 27, 1867 - Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser - Whitehaven, Cumberland, England
 
FROM LAST NIGHT'S GAZETTE.

FROM LAST NIGHT'S GAZETTE.

GBOaGR POLLEY, Robinhood-lane, Poplar, dairyman, May >, 4L. JAMES FIDGEN, Cross-street, Shoreditch, carrnan, May 2S, at . 3 WILLIAM TRAiL, Walbrook-buildings, City, and Argyle ltr 3 King's-cross, commission merchant, May 2S, at 1. SARAH PLIMSoLL, Browvlow-street
May 1, 1867 - Daily News (London) - London, London, England
 
Mr WtoStrx, draper, as representing the congregation, said that he conenrrisi in everything that had been said. Tho CLERK then asked if there were any reasons against Mr Trail's translation. . . . . •

Mr WtoStrx, draper, as representing the congregation, said that he conenrrisi in everything that had been said. Tho CLERK then asked if there were any reasons against Mr Trail's translation. . . . . •

stated that the first bnsiuess to be dispose.l of was a call from the South Free Church, Elgin, in favour of the Rev. William Trail, Kelvinside, Glasgow. The following -lemon* for the call by !be Free Presbytery 4 Elgin were then road :- 1. Teat Elgin
August 30, 1867 - Elgin Courant, and Morayshire Advertiser - Elgin, Moray, Scotland
 
THE ELGIN AND MORAYSHIRE COURIER.-AUGUST 9, 1867.

THE ELGIN AND MORAYSHIRE COURIER.-AUGUST 9, 1867.

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 Kelvinside Free Church, Glasgow . The call was signed by 325 communicants and adherents. The Presbytery appointed
August 9, 1867 - Elgin Courant, and Morayshire Advertiser - Elgin, Moray, Scotland
 
before

before

South Free Church congregation would be held on Thursday evening next for the purpose of moderating in a call to the Rev. William Trail, of Kelvmside Free Church, Glasgow, to fill the present vacancy. The Rev. George Cassie, of Hopeman, is to preach and preside
July 13, 1867 - Saturday Inverness Advertiser - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland