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FREE PRESBYTERY OF GLASGOW.

FREE PRESBYTERY OF GLASGOW.

Clerk stated that the first bnsin ass to disposed of was call from the South Free Chuxch, Elgin, in favour of the Rev. William Trail, Kelvin jide, 'Glasgow. The following asons for the call by the, Free Presbytery of Elgiu were .hen read : 1. That Elgin
August 30, 1867 - Elgin Courier - Elgin, Moray, Scotland
 
OUR LONDON LErfER.

OUR LONDON LErfER.

Minister ofDuffus, heritors op posed alar chaldere, but the Coi A meeting of the held in the South last, for the purpose Rev. William Trail < of the congregation, bad been preached 1 Hopeman, the fori Clerk of Presbytery Mackay (elder), se Esq., banker (deaco
July 17, 1867 - Nairnshire Telegraph and General Advertiser for the Northern Counties - Nairn, Nairn, Scotland
 
EVENING CITIZEN, Wednesday, September 26, 1867

EVENING CITIZEN, Wednesday, September 26, 1867

We observe that Mr. Henzies is to run omnibuses, as usual, to the Sham Fight, on Saturday first. Thk Rev. William Trail. —The Rev. William Trail, late of Kelvinside Free Church, Glasgow, was introduced tohisnew charge, the South Free Church, Elgin, on
September 25, 1867 - Glasgow Evening Citizen - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
Glasgow ??? Pmbdttebt—Trarsi atiosts.— a meeting of the Free rreabjtery Ulaagnv held yeaterday—Mr±McD«ies, Moderator- the Rer. William Trail, of KelTinride,

Glasgow ??? Pmbdttebt—Trarsi atiosts.— a meeting of the Free rreabjtery Ulaagnv held yeaterday—Mr±McD«ies, Moderator- the Rer. William Trail, of KelTinride,

?? Pmbdttebt—Trarsi atiosts.— a meeting of the Free rreabjtery Ulaagnv held yeaterday—Mr±McD«ies, Moderator- the Rer. William Trail, of KelTinride, Intimated hie acceptance of cell from the Booth Free Church congregation, EUin; the Rer. Malcolm White
August 29, 1867 - Dundee Advertiser - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
EES'. WILLIAM TRAIL, M.A.

EES'. WILLIAM TRAIL, M.A.

EES'. WILLIAM TRAIL, M.A. recorded recently a call made to the Rev. William of Kclvinaide Free Church, the congregation „ j oU tb Free Chnrch, Elgin. At special meeting of 'free Trcbbyteiy of Glasgow, held to-day, the reverend intimated hia acceptance
August 28, 1867 - Glasgow Evening Citizen - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
MECHANICS' LECTURES. THE WINTER COURSE of LECTURES. 18 67-8. in connection with the FORRESMECHANICS.' INSTITUTE and LIBRARY, will be given

MECHANICS' LECTURES. THE WINTER COURSE of LECTURES. 18 67-8. in connection with the FORRESMECHANICS.' INSTITUTE and LIBRARY, will be given

December 11, 1867—. Tons MARTIN, Esq., Elgin. Subject"THE SAND HILLS OF CULBI S." 4 .—Warnmens.v, December 18,1867—Rev. WILLIAM TRAIL, M.A., Elgin. Subject "THE MATERIAL UNIVERSE A WITNESS FOR ITS CREATOR." s.—Wicoxisnav, January 15, 1868—(After Christmas
November 20, 1867 - Forres Elgin and Nairn Gazette, Northern Review and Advertiser - Forres, Moray, Scotland
 
fccltstastitat Vatttligtuct.

fccltstastitat Vatttligtuct.

Milted Presbyterian Church, Glasgow, has given a call to the Rev. Robert Whyte, of .Kelso. Solna Eau Etots.—The Rev. William Trail, formerly minister of lin/beide Flee Church, Glasgow, who was inducted on Thursday last to the pastoral charge of the South
September 26, 1867 - Daily Review (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
MECHANICS' LEOTIIICES.

MECHANICS' LEOTIIICES.

December 11, 184:17--Joas MARTI:g o Esq., Elgin. Subject" THE SAND HILLS OF CULBIg." 4.--WEDNESDAY, December 18, 1867—Rev. WILLIAM TRAIL, M. A., Elgin. Subject— "THE MATERIAL UNIVERSE A. WITNESS FOR ITS CREATOR." S.—WZDSMSDAY, January 15, 1868—(After Christmas
November 13, 1867 - Forres Elgin and Nairn Gazette, Northern Review and Advertiser - Forres, Moray, Scotland
 
Memorandum.

Memorandum.

Stilwell, Lampeter street, Uoxton, dealer in fancy boxes, May 28, I William Tadgell, Balham, Surrey, builder, May 13. 2 William Trail, Walbrook-bolldiugs, commission merchant. May 28. at 1 C. Woodman, Putney-common, hay dealer. May at 12 (In the Country
May 1, 1867 - Globe - London, London, England
 
PROVINCIAL.

PROVINCIAL.

afternoon. at the haltyearly dinner Own et Philo,* Home to the tenants on the estate the occasion of•ming their rents, Mr William Trail, shoemaker, Bask Street, Fressebnrsh, became suddenly ill, and died almost instantaneously. The memioned extraordinary
August 7, 1867 - North British Agriculturist - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland