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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
 
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
 
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
 
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
 
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
 
Wtt €but(k

Wtt €but(k

€but(k Glasgow Free Presbytery met yesterday, and took up the call from South Free Church, J9giu, to Rev. William Trail, Kelvinsido Church, Glasgow. Papers having been produced, and parties called and beard, Hr Trail said that when be first received the
August 29, 1867 - Greenock Advertiser - Greenock, Renfrewshire, Scotland
 
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
 
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