over till next menthly meeting. Trip-ewer Ulnae said he was afraid Mr Rose had about the 14 of December, and:the Rev. William Trail of Elgin had kindly oonsented to give the itable client& They would him the occupancy, very c hat thee sever pai d a farthing
October 7, 1868 - Forres Elgin and Nairn Gazette, Northern Review and Advertiser - Forres, Moray, Scotland
entertained at dinner by Mrs Elder. With songs and sentiment, a most enjoyable evening was spent. L A G O. EIIITATIONAL.—Mr William Trail, from the E.C. Training College, Edinburgh, and late pupil-teacher here, is now headmaster of Itoleskin Public School.
March 12, 1885 - Fifeshire Journal - Kirkcaldy, Fife, Scotland
Hoe. Treencrot. Wit., N. MTANDLUSH, 29, Andrew &loam FREE GRZYTRIAR'S CHURCH, GRAHAM STEM. LLIIKINION. RUMORS a —Pr R... WILLIAM TRAIL, A.R.. Olossow. 4/1•••••s—By Roy. MAT BURN?, A. 11., Desire. Coker". TUN h will i 1 WWI EDUCATION IN INDIA. APUBLIC MEETING
May 24, 1862 - Witness (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
Mary’s-Georpe Huggins and Henry Porter. St. Peter’s—George Balls and Robert Largent. St. Cutbbcrt’s—George Ellis and William Trail. Thursday evening last entertainment entitled Recreative pleadings,” was given Methodist School Room, under the auspices
April 7, 1866 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
re-elected by the raepayers, without opposition, the honours of the magistracy might to go round the table. There. upon Mr William Trail Philp and Mr John Corror were appointed junior magistrates. The various committees were then constituted, MASONIC INTERMINT
November 14, 1884 - East of Fife Record - Anstruther, Fife, Scotland
—GEßALD MASSILT. Eau., Author of Bobs Crietebel," " Castle,* ite., " The Writing of Varna Hood." TUESDAY, 16th !larch.-11gr. WILLIAM TRAIL, M.A., of Olmgow, Author of " Unseat "1. , the Bible from God?" concluding Lecture of the will be delivered by the Rev
will attend to LET the SEATS in the above tburcto To-MUUT (>ATOEUA»). Oct. 22. fiom7 to». Kelvin side free church. Ret. William Trail, A.M., Minuter. The SITTINGS will LET for the ensuing Half-Yea PRifctNT Holder-h _ . .„ TUFSDvY, 25, - .from 7to s*. Saturday
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reserves were advanced in case of a renewal of the attack, but none was attempted. On the same evening, while Captain William Trail Arnold, commanding the Light Company of the 4th King's Own, was posting advanced sentries on the left attack, he was suddenly
May 26, 1855 - Dover Telegraph and Cinque Ports General Advertiser - Dover, Kent, England