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BUSHMILLS FARMING SOCIETY

BUSHMILLS FARMING SOCIETY

Sir E. M‘Naghten, Bart.; do., Mr. Daniel M Kinlay, Ballytaylor. Rams.—Ui prize, William Trail. Esq.; 2d do., Mr. James Scally, Ponballintrae. Ewes. —lst prize, William Trail, Esq. ; 2d do., Mr. James Scally, Portballintrae. Butter. —lst prize, Sir E. M‘Naghten
September 27, 1845 - Coleraine Chronicle - Coleraine, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
REVISION COURT—YESTERDAY.

REVISION COURT—YESTERDAY.

house in Cham- ber-street and found that William Trail resided there. Mr. Webb said that he was informed at 10, Malpas-street s, that William Trail lived there. in Mr. M'Donogh said that he found a William Trail at Id'Chamber-street, but he did not inquire
September 28, 1855 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BUSHMILLS FARMING SOCIETY.

BUSHMILLS FARMING SOCIETY.

old colt. Sir F. W Macnaghteu ; second do. Hugh Rankin, Park. Best cow, aud her calf. Sir F. W* Macnaglitcn: second do. William Trail, Csa Ballylough. Best two-year old heifer. Sir F. W. ten ; second do. Charles Douglas, Esq. Dervock ; third do. Captain
March 8, 1843 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BUSHMILLS FARMING SOCIETY.

BUSHMILLS FARMING SOCIETY.

M'Naghten, Bart.; ,’kl do., Mr. Daniel M'Kinlay, Ballytaylor. Rams.—lst prize, William Trail, Esq.; 2d do., Mr. James Scally, Portballintrue. Ewes. —lst prize. William Trail, Esq.; do., Mr. James Scally, Portbulliutrae. Bitter. —lst prize. Sir E. U'Naghteo
October 4, 1845 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
THE DUBLIN EVENING MAIL. BRUNSWICK CONSTITUTIONAL CLUB OF BALLVMONEY. AT a numerous and most respectable Meeting of the Protestant Inhabitants

THE DUBLIN EVENING MAIL. BRUNSWICK CONSTITUTIONAL CLUB OF BALLVMONEY. AT a numerous and most respectable Meeting of the Protestant Inhabitants

who may hereafter wish to become members this Club, eligible the of three members the Committee. sih Resolution—Moved by William Trail, Esq , and seconded James Moore, Esq.— That this (dub have a President, Vice-Presidents, Secretaries, and Treasurer. R
November 17, 1828 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Robert Co^ 061 "' F.dward Wallor, harlcs AtW,nsou - '. . Itev Jo,!a E«»hav» our Treasurer " Sto.iev! Kl^''. Jma

Robert Co^ 061 "' F.dward Wallor, harlcs AtW,nsou - '. . Itev Jo,!a E«»hav» our Treasurer " Sto.iev! Kl^''. Jma

wish to become hers of this Club, be eligible the recommendation three members of the Committee. ftth Resolution—Moved hv William Trail, Esq., James Moore, Esq.— That this Club have a President, Vice-Presidents S, crctarics, and Treasurer. Resolution Moved
November 10, 1828 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
'lSelfvtat iTo m mtici (Hj raniclc. BUSHMILLS CATTLE SHOW

'lSelfvtat iTo m mtici (Hj raniclc. BUSHMILLS CATTLE SHOW

long-horned bull—lst prize, Mr. John Lyle, of Roseyards, £2 ; 2d ditto, Mr. John M‘Candles*, of £l. Best milch cow—lst prize, William Trail, Esq. of Ballylougli, £l, ditto. Captain Moore, of Ballydivity, £l. two year old heifer—lst prize, Mr.Alexander Darragh
November 23, 1840 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST SHIP NEWS,

BELFAST SHIP NEWS,

arrival io Bushmills. We remain, dear Sir, with much esteem, \ our very Friend-, F. Workman Macnaijhten. Hugh Anderson. William Trail, Robert M'Nauil, James Morewood, Robt. Taylor, Walter Ji. Mont, Wm. M'Mutlan, Jas. S. Moore. J. P. Wm. Anderson, James
April 7, 1834 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LONDON PAPERS OF TUESDAY.

LONDON PAPERS OF TUESDAY.

returned by the Rev. Mr. Hiamill, it was moved by tbe Rev. Mr. 001)\b9, and seconded by the Rev. Wiliiam Oliver-" 'That William Trail, Esq. do preside at the ?? meeting."- This heirig acceded to, Mr. Trdil addressed the audience with his u'tial tact and
June 29, 1838 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE LATE DISASTROUS HURRICANE.

THE LATE DISASTROUS HURRICANE.

steamer St. Patrick, at the entraoce of the harbour, attended with thc loss of mx lives—her two mates (John Tuckcy and William Trail), two of her seamen (Rowley Jones and David Humphrey ), and two steerage passengers, man and wife, natives of Tipperary
December 3, 1838 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland