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Baskmills.

Baskmills.

Bart. Fourth. Major Scott. Fifth. Duncan M'Caw. RAMS. First. William Trail, Esq. Second. James Scally. Third. William M'Mullan. Fourth. John Givia. Fifth. Duncan M‘Caw. EWES. First. 'William Trail, Esq. Second. John Givin. Third. James Scally. GREEN CROPS
September 28, 1844 - Coleraine Chronicle - Coleraine, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
CAURICKMACROSS UNION

CAURICKMACROSS UNION

of the country, that it would l»e desirable to establish here a branch of this patriotic and useful Association.” Moved William Trail, Esq., of Ballylough : seconded Counsellor Greer, Spriugvalc ; 11. That lurb Hram-li Ptyknl —‘The Coleb%inc Hkam ii the
August 11, 1842 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
JEM'S’ SOCIETY

JEM'S’ SOCIETY

very respectable, and a collection amounting tu 's. was raised at the doors. The deputation and hospitably received by William Trail, and on the next evening a meeting was held in the hool-house of Derryliacher, the Rev. Francis D .>bbs the chair. The
August 6, 1842 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE BANNER OF ULSTER, TUESDAY, APRIL 26, 1859.

THE BANNER OF ULSTER, TUESDAY, APRIL 26, 1859.

pre. sent session of the Belfast Presbyterian Young Men's Association was delivered in May Street Chuich, by the Rev. William Trail, A.M., of the Free Trim Church, Glasgow. on "The Literary Attract ions of the Bible." The chair was occupied by S. G. Getty
April 26, 1859 - Banner of Ulster - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SHIPPING CASUALTY.

SHIPPING CASUALTY.

authority similar that by which special services for any feast or fast are enjoined. You will perceive, sir, that Mr. William Trail uses bis usual accuracy of statement, and shows his wonted knowledge of his subject.—l am, dear sir, Ac., SUBSCBIBER. TO
August 26, 1863 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Jilt. TRAIL AND THE PRAYER-BOOK.

Jilt. TRAIL AND THE PRAYER-BOOK.

Crosthwaite, V. G. of Kildare. LITURGICAL REVISION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE DAILY EXPRESS. Sib, —The remarkable letters from. Mr. William Trail, on the above subject, which lately appeared in your columns, would not, perhaps, deserve any farther notice than is paid
September 1, 1863 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT.

LONDON CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT.

holds lease from Mr. Black, who represents the Antrim family, and that he paid a nominal sum to Mr. William Trail, under an agreement.— William Trail, Esq., who was examined for the defence Mr. O’Hea, said lie claimed a right fish opposite his property
June 30, 1849 - Downpatrick Recorder - Downpatrick, Down, Northern Ireland
 
THE NEWRY TELEGRAPH, JUNE 28, 1849.

THE NEWRY TELEGRAPH, JUNE 28, 1849.

admitted holds lease from Mr. Black, who represents the Antrim family, and that paid a nominal sum to Mr. William Trail, under agreement. William Trail, Esq., who was examined, for the defence, Mr, O’Hea, said he claimed a right to fish opposite his property
June 28, 1849 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, 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
 
IMPROVEMENT OF IRELAND.

IMPROVEMENT OF IRELAND.

Moore, Ms. ; 2d ditto, Mr. Major Scott, of Musteragoe, l0s.; 3d ditto, Sir F. W. fiacrnaghten, Bart. 7s. 15d. ; 4th ditto, William Trail, Eq., 5d, Best boar- Ist prize, Sir F. W. Maeinaghiten, raet. (with great merit), £1. IOs. ; 2d ditto, Mr. William Neill
November 20, 1840 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland