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Bm.in.NG GROI"M> IO LET.—AOUO riJBT, with good Roar, near Queen's and Presbyterian Colleges, per Foot and upwards; also, Villa Grounds,

Bm.in.NG GROI"M> IO LET.—AOUO riJBT, with good Roar, near Queen's and Presbyterian Colleges, per Foot and upwards; also, Villa Grounds,

Queen's and Presbyterian Colleges, per Foot and upwards; also, Villa Grounds, all in Fee Farm Grant. Apply to Dr. EDGAR, WILLIAM TRAIL, Eaq.
April 15, 1856 - Banner of Ulster - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
11, G GROUND TO LET—3,OOO FEET, with good Hear, near Queen's and Presbyterian Colleges, at ’Js fid per Foot and

11, G GROUND TO LET—3,OOO FEET, with good Hear, near Queen's and Presbyterian Colleges, at ’Js fid per Foot and

Presbyterian Colleges, at ’Js fid per Foot and upwards; also, Villa Grounds, all Fee Farm Grant. Apply to Dr, EDGAR, or WILLIAM TRAIL, Esq.
April 19, 1856 - Banner of Ulster - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
(To *olcl. O TOR AGE.-.ST'*Rtf’.E LET. FOR Tons of Grain, off Donegal! Quay. Apply to JOHN CHARLEY CO., Donegall Quay

(To *olcl. O TOR AGE.-.ST'*Rtf’.E LET. FOR Tons of Grain, off Donegal! Quay. Apply to JOHN CHARLEY CO., Donegall Quay

and Presbyterian Colleges, at (kl per Foot and upwards ; also. Villa Grounds, all in Fee Farm Grant. Apply to Dr. EDGAR, WILLIAM TRAIL. Esq.
March 29, 1856 - Banner of Ulster - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COUNTY ANTRIM ASSIZES.

COUNTY ANTRIM ASSIZES.

Wallace John Rowan, Samuel Thompson Charles O’Hara, Alexander M’Neile, Henry Halliday, Charles M’GiL downey. James Owens, William Trail, James Hannay, John M‘Cance John M’Neile, Henry Lyons, Hugh I.ecky, Robert homson, liam Miller. Davison, George Handccck
July 26, 1834 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COUNTY OF ANTRIM ASSIZES.

COUNTY OF ANTRIM ASSIZES.

foreman; Thomas Greg. ; tun Geo roe Hancock; John Rowan, John Montgomery, James V.' u-id. Natltatiiel Agncw. John \Vldle. William Trail, I lush l.ce*y, Owens, David S. Kir, Robert Thomson. John Claiift j. Ltous, Titos. Davison, Charles Armstrong, Geo. J.
March 8, 1841 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THK DKEYFIS SCANDAL.

THK DKEYFIS SCANDAL.

DKEYFIS SCANDAL. UNTENTS UF THE •’ letup. pabiiibee Iroui 2J. tvioo.-sv:. 'vh-> alieges th*. snurtouv 1 letter f:<tw the William Trail, .-viis* ..nioiig |<apv-r« constitnticg th« wsvici Itreyfudo-iui Uovheioii. states, made keo.vu caiatvoec »■ this lettf-
December 23, 1898 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Trail's tram To mark the centenary of the first electric tram to run in Northern Ireland a booklet and time

Trail's tram To mark the centenary of the first electric tram to run in Northern Ireland a booklet and time

launched at the Ulster Transport Museum. The province's first tram ran from Portrush to Giant's Causeway and was designed by William Trail. Discussing details of the event are from left, Mr. John Moore, Keeper of Transport at the Museum, Mr. Stanley Oxley,
October 1, 1983 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
House in Ltabiirii.

House in Ltabiirii.

Reeves, and soon to become vacant. For a small family it will be found extremely eligible. Proposals will be received by WILLIAM TRAIL, Esq. BALLYLOUOH, BUSHMILLS, who is empowered to close with the first peison who make* satisfactory offer. June 16. 1811
July 10, 1841 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TRESSED CLERGY.

TRESSED CLERGY.

and Rev. A. Pomeroy, Vice-Admiral Oliver, R. Haywood, Esq., Archdeacon Magee, John Cromie, Esq., John Montgomery, Esq., William Trail,- Esq.
December 31, 1836 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DDUMCONDP A CO AN D

DDUMCONDP A CO AN D

Technicolor ICitra; Dtyt nsgsi = I.art Pav; Willard Parkar = WRECK OF THE HESPERUS = Todnorrow: Eddi* Oaan = WILD WEST. = William trail Ella Raiati = THE SENATOR WAS IROISCRir =Eura: Th* and Th* Priaara i——i IllSffl < r=i = Robtrt aim Nay = Newton Ouinncti
July 26, 1949 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland