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THE Treasurer of the ASYLUMfor PENITENT FEMALES, Upper Baggot-strcet, acknowledges to have received the sum of £lO7 13s. 4d., beinpthe

THE Treasurer of the ASYLUMfor PENITENT FEMALES, Upper Baggot-strcet, acknowledges to have received the sum of £lO7 13s. 4d., beinpthe

donations sent in. viz. Dowager Lady Fetherstone, ; Miss Saurin, Mrs. Bessonnett.Miss Verschoyle, T. H. Carroll, Esq., William Trail, Esq., Hon. Mrs. P. La Touche, Mrs. Leslie, and Mrs. Knox White. £1 each; Mr. Thomas Phelps, 10s.; adonation from a late
February 15, 1862 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LARNE AND STRANRAER

LARNE AND STRANRAER

lamboorW so owe the *pew* le runa~r mw I. the NOM* ON TIM Seeeheed es* *elms* eta be baud tab 0 AND 'WU. • Thee- 01* abes WILLIAM trail n an= --
September 28, 1907 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ANTRIM,

ANTRIM,

Conway Dobbs, John Montgomery, John M‘Nti!e, John White, Edward Bruce, Robert Thomson, Nathaniel Alexander, Hugh l.ecky, William Trail, George Joy, James Hannay, James S. Moor-, juii,, Hugh Montgomery, Thomas Rati, John Clarke, Thomas Davison, Charles W
March 14, 1840 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LOWER DUNLUCE PLOUGHING-MATCH

LOWER DUNLUCE PLOUGHING-MATCH

James Stuart Moore and John Montgomery, Esqrs. Members cf the Committee of the County Society, and also George A. Wray and William Trail, Esqrs. who were very active on the occasion. About half-past three o’clock, the decision of the judges was announced,
March 4, 1826 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FARM FOE SALE

FARM FOE SALE

with the Houses attached, situated in Carnhill, otherwise agessan, containing Ha. ob. 15r. Cunningham Measure, held under William Trail, _Esq., on a Lease of Lives renewable for ever, at the Nearly Kent of 10s 9d, subject to Half a-Year’s Kent at the fall
November 5, 1853 - Coleraine Chronicle - Coleraine, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
COUNTY OF ANTRIM ASSIZES.

COUNTY OF ANTRIM ASSIZES.

Pakenha.vi, Foreman. Lord Arthur Chichester, J, CUrke, Gemge Mnc-irtney, John Rovran, John Crnmie, Ila’inay, John M*Neila, William Trail, Thomas Greg, Fortescus Gregg, J-unet Stewart Moore, Edward Hru^, Samuel Thompson, Robert Thomson, John While, John llnliand
March 18, 1835 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TRUSTEES.

TRUSTEES.

Henry Hore E. ., IV, Hull, fe*,.. Sir K. Jamea, Bart, William D. LaTouche, Esq . Philip J Mariori- Th ® Earnell, Esq., William Trail, Esq., Robfrt Wilson, Esq. "gkorarv skcrrtaiurs. lord Gear;- Mil, Sir Edmund Waller, Bart, Rev. C. H. Kinchin, He:i<y Jjbn
December 18, 1846 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FOE SALE. SOLD PUBLIC AUCTION. AT STEWART’S HOTEL. DERVOCK, WEDNESDAY, the NOVEMBER nc t. at the hour of 2 o’clock,

FOE SALE. SOLD PUBLIC AUCTION. AT STEWART’S HOTEL. DERVOCK, WEDNESDAY, the NOVEMBER nc t. at the hour of 2 o’clock,

Houses attached, situated in CARNHiLfx, otherwise Dkimnaokssam, containing Ha. Or. 15p. Cunningham Measure, held under William Trail, Esq., on a Lease of Lives renewable for ever, at the Yearly Rent of IDs 9d, subject to Half a-Yiar’s Rent at the fall
October 29, 1853 - Coleraine Chronicle - Coleraine, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
A HUNDRED YEARS ACO

A HUNDRED YEARS ACO

M’Gildowney, John White, Charles O’Hara, James Watson, John Owens. Cieorge Handcock, Jas. S. Moore. Conway Dobbs. John Irving, William Trail, James Hannay. James Moore, John M. Casement, George Joy, Thomas Davison, Esqrs
April 15, 1937 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
EJECTMENT,

EJECTMENT,

William Trail v. Elizabeth Downing and Janies Bertrlin. This was a case of ejectment for non-payment of rent, £3 lO.s. Downing had gone to America, and Beverlia was in possession. The farm was held from ysar to year. Decree granted. THE ALLEGED
October 17, 1868 - Coleraine Chronicle - Coleraine, Londonderry, Northern Ireland