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VtiVtVu- Mcctlnsts.

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JOY, J.P. THOS. MONTGOMERY, J.P. THOS. B. ADAIR. JOHN WHITE. WILLIAM CHAINS CHAS. ARMSTRONG, J.P. GEO. J. CLARKE, J.P. WILLIAM TRAIL ARCHIBALD MACAULAY JAMES THOMSON BART. M‘NAGHTEN. J.P. RICIID. R. ROBERT CRAWFORD J.P. THOS. MAXWELL. J.P. ALF.X. MILLER
November 27, 1841 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE CHURCH.

THE CHURCH.

Bessonet, Rev Dr Butcher, J A Lawson, Esq,Q C, ami .Miss Flynn, per Rev JCCoahlao. each; Mrs Ringwood, 15s; Mrs Atkinson, William Trail, and W Mortimer, Esq, per Rev J Coghlan, 10» each, for ,l, am! provision fund for Peter’s Parish. From the Committee of
November 21, 1859 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THK PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.

THK PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.

Chcrcu. —Thia church to re-opened for worship on Wednesday, the of February, at two o'clock and o'clock p.m . the Rev. William Trail, Glaagow. The Presbyterian Church in Great George's Street built about twenty years ago for lh« Rev. Thomas Toye. waa aat
February 23, 1861 - Belfast Weekly News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IRISH MANUFACTURED

IRISH MANUFACTURED

Richard Cane, Eeq. | Philip J. Marjorihanka, Esq. Willlaiu EdingUm. Esq. I Thomaa Parnell. Eaq. Robert R. Ouioneaa. F.aq. William Trail. Eaq K. ». Guiotiesi. F.aq. | Robert Wilaon, Eaq. , HONORARY SECRETARIES. Lord George Hill. i . c. H. .Minchln, Sir Edmund
December 23, 1846 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IRISH CHURCH MISSIONS.

IRISH CHURCH MISSIONS.

William Keown, Thomas Reed, J. W. Maxwell, George Leslie, William Ewart, J. C. Anderson J. Holden, H. Ferguson, M.D., William Trail, T. M. Gladstone, A. Hill, and A. M'Clean, Esqrs. On the motion of the Archdeacon of Connor, the chair was taken by the
November 17, 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MONET MARKET.

MONET MARKET.

Dlem-lngton. lo*. From tlie Rcr. Tl>omai« Scott for the following conlrlbutlons In aid of the General Hooks Mm. Powtr. 81.; William Trail, Kw|., Colonel Warborton, and Miss A. If. each ; Charles Grange. E*q., and Franels Eland, Esq., 10s. each. WIND AND WEATHER
March 11, 1865 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
poacher, previous to this sentence, considered himself ing performed most meritorious action, sort of set>oif against evil deeds, which, if

poacher, previous to this sentence, considered himself ing performed most meritorious action, sort of set>oif against evil deeds, which, if

Thompson, Esq. John Cromie, Esq. Wm. Wallace I.egge, Esq. Richard Magennis, Esq. Thomas L. Stewart, Esq. John White, Esq. William Trail, Esq. John M'Cancb, Esq. High Sheris’. His Lordship charged the Grand Jury briefly.— He stated that although there was
March 31, 1827 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Nublications.

Nublications.

Jest PsMeshed, in Crowe tivo, prim Sn, THE CHRISTI AN GRACES. BY THE REV. WILLIAM TRAIL, AM. Glavew: WiLums C.oLLtics.
April 16, 1859 - Banner of Ulster - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
EJECTMENT3.

EJECTMENT3.

were also undefended, several of which were, however, served on the fall of leases determined by the life of the late William Trail, Esq., Ballylough, now deceased.
January 1, 1876 - Coleraine Chronicle - Coleraine, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
HERE COMES THE NAVY

HERE COMES THE NAVY

REGALwed. FRANCHOT TONE, • W WILLIAM "Trail of the Vigilantes" Silo% mg at 330. d 3u. Aldo Wilind a r..l Wiry Jerrold ,n "MAN AT THE GATE"
November 17, 1941 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland