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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
 
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
 
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
 
Building ground to let-3,000 feet, with Rear, near Queen’s and Presbyterian Colleges, at (id per Foot and upwards; also. Villa

Building ground to let-3,000 feet, with Rear, near Queen’s and Presbyterian Colleges, at (id per Foot and upwards; also. Villa

and Presbyterian Colleges, at (id per Foot and upwards; also. Villa Grounds, all in Fee Farm Grant. Apply Dr. EDGAR, or WILLIAM TRAIL, Es.|.
April 22, 1856 - Banner of Ulster - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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