placed half-pay, John Riach, Gent, vice Brown, placed on half-pay. FaiaTum the the 14th ef April last. 64th Foot. For William Trail Douglas, to be Ensign. Read Edmund Alexander Douala,, Gent, to be Ensign.
Esq. The Viicounl Lorioo, Lord F»rnliam, The Earl of Roden, The Vi»count Lorton, Lord Fun ham, Robert R. Uuinnew, Ktq. I William Trail, H. Guinncsa, Esq- I Koliert Wilson, tsq The Commiltee the Iriah Relief Aa*ociatiun grat .'fully ackoowledge hare rrceircd|from
December 30, 1846 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
—LOWER DUNLUCE, on Tuesday, the 21st February, on the Farm of Mr. Robert Longmorr, Ballylough. Candidates to enter with William Trail, Es«j. Ballylough House. All Persons intending to compete for Premiums must enter their Names with the persons appointed
Mr. Robert Jameson. Beardiville Division, James Hannay, Esq. Per I rush Division, James Boyle, Esq. Bushmil\ Division William Trail, Esq., Hugh Anderson, Esq. There were three of these Divisions contested, ?i*. Coleraine/ Glenkeen, and Portrush, the numbers
and Presbyterian Colleges, 2s fid per Foot and upwards ; also. Villa Grounds, all in Fee Farm Grant. Apply Dr. EDGAR, or WILLIAM TRAIL, Esq. LET, NFERNISHKI), THE I HOUSE, 12, DON EG ALL PLACE. There Wwem*ros and .Store in the rear, through to Calendar Stieet
March 25, 1856 - Banner of Ulster - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
her residence, Grecnpark. huildii. a, Bath, the I-tdy France* Trail, daughter of the fifth Earl and relict of the Rev. William Trail, LL.D , Cbancellor of the Cathedral Church of Connor. April 3, Stratton, Sir Thomas Baring. Bart., aged i 5. April 2.
April 7, 1848 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Curate ol Bauagher—“ Thai Address to the King now read be adopted.” 3—Moved by Jobe bby. Esq. of Beovarden, and seconded by William Trail, E*q. of Ballylough—“ That tbe Petition to tbe Lords and Commons, in Parliament assembled, now read be adopted.” 4 -Moved
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
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