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LEEDS DOG SHOW. Belfast Exhibitor Has Four Firsts. At Leeds championship do#? show yesterday Mr. J F M Kinstry. Belfast,

LEEDS DOG SHOW. Belfast Exhibitor Has Four Firsts. At Leeds championship do#? show yesterday Mr. J F M Kinstry. Belfast,

Macartney, John Itowan, Jas. Agnew, Jas. E. Leslie, Nat Alexander, Charles M Gildowny, Edward Bruce, John White. Hugh Leckey, William Trail, Hugh Montgomery. James Watson, J. Owens, Robert Thompson, Wm. John•ton. Geo. Handcock. J. F. Ferguson, John M. Casement
July 21, 1938 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
VALUABLE FARM FOR

VALUABLE FARM FOR

with la. 2r. of Bog in Drumnageasau, all held under lease for lives renewable for ever, lat.-1 29,6 June, 11116, made by William Trail!, H q., to Hector Ll'Caughao, subject to the yearly rent of £7 3e 6i , 1, and an additional rent of .C 2 per annum, , in
May 17, 1902 - Northern Constitution - Coleraine, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
OP THE

OP THE

detaining a dog, Treasurer of the County Antrim Jail School, £S from John Cromie. High SberiiF of l Antrim, by the hands of William Trail, Esq. The Church-Wardens, two Dissenting Clcrgjnien, ei Priest of Antrim, have received 15s. each from George Collins,
May 12, 1821 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TEi.Kt;n*rniNf}, American steamer arrived off i recovery. Our prices have scarcely altered, the this half-past two o’clock yesterday mom- market

TEi.Kt;n*rniNf}, American steamer arrived off i recovery. Our prices have scarcely altered, the this half-past two o’clock yesterday mom- market

collection' The Very Rev. Dean Dtirv. 11. is.: the Venerable .be Archdeacon S». >.; the Venerable the Archil Llsmoiv, H. la; William Trail. E*|., I'. I*.: tbs Morrhloness of Waterford. H. Is.; Thomas Croaler, Esq., H. Is.; Rev. M. C. Browne, IC-*. 6.1.; Rev
March 1, 1865 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COUNTY OF ANTRIM ASSIZES.

COUNTY OF ANTRIM ASSIZES.

Moore, Samuel Thompson, John White, John Owens, Alex. M'Neile, C. M Gildowny, G. J. Clarke, John Rowan. James Hannay, William Trail, Fortescne Gregg, Edward Bruce,- Robert Thompson, John Holland, Geo. Ilandcock, Thomas Davison, Henry Lyons, Estjrs. QUEEN’S
March 19, 1835 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
UP TRAINS FROM WARREN POINT.

UP TRAINS FROM WARREN POINT.

Irwin, Esq., R. P. Maxwell, Esq., J.P.; W. B. Price, Esq., J.P. ; T. H. Purdon, Esq., M.D. ; Jonathan Richardson, Esq, William Trail, Esq. Vl.—Moved by Hart, Esq., seconded the Rev. T. Thompson “That the Venerable the Archdeacon of Down do now leave the
January 29, 1853 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
"THE LITERARY ATTRACTIONS OF THE BIBLBE"

"THE LITERARY ATTRACTIONS OF THE BIBLBE"

tend still ?? to sa- cure these results. The subject wasi one that muust deeply interest all Clristian corncnnities. 1ev. WILLIAM TRAIL, Whl was received with ap- painse, then proceededl to deliver ist lecture. He cotumenced by iliseiviiit thait there vere
April 22, 1859 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE ARMY-MILITARY PROMOTIONS & EXCHANGES.

THE ARMY-MILITARY PROMOTIONS & EXCHANGES.

purchaae, vice Prevost; The Hon. William George Boyle, to be Second Lieutenant, by purchase, vice Daveney. 25th Do.—Ensign William Trail Arnold to be Lieutenant, without purchase, vice Johnstone, deceased. 26th Do.—Ensign Augustus Frederick Thistlethwayte
February 14, 1849 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ARMY.

THE ARMY.

purchase, vice Prevoet; the Honourable illiam George Boyle to Second Lieutenant, by purchase, vice Daveney. 25th—Ensign William Trail Arnold to be Lieutenant, without purchase, vice Johnston, deceased. 26th-Ensign Augustus Frederick Thistlethwayte, from
February 12, 1849 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GOVERNMENT FUNDS—Drum MAY 3 per Cud. Console. • ............ . New 3 per Cent. Sack ...... Bank Stook ICbe itilltennp

GOVERNMENT FUNDS—Drum MAY 3 per Cud. Console. • ............ . New 3 per Cent. Sack ...... Bank Stook ICbe itilltennp

his oempanions in arms so well prepared to •ender an account of their lives and actions to the Almighty Ruler as Captain WILLIAM TRAIL ARNOLD.
May 26, 1855 - Kilkenny Moderator - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland