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POEM UPON LITTLE EDITH. . to little Edith, for she Is very (air ! ■ 1W« are the' snow-flame#, amidst

POEM UPON LITTLE EDITH. . to little Edith, for she Is very (air ! ■ 1W« are the' snow-flame#, amidst

POEM UPON LITTLE EDITH. . to little Edith, for she Is very (air ! ■ 1W« are the' snow-flame#, amidst the black night.air, targe and leisurely, they shew the coming thaw j her beneath, tbet softest are that ever daylight aaw. - 10 utile Edith, for she full
December 5, 1846 - Windsor and Eton Express - Windsor, Berkshire, England
 
'ms? -o’; » v * i* ? v wi Edith,' - fiIWBfWM ftapM, fcwfaib Edith, Oakes ; Goerasej Barbara, PeanKMi

'ms? -o’; » v * i* ? v wi Edith,' - fiIWBfWM ftapM, fcwfaib Edith, Oakes ; Goerasej Barbara, PeanKMi

'ms? -o’; » v * i* ? v wi Edith,' - fiIWBfWM ftapM, fcwfaib Edith, Oakes ; Goerasej Barbara, PeanKMi Q.Hope Eden,AiUho*y Kite,stabb ■ RiprjtolttkiWMM Caroline, Ormond Perseverance,- Aihta*^b»reat« - Williama, Mdfean ''''-jflaiitit.- , . Oswy, ■ ManrH
January 29, 1828 - Lloyd's List - London, London, England
 
EDITH STICKNEY's CREDITORS. ANY Person 'having any Claim upon EDITH STICKNEY, Baker, Scale-Lane, Hull, is desired to send Account thereof

EDITH STICKNEY's CREDITORS. ANY Person 'having any Claim upon EDITH STICKNEY, Baker, Scale-Lane, Hull, is desired to send Account thereof

EDITH STICKNEY's CREDITORS. ANY Person 'having any Claim upon EDITH STICKNEY, Baker, Scale-Lane, Hull, is desired to send Account thereof to John Waddingham, Miller, Suminergangs, or before the of March next. Hull, 17:h February, 1809.
February 21, 1809 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
HEREFORD, WEDNESDAY, JULY 10. On Monday the Ist inst. was married, Bath. Mr. George Baldwin, late of Stoke Edith, and

HEREFORD, WEDNESDAY, JULY 10. On Monday the Ist inst. was married, Bath. Mr. George Baldwin, late of Stoke Edith, and

HEREFORD, WEDNESDAY, JULY 10. On Monday the Ist inst. was married, Bath. Mr. George Baldwin, late of Stoke Edith, and Ledbury, in this county, to Miss Johns, formerly of the same places. Lately was married, ut Llangattock Crickhowell, Breconsbire, C.
July 10, 1822 - Hereford Journal - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
EDITH AUBREY; OR. THE WET SUNDAY

EDITH AUBREY; OR. THE WET SUNDAY

the drawingroom windows. Little Edith Aubrey often cast wistful and sorrowing glance at the desolate scone without, as she sat in her own pet chair the warm and blazing fire, closely enveloped in largo shawl; for Edith was that day an invalid, and strictly
July 22, 1848 - Monmouthshire Beacon - Monmouth, Monmouthshire, Wales
 

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HILDA AND EDITH.

HILDA AND EDITH.

Hilda, and so reclined her grandchild Edith.” Whilst Edith and Hilda are in conversation, there arrive Edward the Confessor and another, on a visit to the English Court. This was WILLIAM, COUNT OF NORMANDY. Edith instinctively raised her eyes, and, once
June 17, 1848 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
POEMS LTON LITTLE EDITH

POEMS LTON LITTLE EDITH

again ; Think of whatsoever feedeth Tranquil moods; and I will find ?? mlcr charms in little Edith, Edith ol' the thoughllul mind. 11. A song lo little Edith, for she is very fair ! Iler eye-lids are the snow-flakes, amidst the black night -air, When
December 10, 1846 - Worcester Journal - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
JOHN LOMAS AND EDITH MORREY.

JOHN LOMAS AND EDITH MORREY.

Jou\ Lomas Edith Mouia.v, after their Trial and Condemnation, on Sunday, . the Il',\d of and signed each of them Monday the 2-ith, the day which was executed. JOHN LOMAS, after his conviction, having expressed a desire to Mr. Hudson to see Edith Morrcv before
September 1, 1812 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
THE BETROTHMENT OF HAROLD AND EDITH.

THE BETROTHMENT OF HAROLD AND EDITH.

THE BETROTHMENT OF HAROLD AND EDITH. Have I not told thee, son of Godwin,’ said the Vala, solemnly, that Edith’s skein of life was enwoven with thine ? Dost thou deem that ray charms have not explored the destiny of the last of my race ? Know that it
June 17, 1848 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
MRS EDITH DENNISS'S AFFAIRS.

MRS EDITH DENNISS'S AFFAIRS.

the Creditara of the Edith Dannie. All petaona who not execute the laid Doad, and peoeo their debt!, if required, within one month Irotn the data thereof, aaeludad all benefit thereof; and all peraotta who aland indebted to ■he Edith Oeanie, are to pay
September 30, 1848 - Bedfordshire Mercury - Bedford, Bedfordshire, England