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BATTLES AT SEA the Hat

BATTLES AT SEA the Hat

to commit herself, the author allows Edith only a secondary role. In the second book. she is the protagonist, and she falls 13 love with a character much more strongly drawn than the other puppets in the talc. Edith refuses to leave her silly husband for
August 18, 1962 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IN MEMORIAM

IN MEMORIAM

memory of my dearest wife. Edith Mary Mackey. who died 29th January. 1953. She kved for those she loved. And those she loved remember... —lnserted by her loving husband. MACKEY—In ever-loving memory of daring mamma. Edith Mackey, called Home 29th January
January 28, 1956 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
In Society

In Society

THE PARTED CURTAIN A Means of Grace. By Edith Pargeter. Heinemann. 15e. Levine. ,By James Hanky. Macdonald. 15s. The Facts of Love. By Stanley Wade Baron. Seeker and Warburg. 15s. Tits Twelve Pictures. By. Edith Simon. CasselL 15s. Alanta Cane. By Affieck
March 3, 1956 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Edith Wharton Revived

Edith Wharton Revived

Edith Wharton Revived THE CUSTOM OF THE COUNTRY. By Edith Wharton. Constable, 365. ETHAN FROME AND SUMMER. By Edith Wharton. Constable, 365. way of romance. Did I say romance? Now I know belter, I would no longer use the word, except in the sense that
November 13, 1965 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MAN ADRIFT PICKED UP BY TANKER

MAN ADRIFT PICKED UP BY TANKER

bound Rotterdam at 9.7 a.m. 6.M.T— Have picked up Arthur Richard Loader, addrpss Portsmouth Sailing Club, adrift in boat Edith. Boat Edith left drifting in position 16 miles oS Owers light vessel at 8.55 a.m. G.M.T. to-day.’ A spokesman at Portsmouth Sailing
July 6, 1953 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IHt MEMOmiAM

IHt MEMOmiAM

remembered by Fred JONES—Loving memories of our dear mother. Edith called home Mav 8 1943 memories garden we meet every day. —Millie Bob and Norman. JONES—In loving memory of our dear mother Edith, called home May 8 1943 Not to-day. out every day. In silence
May 8, 1958 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Little E.

Little E.

TAKES CARE OF. By Edith Sun ell. Hutchinson. JO*. • DOST CARE t.A«r am 1 reading." said Lady Wa. long as i am reading. It passes the lime.” It was not a case of '• like mother, like daughter.” Her daughter, Edith Sitwell, caned very much what
April 3, 1965 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PART 3

PART 3

Midwifery and Gynaecology: Pals —Abbott,. Bryan; Addison. Amuman; Angus, Charles; Bacik. Edith; Blackman. Maurice; Bradshaw John;Browne. Robert; Barked. Jill; Crowdes, Robert; Dane. Thomas; Dines. Charles; Elmer, Roger; Fitzgerald, Raymond; Person
July 18, 1967 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SOCIAL NO

SOCIAL NO

AMEItICAN writing in this century has been described as " a fiction not of personal history but of social concern "; and Edith Wharton's novels of upper-class life have. in their oblique, reserved way ? the same theme as those of her contemporaries end
May 2, 1953 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON LETTER

LONDON LETTER

colour girl could go through the season i looking smart. Black ia even wearable to-day with tan. CARIEH WOMAN FASHION* Dt. Edith Snmmerskill. Minister of National Insurance, did a good turn for her feminist friends at the opening of the fashion fortnight’s
June 7, 1950 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland