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Chefltirc, at the feat Maut itc Keatinge, Elq, M. P. ihfc lion. Coull'on Wallop, member for Andover, to IMifs Keatinge. —At Edith Weflon, Rutland, Mr. John Hill, aged Ba, to Mrs. Hole, the buxom Iloftefs of the Red Hart, aged 63.— Charles Bury, of Sackv
April 12, 1802 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
lot THE LAST WEEK. arrived.

lot THE LAST WEEK. arrived.

of his friends, he scrupulously kept it till his '■ inst. in Dublin, Captain Skottowe, the -Wth regt. "> Kevin-street, Miss Edith Good. board His Majesty’s ship Phoenix, Lieutenant .Henry Jn * the Royal Marines, in consequence the .t the gallant but bloody
November 18, 1805 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
to ray fradt the Can iff* fron being lovwerdnd iuia Franc* the am cnatrntaad or fraud* neaiaft th|k«( wMck. jwf

to ray fradt the Can iff* fron being lovwerdnd iuia Franc* the am cnatrntaad or fraud* neaiaft th|k«( wMck. jwf

f.oods into the Canton, or to fend out any (tart of thufe aheadv it, fc"fides ('onfifca iou the guoda fhsll la- punlfli* ed'*ith fix yean enchainment in irons. The conafcated goods fit all be iiptnediarely fold at.d the price divided betwes? Government
July 25, 1806 - Hibernian Journal; or, Chronicle of Liberty - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
t. A Winter Dublin, fantif'able Notc), t'V with fcrfp'iv* Anecdiite,' Nationil Chnrsdicr, IV InUiligtnec—B Charles .Sr»iEir, Efq. the p The

t. A Winter Dublin, fantif'able Notc), t'V with fcrfp'iv* Anecdiite,' Nationil Chnrsdicr, IV InUiligtnec—B Charles .Sr»iEir, Efq. the p The

vols. price ios intended as Cepaninn that very popular work, A Winter in Lor. ic; fourth Volume has been added the three laft edith , containing the Memoirs and Intrigued the Modern » woman of tank and fafliiuv The fourth Volatu. feparate, to complcty the
December 3, 1807 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MHI.ANCHni.Y ACCIDENT BY HIRE

MHI.ANCHni.Y ACCIDENT BY HIRE

may required will had. hy applying to Reveil and M*Dermott, the plaintitT sAttotnies, No* 31, French-dreet. Barry ColleV Mei edith, Efq. and"' "l>l'TßSUAN'l’tothe others, Decrwfe in this Pl .intilfsj, . bearing Wr ght, Adminidrator day June Wright, lalf
January 1, 1808 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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A M E RICA.

A M E RICA.

(the Title the A& and the Section arc recited.) And whereas, it has hem officially made known to tbit e.ivcrnmcut, that the Edith of France, violating the neutral commerce of the United Stales, hare been revoked, and eettfc to have cfFcifl, from the firfi
December 15, 1810 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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1 r»in Il(* I ba-I worn ; th<* work bt'fnre, b I fbe reives *be # told be bad bimtr-1

tiiat their l opinion, she was from three to five months gone. Lomas was ordered for execution Monday last. Judgment respited Edith Murray, until after her delivery. The anxiety of the public hear this trial was great, that the Court was crowded to excess
August 31, 1812 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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Belfast Coiwutwial C

v.uTHrot thomis, ok* Hit stAjts- TV’s COUONtK* to* IH« Cil*3T*», T«* 14th oat or apkil, 1612. SutJth—That his ini.strc.ss, Edith Morrcv, set | him tnurdcr his master, anJ !ie was to have all he had. She told him to Wm. Shaw’s, public-house in llankelow
September 7, 1812 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DUBLIN.

DUBLIN.

religion. I The secret was entrusted to one confidential I friend, who, mistaking the kindness with which he was treated by Edith, Mnrtham’s wife, drew from thence hopes of seducing her. Being repulsed, however,in his dtshomnn able advances,he conccivvs
January 22, 1813 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20. 1813.

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20. 1813.

their allegiance and duty, much to their credit ; and the example, I sincerely hope, will be followed by them all. The woman Edith Morrey, convicted of aiding and abetting Lomas in murdering her husband at Hankelow, in Cheshire, and whose sentence was respited
February 20, 1813 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland