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THE NEWRY TELEGRAPH, DECEMBER 11, 1849.

THE NEWRY TELEGRAPH, DECEMBER 11, 1849.

u silent !** be thundered, as Edith began further Edith was silent. She knew not what to say, or how to act, for the wan face of her mother seemed to rise up imploringly before her, bidding her, for God’s sake,
December 11, 1849 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
PURCHASED LOVE.

PURCHASED LOVE.

twice on Edith, he heard her voice striving to break through the silent dreariness the circle, and there was a bitter meaning in his look, which she plainly read ; for it told her to be silent, as girl deserted by her lover should be. Edith felt no risings
December 11, 1849 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
trast which Summer and Winter exhibits in the face* of the two. “Aunt, he is mine—he mine—he is jest gone—he

trast which Summer and Winter exhibits in the face* of the two. “Aunt, he is mine—he mine—he is jest gone—he

brought me this book—he told loved me—he adored ; oh, delightful said, tor I asked him about it, had no thoughts now that Edith Moore.” And did he say nothing of the engagement which it perfectly well known has existed between them?” interrupted Miss
December 8, 1849 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
Dublin University Marine. Dublin Jams* M G las a tit, D’Oliei^sireet. Tm« Umvtrtity for this month makes appearance with Us

Dublin University Marine. Dublin Jams* M G las a tit, D’Oliei^sireet. Tm« Umvtrtity for this month makes appearance with Us

contempt Edith’s poor, cheep straw bonnet. with its paltry piece of white ribbon trimming. How could any man, she reasoned with herself, fail to prefer her thick, flowing, flaxen ringlets, to the common brown hair which w.is plainly parted on Edith's forehead
December 8, 1849 - Belfast Protestant Journal - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PURCHASED LOVE.

PURCHASED LOVE.

appeared on Edith’s face ; her countenance was calm and thoughtful ; neither a vain pride, nor a vainer sorrow, was depicted there spirit of noble resignation was shadowed in every lineament. There was no particular beauty of outline in Edith’s features
December 8, 1849 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
PURCHASED LOVE.

PURCHASED LOVE.

aunt to dinner. ..... Mr. Italic ha* not vfaited you all fast week, think, obsesvsd Edith a father, a* walked with him towards their home. •• ha* not," answered Edith, to voiss perfect composure. “Humph! ’ti« changed time* with him; rnu know the report
December 6, 1849 - Londonderry Standard - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
Y AUCTION OF BARBADOS SUGAR. SIMEON HARDY & SONS will offer for Sale on THURSDAY Next, the 6th December Inst.,

Y AUCTION OF BARBADOS SUGAR. SIMEON HARDY & SONS will offer for Sale on THURSDAY Next, the 6th December Inst.,

Mr. Kearse, Paisley Street, Liverpool. ARRIVAL OF " NEW MALAGA FRUIT." 1/ JOHN NEWSOM ft SON TAVE just landed ex-Schooner " Edith" direct from A MALAGA, a supply of NEW FRUIT selected of prime quality, for their Establishment, viz : 420 Boxes Bunch MUSCATEL
December 5, 1849 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
LOVE-TESTS OF HALLOWEEN.

LOVE-TESTS OF HALLOWEEN.

time, on our first meeting, I was as much at home with her as if had been acquainted for years. For her young niece* Aunt Edith entertained the warmest affection. It doubtful she could have loved her own children more tenderly. Sho was ever ready to take
December 1, 1849 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
after he had retired, but went tremblingly up stairs, half frightened out of our wits, and buried ourselves beneath the

after he had retired, but went tremblingly up stairs, half frightened out of our wits, and buried ourselves beneath the

with favor.” And were you so weak as to believe that any one did really come in f” said Mr. Wilmot. I was,” returned Aunt Edith. It was all your imagination,” said the brother, positively. No, I believe not. Ido n’t think it was possible for both of our
December 1, 1849 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
THE TYRONE CONSTITUTION, OMAGH. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 23, 1810. * ( . • „ Iw'forr Il„' OLD TUNKS CORRECT OF THE

THE TYRONE CONSTITUTION, OMAGH. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 23, 1810. * ( . • „ Iw'forr Il„' OLD TUNKS CORRECT OF THE

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November 23, 1849 - Tyrone Constitution - Omagh, Tyrone, Northern Ireland