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whither. - Now there is not single mood or tense of lore that was not practised over and over again between Charles Torrens end Edith Bsdsils in comes of their wooing. They believed they other better then erer any young people lured each other before; and we
July 28, 1849 - Ulster General Advertiser, Herald of Business and General Information - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
toVEBS' MEETING.

toVEBS' MEETING.

og, Hia wraath* »t*a in *«po*ir From the broad wrtWbed fall®* ** Tbamtad world of labour To it* caawlm toil ia wakiog. Aa Edith riaath blo.lnog To bar tryat beoaoth tba irae. Fro* the toiling world of labawr The bn* error* laiolly siralin*. Fro* lb# fcr
June 28, 1849 - Londonderry Standard - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
Selected Poetry.

Selected Poetry.

dew wreaths rise in vapour From the broad stretched fallow lea, The ?? world of labour To its ceaseless toil is waking, As Edith riseth blushing To her tryst beneath the tree. 'rom the toiling world of labour The hum comes faintly stealing, From the far
June 22, 1849 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ROYAL DUBLIN SOCIETY.

ROYAL DUBLIN SOCIETY.

pressure, to that de chambre found it difficult to straighten it i« bands smooth enough to ley beneath the Puritan coif of Edith ; the prompter's bell had already rung twicu to assemble the actors in the foyer, and. to save time, plunged her bead into
May 31, 1849 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
the northern whig, ket.fast. Tuesday, may -iii.

the northern whig, ket.fast. Tuesday, may -iii.

oil to straighten m band, xmoollt enough lt 5 cMcokled that not less than lil««i |nrw,ns to lay beneath the Hortun e-olf Edith; the prompter 2 ,„| ,hai the of Hie will b, II had already rurg twice assemble the actors the ~,, 11M ,„ dollars, alter paring
May 29, 1849 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TOWN-HALL, LIMERICK-EXTRAORDINARY CASE.

TOWN-HALL, LIMERICK-EXTRAORDINARY CASE.

Ballinsaloe and Waterwitch, sesers, Leu-'1. MAY 12-Arrived-Duke of Cambridge, steae berlt Hoope, Rotterdam, general cargo; Edith, NauteS, Shamrock, steamer, Bristol; Ariel, steamer. Glsognw; Thr Bull, ryemneal; Mary aud Alice, Liverpool, Indian coca metry
May 15, 1849 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
m CURE SATURDAY, MAY 5. P R 0 YISIONS. JUST ARRIVED per *' Energy,” from Baltim ■'re. titv verv Superior

m CURE SATURDAY, MAY 5. P R 0 YISIONS. JUST ARRIVED per *' Energy,” from Baltim ■'re. titv verv Superior

beast in the yard, unci entitl to the Gold Medal: lie is got Corpora! Trim. (7932) dam Maid cf Allen, Regent, (2517; G. D. Edith, Borderer, G. G. dam Eclipse, (1949). No. 2 Light Roan Bull. The Felon,” months old got Barley his dam Prince, Constitution
May 5, 1849 - Limerick and Clare Examiner - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
J.tMF 31ARSIIALL,

J.tMF 31ARSIIALL,

the yard, and entitled to the Gold Medal. llr eis got by Corporal Trim, (7931) Bun Maid of Allen, by Regent, (2317) g. d. Edith, by Borderer, (3181) g. g. dam by Ecliptic, (1818.) No. 2- -Light Roan Bull, " The Felon," 18 months old, gut by Burley Fairfax
May 5, 1849 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
THE REGULAR LINE OF PACKETS FROM DUBLIN, FOR QUEBEC, SAILING} ON THEIR APPOINTED DATS. THE First-Class, Fast-Sailing, Coppered and Copper-fastened

THE REGULAR LINE OF PACKETS FROM DUBLIN, FOR QUEBEC, SAILING} ON THEIR APPOINTED DATS. THE First-Class, Fast-Sailing, Coppered and Copper-fastened

in the yard, and entitled to the Gold Medal. He is got by Corporal Trim (7932), dam, Maid of Allen, by Regent (2517), G. D. Edith, Borderer (3191), G.G. dam by Eclipse (1949), also two other shorthorn Bulls, got Burley Fairfax. Gipsby Kino is half-brother
May 5, 1849 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPORTANT AND

IMPORTANT AND

many cora- petefit judges pronounced him the Best Beast in the yard, and entitled to the Gold Medal He 7932) dam Maid o D. Edith, by Bor- Eclipse, (’1949,) 18 months old, got )y Prince, Con- old, got Burley by Corporal Trim, IKllen, by Regent, O* - r<^Berer
May 3, 1849 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland