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THE P AND SENTIMENTS '* two futures. {Concluded ) T>roe fie" onwards. Uearinji with it the onward dfitiuies of all

THE P AND SENTIMENTS '* two futures. {Concluded ) T>roe fie" onwards. Uearinji with it the onward dfitiuies of all

something more than child, and less ihsn woman ; now she tin's! upon him in the full blue her ripened loveliness, another Edith, but iiHhitely more bealifull, more fascinating. It was had looked upon and admired some fair Iwdscspe when beheld by moonlight
March 24, 1849 - Northern Standard - Monaghan, Monaghan, Republic of Ireland
 
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of Edith nvauvillo. It would be difficult tell what his love throve as soon niijjlii one expect see fair fragrant flowers blooming barren wilderness, aught of warmth affection engendered from one so chilly, even her most gracious moments, as Edith. But
March 17, 1849 - Northern Standard - Monaghan, Monaghan, Republic of Ireland
 
= fieri vortn* THE SEASONS PASSING The seasons, passing, one eweel moral bring, And marked it—would man ! Spread pleasure

= fieri vortn* THE SEASONS PASSING The seasons, passing, one eweel moral bring, And marked it—would man ! Spread pleasure

crying when her brother pinched her or the dog. Miss Florence was sweet young lady, and would not have hurt a worm ; Miss Edith, there, by the harp, was so quiet, so proud, and so very clever ; and for little Isabel Grey, she was* the life the party.
March 17, 1849 - Northern Standard - Monaghan, Monaghan, Republic of Ireland
 
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paint around which all the details move. not select some other than this insipid theme ? * Doc** the fair inquired t':e Mil Edith deny the power love, then? (lishlieve what is commonly termed love ; with any smifalion ever cxneritsncHil, and a!way*, appears
March 17, 1849 - Northern Standard - Monaghan, Monaghan, Republic of Ireland
 
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neveri>»t tuisforlunea. lltmdan, active mind won ever employed in study trig h*»w hem-tit Ids leUow croalurcn, strove to interest Edith and her sinter io the ueiirhlamnng jwanantty ; and his motive wan twofold- aimed at the amelioration uf the s-dh of the (Mior
March 9, 1849 - Tyrone Constitution - Omagh, Tyrone, Northern Ireland
 
7THE LADY OF CASTLE AYLMER

7THE LADY OF CASTLE AYLMER

used to do; and have ao one to M ;illy child t' asked Edith,Edith,ina( Wars. Oh yes! be is eeryo-very kind to you, and I love his for it: bet we female friend-1 seas—such Dorothea. tor Ismass. Edith did set reply, but may rose up, and proposed going te
March 2, 1849 - Ballyshannon Herald - Ballyshannon, Donegal, Republic of Ireland
 
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per cwt. Tallow 41* per cwt. net cash. Fat, 2s per elba. PROVISION IMPORTS AND EXPORTS. DAV, EEDRt'ARY 28, 1849. IMPORTS. Edith from Ywroonth—f*2s qn. barley. Ni ibo Carmen from Villugnrri»—2o ®J ns - Estr*u.l\ from Caimnha —360 quarters maize. Lkolididk
March 1, 1849 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE LADY OF CASTLE AYLMER.

THE LADY OF CASTLE AYLMER.

son-in-law’s objections, promising to send Edith’s simple box the following day, the carrier. As we have said, it was bright sunny day; and as they walked along they talked hopefully of the future; while Edith, who now, that was really her husband, cared
February 27, 1849 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
THE XEWRY TELEGRAPH, FEBRUARY 27, 18i9.

THE XEWRY TELEGRAPH, FEBRUARY 27, 18i9.

Hoor. Since I wrote to you,” whispered Aylmer, “dear Edith has been much worse She had a fever, and fear her senses are still a little affected it. Heaven semi the worst past!” Where I?” exclaimed Edith, littl? wildly. Surely this is home; but then it may
February 27, 1849 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
THE esniskiei.es rrtßo*K-;i-E and fuse packet.

THE esniskiei.es rrtßo*K-;i-E and fuse packet.

.hem all about dear »"/.» Uo™ into a mmn.ye much he, e..h h.^ '. h-; when Kale arrived—she almort hl poor Edith : it'home aea.n - have met Edith upon the Mad. least the Hires- . but t i, t is all kindncss could reach hold. She was v rc she would have
February 26, 1849 - Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet - Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland