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I'lll1) NOUTHKKK STANDARD.

I'lll1) NOUTHKKK STANDARD.

back of the machine now cautiously opened. GooJiic»s grucious, Mr. M'Wliirter snid voice I instantly recognised to be that of Edith (logic, *is possible that can be you ? Is it the custom, sir, of the Scutiish to break in upon the privacy two young dclcntcless
October 3, 1846 - Northern Standard - Monaghan, Monaghan, Republic of Ireland
 
|wrtw>i >tf th« would •fo'*' IKrjnl liiao. A* U> the Public Work* Bill, b'» lubio Prir td iumiAs •wn’tf it

|wrtw>i >tf th« would •fo'*' IKrjnl liiao. A* U> the Public Work* Bill, b'» lubio Prir td iumiAs •wn’tf it

unworthy . and ... rftl *!* imp***-* at hard labour. v ■ thJa manfroasooahU measure* he might morn to eren bhghtly Edith—why w*. Edith, I kuaw I need pot tell you 1® cherieh and it iartyfoit* fost than should auffietent Jfary M’Nammr* was for caneealingß
July 6, 1837 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 
n • symptoms of the return of ir.y old cmoplsim.- iu.seof Uhetunatie Gout, I hate Ulcly hod proof tl.u

n • symptoms of the return of ir.y old cmoplsim.- iu.seof Uhetunatie Gout, I hate Ulcly hod proof tl.u

fttse! n<tec's KKI.V EDITH AUBREY ; THE WET SUNDAY. It was Sunday morning. The rain fell torrents, the wind moaned dismally, whilst ever and anon fitful gust sent the rain drops pattering against Ike drawing room windows. Little Edith Aubrey often cast a
April 2, 1849 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, 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
 
displeasure. Hi. feeling, were One deadly abwrbing thought of revenge seemed to po.- „, him ; »ud when Edrlh entered,

displeasure. Hi. feeling, were One deadly abwrbing thought of revenge seemed to po.- „, him ; »ud when Edrlh entered,

shall possess the hand of Edith Monlfort. No words—away !It is irrevocable. Go, and array thvself—put thy dress-1 command it—and ready to receive me and thy bridegroom before night shall here ’’ saying, waved her way; and Edith, supported Amy, scarce able
October 22, 1846 - Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet - Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
 
LITERARY NOTICE

LITERARY NOTICE

Cleopatra, and her daughter, Edith ; and we lake an extract from this part the narrative, which affords a glimpse of the sort of new matrimonial connexion about to be formed : Mr. Dombey, who had taken a stalely leave of Edith, bent, or made some approach
June 3, 1847 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IllK NKAVUV TKUCOKAI'iI, OCTOIIKR 5. ists

IllK NKAVUV TKUCOKAI'iI, OCTOIIKR 5. ists

her head. Yet, with all her beauty, state, and wealth, Edith Lee was not happy. One fatal remembrance darkened the hues of her life. ** It would difficult to determine what impulse had brought Edith Lee the greet festival. True, most Iter neighbor* went
October 5, 1848 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
would not have me opposed to general opinion. \ou | know what an enemy you are to singularity our sex

would not have me opposed to general opinion. \ou | know what an enemy you are to singularity our sex

closed u,on the last, Edith threw herself into her father’s arms and' burst into tears. Half in sobs, 1 halt in words, her story was told, and Mr. Trevanion was at first very angry with Aithur Ralegh’s want of temper. But Edith could not bear to have
October 17, 1835 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DEPUTY LIEUTENANTS.

DEPUTY LIEUTENANTS.

France,should return, who could doubt that would consent whatever his all but worshipped Edith could demand ? Thus matters stood, when, on sweet calm evening in June, Edith and Charles Villiers strayed forth into the Park, and the latter so eloquently discoursed
February 23, 1837 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
tiif. ciiirisE.—Bv r.. r. i

tiif. ciiirisE.—Bv r.. r. i

and ns the ooor upon tho last, Edith threw herself into Imr and hurst into tsars. Half in Sofia and half in words, her story was tild, Mr. Tret-anion wes first very angry with Arthur Halcgh'a want of tumpor. But Edith could not boar to hire him blamed
October 19, 1835 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland