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RtTML of the Dittvkt of Bothnia.

RtTML of the Dittvkt of Bothnia.

tl.at the soul absent from the right. So set Htlde, tod reclined her grandchild Edith.” * • • * • * » * . few dairies, primroaes, and cowslips, grew sroontt; these Edith began pluck, singing she wore, simple song that, not more the disleet than the “aliment
September 20, 1848 - Limerick and Clare Examiner - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
HINTS FOR VOTERS FOR POOR L»W GUARDIANS. , FASBIOH ANDTABLE TALE. Under the above title brocheure has just appeared, which

HINTS FOR VOTERS FOR POOR L»W GUARDIANS. , FASBIOH ANDTABLE TALE. Under the above title brocheure has just appeared, which

.. 25 Edith, ... J. Ewart, ... The signal was given for starting at about half-past one o’clock, when the Gleam and Aialanta went off together. Six minutes after the Medina and Union slipped their moorings, and after a similar period the Edith followed
July 3, 1839 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ABDIF.L AND INA.

ABDIF.L AND INA.

did not speak. The watchful eye of affection saw that his heart was full; but Edith sought no confidence that her brother withheld, and she forebore to question him. «My Edith," said he, •* 1 see that you sympathize with me iu my secret grief, though have
September 8, 1848 - Tyrone Constitution - Omagh, Tyrone, Northern Ireland
 
THE PRATER OP EDITH

THE PRATER OP EDITH

THE PRATER OP EDITH In her prayers one even tide, Edith prayed to bs bride. She becomes inch, end mother withal; dies, leaving two children, when lo? the husband and children are nwwhere fonnd. Onenda, ** Edith’s maiden mild,” while oppressed the misery
March 26, 1845 - Waterford Chronicle - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
THE LATE MTTBDER AND SUICIDE NEAR BRISTOL. , . The .djoomed inq«.t the bodie. S*"'" l Edith Cork, who were

THE LATE MTTBDER AND SUICIDE NEAR BRISTOL. , . The .djoomed inq«.t the bodie. S*"'" l Edith Cork, who were

THE LATE MTTBDER AND SUICIDE NEAR BRISTOL. , . The .djoomed inq«.t the bodie. S*"'" l Edith Cork, who were found on the morning of Thandoy, the 31et ultimo, with their cut, mt on Kingswood Hill, near Brirtol, wa» reaumed oo before W. J. Elht, E»q.. corooer
April 9, 1842 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN BAT REGATTA. D4T—TCESDiAV. The following yachts started for Time-race fer all yacht, belonging to Koval Yacht Clubs. Prite—AJO piece

DUBLIN BAT REGATTA. D4T—TCESDiAV. The following yachts started for Time-race fer all yacht, belonging to Koval Yacht Clubs. Prite—AJO piece

Clubs. Prite—AJO piece of plate V The Edith, J. Esq., Tons, ... Tnlon, O. Lloyd, Esq., 48 do., ... Medina, D. Fleetwood, Esq., do., ... Gleam, Sir R. G. Booth. Bart., 29 do. ... Atalants. H. Scovell, Esq., 25 do. The Edith, giving the first two vessels twelve
July 3, 1839 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TUKSDtY—aecosu DAY.

TUKSDtY—aecosu DAY.

hrsl-uamed busts, ami Edith would most prooaldy have won be*l (down halt gale. The Union was the first the Iww thrf flag-ship, and therefore the winner. The Gleam was not mure than ten yards behind, and they had both just the flag-boat the Edith eutewd .tarhour
July 6, 1839 - Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
afteratttre.

afteratttre.

THE CARELESS WORD. (concluded from ouk last.) Now Edith netrer wa« so happy in her life, but it was a happine<( so exquisite that it pained her, and she might have looked sorrowful unknowingly. Her mind was full of delight that she could
August 4, 1849 - Ulster General Advertiser, Herald of Business and General Information - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
company.

company.

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
 
tell her to come and take her uncle’s blessing, and thank him for bringing you all a new relation. Bid

tell her to come and take her uncle’s blessing, and thank him for bringing you all a new relation. Bid

ended, and Edith, saluted as Mrs. Pendarves, was conveyed hack to the mansion by her proud and happy bridegroom in his elegant new chariot, the wedding gift of Sir Meredith his nephew. The company were assembled to the breakfast, after which Edith’s biidal
November 21, 1844 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland