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THE MARINE LIST.

THE MARINE LIST.

fruiaaiv Anonymous P.uLiwhtr, for the Poor J-eiaUp. LORO OF tHE ISLES. Tut Ate rURTHCS EXtRACT* THIS ADMIRABLE PRODUCTION. When Edith has been arrayed in bridal attire, :be Ptiet thua rep eaentt her: O ! lives there now so cold maid* Who thus in ticaaly’s pomp
January 20, 1815 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Belfast Coiwutwial C

Belfast Coiwutwial C

v.uTHrot thomis, ok* Hit stAjts- TV’s COUONtK* to* IH« Cil*3T*», T«* 14th oat or apkil, 1612. SutJth—That his ini.strc.ss, Edith Morrcv, set | him tnurdcr his master, anJ !ie was to have all he had. She told him to Wm. Shaw’s, public-house in llankelow
September 7, 1812 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LLOYD'S LIST-JAN. 6.

LLOYD'S LIST-JAN. 6.

mails Edith of Lorn, awake, awake! til. " O wak* whilte Dawn, itwj ifciatt W«k«« Nature’» charm* to vie with thin*, Me hide the mollW thrush rejoice mate thy melody voice ; Hie dew that the violet lies, llocks the dark luetre thine eye* * But, Edith, wake
January 13, 1815 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A ssi tints

A ssi tints

ssi tints Robert Kruce, Mr. Cobh.im; Edward ; Mr. Wallis j, Ronald, Mr, Seymour,—lsabel. Mrs, Yates; Edith, Miss Walstein, conclude with the Farce of THE IRISH WIDOW. Keckeay, W. Farren ; Thomas, Mr. FuV.am ; Sir Patrick O’Neill, Mr. Ward —Widow Brady
June 13, 1818 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THEATRE-ROYAL.

THEATRE-ROYAL.

Edward Bruce. Mr. Mallis: Lord of Lon. Mr. Thompson; Lord Ronald. Kr. Seymour; the Abbot. Mr. Younger.—lsabel, Mn. iaiee; Edith. Mias Walstein. , . To conclude with the Farce THE aULTAN ROYAL IRISH INSTITUTION, Under the Patronage of HIS ROYAL TlitE PRINCE
June 15, 1818 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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THE THEATRE.

THE THEATRE.

character with the force and vigour which she can so well impart to i ra . portant dramatic personage ; and Miss VValstei, as Edith of Lorn, maintained her popularity and the theatneal deputation very fully. VVe cannot U embark in any thing like circumstantial
June 15, 1818 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A M E RICA.

A M E RICA.

(the Title the A& and the Section arc recited.) And whereas, it has hem officially made known to tbit e.ivcrnmcut, that the Edith of France, violating the neutral commerce of the United Stales, hare been revoked, and eettfc to have cfFcifl, from the firfi
December 15, 1810 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
1 r»in Il(* I ba-I worn ; th<* work bt'fnre, b I fbe reives *be # told be bad bimtr-1

1 r»in Il(* I ba-I worn ; th<* work bt'fnre, b I fbe reives *be # told be bad bimtr-1

tiiat their l opinion, she was from three to five months gone. Lomas was ordered for execution Monday last. Judgment respited Edith Murray, until after her delivery. The anxiety of the public hear this trial was great, that the Court was crowded to excess
August 31, 1812 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FOREIGN INVOICE.

FOREIGN INVOICE.

Edward Bruce. Mr. Wallis; Lord- of Lorn, Mr. Thompson; Lord Ronald, Mr. Seymour; the Abbot, Mr. Younger—lsabel. Mrs. Yates; Edith, Mist Wabtrin, After which, for the 4th time, a New Opera in two Acts, entit'ed LALLAH UOOKH, OR TUB MINSTREL OF CASMERE. (Tj*
June 20, 1818 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20. 1813.

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20. 1813.

their allegiance and duty, much to their credit ; and the example, I sincerely hope, will be followed by them all. The woman Edith Morrey, convicted of aiding and abetting Lomas in murdering her husband at Hankelow, in Cheshire, and whose sentence was respited
February 20, 1813 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland