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MURDER OF ROSSI.

MURDER OF ROSSI.

reproachfully at Edith, Waa it possible that his Edith bad ever loved before ? if not, why this emotion This thought sped with lightninglike rapidity through his mind, and conducting his wife to a seal, hastily lelt her. was Horace whom Edith had seen: and
August 16, 1850 - Tyrone Constitution - Omagh, Tyrone, Northern Ireland
 
THE MEATH PEOPI. E. i countenance of Graham ; but he replied, plea-: santly.

THE MEATH PEOPI. E. i countenance of Graham ; but he replied, plea-: santly.

be with me. What more can I wish to make me happy * Ah ! Edith, vou forget Albert.’ And was it he you were trying to remind me of? That is such an old song! Pray change the name.’ Edith, Edith, what thoughtless girl! 1 ■cannot bear you to speak thus ;
September 24, 1859 - Meath People, and Cavan and Westmeath Chronicle - Navan, Meath, Republic of Ireland
 
SELECT POETRY.

SELECT POETRY.

where she had left Edith, who was still there, and weeping bitterly, Hester !” exclaimed the startled girl, looking up as she advanced. Edith—dear Edith !” For moment they wero clasped in each other's arms. t( Forgive me,” murmured Edith. have nothing
February 19, 1850 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
Eitnaturr.

Eitnaturr.

EDITH FHA UK HEART OR. THE SEASON IN TOWN. CHATTER XXI. News from the East. Soon after Mr*. Bowden’s grand ball, the Frank* hoarts left town tor Gloucestershire. To Edith the . change was delightful one The London season was over; and much
April 29, 1854 - Westmeath Independent - Athlone, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
to leave Fleetwood as follow* :

to leave Fleetwood as follow* :

mocking devil in her lip and eye. “Edith, Edith! be careful what yon say!" do not fear yon; yam dare not strike me!" “ Edith, tannt more!" “Ob, a noble soul!" ironically exclaimed the misguided wife. •* Edith, Edith, wife!” he eontinned, not moc
November 13, 1851 - Londonderry Standard - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 

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where she left Edith, who was still there, and weeping bitterly. • Hestwr 1* exclaimed tbe startled girl, looking up she advanced. • Edith dear Edith 1* For a moment they were clasped each other’s arms. • Forgive me.’ murmured Edith. • 1 have nothing
January 30, 1850 - Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
EDITH F R A N K II £ A R T THE SEASON IN TOWN.

EDITH F R A N K II £ A R T THE SEASON IN TOWN.

for the remuindor of the march, 1 Chapter XL Sir Ferdinand Frankhaart and Edith visit the metropolis. Mi. Howden’s dreamt, you mean, said Edith. His riches are no dreams, Edith, returned the Baronet, But, enough of this ; I hope to see you occupying a
March 25, 1854 - Westmeath Independent - Athlone, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
SELF-LOVE AND SELF-DENIAL.

SELF-LOVE AND SELF-DENIAL.

personal enjoyment. Edith Hollis ,u,gU nootass—he had never loved her had she been otherwise. Edith Barrow must not be poetess, for loving himself too much, love her longer if she remained so. The decision was arrived at, and Edith must make the required
May 29, 1851 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
AN OLD MAN'S MEMINiaCENCKS.

AN OLD MAN'S MEMINiaCENCKS.

to show them iter fine house ; but she supposed Edith would be ashamed of her old mother now. * Mother,*’ said Kale, vou are not speaking yon (h ; is is Dorothea who has pul this info your head. If Edith were a queen, instead what she is, she wouM never
February 5, 1852 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
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13s Od to 20s Ud

the forest rivulet they ireseneo of a "ood instrument, well mav prove sat. and Edith rati Jed in r own wild wav. while - ~ I Beautiful Edith Bryant! Beautiful coquettish I Edith!—Hov/ with unskilful jenoil shall lever ! be able to pive even a faint idea
November 23, 1858 - Newry Herald and Down, Armagh, and Louth Journal - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland