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same good reason,” said the old gentleman. “ You are too old, Edith, not to see the wisdom of such an arrangement.” “ Spare uncle,” said Edith. “ I cannot think it. Let live with yon.” Edith, you must lay aside your whimsical sentimentality,” said Mr.
August 18, 1866 - Ulster General Advertiser, Herald of Business and General Information - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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NAVAS VNKPN.

good resvon," said the old gtsulonan. "You are too old, Edith, nut to sue the wisdom of such an arrangement." "Share me, uncle," said Edith. "I twimot think of A. Let me live with you." " Edith, you must lay aside your whimsied sentimentality:'' said
November 9, 1861 - Meath Herald and Cavan Advertiser - Kells, Meath, Republic of Ireland
 
LETTERPRESS PUNTING BY

LETTERPRESS PUNTING BY

At length Edith found words—“ 1 have no friend help are never without car Friend,” was the reply, in low. tender tone. Edith looked op. “Ob, I know what you mean; but Ido not. cannot feel it.” _., •• Try pray, love—l beg your pardon—Miss Edith. Thank, you
December 18, 1868 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
THE TWO BROTHERS.

THE TWO BROTHERS.

movement. " 0 Edith, I not shield yon said pas■onately. "Is there way saving you from all this trouble and distress Indeed, Edith, if I could give you my life I would, to save you froia this terrible tyrrany house." " Dear Richard," said Edith, " you would
August 13, 1862 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
QUISHED

QUISHED

trial and conviction of her father, he had been Edith's greatest earthly et.mforter. Now, he met her at the door of the parlour; and, taking her from the servant, held her tenderly to his boquo. 'Edith! 0 Edith! Omsk heaven, restored to ma again :' She kissed
July 12, 1862 - Portadown News - Portadown, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 

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HEART-STKUGGLES.

to Edith, "the fair girl sought her dear sister and faithful friend, and in a trembling, happy voice, said, Dear Evelyn, I am so happy now.” The arms of Evelyn were folded tenderly around the beautiful, fragile girl; she did not need to ask Edith why
August 11, 1866 - Ulster General Advertiser, Herald of Business and General Information - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE TWO BROTHERS.

THE TWO BROTHERS.

I had been used do. " Edith, «>i»H we ride to-day asksd. for just moment she looked ictp my face with something of her old bright sp<ile ; then suddenly turning pale, she answered, " ] must not, Richard," sadly. " Must not, Edith ! What do you mean " Your
August 14, 1862 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
StUrtei Joetrtj,

StUrtei Joetrtj,

I had been used to do. Edith, shall w# ride to-day ? I asked. For just moment she looked into my face with something of her old bright smile; then suddenly turning pale, she answered, I must not, Richard,” sadly. Must not, Edith? What do you mean.- •‘Your
July 3, 1862 - Londonderry Standard - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
EDITH RAY.

EDITH RAY.

mended, and • •bits foam wreathing he motionlesa lips. ' Edith l—roy own Edith!' outspend flobsoo, a bonne 'with agony. Edith to Get, and the mocking walls echoed bee unnatural laugh. • Conk, Edith. look,' entire:eta Sherrill ; 'it is nothine ;' and be
February 23, 1861 - Sligo Chronicle - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
AT LAST

AT LAST

pasvionately : ' I have brought you another gift, dear Edith , but in accepting it, you will accept the h-art and Lind of the giver.' Ile drew forth a heavy ring set with pearl'. ' Will you wear it, Edith ?' 'I will wear it, Clyde.' Iler face was very white
July 26, 1862 - Portadown News - Portadown, Armagh, Northern Ireland