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LATEST NEWS. York have adopted piatforms in favour of the' resumption of specie payments. The 'snarl party also approve of

LATEST NEWS. York have adopted piatforms in favour of the' resumption of specie payments. The 'snarl party also approve of

struck the Edith ; the collision occurred within seven miuutee of the time he first saw the Duchess ; the Great Emmen Jetty light was abeam at 1.40 ; the port light of theDuchms was ouly seen just that vessel striking the Edith ; the Edith starlxuriled
September 25, 1875 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE SINKING OF THE EDITH.

THE SINKING OF THE EDITH.

struck'. the Edith the collision occurred within seven mifiitea of the time he first saw the Duchess ; the reat Eastern J ettv light was 'abeam at 1.40 ; the portlight of ?? was only seen ?? as that vessel was striking the Edith; the ;Edith htarboarded
September 18, 1875 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NEWRY REPORTER, TUESDAY, DE(^MBER3O^IB7Q^

NEWRY REPORTER, TUESDAY, DE(^MBER3O^IB7Q^

which Edith wears, her husband prizes most the meek and gentle spirit of his loving wife. did not know how strong a power love possessed to subdue and chasten the wild, untamed emotions of the heart, until Edith taught the beauti- ful lesson. Edith was
December 30, 1879 - Newry Reporter - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
). Londmi iKoiion

). Londmi iKoiion

little further, Edith?” ••Really, Mary, w« should retamiuj/ home;.! thought jwu of Loing tired?” tephed Edith Mervyu, I; j Kuo utuut the sMtae agt- her cou>ia. "Yes; bat there Mr. Crosby coming, and I want fo have some fan with him, Edith.” •• Well, I think
May 2, 1871 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
COMPETITIVE CRAM.

COMPETITIVE CRAM.

her alto set off one morning after breakfast to or the invitation in person. Edith sad Ralph had ridden over to the county town, ...middy to purchase some trifle that Edith discovered g r e atly in need of, but in reality to gain the e wer.. of a ie.
February 3, 1877 - Meath Herald and Cavan Advertiser - Kells, Meath, Republic of Ireland
 

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MY NEW LODGINGS.

MY NEW LODGINGS.

glad apeak to Miss Edith. ' Edith dosed ami locked her desk immediately, and left the mom. We felt we wen in the way, felt that linajy would hate given worlds u* laden our hats and depart, and yet we not go. For own part, I fait ist Edith when she away from
August 3, 1870 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
L., SERtAi; AND _OTHER TALES t

L., SERtAi; AND _OTHER TALES t

slightly at Edith say farewell. Ralph shook hands with Edith, kissed as he answered—" I hope so ; it is pleasant to be her, and then hurried out, followed both by her and missed." Harold, who scented resolved to see the last of the Edith had rung for
February 10, 1877 - Clare Advertiser and Kilrush Gazette - Kilrush, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 
THE SINKING OF THE EDITH.

THE SINKING OF THE EDITH.

cards the E'dith. The Duchess, of course, n usthave lad the Edith on her own starboard side, and conse- queitly, ticcording to article 14 of the rules of the read, it was tire duty of the Duciless of Sutherland to keep out of the anvy of the Edith, and of
September 20, 1875 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EDITH RUSHMORE.

EDITH RUSHMORE.

amusement in the family, for Edith's little eousin. having retd it, asked, Did you over play on the accordium, Edith Then what did Mr. Maisey put it on your ring for I That’s whit I want to know." “ Not one of favourite pieeea,” mid Edith, in her inhappy reve
April 26, 1879 - Northern Constitution - Coleraine, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
ANOTHER COLLISION.

ANOTHER COLLISION.

port, and the Alexandra took on board the pmsingers of the Edith who wished to he conveyed to Dublin. The Edith wank in ten fathoms of water (60 feet) about 58 minutes after the collision. The Edith was built at Newcastle-on Tyne. by Leslie and Co. in 1868
September 11, 1875 - Drogheda Argus and Leinster Journal - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland