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Supplement to THE PEOPLE, Friday, December 24, 1886.

Supplement to THE PEOPLE, Friday, December 24, 1886.

encounter Edith's mood of discontent. The young lady had wanted a young attendant, but had been circumvented by Supple, her persevering, yet obsequious enemy. Margate, as she called herself, had been some hours in the house before she was called to Edith's chatnber
December 24, 1886 - Wexford People - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
Murdered! Agnes shrank back, and shuddered. Who murde;ed him r Hush—hush ! Don't speak of it—here is my mother," he

Murdered! Agnes shrank back, and shuddered. Who murde;ed him r Hush—hush ! Don't speak of it—here is my mother," he

beggar us if he will. We are irremediably in his power, Edith. you and all of us together." "Then heaven help us." Edith said, sadly. "For that man's nature is pitiless and implacable" "Edith, Edith, listen to me, darling. He Is not pitiless. he is not
August 24, 1889 - Ballinrobe Chronicle and Mayo Advertiser - Ballinrobe, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
CHAPTER LIV.

CHAPTER LIV.

as glad as Edith when she was pronounoed able to undertake the voyage. Why they were going to England in the winter they did not say, and we suppose it might be to benefit Edith and pay a visit to Glenthorpe, where Emma was so happy. Edith preferred leaving
March 29, 1888 - Ballymoney Free Press and Northern Counties Advertiser - Ballymoney, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CHAPTER %XXIV.

CHAPTER %XXIV.

say to me ?" Edith asked. There was a shake of the head, and Edith continued : " Perhaps you can write it r Another head shake, while the eager eyes went from Edith's face to Gertie, and from Certie back again. "I think 1 can guess." Edith said. It u a
October 8, 1887 - Coleraine Chronicle - Coleraine, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
SCHUYLER HILL,

SCHUYLER HILL,

as glad as Edith when she was pronounced able to undertake the voyage. Why they were going to England in the winter they did not say, and we suppose it might be to benefit Edith and pay a visit to Glenthorpe, where Emma was do happy. Edith preferred leaving
March 24, 1888 - Coleraine Chronicle - Coleraine, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 

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CHAPIEE XI.

CHAPIEE XI.

that it red him lo , nuil Tonoieton very rhortly, and. oxcepl for i Edith Molecombe. i: would tuit him just well ■ to leave the day after to morrow week or two lator ;he would not see Edith this afternoon. **■■* : was well aware that t.he bad an togagwoicn'
April 9, 1887 - Belfast Weekly News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SATURDAY, AUGUST 17, 1889.

SATURDAY, AUGUST 17, 1889.

them. And yet Edith Wynne slept quietly with Mr. Fleming by her side. Natures like Fleiningb sever give up a pursu i t. Holy or unholy, it is the one aim, the one Wert far which they toil unceasingly. To say that he still wished to many Edith, widowed in
August 17, 1889 - Ballinrobe Chronicle and Mayo Advertiser - Ballinrobe, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
How he bated their evident es' ea& other's society I How he diafed under the glancing brightness Edith's eye, every

How he bated their evident es' ea& other's society I How he diafed under the glancing brightness Edith's eye, every

I hope so, unless," he added, smiling at Edith, "they shut the doors on me at Grace-park. going home to see a sailor brother of mine who has just come home. You will be glad to see Arthur, will you not, Edith P you remember him, I suppose ?" Oh, yes,
June 29, 1889 - Ballinrobe Chronicle and Mayo Advertiser - Ballinrobe, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
SCHUYLER HILL,

SCHUYLER HILL,

themselves more distinctly on Edith's mind. " No, it's for you ; keep it, Edith. You will want it genie time to prove that you meant fair. I have written a few lines on it myself to show your innocence," Mrs. Barrett said, and Edith put the letter into the
March 1, 1888 - Ballymoney Free Press and Northern Counties Advertiser - Ballymoney, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SCHUYLER HILL,

SCHUYLER HILL,

lady sat knitting on the porch, with Godfrey Schuyler playing near her. She recognised Edith, and seemed glad and surprised to see her. " I wanted to come again," Edith said, sitting close beside the woman. " I was not feeling well when I was here yesterday
May 28, 1887 - Coleraine Chronicle - Coleraine, Londonderry, Northern Ireland