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EDITH MALLORY’S TRIUMPH.

EDITH MALLORY’S TRIUMPH.

without heeding the strange sparkle in her eyes. Edith Edith I why what ails you ?” Ails mo? Nothing. Why?” ‘‘Yon are answering ‘yes' and ‘no’ rr.udoti) don't believe you have heard a word spoke to yon I” Edith passed her trembling hand across her foi'ohcad
September 2, 1895 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
A SAINT’S CHAMPION.

A SAINT’S CHAMPION.

of Miss Edith, and was piwtienlarly pleased to have bar for teacher. She need to say to her mother“ I'm so glad Miss Edith U my teacher! Whan it’s tohool-time we don’t think anything but lessons t but as soon it’s recess she U just Miss Edith again, and
January 25, 1897 - Irish News and Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Po»try.

Po»try.

certainty in George's mind. He came and sat down Edith, looking earnestly in her face. Edith, will you tell why you were weeping No answer. “ Edith, I beg of you to tell me Then, us she still kept silence; 41 Edith, if you nut tell me, I shall pul own
January 2, 1894 - Newry Reporter - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
THE RIOTS AT VALGANERA.

THE RIOTS AT VALGANERA.

■hall not tell Edith. She is in quite bad humour enough already." And the words went with Harry all the way home and he pictured Edith to himself illtempered and exacting, and be resolved all the more firmly, not to yield an inch. Edith, the first anger
December 29, 1893 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
THE PORTABOWN NEWS-SATURDAY. JUNE 22, 1895.

THE PORTABOWN NEWS-SATURDAY. JUNE 22, 1895.

will go to my own room." On the stairs she meet Edith. Edith had been in herbed-room, dressing to go out. Edith had heard the familiar click of the garden-gate, and had cautiously drawn near the window. Edith had seen the meeting. the stern brow soften
June 22, 1895 - Portadown News - Portadown, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 

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ALLEGED FATAL ASSAULT.

ALLEGED FATAL ASSAULT.

eyes. “ Ob, yes, Edith, dearest, I know how big and brave and careful he is ! And what ehe, my dearest ? That was not all, surely ! That would not bring my girl home with such light in her eyes, and such “ Oh, don’t!” whispered Edith, in confusion. “You
February 24, 1894 - Lisburn Herald, and Antrim and Down Advertiser - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
bTABLE REQUISITES ALWAYS IN STOCK.

bTABLE REQUISITES ALWAYS IN STOCK.

here to Paris. and expect to spend the winter in Italy," said Edith- Doctor Montgomery bade his patient good-morning and good-b;. * * • Two years passed. Mary and Edith were is Rome. Edith was engaged with a beautiful piece of Roman embroidery, old pinks
September 30, 1893 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ART AND LITERATURE.

ART AND LITERATURE.

This was too much for Edith, whose indignation was intense. She threw up her veil, revealing to George Chester a face that terrified him, so full was it of withering scorn. " I stn glad I have found you out, Mr. Chester," said Edith. "Fortunately, it is
April 27, 1895 - Portadown News - Portadown, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
an ADIRONDACK STORY,

an ADIRONDACK STORY,

had been Edith Hallstou’s companion and •haperon ever since her mother’s death three years previously. She and Edith were the warmest Sneads. But we could not lose ourselves if we tried, ■ear the lake we are, Mrs. Castiemon, dear,” said Edith, laughingly
January 27, 1894 - Lisburn Herald, and Antrim and Down Advertiser - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TRINCUING AND DIGGING.

TRINCUING AND DIGGING.

be here in three days, and next October will be married to Edith. Fancy, Edith, your becoming Mrs. Torn Danforth!" Julia, who was three years younger than her sister, always talked as if Edith were no older than herself. anctually at twelve o'clock the
January 15, 1898 - Portadown News - Portadown, Armagh, Northern Ireland