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THY LIGHT OF ETERNAL DAY.

THY LIGHT OF ETERNAL DAY.

verily believe that if Edith had expressed the slightest ghost of a desire that 1 should take lessons in the embroidery, I should have cheerfully undertaken the dangerous task. At the end of the sixth year of my acquaintance with Edith and her mother, I began
December 18, 1902 - Ballymoney Free Press and Northern Counties Advertiser - Ballymoney, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A WORD TO LAD/ES.

A WORD TO LAD/ES.

verily believe that if Edith had expressed the slightest ghost of a desire that I should take lessons in the embroidery, I should have cheerfully undertaken the dangerous task. At the end of the such year my acquaintance with Edith and her mother, organ
December 13, 1902 - Coleraine Chronicle - Coleraine, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
M. A. BELL’S APPOINTMENTS.

M. A. BELL’S APPOINTMENTS.

conversation, from the mater.hia though'fulness, usefulness, and charming amiability from the governor; while Edith ’ ' „ , • Oh, yea—while Edith ?' echoed Rochester • Hat g it, she has never even mentioned his name * dangerous symptom that!’ ‘Of course
February 13, 1909 - Ulster Gazette - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
rc, reran wgWB AMD BELFAST MOBNINO NllWg. MONDAY. JUNE A 1905.

rc, reran wgWB AMD BELFAST MOBNINO NllWg. MONDAY. JUNE A 1905.

firmly believed that Mrs. Furbuth could feel him into conservatory or cosy comer with Edith, even though back ass turned. There would be aa additional charm ia winning Edith under that good lady's very nose. That aba should have tolerated him at her house
June 5, 1905 - Irish News and Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST LARCENY CHARGES

BELFAST LARCENY CHARGES

went out to Spence’s, and the next day to M’CHntock’s. They were together French’s, and Edith assisted in purloining the goods. At Millar’s were Madge Biggs. Edith Bruce. Wilhelmina Bruce, and herself. Witness lifted the cloth, and ~ave it to Bruce. She
November 14, 1907 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A WORD TO LADIES.

A WORD TO LADIES.

so well to hear her sing. Edith—my darling Edith—my long-lost Edith —another moment, and I was by her side. The sweerhappiness of that hour wiped away many a sad riklaction, effaced the memory of many a wretched month. Edith was changed, like myself,
December 20, 1902 - Coleraine Chronicle - Coleraine, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
MARY E. BLAKE,

MARY E. BLAKE,

is with me, Edith. I have Poked intoyour eyes, and I know that for me you are the one woman in all the world !" "But you have seen me twice," Edith objected. Would you mind telling me—was it the beggar girl you fell in love with or Edith Fordyce?" "Dear
September 9, 1905 - Kerryman - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
By RODERICK SCOW,

By RODERICK SCOW,

Captain Jack Tracey. "Another week and Edith would bare been mine. rm mare of it; hang it, IM sure of it." "By Jon, hare to harry things." thought Captain 'Edward Meroer. " I must risk everything, and propose to Edith before Ip. I think —I think she likes
November 8, 1901 - North Down Herald and County Down Independent - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
IT IS MONSTROUS.

IT IS MONSTROUS.

is it, Edith ?' • Illy knows ; 1 will oak Lily.' She knew now who this husband was. But why • H.' when she only tom him as • Fred?' lbw got the letter Iron 1417, and brought it to Gertrude • Read it to me, darling, mad She Mob OIL Isaguidly. Edith tried
February 12, 1903 - Leitrim Advertiser - Mohill, Leitrim, Republic of Ireland
 
GARDENING GOSSIP.

GARDENING GOSSIP.

mystery, said Edith dolefully; and he answered only, ** Can you trust me ?’* He went home with her; the two old ladies were told, and became extravagantly delighted, and himself was obviously proud and happy at having won her. Bo Edith, feeline at least
July 10, 1902 - Tyrone Courier - Dungannon, Tyrone, Northern Ireland