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THE GIGGLING GIRL.

THE GIGGLING GIRL.

minutes later they were seated in the ’.glow |amp. Edith leaning rest.fully against soft folds of her cloak. "While (piick glance took in the dainty room ; whose every appointment had come from the home Edith had loved and lost, the girl was vvhimmcal'y wondering
February 28, 1902 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
THE OVERSEAS LEAGUE.

THE OVERSEAS LEAGUE.

Begge. Edith Brace, Wilbalaiaa Knee, and beneK. Witnese lifted the doth end fan it to Brace. She had ain two three oooaaioae. There was ao doubt that Edith Brace was them at the tine of the tbefto (ten MiUar'e. Hr. Orahan—Don’t yon think that Edith worked
November 14, 1907 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE CONSTITUTION, JUNE 28, 1902.

THE CONSTITUTION, JUNE 28, 1902.

His intense gum drew them from under their heavy lids to meet his in a calm searching question. "We shill have to do it, Edith," he said, smiling. "They won't let us live in peace without." "It would not be wrong?" thoughtfully. "Wrong!" Then burst out
June 28, 1902 - Northern Constitution - Coleraine, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
STATUTORY NOTICE TO CREDITORS.

STATUTORY NOTICE TO CREDITORS.

Bend dorm thy touch to meet; The clover- blowsoms in the grass, Rise up to kiss thy feet " Had not he also thought of his Edith throughnut the service, and throughout the sermon, and was be not now standing by her side, in the old churchyard, that to
June 6, 1908 - Coleraine Chronicle - Coleraine, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
Ems A BURIED SECRET. e "la Owsplay." oft, ONION 11101010 N, d do. sin the Tinsley had minssay is Ms

Ems A BURIED SECRET. e "la Owsplay." oft, ONION 11101010 N, d do. sin the Tinsley had minssay is Ms

tempted by catapaaira wimp "He did sok me, M gnat to haw." Had it bees gleam Edith sight have Isla • weed mile ever Mrs. Morley's face as mica Why wen yes se and to Welter Remy last Edith sowed the ppm before her impetiesuly. ' I don't like Omens Ramsay. sad
August 17, 1900 - North Down Herald and County Down Independent - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
Carlisle, T. N. M ‘Lay. Acoustics, Light and Hbat.—J. J. Walker.

Carlisle, T. N. M ‘Lay. Acoustics, Light and Hbat.—J. J. Walker.

rothy Courtland Hamilton. ~ Form IL—Helen Archibald. „ Form I.—Molly Walker. Latin.— Edith Rea, Janet Smile* Nichols. Frbnco.—Edith Rea, Janet Smiles Nichols, Edith M. Nichols, Betty Kirkpatrick, Maude Tate. Litkratdrr Comtosition (Prise resented by H
November 14, 1906 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MOBE LUNATICS BUT A DUninX'TION Iff THE

MOBE LUNATICS BUT A DUninX'TION Iff THE

apparently, for Edith. The Stotts were on holiday in Male*, and Edith with them, so the man disopgjerrxl X'l). Ou Wednesday, with the girl o&d were formerly with him. met Edith going school after dinner. "Bdilb, Kdiih!" callrrL bore.” Edith, telling th
September 24, 1906 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE LEITRIM ADVERTISER, THrRSDAY SEPTEMBER 12 1901

THE LEITRIM ADVERTISER, THrRSDAY SEPTEMBER 12 1901

this. Do not be very angry, Edith.' She took bee dater's hand caressingly le ken, and held it es I and Wells spoke. I mid very little. for I felt almost. guilty ; hut Wells. who knew nothing, talked mirestramerily. As Edith stood beside as, Smith and Georgy
September 12, 1901 - Leitrim Advertiser - Mohill, Leitrim, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CONSTITUTION, AUGUST 2, 1901

THE CONSTITUTION, AUGUST 2, 1901

month to May Hosier, an old friend of Edith's. She once stayed here. I think you know her." "And Edith?" asked Mrs. Loraine eagerly, her mind busy at once with Arthur Knowles'. improved prospects. "We w nted to keep Edith with us. It would I eve been quite
August 2, 1902 - Northern Constitution - Coleraine, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
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ous B#Qm non

straight down to Devonshire—to Ribford, where the Nugents live—it will be a big surprise to Edith and to them, for they do not know of my return. When I get Edith to name the day I'll let you know at once—it will be upon as early a date as I can persuade
April 12, 1902 - Portadown News - Portadown, Armagh, Northern Ireland