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CHAMBERS OF AGRICULTURE.

CHAMBERS OF AGRICULTURE.

half cousin and namesake, Edith Nugent, once of Riblord. Allow introduce you afresh her.” ..... she spoke she flung open door leading into another room; and there, along with an elderly tody and gentleman, stood second Edith. “ Doughs the last exclaimed
April 12, 1902 - Longford Journal - Longford, Longford, Republic of Ireland
 
MIDLAND TRIBUNE & KING'S COUNTY VINDICATOR SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1906

MIDLAND TRIBUNE & KING'S COUNTY VINDICATOR SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1906

note from Cousin Dorothy. Ive been waiting lung for that letter, ton.'' "Edith." said Bobby, and his voice sounded like the voice of an avenging angel, "don't touch that letter!' Edith gazed at him in blank astonishment. "1-1 think... went on Bobby weakly
December 29, 1906 - Midland Tribune - Birr, Offaly, Republic of Ireland
 
THE GOLDEN TIME

THE GOLDEN TIME

love with Edith, and is enamoured Nellie, but Nellie loves Charlie, and Edith love« Jack.” The enough friend thought that was simple Well, they all go to a mashed ball. Charlie to wear the disguise of a harlequin, .lack that of a Boer: Edith -will appear
October 6, 1900 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Vfeio2S/E>lly

Vfeio2S/E>lly

1 f*?* bright and debonrir as before, and he bimself, telling Edith that I have some very good cause for his I «i?’ later would be explained. I you know how it came here?” re- I St* Edith. Mira Baker, being at work at I ■ W»riter, ha not heard the first
February 2, 1907 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Edith was aroused on the instant

Edith was aroused on the instant

salary Edith, that fellow will be president of the system some day. Lord, what nerve! And on a hundred month! Think it!” Yes, and just think if I hadn’t turned to look at that red hat, and he’d never saved me, nor you’d never ” “There, there, Edith! This
March 1, 1902 - Wicklow People - Wicklow, Wicklow, Republic of Ireland
 
! Now Ido understand. That was not Monsieur Masson, it was Monsieur de Clinchamp.” Clinchamp!’’ exclaimed Edith and Bob in

! Now Ido understand. That was not Monsieur Masson, it was Monsieur de Clinchamp.” Clinchamp!’’ exclaimed Edith and Bob in

Monsieur Masson, it was Monsieur de Clinchamp.” Clinchamp!’’ exclaimed Edith and Bob in a single breath. “Yes, madame, that was his name, Raoul de Clinchamp.” Bob looked at Edith, but she did not speak, and he continued;— “ How is be going on? Is he upstairs
March 16, 1907 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BUCOESBES.

BUCOESBES.

\V<«tberup. Martha Murdoch. Edith Meharry. Margretta Lanuoor. Ellen Kenning. Jeannie Leitch. Intennndmka Honouro—Eid. N. Hay. ,J<aria L. M’Comb. Pms— Annie Ogle. Annae Robertson. Edith Bremen. Rose. Marguerite Atkinson. Mary Edith Watters, Marcella Tor Cry
June 18, 1904 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
biMR, she ran with terrified haste room, fortunately meeting no one the way. But onM in her bed chamber and

biMR, she ran with terrified haste room, fortunately meeting no one the way. But onM in her bed chamber and

toothache,” stammered Edith. Any explanation would have satisfied Miss Stanhope that moment. She grasped Edith by the arm. must know what has happened. 1 daren’t go down alone; come.” Andrew had been naught! The thought set Edith’s brain spinning with
July 10, 1902 - Tyrone Courier - Dungannon, Tyrone, Northern Ireland
 
Ethel 8. Orr.

Ethel 8. Orr.

(Prises presented by F. J. Bigger, £»q.). Gladys M'Bouild, Edith M. Nichols, Amy Dicktioo. Form Work. —Vida Donaldson, Kathleen Fan sect, Kate Hanna, Betty Kirkpatrick, Dorothy Miller, Edith Nichols, Edith Bea, Mary Bea, Isabel Swaoston, Maude Tate, Isabel To
November 14, 1906 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A MISSING RING.

A MISSING RING.

her. Edith Maguire then said, "Oh, Eva, did you take the nag?” and said if she bad known of it before that she would have taken it back. Eva Rea then asked Edith Maguire " Will you slick to mo wherever I go?" and Edith replied that she would. Edith Mag
February 5, 1904 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland