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IT IS MONSTROUS.

IT IS MONSTROUS.

• My only comfort till poor Frederick comes borne is to spend myself for her • she pleaded to Edith. She was always fond of me, always very good tome. ' Edith st.iyed later aud longer at the Ssa-wall House, as the days lengthened. end the shadow deepened
February 19, 1903 - Leitrim Advertiser - Mohill, Leitrim, Republic of Ireland
 
CHAPTER V.

CHAPTER V.

stirred by his sister's suggestion. but only to indignation, and he Iverayed nothing of it to Edith. Presently it passed entirely from his reitteuibranee. Edith had fallen so simply into her natural place that it was inipoiwible to imagine or desire any
June 21, 1902 - Northern Constitution - Coleraine, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
The was a Stewing in Disguise.

The was a Stewing in Disguise.

obstinate niece. Edith Hsrlowe. P. S—His name is Larry Creston. For a week Edith heard nothing from hoe note. Then one noon ,he met her undo rushing from his favourite cafe, and she walked at his side to the elevator door. Well, Edith, Fre seen your hero
March 1, 1902 - Enniscorthy Guardian - Enniscorthy, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
CHAPTER VIIL

CHAPTER VIIL

keep Mrs. Glenney and Edith apart. Jack Farquhar and Lady Dundas assisted hint thews by keeping all the company engaged in playing wild nursery games; all except Edith and Sir Henry Diendsw who haul a game leg. How lifeless Edith seemed among the rest
July 5, 1902 - Northern Constitution - Coleraine, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
THE CROSS-BACKS,

THE CROSS-BACKS,

, first in all works of devotion and charity. Her admiration far Edith is still unbounded. One day they were talking about that notable virifc from the euchre club committee, and Edith said : “I always feel ashamed when I remember how angry and indignant
July 9, 1906 - Irish News and Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ONE AFTERNOON. " How could Charlie ever have married here Edith Martin woodered, looking from her handsome, boyish brother to

ONE AFTERNOON. " How could Charlie ever have married here Edith Martin woodered, looking from her handsome, boyish brother to

and burst into passionate tears. She took her baby jealously from Edith's arms, and, kissing the little white face, cried: " more likely to want black than that I'm very sorry," said Edith, gently, but Ada shook off her caressing hand. The contrast between
July 3, 1902 - Newry Reporter - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
SHORT SERIAL. well the smallest kindness was entitled, in Edith's opinion, to her gratitude and attention. So when they had

SHORT SERIAL. well the smallest kindness was entitled, in Edith's opinion, to her gratitude and attention. So when they had

paused by her were never any other but Edith and little boy's side, and took t he same hand that Max and occasionally the nursemaid in it. Marjorie had held ; and so for a moment " They had many visitors," Edith said they faced each other, looking into
September 22, 1910 - Ballymoney Free Press and Northern Counties Advertiser - Ballymoney, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE INQUEST.

THE INQUEST.

not She did not care for meat, and / Neither did Edith touch the meat 1 was no one cook it except Edith one in the house but witness, Edith ’!?’ deceased. Witness had the steak pan in the kitchen, Edith bring You did not notice what gn© with it? No, si
September 23, 1911 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LANCASTER POISONING MYSTERY

LANCASTER POISONING MYSTERY

She received letter from Edith on the 15th August, and alao a postcard. She had the letter now. but not the postcard, which must have been destroyed whilst »h* away. The Coroner lead extract from tlie letter, in which Edith apuke of her unhappy life
September 15, 1911 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
CHAPTER XIV.

CHAPTER XIV.

regard for his wife's memory would have effaced himself for ever. It is Edith, of course, who has put him up to it—for the sake of her position. It is Edith who stands in me wev—Edith, and nothing else, until her deittli. That fellow says I cannot marry—until
August 2, 1902 - Northern Constitution - Coleraine, Londonderry, Northern Ireland