Who optional
What else? optional

Your search returned 65,994 articles

THE PORTADOWN

THE PORTADOWN

mystery," said Edith dolefully ; and he answered only, Can't you trust me ?" He went home with her ; the two old ladies were told, and became extravagantly delighted, and ho himself was obviously proud and happy at having won her. Bo Edith, feeling at least
July 12, 1902 - Portadown News - Portadown, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
OUR SHORT STORY.

OUR SHORT STORY.

toothache,” stammered Edith. I Any explanation would have satisfied Miss Stanhope that moment. She grasped Edith to the m£i. 1 must know what has happened. 1 daren't down alone; come.” I Andrew had been caught! The tbought set Edith’s brain spinning with
July 12, 1902 - Longford Journal - Longford, Longford, Republic of Ireland
 
IRISH WOLFHOUNDS

IRISH WOLFHOUNDS

Bitch-1, Mrs. Edith Cattle —Hawthorn Keady; 2, Mr. Thomas O'Connor L- imit, Bitch-1 and certificate, Mn. Edith Caddo—Hawthorn Fintoaa; 2, Mrs. Edith Cattle—Maldive!, Keady; 3, Mr. Thomas O'Consor—Scoillin. - Open, Bitch-1, Mrs. Edith Cottle—Hawthorn
September 19, 1935 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
OPENING CEREMONY

OPENING CEREMONY

Medai, Miss Edith Lyons; 2nd prise, Miss Agnes Greens Second Grade—Prize. Mies Kathleen Tierney. ORGAN (Playing at Sight)-Ist prize, Mri Gerald Dowse. lORGAN (Scales and Esereises)—First Grade' Ist prize, Miss Agnes Gillespie; 2nd prize, Miss Edith Lyons;
March 16, 1900 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Lokoford journal-sa ittiifii.?, is. ieod.

Lokoford journal-sa ittiifii.?, is. ieod.

love affair at mnch pouiole; for 1 waa being invited to her home and alwaja met Edith vane. came to know the Colonel alio, and in time invited to WoreatteMqlitre, where Edith played the hoateat like a litlla queen. Heed Iwr that I dally to love ner more
June 16, 1900 - Longford Journal - Longford, Longford, Republic of Ireland
 
CHAPTER Vl. (Coatinued.)

CHAPTER Vl. (Coatinued.)

title to the name she passes under." Edith looked at him a moment. "She shall Dot meet me!" she said firmly. "I shall leave this house to-night." Julies made no protein. He was sick to death of it all. He wished Edith would put her threat into execution
July 12, 1902 - Northern Constitution - Coleraine, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
CHAPTER VI.

CHAPTER VI.

angry than ever with Edith far her reticence, which had obliged her to take quite another line from that required by the real situation. She need not have committed lietwelf to foretelling a marriage which might never come true. Edith had no doubt deliberately
June 21, 1902 - Northern Constitution - Coleraine, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
OLD FALSE TEETH BOUGHT.

OLD FALSE TEETH BOUGHT.

Miss Edith Lvons; second prize. Miss Agnes Greene, ccci-od Grade Prize. Miss Kathleen Tierney. Organ (Playing at Sight)—First prize, Mr Gera Dowse. Organ (Scale* end Exercises)—First Grade: First prize. Mis* Agnes Gillespie; aeoora pnse, Miss Edith Lyons;
March 16, 1900 - Dublin Daily Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SHORT SERIAL.

SHORT SERIAL.

vanity which so often proves the bane of a man's life; and, unconsciously, Edith Marche had ministered to this lower passion of his nature. They had known each other long; and to Edith Maxwell had been a hero, king among men; she had enshrined him in the temple
September 10, 1910 - Coleraine Chronicle - Coleraine, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
ROYAL IRISH ACADEMY OF M. SIC.

ROYAL IRISH ACADEMY OF M. SIC.

Prize, miss Jessie Downing. Third Grade-Prize, Miss Edith Vance. Pianoforte-FiTst Grnde-'Vandeleur Academy' Scholarship, Gold Medal. Miss Anna Haire; "Van- deleu?" Scbolarship, Silver Medal, Miss Edith French; second prize, "FAncy Robinson" Prize, Silver
March 16, 1900 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland