mosttordial.y remove!. Marv; Kidd. N' nifred Mn,.'; L., Marand they found • true mooning sprit prevail. g..; Leahy, Edith 'tar...: L.% Edith tnq everYw here. tie bring .ked if he had Cory Lin Army, Em Fran..; any etc.ra to make for the defeat of has Lin
April 21, 1906 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Tointineen. Second (fade !or Unireraities of this ...entry ,First prise, ',Las Edith Conlin, Third Grade shield. therefore, eery much misstate es le iPi re, -rim prise. Miss Edith Kelly ; third the policy of is Ire-1 'prise, Miss Dorothy &Throe ;lead the
June 7, 1906 - Dublin Evening Telegraph - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
E-DITH'S PIC-TURE, "Will mam-ins know it is bet Li-ly?" said An-na. "You mug wait till I have drawn it., and then you will see," said E-dith. And E-dith sat down near a grassy bank and op-en-ed her draw-ing-book and took out ber pen-cil. Be-fore her was
ilise -Berthe I>owm ; second prise, Miss Florence Torniissoa. Second Grade (Piece)— Pint prize, 3fin Edith Cop! in. Tlrird Grade (Piec^ —Pint prise. Miss Edith Kelly; third pnse, Miss Domibj Jephson. Viotm— (Scales sad Eserrises) Vaaddleor”).—Second priae
June 7, 1906 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
I IN ARTIBVS. Respondens—Connell, Rev. Peter. Pcnslunarh-Abram, Annie (taniab.): Ahrons, Elizabeth Julia (Confab.); Baker Edith Wilkes (Cantab!); Baldwin, Mabel Bosalino (Cantab.); Barke. ifthel Mary (Cantab.); Barlow May Smithels (Cantab.); Baoerlo.
April 28, 1906 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
fall of promise for the future of the community. PRESENTATION TO BUSS EDITH OLDHAM. a Urea nUwriog auaraUed at Messrs. Pigott s, Grafton street, participate in presentation to Miss Edith Oldham upon her retirement from the position of honorary secretary
May 10, 1906 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
prim Mia Edith Coptln. ThinMlndn.—FiatrfmMia Edith Kelly: third P, vslia (HaJa sod KzScisce) Vsadriewr “).- prim Mia LUrida Howes. Mia Alice McCarthy. First Grade.-Second prize, Mia Lena Dempsey. Sorood Grade.—Thinl prise, Mia Edith Third Edith Krily.
June 7, 1906 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
ready drop. She leaned almost helplessly against her preserver, and familiar, but agitated, voice voice asked eagerly—- -Edith!—Edith, what brings you hero?” •‘ The gaoler and Sir Douglas Dart son -they have tricked me, caught mo, and carried off; but I
solicitor; and his daughter, Miss Edith de Burgh Pottinger, of Salisbury House. The testator bequeathed £lOO to his said brother, £5O the said Mr. Barlow, £l,OOO to his daughter, Katie Dora Pottinger, £l,OOO his said daughter Edith de Burgh Pottinger; and he