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WILL OF THE LATE COLONEL POTTINGER._

WILL OF THE LATE COLONEL POTTINGER._

solicitor; and his daughter, Miss Edith do Burgh Puttinger. of Salisbury House. The testator bequeathed £lllO to his said brother, in the said Mr. Barlow. £l,OOO to his daughter. Katie Dora Pottinger, tl,OOO to his said daughter Edith de Burgh Pottinger, and he
February 24, 1906 - Coleraine Chronicle - Coleraine, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
Previous Results,

Previous Results,

M‘Ferran absent. Bliss Edith Sinclair beat Mrs. Anderson—2 up. Mrs. Adams beat Miss Broad bent—3 and 3. Mias Garret beat Mrs Nethery—2 up. Miss Sinclair beat Miss Robinson—2 up. Mis. B. Williamson best Mrs. Smiley—2 up. Second Round—Miss Edith Sinclair l«cat
April 9, 1906 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Arte Obstctricla.

Arte Obstctricla.

Vaughan; Irons, Ursula Mary: Jnlyan. Sarah Courtney; Kennedy, Mary; Kidd, Winifred Mary; Margaret; Tx'.nhy, j-xlith Marian; Lee, Edith Lucy; Emily Frances; Lvnch. Muriel Roche; Matthews, Beatrice Charlotte Anna; Merrifield, Janet; Millington, Maude Violet; Molyneux
April 23, 1906 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
VARIET IE 8.

VARIET IE 8.

Do you know. Edith, I sometimes fancy baby will be like me,” said Aunt Penelope, who has testamentary powers. “ Like you, Aunt Penelope ! Dear me, I hope not said Edith, astonished into candour. You hope not And pray, why, Edith ?” Edith, suddenly re
February 12, 1906 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
DON’T FORGET THE SPORTS

DON’T FORGET THE SPORTS

First Place School, in Composition, Intermediate Examinations. £1—Edith Prenter. PRIZES AWARDED ON THE RESULTS OF EASTER EXAMINATIONS. ENGLISH. Form Eva M'Kblvet. Form Wilson, i orm Hl—Edith Hamilton. Form IV.—BTabil Harper. Form V.-Mstf MacDermott. LATIN
June 28, 1906 - Tyrone Courier - Dungannon, Tyrone, Northern Ireland
 
SPORTINC CHAT

SPORTINC CHAT

ley proper mead hare got into thief:ll.lsta a I The plaantitte were O. • suit a. the father of Abe Edith tre/rady en Gobi.. bat the, pleastil, Alice Edith OfGrady, had left be. belongings at Narwrad. and . Norwood petaled tier sorting cards, and the rem
February 7, 1906 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
banquettothe viceroy

banquettothe viceroy

solicitor; and his daughter, Miss Edith Burgh Pottinger, of Salisbury House. The testator bei|Ucatlie.i to bis said brother, to the said Mr. Barlow, £l,OOO to his .daughter, Katio Ih-ia Pottinger, £l,OOO to his said daughter Edith Burgh Pottinger; und he left
February 22, 1906 - Belfast Weekly News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
rWinner trained by Naylor.!

rWinner trained by Naylor.!

Bon Sjdnl 3to 1 Florence Edith, 9 to 2 egnt) Abelnrd, 20 to 1 asy other. Bend nude piny fioa Florenoo Edith, Abelard, and Okebnrn, with My Enchanter and Monk’a Bane sent for ahont aix furlong«, when Abelard and Floeenaa Edith draw into taeond and third
February 21, 1906 - Irish News and Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CORK SLANDER 'ACIIOJf,

CORK SLANDER 'ACIIOJf,

the defendants to change the venue from Dublin to the City Cork. It appeared that the plaintiff, George O’Grady and Alice Edith O’Grady were husband and wife, and the action was brought to recover damages for alleged slander and libel. The defendants
February 17, 1906 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MRS. FITZGERALD

MRS. FITZGERALD

possession, and maid not by proper mean* have got into the plaintiff'a The plaintiffs were the father Edith O'Grady in Dublin, hot tho plaintiff, Alice Edith O'Grady, had left her belongings Norwood, and' Norwood was j printed on her visiting cards, and the
February 8, 1906 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland