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note from Cousin Dorothy. I’ve been waiting so long for that letter, too.” Edith,” said Bobby, and his voice sounded like the voice of avenging angel don’t touch that letter! * Edith gazed up at him in blank astonishment. ” I—l think,” went on Bobby weakly
October 29, 1906 - Irish News and Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
with Good, How. Bloh Blood, In

with Good, How. Bloh Blood, In

the of sixteen, when was beginning to mother in the bouse, severe head term began to afflict me.” And from that time Mira Edith A. btorey, Broadaheath Terrace, South wick, Sunderland, advanced through the various stages of Anemia atate of tatoring that
October 1, 1906 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ORJIIUHMS’PINK PILLS

ORJIIUHMS’PINK PILLS

ago of sixteen, when I was to assist mother in the house, severe began me.” Ai from that time Edith A. blorey, of Broadaheath Temo, Southwick. Sunderland, advanced through tin various stages of Anaemia a state of sun ring that blighted
October 6, 1906 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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LISTENER'S LI'RE.

protagonists an* Mr. I.ynn llarberton. a well-to-do gentleman literary tastes, aged thirty-seven, and his ward and amanuensis, Edith firabam. aged twentyfive. At the beginning the story Harberton, having just finished his monumental edition Dr. Johnson, decides
October 12, 1906 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DR.WILLIANS' PINK PILLS

DR.WILLIANS' PINK PILLS

sixteen, when I was beginning to assist mother in the house, severe headaches began to afflict me." And from that time Miss Edith A. Storey, of b 4, Broadsheath-terrace, Southwick, Sunderland, advanced through the various stages of Anaemia to • state of
October 6, 1906 - Portadown News - Portadown, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 

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BOOKS AND TILE IK WBITEBM.

valued forty thousand pounds year, be leaves to his secretary, the beautiful Edith Holt. Circumstances point to the girl as the poisoner. ell comes right in the end, end Edith Holt secures as a husband tbs man who has dime roost to unravel the mystery
October 5, 1906 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Ctl APTER XXIV-WMEN MEIN MEM

Ctl APTER XXIV-WMEN MEIN MEM

afternoon. when Muni, Clatiim, of Fairbutinedwid i Went Kensington. idinurhood for using therms to Edith Rs. a utordiail artist. profeerionsllikoown as Edith Remit., of Liinteth. The oareplatnant, • pretty girl, dressed in • dark red velvet coatuntr, whilst
October 5, 1906 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
The Flor«l Tributes.

The Flor«l Tributes.

Somerset and Sauaderaon; Sir A. and Lady Aeland-Hood; Mr. and Mra. W. J. Allen; Captain and Mra. Hubert Crichton; Bob and Edith; Mr. and Mra. George Beretford; Marquis Londonderry; Grand Orange Lodge of Ireland; Mr. B. H. Beade. D.L*; Mr. T. E. Matterson;
October 25, 1906 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE ROYAL UNIVERSITY

THE ROYAL UNIVERSITY

Cronyn, Michael Curtin, John J. Daly, Patrick G. Dardis, William C Davis, John A. Davidson, John Denehan, Michael Divers. Edith Dodsworth, Charles E. Doig, John B. Dolan. James Donnelly, Francis Dowling, George C. Downey, Margaret Doyle, Thomas G Duffy
October 25, 1906 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ROYAL DKIYERSITY OF IREX-AND.

THE ROYAL DKIYERSITY OF IREX-AND.

Dardis, PrtriA o'chrUprirate study'; Bsirinon, John A, Unirersity Michael, St. OblenSi’a College, Londonderry; Dodtworth, Edith; Doig, Charles 8., BMas, BeHsrt: TWan, John 8., Bt. Oblamb;. OaHsge, Londonderry; Donneßr, Junes, EBiot*. ICwt A., phTmto Uhti<na;
October 25, 1906 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland