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HILARY.

HILARY.

of Edith and said with sweet solemnity: Say, Mother of Christ, pray for me!’ and you’ll get the grace of praying and believing, for she never lets a prayer by unheeded.” And then Maggie took her duster and went quickly from the room, leaving Edith gazing
December 6, 1907 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
LEONCAVALLO'S NEW OPERA.

LEONCAVALLO'S NEW OPERA.

words of scorn quivering on Edith’s tongue. “I saw yon from the very beginning,” said. "Unknown to you, I, your husband, was always hovering near. I was even in the church to-day, and beard your marriage vows!” “Wh»t cruelty!” Edith steggeted away from him
July 27, 1907 - Longford Journal - Longford, Longford, Republic of Ireland
 
BELFAST LARCENY CHARGES

BELFAST LARCENY CHARGES

went out to Spence’s, and the next day to M’CHntock’s. They were together French’s, and Edith assisted in purloining the goods. At Millar’s were Madge Biggs. Edith Bruce. Wilhelmina Bruce, and herself. Witness lifted the cloth, and ~ave it to Bruce. She
November 14, 1907 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A BAD BEGINNING

A BAD BEGINNING

together at French's, and Edith assisted in purloining the At Miller’s tho-e were Madge Edith Bruce, Wilhelmina Bruce, and herself. She had got six’ months on two or three occasions from Mrs. Bruce. There was no doubt that Edith Bruce was there at the time
November 14, 1907 - Irish News and Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE OVERSEAS LEAGUE.

THE OVERSEAS LEAGUE.

Begge. Edith Brace, Wilbalaiaa Knee, and beneK. Witnese lifted the doth end fan it to Brace. She had ain two three oooaaioae. There was ao doubt that Edith Brace was them at the tine of the tbefto (ten MiUar'e. Hr. Orahan—Don’t yon think that Edith worked
November 14, 1907 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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the other it polled up before email Italian restaurant in an narrow street in Soho. Drive round the next turning,”

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vindicated his liberty of action, and was now satisfied. He and Edith continued talking for some time longer, till they were interrupted knock at the door, and Bob Mackinlay entered. . Edith introduced the two men, and in a few minutes Masson took his departure
February 16, 1907 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DAILY" EXPRESS. FRIDAY. APRIL 19, 1907. DUBLIN UNIVERSITY EASTER COMMINCEMENTS AT TRINITY COLLEGE HONORARY DEGREE

THE DAILY" EXPRESS. FRIDAY. APRIL 19, 1907. DUBLIN UNIVERSITY EASTER COMMINCEMENTS AT TRINITY COLLEGE HONORARY DEGREE

Haroourt Janet (CanUb.); Walker, Marion (Cantab.); Weeks, Edith Mary (Cantab.): West. Winifred Snsan Bartholomew (Oxon-); Whitehead, Trfxie Geraldine (CanUb.); Whyte. Jenny (OanUb.) ; Willcock, Edith Gertrude (CanUb.); Wood. Marjorie May Cecil: Wragge, Sybil
April 19, 1907 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Vfeio2S/E>lly

Vfeio2S/E>lly

1 f*?* bright and debonrir as before, and he bimself, telling Edith that I have some very good cause for his I «i?’ later would be explained. I you know how it came here?” re- I St* Edith. Mira Baker, being at work at I ■ W»riter, ha not heard the first
February 2, 1907 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
! Now Ido understand. That was not Monsieur Masson, it was Monsieur de Clinchamp.” Clinchamp!’’ exclaimed Edith and Bob in

! Now Ido understand. That was not Monsieur Masson, it was Monsieur de Clinchamp.” Clinchamp!’’ exclaimed Edith and Bob in

Monsieur Masson, it was Monsieur de Clinchamp.” Clinchamp!’’ exclaimed Edith and Bob in a single breath. “Yes, madame, that was his name, Raoul de Clinchamp.” Bob looked at Edith, but she did not speak, and he continued;— “ How is be going on? Is he upstairs
March 16, 1907 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CONFERRING OF DEGREES.

CONFERRING OF DEGREES.

Janet Vemon-Harcourt (Cantab.), Marion Walker (Cantab.), Edith Mary Weeks (Cantab.), Winifred Susan Bartholomew West (Oxon.). Trixie Geraldine Whitehead (Cantab.). Jenny Whyte (Cantab.), Edith Gertrude Willcock (Cantab.), Marjorie May Cecil Wood, Sybil
April 19, 1907 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland