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CHARGE OF CRIMINAL LIBEL REMARKABLE EVIDENCE

CHARGE OF CRIMINAL LIBEL REMARKABLE EVIDENCE

not for mefti, ftad said «x Neither did Edith touch the meat. There was one cook it except Edith, and no one in the house but witnees, Edith, end the deceased. Witness hftd the in ft frying pan in the kitchen, Edith being ebo tbepe. You did not notice
September 15, 1911 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE INQUEST.

THE INQUEST.

not car® for meat, and so. Neither did Edith touch the meat. There was one to cook it except Edith, and one in the hove but witness. Edith, and the deceased. Witness had the steak m a frying pan the kitchen, Edith being also them. You did not notice wh
September 15, 1911 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SHORT SERIAL. well the smallest kindness was entitled, in Edith's opinion, to her gratitude and attention. So when they had

SHORT SERIAL. well the smallest kindness was entitled, in Edith's opinion, to her gratitude and attention. So when they had

paused by her were never any other but Edith and little boy's side, and took t he same hand that Max and occasionally the nursemaid in it. Marjorie had held ; and so for a moment " They had many visitors," Edith said they faced each other, looking into
September 22, 1910 - Ballymoney Free Press and Northern Counties Advertiser - Ballymoney, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE INQUEST.

THE INQUEST.

not She did not care for meat, and / Neither did Edith touch the meat 1 was no one cook it except Edith one in the house but witness, Edith ’!?’ deceased. Witness had the steak pan in the kitchen, Edith bring You did not notice what gn© with it? No, si
September 23, 1911 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LANCASTER POISONING MYSTERY

LANCASTER POISONING MYSTERY

She received letter from Edith on the 15th August, and alao a postcard. She had the letter now. but not the postcard, which must have been destroyed whilst »h* away. The Coroner lead extract from tlie letter, in which Edith apuke of her unhappy life
September 15, 1911 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 

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car© for meat, and said so. Neither did Edith touch the meat. • There was, one to cook it except Edith, and one the house but. witness, Edith, and tho deceased. WHness saw the steak in a trying pan the kitchen, Edith being also there You did not notice
September 15, 1911 - Irish News and Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
VERDICT OP WILFUL MURDUt (SPBOIiL TBLBO&AM.)

VERDICT OP WILFUL MURDUt (SPBOIiL TBLBO&AM.)

She did net for moot, ate arid Neither did Edith touch that meat. There wte ana to ant It exoset Edith, ate mm in the house hot the witness, tte deceased. Witnem saw tte alenk fryingpan in the kitchen. Edith heim rim them. Too did not what ate mas deing
September 15, 1911 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COUNT DOES CASUAL WORK.

COUNT DOES CASUAL WORK.

hotel, end, learn•og from waiter that Edith waa not in, ••Hied out in search of her. It was some hours later when returned to the hotel, white and agitated, and waa >BtC< * * stern, dark lady, who Where Edith? ’* .“Edith!” h» echoed wildly. "She’* •tonned
October 14, 1911 - Longford Journal - Longford, Longford, Republic of Ireland
 
, 1 ,ua, - out ioo Ood go. in* M«ster [Au. Biavm Buntra.] 7. , .- - “Th’Mooter? Boss w«a

, 1 ,ua, - out ioo Ood go. in* M«ster [Au. Biavm Buntra.] 7. , .- - “Th’Mooter? Boss w«a

home. It Lady Edith and turned Hazel, shutting the first time had ever come into personal out all else. ’This love, which was different contact with factory workers, and would the wild infatuation had felt for Lady probably be the last. Edith two months
October 9, 1914 - Ballymena Observer - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A POISON MYSTERY. THE LANCASTER AFFAIR SENT FOR TRIALfi A Coroner's jury at Lancaster yesterday returned a verdict of wilful

A POISON MYSTERY. THE LANCASTER AFFAIR SENT FOR TRIALfi A Coroner's jury at Lancaster yesterday returned a verdict of wilful

said that Edith was present when James was taken ill on August lfth. Edith said nothing shoot the new houeekeepsr. Mrs. Cow Walker. A beefsteak wan brought in. but the. witness did not care for any of it. Edith did not eat any of it either. Edith cooke
September 15, 1911 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland