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sentence, was relegated to a tiny photo inside. Edith Wharton hasn't quite been eclipsed by the covers of her novels. Her writing is still more important than the name of the star who plays the leading role. Edith Wharton was an upper-class New Yorker whose
February 20, 1994 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PROFILE: Edith Cresson, first woman FRANCOIS Mitterrand used to call her "my little soldier". Her fo:--ner arch enemy, Farmers' Union

PROFILE: Edith Cresson, first woman FRANCOIS Mitterrand used to call her "my little soldier". Her fo:--ner arch enemy, Farmers' Union

taking French public opinion by storm. Edith Cresson was born into a comfortably middleclass Paris family whose occasional notes of political nonconformity help explain her own commitment to left-wing politics. Edith had an English nanny, her mother never
May 19, 1991 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IRISH LIFE

IRISH LIFE

and single - Edith has devoted her baby girls: and. in India. hing Third World countries of their raped. Child rape is a big problem life to the children. shunning the street children as young as four whoreligious and cultural beliefs, Edith and of l C
October 22, 1995 - Sunday Independent (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
People thank her for changing their lives. They drive hundreds of miles to journey on her breathtaking weekly excursion through

People thank her for changing their lives. They drive hundreds of miles to journey on her breathtaking weekly excursion through

here. Others come from Newry, Warrenpoint. Derry and Hillsborough where an antique dealer simply shuts up shop. Edith Devlin is the lure. Edith Devlin and her breathtaking weekly excursion through the highest peaks of literature. Twenty-three years ago,
May 26, 1991 - Sunday Independent (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
was hanged 76 years ago was innocent. Her 'crime' participated in it were farfor her alleged was not murder but

was hanged 76 years ago was innocent. Her 'crime' participated in it were farfor her alleged was not murder but

UK, there are millions of who had followed her trial - their own slaughtering. people, led by Baroness he believed that Edith Edith Thompson's execu- Thatcher, yearn for the sight Thompson was innocent. lion was unique in that many of the noose and the
October 28, 1999 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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eats "swinging

eats "swinging

thousands of miles away in Illinois in America. the celebration of the 100th birthday of Edith Simpson Harte was cause for no small rejoicing in this area. Edith left Ireland at the age of 29. and has spent more than two thirds of her life in American
March 5, 1999 - Drogheda Argus and Leinster Journal - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
paid to souls

paid to souls

become a well-known figure outside her native country: GOAL volunteer Edith Wilkins has become a beacon of hope and love for thousands of children abandoned on the streets of Calcutta. Edith, from Douglas in Cork, has been with GOAT for II years, working in
September 26, 1993 - Sunday Independent (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
4 THE SLIGO CHAMPION

4 THE SLIGO CHAMPION

for the wonderful cars and attention of the Public Health Nurses who called to Edith daily, during her illness and a very special thank you to Fr. Tom Hever who visited Edith regularly and for his spiritual help, support, words of comfort, for the very
May 21, 1997 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
came to stay...

came to stay...

was the best-selling author, journalist, broadcaster, and adventurer, Gordon Thomas. He arrived in Ashford with his wife. Edith. shortly after they were married, to work on a screenplay about the life of Robert Emmet. They discovered the 19th century
December 7, 1990 - Wicklow People - Wicklow, Wicklow, Republic of Ireland
 
cumcision I.

cumcision I.

Thus, as it happened, it was exclusively women who were immediately responsible for Edith's rediscovery of Dr. Edith Stein's professional reputation continued to grow while her instinct for prayer and contemplation was also developing. In
November 26, 1998 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland