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MURDER OF ROSSI.

MURDER OF ROSSI.

reproachfully at Edith, Waa it possible that his Edith bad ever loved before ? if not, why this emotion This thought sped with lightninglike rapidity through his mind, and conducting his wife to a seal, hastily lelt her. was Horace whom Edith had seen: and
August 16, 1850 - Tyrone Constitution - Omagh, Tyrone, Northern Ireland
 
LATEST NEWS. York have adopted piatforms in favour of the' resumption of specie payments. The 'snarl party also approve of

LATEST NEWS. York have adopted piatforms in favour of the' resumption of specie payments. The 'snarl party also approve of

struck the Edith ; the collision occurred within seven miuutee of the time he first saw the Duchess ; the Great Emmen Jetty light was abeam at 1.40 ; the port light of theDuchms was ouly seen just that vessel striking the Edith ; the Edith starlxuriled
September 25, 1875 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EDITH MALLORY’S TRIUMPH.

EDITH MALLORY’S TRIUMPH.

without heeding the strange sparkle in her eyes. Edith Edith I why what ails you ?” Ails mo? Nothing. Why?” ‘‘Yon are answering ‘yes' and ‘no’ rr.udoti) don't believe you have heard a word spoke to yon I” Edith passed her trembling hand across her foi'ohcad
September 2, 1895 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
THE SINKING OF THE EDITH.

THE SINKING OF THE EDITH.

struck'. the Edith the collision occurred within seven mifiitea of the time he first saw the Duchess ; the reat Eastern J ettv light was 'abeam at 1.40 ; the portlight of ?? was only seen ?? as that vessel was striking the Edith; the ;Edith htarboarded
September 18, 1875 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SELECT POETRY.

SELECT POETRY.

where she had left Edith, who was still there, and weeping bitterly, Hester !” exclaimed the startled girl, looking up as she advanced. Edith—dear Edith !” For moment they wero clasped in each other's arms. t( Forgive me,” murmured Edith. have nothing
February 19, 1850 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
NEWRY REPORTER, TUESDAY, DE(^MBER3O^IB7Q^

NEWRY REPORTER, TUESDAY, DE(^MBER3O^IB7Q^

which Edith wears, her husband prizes most the meek and gentle spirit of his loving wife. did not know how strong a power love possessed to subdue and chasten the wild, untamed emotions of the heart, until Edith taught the beauti- ful lesson. Edith was
December 30, 1879 - Newry Reporter - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
Eitnaturr.

Eitnaturr.

EDITH FHA UK HEART OR. THE SEASON IN TOWN. CHATTER XXI. News from the East. Soon after Mr*. Bowden’s grand ball, the Frank* hoarts left town tor Gloucestershire. To Edith the . change was delightful one The London season was over; and much
April 29, 1854 - Westmeath Independent - Athlone, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
to leave Fleetwood as follow* :

to leave Fleetwood as follow* :

mocking devil in her lip and eye. “Edith, Edith! be careful what yon say!" do not fear yon; yam dare not strike me!" “ Edith, tannt more!" “Ob, a noble soul!" ironically exclaimed the misguided wife. •* Edith, Edith, wife!” he eontinned, not moc
November 13, 1851 - Londonderry Standard - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
NAVAS VNKPN.

NAVAS VNKPN.

good resvon," said the old gtsulonan. "You are too old, Edith, nut to sue the wisdom of such an arrangement." "Share me, uncle," said Edith. "I twimot think of A. Let me live with you." " Edith, you must lay aside your whimsied sentimentality:'' said
November 9, 1861 - Meath Herald and Cavan Advertiser - Kells, Meath, Republic of Ireland
 
LETTERPRESS PUNTING BY

LETTERPRESS PUNTING BY

At length Edith found words—“ 1 have no friend help are never without car Friend,” was the reply, in low. tender tone. Edith looked op. “Ob, I know what you mean; but Ido not. cannot feel it.” _., •• Try pray, love—l beg your pardon—Miss Edith. Thank, you
December 18, 1868 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland