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EDITH F R A N K II £ A R T THE SEASON IN TOWN.

EDITH F R A N K II £ A R T THE SEASON IN TOWN.

for the remuindor of the march, 1 Chapter XL Sir Ferdinand Frankhaart and Edith visit the metropolis. Mi. Howden’s dreamt, you mean, said Edith. His riches are no dreams, Edith, returned the Baronet, But, enough of this ; I hope to see you occupying a
March 25, 1854 - Westmeath Independent - Athlone, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
CHAPTER L

CHAPTER L

views of the situation as it would present itself to Edith, that Julius could no: read the reflection of each on her mobile countenance. Phe need not be afraid of Edith intemipting or disturbing but Edith would be annoyed. She could no longer court on Maud
June 7, 1902 - Northern Constitution - Coleraine, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
). Londmi iKoiion

). Londmi iKoiion

little further, Edith?” ••Really, Mary, w« should retamiuj/ home;.! thought jwu of Loing tired?” tephed Edith Mervyu, I; j Kuo utuut the sMtae agt- her cou>ia. "Yes; bat there Mr. Crosby coming, and I want fo have some fan with him, Edith.” •• Well, I think
May 2, 1871 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
SELF-LOVE AND SELF-DENIAL.

SELF-LOVE AND SELF-DENIAL.

personal enjoyment. Edith Hollis ,u,gU nootass—he had never loved her had she been otherwise. Edith Barrow must not be poetess, for loving himself too much, love her longer if she remained so. The decision was arrived at, and Edith must make the required
May 29, 1851 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
COMPETITIVE CRAM.

COMPETITIVE CRAM.

her alto set off one morning after breakfast to or the invitation in person. Edith sad Ralph had ridden over to the county town, ...middy to purchase some trifle that Edith discovered g r e atly in need of, but in reality to gain the e wer.. of a ie.
February 3, 1877 - Meath Herald and Cavan Advertiser - Kells, Meath, Republic of Ireland
 
AN OLD MAN'S MEMINiaCENCKS.

AN OLD MAN'S MEMINiaCENCKS.

to show them iter fine house ; but she supposed Edith would be ashamed of her old mother now. * Mother,*’ said Kale, vou are not speaking yon (h ; is is Dorothea who has pul this info your head. If Edith were a queen, instead what she is, she wouM never
February 5, 1852 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
MY NEW LODGINGS.

MY NEW LODGINGS.

glad apeak to Miss Edith. ' Edith dosed ami locked her desk immediately, and left the mom. We felt we wen in the way, felt that linajy would hate given worlds u* laden our hats and depart, and yet we not go. For own part, I fait ist Edith when she away from
August 3, 1870 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE TWO BROTHERS.

THE TWO BROTHERS.

movement. " 0 Edith, I not shield yon said pas■onately. "Is there way saving you from all this trouble and distress Indeed, Edith, if I could give you my life I would, to save you froia this terrible tyrrany house." " Dear Richard," said Edith, " you would
August 13, 1862 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Literature.

Literature.

XXXIII. Edith Frenkheart in Italy. Oh. joy said Edith, oo« morning, after opening and reading a letter brought her at the break fasttattle, Thia indeed good newe. How, what; good newe, enid tba Baronet. Whence nnmea it, Edith ? From England, uld Edith,
June 3, 1854 - Westmeath Independent - Athlone, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
Supplement to THE PEOPLE, Friday, December 24, 1886.

Supplement to THE PEOPLE, Friday, December 24, 1886.

encounter Edith's mood of discontent. The young lady had wanted a young attendant, but had been circumvented by Supple, her persevering, yet obsequious enemy. Margate, as she called herself, had been some hours in the house before she was called to Edith's chatnber
December 24, 1886 - Wexford People - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland