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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
 
SELECT POETRY

SELECT POETRY

EARNEST. Beautiful Edith Bryant! Beautiful,coquettish Edith! flow with unskilful pencil shall I ever be able to give «ven faint idea of her loveliness? ild as an untamed «?azelle, and light heart the tuneful woodbird, was the joyous Edith at seventeen. Never
August 24, 1850 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
QUISHED

QUISHED

trial and conviction of her father, he had been Edith's greatest earthly et.mforter. Now, he met her at the door of the parlour; and, taking her from the servant, held her tenderly to his boquo. 'Edith! 0 Edith! Omsk heaven, restored to ma again :' She kissed
July 12, 1862 - Portadown News - Portadown, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
ILiternturr.

ILiternturr.

You must see her for me, Edith. She iealoue at Falcon Hall, I will ride over, said Edith. Tell her all that has happened to hinder my coming, and s«y claim her promise of one more in ten lew ero we part. Poor Ferdinand, said Edith leave all to me. I do indeed
August 5, 1854 - Westmeath Independent - Athlone, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
THE TYRONE CONSTITUTION, OMAGH. FRIDAY, JANUARY 25, 1850. )Jort(r. yon mind, <le«r,inj and .folia here ACTING CHARADES. OUB WORK TABLE.

THE TYRONE CONSTITUTION, OMAGH. FRIDAY, JANUARY 25, 1850. )Jort(r. yon mind, <le«r,inj and .folia here ACTING CHARADES. OUB WORK TABLE.

door I heard and cau truly *ay— teudanee on cattle which are stall-feeding on the estate Edith Graham wss the eldest three sisters. They “To yon * exclaimed Edith, bitterly; “ what should flight. pins on which you have the frills, together in the lelt
January 25, 1850 - Tyrone Constitution - Omagh, Tyrone, Northern Ireland
 
THE SINKING OF THE EDITH.

THE SINKING OF THE EDITH.

cards the E'dith. The Duchess, of course, n usthave lad the Edith on her own starboard side, and conse- queitly, ticcording to article 14 of the rules of the read, it was tire duty of the Duciless of Sutherland to keep out of the anvy of the Edith, and of
September 20, 1875 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EDITH RUSHMORE.

EDITH RUSHMORE.

amusement in the family, for Edith's little eousin. having retd it, asked, Did you over play on the accordium, Edith Then what did Mr. Maisey put it on your ring for I That’s whit I want to know." “ Not one of favourite pieeea,” mid Edith, in her inhappy reve
April 26, 1879 - Northern Constitution - Coleraine, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
A SAINT’S CHAMPION.

A SAINT’S CHAMPION.

of Miss Edith, and was piwtienlarly pleased to have bar for teacher. She need to say to her mother“ I'm so glad Miss Edith U my teacher! Whan it’s tohool-time we don’t think anything but lessons t but as soon it’s recess she U just Miss Edith again, and
January 25, 1897 - Irish News and Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE TWO BROTHERS.

THE TWO BROTHERS.

I had been used do. " Edith, «>i»H we ride to-day asksd. for just moment she looked ictp my face with something of her old bright sp<ile ; then suddenly turning pale, she answered, " ] must not, Richard," sadly. " Must not, Edith ! What do you mean " Your
August 14, 1862 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland