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THE RIOTS AT VALGANERA.

THE RIOTS AT VALGANERA.

■hall not tell Edith. She is in quite bad humour enough already." And the words went with Harry all the way home and he pictured Edith to himself illtempered and exacting, and be resolved all the more firmly, not to yield an inch. Edith, the first anger
December 29, 1893 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
Varieties.

Varieties.

Horace Moore alive and well. And he was glad to see Edith also; and lie welcomed the others as Edith introduced them• And other, of the servants, when they heard that Horace Moore had mine, and Edith Some' by with him. made their way into the ball to feast
October 27, 1877 - Drogheda Argus and Leinster Journal - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
ihe apartment where her uncle sat, and finally that by

ihe apartment where her uncle sat, and finally that by

my niece, Edith and may God so deal with I keep oath I* “Edith, cannot take such oath.” “Good morning, uncle.” “ Nay, stay. Is this the only condition ?”—“ is." *• 1 hen it as you please. I will take the oath and lie repented the words Edith. Now tell
October 31, 1851 - Tyrone Constitution - Omagh, Tyrone, Northern Ireland
 
THE MEATH PEOP I E.

THE MEATH PEOP I E.

her again. Edith made mention of Graham; but she learned from conversations overheard the family, that he had gone to Italy to pursue his favourite employment, under the tuition of an eminent artist. He left without one word of adieu for Edith, and she
October 1, 1859 - Meath People, and Cavan and Westmeath Chronicle - Navan, Meath, Republic of Ireland
 
IBcttuit cCivnvmcrrhtl (Hj riniic to.

IBcttuit cCivnvmcrrhtl (Hj riniic to.

serene and still. In every vision, Edith came and went, sometimes to her joy, sometimes to ber sorrow, until they were alone upon the brink of dark grave, and Edith pointing down, she looked and saw—what I —another Edith lying the bottom. Id the terror of
September 4, 1847 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
AT LAST

AT LAST

pasvionately : ' I have brought you another gift, dear Edith , but in accepting it, you will accept the h-art and Lind of the giver.' Ile drew forth a heavy ring set with pearl'. ' Will you wear it, Edith ?' 'I will wear it, Clyde.' Iler face was very white
July 26, 1862 - Portadown News - Portadown, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
MAY CAULETON: A STOHY.

MAY CAULETON: A STOHY.

fetch Edith. Major Launceston whs talking so earnestly to me, that did not perceive her entrance. Nor did Edith perceive him until Harry began, Mias Vaughan, allow me to introduce to you my friend, Major Launceston.” I shall never forget it. Edith stood
May 16, 1857 - Kilkenny Journal, and Leinster Commercial and Literary Advertiser - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
THE LONDONDERRY JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 18, 1862

THE LONDONDERRY JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 18, 1862

trial and conviction of her father, he had been Edith's greatest earthly comforter. Now, be met her at the door of the parlour; and, taking her from the servant, hold her tenderly his bosom. •• Edith 1 O Edith 1 thank heaven, restored to me again!” She kissed
June 18, 1862 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
CHAPTER %XXIV.

CHAPTER %XXIV.

say to me ?" Edith asked. There was a shake of the head, and Edith continued : " Perhaps you can write it r Another head shake, while the eager eyes went from Edith's face to Gertie, and from Certie back again. "I think 1 can guess." Edith said. It u a
October 8, 1887 - Coleraine Chronicle - Coleraine, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
SCHUYLER HILL,

SCHUYLER HILL,

as glad as Edith when she was pronounced able to undertake the voyage. Why they were going to England in the winter they did not say, and we suppose it might be to benefit Edith and pay a visit to Glenthorpe, where Emma was do happy. Edith preferred leaving
March 24, 1888 - Coleraine Chronicle - Coleraine, Londonderry, Northern Ireland