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THE INQUEST.

THE INQUEST.

not car® for meat, and so. Neither did Edith touch the meat. There was one to cook it except Edith, and one in the hove but witness. Edith, and the deceased. Witness had the steak m a frying pan the kitchen, Edith being also them. You did not notice wh
September 15, 1911 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MARRYING IN FUN AND IN EARNEST.

MARRYING IN FUN AND IN EARNEST.

that Edith wears her husband prices most the meek and gentle spirit of his loving wife. We do not know how strong a power love possessed to jrabdue chasten the wild, untamed emotions of the heart, until Edith taught us the beautiful lesson. Edith was but
March 12, 1864 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
SCHUYLER HILL, OR THE STORY OF A SECRET. CHAPTER ILIX. Mite. Da. BARRETT came one dreary day in November, unannounced

SCHUYLER HILL, OR THE STORY OF A SECRET. CHAPTER ILIX. Mite. Da. BARRETT came one dreary day in November, unannounced

made his speech, and, anxious to be rid of her, asked Edith to take her awAy ; and Edith arose, and bidding her mother follow her, conducted her to the pleasant room adjoining Gee tie's. To Edith it seemed that her mother was safer near to Gertie, while
February 11, 1888 - Coleraine Chronicle - Coleraine, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
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sitting-room where she had loft Edith, who war dill there, ami weeping bitterly. Hester!’ exclaimed the startled girl, looking as she advanced. Edith—dear Edith !" For moment they were each otber’o arms. ‘ Forglva me/ murmured Edith. ‘I hr.ra nothing t
February 2, 1850 - Northern Standard - Monaghan, Monaghan, Republic of Ireland
 
THE PHYSICIAN’S WIFE.

THE PHYSICIAN’S WIFE.

” When had gone Edith sighed heavily. She had lied for the first time—not her life, for whoofus as a child has not ?—but indeed since she had come understand what it meant. However, was she not acting in her husband’s interests? Edith brought all her
March 26, 1902 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
SclfrtfH ioetvJ». TUB CHURCH OF KNGLANH WWM TIKXMXj* VUO>. Cod Wcv» tliee, of EnyUmil, TJiott vcnrruVlc pile ; Long may

SclfrtfH ioetvJ». TUB CHURCH OF KNGLANH WWM TIKXMXj* VUO>. Cod Wcv» tliee, of EnyUmil, TJiott vcnrruVlc pile ; Long may

in al! things. But her name? After much discussion, papa insisted having her called after her mamma, and they named her EdithEdith Hunter. • • • • • There U hurrying to anti fro of Act Oak Glen ; there arc wrranH mounted in hot haste for in<sli«-al men
December 29, 1846 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
LARCENY OF FOWLS.

LARCENY OF FOWLS.

keep it, Edith. You will want it some time to prove that you meant Wt.. I have written a few lines on it myself to show your innocence," Mrs. Barrett said, and Edith put the letter into the pocket of her gown, while her mother continued : " Edith, before
February 25, 1888 - Coleraine Chronicle - Coleraine, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
ii WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1835. How far short of this honest man's decb.Vation is the letter or the | spirit

ii WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1835. How far short of this honest man's decb.Vation is the letter or the | spirit

of Edith s frowns iu Champagne. He woke the next morning with a bead-ache, and the agreeable intelligence that they were driven out to sea. was a week before they could land ; and when they did, course Arthur’s first thought Was to hasten to Edith. For
October 14, 1835 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MEATH HERALD AND CAVAN ADVERTISER-SATuRDAY, MARCII 24. 1877.

THE MEATH HERALD AND CAVAN ADVERTISER-SATuRDAY, MARCII 24. 1877.

And yet Edith Wynne slept quietly with Mr. Fleming sitting by her side. Natures like Fleming's never give up • pursuit. Holy or unholy, it is the one aim, the one object, for which they toil unceasingly. To say that he still wished to marry Edith, widowed
March 24, 1877 - Meath Herald and Cavan Advertiser - Kells, Meath, Republic of Ireland
 
IHC COl ERA 1 \ £ CHROMCI.F, SATI R H W APRIL iG. 1553.

IHC COl ERA 1 \ £ CHROMCI.F, SATI R H W APRIL iG. 1553.

the fermentation which takes place. When the dong loved well to hear her sing. Edith—my darling carted on the land some time previous to its being Edith—mv long-lost Edith - another moment, and I was , used, the carts should drawn over it. tha* it may
April 16, 1853 - Coleraine Chronicle - Coleraine, Londonderry, Northern Ireland