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XHK AIEATU PKOPi AUGUST aa, 1858-

XHK AIEATU PKOPi AUGUST aa, 1858-

which Edith wears her husband prises most the meek and gentle spirit of his loving wife. did not kbow how strong power love possessed to subdue and chasten the wild, untamed emotions of the heart, until Edith taught us the beautiful lesson. Edith was but
August 28, 1858 - Meath People, and Cavan and Westmeath Chronicle - Navan, Meath, Republic of Ireland
 
CHAPIEE XI.

CHAPIEE XI.

that it red him lo , nuil Tonoieton very rhortly, and. oxcepl for i Edith Molecombe. i: would tuit him just well ■ to leave the day after to morrow week or two lator ;he would not see Edith this afternoon. **■■* : was well aware that t.he bad an togagwoicn'
April 9, 1887 - Belfast Weekly News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE PORTABOWN NEWS-SATURDAY. JUNE 22, 1895.

THE PORTABOWN NEWS-SATURDAY. JUNE 22, 1895.

will go to my own room." On the stairs she meet Edith. Edith had been in herbed-room, dressing to go out. Edith had heard the familiar click of the garden-gate, and had cautiously drawn near the window. Edith had seen the meeting. the stern brow soften
June 22, 1895 - Portadown News - Portadown, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
SATURDAY, AUGUST 17, 1889.

SATURDAY, AUGUST 17, 1889.

them. And yet Edith Wynne slept quietly with Mr. Fleming by her side. Natures like Fleiningb sever give up a pursu i t. Holy or unholy, it is the one aim, the one Wert far which they toil unceasingly. To say that he still wished to many Edith, widowed in
August 17, 1889 - Ballinrobe Chronicle and Mayo Advertiser - Ballinrobe, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
r AND APRIL 6, 'Tiff IIERALD 1861 th Aj o iftl f be FASHIONS FOR TIIE SEASON. ititscellancous. cen simort

r AND APRIL 6, 'Tiff IIERALD 1861 th Aj o iftl f be FASHIONS FOR TIIE SEASON. ititscellancous. cen simort

Thus saying, Edith arose and. tut 7 ter." the house of the former and took dinner with the he much manure ; but from to 2 cwt. of guano tore of black and whio• however, black, in Once steadfast more, that radiance gnw, " anion me, Edith, I did it unwittingly
April 6, 1861 - Meath Herald and Cavan Advertiser - Kells, Meath, Republic of Ireland
 
How he bated their evident es' ea& other's society I How he diafed under the glancing brightness Edith's eye, every

How he bated their evident es' ea& other's society I How he diafed under the glancing brightness Edith's eye, every

I hope so, unless," he added, smiling at Edith, "they shut the doors on me at Grace-park. going home to see a sailor brother of mine who has just come home. You will be glad to see Arthur, will you not, Edith P you remember him, I suppose ?" Oh, yes,
June 29, 1889 - Ballinrobe Chronicle and Mayo Advertiser - Ballinrobe, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
EDITH HYLTON.

EDITH HYLTON.

you good-bye.’ Edith made mechanical reply, and so ef fectually exerted herself to hide her feelings that even Mr Staunton congratulated himself on her peace, at le st, being undisturbed. We need not dwell upon the sufferings poor Edith underwent during
November 1, 1851 - Ulster General Advertiser, Herald of Business and General Information - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE MEATH HERALD AND CAVAN ADVERTISER-SATURDAY, MARCH 31, 1877.

THE MEATH HERALD AND CAVAN ADVERTISER-SATURDAY, MARCH 31, 1877.

beggar us if he will. We are irremediably in his power, Edith, you and all of us together." " Then Heaven help us," Edith said, sadly. " For that man's nature is pitiless and implacable. "Edith, Edith, listen to me, darling. He is not pitiless, is not
March 31, 1877 - Meath Herald and Cavan Advertiser - Kells, Meath, Republic of Ireland
 
There ore sweet t '*rs of happiness,

There ore sweet t '*rs of happiness,

fifteen came Edith's first heart-sorrow. The father who had loved her with such devoted fondness-who had gratified her every wish—who had heretofore so tenderly guarded and guided her footsteps—was suddenly taken from her. For more than yeah Edith refused
March 5, 1864 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
THE PORTADOWN NEWS-SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 14, 1901.

THE PORTADOWN NEWS-SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 14, 1901.

ball-room! Dr. Sunning himself introduced Raymond Stokes to Edith. "There's not much amiss with him," he said to her previously. " The hereditary taint, poor fellow, you understand!" But Edith was astounded by this partner—and more than astounded. He was
September 14, 1901 - Portadown News - Portadown, Armagh, Northern Ireland