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UNCLE REGGIE:

UNCLE REGGIE:

completion. Edith Sparling, Edward's wife, knocked the door her brother-in-law’s room. He had a email suite at. the end of one of the innumerable long corridore for which the old manor-house was noted. It was a picturesque old house, and Edith loved it dearly
December 25, 1924 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MY NEW LODGINGS.

MY NEW LODGINGS.

again it cannot be." " It wouliln be irreat expense, Edith," put in Emily. " would it, Agnes for -Vgnes had come in quietly during the discussion. " think not. Do be obliging, Edith." " Indeed, Miss Edith, we are six one : you must give in," Smith laughed
July 29, 1870 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SELECT POETRY.

SELECT POETRY.

WesttmutU Gairdiaii. TO LITTLE EDITH. Edith, Edith, little Edith, new-christened baby, Edith! Can there ever rhyme found To express my wishes for a silvery flowing, worthy Of that silvery sonnd Bonnie Edith, Lady Edith! Sore that s
May 13, 1851 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
MT NEW LODGINGS.

MT NEW LODGINGS.

hosed it pigment new. in spite of Edith. We were alersys ' well-recebed by be goy, inip-like Grob,. y and egnesetepa a kin/ of neutral grownd. while Mr Pea was very civil. So. fir s tints. had the it. I thought Edith seemed whet mole eentieted, though
September 5, 1901 - Leitrim Advertiser - Mohill, Leitrim, Republic of Ireland
 
, r A'nvpPTTST'T? SAT'IIRDAY DECEMBER 12» 1868. THE ULSTER GENERAL ADVERTISER, SATURDAY jiow Isabella had mit W* *tHllOttr. 1 since

, r A'nvpPTTST'T? SAT'IIRDAY DECEMBER 12» 1868. THE ULSTER GENERAL ADVERTISER, SATURDAY jiow Isabella had mit W* *tHllOttr. 1 since

been blotted from tho wind of Edith 1 Perhaps not; for duly every Wednesday evoiiin" Mr. Sherwood firings home letter addressed to Edith, which sidy shows to Kite, she goes to meet him in the hall, and the sight of which Edith blushes deeply, lays it down
December 12, 1868 - Ulster General Advertiser, Herald of Business and General Information - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
OF 80 YEARS STANDING.

OF 80 YEARS STANDING.

Lie departure bouse Edith and ber aialcr eat listening for some mioulea after Marlon had left, but not a movement could they perceive in the adjoining chamber. - Strange What eao it mean rat length aaid Miriam, in a bosky wbiaper. Edith breathed heavily
February 27, 1852 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
ANOTHER COLLISION.

ANOTHER COLLISION.

port, and the Alexandra took on board the pmsingers of the Edith who wished to he conveyed to Dublin. The Edith wank in ten fathoms of water (60 feet) about 58 minutes after the collision. The Edith was built at Newcastle-on Tyne. by Leslie and Co. in 1868
September 11, 1875 - Drogheda Argus and Leinster Journal - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
EDITH RAY.

EDITH RAY.

mended, and • •bits foam wreathing he motionlesa lips. ' Edith l—roy own Edith!' outspend flobsoo, a bonne 'with agony. Edith to Get, and the mocking walls echoed bee unnatural laugh. • Conk, Edith. look,' entire:eta Sherrill ; 'it is nothine ;' and be
February 23, 1861 - Sligo Chronicle - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
CHAPTER /It

CHAPTER /It

dead? faithless? or loot he met Edith? It was nest to' impoesible that he could have met. Edith. Ile wail four minutes overdue when Edith left the drawing-room, and he had not come when, thirteen minutes later, she heard Edith call the dogy in the hall
June 14, 1902 - Northern Constitution - Coleraine, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
HUNG in THE WRONG.

HUNG in THE WRONG.

tall fignreenTeloped a bears travelling cloak. «tro«d the npparimmt. Before Edith could look up, spwtk, she was folded the arm* of the stranger • Edith led, in wiWeel joy—’ Edith at laatl* Her head fell back over should* r, she witboot feme or scamingly
July 26, 1862 - Ulster Gazette - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland