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THE LADY OF CASTLE AYLMER.

THE LADY OF CASTLE AYLMER.

to bis son-infaw a objections, promising lo send Edith's simple the following Jay the carrier. As have said, was bright sunny day ; and they walked along they talked hopefully of the future; while Edith, who now that he was really her nab and, cared but
January 30, 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
 
SATURDAY 23 DECEMBER 2000

SATURDAY 23 DECEMBER 2000

turned to Midge. "Let's find an outfit for Edith too. Do you think you could do up her hair like yours? Then she'll really be one of us." "So long as Edith won't be offended." Midge smiled. No-one had ever called Edith lovely before. and it was a long time
December 23, 2000 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, 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
 
Murdered! Agnes shrank back, and shuddered. Who murde;ed him r Hush—hush ! Don't speak of it—here is my mother," he

Murdered! Agnes shrank back, and shuddered. Who murde;ed him r Hush—hush ! Don't speak of it—here is my mother," he

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. he is not
August 24, 1889 - Ballinrobe Chronicle and Mayo Advertiser - Ballinrobe, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
BY STROLL Alb VADII-411 rismiheam

BY STROLL Alb VADII-411 rismiheam

pert, and the Alexaudra uok on board those parengeni the Edith who wished to he toilworn' to Dublin. The Edith sank in ten fethoms of water (tin feet) about minutes after the collision The Edith was built at Newcastle-on-Tyne, by Leslie and Co, in 1115$
September 11, 1875 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CHAPTER LIV.

CHAPTER LIV.

as glad as Edith when she was pronounoed 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 so happy. Edith preferred leaving
March 29, 1888 - Ballymoney Free Press and Northern Counties Advertiser - Ballymoney, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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
 
But what were her father and mother about?

But what were her father and mother about?

that Edith was aware of his affection, hut that she was not indifferent to it. To remove the disparity between them he went abroad, accepting lucrative situation an unhealthy climate, with the prospect of amassing enough to enable him to offer Edith fitting
December 24, 1851 - Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser - Newry, Down, 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