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ARCHBISHOP BERNARD

ARCHBISHOP BERNARD

in Nurse Edith Cavell. In giving out the anthem the Rev. Dr. Osborne said :—This anthem will sung, bearing ih our minds and )u our In arts before God the memorv. so fraught with pain, and also with quiet pride, the devoted nun-e, Edith Cavell. done to
November 1, 1915 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HEROIC BELGIAN PRINCESS

HEROIC BELGIAN PRINCESS

the assistance of the Countess Belleville, Mademoiselle Thuliez,Louise de Bettignies, Marie Vanboutte, Gabrielle Petit, Edith Cavell, and many others, they started their noble work of secretly assisting helpless men to escape, with the price death as their
May 3, 1932 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ONB OF GODS SILENT FORCES.

ONB OF GODS SILENT FORCES.

Speaking in the East End of London on Thursday Father Bernard said that among the heroines of the great war thename of Edith Cavell stood out with rare distinction. She was one of silent forces; she said little but did much. She died martyr of chamty
May 24, 1919 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LITERATURE OF THE WEEK.

LITERATURE OF THE WEEK.

were working lor same doctor Brussels, Miss k as private nurse sent out a case. Edith Cavell as the head Iter little hospital. Miss Black left issels without seeing Edith Cavell, the telephone conversations they had vivid impressions ol her an ial meeting
October 7, 1939 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A FAVOURABLE OPINION.

A FAVOURABLE OPINION.

he said—“ You might well suggest that Sir George Frampton’s monument should demolished or veiled. Are you to commemorate Edith Cavell in stone end not commemorate her in pictures? The only question to be considered is whether that film as work art is worthy
February 21, 1928 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
1 HUNTnmii, Tuesday mobnimq. jamcary 4. i«n.

1 HUNTnmii, Tuesday mobnimq. jamcary 4. i«n.

them. One of the interesting features of the evening was the presentation of beautiful mechanical bed memorial of Nurse Edith Cavell. It was the gift the trained nurses of the city, whose behalf it was presented by Mrs. D. Stevenson. The bed is of the
January 4, 1916 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
PEKINGESE PUPPIES.

PEKINGESE PUPPIES.

shall tell in another paper. (To be continued). _.:,....______ " IN MEMORY OF EDITH CAVELL." By Louie Bennett. It is interesting to set side by side the articles on Edith Cavell appearing in the "Nation" and the "New Statesman" of last week. The latter paper
November 6, 1915 - Irish Citizen - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SPECIFIED ARTICLES WANTED.

SPECIFIED ARTICLES WANTED.

NEACLI In "NURSE EDITH CAVELL" Edna May 01War, Cowls tandem, May Ratan. t. 4M. IBROADWAY "MT CHAS. •ICKFORD and TOMMY RYAN: STREET OF MISSING MEN Also t u try MEXICALI ROSE. CAPITOL ANNA 111ACIA, EDNA MAY OLIVER: "NURSE EDITH CAVELL" Finnan( at 1.10.
May 6, 1940 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WEEKLY ILLUBTATEDR NEWSPAPBRB.

WEEKLY ILLUBTATEDR NEWSPAPBRB.

illustrated. The photographs in this issue include Lady Monro, Countess Percy and her children, Laoy Greenwall, and Miss Edith Cavell, the victim “the greatest tragedy the war.” lAhd and Water ” there a portrait Mr. John Buchan, war correspondent and historian
November 1, 1915 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IN MY LADY'S NOTEBOOK. 15,000 U.S. LEGIONARIES HEROINE IN UNIFORM.! NOW IN PARIS. NURSE'S LIFE IN CANADA. 10,000 MORE TO

IN MY LADY'S NOTEBOOK. 15,000 U.S. LEGIONARIES HEROINE IN UNIFORM.! NOW IN PARIS. NURSE'S LIFE IN CANADA. 10,000 MORE TO

VISITORS. The nursing profession records the names of many heroineA-Florence Nightin- ' BOARISH TRADE IN lIIIVOISIETS. gale, Edith Cavell. those who with the (By arrangement with London "Express") watchword "Sick and the wounded first' PARIS, Wednesday.—At
September 15, 1927 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland