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little Moggie, winsome Msqfo Maggie with the laughing air, Little Edith, thoughtful Edith, Edith with the hair. Never may your

little Moggie, winsome Msqfo Maggie with the laughing air, Little Edith, thoughtful Edith, Edith with the hair. Never may your

little Moggie, winsome Msqfo Maggie with the laughing air, Little Edith, thoughtful Edith, Edith with the hair. Never may your happy hearts Feel the touch care, Little precious household This is papa’s prayer. And your iaurerte ever prays, God bless the
June 19, 1880 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EDITH—A LOVERS' QUARREL his. Myrvin sea sincerely attached to Edith LaneUm, but she could not help thick. Mg she was

EDITH—A LOVERS' QUARREL his. Myrvin sea sincerely attached to Edith LaneUm, but she could not help thick. Mg she was

EDITH—A LOVERS' QUARREL his. Myrvin sea sincerely attached to Edith LaneUm, but she could not help thick. Mg she was strangely altered for the worse. Edith was or of those persons whose looks aro entirety dependent as their feelings. She wee, tom gutsily
May 17, 1879 - Newtownards Chronicle & Co. Down Observer - Newtownards, Down, Northern Ireland
 
MISS EDITH MIRRELSON EDITH FOR LOURDES

MISS EDITH MIRRELSON EDITH FOR LOURDES

MISS EDITH MIRRELSON EDITH FOR LOURDES EDITH MIURELSON: It was e«i»sted the help of friends of Franciscan priest who said: denominations. They gave She has bridged the gap be- experts to raise funds—to send tween Israel and Ireland.” The their Catholic
June 20, 1958 - Catholic Standard - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
hi-toiy—between Aldwylh and Edith, and even Edith pities the love in the Queen’s eyes. “Alas! my lord, she loved thee.”

hi-toiy—between Aldwylh and Edith, and even Edith pities the love in the Queen’s eyes. “Alas! my lord, she loved thee.”

hi-toiy—between Aldwylh and Edith, and even Edith pities the love in the Queen’s eyes. “Alas! my lord, she loved thee.” Harold and Edith embrace before the battle, and then comes the crowning scene. It is no exaggeration say that this passage, in which
December 26, 1876 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Boxing spectators are human beings at theii; worst-Dr. Edith £)R. EDITH BUMMERSKILL. M.P., the wife of' doctor and the mother

Boxing spectators are human beings at theii; worst-Dr. Edith £)R. EDITH BUMMERSKILL. M.P., the wife of' doctor and the mother

Boxing spectators are human beings at theii; worst-Dr. Edith £)R. EDITH BUMMERSKILL. M.P., the wife of' doctor and the mother of medical student, boxing’s uncompromising enemy, and In her book, ‘The ignoble Art” (Helnemann, 10s. 6d.), to be published
June 1, 1956 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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GLEANINGS FROM ALLSOURCEB Edith lapd .ma) Mochas ohm I 4ia shall I to barna? Mother: Ea, dam. Edith: And shall

GLEANINGS FROM ALLSOURCEB Edith lapd .ma) Mochas ohm I 4ia shall I to barna? Mother: Ea, dam. Edith: And shall

GLEANINGS FROM ALLSOURCEB Edith lapd .ma) Mochas ohm I 4ia shall I to barna? Mother: Ea, dam. Edith: And shall I soar a besatiful sobs? Maier - Tor, diar . Sdit6. And shall lasso a gold= as !ray head? Mahar: eartainly, dear. Edith tip acataay), Oh, .bat
September 3, 1913 - Dublin Evening Telegraph - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Dr. Edith hits out at U.S. drugs TAR EDITH SUMMERSKILL, Labour M.P, for Warrington and a former Minister of National

Dr. Edith hits out at U.S. drugs TAR EDITH SUMMERSKILL, Labour M.P, for Warrington and a former Minister of National

Dr. Edith hits out at U.S. drugs TAR EDITH SUMMERSKILL, Labour M.P, for Warrington and a former Minister of National Insurance, alleged in the House of Commons last night that the sick people of Britain were being exploited by American drug firms and
November 30, 1956 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HOUSEHOLD COLUMN. BY LADY EDITH.” A Wedding Luncheon. Conatant Reader : ** Lady Edith kind to few manna for wedding

HOUSEHOLD COLUMN. BY LADY EDITH.” A Wedding Luncheon. Conatant Reader : ** Lady Edith kind to few manna for wedding

COLUMN. BY LADY EDITH.” A Wedding Luncheon. Conatant Reader : ** Lady Edith kind to few manna for wedding luncheon to held the last week July, also any bints that she thinks might be utc. * Constant Header had benefited so much by * Lady Edith's recipes, they
July 7, 1919 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
POISON MYSTERY. EDITH BINGHAM FOUND "NOT GUILTY." After a hearing extending over three days, Edith Agnes Bingham, aged thirty, as

POISON MYSTERY. EDITH BINGHAM FOUND "NOT GUILTY." After a hearing extending over three days, Edith Agnes Bingham, aged thirty, as

POISON MYSTERY. EDITH BINGHAM FOUND "NOT GUILTY." After a hearing extending over three days, Edith Agnes Bingham, aged thirty, as acquitted at Lancaster Assizes on Monday of the charges of having murdered her father. sister, and brother by the administration
November 4, 1911 - Portadown News - Portadown, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
Statutory Notice to Creditors I. the st or es EDITH ANNIE SMITH Edith late of 2 Osgoree Park. banger. Co.

Statutory Notice to Creditors I. the st or es EDITH ANNIE SMITH Edith late of 2 Osgoree Park. banger. Co.

Statutory Notice to Creditors I. the st or es EDITH ANNIE SMITH Edith late of 2 Osgoree Park. banger. Co. Down. Widow. NOTICE IS NIREIY GIVEN aur• to Welt* 211 of the Trutt/If Act (Nonlsere Irreand) 19511 all dersions claiming to creditors. or 100101
July 11, 1962 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland