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SCHUYLER HILL,

SCHUYLER HILL,

themselves more distinctly on Edith's mind. " No, it's for you ; keep it, Edith. You will want it genie time to prove that you meant fair. I have written a few lines on it myself to show your innocence," Mrs. Barrett said, and Edith put the letter into the
March 1, 1888 - Ballymoney Free Press and Northern Counties Advertiser - Ballymoney, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE NEWRY TELEGRAPH, DECEMBER 11, 1849.

THE NEWRY TELEGRAPH, DECEMBER 11, 1849.

u silent !** be thundered, as Edith began further Edith was silent. She knew not what to say, or how to act, for the wan face of her mother seemed to rise up imploringly before her, bidding her, for God’s sake,
December 11, 1849 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
7THE LADY OF CASTLE AYLMER

7THE LADY OF CASTLE AYLMER

used to do; and have ao one to M ;illy child t' asked Edith,Edith,ina( Wars. Oh yes! be is eeryo-very kind to you, and I love his for it: bet we female friend-1 seas—such Dorothea. tor Ismass. Edith did set reply, but may rose up, and proposed going te
March 2, 1849 - Ballyshannon Herald - Ballyshannon, Donegal, Republic of Ireland
 
VICEREGAL COURT.

VICEREGAL COURT.

I said it was unkind of him give Edith much trouble after she had suffered so recently. He said if thought he would do right in marrying Edith would do eo, but would write letter of explanation. He said he knew Edith loved him very much. said had right
August 24, 1863 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
ALLEGED FATAL ASSAULT.

ALLEGED FATAL ASSAULT.

eyes. “ Ob, yes, Edith, dearest, I know how big and brave and careful he is ! And what ehe, my dearest ? That was not all, surely ! That would not bring my girl home with such light in her eyes, and such “ Oh, don’t!” whispered Edith, in confusion. “You
February 24, 1894 - Lisburn Herald, and Antrim and Down Advertiser - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Edith did not reply, but eoreied her fee. with her hendkerchiof. •nd gene full eeot t. bet eebe. eongbl le

Edith did not reply, but eoreied her fee. with her hendkerchiof. •nd gene full eeot t. bet eebe. eongbl le

yon to kill my father The yrung man could not repeat hia e« »«ion, f.*r knew what Edith aaid true, but aa l.e looked into hia couacienee aaw that was calm and pure. * Edith,’ he aaid, * pardon me cannot reply lomy grief perhaya I ahould. but I moat aay
August 22, 1856 - Ballyshannon Herald - Ballyshannon, Donegal, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ACCUSING SPIRIT.

THE ACCUSING SPIRIT.

dreary night, with a dismal drizzle and melancholy gusts of wind. Inside, Edith sat at the piano sighing rather than singing old songs in a wailing minor key. O Edith! Edith! Though you knew it not, the knowledge of what was to come was already with
December 20, 1862 - Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
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wit. [Mel. 11.1;o D...ht.r•ln-law

Me years. I toys you. Edith. HILL. EADIE February 17. 1910 (suddenly.. at NosaHal. Deeply ✓egretted by Gary and Pat Stewart sad Family Safe In God's keeping. HILL. EDITH Deeply rearetted by George and Eileen Granws. HILL. EDITH February 17. 1910 suddenly
February 19, 1980 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE LADY OF CASTLE AYLMER.

THE LADY OF CASTLE AYLMER.

son-in-law’s objections, promising to send Edith’s simple box the following day, the carrier. As we have said, it was bright sunny day; and as they walked along they talked hopefully of the future; while Edith, who now, that was really her husband, cared
February 27, 1849 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
SCHUYLER HILL,

SCHUYLER HILL,

lady sat knitting on the porch, with Godfrey Schuyler playing near her. She recognised Edith, and seemed glad and surprised to see her. " I wanted to come again," Edith said, sitting close beside the woman. " I was not feeling well when I was here yesterday
May 28, 1887 - Coleraine Chronicle - Coleraine, Londonderry, Northern Ireland