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MARRIAGE.

MARRIAGE.

was end the well-known knock was heard, and Edith turned pale as marble, and clung to the table, she listened to the servant’s step on the etairs. She entered. There were two letters iu ber band, but Edith saw but one—the well-known, dearly-loved handwriting
January 29, 1846 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
Review.

Review.

thrat Edith met him at Llanwair. One day, as Edith was sketching a picturesque scene in the vicinity of the mansion, she was startled by the noise of a rushing amorig the leaves beside her. It was Valerian who approached her. " Miss Tyrell-Edith," hie
February 19, 1851 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FB O U GLASGOW TO KBWBT

FB O U GLASGOW TO KBWBT

Mxary, cot hoping, not planning, but simply enduring. If be could die. and give Edith ber lihe> ty ! They met five in the afternoon, for dinner. Both were deadly pale, and Edith's face wore look of stern, pitiless resolve. The dishes were sent away untasted
January 27, 1865 - Tyrone Constitution - Omagh, Tyrone, Northern Ireland
 
bTABLE REQUISITES ALWAYS IN STOCK.

bTABLE REQUISITES ALWAYS IN STOCK.

here to Paris. and expect to spend the winter in Italy," said Edith- Doctor Montgomery bade his patient good-morning and good-b;. * * • Two years passed. Mary and Edith were is Rome. Edith was engaged with a beautiful piece of Roman embroidery, old pinks
September 30, 1893 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ART AND LITERATURE.

ART AND LITERATURE.

This was too much for Edith, whose indignation was intense. She threw up her veil, revealing to George Chester a face that terrified him, so full was it of withering scorn. " I stn glad I have found you out, Mr. Chester," said Edith. "Fortunately, it is
April 27, 1895 - Portadown News - Portadown, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
BALLYMONEY FREE PRESS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1 1 . 1887. BALLYMONEY UNlON—Konoay, with bee efforts to tell what she could not.

BALLYMONEY FREE PRESS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1 1 . 1887. BALLYMONEY UNlON—Konoay, with bee efforts to tell what she could not.

the great oil owe. ray to met?" Edith asked. twain things eassithal tied things to attend the Funeral. We then climb the till. and enjoy . good There was a shake of the head• and emeettial Whatever *eel erioil bottle Edith continued : " Perhaps you can
October 13, 1887 - Ballymoney Free Press and Northern Counties Advertiser - Ballymoney, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE LONDONDERRY SENTINEL. FRIDAY EVENIN^J^A^I!^-!^-

THE LONDONDERRY SENTINEL. FRIDAY EVENIN^J^A^I!^-!^-

scarcely attend anything. " Do you know where Mis Marion went when she ft your house?” said Edith to her mother, about two weeks afterwards. There troubled look in Edith face she asked this question. - N»- Wh-r •• Ai Block ley." • What! •• In the •Im* Uouk'
March 5, 1852 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
By HA WIE Y SMART.

By HA WIE Y SMART.

coming that it behoved him quit Tunnteton very shortly, and, except tor Edith Molecombe. would suit him just well to leave tbe day after to-morrow week or two later : would not see Edith this afternoon, be was well aware that she had engagement that would
April 23, 1887 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE INQUEST.

THE INQUEST.

not car® for meat, and so. Neither did Edith touch the meat. There was one to cook it except Edith, and one in the hove but witness. Edith, and the deceased. Witness had the steak m a frying pan the kitchen, Edith being also them. You did not notice wh
September 15, 1911 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MARRYING IN FUN AND IN EARNEST.

MARRYING IN FUN AND IN EARNEST.

that Edith wears her husband prices most the meek and gentle spirit of his loving wife. We do not know how strong a power love possessed to jrabdue chasten the wild, untamed emotions of the heart, until Edith taught us the beautiful lesson. Edith was but
March 12, 1864 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland