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EDITH OF OLENGYLE

EDITH OF OLENGYLE

claim her for hts own. •• Thy will bo done!" ejaculated the holy matron, and at oocc sought the chamber Edith. , ~ , . . To describe the feeling* Edith when informed her errand—of her doubt that w*a Ronald who still existed —might be attempted, but weak
January 22, 1842 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
IBcttuit cCivnvmcrrhtl (Hj riniic to.

IBcttuit cCivnvmcrrhtl (Hj riniic to.

serene and still. In every vision, Edith came and went, sometimes to her joy, sometimes to ber sorrow, until they were alone upon the brink of dark grave, and Edith pointing down, she looked and saw—what I —another Edith lying the bottom. Id the terror of
September 4, 1847 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, 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
 
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
 
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
 
'BONG OF ZKXOVZGBT.

'BONG OF ZKXOVZGBT.

coppices helow. Edith remained to do the honors to her visiter with what grace she might.— But anger gave her spirit, and she contented herself with turning In mind the dignified resentment she would display when they met at dinner. Never bad Edith looked more
October 22, 1835 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
SclfrtfH ioetvJ». TUB CHURCH OF KNGLANH WWM TIKXMXj* VUO>. Cod Wcv» tliee, of EnyUmil, TJiott vcnrruVlc pile ; Long may

SclfrtfH ioetvJ». TUB CHURCH OF KNGLANH WWM TIKXMXj* VUO>. Cod Wcv» tliee, of EnyUmil, TJiott vcnrruVlc pile ; Long may

in al! things. But her name? After much discussion, papa insisted having her called after her mamma, and they named her EdithEdith Hunter. • • • • • There U hurrying to anti fro of Act Oak Glen ; there arc wrranH mounted in hot haste for in<sli«-al men
December 29, 1846 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
EDITH LUDLOW.

EDITH LUDLOW.

Mallow afforded, and upon, a, supposed, the intac- sta-e of Edith's affeettons. which her and sequestered life seems htm certtfv. He knew not that a love lay deep and Itvtng the heart of Edith I.ndlnsr, which none could dts.odge, few transfer love for
October 15, 1840 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
THE CRUISE. —Br L. E. L.

THE CRUISE. —Br L. E. L.

coppices below. Edith remained do tba honors to her visitor with what grace she might. But anger gave her spirit, and she contented herself with taming In mind the dignified resentment she would display when they met dinner. N-ver Edith looked more beautiful
October 21, 1835 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, 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