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'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
 
Not his the form, nor his the eye

Not his the form, nor his the eye

with I delight, as well speed, to beg that Edith would come in and select pattern dress, sent to Mes.lanms Smithson and Straker. I” And yon know, sister, they must directly : for but week from to-morrow.* Edith silently accompanied her light hearted sister
November 9, 1844 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
Ettrratttre. SELECT TOE

Ettrratttre. SELECT TOE

beside Edith, gabbling away with infinite fluency about the last bail, the uext review, or worsted-work, or some similar abomination. question whether be had ever read a single book since lie was school, and yet there lie sat, misquoting Byron Edith—who
September 24, 1846 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
ULSTER GENERAL ADVERTISER. SaTORPAY. AUGUST 4, W49.

ULSTER GENERAL ADVERTISER. SaTORPAY. AUGUST 4, W49.

Thi| was great esertion, but Edith went itjfrwlrHgcoasly. • tried Charles, now abandoning himself to the passion that he had hitherto pent * Ay, so. I have been deceived cruelly—ohlOod, what thought that. But I loved you, Edith—wor»hip|»ed you, and adored
August 4, 1849 - Ulster General Advertiser, Herald of Business and General Information - Belfast, Antrim, 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 CRUISE By L. E. L.

THE CRUISE By L. E. L.

and the door dosed upon the last, Edith threw herself into her fsther’s r ms and hurst into tears. Half in sobs and half in words her story was told, ami Mr. Trevanion was «f first angry with Arthur want temper. But Edith could not heir have him blamed,
October 20, 1835 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
PURCHASED LOVE.

PURCHASED LOVE.

aunt to dinner. ..... Mr. Italic ha* not vfaited you all fast week, think, obsesvsd Edith a father, a* walked with him towards their home. •• ha* not," answered Edith, to voiss perfect composure. “Humph! ’ti« changed time* with him; rnu know the report
December 6, 1849 - Londonderry Standard - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
Su Stroard'* Fm.

Su Stroard'* Fm.

netlier person. But, the the whole, it is manly and simple garb, and Edith cannot Ik- such fool a* uot appreciate the motives which have led to assume it.” So say mg, rung the Bogles' bell. Edith was iu the draw, iug.room, and there also, no small mortification
September 18, 1846 - Londonderry Standard - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
TESTIMONIALS

TESTIMONIALS

the wretched young man heard the name of Edith Trevanion. His sndd*^ disappearance, and his hat having been found seashore, led to the belief that he had destroyed Tins report bad been hastily communicated to Edith, and Vie bad broken blood vessel. Death
October 24, 1835 - Kilkenny Journal, and Leinster Commercial and Literary Advertiser - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
LOVE-TESTS OF HALLOWEEN.

LOVE-TESTS OF HALLOWEEN.

time, on our first meeting, I was as much at home with her as if had been acquainted for years. For her young niece* Aunt Edith entertained the warmest affection. It doubtful she could have loved her own children more tenderly. Sho was ever ready to take
December 1, 1849 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland