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THE SQUIRE’S FAMILt.

THE SQUIRE’S FAMILt.

100 than Edith, and more and dignitlod in manner. • It grows Isle, Edith, ’ Slid Mr. Downing: • I fear they wi’l not come to night It bh.ws hard too, and they will find it difficult to ait their horses,' •Oh hope tliev will come.' exclaimed Edith, Ido so
February 24, 1849 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
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coppices below. Edith remained to the honors her visitor with what grace she might. Bat anger gave her spirit and she contented herself with fuming in ruhid the dignified resentment she would display when they met at dinner. Never had Edith looked more
October 17, 1835 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PLCNDER Or BELFAST MERCHANTS,

PLCNDER Or BELFAST MERCHANTS,

coppices below. Edith remained to do the honors to her vi>iter ■what grace she might. But anger gave her spirit, and she con’tnte herself with turning mind the dignified resentment she would dn play when they met dinner. Never had Edith looked more beautiful
October 15, 1835 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FACET LE.

FACET LE.

door closed upon the Last, Edith threw herself into her father’s arms and burst into tears. Half in soke, and half in words, her story was told, and Mr. Trevanion was at first angry with Arthur Ralegh’s want of temper. But Edith oould not bear to have him
October 13, 1835 - Drogheda Journal, or Meath & Louth Advertiser - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CRUISE—Bv L. E. L.

THE CRUISE—Bv L. E. L.

coppies below. Edith remained to the honors t« her visitor with what grace she might. But auger gave her spirit, and she contented herself with turning in her mind the dignified resentment she would display when they met at dinner. Never had Edith looked beautiful
November 13, 1835 - Athlone Sentinel - Athlone, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
occasions, when strongly excited, hehad exhibited flow oft commanding and OTer|«»wering eloquence which made is evident that his proper sphere

occasions, when strongly excited, hehad exhibited flow oft commanding and OTer|«»wering eloquence which made is evident that his proper sphere

accumulated knowledge, and in earnest thought, and in high purposes. In Edith had found this woman ; and she was the only one ho bad ever loved. The evening had come on, and Edith was seated, quietly reading, as her father entered the room. closed the
December 15, 1849 - Belfast Protestant Journal - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PURCHASED LOVE. (From the Dublin University M<ina:ine.) (CONTINUED FROM OUR LAST.) It was a bright, sunshiny summer morning, and Matilda

PURCHASED LOVE. (From the Dublin University M<ina:ine.) (CONTINUED FROM OUR LAST.) It was a bright, sunshiny summer morning, and Matilda

that Edith Moore not woman to he giren op by a man of Mr. Leslie’s nature without straggle, sooner or later, lie is intellectual, and his nature some noble points ; though, in bis present conduct, be exhibits weakness and baseness of soul; bat Edith Meore
December 15, 1849 - Belfast Protestant Journal - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
geUcttlf IJoctrs.

geUcttlf IJoctrs.

there was a weight on Edith's spirits which she could not shake olf. The clouds were beginning to redden in the east before she went to bed. and the last words her lips were, Where Arthur ?” Where indeed was he? When lelt Edith be rushed in paroxysm of
November 8, 1843 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
Date Mk—wrf Ihj fallh shall auataln Uwa-

Date Mk—wrf Ihj fallh shall auataln Uwa-

apeak in hi* aoul, and that troth compared, Matilda and Edith aa woman to womao, apart from in Ufa, and in deapite of all hia exer. tiona blind himaelf, that truth peniuod in the aoperiority of Edith; eten her faded face, with ita mud, intellectual brow
December 22, 1849 - Belfast Protestant Journal - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DT MISS MATILDA 9. WATSON.

DT MISS MATILDA 9. WATSON.

of our poor Edith. And indeed I am surprised that your uncle should have named the very * midsummer morn’ that was to have been her wedding-day. Is possible he can have forgotten it? If has it’s very cruel, and very unlike him too. Poor Edith she left the
November 21, 1844 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland