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and ns the ooor upon tho last, Edith threw herself into Imr and hurst into tsars. Half in Sofia and half in words, her story was tild, Mr. Tret-anion wes first very angry with Arthur Halcgh'a want of tumpor. But Edith could not boar to hire him blamed
October 19, 1835 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ENNISKILLEN CHRONICLE, AND ERNE PACKET.

THE ENNISKILLEN CHRONICLE, AND ERNE PACKET.

Britain to the extent of £30,000, the struggle. The Government have determined not to construct Now, then, Brandon," cried Edith, lighting any more steam-vessels of iron, with a wonderful energy, “now to our last duty. Quick A vessel trom to London has
October 26, 1846 - Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet - Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
 
TUB DUBLIN OBSERVE H

TUB DUBLIN OBSERVE H

perceived Arthur and Edith, who had retired to a little distance. they saw they were observed, they advanced, and would have kn«. led : but the prince prevented this; he took them both the hand, and imprinted on the lip'i of Edith savouring as much of
February 15, 1834 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PAST A IS’I) PRE9EXT.

PAST A IS’I) PRE9EXT.

work which we have selected for an extract, is the last chapter the number for this month, and the first in which C.irker and Edith are presented together, since they vanished from view, on the night their elopement. elopement, however, their flight can scarcely
February 19, 1848 - Northern Standard - Monaghan, Monaghan, Republic of Ireland
 
SIAN-/.* S.

SIAN-/.* S.

gain tho favour of Edith I.ee—for tho cunning of her sex taught her that coyness wins hotter that submission- That day month, to the wonder of all. Edith Lee became the bride of Lord Hatton. Who ought now to have been half so happy Edith, Lady Hatton Her
September 20, 1848 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
EDITH LUDLOW.

EDITH LUDLOW.

than a sigh, he addressed himself to his melancholy task. His Mter bis mother was his longest, that to Edith was his last. # * Before my dearest Edith has received these lines, she will have heard they are written. She will not then need to he told, that
October 24, 1840 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
Tlk E»il of OLENGALE »»id. »ft*r tb» borijlle ipcecb uttsrvd Mr. O'Comwll over the »m»e Ur. Citvaiuurb, en Undoubted deecendont

Tlk E»il of OLENGALE »»id. »ft*r tb» borijlle ipcecb uttsrvd Mr. O'Comwll over the »m»e Ur. Citvaiuurb, en Undoubted deecendont

but all inferior to Edith Ribeeumonl, he drew bade respectfully few paces and left her the .foot of the. throne. This it imlcedachild,worthy pfEustacaSt. Pierre”said Philipps bending her keen black eyceoa theglowing face' Of Edith, Oh! bowfoirandKkely
July 17, 1837 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WESTMEATH INDEPENDENT; SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1846.

THE WESTMEATH INDEPENDENT; SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1846.

Isabel,” replied the gentle Edith, not speak thus; —do not despond too soon, or foster any thoughtsof passion or revenge: his own heart will punish him sidiii iently, believe me. Now not weep thus; for all may yet well!” added Edith, while her own tears gave
September 5, 1846 - Westmeath Independent - Athlone, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
PURCHASED LOVE.

PURCHASED LOVE.

with •oupbaais. which was doc lom ou brow, on which his hair, once so fine ami well tended, bang care*ke he** penetration Edith. , Iraaly now, for it grown thin, and lost much iia former Father, yon hare not. anrely—no. yon woo Id not take j»y beamy.
December 13, 1849 - Londonderry Standard - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
IMPORTANT FROM MEXICO.

IMPORTANT FROM MEXICO.

’«to done?” Would the regulars have behaved thus?’* cried Edith, with increased animation. Would they have insulted woman Never. Begone, Sir am afraid 1 have been mistaken in you-——” Hy honor, Edith !—-Miss Bogle, 1 mean—you gross injustice did not know—l
September 26, 1846 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland