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HATE APPOINTED

HATE APPOINTED

" Rut, on the whole, it is a manly and a simple garb, and Edith cannot be such a fool as not to appreciate the motives which have led me to assume it." So saying, I rang the Bugles' bell. Edith wa in the drawing-room, and there also, to no small mortification
October 3, 1846 - Meath Herald and Cavan Advertiser - Kells, Meath, Republic of Ireland
 
be detarhrd from bfrself fhould h» memory remind him tbe delation antler which »bc had laboured when *ccfpT ;r(R him.

be detarhrd from bfrself fhould h» memory remind him tbe delation antler which »bc had laboured when *ccfpT ;r(R him.

Mr. Sinclair f. : the last time.” And armed with this resolution, nerved ! this «i*>«nt. they met again. was Edith who spoke firm It was Edith, who, with all woman’s strength of mind and ' energy of purpose, when roused to action and es. Wm. sosj tained
November 30, 1848 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DOOMED BRIDE

THE DOOMED BRIDE

Dashing across the bridge, he rode hastily the gates, and demanded immediate interview with the Lady Edith. * Speak, speak where thou art, Brandon,* cried Edith; leaning from the teirace breathless alarm * say, hew stands the fight—and father—and why ait thou
November 28, 1846 - Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
trast which Summer and Winter exhibits in the face* of the two. “Aunt, he is mine—he mine—he is jest gone—he

trast which Summer and Winter exhibits in the face* of the two. “Aunt, he is mine—he mine—he is jest gone—he

brought me this book—he told loved me—he adored ; oh, delightful said, tor I asked him about it, had no thoughts now that Edith Moore.” And did he say nothing of the engagement which it perfectly well known has existed between them?” interrupted Miss
December 8, 1849 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
Foil JUNE.

Foil JUNE.

bargain ; neither have you, far I have been able prevent you.” “You talk strangely to-nieht, Edith, your own mother.'’ * It so. ins io trail" rto than you,” said Edith l>ut education was completed long ago. lam too old now, and have fallen too low, degrees
June 9, 1847 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
THE TYRONE CONSTITUTION, OMAGH. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 23, 1810. * ( . • „ Iw'forr Il„' OLD TUNKS CORRECT OF THE

THE TYRONE CONSTITUTION, OMAGH. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 23, 1810. * ( . • „ Iw'forr Il„' OLD TUNKS CORRECT OF THE

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November 23, 1849 - Tyrone Constitution - Omagh, Tyrone, Northern Ireland
 
SELECT FOETH T. LITTLE EDITH. Think of cloudlets, light and tender. Underneath the moving moon. Full love that bright lender

SELECT FOETH T. LITTLE EDITH. Think of cloudlets, light and tender. Underneath the moving moon. Full love that bright lender

abodes again ; Think of whatsoever feedeth Tranquil moods; and will find Gentler charms in little Edith. Edith of the thoughtful mind. A song to little Edith, for she is very fair ! Her eye-dids are the snow flakes, amidst the black night-air. When, dropping
December 10, 1846 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
THE WATCHER ON THE TOWER.

THE WATCHER ON THE TOWER.

companion, Edith Perceval, the reetor*a daughter* an excellent coun~ tellor and friend. Although there was material difference in their natures and pursuit*, no two people could harmonise better in their intercourse, especially after Edith bad been deprived
July 1, 1846 - Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
THE MEATH lIERALD.

THE MEATH lIERALD.

done "Would the regulars have behaved thus'" cried Edith, with increased animation. "Would they have insulted a woman? Never. Begone. sir—l am afraid 1 have been mistaken in you." "By my honour, Edith ! Miss Bogle, I mean —you do me gross injustice! I
October 10, 1846 - Meath Herald and Cavan Advertiser - Kells, Meath, Republic of Ireland
 
Morass tan dacohteb.

Morass tan dacohteb.

The very voice was changed, as it aAdiesacd Edith, when they were alone again. Whv don't you tell me," it said sharply, •* that he is coming here to-morrow appointment * Because you know if, fc relumed Edith, mother." The mocking emphasis she laid that
June 2, 1847 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland