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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
 
O’CONNELL TIUUUTE IN BNdL.VND.

O’CONNELL TIUUUTE IN BNdL.VND.

coppices below. Edith remained do the hotiois bar visitor w:th What grace he might. But anger gave her apirit, and she contented heraelf with turning In her mind the digniied rcaientment she would diaplny when they met dinner. Never had Edith looked hoenliful
November 4, 1835 - Galway Patriot - Galway, Galway, Republic of Ireland
 
HAT WAREHOUSE,

HAT WAREHOUSE,

record traced by one of them that I pen this tale. From this record it appears that about six years before the marriage of Edith, and when that fair girl was about seventeen yearn old, she and her lady mother, who did not live to see her daughter s bridal
February 27, 1837 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
c Ifa St cf o m m crc tal cUi ron t clr

c Ifa St cf o m m crc tal cUi ron t clr

was way then open to me—a method left which I might satisfy, without compromising professional character, the scruples of Edith, and become member of the military service without abandoning the pen. man that he- sitates is lost. « I don’t know,” I replied
September 28, 1846 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE CONSTITUTION : OR, CORK ADVERTISER.

THE CONSTITUTION : OR, CORK ADVERTISER.

. , f ,iuoe equal to her favour. She was engaged a Very young man. hut own ; and, moreover, Arthur li H , ie tied heautv. Edith of a temper, and tin* i* » ~id all herself— Knew her power, and did not mo• its and tti*' affection loving, 100. with all the
October 22, 1835 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE LAIRD OF KINLOCII.

THE LAIRD OF KINLOCII.

that it was on her account that the settlements were long delayed, hopes that she might win the Laird. If it were so, poor Edith no party in a scheme which lift happiness was wrecked fur ever. Dugald noticed length that she looked pale and sad, but never
February 19, 1846 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
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the heart, ere the Lady Isidore slumbered b ,ei gi'“ » hitter, indeed, were the tears shed over that blighted flower. To the Edith, it »<as the setting of the sun, that had lighted upevety dream—the quenching every hope —the rending every tie. Neat tire
August 8, 1835 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EDITH LUDLOW.

EDITH LUDLOW.

EDITH LUDLOW. hi, entert design »a. be matter, re to reach an i,.ue otl.er mean,; for hi, father, heady and vindictive man. «as present, and actiualnted with hi, •on’s rejection through the machinations , he supposed, an intriguing rival; and. as ho was
October 20, 1840 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
Kmlerie'» tuiuoili ami bc« becaaie dark and agitated with hi* eootauding paaaiuiut. could not look without horror and troubling oo

Kmlerie'» tuiuoili ami bc« becaaie dark and agitated with hi* eootauding paaaiuiut. could not look without horror and troubling oo

day. stood in weak and trembling irresolution; wished—lu. h.j.ged follow Edith, bathe felt a* if spell bound. and incapable of any exertion. .V* be strained his gsxe after Edith, site disappeared in nmung the path, anil still, though violent inward urged
December 13, 1849 - Londonderry Standard - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
THE SHAMROCK CVPIELtSniO FO«M BY CIIABI.OTTK ELIZIBKTII,

THE SHAMROCK CVPIELtSniO FO«M BY CIIABI.OTTK ELIZIBKTII,

the bridge, he rode hastily to the gates, ami deinaiiiled immediate interview with the Lady of Edith. “ Speak, speak where thou art, Brandon,” cried Edith, leaning from the terrace in breathless alarm; “say, how stands the tight—and my father—and why
October 26, 1846 - Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet - Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland