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THE CORK SOUTHERN REPORTER KINGSTOWN REGATTA.

THE CORK SOUTHERN REPORTER KINGSTOWN REGATTA.

. do Edith, . _ _ ... J. Ewart, Esq. The signal was given for starting it about half-past one o’Clock, when Gleam and Atalanta went off together. Six minutes after the.Medina and Union slipped their moorings, and after a similar period the Edith followed
July 4, 1839 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THF, FORSAKEN

THF, FORSAKEN

celebrated. But never was that antique and noble hall thronged with glad-cycd wassailers as in certain year of grace, when Edith, the sole child of Sir Ralph Oakleigh, was wedded her cousin Henry, tried and gallant soldier, and as thorough-going a loyalist
February 23, 1837 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
LITERATURE.

LITERATURE.

bargain ; neither have yon, so far I have been able to prevent yon. ft* talk strangely to-night, Edith, to yonr own anid EL*® "M, ,tr n *o than yon," said Edith. But my education was completed long ago. I too old now, and have fallen too low, by deflT"* yours
June 30, 1847 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
St tfivm m cixhtlClinmkU

St tfivm m cixhtlClinmkU

halt!” sounded far and faint behind us. We dashed past a carriage, which, from a momentary glimpse, I recognised the form of Edith; while a dragoon officer —l knew intuitively was Roper—had drawn up his horse the side. They were laughing—yes! they were laughing
October 3, 1846 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TUKBUAY—BI.COND DAY

TUKBUAY—BI.COND DAY

Medina, ... W. D. Fleetwood, Esq. ... *l4 Gleam, ... Sir 11. G. Booth, Bart. ... AtaUnta, ... Ilemy Scovell, Esq. ... 25 cl» i Edith, ... J. Ewart, Esq. ... do The signal was given for starting at about half-past one | o’clock, when the Gleam and AtalanU went
July 6, 1839 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LCiviuiucvctal^tirivnii^

LCiviuiucvctal^tirivnii^

Wliats to be “ Would the regulars have behaved thus?” cried Edith, with increased animation. “ Would they have insulted a woman? Begone, sir lam aid I have been mistaken in you”— “ By honour, Edith !—Miss Bogle, 1 mean—-you do me gross injustice! I did not
September 30, 1846 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE LONDONDERRY STANDARD, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1840.

THE LONDONDERRY STANDARD, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1840.

••A beggar! Edith, Edith imamptod Frederic, vdftiy. Her—well. I give you hill penuitatnu to many her now if yon eaa; 1 east yon off without delay, and do not think hot 1 •hall heppy enough without
December 13, 1849 - Londonderry Standard - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
DIARY OF A NUN.

DIARY OF A NUN.

Italy, when they meet with Miss Gertrude Aylmer, a school frieud of Edith, who is travelling with a Mr. and Mrs. Temple on the Continent. Delighted with this unexpected recontre, Edith persuades her friend to quit the Temples, who arc about to return
January 31, 1840 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
Dublin University Marine. Dublin Jams* M G las a tit, D’Oliei^sireet. Tm« Umvtrtity for this month makes appearance with Us

Dublin University Marine. Dublin Jams* M G las a tit, D’Oliei^sireet. Tm« Umvtrtity for this month makes appearance with Us

contempt Edith’s poor, cheep straw bonnet. with its paltry piece of white ribbon trimming. How could any man, she reasoned with herself, fail to prefer her thick, flowing, flaxen ringlets, to the common brown hair which w.is plainly parted on Edith's forehead
December 8, 1849 - Belfast Protestant Journal - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE LAIRD OP KINLOCH.

THE LAIRD OP KINLOCH.

it was on her account tliat the settlements were so long delayed, in hopes that she might win the Laird. If were so, poor Edith was no party in scheme which her happiness was wrecked for ever. ■otiecd at length that she looked pale and sad, but never
February 18, 1846 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland