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HEART-STKUGGLES.

HEART-STKUGGLES.

to Edith, "the fair girl sought her dear sister and faithful friend, and in a trembling, happy voice, said, Dear Evelyn, I am so happy now.” The arms of Evelyn were folded tenderly around the beautiful, fragile girl; she did not need to ask Edith why
August 11, 1866 - Ulster General Advertiser, Herald of Business and General Information - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A SAINT’S CHAMPION.

A SAINT’S CHAMPION.

of Miss Edith, and was piwtienlarly pleased to have bar for teacher. She need to say to her mother“ I'm so glad Miss Edith U my teacher! Whan it’s tohool-time we don’t think anything but lessons t but as soon it’s recess she U just Miss Edith again, and
January 25, 1897 - Irish News and Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE TWO BROTHERS.

THE TWO BROTHERS.

I had been used do. " Edith, «>i»H we ride to-day asksd. for just moment she looked ictp my face with something of her old bright sp<ile ; then suddenly turning pale, she answered, " ] must not, Richard," sadly. " Must not, Edith ! What do you mean " Your
August 14, 1862 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COMMERCIAL JOURNAL AND FAMILY HERALD—SATURDAY, JULY 14, 1855.

COMMERCIAL JOURNAL AND FAMILY HERALD—SATURDAY, JULY 14, 1855.

and appreciated her conduct. Edith longed Air the evening ever now; she did not know what with herself, or how to be* base. At last the party over, end Scaling tired, end her bean throbbing with her vsrioin emotions, Edith retited to rest, determined te
July 14, 1855 - Commercial Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE NEW ft V EXAMINER AND LOUTH ADVERTISER, FEERUAIIY 7, 1857. MY AUNT EDITH’S LOVE.

THE NEW ft V EXAMINER AND LOUTH ADVERTISER, FEERUAIIY 7, 1857. MY AUNT EDITH’S LOVE.

gone, is she not. my Effie ? A shining band, with bright wings, carried her away; this is not Effie ( this is Edith._ Good Edith, dear Edith, you hairo been kind to me, and God will bless you. going now* and I lea»o Katie in your care. Kiss me losed ones
February 7, 1857 - Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
Po»try.

Po»try.

certainty in George's mind. He came and sat down Edith, looking earnestly in her face. Edith, will you tell why you were weeping No answer. “ Edith, I beg of you to tell me Then, us she still kept silence; 41 Edith, if you nut tell me, I shall pul own
January 2, 1894 - Newry Reporter - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
StUrtei Joetrtj,

StUrtei Joetrtj,

I had been used to do. Edith, shall w# ride to-day ? I asked. For just moment she looked into my face with something of her old bright smile; then suddenly turning pale, she answered, I must not, Richard,” sadly. Must not, Edith? What do you mean.- •‘Your
July 3, 1862 - Londonderry Standard - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
THE LADY OF CASTLE AYLMER.

THE LADY OF CASTLE AYLMER.

to bis son-infaw a objections, promising lo send Edith's simple the following Jay the carrier. As have said, was bright sunny day ; and they walked along they talked hopefully of the future; while Edith, who now that he was really her nab and, cared but
January 30, 1852 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
ANOTHER COLLISION.

ANOTHER COLLISION.

port, and the Alexandra took on board the pmsingers of the Edith who wished to he conveyed to Dublin. The Edith wank in ten fathoms of water (60 feet) about 58 minutes after the collision. The Edith was built at Newcastle-on Tyne. by Leslie and Co. in 1868
September 11, 1875 - Drogheda Argus and Leinster Journal - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
EDITH RAY.

EDITH RAY.

mended, and • •bits foam wreathing he motionlesa lips. ' Edith l—roy own Edith!' outspend flobsoo, a bonne 'with agony. Edith to Get, and the mocking walls echoed bee unnatural laugh. • Conk, Edith. look,' entire:eta Sherrill ; 'it is nothine ;' and be
February 23, 1861 - Sligo Chronicle - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland