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EDITH HYLTON.

EDITH HYLTON.

you good-bye.’ Edith made mechanical reply, and so ef fectually exerted herself to hide her feelings that even Mr Staunton congratulated himself on her peace, at le st, being undisturbed. We need not dwell upon the sufferings poor Edith underwent during
November 1, 1851 - Ulster General Advertiser, Herald of Business and General Information - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE MEATH HERALD AND CAVAN ADVERTISER-SATURDAY, MARCH 31, 1877.

THE MEATH HERALD AND CAVAN ADVERTISER-SATURDAY, MARCH 31, 1877.

beggar us if he will. We are irremediably in his power, Edith, you and all of us together." " Then Heaven help us," Edith said, sadly. " For that man's nature is pitiless and implacable. "Edith, Edith, listen to me, darling. He is not pitiless, is not
March 31, 1877 - Meath Herald and Cavan Advertiser - Kells, Meath, Republic of Ireland
 
There ore sweet t '*rs of happiness,

There ore sweet t '*rs of happiness,

fifteen came Edith's first heart-sorrow. The father who had loved her with such devoted fondness-who had gratified her every wish—who had heretofore so tenderly guarded and guided her footsteps—was suddenly taken from her. For more than yeah Edith refused
March 5, 1864 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
CHAPTER H.

CHAPTER H.

the question.” “Be not too sore of that, Edith. If I mistake not, a strange vessel has arrived in waters —a vessel half yacht and half trader. We know not of what sort of material her crew may composed.” Edith glanced up at the yonng man, bat made no
November 9, 1878 - Newry Reporter - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
THE MEATH HER ALP AND CAVAN ADVERTISER-SATTIRD'.Y, MARCH 17, 1877.

THE MEATH HER ALP AND CAVAN ADVERTISER-SATTIRD'.Y, MARCH 17, 1877.

Don't breathe a word to Edith of this wild notion of yours, Arthur," Mr. Wynne whispered as they followed his wife into the back drawing-room, where Edith and Mrs. Walters were sitting. It was the same drawing-room in which Edith sat with Mr. Fleming on
March 17, 1877 - Meath Herald and Cavan Advertiser - Kells, Meath, Republic of Ireland
 
MY NEW LODGINGS.

MY NEW LODGINGS.

again it cannot be." " It wouliln be irreat expense, Edith," put in Emily. " would it, Agnes for -Vgnes had come in quietly during the discussion. " think not. Do be obliging, Edith." " Indeed, Miss Edith, we are six one : you must give in," Smith laughed
July 29, 1870 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SELECT POETRY.

SELECT POETRY.

WesttmutU Gairdiaii. TO LITTLE EDITH. Edith, Edith, little Edith, new-christened baby, Edith! Can there ever rhyme found To express my wishes for a silvery flowing, worthy Of that silvery sonnd Bonnie Edith, Lady Edith! Sore that s
May 13, 1851 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
, r A'nvpPTTST'T? SAT'IIRDAY DECEMBER 12» 1868. THE ULSTER GENERAL ADVERTISER, SATURDAY jiow Isabella had mit W* *tHllOttr. 1 since

, r A'nvpPTTST'T? SAT'IIRDAY DECEMBER 12» 1868. THE ULSTER GENERAL ADVERTISER, SATURDAY jiow Isabella had mit W* *tHllOttr. 1 since

been blotted from tho wind of Edith 1 Perhaps not; for duly every Wednesday evoiiin" Mr. Sherwood firings home letter addressed to Edith, which sidy shows to Kite, she goes to meet him in the hall, and the sight of which Edith blushes deeply, lays it down
December 12, 1868 - Ulster General Advertiser, Herald of Business and General Information - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HUNG in THE WRONG.

HUNG in THE WRONG.

tall fignreenTeloped a bears travelling cloak. «tro«d the npparimmt. Before Edith could look up, spwtk, she was folded the arm* of the stranger • Edith led, in wiWeel joy—’ Edith at laatl* Her head fell back over should* r, she witboot feme or scamingly
July 26, 1862 - Ulster Gazette - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
A STRANGE WOOING. CHAPTER XIV. 111:1813A ND •IND WIPE.

A STRANGE WOOING. CHAPTER XIV. 111:1813A ND •IND WIPE.

succeeded, in all of which Edith took a part, but she did not dance again with Ma. Fleming, and poor Stanley did not dance with him at all. When supper announced, Mr. Fleming, anxious to show attention to Edith's mother, for Edith's sake, gave his aria to
February 17, 1877 - Clare Advertiser and Kilrush Gazette - Kilrush, Clare, Republic of Ireland