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CHAPTER L

CHAPTER L

views of the situation as it would present itself to Edith, that Julius could no: read the reflection of each on her mobile countenance. Phe need not be afraid of Edith intemipting or disturbing but Edith would be annoyed. She could no longer court on Maud
June 7, 1902 - Northern Constitution - Coleraine, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
pHILLU’B1 TjHILUi'S PIANOS.

pHILLU’B1 TjHILUi'S PIANOS.

difference between the statements, she ou«»ht to know best! But when Edith is married I shouldn t wonder if the register turned out to be correct. Oh. dear! I wish I wonder if you will admire Edith? Some people do—enormously. “ But don’t you come down stairs
January 12, 1903 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
THE PORTADOWN NEWS-SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 14, 1901.

THE PORTADOWN NEWS-SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 14, 1901.

ball-room! Dr. Sunning himself introduced Raymond Stokes to Edith. "There's not much amiss with him," he said to her previously. " The hereditary taint, poor fellow, you understand!" But Edith was astounded by this partner—and more than astounded. He was
September 14, 1901 - Portadown News - Portadown, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN TRAM

ENGLISH AND AMERICAN TRAM

ball-room! Dr. Sunning himself introduced Raymond Stokes to Edith. “There’s not much amiss with him,” he said to her previously. “The hereditary taint, poor fellow, you understand!” Bat Edith was astounded this partner—and more than astounded. He was very
September 12, 1901 - Tyrone Courier - Dungannon, Tyrone, Northern Ireland
 
UNCLE REGGIE:

UNCLE REGGIE:

completion. Edith Sparling, Edward's wife, knocked the door her brother-in-law’s room. He had a email suite at. the end of one of the innumerable long corridore for which the old manor-house was noted. It was a picturesque old house, and Edith loved it dearly
December 25, 1924 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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MT NEW LODGINGS.

MT NEW LODGINGS.

hosed it pigment new. in spite of Edith. We were alersys ' well-recebed by be goy, inip-like Grob,. y and egnesetepa a kin/ of neutral grownd. while Mr Pea was very civil. So. fir s tints. had the it. I thought Edith seemed whet mole eentieted, though
September 5, 1901 - Leitrim Advertiser - Mohill, Leitrim, Republic of Ireland
 
CHAPTER /It

CHAPTER /It

dead? faithless? or loot he met Edith? It was nest to' impoesible that he could have met. Edith. Ile wail four minutes overdue when Edith left the drawing-room, and he had not come when, thirteen minutes later, she heard Edith call the dogy in the hall
June 14, 1902 - Northern Constitution - Coleraine, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
CHARGE OF CRIMINAL LIBEL REMARKABLE EVIDENCE

CHARGE OF CRIMINAL LIBEL REMARKABLE EVIDENCE

not for mefti, ftad said «x Neither did Edith touch the meat. There was one cook it except Edith, and no one in the house but witnees, Edith, end the deceased. Witness hftd the in ft frying pan in the kitchen, Edith being ebo tbepe. You did not notice
September 15, 1911 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE INQUEST.

THE INQUEST.

not car® for meat, and so. Neither did Edith touch the meat. There was one to cook it except Edith, and one in the hove but witness. Edith, and the deceased. Witness had the steak m a frying pan the kitchen, Edith being also them. You did not notice wh
September 15, 1911 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE PHYSICIAN’S WIFE.

THE PHYSICIAN’S WIFE.

” When had gone Edith sighed heavily. She had lied for the first time—not her life, for whoofus as a child has not ?—but indeed since she had come understand what it meant. However, was she not acting in her husband’s interests? Edith brought all her
March 26, 1902 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland