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IT IS MONSTROUS.

IT IS MONSTROUS.

hers, Edith?' • Don't yon like having her?' • Yes, I was always fond of her; but her eitin• pity can be no pleasure to if you are vexed end irritated by her, anti NlllllOl treat her kindly Without coustastly.priarruig eft mt.' • Perheps,' said Edith. • I
January 22, 1903 - Leitrim Advertiser - Mohill, Leitrim, Republic of Ireland
 
TII E LISBURN Sr A N'D A Itn—S AT URnA V, JUNE 16, 1000.

TII E LISBURN Sr A N'D A Itn—S AT URnA V, JUNE 16, 1000.

to me: "Why, I declare, there are the Colonel and Edith going up yonder before us. I suppose be's just brought her, for I know he had to go to the mule meeting as Mr. Laurence." " The Colonel and Edith t" "The Colonel I" gave me a thrill, thinking of her
June 16, 1900 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WERE I THE SUN.

WERE I THE SUN.

obstinate niece. Edith Harlowe. P. S—His name'is Larry Crest on. For a week Edith heard nothing from her note. Then one noon she met her uncle rushing from his favourite cafe, and walked at his side to the elevator door. *' Well, Edith, Fvo seen your hero
March 1, 1902 - Wicklow People - Wicklow, Wicklow, Republic of Ireland
 
MY NEW LODGINGS.

MY NEW LODGINGS.

LODGINGS. °SUM CONSCROVer Or UI Breakfast was late it. next taming.— Oslr Lenity. Edith. and Mr Bush were at table. Emile's eyes were red sad ',olio' with (igloo, lest Edith was silly deadly pale. Mr Bash ordeavoiired to talk a little ; bet I too uneasy
September 19, 1901 - Leitrim Advertiser - Mohill, Leitrim, Republic of Ireland
 
DONALD O’SULLIVAN BEARE.

DONALD O’SULLIVAN BEARE.

leaving Edith gazing the picture, while the little aspiration rang through her heart like a deep-toned bell—only for a moment, however, tor she dashed the tears from her eyes angrily. “What I thinking of let the aroma old superstition enthral me? Edith, you
January 4, 1908 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
FIELD AND FARM.

FIELD AND FARM.

Laurence said me: V\’hy, I dcc'are. oro the Colonel and Edith goin; up yonder before ui. I supporo he’s just brought her. for I know- he had to go to the sam« meetingß3 Mr. laurence." "The Colonel and Edith!”—“The Colonrl!* pare thrill, thinking of her father
June 14, 1900 - Tyrone Courier - Dungannon, Tyrone, Northern Ireland
 
NOIMB DOWN BI:IIA I 1

NOIMB DOWN BI:IIA I 1

newfound devotion, when Mrs. Morley. accompanied by Edith Sinclair, entered the studio. -We have bees visiting the ciob," remarked Mrs. Morley, after Andre had bees presented to the two ladies; "and Edith would Waist on awing the picture we have baud so
October 5, 1900 - North Down Herald and County Down Independent - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
A POISON MYSTERY. THE LANCASTER AFFAIR SENT FOR TRIALfi A Coroner's jury at Lancaster yesterday returned a verdict of wilful

A POISON MYSTERY. THE LANCASTER AFFAIR SENT FOR TRIALfi A Coroner's jury at Lancaster yesterday returned a verdict of wilful

said that Edith was present when James was taken ill on August lfth. Edith said nothing shoot the new houeekeepsr. Mrs. Cow Walker. A beefsteak wan brought in. but the. witness did not care for any of it. Edith did not eat any of it either. Edith cooke
September 15, 1911 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
softened ems could make them. Even gipsy-eyed Lizzie, when she entered with the plate of home-baked bread, and fresh butter,

softened ems could make them. Even gipsy-eyed Lizzie, when she entered with the plate of home-baked bread, and fresh butter,

Rathburn House often passed the Alison's cottage, there were never any other but Edith and little Max and occasionally the nursemaid in it. •• They had many visitors," Edith said: but Max was better at entertaining strangers than she was, and many of them
September 17, 1910 - Coleraine Chronicle - Coleraine, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
CHAPTER 11.

CHAPTER 11.

road brought me to the house in which Edith lived with her mother. I ih« gate with nervous fingers, whilst my head beat audibly though ~i t” were behind me. What was I afraid of? There on the lawn in summer dress Edith stood, talking, to a young man in
December 7, 1905 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland