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LEONCAVALLO'S NEW OPERA.

LEONCAVALLO'S NEW OPERA.

words of scorn quivering on Edith’s tongue. “I saw yon from the very beginning,” said. "Unknown to you, I, your husband, was always hovering near. I was even in the church to-day, and beard your marriage vows!” “Wh»t cruelty!” Edith steggeted away from him
July 27, 1907 - Longford Journal - Longford, Longford, Republic of Ireland
 
CHAPTER IV

CHAPTER IV

matrimony. He was glad after all that Edith knew the truth. Those four last days would have been very embarrassing if he had not had leave to devote himself to Maud and keep out of Edith's way. From the Maydews Edith returned to grimy London, to hunt again
June 14, 1902 - Northern Constitution - Coleraine, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
CHAPTER HI.

CHAPTER HI.

fire. “Sir Geoffrey,*’ Lord Warburton cried. ‘‘Why, we’d given you up for luat. W© were getting quite concerned, eh, Edith? lj«dy Edith came forward. She was tall and slight, and her figure wan perfect her perfectly-fitting white dress. Her face was beautiful
September 18, 1914 - Ballymena Observer - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A WORD TO LAD/ES.

A WORD TO LAD/ES.

verily believe that if Edith had expressed the slightest ghost of a desire that I should take lessons in the embroidery, I should have cheerfully undertaken the dangerous task. At the end of the such year my acquaintance with Edith and her mother, organ
December 13, 1902 - Coleraine Chronicle - Coleraine, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
THY LIGHT OF ETERNAL DAY.

THY LIGHT OF ETERNAL DAY.

verily believe that if Edith had expressed the slightest ghost of a desire that 1 should take lessons in the embroidery, I should have cheerfully undertaken the dangerous task. At the end of the sixth year of my acquaintance with Edith and her mother, I began
December 18, 1902 - Ballymoney Free Press and Northern Counties Advertiser - Ballymoney, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
M. A. BELL’S APPOINTMENTS.

M. A. BELL’S APPOINTMENTS.

conversation, from the mater.hia though'fulness, usefulness, and charming amiability from the governor; while Edith ’ ' „ , • Oh, yea—while Edith ?' echoed Rochester • Hat g it, she has never even mentioned his name * dangerous symptom that!’ ‘Of course
February 13, 1909 - Ulster Gazette - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
Cott dpi IHAVE a great admiration for my cousin Edith. She is the only woman I know who has a

Cott dpi IHAVE a great admiration for my cousin Edith. She is the only woman I know who has a

my cousin Edith. She is the only woman I know who has a man's self-reliance combined with womanly looks and charm. start the day brimful of energy. Dotter told Edith that Horlicks could help her to get this Ist Group Sleep. From that day, Edith made herself
December 15, 1941 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE ROBIN'S SECRET.

THE ROBIN'S SECRET.

promise, cried Edith, pulling off one of her best slippers. "Bring it along then," twittered the robin; and, flying ahead, he led Edith and Rags to a holly-hush, in which father's slipper was carefully tucked away. Dear me!" cried Edith. "I put it there
January 20, 1917 - Portadown News - Portadown, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
THK INQUEST.

THK INQUEST.

house. Witness did not have any. r ‘' did not for and said so. Edith the meat. There to cook except Edith, and house but witness, Edith, and the H. Witness caw the steak in a ' the kitchen. Edith being also there. ou did not noth-© what she was doing w
September 23, 1911 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
rc, reran wgWB AMD BELFAST MOBNINO NllWg. MONDAY. JUNE A 1905.

rc, reran wgWB AMD BELFAST MOBNINO NllWg. MONDAY. JUNE A 1905.

firmly believed that Mrs. Furbuth could feel him into conservatory or cosy comer with Edith, even though back ass turned. There would be aa additional charm ia winning Edith under that good lady's very nose. That aba should have tolerated him at her house
June 5, 1905 - Irish News and Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland