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PART 3

PART 3

Midwifery and Gynaecology: Pals —Abbott,. Bryan; Addison. Amuman; Angus, Charles; Bacik. Edith; Blackman. Maurice; Bradshaw John;Browne. Robert; Barked. Jill; Crowdes, Robert; Dane. Thomas; Dines. Charles; Elmer, Roger; Fitzgerald, Raymond; Person
July 18, 1967 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SOCIAL NO

SOCIAL NO

AMEItICAN writing in this century has been described as " a fiction not of personal history but of social concern "; and Edith Wharton's novels of upper-class life have. in their oblique, reserved way ? the same theme as those of her contemporaries end
May 2, 1953 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE REV. DR. LOWE LEAVES £4,449. * Flight Lieutenant Herbert liael Irwin, A.F.C. (36), Bedford, native Dundrum, Co. Cork, who

THE REV. DR. LOWE LEAVES £4,449. * Flight Lieutenant Herbert liael Irwin, A.F.C. (36), Bedford, native Dundrum, Co. Cork, who

members were inscribed. A beautiful bouqnel flowers was given to Miss Edith Badham, to bring to her sister, Alice, who is unwell, and was unable to attend the function. Miss Edith Badham was the fir**- President of the (•mid, whose work among the |»oor
July 4, 1931 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON LETTER

LONDON LETTER

colour girl could go through the season i looking smart. Black ia even wearable to-day with tan. CARIEH WOMAN FASHION* Dt. Edith Snmmerskill. Minister of National Insurance, did a good turn for her feminist friends at the opening of the fashion fortnight’s
June 7, 1950 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
OF MUSIC. STUDENTS' MUSICAL UNION. connection with Ike Stodcata’ llreicol Union of Bojol litoh AeodMolMmc. agnreta’ night woo held Satorfc

OF MUSIC. STUDENTS' MUSICAL UNION. connection with Ike Stodcata’ llreicol Union of Bojol litoh AeodMolMmc. agnreta’ night woo held Satorfc

Forbes, and Verdi’s aria " Bri To,” lb>. Colamb, both of which reemvod aw artistic rendering. OSS EDITH FRENCH'S PIANOFORTE RECITAL. Os Saturday afternoon Mia Edith French gava attractive pianoforte radial (ha Moloavorth Hall, in of very large aadiaaca, which
April 10, 1911 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
At Rest.'

At Rest.'

to Ballymore Cemetery. arriving approximately 3 o'c. llENRY—December 31, 1961. at St Vincent's Hospital. Richard, relict of Edith M. Henry. Bele:aye square. Monestown, Dublin Dergil. regretted by b sorrowing sons, daughter, and fCIitIACS 11..11 ) . Funeral
January 2, 1962 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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Town Hall. The following .rtista taking part in the concert :—Madeant Morel. Mi. Edith Mortise. the .%11m. Instrumental Trio (Miss Alton. Miss Dora Aline. mid Miss Edith Alton). Mr. Robert Merriam Mr. J. C. Doyle. and Mr. Wawa Kelly tharnorisM. Rev. Arthur
November 30, 1912 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
soot 'FM identification of the re• omit.. the atmosphere anyrtery who h sun T'ionded the affair during the greater 'met

soot 'FM identification of the re• omit.. the atmosphere anyrtery who h sun T'ionded the affair during the greater 'met

YAM. This lady. according to. the Ator. I hare a eiMer r•med hheronry Elinaheth Taylor, and another sister vomiter. nun.: Edith Alatild• Florenne Elerateeth to my knowledre watt the of a child •4 Robert Wel t s Murray wa• the father She was met nmerierl
August 20, 1912 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DEGREES FOR TEACHERS.

DEGREES FOR TEACHERS.

lest an °hasten. Theresa James; Duncan, George Alexander. Second Rank—Duun, Edith Norah Campbell; Moan, Eric; Warwick, Dorothy Eileen. English Literature.—First Rank—Donn, Edith Norah Campbell; Ferguson , John Roulette Stanley; Thompson, Hugh Richard;
November 9, 1921 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BRAY COURT STORY OF PALMISTS’ FORECASTS

BRAY COURT STORY OF PALMISTS’ FORECASTS

before District Justice Price, Caroline fiarte, known »c "Celeste"; Elizabeth Smith. Margt. O’Connor, known as Zidia,” and Edith ".owan known Kalena," all of Strand Rd., Bray, were prosecuted Supt. £. Oronin for having on August Ist last unlawfully used
August 27, 1943 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland