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EDITH VERNON'S LIFE-WORK.

EDITH VERNON'S LIFE-WORK.

accept it, love ; it is a lovely day for spending at Layton ; but of course Edith must not go." " 0 mamma, I don't care to go without Edith," said malign, impulsively, Edith looked over at her with a bright smile of gratitude. " Dear Marian, I like to
July 18, 1868 - Christian News - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
LITERATURE.

LITERATURE.

will go to my own room." On the stairs she met Edith Edith had been in her bed-room, dressing to go out. Edith had heard the familiar click of the garden gate, and had cautiously drawn near the window. Edith had seen tho meeting, the stern brow soften
August 28, 1869 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE CHRISTIAN NEWS, AUGUST 1, 1868. CHAPTER XXV.-EAD NEWS TOE EDITH.

THE CHRISTIAN NEWS, AUGUST 1, 1868. CHAPTER XXV.-EAD NEWS TOE EDITH.

0 poor Edith !" " What do yon Inman said Edith. " Nothing could be worse than that," Only one thing my child," said Dr .ttanleigh, his voiee gaining strength as be went on. " Edith, God has taken your father to himself.** " No, no! " cried Edith, passi
August 1, 1868 - Christian News - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
THE CHRISTIAN NEWS, AUGUST 15, 1868.

THE CHRISTIAN NEWS, AUGUST 15, 1868.

and turning to the thy-leaf Edith read these words, which were traced in • fair, girlish hand, thou.4ll the ink was much faded, "For Mary Thornton, from her friend Edith Trevelvan " Underneath Mrs Cleve had written, " For Edith Vernon, iu remembrance of
August 15, 1868 - Christian News - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
THE CHRISTIAN NEWS, JULY 11, 1868. Caurnia XlX.—Tus hum

THE CHRISTIAN NEWS, JULY 11, 1868. Caurnia XlX.—Tus hum

caul." said Edith, with a smothered sob. " You know who can give you strength to do it, Edith. You know who has promised strength to the very weakest one who looks to him for it." I don't want it," answered the little girl. 0 Edith, Edith, this is sad
July 11, 1868 - Christian News - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 

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MAURICE CLIFFORD.—A TALE.

MAURICE CLIFFORD.—A TALE.

the room were Edith Longley and her mother. He might have expected to meet them there had he thought about it, knowing how exceedingly intimate they were with Lady Middleton ; but the fact was, he had not thought of it. He had met Edith but seldom since
September 9, 1865 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE CHRISTIAN NEWS, MAY 9, 1868.

THE CHRISTIAN NEWS, MAY 9, 1868.

she 'huddles& mid pet has Ms& ember eye/. " Edith, ; bars is • pond b pm" her mat, wilily; sad pat a slum pada.* his Edith's she spas. Tim was Ilk handwriting " To be to way Me Edith when I have gelled." Edith "al it with upe, • miniature father, bail
May 9, 1868 - Christian News - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
"THE BRADFORD OBSERVE!*. THURSDAY. 1 )ECEMBER 23, 18fi9.

"THE BRADFORD OBSERVE!*. THURSDAY. 1 )ECEMBER 23, 18fi9.

us part. Once upon time—” That the way all children’s stories begin,” observed Edith demurely. quiet, monkey, or tell the story yourself,” said the Commodore, pinching Edith’s round cheek. Once upon a time—well, fifty-two years ago—l was second mate of
December 23, 1869 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
TES EMUS OP WILLWOOD SWINDLZIIB AND THEIR VICTIM&

TES EMUS OP WILLWOOD SWINDLZIIB AND THEIR VICTIM&

promise them this treat, and we shall all gr together ?" Edith, still smiling, gave a ready consent, and the two fair creatures skipped about the room in an The Colonel took his leave, and Edith, offering up a short mental prayer for Divine help, entered
February 11, 1860 - North Briton - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
THE FESTIVAL.

THE FESTIVAL.

'Milton's version; Spohr. Chorus—" How lovely are Thy dwellings fair." 5010— Miss Edith Wynne, My soul doth long." Chorus—" Happy who in Thy house reside." Quartet—Miss Edith Wynne, Madame Patey Whytock, Mr. Montem Smith, and Mr. Weiss, "Lord God of Hosts
August 24, 1867 - Hereford Times - Hereford, Herefordshire, England