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EDITH'S FRIEND OR THE MYSTERIOUS STRANGER.

EDITH'S FRIEND OR THE MYSTERIOUS STRANGER.

hall, shall we down to him then, if thou mother on the terrace ?» asked Edith after receiv Die with questions «.^ t father is busy in his 10 " departure. I will remain where I am, Edith " Then thou must excuse me, Marie, and 1 will join mother." , " Well
June 23, 1875 - Derbyshire Times and Chesterfield Herald - Chesterfield, Derbyshire, England
 
EDITH'S FRIEND OR THE MYSTERIOUS STRANGER.

EDITH'S FRIEND OR THE MYSTERIOUS STRANGER.

she noticed Edith ' s a PP arent put er q uesti which Edith banner 1U & most ia:ioceat nnpretentious Answer what! Thou silly wench! to be play- + 3 childishly with a flower when important may be revealed when Did I miss a question ?" said Edith, interrupt-
June 26, 1875 - Derbyshire Times and Chesterfield Herald - Chesterfield, Derbyshire, England
 
groom ropooSta her earthen ‘I, Loo«, take thee/Edith, wife, have and to hold, with, for better for worte, sickness, in

groom ropooSta her earthen ‘I, Loo«, take thee/Edith, wife, have and to hold, with, for better for worte, sickness, in

hesitated, and after one hasty glance at Edith her eyes sought the floor. The captain,’ said she at length. ‘ The captain captain ?’ asked Edith. ‘ Captain—Dudleigh,’ said Mrs Dunbar, with the same hesitation. Edith paused. This confirmed her suspicions
June 13, 1874 - Ardrossan and Saltcoats Herald - Ardrossan, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
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the present.' Edith held out her hand. Miss Plympton took it, let it go, and folding Edith in her arms, she bunt into tears. ' I'm afraid—l'm afraid,' mid she. What of?' said Edith. 'About you,' moaned Miss Plympton. Nonsense,' said Edith.. I call on y
May 6, 1876 - Stirling Observer - Stirling, Stirlingshire, Scotland
 
THE MAN WHO LOST HIS NAME.

THE MAN WHO LOST HIS NAME.

against themselves ; they could roam far and wide as they listed. Where was Edith now, the sweet, tho wonderful Elith? Every thought whispered "Edith " — his pulse beat " Edith "—and his heart repeated the beloved name. It was his pulse-beat—his heart-beat
October 28, 1876 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 

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THE RESURRECTIONISTS.

THE RESURRECTIONISTS.

came into the room, and asked Edith what commands ■he had. 4 Tea is waiting, Miss Edith,' said the servant, 'and Colonel Harrison is impatient to get out.' 4 1 wonder why people cannot have tea without me?* said Edith, impatiently. 'lt is tiresome to
July 23, 1870 - Paisley Herald and Renfrewshire Advertiser - Paisley, Renfrewshire, Scotland
 
UNDER THE SCARS.

UNDER THE SCARS.

It was Edith however on whom the weight of responsibility rested; Edith who watched night and day that sick chamber, only released at times by kind Mrs. Hartley, or Ann Vasey, who insisted on her taking* rest lest she should be worn out ; Edith on whom
July 19, 1879 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
UciuTinn^ far the

UciuTinn^ far the

EDITH'S REVENGE. " Edith, my dear, I wish yen to look particularly fascinating to-night," 6aid Mrs. Arundel to her fair daughter. " Indeed, mamma !" said Edith, laughing, and shaking back her wealth of golden hair. " Yes, my love. It
May 14, 1870 - Huddersfield Chronicle - Huddersfield, Yorkshire, England
 
THE FATAL COLLISION IN HOLYHEAD HARBOUR.—INQUEST AND VERDICT.

THE FATAL COLLISION IN HOLYHEAD HARBOUR.—INQUEST AND VERDICT.

she struck the " Edith." When I first saw the " Duchese," she was about a quarter of a mile off. It was a fine clear night. The confusion of the passengers prevented our lowering the boats of the " Edith." I cannot say whether the " Edith's" boats had been
September 25, 1875 - North Wales Chronicle - Bangor, Caernarfonshire, Wales
 
UNDER THE SCARS.

UNDER THE SCARS.

He wa coming to part tbem! She wished there was no marry iDg!" or else, that Edith was "cruel and selfish t think of leaving ber;" and then when she saw the 100 of pain on Edith's face, she would kiss her passionately rush to her own room and bolt herself
September 20, 1879 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England