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EDITH LYLE.

EDITH LYLE.

she re- plied— "No, Edith ; not dead then ' " I don't know, Edith." " You don't know ! Tell me what you do know, and tell me truly, too, as you will one day confess to Heaven when you are questioned of the great wrong done to me." Edith was wonderful in
June 26, 1893 - Daily Gazette for Middlesbrough - Middlesbrough, Yorkshire, England
 
HISS EDITH'S CONQUEST.

HISS EDITH'S CONQUEST.

nine or ten Lean older than Edith, eat working at the other window. Thin was the whole family—considered very nice people in Upetead, where they bad lived a year and more. The disparity in years between Beatrice and Edith was accounted for by Mrs. Brunton
October 28, 1891 - Cheltenham Examiner - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
SHORT TALES WELL KNOWN AUTHORS.

SHORT TALES WELL KNOWN AUTHORS.

on the hearth, and by the fireside sits EdithEdith Hume still, but soon be Edith Ruffurd. This luxurious, well-appoint"d, artistically furnished English home is that of Mark's widowed sister, Mrs. ; and here Edith staying until the time fixed for the
March 31, 1894 - Yorkshire Evening Press - York, Yorkshire, England
 
POOR MARGARET.

POOR MARGARET.

length Edith found words—" have friend i > me—none ! * " We are never without one Friend," was the reply, in a low, tender tone. Edith looked up. Oh, I know what you mean.; but I do not, cannot feel it." "Try to pray, love—l beg your pardon—Miss Edith." "
December 9, 1893 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
MISS EDITH'S CONQUEST

MISS EDITH'S CONQUEST

years older than Edith, sat working at the other window. This was the whole family—considered I very nice people in Upstead, where they had lived | a year or more. Tha 1.. — v.l T> t_: A l lie disparity m years between Beatrice and Edith was accounted for
October 17, 1891 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 

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Mrs. NV.: You're scowling so beautifully, just like a villain. You and Mr. Swain must both be dramatic geniuses to play your parts so realistically. I hope Edith will be as successful, don't you ?

Mrs. NV.: You're scowling so beautifully, just like a villain. You and Mr. Swain must both be dramatic geniuses to play your parts so realistically. I hope Edith will be as successful, don't you ?

It must be now or never. CRAWLEY: Now— Look, here she comes. [Ester EDITH DENVER ; she dm.* not see Mr. CRAWLEY at first. Mrs. W.: Well. Edith, how did your last rehearsal go EDITH: As badly as usual. [Sees CRAWLEY.] At least, of course Mr. Swain acts
January 15, 1898 - Sporting Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE FATE OF GREGORY HUME.

THE FATE OF GREGORY HUME.

hearth, and by the fireside at. EdithEdith Hume etfll, but soon to be Edith Rufford. ?? This hixnrious, well-appointed, artistically tar- nished English home is that of Mark's widowed sister Mrs. Brentham; and here Edith is staying until' the time fi
March 31, 1894 - Nottinghamshire Guardian - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
EDITH LYLE.

EDITH LYLE.

wish to say j to me 5" Edith asked, as she took the hand which was raised feebly to meet hers. There was a shake of the head, and Edith continued : " Perhaps you can write it ?" Another head shake, while the eager eyes went from Edith's face to Gertie, and
September 12, 1894 - Lincolnshire Echo - Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England
 
TWICE LOST.  ,  --".,¡"""---

TWICE LOST. , --".,¡"""---

and omin- ously at Edith, we were not saying that. I am this moment strong enough to go anywhere. ccusin, John Crane, told me I could live with Edith Orr and her mother. I want to go and live with Edith Orr now—at once—to-day." Edith made a secret sign
November 19, 1892 - Cardiff Times - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
A WOMAN'S FREAK.

A WOMAN'S FREAK.

asked hers- If. Yes,' she answered "he is mine, and only mine!" The very next day Mr. Oldenshaw, Edith's master, came to the cottage and asked for Edith. " Edith, my child, I hate had a letter from Herbert. How is that poor girl upstairr today ?" His fingers
July 3, 1895 - Bognor Regis Observer - Bognor Regis, Sussex, England