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Jar" JartJaidish U. T. Mill.. Middle*" Orr. Pender, Area R. &roar* &ark* Dram tV J. Woolson, W. Wringhtes. Ws:twiny. : Edith de Cavell Brooke, Brooke, Earnaby, E. Chaplin. C.U.son Pe=Dalton. Fo.kgPaiviak Gunmen. Graham. Tisch Hamm, Mane Mischdank Nsylx
February 7, 1891 - Leicester Daily Post - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
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their worn, style of pro. du we have repeatedly directed wen... 15e c number the is rhietly made up of •captive tale by Edith E. Cavell, emuled " The Story of Globose, • illamtated by Pere. Tamest Chad. As frontispiece there is • wises •• A Water Witch,"
July 16, 1892 - Hampshire Independent - Southampton, Hampshire, England
 
INFANT SCHOOL.

INFANT SCHOOL.

—Ethel Smallfield, Willie Fagg. Grace Parnell, John Bax, Eva Clark, Bertie Chandler, Lily Munday, James Castle, Edith Dawson, Alfred Cavell, Lily Dray .James Blackwell. Annie Farnhara. Stephen Bowne, Doris Sweetman,Willie Keeler, Ethel Fright, Arthur
December 30, 1899 - Thanet Advertiser - Ramsgate, Kent, England
 
HAMMERSMITU HOARD OF GUARDIANS.

HAMMERSMITU HOARD OF GUARDIANS.

the infirmary. Five candidates had been selected from the 51 applicants to appear before the Board. They were : Miss Edith L. Cavell, 40, assistant ' matron, Shoreditch Infirmary ; Miss E. B. Minter, 36, assistant matron, Bermondsey Infirmary; Miss A
December 29, 1905 - Fulham Chronicle - London, London, England
 
AND !ELLWOOD WINS THE MAYON.

AND !ELLWOOD WINS THE MAYON.

lady readers who lx Novo the; marriage is the chief end of woman. ---rx x A PASSIONLESS WOMAN. "The Imre of Eve." By Edith 3lary Cavell and Company. 6, This hook is in the main a study of a passivuless woman—a woman fascia:sting beauty wedded to a man
March 17, 1909 - Newcastle Daily Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
INCORPORATED SOCIETY OF MUSICIANS.

INCORPORATED SOCIETY OF MUSICIANS.

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January 13, 1910 - Bristol Times and Mirror - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
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leaying the chnrch the "Dead March" "Saul" was played. The mourners were Mrs. Cavell (widow), Mr. John Cavell, Miss Edith Miss Florence Cavell. and Mr. and Mrs. Longworth Wain wright. Among those present were lleesrs. Arthur King and G. H. Felthnm (churchwardens)
June 11, 1910 - Norfolk News - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
Pictures Framed or Re-framed at lowest cost

Pictures Framed or Re-framed at lowest cost

. .credit. . Programme .eper. : iltia,,"The Gipsies' Holiday," May ;Pearce and Children; song, "Hearts and Homes," ' Edith: Cavell; dialogu e,. "No More wine," . Rearm) L. iesellt. pilmiforte solo, Lucy Oevell ; so g, .t Won't you bay, my pretty flowers
April 1, 1911 - Staffordshire Newsletter - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
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Miss Jackson. the Mimes Jones. Mile Lake. Miss Pears.. and Mots Vote, Cake .ted Sweats Stall: Must Margaret Stanton. MAO Edith Cavell. Mr. Crooks. Mtn. B. Jones, Pollard, and_Mrs. Rose. Mn. Theis Miss •skar. Mn. Capon. Mn. Daskle:i. Mrs. Wataiy, Mn. O.
November 15, 1911 - Northampton Chronicle and Echo - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
PARIS NOTES.

PARIS NOTES.

Fair-Weather Friend, The. 878. Ferdinand de Medicis, 585. Ferdinand's Chauffeur, 920. Food and Thrift, 16. France and Edith Cavell, 921. German Idols-Shaw, 302. Gibdstone's Achates, 970. Graduating in War Time, 137. Granier and the Band, 343. Granito
July 7, 1915 - Truth - London, London, England