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WEALTH FROM PEAT BOOK

WEALTH FROM PEAT BOOK

herself. •• Yea,' she answered : " he is mine, and only mine!" The very *eat day Mr. olalenshaw. Edith's master came to the cottage and caked for Edith. "Edith. my child. I have had a letter from Herbert. How is that poor girl upstairs today ?' His fingers
July 5, 1895 - Bicester Herald - Bicester, Oxfordshire, England
 
TUKDAY, AUGUST 25, 1923.

TUKDAY, AUGUST 25, 1923.

R. Wool lands (ml. Form V. Parallel—Mildred Amhler, Eileen L. BeaJ, Madge Beaumont, Benson. Edith Bolton. Eth'el Bradley. Dorothv L. Edith M. Dora Heorn, Edith M. Elizabeth C. Jc*.*on. Susan Landaborougb, Marion Marsdea Barbara Talt. Audrey Todd, Marion
August 25, 1923 - Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE OXFORD CHRONICLE AND READING GAZETTE, SATURDAY, APRIL 15, 1843.

THE OXFORD CHRONICLE AND READING GAZETTE, SATURDAY, APRIL 15, 1843.

cannot boast your own bright colour, said Edith, gently kissing her crimson cheek. . j How should you like to stay here and live with your sister, Instead of going home again ?” asked Aylmer, alter ' pause, while Edith’s heart beat fast. Oh. not at all; not
April 15, 1843 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
AN AWKWARD INTERVIEW.

AN AWKWARD INTERVIEW.

Lucy was strangely dull, and Edith was suddenly attacked by an unusual and disagreeable toothache. " Why not go to bed, Edith ?" Mrs. Dalton suggested as the clock struck nine, and they were back in the drawing-room. Edith felt desperately cross with herself
August 27, 1887 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
AN EVENTFUL RAILWAY JOURNEY

AN EVENTFUL RAILWAY JOURNEY

sayings. 7 ' "And Edith, dear Edith, do you know —confound it! here we are ! —oidy this, I should like to go on travelling with you, like this, for ever and ever —and " " Hatton ! Hatton ! tickets please, Hatton !" " Here, Jones ! take Miss Edith's bag. the
June 23, 1877 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
VICTIMS OF MEDICAL SCIENCE.

VICTIMS OF MEDICAL SCIENCE.

'Da Vosta is an intriguer, and a Spaniard.' Hush! here comes Edith;' and as Colon,:l Ilu.rrison spoke Edith entered the room. `How are you, Eric ? Is it only now you come to see me ?' said Edith, marks of sadness and distress being too apparent in ber feature
August 6, 1870 - Renfrewshire Independent - Paisley, Renfrewshire, Scotland
 
“ANCHOR'' LINE.

“ANCHOR'' LINE.

FAITHFUL ONTO DEATH. Edith slept but little that night. The prospect of escape agitated her whole being, and the new friend who had so unexpectedly appeared took up aU her thoughts. He was a little man most certainly, and Edith already caught herself
May 9, 1874 - Ardrossan and Saltcoats Herald - Ardrossan, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
JUVENILE BALL AT THE TOWN HALL

JUVENILE BALL AT THE TOWN HALL

Whittal, Bertha and Oswald Wilkinson, Edith Wren Amy and Edith Wallwork. Lawrence Warden, Edith Wood Wilson, Amy, May, and Bertie Warhurst, Dorothy Waechter Ada, Mabel, Kidney, and Buss Wallwork, Lillian Williams' Edith and Enid Wigbtman, Edgar und Har
January 11, 1894 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
IN THE FLESH AND THE SPIRIT.

IN THE FLESH AND THE SPIRIT.

me the meaaing ir of this strange behaviour! Edith, child, what t d are you doing ?" n Fe " Oh, another ! I am so Is.ppy." This from tn It Edith. u Do you love me, darling? " Th..i from Alfred at to Edith. n al. Yes; oh more than life . , , better than
September 11, 1886 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
WANTED A CLUE.

WANTED A CLUE.

new home. Edith was so gentle and so considerate that it was impossible not to lo7e her; and Mr. Foster and his sister were most kind. I was treated os a gentlewoman aud an equal; and my duties were very light, being chiefly to drive Edith in a pretty
January 22, 1887 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England