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No. 141.] { "..i.."Kr. 'A. }

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
 
EDITH LYLE'S SECRET.

EDITH LYLE'S SECRET.

young people, who had just come through a side door into the -music room. "Edith," Mrs Sinclair odled, play something for my brother." _ It wa3 Mrs Sinclair's right command, Edith's business to obey, and without a word of dissent she sat down and played
February 18, 1885 - Fife Herald - Cupar, Fife, Scotland
 
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
 
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
 
EDITH LYLE'S SECRET.

EDITH LYLE'S SECRET.

their own proper level, except indeed the case of Edith, which was very different. Thus Colonel Schuyler reasoned when Julia had left him to his own reflection*, which finally assumed the thought that Edith had been foolish, if not unreasonable, to wish
June 3, 1885 - Fife Herald - Cupar, Fife, Scotland
 
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
 
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
 
RALPH RUSSELL

RALPH RUSSELL

subject ; Edith was more than ?? gay, and was showing him all her Uttle purchases. After they had been put away, Ralph said in a tremulous tone, " I shan't allow Rivers to come to the house again, Edith. He's nothing but a false, cowardly wretch. Edith immedi
December 24, 1881 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
EDITH LYLE'S SECRET.

EDITH LYLE'S SECRET.

household, and that element a stepmother, Edith waa ▼cry happy, spite of Miaa Christine, who seemed to her like some grim spider watching for the harmless fly. Had Miss Christine been asked why she disliked Edith so much, she could not have told, or have
May 20, 1885 - Fife Herald - Cupar, Fife, 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