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THE RESURRECTIONISTS.

THE RESURRECTIONISTS.

to contend for the prize of Edith's fortune. Knowing Eric's disposition to scorn all selfish motives, the scheming wretch felt that the fortune of Edith was real cause of objection to Eric Ainslie. ' But you forget, Edith, that Mr Ainslie may not look
August 13, 1870 - Paisley Herald and Renfrewshire Advertiser - Paisley, Renfrewshire, Scotland
 
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
 
EDITH LYLE'S SECRET.

EDITH LYLE'S SECRET.

child anything to you, mem ?" "Yes, everything—it was mine," Edith said, impetuously, while her husband, who did not care to have her quite so outspoken, even to this old woman, aaid, he took Edith's hand to lead her away:— " Yes, yes—thank you, Mra Myers;
July 29, 1885 - Fife Herald - Cupar, Fife, Scotland
 
THE RESURRECTIONISTS.

THE RESURRECTIONISTS.

CHAPTER XXXVL Edith's secret —the chambermaid's sympathy visit TO CRUCIBLE —THE DOCTOR'S ADVICE —ALARM OF EDITH. Edith Harrison, as many women and not few men believe, felt herself impelled by fate to follow out questionable dictates
November 12, 1870 - Paisley Herald and Renfrewshire Advertiser - Paisley, Renfrewshire, Scotland
 
CHRISTMASTIDE.

CHRISTMASTIDE.

ruined man, Edith I' the old merchant said, sadly, The fortune that was to have been yours has gone down in the wreck of that bank. The last thing which I did before leaving the City was to sign a circular to my'creditors suspending payment.' Edith's look
December 21, 1878 - North Wales Chronicle - Bangor, Caernarfonshire, Wales
 
LITERARY SELECTIONS POOR MARGARZT. IT MIL CL.LIL• L. BALPOVI.

LITERARY SELECTIONS POOR MARGARZT. IT MIL CL.LIL• L. BALPOVI.

real lore for her. That Edith sioadd a sigh meamises was her arnbitiou. arnhitiois by shared by the young lady, who. fooling unloved and lonely amid all her or, • full sham of the of youth, and no one to wisely reetrain it. Edith bad never been dam to love
December 12, 1868 - Bradford Review - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
THE SHEFFIELD WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, SATURDAY, JANUARY 3, 1885.

THE SHEFFIELD WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, SATURDAY, JANUARY 3, 1885.

habit of lying you, Edith.” The young girl clung piteously his arm. “No, no; I did not mean that," she exclaimed. Mrs. Dove told Edith all about it at dinner, and again expressed her sorrow that Edith had not been there to hear. this Edith said notning
January 3, 1885 - Sheffield Weekly Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, 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
 
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
 
SEVERN SIDE STORIES—I.

SEVERN SIDE STORIES—I.

significant passages between Edith and Toller had so far been incidental to ordinary engage- , ments such as the youngest girl is usually supposed to be capable of fulfilling alone,without the need of guardianshp, and Edith was of age. ''Yes, father, there
January 27, 1900 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England