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TWICE LOST:

TWICE LOST:

and eimnously at Edith, " we were not saying thapt. 1 I am this rnoment strong enough to gB anywhere. My cousin, John Crane, told ume I could live withE Edith Orr and her mother. I want to go live with Edith Orr now-at once--to-day." Edith made a secre
November 5, 1892 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
THE ROYAL SCOTS,

THE ROYAL SCOTS,

corner of the sofa, and had only just received my second cup from Edith’s hand. Georgy exclaimed, ’’Well, then, show him up,” Then, turning to Edith, she added, I can’t say, my dear Edith. Ann’s manners repay all the pains you have bestowed on her.” I wiih
March 2, 1901 - Shipley Times and Express - Shipley, Yorkshire, England
 
er.e peens 711 L • 3 !-.141 becst.te

er.e peens 711 L • 3 !-.141 becst.te

directio• of Boperietter.• Rhoda Abbott. Edith Creee, Ad• Inam, Edith Hutton, ours rem little Rosetta Sooteey, I. attractive. eat Hawkit a, end loapectore Hicko•hottoen. Keel. Fleatrhu It Stowe Maud Lou. roam. Edith Fos. Elate 2ro hien rivandiem uniform
July 8, 1892 - Leicester Daily Post - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
CHAPTER XLIX. EDITH’S STEW FRIEND.

CHAPTER XLIX. EDITH’S STEW FRIEND.

CHAPTER XLIX. EDITH’S STEW FRIEND. Every day Edith and Dudleigh saw more and more of one another. The condition in which Dalton was demanded quiet, yet needed bnt little direct attention. Besides taking medicines that had been prescribed by the physicians
August 15, 1874 - Ardrossan and Saltcoats Herald - Ardrossan, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
the living link.

the living link.

enter it, sir,’ said Edith, firmly os though she possessed the keys of Dalton Hall. Miss Dalton, you force me to use violence.’ You dare not use violence,’ said Edith, with look that overawed the craven soul of Mowbray. For Edith now was resolved to anything
April 25, 1874 - Ardrossan and Saltcoats Herald - Ardrossan, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
HE NED'S DMEiI,

HE NED'S DMEiI,

remember. Edith.” 1 did not think you would have cared ranch to acknowledge her such, returned Edith, with irrepressible sneer, which made her plain face positively ugly. The old man s face flushed ,th anger, while low. nervous protest of ” Edith! Edith[/b
September 17, 1912 - Wigan Observer and District Advertiser - Wigan, Lancashire, England
 
LOWER PLACE.

LOWER PLACE.

2nd Tear: Ist Class. Eleanor Bennett. Lily Butterworth, Edith Fletcher. Edith Holt. Margaret Hoyle. 2nd Class: Nellie Langton. Lilian Nightingale, Jean Lockhart, Annie Maxwell. Edith Bothwell, Edith Shanks. Emma Sykes. 2nd Tear: 2nd Class. Doris Shore,
June 23, 1923 - Rochdale Times - Rochdale, Lancashire, England
 
THE CHRISTIAN NEWS, JULY 11, 1868. Caurnia XlX.—Tus hum

THE CHRISTIAN NEWS, JULY 11, 1868. Caurnia XlX.—Tus hum

caul." said Edith, with a smothered sob. " You know who can give you strength to do it, Edith. You know who has promised strength to the very weakest one who looks to him for it." I don't want it," answered the little girl. 0 Edith, Edith, this is sad
July 11, 1868 - Christian News - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
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