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EDITH BINGHAM IS SENT TO TRIAL

EDITH BINGHAM IS SENT TO TRIAL

—No, sir. Did Edith have any of it?—No, sir. She did not. Did you see anyone cook that steak?—No, sir, I did not. Only Edith Cook It. Was there anyone else in the house except ' Edith and James?—No, sir. Was there anyone to cook except Edith? —No, sir.
September 15, 1911 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
EDITH'S FRIEND OR THE MYSTERIOUS STRANGER.

EDITH'S FRIEND OR THE MYSTERIOUS STRANGER.

vision ?" faintly murmured Edith. "Aye, aye, come along with thee before the Dame returns." ~,»•! " cinnot walk," Edith replied faintly. " Nonsense, try. Lean tby arm my shonlder. If laughing had been possible in ber condition Edith would laughed outright
June 19, 1875 - Derbyshire Times and Chesterfield Herald - Chesterfield, Derbyshire, 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
 
A NOVEL A DEBT OF HONOUR: A NUTSHELL

A NOVEL A DEBT OF HONOUR: A NUTSHELL

mother said Edith, shocked. They caught sight of Jack standing near. Edith was passing on, with her head erect, but her mother stopped and addressed him with acerbity. Young man, I trust you will remember what you owe us." No, no Edith protested, faintly
October 21, 1903 - The Sketch - London, London, England
 
THE RESURRECTIONISTS. A TALE.

THE RESURRECTIONISTS. A TALE.

the colonel began, leaning back on the sofa where Edith bad propped bim up with pillows, 'I have always considered your marriage with Edith a fixed affair. It has l>een so regarded by myself, and Edith can have no other views than my own.' ' Pray, excuse
October 8, 1870 - Paisley Herald and Renfrewshire Advertiser - Paisley, Renfrewshire, Scotland
 
UNDER THE SCARS.

UNDER THE SCARS.

was coming to part them ! She wished there was no marrying!" or else, that Edith was "cruel and selfish to think of leaving her ;" and then when 6he saw the look pain on Edith's face, she would kiss her passionately, rush to her own room and bolt herself
September 20, 1879 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
A WOMAN'S FREAK.

A WOMAN'S FREAK.

asked hers- If. Yes,' she answered "he is mine, and only mine!" The very next day Mr. Oldenshaw, Edith's master, came to the cottage and asked for Edith. " Edith, my child, I hate had a letter from Herbert. How is that poor girl upstairr today ?" His fingers
July 3, 1895 - Bognor Regis Observer - Bognor Regis, Sussex, 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
 
WHY LADY HORNBURY'S BALL WAS POSTPONED.

WHY LADY HORNBURY'S BALL WAS POSTPONED.

u how is Edith? Why, Edith is as wtll as a bride can expect to be. Edith, living iu that atmosphere of lies which every Frenchwoman carries about with her, has been frightened by old D'Aurilliac into running a way with a French count. Edith is now Mada
September 9, 1871 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
TALE-’

TALE-’

the present.’ Edith held out her band. Miss Plympton took it, let it go, and folding Edith her arms, she buret into tears. * I'm afraid -I’m afraid,’ said she. * What of?’ said Edith. * About you,’ moaned Miss Plympton. ‘Nonsense,’ said Edith. I shall
February 21, 1874 - Ardrossan and Saltcoats Herald - Ardrossan, Ayrshire, Scotland