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POOR MARGARET.

POOR MARGARET.

length Edith found words—" have friend i > me—none ! * " We are never without one Friend," was the reply, in a low, tender tone. Edith looked up. Oh, I know what you mean.; but I do not, cannot feel it." "Try to pray, love—l beg your pardon—Miss Edith." "
December 9, 1893 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
THE FATE OF GREGORY HUME.

THE FATE OF GREGORY HUME.

hearth, and by the fireside at. EdithEdith Hume etfll, but soon to be Edith Rufford. ?? This hixnrious, well-appointed, artistically tar- nished English home is that of Mark's widowed sister Mrs. Brentham; and here Edith is staying until' the time fi
March 31, 1894 - Nottinghamshire Guardian - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
KING'S SCHOLARSHIP EXAMINATIONS.

KING'S SCHOLARSHIP EXAMINATIONS.

Violet, H. Glover, Lynn, St. Nicholas* X. : Edith Godfrey, Huddersfield, Trinity X.; Edith Godfrey, Minefield, Rosemary Bd. ; Florence Uott, and' Glascote, Bd.; Ethel E. Goulding. Linooln, St. Faith s ; Edith Grant, Goole, Boothferry Road Bd. ; Lilian
March 3, 1904 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
EDITH LYLE.

EDITH LYLE.

wish to say j to me 5" Edith asked, as she took the hand which was raised feebly to meet hers. There was a shake of the head, and Edith continued : " Perhaps you can write it ?" Another head shake, while the eager eyes went from Edith's face to Gertie, and
September 12, 1894 - Lincolnshire Echo - Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England
 
UciuTinn^ far the

UciuTinn^ far the

EDITH'S REVENGE. " Edith, my dear, I wish yen to look particularly fascinating to-night," 6aid Mrs. Arundel to her fair daughter. " Indeed, mamma !" said Edith, laughing, and shaking back her wealth of golden hair. " Yes, my love. It
May 14, 1870 - Huddersfield Chronicle - Huddersfield, Yorkshire, England
 
THE FATAL COLLISION IN HOLYHEAD HARBOUR.—INQUEST AND VERDICT.

THE FATAL COLLISION IN HOLYHEAD HARBOUR.—INQUEST AND VERDICT.

she struck the " Edith." When I first saw the " Duchese," she was about a quarter of a mile off. It was a fine clear night. The confusion of the passengers prevented our lowering the boats of the " Edith." I cannot say whether the " Edith's" boats had been
September 25, 1875 - North Wales Chronicle - Bangor, Caernarfonshire, Wales
 
UNDER THE SCARS.

UNDER THE SCARS.

He wa coming to part tbem! She wished there was no marry iDg!" or else, that Edith was "cruel and selfish t think of leaving ber;" and then when she saw the 100 of pain on Edith's face, she would kiss her passionately rush to her own room and bolt herself
September 20, 1879 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, 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
 
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.

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