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THE CHRISTIAN NEWS, AUGUST 15, 1868.

THE CHRISTIAN NEWS, AUGUST 15, 1868.

and turning to the thy-leaf Edith read these words, which were traced in • fair, girlish hand, thou.4ll the ink was much faded, "For Mary Thornton, from her friend Edith Trevelvan " Underneath Mrs Cleve had written, " For Edith Vernon, iu remembrance of
August 15, 1868 - Christian News - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
LITERATURE.

LITERATURE.

courageously ; "my name k Lester." " Mr. Lester will stay and take some tea, Edith,' said Mra. Moreton ; " will you make it ? He declined, ip_lc_gi_edL, and was overruled; snd Edith aud Poppy disappeared. Mra. Moreton employed the interval in eloquent praises
April 12, 1873 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
TWICE LOST.  ,  --".,¡"""---

TWICE LOST. , --".,¡"""---

and omin- ously at Edith, we were not saying that. I am this moment strong enough to go anywhere. ccusin, John Crane, told me I could live with Edith Orr and her mother. I want to go and live with Edith Orr now—at once—to-day." Edith made a secret sign
November 19, 1892 - Cardiff Times - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
The improvement in Mr. J. W. Lowtberh condition has been steadily maintained, but it will be some time before be

The improvement in Mr. J. W. Lowtberh condition has been steadily maintained, but it will be some time before be

see Edith Tapley. On one occasion Mrs. Rowley was away for a week, and witness, Edith Tapley, and Mr. Rowley were left alone in the house. Witness had to go into the village to buy some yeast, about ten in the morning, and when she came back, Edith Tapley
February 15, 1902 - Cumberland & Westmorland Herald - Penrith, Cumberland, England
 
RENFREWSHIRE INDEPENDENT, OCTOBER 8, 1870.

RENFREWSHIRE INDEPENDENT, OCTOBER 8, 1870.

the colonel began, leaning back on the sofa where Edith had propped him up with pillows, ' I have always considered your marriage with Edith as a fixed affair. It has been so regarded by myself, and Edith can have no other views than my own, Pray, excuse
October 8, 1870 - Renfrewshire Independent - Paisley, Renfrewshire, Scotland
 
REVIEWS OF BOOKS.

REVIEWS OF BOOKS.

she did who is in His heaven long years ago. My Edith ! my blessed one ?? "m Father," said Edith, "' tell me not if it moves you thus: in- deed I did not know anything; but, father, spare yourself."- "' Edith," said Maiter Field, proceeding with fixed composu
May 4, 1851 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
A MERCHANT PRINCE.

A MERCHANT PRINCE.

you that be seems to be ioterestcel in Edith ?" she asked bolEly. " Interested in Edith ? Well, perhaps he may be; he t aiks a great interest in nursing, you know." "' Reginald, you would not be contont to see Edith a professional nurse ? " I sincerely
May 25, 1895 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
EDITH'S HOUSE HUNT.

EDITH'S HOUSE HUNT.

chest. Then held out his hand. " Edith ! Is possible!" Edith raised her eyes timidly his face. "Mr Thorpe!" she said nervously. What can you think of me?" " Were you hiding from me?" asked. " Hiding from you?" repeated Edith, with embarrassed laugh. " Yes
June 16, 1909 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
EDITH LYLE.

EDITH LYLE.

surprise. When did you ec ime ? _ou must be very tired. Edith, my dear, hadn't you better show Ler to her room ?? He had made his speech, and, anxious to be rid of her, asked Edith to take her away ; and Edith, wiio breathed more fr. Ely now that tiie worst w
June 24, 1893 - Daily Gazette for Middlesbrough - Middlesbrough, Yorkshire, England
 
EDITH ROBERTS' HOMECOMING

EDITH ROBERTS' HOMECOMING

what feel. Edith's has turned over our home fr° ri te'v, sadness to house of joy. . 'jr. what the tragedy meant since it happened have n(ta ge- . l with Edith in her house of ol) thought of her constantly, arm would ever see her again. , l I Edith has three
June 11, 1922 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland