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THE OXFORD CHRONICLE AND READING GAZETTE, SATURDAY, APRIL 15, 1843.

THE OXFORD CHRONICLE AND READING GAZETTE, SATURDAY, APRIL 15, 1843.

cannot boast your own bright colour, said Edith, gently kissing her crimson cheek. . j How should you like to stay here and live with your sister, Instead of going home again ?” asked Aylmer, alter ' pause, while Edith’s heart beat fast. Oh. not at all; not
April 15, 1843 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
THE PERIODICALS.

THE PERIODICALS.

thiigs was her pride that Edith should be educated. Ala how many mothers, like her, look upon education as measure rather than a means-as an end, not a beginnin -and, alas ! how many, like Edith, live to suffer for i * * * 8 * * * Edith was on her knees prayi
January 5, 1840 - The Charter - London, London, England
 
• •• Drum mood is so avers* to humboc of any

• •• Drum mood is so avers* to humboc of any

its handling in the moral lesson which it reads to every class of toadies. The interviews and dialogues between Edith and Florence, Edith and her mother, the pompous marriage, the departure of the “happy pair,” the jollification in the servants’ hall
July 10, 1847 - Gloucester Journal - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
THE CRUISE.

THE CRUISE.

pices be!ow. Edith remained to do the honours to her visitor with what grace she might. But anger gave her spirit, aud she contented herself with turning in mind the dignified re- sentment she would display when they met at dinner. Xever had Edith looked more
October 17, 1835 - Monmouthshire Merlin - Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
LITERARY CHRONICLE.

LITERARY CHRONICLE.

yourself ? On your honour, Edith, is this rejection of him a voluntary act, because you no longer love him, or a sacrifice, for my sake, of your whole earthly happiness Edith was silent. " Speak !" he continued, " speak, Edith—do you love him still ?—do
December 2, 1848 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 

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Westmorland Legends,-No 8.

Westmorland Legends,-No 8.

and ere his departure, with the sanction of her father, Ralph and Edith had mutually pledged their troth before father Gervase, be faithful unto death. On her father's decease, Edith had written to Thornbrugh, and had been hourly expecting him—or, at
April 30, 1842 - Kendal Mercury - Kendal, Westmorland, England
 
Literature.

Literature.

wealth of Edith Dombey's establishment." The following scene affords an insight into the character of Edith Granger, which renders the proud beauty an object more for pity than any other feeling : Mrs Skewton reposed on her sofa, and Edith sat apart,
June 9, 1847 - Dumfries and Galloway Standard - Dumfries, Dumfriesshire, Scotland
 
THE WEEKLY CHRONICLE.

THE WEEKLY CHRONICLE.

yourself ? On your honour, Edith, is this rejection of him a voluntary act, because you no longer love him, or a sacrifice, for my sake, of your whole ear`hly happiness?' Edith was silent. " Speak !" he continued, "speak, Edith—do you love him still ?—do
December 3, 1848 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
ORIGINAL.

ORIGINAL.

qualities to Edith he knew that she had given her heart with all the fervor of a woman's love, to the successful wooer, and in the bitterness of his spirit , after the first outbreak of passion, he threw himself into chair, exclaiming Poor Edith!" and sobbed
January 16, 1847 - Hereford Times - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
THE 'W'EEKLY CHRONZCLIM

THE 'W'EEKLY CHRONZCLIM

yourself ? On your honour, Edith, is this rejection of him a voluntary act, because you no longer love him, or a sacrifice, for my sake, of your whole ear'hly happiness?' Edith was silent. " Speak !" he continued, "speak, Edith—do you love him still ?—do
December 3, 1848 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England