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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
 
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
 
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
 
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
 
CLARA L. BALFOUIL

CLARA L. BALFOUIL

been so constantly referred to her inheriting bad dispositions, that it was impossible Edith could do more than treat Mrs. Pentwerth with outward respect. Yet Edith was to blame that she did not try to cultivate some regard for tho admiral. He was thoroughly
December 28, 1885 - Brighton Gazette - Brighton, Sussex, England
 
“ANCHOR'' LINE.

“ANCHOR'' LINE.

FAITHFUL ONTO DEATH. Edith slept but little that night. The prospect of escape agitated her whole being, and the new friend who had so unexpectedly appeared took up aU her thoughts. He was a little man most certainly, and Edith already caught herself
May 9, 1874 - Ardrossan and Saltcoats Herald - Ardrossan, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
JUVENILE BALL AT THE TOWN HALL

JUVENILE BALL AT THE TOWN HALL

Whittal, Bertha and Oswald Wilkinson, Edith Wren Amy and Edith Wallwork. Lawrence Warden, Edith Wood Wilson, Amy, May, and Bertie Warhurst, Dorothy Waechter Ada, Mabel, Kidney, and Buss Wallwork, Lillian Williams' Edith and Enid Wigbtman, Edgar und Har
January 11, 1894 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
* DJgDt DelOs O. “ Edith, you know I would not Mk you not to talk if it did aot

* DJgDt DelOs O. “ Edith, you know I would not Mk you not to talk if it did aot

beggar us if I be will. are irremediably Is hit power, Edith* I you and all of ua together." I •‘Then heaven help at," Edith amid, sadly. “For I that man’s nature ia pitileaa and implacable. ' ••Edith, Edith, listen me, darling. He is not pitiless, not
February 3, 1893 - Abergavenny Chronicle - Abergavenny, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
IN THE FLESH AND THE SPIRIT.

IN THE FLESH AND THE SPIRIT.

me the meaaing ir of this strange behaviour! Edith, child, what t d are you doing ?" n Fe " Oh, another ! I am so Is.ppy." This from tn It Edith. u Do you love me, darling? " Th..i from Alfred at to Edith. n al. Yes; oh more than life . , , better than
September 11, 1886 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
EDITH LYLE

EDITH LYLE

had only come to America to die, and Edith would not long be troubled with her, she said, in reproachful tones, which she meant should make her daughter sorry that she had not been more pleased to see her. And Edith was sorry, and made every possible amends
October 3, 1894 - Lincolnshire Echo - Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England