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er.e peens 711 L • 3 !-.141 becst.te

directio• of Boperietter.• Rhoda Abbott. Edith Creee, Ad• Inam, Edith Hutton, ours rem little Rosetta Sooteey, I. attractive. eat Hawkit a, end loapectore Hicko•hottoen. Keel. Fleatrhu It Stowe Maud Lou. roam. Edith Fos. Elate 2ro hien rivandiem uniform
July 8, 1892 - Leicester Daily Post - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
THE EVE OF ST. BARNABAS.

THE EVE OF ST. BARNABAS.

alike, tut all horrible, and to tell the truth, Edith, I don't care to talk about them any more to-night." " Very well, I won't tease you, dear," replied her friend, and the subject was dismissed. Edith Marsden was the only child of an invalid father
June 13, 1896 - Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard - Cirencester, Gloucestershire, England
 
Per ate.. le dot the Mei.

Per ate.. le dot the Mei.

tell you on what occasion I got it I" Edith mused a moment. ".Prey, what day In September was it r she asked. " The twenty•first," answered Janet, with a quiet smile. `Why, that was my birth -day exclaimed Edith, " much interested. Janet nodded affirmatively
November 23, 1859 - North Briton - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LESS BLACK.tSan WE'KE painted..Bt JAMES PAYI.,

LESS BLACK.tSan WE'KE painted..Bt JAMES PAYI.,

they beheld the golden fruit of the Hesperides, Sister Edith turned to her assistant, and said, -■ Is your sister- in-law still with you?" "Yes, ma'am; you will find her upstairs with Lucy." Edith nodded, and leaving Susan to superintend the dessert (which
November 17, 1877 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
TWICE LOST.

TWICE LOST.

hear of such a thing. Edith had promised to share her own room with her, and nothing would induce her to accept any other lodging in the house. Accordingly she was installed duly in Edith's room that night, and next morning Edith put her in the old straw
December 17, 1892 - Cardiff Times - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
MR GLADSTONE AND MID LOTHIAN.

MR GLADSTONE AND MID LOTHIAN.

herself. "Yes," she answered ; " he is mine, and only miser The very next day Mr. Oldenshaw, Edith's master. came to the cottage and asked for Edith. " Edith, my child, I have had a letter from Herbert. How is that poor girl upstairs today ?" His fingers
July 6, 1895 - Gravesend Reporter, North Kent and South Essex Advertiser - Gravesend, Kent, England
 
C( ,A 1 :TITIV E C RAM.

C( ,A 1 :TITIV E C RAM.

, who set off one morning after breakfast to hoer the invitation in person. Edith and Ralph bad ridden over to the county town, ostensibly to purchase some trifle that Edith discovered she stood greatly in need of, but in reality to gain the plowere of
February 3, 1877 - Cumberland & Westmorland Herald - Penrith, Cumberland, England
 
THE CHRISTIAN NEWS, JULY 11, 1868. Caurnia XlX.—Tus hum

THE CHRISTIAN NEWS, JULY 11, 1868. Caurnia XlX.—Tus hum

caul." said Edith, with a smothered sob. " You know who can give you strength to do it, Edith. You know who has promised strength to the very weakest one who looks to him for it." I don't want it," answered the little girl. 0 Edith, Edith, this is sad
July 11, 1868 - Christian News - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
the living link.

the living link.

enter it, sir,’ said Edith, firmly os though she possessed the keys of Dalton Hall. Miss Dalton, you force me to use violence.’ You dare not use violence,’ said Edith, with look that overawed the craven soul of Mowbray. For Edith now was resolved to anything
April 25, 1874 - Ardrossan and Saltcoats Herald - Ardrossan, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
EDITH SINCLAIR. ' A TALE. (WRITTEN TRW JOURNAL.) PART IL CHAPTRR XVI. It was early morning, and the yellow light

EDITH SINCLAIR. ' A TALE. (WRITTEN TRW JOURNAL.) PART IL CHAPTRR XVI. It was early morning, and the yellow light

I don't think, ma'am, that you've been into the libra'y yet." Edith replied that she had not, and the housekeeper directed her steps thither. She threw open a door, and entered with Edith. The latter listed herself on a sofa; and Mrs. Barnett, standing
May 17, 1856 - Caernarvon & Denbigh Herald - Caernarvon, Caernarfonshire, Wales