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COVENTRY CHILDREN AT COUNDON.

COVENTRY CHILDREN AT COUNDON.

Blakeman, Susie, Maggie, Edith, and Gertie, Queen's Read. Bloxham, Horace W., Cros3 Cheaping, Blunt, Mabel, Jessie, and Thomas, Barras Lane. Blythe, Harriett M , Ethel A., Matthew J., and Charles W., Je-son Street. Boston, Edith M., Nellie, and Margaret
July 19, 1894 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
O XT R AROMATIC

O XT R AROMATIC

to you.” “I will remain here,” said Edith, “until your return, if thie gentleman will permit me.” Oh,” said Hr Oblionker, effusively, shall charmed —nothing in this world will charm me ■iota.” I should not like,” Edith continued, nervously, tears streaming
May 8, 1879 - Fife Herald - Cupar, Fife, Scotland
 
When will he come ? she says, walking across to the window, turning the Venetian blind and peering out into

When will he come ? she says, walking across to the window, turning the Venetian blind and peering out into

hat, and taking Edith's hand, says“So pleased to meet you. Miss Vawdrey. I had begun to despair! ** Why ? ” asks Edith naively. Can you ask ? I strolled and down here the whole yesterday afternoon for the sole purpose seeing you.” Edith colours with pleasure
March 4, 1886 - Southern Reporter - Selkirk, Selkirkshire, Scotland
 
ATTACKED BY KURDS.

ATTACKED BY KURDS.

" How about you ?" asked Edith. "I am going to ride a horse. I once did six hundred miles in Turkey on a horse." Brand spoke of these things as if they were on a par with walking on Broadway during a pleasant afternoon. Edith's admiration for him was
April 16, 1897 - Ardrossan and Saltcoats Herald - Ardrossan, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
UNDER THE SCARS.

UNDER THE SCARS.

penny of her money, and thank bis wife's pretty, frightened face for what Le got. Edith had sunk into seat, overpowered. Grace Hum? herself her feet, "Ou, Edith, Edith, will not you receive me as a sister ? Will not you forgive me Eo'iih's arms were round
August 9, 1879 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
Literature.

Literature.

there in time to die! EdithEdith! it was thus thy mother died!" The pestilence ebbs and flows, but length men feel that the curse is removed. The daily deaths decrease to their wonted number and the work of Caleb Field and Edith is done. Father and daughter
November 8, 1851 - Wells Journal - Wells, Somerset, England
 
EDITH LYLB.

EDITH LYLB.

wish to say to me T Edith asked, as she took the hand which was raised feebly to meet hers. There was a shake of the head, aud Edith con- tinued, " Perhaps you can write it f Another head-shake, while the eager eyes went from Edith's face to Gertie, and
June 7, 1893 - Daily Gazette for Middlesbrough - Middlesbrough, Yorkshire, England
 
EDITH LYLE.

EDITH LYLE.

find some trace of the child lost so long ago ; but I think it doubtful if we do—vest, very doubtful. Come, Edith, we may well go." But Edith did not move. She must know something more, and she said : "Have you no idea where this Mary Stover lived ? Had
October 11, 1894 - Lincolnshire Echo - Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England
 
EDITH LYLE.

EDITH LYLE.

hard for her to sew, and but for Edith 'B generosity she would have been badly off. She had oeen away from home when Edith called upoi her the day following her return from the Conti .nt : but she found the card which Edith lef t, at * when her maid glowingly
May 9, 1893 - Daily Gazette for Middlesbrough - Middlesbrough, Yorkshire, England
 
AN AWKWARD INTERVIEW.

AN AWKWARD INTERVIEW.

Lucy was strangely dull, and Edith was suddenly attacked by an unusual and disagreeable toothache. " Why not go to bed, Edith ?" Mrs. Dalton suggested as the clock struck nine, and they were back in the drawing-room. Edith felt desperately cross with herself
August 27, 1887 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England