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THE WELLINGTON .TOt’RNAL ANP SHREWSBURY NEWS. APRIL 14, 1000.

THE WELLINGTON .TOt’RNAL ANP SHREWSBURY NEWS. APRIL 14, 1000.

that night?’ ‘Of courso 1 did!’ said Edith, sharply. ‘Howelse could 1 hare got tho necklace?' * But you told at Kirkstone Hall that you did not know Miss GiSmar was In Grangebury.’ ' That perfectly true.* rejoined Edith, colouring. ‘ but told you many things
April 14, 1900 - Wellington Journal - Wellington, Shropshire, England
 
thought of such a development. ‘What fool had been Edith, of course, by this means would justice to Lord Arncliffe’s

thought of such a development. ‘What fool had been Edith, of course, by this means would justice to Lord Arncliffe’s

put serious 1 barrier between Edith and George Eester. I She was too proud justify perfectly in- I no ecru action, and ho, equally proud, had 1 the question of Ediths fortune brought vividly before him. The 'celings of Edith, when her tit o. weeping had
January 5, 1914 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
EDITH'S VICTORY.

EDITH'S VICTORY.

Olivia la.ughed. " I'm afraid, then, you won't come again very soon," said. And Joe did not. loved Edith well enough to stand by her. Edith's Ambition. for Edith herself, she felt cruelly the attitude Joe'a family. She_ realised that she had made a great trou
May 16, 1928 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
CAN HE SAVE HER ?

CAN HE SAVE HER ?

between the firms may cease. Edith Lindsay refused to marry Andrew Gilman she is infatuated with actor. Rodney Grieve, a young squire and a perfect gentleman, is secretly in lovo with Edith. Fancy Feiton having seen Robert and Edith together one day does all
June 13, 1913 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
7HE EMPRESS FREDERICK.

7HE EMPRESS FREDERICK.

tights reserve4.l EDITH'S ESCAPE. Br LOUIS SAND. CHAPTER IX. TIM COPPEQOPNCIS OP TICS PAWL. Illaziarney was very late the next morning. Only Emily, Edith, and Mr. Bush were at table. Emily's eyes were red and swollen with crying, but Edith was only deadly
March 16, 1901 - Exmouth Journal - Exmouth, Devon, England
 
CAN HE SAVE HER?

CAN HE SAVE HER?

towards Edith. hi, arA°iU- ar h e asked. "The mill shorter of striking. They want are iu«f,fi U j 8 . and a higher wage, and they S'.rant ' n requests; but can riage and T F ' un ' ¥ u consent to this mardrew's f into partnership with An- Edith K you
June 6, 1913 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Br LOUIS SAND.

Br LOUIS SAND.

CHAPTER IX. Ttm |r«V« Of TUB cjun f. was very Ute the next morning. Only Emily. Edith, and Mr. Bush were at table. Emily's eyes were red and swollen with crying, but Edith was only P*’**- Mr. Bush endeavoured to talk a little; but I was 100 unea.*y uiyse
March 16, 1901 - Framlingham Weekly News - Framlingham, Suffolk, England
 
ELEANOR H. PORTER,

ELEANOR H. PORTER,

finger-tips; yet was expected ►land patientlv and turn the leaves for EdithEdith, who had “run through” the thing once or twice, and who would stumble wretchedly over every other note. "But. Edith,” hesitated Kate, “don’t you think it would be better if I “
August 28, 1925 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
THE LADY FROM NOWHERE.

THE LADY FROM NOWHERE.

do? said Edith resentfullr " You would not hare l#d me hetray royilt Arthur? Dow did you hud out that ihc necklace pawned?" That I shall ekplain later, replied - ebb. annoyed her attitude. And in my turn, may aak why you killed Galmarr Edith stared at
June 27, 1902 - Belper News - Belper, Derbyshire, England
 
Something in His Favour.

Something in His Favour.

be " the kid." But, as his eyes grew accustomed to the dim light, a lovely vision unfolded itself. It was Edith, but how different from the Edith of his cenoeption. She was nearly as tall as he was, and in the twilight her hair caught the reflection of
November 26, 1908 - Pearson's Weekly - London, London, England