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FUN AND FANCY.

FUN AND FANCY.

rights reserved.'] EDITH’S ESCAPE. Bt LOUIS SAND. CHAPTER IX. CORBBQCEXCBS 01' TH« MITT. 6nAKFAST was very late the next morning. Only Emily. Edith, and Mr. Bash were at table. Emily • eye* were red and awollen with crying, but Edith was Mr. Baah endeavoured
March 16, 1901 - East & South Devon Advertiser. - Newton Abbot, Devon, England
 
IIIE EMPRESS FREDERICK.

IIIE EMPRESS FREDERICK.

g for service in South Africa. [AU EDITH'S ESCAPE. Dr LOITIB BAND► CHAPTER IX. rsa OP lOW the tied nterniag. Only Em▪ ily. Edith, and Mr. Bush were at table. Emily's eyes were red and swollen with crying, bat Edith wu enly deadly pale. Mr. Bosh eadeavoured
March 16, 1901 - Christchurch Times - Christchurch, Hampshire, England
 
By ALISON BUCKLER, home. "Oh, it is not so dull here as all that," said Author of " flue, " "Bee. • " Bewitched, " Sir Maud. "You ran flirt with the curate."

By ALISON BUCKLER, home. "Oh, it is not so dull here as all that," said Author of " flue, " "Bee. • " Bewitched, " Sir Maud. "You ran flirt with the curate."

faithless? or had he met Edith? It Mil+ , next to imp o..ible that he hare met FAitli. lie ans four 111111111111 overdue when Edith left the drawing-r o om, and he had not come when, thirteen ultimo,. Inter. slw heard Edith call the dogs in the hall
November 22, 1901 - Lakes Herald - Ambleside, Westmorland, England
 
THE SHADOW OF HER S!N.

THE SHADOW OF HER S!N.

By EDITH and ARTHUR APPLIN, CHAPTER XXV. THE LAND OF THE USEB-TO-BE. Reggie stared at Edith joyful surprise as he heard her so unexpectedly promise and agree that the scene should left Halbert had written it. vainly what caused
May 26, 1905 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
CHAPTER V.

CHAPTER V.

corner of the sofa, and bad only Just received my second cup from Edith's hand. • Georgy exclaimed, " Well, then, show him up.' hen, turning to Edith, she added, " I can't say, my dear Edith. Ann's manners repay all the pains you bays bestowed on her." "
March 2, 1901 - Exmouth Journal - Exmouth, Devon, England
 
[ YANKEE YARNS.

[ YANKEE YARNS.

and making her trot round the 1 iwn as his gee- gee," to the evident de:ight of Edith a.nd Harry. That evening she stood in the drawing-room at Heath Hail waiting with Edith for the sonnd of tbe bell to announce dinner, and while there, I shall try to describe
September 14, 1900 - South Wales Echo - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
CORRESPONDENCE.

CORRESPONDENCE.

names: —Mrs. Edith Kitchen, Edith ton, Edith Edith Oliver. Edith Hitching. Edith Bell wood, Edith Spivey, Edith Balme, Edith Elivin, Edith Howsenfun, Edith Bentley. Edilli North. Edith Jobson (two
January 18, 1916 - Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
SCHOOL CERTIFICATE.

SCHOOL CERTIFICATE.

Ada: tßur. ton, Ruth: ♦Exley.Ethel A.: Felton.Harry; •Field. Edith; tHortneil, Mary; Liley. Florence; 1 bockwood, Edith Penrith. Queeu Elizabeth Grammar Sola.—'Bolt. Olire: 'Main. 'Morton Edith M.: Richardson, Elsie M.; 'Sinela'r, Eleanor M.; '\Vil«on.
September 2, 1919 - Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LOCAL PROBATE SUIT.

LOCAL PROBATE SUIT.

of her property was left to Miss Edith Curtis. Was she at that time and afterwards, within your knowledge, on very affectionate terms with her niece ?—I cannot say they were on very affectionate terms. 'When Miss Edith came to the house, Miss Curtis would
May 18, 1901 - Tamworth Herald - Tamworth, Staffordshire, England
 
SILENT FOR LOVE'S SAKE. ?

SILENT FOR LOVE'S SAKE. ?

f- yS • e,ne! Edith ' BPUe ° f hCr tt dico er 'V, d s},,, ', to you," v{ she j? u i * hatea our *''' 4 lotion,{t one Ut ' seems " I haven't seen the man," Jim said. " But I bear him no ill-will, provided he does not make love to you " Edith did not reply
March 12, 1914 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland