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TkiE HENLEY AND SOUTH OXFORDSHIRE STANDARD, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBEIt 27,

TkiE HENLEY AND SOUTH OXFORDSHIRE STANDARD, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBEIt 27,

faithless ? or had It WOO mat to impossible that he could have met Edith. was four minutes overdue when Edith the drawiarroom. and he had not come when, *idea miaow later. she hoard Edith call the The immigration laws of the United States are is i:rg sit
September 27, 1901 - Henley & South Oxford Standard - Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, England
 
" Dan – and Another."

" Dan – and Another."

dreaded county dames made polite speeches of an egregiously patronisrug kind to Edith. Mrs. Debenham's glance was positively insulting. It travelled from the crown of Edith's head to the point of her white satin shoe ; it took complete stock of my sis
January 5, 1907 - Gravesend Reporter, North Kent and South Essex Advertiser - Gravesend, Kent, England
 
"OFFICIAL BOER REPORTS."

"OFFICIAL BOER REPORTS."

views of the situation as it would prrseat itself to Edith. that Julius could not read the redection of each her mobile countenance. She need not be afraid Edith interrupting or disturbing; but Edith would be annoyed. She could no longer court on Maud
September 20, 1901 - Henley & South Oxford Standard - Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, England
 
WEST CORNWALL FUNERALS.

WEST CORNWALL FUNERALS.

f ; wreath. "In loving memory of Aunt Edith, 1 ' from vers and children, London™wreato it lovmg memory of Aunt Edith" tt and Garfield; spray, "In Edith," from Nic-kie, Lily, Olive, Wherry town; wreath, To ' Edith," <^ n ,, ber * r °khy, and Susiewreath
June 13, 1940 - Cornishman - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 
THE SUNDAY POST. MAY 6, 1928. :GRANW mCHMAL CROMPTON Edith’s companionship, to go about e e r \v here \w

THE SUNDAY POST. MAY 6, 1928. :GRANW mCHMAL CROMPTON Edith’s companionship, to go about e e r \v here \w

MAY 6, 1928. :GRANW mCHMAL CROMPTON Edith’s companionship, to go about e e r \v here \w it h Edith. The children •would be old enough to look after the m - selves. She and Edith would have a splendid time together. Edith an d Mark were at the door to r
May 6, 1928 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
The Dressmaker's Apprentice.

The Dressmaker's Apprentice.

" inquired Edith. " Her health is delicate, and she is not able to walk so far," replied Miss Lanson. " Besides," she added, " she comparatively poor, and her viaitß might offend my brother." . . " Make her a good long visit now, aaid Edith, " and talk
October 17, 1901 - Southern Reporter - Selkirk, Selkirkshire, Scotland
 
A HOAX AND A WIFE.

A HOAX AND A WIFE.

sspiatiag otsneer said Miss Edith. “It just, tsbnowlsdgs, sad yst, 1 that you 'XJZ' merciful!" eaciaitaod Mr. Aider, -but tb. srbua is mina." - Mptw asa rour sarcasma, mid Mes Edith buryiag her face ia hrr handkarebief, Misa Edith, “it only too damned "W
November 8, 1902 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
LABOUR RIOTS IN SPAIN.

LABOUR RIOTS IN SPAIN.

produce it at the St. Jamul' Mean. LA" mats EDITH'S ESCAPE. LOUIS aLND. CRAMS IX. TO 1101 MEM Wry let. the seat mewing. Emily, Edith, and Mr. Bush were at table. Er?;Pe eyes were red and swollen with cry*, but Edith was only deadly pale. Mr. Bush endeavoured
March 16, 1901 - Buckingham Express - Buckingham, Buckinghamshire, England
 
LANCASTER MYSTERY

LANCASTER MYSTERY

care for meat, and said so. Neither did Edith touch the meat. There was no one eat except Edith, and one in the house hut witness. Edith, and the deceased. Witness saw steak in a frying-pan in the kitchen. Edith being also there. You did not notice wha
September 15, 1911 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
(Copriyht. TYPEWRITTI :C ROPOSAL. By J. B. FIRM • pest temptatMe tame to Richard Drowse. owl be Perham be wr

(Copriyht. TYPEWRITTI :C ROPOSAL. By J. B. FIRM • pest temptatMe tame to Richard Drowse. owl be Perham be wr

told you all shoot it, I ray tell tell you it's Edith Pseron." sudden repartee to Rielierd. He doter wised to brew it out with Furowns. do he affected the steatite estesiehreet. "Whet," be err , . "Edith F.area! Yee.' satd Perovree. leases up. "why set
August 28, 1901 - Worthing Gazette - Worthing, Sussex, England