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THIC MISSING METEORS.

THIC MISSING METEORS.

outbreak with Edith, and on the whole behaved peaceably. Suddenly Edith set off on one of her mysterious visits, and then Georgytriumphed again, and brought matters to a climax, though in a way she certainly Dever ezpected. Of course directly Edith was safely
March 9, 1901 - Christchurch Times - Christchurch, Hampshire, England
 
THE OXFOBD TIMES. SATURDAY, MAY 31. 1902.

THE OXFOBD TIMES. SATURDAY, MAY 31. 1902.

Clinch. Pollle Proctor. Annie Pimm and Lily Pontin: 3. Edith Cantell. Eertine Shepherd, Edith Dawes. Olire Robinson. Louie Shepherd. Winnie Clements. Mabel Trinder. Edith Dawes, and Ellen Shaw: e. Edith Curtis, Elsie Brown, Minnie Prayllng (2), and Rho
May 31, 1902 - Oxford Times - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
-8_"  --.-(PUBLISHED BY SPECIAL ARRANGE-I MENT.),

-8_" --.-(PUBLISHED BY SPECIAL ARRANGE-I MENT.),

night ?" Of course I did," said Edith, sharply. How 11ee could I have got the necklace ?" But you told me at Kirkstone Hb.11 that you aid not know Miss Gilmar was in Grangebury." That is perfectly true," rejoined Edith, col- ouring, li but I told you
February 24, 1900 - Cardiff Times - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
PUPIL TEACHERS' EXAMINATIONS.

PUPIL TEACHERS' EXAMINATIONS.

Manchester; Edith 'J'wiss, Abbot-street Bd., Manchester; Alice Walmsley, Al&ton-lane R., Alston; Evelyn Meredith, Bucess-street "Bd., Manchester; Lilian LongWortb, Pike'slane'Bd!, Bolton; Ada M. Wilkinson, Brentnall-street Higher Grade W., Stockport; Edith H.
March 29, 1900 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Mrttti!ci .. rev pontes steamed, tile cart putted out of the hedge and set straight on its way. To Maud

Mrttti!ci .. rev pontes steamed, tile cart putted out of the hedge and set straight on its way. To Maud

corners of seized upon by a very tall voting woman -but was my eyes!" this Edith? She had looked fur the old Edith— She ribbed her cheeks with the palms of her soft the Edith of three or four years ago, whose pubictiny bands. Of coarse, their delicate
September 21, 1901 - Witney Gazette and West Oxfordshire Advertiser - Witney, Oxfordshire, England
 
THE REIVER'S DOOM;

THE REIVER'S DOOM;

with my wife; and secondly, what amount will Edith receive her marriage portion?" Both these questions were far from being pleasant to Rueben Ashler; for, neither relished the idea of parting altogether with Edith, nor yet of giving up any of his treasures
September 20, 1902 - Morpeth Herald - Morpeth, Northumberland, England
 
By LOUIS SAND.

By LOUIS SAND.

outbreak with Edith, and on the whole behaved peaceably. Suddenly Edith set off on one of her mysterious visits, and then Georgytrim»plied again, and brought matters to a climax, though in a way she certainly never expected. Of course directly Edith was safel
March 9, 1901 - Exmouth Journal - Exmouth, Devon, England
 
oc=,oo=o Edith of Grazeby Castle. oci—nooi1. =s®®a^=;

oc=,oo=o Edith of Grazeby Castle. oci—nooi1. =s®®a^=;

several maids indoors to keep Edith com' After party were out of sight Edith remained long the walls gazing after Tho> suu drns now high in nky, hor fat Lor and brother were far their way when Wilfred, the hunchback, approached Edith with pale, scared face.
June 12, 1915 - Evening Despatch - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
directly after breakfast. It was worded frantically: " Please come at none ; Edith desperately ill," and within half-an-hour of

directly after breakfast. It was worded frantically: " Please come at none ; Edith desperately ill," and within half-an-hour of

to go to Edith—and she forcibly expressed her dissatisfaction to' me when, at nine o'clock, I came down, utterly worn out. to get some food. With my experience.' she said indignantly. " l am certainly the right person to be with Edith." " Edith asked for
March 2, 1907 - Gravesend Reporter, North Kent and South Essex Advertiser - Gravesend, Kent, England
 
SEPTEMBER.

SEPTEMBER.

conviction that Edith must share their feelings was more thau could bear. The crushing effect with which this belated perception of fact obvious came to me, opened my eyes fully to something which perhaps the reader has already suspected—l loved Edith. Was it
August 31, 1901 - Peterhead Sentinel and General Advertiser for Buchan District - Peterhead, Aberdeenshire, Scotland