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THE BUCKS STANDARD-SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1901.

THE BUCKS STANDARD-SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1901.

ball-room! Dr. Sunning himself introduced Raymond Stokes to Edith. "There's not much amiss with him," he said to her previously. " The hereditary taint, poor fellow, you understand !" But Edith was astounded by this pertnor—and more than astounded. He was
September 14, 1901 - Croydon's Weekly Standard - Newport Pagnell, Buckinghamshire, England
 
By I W. DENT KIRKWOOD

By I W. DENT KIRKWOOD

bands, the days and nights had developed a delightful intimacy. Edith glanced at her wrist-watch. Ive looked in only for a moment —just to tell you that I can’t come to-night.” But—dash it!—Edith Halcroft faced her with a jolt of disappointment. ” 1 thought
August 25, 1933 - Linlithgowshire Gazette - Linlithgow, West Lothian, Scotland
 
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patience with Frank and Flora. Besides promised mother !’* and Edith's voice broke. “ 1 know," answered Roger, in a softened tone, “but mothers ought not to enact ." “Oh hush!" begged Edith, and her lover gloomily obeyed. “ Then it. must be good-bye,"
December 21, 1923 - Sussex Agricultural Express - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
THE SHADOW OF HER SIN.

THE SHADOW OF HER SIN.

SIN. CHAPTER' XXVTIT. —Continued. THE MKRCY ASKRD. Whan of sig’ht and' returned, Judith looked from Edith to Arthur tear!ally and suspiciously. Edith knew the thought in. her mind, and could not 'help despising her for it. Presently she spoke: it time
May 29, 1905 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE OXFORDSHIRE WEEKLY NEWS, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4, 1902.

THE OXFORDSHIRE WEEKLY NEWS, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4, 1902.

l'ollie Praetor, Annie Pimm (21. and Lily rnntin : 3. Edith Centel). Eveline Shepherd, Edith Dawes. Olive Robinton, Louis Shepherd. Winnie Clements, Mabel Trinder. Edith Dawes. and Ellen Shaw; c. Edith Conte, Elsie Brown, Minnie Frayling (2), and Rhoda
June 4, 1902 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England
 
THE LADY FROM NOWHERE.

THE LADY FROM NOWHERE.

~ _ . ,» " No!" said Arthur with conviction, do not. "And you, Edith," said Dean, looking the girl, "is it your opinion that I am guilty ot Miss Gilmar's death?" „„. No'" replied Edith, in her turn. "Appearances are against you, but truly believe you
October 26, 1900 - Lichfield Mercury - Lichfield, Staffordshire, England
 
No. 1,888 -4th IVeek in Qnarter.

No. 1,888 -4th IVeek in Qnarter.

ever seeing Edith Tapley there. On the night of the AddingluunFlower Show he met Harrison. Slee. and Kidd, members of the. committee. Witness had a bill to pay for Edith Tapley at Penrith to Messrs. Metcalfe and Bainbridge. drapers. Edith had given the
January 25, 1902 - Cumberland & Westmorland Herald - Penrith, Cumberland, England
 
DOMINATIONS HANDED IN FOR CHELTENHAM BY-ELECTION

DOMINATIONS HANDED IN FOR CHELTENHAM BY-ELECTION

David Leo Morgan, Edith Emma Morgan, Matilda Sivil, S. Elizabeth Johnson Edith Florence Keen, William Thomas East; William Edward Eustace Peart, Hilda Coombe, Mabel Catherine Frankline, F. Miriam Jones, Emily Elizabeth Williams, Edith Harris, Gertrude
June 12, 1937 - Gloucestershire Echo - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
AND INJURIES HEALED BY ZAM BUR.

AND INJURIES HEALED BY ZAM BUR.

views of the situation as it would present itself to Edith, that Julius could not read the reflection of each on her mobile countenance. She need not be afraid of Edith interrupting or disturbing ; but Edith would be annoyed. She could no longer count on Maud
May 25, 1906 - Buckinghamshire Examiner - Chesham, Buckinghamshire, England
 
OUR SHORT STORY. CONDONED. Edith wont to the first of the two balls at Mnybury House because her dear friend

OUR SHORT STORY. CONDONED. Edith wont to the first of the two balls at Mnybury House because her dear friend

youth in ball-room! Dr. Sunning himself introduced Raymond Stokes Edith. “There’s not much amiss with him,” to her previously. The hereditary taint, poor fellow, you understand!” But Edith was astounded by this partner—and more than astounded. He was very
September 13, 1901 - Sevenoaks Chronicle and Kentish Advertiser - Sevenoaks, Kent, England