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THE ALBERT GATE AFFAIR.

THE ALBERT GATE AFFAIR.

gruffly demanded. I live here," said Edith. " I came here to-night with my brother from Paris. Please let me in at once." In her excitement and breathlessness, for she had hurried at top speed from the harbour, Edith forgot that the homely garment she adopted
December 19, 1903 - Morpeth Herald - Morpeth, Northumberland, England
 
CHAPTER VIIL

CHAPTER VIIL

keep Mrs. (Denney and Edith apart. Jerk Farquhar and Lady Dundas assisted him there by keeping all the company engaged in playing wild nursery games; all except Edith and Sir Henry Dundae, who had a game leg. how lifeless Edith seemed among the rest!
December 13, 1901 - Heywood Advertiser - Heywood, Lancashire, England
 
THE LADY FROM NOWHERE.

THE LADY FROM NOWHERE.

in life." "Was Miss Gilmar kind to you?" Edith shrugged her shoulders. kind as oould be to anyone. We quarrelled once or twice." About what?" "I don't see that you have any right to ask hat question," said Edith, quietly. " Still, to show you how candid
September 7, 1900 - Lichfield Mercury - Lichfield, Staffordshire, England
 
THE DISS EXPRESS AND NORFOLK AND SUFFOLK JOURNAL

THE DISS EXPRESS AND NORFOLK AND SUFFOLK JOURNAL

a ball-room! Dr. Sunning himself introduced Raymond Stokes to Edith. “There’s not much amiss with him,” said to her previously. The hereditary taint, poor fellow, you understand!” But Edith was astounded this partner —and more than astounded. He was a
September 13, 1901 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
THE 11 ENLEY AND SOUTH OXFORDSHIRE

THE 11 ENLEY AND SOUTH OXFORDSHIRE

their estimate. But—' a But ?" said Sister Edith, interrogatively. " rut they are not good judges of chat avter," conAiiilNl the niece. eciation is no more of a recommendation than self-praise, Patricia,"said Edith, drily—" at least. wit to me." Patricia
May 19, 1905 - Henley & South Oxford Standard - Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, England
 
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'firjiv 11. Hromfleld. Elizabeth alter. *ltuby Cary. Margaret Champion, ttrace F. 'Edith F. Hewitt. II- •Elizabeth Jones, Constance K. L-otbouse, Constance Mao it. Edith M. Park'n, 'Maisic Parkin. Phvllis M. Mirage. .1 Smith. lib R. W.Uon. F. rut IV -l»
August 27, 1921 - Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
CHAPTER vm.

CHAPTER vm.

outbreak with Edith, and on the whole behaved peaceably. Suddenly Edith set off on one of her mysterious visits, and'tben Georgy triumphed again, and brought matters to climax, though in way she certainly never expected. course directly Edith was safely
March 9, 1901 - Shipley Times and Express - Shipley, Yorkshire, England
 
GRANTHAM INDUSTRIAL AND FINE ART EXHIBITION.

GRANTHAM INDUSTRIAL AND FINE ART EXHIBITION.

Norman. St. Anne's; 2, Annie Danielis, Spittlegate; 3, Edith Money, Ropsley ; v c, Gra.ce Starkey, Violet Grainge, and Elsie Bea, St. Anne's ; Alice Green, Ropsley ; Emily Main, Eaton ; Edith Smith, Edith Lawson, and Florence Rower, Grantham Girls' Upper;
January 23, 1904 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
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riyhts raerred.l EDITH'S ESCAPE. Br 1,,0U1S SAND. CHAPTER IX. rim CONBEQVICPCZ9 OP THS PARTY. gisasrAsT was very late the nest morning. Only E m ily, Edith, and Mr. Bush were at table. Emily's eyes were red and swollen with crying, but Edith was only deadly
March 19, 1901 - Tenbury Wells Advertiser - Tenbury Wells, Worcestershire, England
 
SIR H. COLVILES REC ALL.

SIR H. COLVILES REC ALL.

[Alt ngMt rturvtd.\ EDITH’S ESCAPE. Bt LOUIS SAND. CHAPTER IX. tib conetQcsacas or tbb ranrr. PaaAßfaht was very late the next morning. Only Emily. Edith, and Mr. Bush were table. Emily’s ryrs were red and swollen with crying, but Edith was only deadly pale
March 16, 1901 - Beverley and East Riding Recorder - Beverley, Yorkshire, England