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THE FATAL COLLISION IN HOLYHEAD HARBOUR.—INQUEST AND VERDICT.

THE FATAL COLLISION IN HOLYHEAD HARBOUR.—INQUEST AND VERDICT.

she struck the " Edith." When I first saw the " Duchese," she was about a quarter of a mile off. It was a fine clear night. The confusion of the passengers prevented our lowering the boats of the " Edith." I cannot say whether the " Edith's" boats had been
September 25, 1875 - North Wales Chronicle - Bangor, Caernarfonshire, Wales
 
UNDER THE SCARS.

UNDER THE SCARS.

He wa coming to part tbem! She wished there was no marry iDg!" or else, that Edith was "cruel and selfish t think of leaving ber;" and then when she saw the 100 of pain on Edith's face, she would kiss her passionately rush to her own room and bolt herself
September 20, 1879 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
SEVERN SIDE STORIES—I.

SEVERN SIDE STORIES—I.

significant passages between Edith and Toller had so far been incidental to ordinary engage- , ments such as the youngest girl is usually supposed to be capable of fulfilling alone,without the need of guardianshp, and Edith was of age. ''Yes, father, there
January 27, 1900 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
EDITH LYLE'S SECRET.

EDITH LYLE'S SECRET.

child anything to you, mem ?" "Yes, everything—it was mine," Edith said, impetuously, while her husband, who did not care to have her quite so outspoken, even to this old woman, aaid, he took Edith's hand to lead her away:— " Yes, yes—thank you, Mra Myers;
July 29, 1885 - Fife Herald - Cupar, Fife, Scotland
 
THE RESURRECTIONISTS.

THE RESURRECTIONISTS.

to contend for the prize of Edith's fortune. Knowing Eric's disposition to scorn all selfish motives, the scheming wretch felt that the fortune of Edith was real cause of objection to Eric Ainslie. ' But you forget, Edith, that Mr Ainslie may not look
August 13, 1870 - Paisley Herald and Renfrewshire Advertiser - Paisley, Renfrewshire, Scotland
 
TALE-’

TALE-’

the present.’ Edith held out her band. Miss Plympton took it, let it go, and folding Edith her arms, she buret into tears. * I'm afraid -I’m afraid,’ said she. * What of?’ said Edith. * About you,’ moaned Miss Plympton. ‘Nonsense,’ said Edith. I shall
February 21, 1874 - Ardrossan and Saltcoats Herald - Ardrossan, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
THE CHRISTIAN NEWS, AUGUST 15, 1868.

THE CHRISTIAN NEWS, AUGUST 15, 1868.

and turning to the thy-leaf Edith read these words, which were traced in • fair, girlish hand, thou.4ll the ink was much faded, "For Mary Thornton, from her friend Edith Trevelvan " Underneath Mrs Cleve had written, " For Edith Vernon, iu remembrance of
August 15, 1868 - Christian News - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
LITERATURE.

LITERATURE.

courageously ; "my name k Lester." " Mr. Lester will stay and take some tea, Edith,' said Mra. Moreton ; " will you make it ? He declined, ip_lc_gi_edL, and was overruled; snd Edith aud Poppy disappeared. Mra. Moreton employed the interval in eloquent praises
April 12, 1873 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
TWICE LOST.  ,  --".,¡"""---

TWICE LOST. , --".,¡"""---

and omin- ously at Edith, we were not saying that. I am this moment strong enough to go anywhere. ccusin, John Crane, told me I could live with Edith Orr and her mother. I want to go and live with Edith Orr now—at once—to-day." Edith made a secret sign
November 19, 1892 - Cardiff Times - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
The improvement in Mr. J. W. Lowtberh condition has been steadily maintained, but it will be some time before be

The improvement in Mr. J. W. Lowtberh condition has been steadily maintained, but it will be some time before be

see Edith Tapley. On one occasion Mrs. Rowley was away for a week, and witness, Edith Tapley, and Mr. Rowley were left alone in the house. Witness had to go into the village to buy some yeast, about ten in the morning, and when she came back, Edith Tapley
February 15, 1902 - Cumberland & Westmorland Herald - Penrith, Cumberland, England