Mrs. EDES was past her first youth, but she was undeniably charming.
Do you know where the ship-yard that is owned by a man named EDES may be located?
EDES remarked that the Tories present affected to grin, but it was horribly, with a ghastly smile.
If they leave letters at EDES and Gill's, they will soon be sent to me.
The EDES ahead of her melted into the shadows but she could still hear Wilbur's glad voice.
At the opening of the war, Mr. EDES possessed a handsome property, which was wholly lost by the depreciation of the currency.
EDES and Gill never saw Africa; the patriotic lawyers and printers made no reluctant voyage to England.
And work on the parsonage being delayed beyond expectation, Mrs. Morse's little son was born in the EDES house.
“You have made a mistake, Mr. von Rosen,” said Mrs. EDES' thin voice, as thin and silvery as a reed.
Mrs. EDES had offered to take him home in her carriage, and he had declined almost brusquely.