That day four weeks the Edina came out of Ramsgate refitted and ready for sea.
The Edina was in the most imminent peril on the edge of the Brake Sand.
IT was a quiet and still afternoon when I strolled forth in the goodly city of Edina.
Our quarrel was now made up, and we looked about the room for an aperture through which to survey the city of Edina.
The Edina in her wrecked and crippled condition had dragged till she got to the very edge of the Brake Sand.
The next day his body was found by the lifeboatmen entangled in the wreckage, and under the bows of the Edina.
Still the carriage rolled on, the horses still dragged it forward at a furious pace—why were not the lights of Edina seen?
Edina is the residence of that great-hearted, good old gentleman, Judge Hanson.
What a time it seems to look back since we parted in old Edina.
I am unable to reply to Edina's second Query, as to the result of Huet's assertions.