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THE FIRST CHAPTERS.

THE FIRST CHAPTERS.

if a detective were summoned, and she—Lady Faussett—were in ignorance of the real nature of the events. of that night, when Cavan Browne had been struck down and left for dead. " Stella," said Lady Faussett gently, and at the sound of the quieter, persuasive
16 December 1909 - Pearson's Weekly - London, London, England
 
CHANGE OVER.

CHANGE OVER.

Alice, but I wished you to know the Ho was moving away, but she flung herself before him. Ho was angry with her, and Lady Faussett had no wish to make an enemy at that moment of her own husband. For the first time she had been natural with him ; she had
23 December 1909 - Pearson's Weekly - London, London, England
 
THE WAR.

THE WAR.

December 14th. —A night alarm, the regiment standing lo arms 1.15 a.m. Ull Oawu. December 22ud. —Letter A Company, under Captain Faussett, relieved F Company Bridge aud Kiet Vtei. 1901. January 3rd.—The fortifications and biocßiiouse new post Kietviei Bridge
13 September 1901 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
NAVAL INTELLIGENCE.

NAVAL INTELLIGENCE.

but the greater part of the lecture was devoted to the struggle between Napoleon and Wellington. Captain B. G. Godfrey - Faussett, M.V.0., Equerry to the Prince of Wales, was married in the Chapel Royal, St. James’s Palace, on Thursday, by permission
13 April 1907 - Army and Navy Gazette - London, London, England
 
The Court.

The Court.

Princess of Wales left this morning for Copenhagen a visit to the Kiny of Denmark. Lady Eva Dugdale and Commander Godfrey Faussett were in attendance. Lady Eva Dugdale has succeedcd the Countess of Airlie lady-in-waiting Her Royal Highness. fltt'swal.
03 April 1902 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
GOSSIP OP THE DAY.

GOSSIP OP THE DAY.

LINKS WITH THE PAST. Lieutenant Godfrey Faussett, R.N., who has been appointed Equerry to the Prince of Wales, comes of historic family. He is the descendant of the heiress of the Godfreys who married Mr. Faussett. the head of an eminent Kentish family
25 November 1901 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
THE BRITISH CASUALTIES

THE BRITISH CASUALTIES

SUTI{ETR.ANT) trrnlOr,AND iRS. 5 3noon Severely wounded-Capt. Malcolh. ar, in 2ND PAST KCENT InE1INIENT, ering Capt. Godfrey Faussett, accidentally shot (died on At $I 21st February). 'a to It is now reported fromz Paardeberg that Col. i to all Hannay was
02 March 1900 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
TO-DAY'S LIST OF CASUALTIES.

TO-DAY'S LIST OF CASUALTIES.

and SUTHERLAND H'LANDERS-. SEVERELY WOUNDED.-Captaifl Matl- 2nd EAST KENTREGIMENT-. ACCIDENTALLY SHOT.-Captain 'Godfrey . Faussett (died on February 21). -q? It is now reported from Plaardeberg that.. Colonel Hannay was killed in the action on the 18th
02 March 1900 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
ROYALTY AT PORTSMOUTH.

ROYALTY AT PORTSMOUTH.

the gunnery establishment at Portsmouth. They return to town that afternoon, attended by Lady Eva Dugdale Commander Godfrey Faussett, R.N., and Sir Arthur Bigge. Their Royal Highnesses left Victoria Station yesterday by the 11.35 °sprees train for Portsmouth
14 March 1904 - Daily Telegraph & Courier (London) - London, London, England
 
The Homeward Mail.

The Homeward Mail.

Royal Garrison Art. Capt. Hickie, 34th batty., Royal Field Art., has been posted to the Depot, Royal Horse Art. Capt. Godfray Faussett, 58th company, Royal Field Art., has been posted to S batty. Royal Horse Art., be sent home as soon as possible. Capt. Molesworth
05 March 1900 - Homeward Mail from India, China and the East - London, London, England