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THE SHREWSBURY CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1853

... the small fruits will furnish the breakfast and evening’s board with heathful luxuries. Raspberries, strawberries, and blackberries, may grown almost without labour, and with due attention their improvement in quality will fully compensate for the pa ...

Published: Friday 11 February 1853
Newspaper: Shrewsbury Chronicle
County: Shropshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 7154 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

SRORTINO INTCLLIOCNCC

... Lord Lieutenant and Talfonrd furnishing the second and iliird places. *• Turf Prophets, these days, are plenitude o« blackberries, and the greater proportion of them intrinsically about valuable; in next 1 hope not to have to rank tuysrlf with thosu ...

Published: Friday 29 April 1853
Newspaper: Shrewsbury Chronicle
County: Shropshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 804 | Page: 5 | Tags: none

All that DWELLING-HOUSE, with the extonaiva

... pleasing, notwithstanding it treats exceptions as the rule *, and, the end, bids us to off with our kid gloves, and pluck the blackberries.” Elira has racy rap at the Yankee M Rapper*,” in an article entitled ‘‘Who dat knockin at door!” and Shadow from the Pillar* ...

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... lOpsymg.'’ When I Paris took way some forty year's ago, fund the Gallic nation mid pomp and show There aere Marshalls thick blackberries, the and Ney. And they talk'd ol light corps, storming*. ViTand ; .A.*res, and rorpt tfarm- ; And yet there were glum faces ...

Published: Friday 12 August 1853
Newspaper: Shrewsbury Chronicle
County: Shropshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 2792 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

ASCOT HEATH RACES

... boys, and perhaps instead the papal perversions which justly scandalise us, and which (more’s the pity) are plentiful blackberries in autumn —we may Fope village sciolist, wbo, anxious to disarm criticism, and to psevent tbs parents from finding fault ...

Published: Friday 16 June 1854
Newspaper: Shrewsbury Chronicle
County: Shropshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 4905 | Page: 5, 6 | Tags: none

WHY BOOKS ARE WRITTEN-PERILOUS ADVENTURE WITH A TIGER

... other reasons occur to us why books are written. Literary ' putts, for example, like quack medicines, are plentiful as blackberries. Let their authors inform us whether they are read. A man writes a work commencing in a strain as learned as that in which ...

EDDOWES'S SHREWSBURY JOURNAL (SECOND SHEET): WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 1865

... •* compulsory’* limitation. She is not to bo brought condition* upon ** compulsion,” she ! No, if reasons were plenty as blackberries would she be brought reason upon compulsion.” But, in the way of that meek and aaving grace which has throughout thi* contest ...

gtkeUamras Ills

... said, about the late royal visit, the Exposition, and la mode. Faria is very full just bow, and the English are plenty blackberries.” ...

Published: Saturday 29 September 1855
Newspaper: Wellington Journal
County: Shropshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 2821 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

Jonkn ComspoM

... declaration of Sweden in farour of the atlie*—of the railing the •iegeof Kara, See. He. At home rumour* an poaitlrely. “plenty blackberries and they, eaoreOTer, appertain meet important intereata. .In the daily of Monday appeared the following :-•* Hi. Royal ...

Published: Saturday 01 December 1855
Newspaper: Wellington Journal
County: Shropshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1208 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

RACES AT SEBASTOPOL

... the ground till the principal race* were over. Divisional generals, brigadiers, colonels, and stMtofficers were plenty blackberries, and. though the only representative of the fair sex was Mm. oeacolc, who proeided over sorely invested tent full creature ...

Published: Saturday 22 December 1855
Newspaper: Wellington Journal
County: Shropshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 2084 | Page: 3 | Tags: none