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... indced, talked of adopting him. But, whether like the wild Indian the prairie. Jack pined freedom of hie native woods—the,.blackberries and tbe roasted does; or. what more l>h«ly, frond chastisement for his many brief trial, ran away, and though brought baek ...

JENNY LIND

... Sessions, held on Friday last, a little boy named Trcbem was mulcted In the sura of 75., including expenses, for picking four blackberries from the hedge of a neighbouring gardener; and two other youths had to pay 10s. each for gathering huts on the lands in ...

MORE AUSTRIAN “OCCUPATION.”

... man make a hero of, and that thuoe that made me should at i repent. Much better may easily had. The crop is l plentiful blackberries. Crimeans arc everything now, are everywhere, and though wild-looking and hirsute animals are easily caught, fdo not all ...

Published: Friday 10 October 1856
Newspaper: Shrewsbury Chronicle
County: Shropshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1758 | Page: 8 | Tags: none

RURAL POSTS

... the foundation colleges, ami educational establishments in all directions ; mechanics’ institutions are as plentiful as blackberrie every village and hamlet rejoicing in some such organization for the acquisition and diffusion of useful knowledge. In the ...

Published: Saturday 18 October 1856
Newspaper: Wellington Journal
County: Shropshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 632 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

A CHAPTER ON HEROES

... man to make hero of, and that those that made me so should at once repent. Much better may easily had. The crop plentiful blackberries. Crimeans are everything now, are everywhere, and though wild-looking and hirsute animals, are easily caught not all answer ...

PIRACY AND MURDER

... prisoner did not bury the silver pencil cases, but merely put them behind tree, and no doubt the people who were picking blackberries found them. The prirener stated that be had picked Kerns and made bed | and slept in Epping Forest for the last week. He ...

WELSH INTBLLIeBNCB

... —This was action to recover oT defendant, for having, on the Ist of October, illtrcated ’intiff while she was gathering blackberries in a footpath ? 18 ® Atwood appeared for the plaio- ...

Published: Friday 21 November 1856
Newspaper: Shrewsbury Chronicle
County: Shropshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 5449 | Page: 6, 7 | Tags: none

EDDOWES’S SHREWSBURY JOURNAL: WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 81. 1856

... the I2th instant tells the li>llo«lng thrilling tale Last fall a woman residing in the vicinity of Worcester was picking blackberries in field near her house, having with her one child a bright eyed little fellow of lees than year old. The babe sat upon ...

VARIETIES

... the 12th ult. tells the following thrilling tale : Last fall a woman residing in the vicinity of Worcester was picking blackberries in a field near hr house, having with her her nnlv child, bright-eyed little fellow less than a year old. The babe sat ...

Published: Friday 02 January 1857
Newspaper: Shrewsbury Chronicle
County: Shropshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 929 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

PETTY RIRBIOKB—WEDNESDAY

... street for some time was impassable. In the melee every imaginable weapon was brought into use ; broken were plentiful as blackberries. When was nearly over a solitary policeman was seen attempting clear the street. OSWESTRY. Match,— On Friday last a match ...

Published: Friday 31 July 1857
Newspaper: Shrewsbury Chronicle
County: Shropshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 701 | Page: 5 | Tags: none

THE WELLINGTON MoMMKNT

... of Vauban. not a work winch should make Englishmen tremble for the | future. France may construct forts as plentiful as blackberries along its coasts; but there is great truth in some familiar lines about Britannia needing no bulwarks, and towers along ...

Published: Friday 30 July 1858
Newspaper: Shrewsbury Chronicle
County: Shropshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1832 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

SUPPLEMENT TO THE SHREWSBURY CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1858

... animals fetched long prices; but inferior ones had dnll sale. Sucking colts remarkably well. Pigs, usual, were as plentiful blackberries in autumn,” and wore very low. In the evening there was large influx of holiday people from the surrounding districts, ...

Published: Friday 24 September 1858
Newspaper: Shrewsbury Chronicle
County: Shropshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 7050 | Page: 8 | Tags: none