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“GO-AHEAD” SCHEMES

... launched, and the subscriptions on the Hrst day amounted to nearly twice as much as wanted. Premiums are becoming plentiful as blackberries. An Alliance Bank of iiondon and Liverpo**!” is organised, and scuds like a meteor across the financial firmament, arresting ...

Published: Saturday 12 April 1862
Newspaper: Wellington Journal
County: Shropshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 289 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

GOVERNMENT INSPECTORS OF COAL MINES

... highly coloured those on the English plant. It bean berry, which the children there are as fond those in England are of blackberries, and of which the settlers make very good jam. Between this tree and ourselves the cattle had taken their position, rad ...

Published: Saturday 19 April 1862
Newspaper: Wellington Journal
County: Shropshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 724 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

SAWLET. Wedding Festivities at West Harptree.— The raArriage of Mies Sophia Moore, only daughter of the Rev. ..

... nearly eleven years old. I live in the same house as Jane Crowder. I was not in when the baby was taken ill, was getting blackberries. When came in heard the baby scream, and I went up stairs and asked its mother what was the matter with the child. She ...

Published: Saturday 19 September 1863
Newspaper: Wellington Journal
County: Shropshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 2167 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

fifties

... dehulin* wiety has under considera'ioo the question, I. wrong* chest lawye. The is expected to jj. ** not impoaeible.*’ [ Blackberry picnic parties bare been eery fashionable this season. The young Udie* went to pick berries, and the young gentlemen pick ...

Published: Saturday 14 November 1863
Newspaper: Wellington Journal
County: Shropshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 829 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

THE GREAT FIRE IN WOOD-STREET

... ON receipt of six postage stamps with stamped addressed envelope. a lady will send a RECIPE which la certain death to blackberries and cockroaches, TIMM; any rink to hou4ebold pets. Address Yrs. Stoma. 14 4 lisad-soart, Leadvs. ...

TRIADS OF PRISONERS

... Somerset. the last day the old year youth called Nelder, of this town, picked very fine bunch ripe blackberries Exeter Hill; and on New Year’s Dav several blackberries and fine bnnch of ripe ones were also found in the hedge-rows near the Ottery Road Station ...

EDDOWES’S SHREWSBURY JOURNAL WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 4, 1865

... has, after flowering, a clammy ball of spines, which in •reds cling different objects, and arc dispersed far act vide. Tbe blackberry, strawberry,(and moat of the fruin both our woodlands and cultivated grounds belong aha to il Hi nth Howwwivw.—Marble.—All ...

NOTICE

... that now stands in the way of complete and amicable settlement of this long-vexed question. No doubt reasuDa, plentiful as blackberries, can be adduced both in favour of, and against levying tolls ; but the right can only be on one side, and as this is eminently ...

CARDIGANSHIRE

... as the “dictation of the Carlton Club,” the “extravagant fanaticism of ecclesiastical enthusiasts” are as plentiful as blackberries in autumn. All this, of course, shows pretty plainly how severe blow the Liberal cause has sustained. The Government feels ...

EDDOWES’S SHREWSBURY JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 23, 1868

... were found lying close it. She was yet sliv®» hut quite insemihlc, and must have bled a good u. al her pocket were some blackberries, two oniom, and *'• in silver and copper, but nothing to ad to her identity* She was fetch, d out on a and brought the ...

BRIDGNORTH RIFLE CORPS

... Leicester Infirmary, where she died soon after, without having re- covered consoiousness. In her pockets were found some blackberries, with two shillings and eightpenoe, but nothing whatever which would serve to identify her. It has not been discovered ...