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.. Amphitheatre Royal, peter-street. EXTRAORDINARY NdVELTY. THIS Monday, 6, lb©l, their Majefty’s Servants will ..

... this the Mufical Farce THE FARMER. Valentine Mr.Lir.dfay, Farmer Blackberry. Mr.CTc. Jemmy Jumps Mr. Stewart, Mr. Johnfon, fellor Flummery Mr. Davis, Louifa Mrs. Courtney, Betty Blackberry Griffiths, MoUy Maybuih Mi.s Davidf° Tickets had Mr. Nixon, 16 ...

Published: Monday 06 December 1802
Newspaper: Saunders's News-Letter
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 816 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

THE SUPPOSED MURDER AT CLASSON &- BRIDGE. The inquest in this very mysterious esse was resumed yesterday. The ..

... telling a policeman, after he went away, his description, and the policeman said lie would swear that was one the men he met Blackberry-lane at o’clock Sunday morning, this was about three-quarters of hour af.er the young «a 35 was then called, and Brennan ...

Published: Friday 23 December 1842
Newspaper: Dublin Morning Register
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 1655 | Page: 1 | Tags: none

NORTH DUBLIN UNION

... to the Rev. Radcliffe, of Warleigh, Devon, for firing at and wounding a girl of years old, Maria Hicks, who was plucking blackberries ! Distemper among Canaries.— of the canary fanciers of this neighbourhood have lost their most valuable birds during the ...

GREAT REPEAL MEETING IN SAOGARD

... Father Mathew (loud cheers). heard that Sag gard blackberries were so plenty that you put them up into stacks ; and if such a fellow were amongst you now you have not in ail your stacks sufficient blackberries to pelt the fellow. Mr. Mooney in his excellent ...

Published: Tuesday 27 October 1840
Newspaper: Dublin Morning Register
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 2746 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

CORONER'S INQUEST AT CLASSON'S-BRIDGE

... at it accurately, said ti thathle would positivelyliwearit was the coat in which Lynch ti was dressed whlen he met him in Blackberry-lane ; he knew o it by the colour, length, and collar. Tr A Juror-I see nothing extraordlinary in the collar. o Another ...

THE MURDER AT CLASSON'S-BRIDGE

... who relieved me that took hin out of the kiln; I don't know that the deceased is the single young man whom I Met with in Blackberry-lane; I 'Wll not swear 1 have heard that bad characters usedto fre- quent the line kiln;, I was ill the kiln on Sunday about ...

MONDAY, 16.—£30

... TUESDAY, RSO. Mr. A. Irwin’s h. Mariner, 4-yrs. old i Dr. Elliott’s h. nr. Kitty, 5 yrs.' old 2 Mr. Duke’s b. m. Betty Blackberry, 3 W Y, 18— £50. C*pt. Ormfby’s Ht'rfc Eufton, yrs. old 1 Major Soutcr’s b. h. Acaftus, 4 o'J- Mr. Loftus Jones’? b. in ...

Published: Tuesday 24 October 1809
Newspaper: Dublin Evening Post
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 271 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

MORE DESERTION'

... then say did ever Viceroy meet with such a reception as the Marquis of Normanby. Addresses were as plenty as blackberries, and like blackberries after Michaelmas Day, not very nice to touch, though mawkishly sweet to the taste. The most remark*; hie thing ...

Published: Monday 03 September 1838
Newspaper: Dublin Evening Mail
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 5287 | Page: 2, 3 | Tags: none

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE

... signs of the ?? Widnsts. BLACKBERBR Syaupa.-Teb following is the recipe fcr 'making the famous blackberry syrup, a reiaedY for bowel ?? two quarts of blackberry jolce, add half an ounce each of powdered nutmeg, 6i0aIoBo I and allspice, aend a qearter of ...

THIS DAV

... ought to be charged, when he said he could swear that was one of the men he saw on Sunday morning, about four o'clock, in Blackberry-lane. The policeman was here called, and identified by the witness the policeman ho had said so. Mr. Lynch was also introduced ...

FASHION ASD TABLE-TALK

... car, but saw nothing except a little straw; I met three men very respectable appearance between three and fmiroclock in Blackberry-lane; they were going towards Dublin by way Rathmines; they had nothing in their hands , I looked very sharp at them, and ...

Published: Wednesday 21 December 1842
Newspaper: Dublin Morning Register
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 2505 | Page: 2 | Tags: none