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... Blaceberne, who obtained conviction against Daniel O'Connell for violating the law of the land. If reasons were plenty blackberries, we would not assign another prove why Daniel hates Mr. Brewster. ...

•.,1 ( (, which are now brought home to themselves. Sadfrioe* emhittercd by such grievous self-reproaches, the ..

... fund this cudevant Papist be paid for reviling and calumniating the creed of his parents ; but notes are now as plenty blackberries amongst the itinerant gentry, doubt Murtagb will find little difficulty in obtaining the reward of bis puma labour*. Any ...

Published: Thursday 10 December 1835
Newspaper: Dublin Evening Post
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 408 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

THE PEERAGE,

... mind—is esteemed and valued. Were black berries as rare grapes they would as highly prized but make grapes as plenty as blackberries and they lose the prestige their favour. The Peerage will thus be undervalued. It will be rendered common by its frequency ...

Published: Monday 18 July 1831
Newspaper: Dublin Evening Mail
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 547 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

... uncommonly bine—come now, and answer this question. won’t—you 11 do nothing upon compulsion if reasons were as common blackberries you would not give us one hem, you naughty man you. Hut we know you are a close Hunks, and will give up the Lay Tithes ...

Published: Thursday 03 August 1837
Newspaper: Dublin Evening Post
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 570 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

TO THE EDITOR OF THE WARDER

... of the physician, and look for herbs at ho-re. We must give the use of Port wine, as a substitute can Ire had from Irish blackberries; and to be consistent, the advocates of this system must refuse sovereigns, inasmuch as they are manufactured in England ...

Published: Saturday 07 November 1840
Newspaper: Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 761 | Page: 5 | Tags: none

“ j4N IRISH PARTY.’'

... Chaplain Thash Gkego. We supposed that in a Grand Lodge in Ulater that Grand Maatera and Deputy Granda were as plenty as blackberries. It ia true we had heard nothing of them lately, except, indeed, the great achievement of Martyr Watson at the Hustings ...

Published: Saturday 03 January 1846
Newspaper: Dublin Evening Post
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 629 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

STATE PRUStCV IlU,\ IS KERRV !

... STATE PRUStCV IlU,\ IS KERRV ! Heaven preaerve us, but these arc awful times. State Prosecutions are plenty blackberries in August.— There ia nothing, from monster meeting down to •crap of old ballad, that ia not made the subject of Slate Prosecution ...

Published: Saturday 16 December 1843
Newspaper: Dublin Evening Post
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 565 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

LIVERPOOL CORN MA RXET—Y LLLLL ovr

... Destord and other villages In the county have deserted their stocking frames and betook themselves to the woods to gather blackberries, for which they find a ready market in Leicester, and realise more by this means than they can at their usual occupations ...

Published: Saturday 19 September 1846
Newspaper: Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 804 | Page: 8 | Tags: none

TH* FIRST B4BD :

... Abbeyfeale,on the borders of Kerry and Limerick. There Castle here called Purt Castle, and the ancient woods were famous for blackberries. MEETING OF PARLIAMENT. At the Privy Council, held on Tuesday, it was determined that Parliament should prorogued from ...

Published: Friday 26 December 1845
Newspaper: The Pilot
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 775 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

he wore a white hat; I thought I heard a slight noise the room in the night, which I attributed

... my knowing it. The constable, Dooley, here stated that he believed this witness to be one of the three persons he met in Blackberry-lane upon Sunday morning, but he could not swear to it. To Mr. Curran—l never saw the person I identified to-day until the ...

THE WEATHER,

... strawberries, quite ripe, have been gathered Stoke Hill, and other placer in tbe neighbourhood of Exeter. Cbristmaa-day blackberries in fine blossom, also some jnst set, green, red, and perfectly ripe, were gathered on Stoke Hill Mr. W. Grant and Mr. John ...

Published: Wednesday 03 January 1844
Newspaper: Dublin Evening Mail
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 590 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

bl* ANN There was a meeting of the pailshioners held in the ie*i»y room, lor purpose considering •hat] ought done

... Gibbs, who baa resigned the deputation of that county. —Rumour*,*'aaya our London corresoon dent, “are to>day as peaty blackberries at Michaelmas.* Lord Minto is to go to Russia as ambassador, or to Indi * gosernor-general, making way for Lord O’Mulgrare ...

Published: Tuesday 04 July 1837
Newspaper: Saunders's News-Letter
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 670 | Page: 2 | Tags: none